THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Vol. 7. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, November 1st, 1898. : m. 7.
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CAROLINA 11.0AK RIDGEO
Carolina Plays a Slow and Uninter
estlng Game Against Oak Ridge.
The game with Oak Ridge was les Oak Ridge getting it.
played here on Saturday afternoon, makes 1 yard
Oak Ridge kicks off 33 yards to
Gregory who advances it o yards
being thrown back by Taylor
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v. raves maKes 4 varus, watson
makes 2 yards. Howell makes
yards. Howell on next rush fumty
g it. Bennet
Herbert 1 yard
It had been raining all day and the Bennett makes 4 yards throug
field was left in a very, muddy con- center. Herbert loses 3 yards being
thrown hard on the muddy ground
Taylor loses 1 yard. Bennett on
No doubt this
fnr f hi mallnn nf double pass fails to gain. Ball goes
over to Carolina. Howell makes
2-1 yards. Watson makes 4 yards
Graves makes 3 yards. Graves
2 yards. Watson mikes 10 yards
Howell loses yard. Graves niak
es 2 vards. Graves kicks 30 vards
owing to the inability of the play
ers getting1 a foothold on starting
The game was very disappointing
to the student body and if we ex
nect to win the games that are to
he nlaved in the next few weeks
Carolina will certainly have to im- and Bennett brings it back 10 yards
r p for Oak Ridge. Morris is thrown
Special features are few. Rogers back 3 vards bJ Miller- Morris
made a beautiful run at the begin- makcs 3i 'ards- Bennett works a
nimr of the 12-ame which brought trick on the 'Varsity -and kicks
forth loud applause from the spec- through the line 10 yards where it
tators. Gregory made some beau
tiful tackles and Bennett played
well in the line.
For Oak Ridge. Bennett at full-
hack nlavetl a beautirui rame. ms
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line bucking was splendid and he
seldom tailed to Lrain tnrougn tne
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is i alien on oy Ki raves, watson
make 4 A yards. Carolina makes
Time up. Ball on Oak Ridg-e's
22 yard line.
Martin takes Roger's place at
Quarter. Howell kicks off for Car
olina 45 yards. Bennett catches
and advances 15 yards for Oak Ridge
being tackled by Gregory
Herbert makes two yards and
then 2 more. Bennett makes 4.yds
Bennett makes 2 yards. Morris
fails to gain. Taylor on the next
rush is thrown bach by Bennett 5
yards. Bennett makes 3 yards
Bennett fails to make the required
yards and the ball goes to Carolina.
Watson makes 8 yards. Howell
makes A yards. Coxe takes Wat-
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F. B. Bennett(Capt makes 5 yards. Howell makes S
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Subs, for Oak Ridge. Anderson, O'Berry yew u?. uuvvcu. uicwvi-o -r3 yciius.
and McArthur. Touchdowns. Graves 1, Graves makes A yards. Howell
Rogers l. Goals. Graves l. Officials makes 2 yards. Carolina fumbles
Referee Dr. Baskerville. Umpire Mr. Ste- losing 1 yard by it. Howell fails
phen. Linesman Gruver and Land. inne to gain required distance ana ball
Keepers Lawsou and Woodard. g-oes over to Oak Ridg"e. Morris
Oak Ridge wins toss and chooses makes 1 yards. Bennett make
kick off. Carolina defending west yard. Uennett makes o yards.
p-0al. Morris makes 3 yards. Herbert
Oak Ridge kicks off 35 yards to makes 2 yards
line. Phifer at right guard also
Two fifteen minute halves were
The line up was as follows:
U. N. C. O. Ridge.
Kluttz R. E. Taylor
. Bennett R. T. Brown
Phifer R. G. Phifer
Mclvcr C. Kirkpatrick
Miller L. G. Homer
Shull L. T. Joyner
Gregory L. E. Ricks
Rogers (Capt) ij. B. West
Watson R. H. B. Herbert
Howell L. II. B. Morris
Bennett makes 2
ball goes over to Carolina. Howell Georgia played an unusually snap-
makes 3 yards. Coxe fumbles aud py g-ame.
loses 2 yards. Martin kicks and Jones, Georgia's full-back,- was
Herbert gets ball for Oak Ridge, much complimented for his splendid
Morris makes 5 yards. Morris punting. The ball 'was passed to
makes 3 yards. Bennett makes 4 him directly from the centre. He
yards. Herbert makes ' 2 yards, used the side step and gave the ball
Time lip. Ball in Oak Ridge's a spinning- motion opposite in dis
possession on Carolina's 50 yard tion to the famous Jack Belden cork-
line, screws. This motion was attained
by striking the ball with the inner
Assistant Coach Nalle stated t.o-
nig-ht that Jones punted eighteen
times and averaged 43 yards.
; Georgia 4 -Vaudcrbiit 0.
Special to the Tar Heel
Saturday, Oct. 30th, ,()8
The result of the game this after
noon between Vanderbilt University
and the University of Georgia was
a genuine surprise for the Georgia
constituency. The Vanderbilt men
were g-iving1 heavy odds and caused
the Georg'ia team to go into the game
Vanderbilt kicked off and sent the
ball spinning- over the line square
between the goal posts. The pig-
skin was brought to the 25 yard
line and by repeated end runs Geor
gia worked the ball to within 30
vards of Vanderbilt's groal. Here
Jones, the Georgia full-back, failed
n attempt to score five points from
a drop-kick. The Georg-ia line did
not hold well and the kick was
By small gains attained by line
bucking, whirling- mass plays aud
andem formations Vanderbil t plac
ed the ball on Georgia's fifty yard
ine. Here it went over and Geor
gia punted high aud far. Vander
bilt's full-back fumbled and Georg-ia
recovered. Georgia signaled for
ler crack right half to take the ball
McCutcheon responded to the call
and with the assistance of beautiful
nterference he carried the pigskin
round left end for a touch down.
Georg-ia "rooters went wild and
didn't seem to mind Jones' failure
to kick the goal.
Mercer Colleg-e won the Georgia
Inter-Collegiate Oratorical contest
The first regular meeting of the
Historical Society was held in the
Chapel in the evening1 of Oct. 24.
Mr. II. M. London was elected
Secretary to succeed Mr. McCor-
Dr. Battle read a very interesting
paper by Mr. Donald Mclver on the
"Scotch Settlement o f the Cape
Fear". This paper tracing the
growth of the Colony from the Bat
tle of Culloden to the present time,
gave us an insight into the life of
a people who, remarkable for their
christian fortitude and integrity,
constitute the best element of citi
zenship in the Cape, Fear Section of
A paper on "Hatteras in '61"
showing1 the value of this point to
the Confederacy and describing- the
first Union Naval victory was read
by Mr. H. P. Harding.
Dr. Battle then entertained the
club for the remainder of the hour
with some amusing reminiscences
about the early teachers of what
are now "defunct schools".
Prof. Harrington entertained the
Vanderbilt rallied and by pound- Philogical Club Tuesday evening,
ng Georgia's line time and again Oct. 25, with a very interesting pa-
carried the ball to within 20 yards per on the "Letters of Lipsius."
f the coveted goal. On third down The characteristics ot Lipsius,
she tried a fake tandem play and the writer, as well as some very a-
Rogers who catches and runs 90 yards. Graves in the next rush is sent Corlett round right end, but muring- p-'culi antics of the man
yards through whole field for a hurt and Buxton goes in at b ull back
tmiH-i flnwr. Graves kicks au easv Herbert makes 3 yards. Herbert
ft-r.ni 2 vards. Bennett makes 1 vard
Score Carolina 6. Oak Ridg-e 0. Herbert makes U yards. Oal
Oak Ridg-e kicks 32 yards to Ridge fumbles and Shull gets it
Orprmrv who ndvnnces the ball 10 Howell fails to gain. Carolina
yards. Howell makes 10 yards, misses signal ana loses j yas by it.
Wn tcni-i mnWrc 8 vards. Graves Martin kicks. Ball goes out of
makes two yards. Howell makes .8 bounds and Oak Ridg-e gets ball,
yards. Howell makes 5 yards. Taylor thrown back 5 yards by
Howell makes 11 yards. Watson Bennett. Herbert makes 4 yards.
makes 2 yards then 4 more. How- Bennett fails to g-aiu. and ball goes
ell makes 14 yards. Watson on over to Carolina. Coxe makes 2
(next rush fails to gain. Howell yards. Coxe tails to gain. Martin
makes 5 yards. Watson 4. yatds. kicks and Miller falls on it. Ball
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iGraves makes b yards, u raves lumoieu anu onuu gei,s u. u,ui
f makes 4 yards. Carolina here fum- again tumbled and Carolina loses 6
"hies but regains ball. Graves then yards by it. Martin kicks and
goes through line lor a toucn uovvn nenneu gets uj.u iui watt xxiuge
and advances it 25 yards being tack
led hard by Gregory. Morris
.being helped finely by Phifer.
Time 2 minutes.
4 Graves misses goal, makes 2 yards. Herbert makes 1J
1 Score: Carolina 11, Oak Ridge 0. yards. Bennett fails to gain and
for an untimely fumble Corlett were well brought out in the piper .
would certainly have scored. This A very old volume of his published
was her only chance. letters were presented and examin-
Vamlerbilt had evidently depend- ed with good deal of interest by the
ed too much on gaining ground members of the Club.
QUn funrl Clort--1 Printers lv Prof. Tov and Dr.
gia's line especially strong on de- Lins:ott were on the programme,
fensive work and it was late in the but were postponed until the next
oame when she discovered her abil- meeting as these gentlemen were
ity to make headway round right unavoidably absent.
(jreonna Had tne ngnter but rast-i
cr team and won the game by beau
tiful punts coupled with the work
of fast ends. McCutcheon her
right half in offensive work and end
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in aetensive was ueciueuiy ine
Vanderbilt was crippled by the
necessity of playing her sub-halfbacks,
and more especially by the
abscence of Phil. Conncll at full.
Vanderbilt lacked ginger, while
Saturday's Football Scores
10 West Point 0
11 Carlisle Indians 5
23 U. of Chicago 11
23 Brown 0
6 Oberlin 0
24 Trinity 0
23 Dartmouth 5 '
11. S. Naval Acad. 18 LaFayette 0
V. M. I. 1 Richmond Col. 0
U. of Va. 47 Columbian 0
U,ofGa. 4 Vanderbilt 0
U. of Penn.