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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Vol.7, , UNIVERSITY OF KORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, November 16th, 1898. ; jq. 9.
MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA.
Georgia Suffers a Crushing Defeat in Macon. Score,
Northern Rules, Carolina 53, Georgia 0. S. I. A. A.
Rules, Carolina 44, Georgia 0.
GAME A SURPRISE TO BOTH TEAMS.
Carolina's Interference Faultless. Terrible Rushing of Her Backs,
Long Gains. Sensational Run by Howell- Superb De
fensive Play. Magnificent Offensive Work.
.The. game in Macon last Satur
day was a thorough surprise to all
While confident of winning by a de
cisive score, yet Carolina's most sau
guine hopes anticipated no such glo
tnrvas her yaliant sons
won for her. Their dash and vim
fairly took away the Georgians
breath. They had never before seen
such foot ball. Trotting out on the
field full of confidence, it was a rude
shock to them when, they dashed
their beads against what seemed an
invincible line. Then when the
terrible, short and quick rushes of
Carolina's backs carried the ball
over the goal line after only a few
minutes of play the Georgian's
stood fairly stunned. Never during
the entire contest did they have the
slightest hopes of winning.
There were no stars for Carolina.
The team worked so like a clock
that to choose anyone man from the
midst would break up ' the entire
plays. Twenty, thirty and even
forty yards at a rush were common,
so much so that Howell seemed to
be doing nothing more - than he
ought to do when he made that
brilliant 55 yard dash for a touch
down. Carolina on her defensive
was perfect so much so that ou her
every third down Georgia was com
pelled to kick. The men stuck to
gether so fast that Georgia's backs
could find no holes through which
to carry the pigskin. As for her
offensive play the fact that Caroli
na was not held for three downs at
anytime during the game speaks
louder than words.
A good crowd was out to witness
the contest. The day was perfect
and by the Carolina constituency
was thoroughly enjoyed.
Officials Umpire Connell (Vander
bilt). Referee. Taylor (Yale Time
keepers Killerin and Harold. Touch
down, Gregory 1, Graves 2, Cope
land 2, Howell 3, Buxton, 1.
Goals, Gregory 8. Time 30 and
Georgia kicks off to Carolina.
Jones kicks to Copeland who advan
ces 15 yards, McRae 3 yards and
Copeland 4. Bennett 3 yards, Mc
Rae 4 yards, Graves 3 yards and
Shull 1. Carolina advances .with
out loss while the crowd of N, C.
rooters are wild with enthusiasm.
McRae gains 15 yards and Shull
carries the ball over the line but
j fumbles and Gregory falls on it
scoring a touchdown.
Gregory kicks goal. N.C. 5 Ga.
0. Graves kicks to Mcintosh who
fumbles and then makes 2 yards
and then 1 vard. Jones kicks to
Rogers who advances 10 yards, Mc
Rae gains 5 yards and Rogers 20
yards. Copeland 'skirts right end
for 30 vards, Bennett makes 15
yards, and Graves hits the line for
5 yards. McRae and Shull then car
ries the ball to within one foot of
Georgia's goal line and Graves
goes over for a touchdown.
Gregory kicks goal. Score, N.C.
10, Ga. 6.
Time for second touchdown 5
Graves kicks to Heidt who advan
ces 10 yards, Jones makes 3 and
Heidt tries line for no gain. Jones
kicks to Graves who is downed in
his tracks. Graves kicks 30 yards
and Carolina recovers the ball.
Shull gains 12 yards, Graves 1, and
McRae 10, then 5 and Shull gains
10 yards. Rogers makes a 30 yard
run and Copeland goes over for a
touch down. Gregory kicks goal.
Score N. C. 15 Ga. 0.
Time 4 minutes and 39 seconds.
Jones kicks to Rogers who advan
ces '10 yards. Carolina makes re
peated gains from 6 to 15 yards at
each rush. Then Rogers makes 1
yard. Shull 20, Bennett 3. and then
McRae hits the line for the first and
only time Carolina fails to gain.
Ball is on Georgia's 15 yard line.
Graves goes through the line for 8
yards, Copeland for 6 and Shull
takes ball to within one foot of goal
line. Copeland goes over for a
Gregory kicks goal.
Score. N. C. 20. Ga. 0.
Time 3 minutes and 14 seconds.
Georgia kicks to Shull who ad
vances 5 yards, Copeland skirts end
for 10 yards, Graves hits line for
3 yards and Rogers loses 10, Mc
Rae gains 10 yards and Graves
kicks 30 to Mcintosh who is down
ed in his tracks. Time is called for
first half. Score Carolina 20. Ga.
0. by S. L A. A. rules. By North,
ern rules Carolina 24. Georgia 0.
The Northern rules can't help
Georgia's score any.
Two of Georgia's fairest daugh
ters are Carolina's sponsors. . Atthe
end of til i fiirst half they sent the
following telegram to the boys at
Chapel Hill, "They are great."
.Howell takes McRae's place at
R. H. B. and kicks to Jones who
advances 15 yards aud is downed
byKluttz. On next rush Bennett
and Copeland dash through Geor
gia's line and tackle the half back
for a loss of ten yards. Jones kicks
to Rogers who makes an open field
run for 40 yards. Copeland gains
7 yads, Graves 3 and 3 again, then
Howell skirts end for 17 yards.
Bennett carries ball t one foot of
goal line and Copeland loses 2 yard
but Graves on next rush makes a
touch down. Gregorv kicks goal
Score N. C. 25. Ga. 0. .
Time 3 minutes and 8 seconds.
Howell kicks to Ritchie who ad
vances 3 yards. Georgia then mak
es three rushes for a yard each
time. Uaroluia s ball on downs
Howell gains 30 yards, Copeland 5
md Graves 3. Copeland is tired of
running down the field so much and
Buxton releives him. By repeated
rushes Carolina puts the ball on
Georgia's one yard line, and How
ell carries it over for a touch down.
Gregory kicks goal. N
Score N. C. 30. Ga' 0.
Time 5 minutes and 5 seconds.
Georgia kicks to Shull who ad
vances 10 "yards. Buxton gains 6
yards and Rogers 15. Howell
makes 20 and 15 yards around the
end. Then again for 12 yards.
Buxton gains 5 and Rogers 10 and is
downed by a pretty tackle by Jones.
Rushes by Howell, Shull and Gra-
es net yards. Howell makes 4
ards, and Buxton in two rushes
carries the ball 12 yards nearer the
Georgian's goal and Howell takes
the remaining distance. Gregory
misses a very difficult goal.
Score N. C. 34. Ga. 0,
Time 7 minutes and 10 seconds.
Jones kicks to Howell who re
turns. the kick ball going out of
bounds and Carolina regains it.
Howell skirts end for 30 yards and
Buxton makes 3, Rogers 10. How
ell 17, Grayes 3 and Buxton makes
still another touch down. Greg
ory kicks goal.
Score N. C. 39. Ga. 0.
Time 8 minutes and 3 seconds,
Georgia kicks off to Carolina.
Martin takes Roger's place at quart
er. Carolina carries the ball to the
middle of the field where Howell
takes it on a beautiful run the re
maining 55 yards for a touch down,
Gregory kicks another goal.
Score. N. C. 4t. Ga. 0.
Time 1 minute and 35 seconds.
Shull is tired and Mclver takes
Final score by S. I. A. A. rules
Carolina 44. Ga. 0. By Northern
rules Carolina 53. Ga 0.
By the S. I. A. A. rules a touch
down counts 4 and a goal 1. By
the Northern rules a touch down
counts 5 and goal 1. It was a
great game for Carolina. From
start to finish she clearly out class
ed her opponents at every point.
.U. N. C. Ga.
Kluttz R. E. Dubingaon
Bennett R. T. Walden
Phifer R. G. Undscy
Cunningham C. Shannon
Croniartie L. G. Thrasher
Shull( Miller) L,. T. Ritchie
Gregory L. E. McCutchon
Roffers(Martin) ' Q. B. Huff
Copeland, Buxton, R. H. B. Jones
McRae(IIowell)L. II. B. Mcintosh
Graves F. B. Heidt
The following scores have been
made against Georgia:
N. C. 16.
N. C. 53.
EHsha Mitchell Scientific Society.
At 7;00 P. M. last Tuesday even
ing the 118th. meeting of the Kliahs
Mitchell Scientific Society was cal
led to order by the President in the
Chemical Lecture room. In spite
of the intense excitement over the
election returns a large and apprec
iative audience was present. T h e
first paper of the evening was read
by Dr Tuos. Clarke on "The
Chemistry and Physics of Taste and
Smell." He showed that this sub
ject of taste had not been experi
mented on till quite recently. He
gave a synopsis of two recent pa
pers giving tests with acids, alkal-
, . ... i . . f .1 :i
es, etc.,, 11 viniUi ai;:n uu-
ution on the taste of 15 healthy
people. Any body to be tasted must
be soluble. He showed that metals
f perfectly clean do not give an
odor, but do if handled or rubbed
with certain chemicals. The paper
was interesting and much enjoyed.
.Dr. Wilson then read a paper on
'Conant on the Cum homed usae."
Cumbomedusae are very rare, a
evv being found near Beaufort N.C.
Johns Hopkins sent an expedition to
Jamaica where the Cumbomedusae
are found near the surface. They
are found elsewhere on the bottom.
Conant of the party contracted fev
er from which he died. In his thesis
Jones kicks to Graves who f urn- for a degree from Johns Hopkins he
gives a discription or tiie common
Medusa. Cumbomedusae are not
like the common adult Medusa, but
like the younger one as to stomach.
They differ from all other jelly fish,
having different nervous systems.
The eyes are more developed than
the others and look inside.
There being no other business be
fore the society the President de
clared it adjourned.
bles and then advances 4 yards.
On fumble between Martin and
Buxton Georgia captures the ball
and tries twice to drop it over the
goal but fails. Martin captures
the ball. By repeated rushes and a
run of 30 yards by Howell, Caro
lina frees her goal from danger.
Graves punts 32 yards and time is
called with ball in, the center of the