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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Vol.9. UNIVERSITY OF NOKi'Il CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, Member 14,1900. NO, 8
A Good Game in Knoxville. Score
Was 22 to 5-
Iii Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 1st.
our boys met and defeated th
TTniversitv of Tennessee footbal
eleven by the score of 22 to 5.
rnmmentinf?- on the trame th
"Journal and Tribune" says:
"Carolina's interference was th
most inpenetrable ever seen on th
m local field, and old time footbal
f I men who have seen the best team
in the country, say they never saw
it excelled. Time after time th
interference whipped around be
tween end and tackle, boxing- th
ends out. into the field; while th
Tennessee backs flung- themselve
desperately in to stop the breach
II sometimes to be met with a rush o
Tar Heels in which it seemed the
,.t1i1 Oai-nlitia tpa m was inter
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Log-an kicked goal from the field
in the first half, making the Uni
versity score. Hamilton, Logan
Newman, Knappe, Jarnagin, Hollo
f peter, French and Schenck deserve
i . . . r j i i i.
I I special mention ior tne goou woi k
they did for Tennessee.
McRae, Bennett, Donnelly,
Berkely, and Makely did especially
well for Carolina, but every man
on the team played safely.
Tennessee kicked off and Caroli
na fumbled until Sharp got the
ball on Carolina's 20 yard line
Tennessee struck Carolina's line
twice without success and lost the
ball on downs. Carolina took the
ball and through a series of quick
end plays with their good inter
ference, gained twenty yards to
Tennesee's right, five yards to left,
through right tackle for a gain,
and in eigfht minutes sent McRae
around right end for a touchdown.
Brem fails to kick goal.
Score 5 to 0.
Tennessee kicks off, Sharp tac
kles at 25 yard line. Hamilton
goes through interference in next
'll nlav and tackles behind Carolina's
line. Carolina fumbles and Jarna
gin gets ball in the next play.
Newman for Tennessee goes
through the line for a gain. Ham
ilton repeats it. West attempts to
go around Carolina's right end and
is tackled behind the line. New
man attempts to kick, but is
blocked by Bennett who goes past
Longmire, and after blocking the
ball so as ,to fall behind Newman,
caught it on a bounce and was off
for a touchdown with a clear field.
Brem kicks goal.
Score M to 0.
Newman ag-ain kicked off to Car
olina's 20 yard line and held in re
turn atithe 25 yard line. Carolina
was held for two plays and kicked
on the third. Log-an promptly re
turned with a kick to the 25 yard
line. Tennesse ag-ain held. Caroli
na kicked. Log-an did not get to
return but was tackled and held at
the 50 yard line. The ball went
into play when Logan kicked it
back to the 25 yard line, just at the
close of the first half.
Tennessee kicked off to Caroli
na's 20 yard line. The ball was
returned 20 yard., and put into fast
play, with stead)' gains by Caroli
na. McRae found a hole between
left guard and tackle and plung-ed
through, shook off all tackles, and
went down the field for a touch
Brem fails.to kick g-oal.
Score 16 to 0.
When the game got under way
ag-ain, lennessee got tne ball ana
feteadily plung-ed ' into Carolina'
line for pains. Newman, Hamil
ton, Hollopeter and Long-mire took
the ball and trained. At the fifteen
yard line Logan kicked for g-oa
from the field and got it.
1 Score N. C. 16, Tenn. 5.
Tennessee's first play after Car
olina's kick-off made a big- p-ain
through Carol'na's centre, but in
some way the ball was fumbled ana
. . ft r t
Carolina rt it. McKae was suc
ceeded by Ebbs at right half
Carolina next fumbled. Tennessee
kicked. Carolina, after g-aining-
on two or three plays, sent Donnelly
between University's left tackle
and end for a touchdown.
Brem kicked g-oal.
Score N. C. 22 Tenn. 5.
The last ha'f finished with ball
near centre of field.
Following is the line-up of the
Jarnagin C. Council
French R.G. Brem
Knappe L.G. Rankin
Lfong-mire R.T. Bennett
Newman L,.T. Foust
Sharpe R.E. Osborne (Capt.)
Schenck I.E. Smathers
Hollopeter- R.H. McRae & Ebbs
West L,.II. Berkely
Logan Q.B. Makely
Hamilton F.B. Donnelly.
Umpire Thompson McClung
Referee Howard Ijatns
To the Freshman.
The following: bv a student is
published with pleasure:
When across the campus
For you the Sophs come,
No matter their motive
There's no place like home.
When safe from the Soph'more
You keep yourself there,
You rather prefer it,
To being- elsewhere.
Home, home! sweet, sweet home.
When off from the campus.
There's no place like home.
But if they have caught you,
With'chills do you shake
And- wonder how long-
The blacking- will take;
Anticipation is dreadful,
The deed itself worse,
And when all is over
You run home to curse.
Home, home! sweet, sweet home.
Stay 'way from the campus!
There's no place like horn a.
Carolina 43 Vanderbilt 0. atumtJts j,unt hut Carolhla
diocks. Carolina tails on the
Berkeley makes 1, and works a
trick play for 8 more. Vanderbilt
line kills two bucks. Ball given to,
McRae who fumbles when somer
saulted by Barbee. Berkeley
secures it and makes a touchdown.
Gravis kicks goal.
Vanderbilt kicks off and Carolina
returns 8 yards. Graves kicks and
Carolina gets ball on Webb's
fumble. Trick play loses 3 yds.
Tackle tried but loses. Carolina
punts. Buck gains yd. Edgerton
tries fake but gains only . Ball
g-iven to Webb to kick, but he loses
it to Graves who makes a touch
down. Graves kicks goal.
Webb kicks off and Barbee gets
Carolina on a 10 yd. return. Graves
kicks. Webb fumbles, but Barbee
recovers for Vanderbilt. Webb at
tempts punt but fumbles. Caro-
Tries again but Bar
McRae goes through:
The "Nashville American" and
"Vanderbilt Hustler" tell of the!
On Saturday, the 3rd of the
month, Vanderbilt University team
lowered their colors to the Tar
Heel boys. The Nashville Ameri
can telling-of Vanderbilt's victory
over Carolina three years ag-o says:
"48 to 0 that was the bitter pil
of revenge which Carolina forced
down the throats of the Vanderbilt
boys. The hope of defeating the
jrold and the black stimulated them
4 . t Mi,,
to work with tne result tnat one
of the best teams ever, turned
out by a southern college sports
the white and blue colors of th
University of North Carolina
They went into the game yesterday
with the spirit of the lion that has
his prey covered. The visitors
were conscious of their streng-th
They went into the g-ame with
jump and never let up till time was
called. The visitors played onto
the strongest g-ames of foot bal
it i j it
tnat nas oeen witnessed uere in
some time. They were always in
the game and had their knowledg-e
box with them. Fumbles were
rare ana mispiays seldom. 1 heir
play was like clock-work in its reg
ularity and perfection." The
Vanderbilt Hustler, says, "North
Carolina has -a -well balanced, well
developed team. The strong-est
point in the line is the tackles.
The team seems to build up around
Bennett, the big- tackle who was
always called behind the line when
gains were needed. Osborne and
McRae did g-ood work and Graves
punted well and kicked goals with
furnishes the following- detailed re
port of the game:
Webb kicks off for Vanderbilt at
3:13. Bennett is somersaulted by
Simmon's hard tackle. Simmons is
taken out and Overton is put in at
quarter. Carolina gets away for a
20 yd. run before being downed by
Webb. Carolina bucks the line for
4 yards. Tries another to no avail.
Makes 3 on next play, and again
ciTArsi I ro II iti ttirM Y&r Mi it r-
covered and 3 more added. Per
keley gets 12. Graves tries line
three times for 9 yds. Carolina
fumbles but recovers. Berkeley
gets it. Buck nets 3. McRae kill
ed on the line. Berkeley makes 2
Buck fails. Vanderbilt's ball.
Davis gets yd. Barbee makes 4.
Edg-erton punts over his head sky
ward. Berkeley falls on ball be
hind goal line. Graves kicks e-oal.
Webb kicks off and Carolina re
turns 5 yds. McRae gets 1, tries
tackle for 5, and bucks line for 4.
Berkeley adds 8. Osborne tries
end, ' dodges Webb and makes a 60
yd. run for a touchdown. Graves
Webb kicks off and ball is return
ed 3 yds, Graves punts. Ball fum
bled repeatedly, but finally ends in
Vanderbilt's hands. Line buck re
sults in 1 yd. Edg-erton gets 2.
iina bucks 3
bee spoils it.
tackle for a
Webb kicks off and Bennett re
turns 3 before he is tackled hard
and loses the ball. Carolina gets
ball and kicks on next play. Webb
fumbles, but Vanderbilt gets ball
Davis tries in vain. Webb kicks.
Makeley -eturns 10yds. and fumbles
when tackled. Vanderbilt's ball.
Edgerton tries end for 8.
Time of first half called. Score
30 to 0.
Graves kicks off and McLean re
turns 10 yds. b irst play results
in no gain. McLean gets 4. Davis
punts and Carolina returns 3 yds.
Carolina makes 3, and Berkeley
adds 4. Trick blocked by Edger-
ton. Berkeley tries tackle for 3,
and g-oes throug-h line again for a
touchdown. Graves kicks goal.
Divis kicks off and a return of
10 yds. is made. Graves kicks and
Carolina gets ball on a tumble.
Again kicks. Buck through Caro
lina's line for 4. Edgerton bucks
, T 1 ,1 I . 1 . 1
jn vain. ixotn dies on tne one.
Brem taken out and Phifer put in.
End run gives Carolina nothing.
Graves punts to McLean who re
turns 5 yds. Edg-erton loses on end
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run. iviCK tried out oiocneu.
Jenkins tried in vain. Edgerton
tried. Vanderbilt kicks. Caro
lina bucks twice for 8, and con-,
tinues to the tune of 4, 1, 4, 2.
Patterson hurt and Houston put in.
Carolina continues bucking process.
Booth hurt. End run nets 12.
Graves goes through for 4. Graves
umbles and Vanderbilt' makes a
tou hback. Vanderbilt kicks and
Carolina returns 3. Line buck
nets Carolina 2. Graves punts to
McLean who fails to make any re-
turn. Jl,dg-erton maKes iu. Over
ton fumbles and Carolina gets ball.
Berkeley makes touchdown. Graves
Davis kicks off over goal line and
Carolina makes a touchback.
Graves kicks to McLean who re
turns 4. Ball goes to Barbee on a
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