UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL N. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1909.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NOR CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
EVEN SPLIT WITH COLGATE
LAFAYETTE DROPS BOTH
FREH PLAY ASSURED I TRACK MEET TOMORROW
VISITORS DO NOT CONNECT WITH
STEWART, BUT BUCK ALSO
Carolina won from Colgate Thurs
day by a score of three to nothing-.
Colgate took Friday's, game to the
tune of four to one. Both games
were well played, but no spectecu
lar stunt were pulled off by either
The first game was taken by Ca
rolina with ease. Though Stewart
did not exert himself the visitors
touched him up for only four hits
and reached third base onlv once.
The 'Varsity showed up weak in
batting1. Though McGough seemed
to have nothing-at all only five safe
bingles were registered off his deliv
ery. As usual, Carolina's infielders
were there with the goods, taking
everything that came their way.
In the second game the mighty
f Buck was too much for Carolina.
I Only three hits were made off his
I delivery. He is by far the best
pitcher who has appeared on the lo-j
cal diamond this year. As a spit
ball artist he is a wonder.
Harry Hedgepeth, the burly
south-paw, made his debut as a
Carolina twirler. The big left
hander pitched a good game, andwith
a little more control should .'devwlnp
into a star slab artist. He kept
Colgate's hits well scattered except
in the sixth when three singles and
abase On balls netted the New
Yorkers three runs.
Hackney in center field and Dun
can on second did some fast fielding,
Carolina played an errorless game.
STEWART PITCHES HIS USUAL
GAME. AND HEDGEPETH
SHOWS UP WELL.
Carolina A.B. It. It. P.O. A. E.
Lyon rf 4 110 0 0
Hamilton (Capt.) 4 0 1 6 0 0
Moore c 4 0 1 7 2 0
Stewart p 4 0 0 3 2 0
Duncan 2b 4 0 0 :i 2-0
Winn ss , 3 0 1 111
Armstrong!) 4 1 0 1 0 0
Fountain If 2 10 0 0 0
Hackney cf 2 0 14 10
:;i 3 5 27 9 1
Coujatk A. 11. H. II. P.O. A. K.
Coster hh 4 0 0 2 6 0
Campbell If '4 0 1 2 (
Kwitzer (Cnpt.):!b 4 0 0 0 1 0
Leonard if :i 0 0 2 0 0
Cliapm.in 2b :! 0 1 :i 2 2
Kuck lb 3 0 0 11 1 1
Dobbin cf 4 0 0 0 0 1
HmgM e " 3 0 2 15 0 1
McOoiujh p 10 0 1 4 0
28 0 4 24 11 5
Summary: Earned runs. Caroli
na i. Struck ut. by Stewart. 7,
by McGoiU' li 1. Three base hits,
1 wo more scalps are dangling- in
Cheif Hamilton's wigwam, mak
ing a total of seven up to the time
of this writing.
Latayette went down in defeat
before Carolina Saturday by a score
of six to two. On Mondav the Tar
Heels ag-a in triumphed over the lads
from the Buckeye State, this time
by a score of five to nothing.
In the first game the 'Varsity
great improvement in batting, and
touched up Schneider, a pitcher of
no little ability, for eight singles
and a tvvo-bagg-er. Capt. Hamilton
secured two singles and Matthews
found Schneider for a single and
btewart pitched his usual good
game, striking out twelve batsmen
ami; allowing only lour hits. To
show that he had plenty of reserve
power he fanned four men in the
ninth inning, but one of them was
allowed to score on errors.
For Lafayette the features were
Edward s work at first base and
Kelley's two-base hits which scored
Edwards, giving Lafayette her only
The features of the second game
W Carolina were the pi telling- and
batting of Hedgepeth, the batting
and throwing to second 'of Moore.
and the fielding of Hackney. For
Lafayette H. DeMott's batting- was
Hedgepeth, the big left-hander
Fayetteville, was mighty near the
whole show. He allowed only three
safe hits and these came so far apart
that they did no damag-e. Out of
three times at bat he secured two
singles and a triple. His work was
of the gilt-edge variety.
All of Carolina's runs were earn
ed. In the first inning Duncan led
oh with a single. Winn w'is hit by
the pitcher. Moore fanned, and on
the third strike Duncan and Winn
worked a steal. Hamilton went
out second to first. Armstrong
singled scoring Duncan. Matthews
was out short to first.
In the fourth the 'Varsity bom
barded il wank hard and sent three
more runners across the plate.
I Lambeth was out second to first.
Hedgepeth singled. Duncan flew
out to left. Winn singled. Moore
drove a pretty triple to right scor
ing Hedgepeth and Winn. Hamil
ton singled scoring Moore. .Arm
strong was out second to first.
'THjOCTOR IN SPITE OF HIM-
SEr IS TO BE GIVEN A DOSE
HIS OWN MfcUlWinc.
success of the play is assur-
The students feel that this is
g-e affair of first magnitude.
are goiug and the Faculty
)d present as a wtioie. ieariy
one has taken a couple of re-
J. Mitchell has finished the ele-
gaitoosters. They will be hung
up is afternoon and are a mark of
- - .. ,
art They do credit to the Draw
ingepartment and to the Univer
Sits will be sold at Eubanks'
Druktore from to-day on. Re-
serH seats, central aisle, 75cts.,
sideitsles 50cts., gallery 35cts. A
numeri of reserved seats are al-
read sold. Have you yours?
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DR. HENDERSON AUUJtcaaca
THE Y. M. C. A. MEETING
OF CHEMICAL JOURNAL.
The entries for the meet Friday
are the following:
S. F. Teague, quarter-mile.
J. A. Everett, half-mile.
Captain W. A. Shaw, mile and
G. C Wood, low hurdles.
D. M. Williams, broad and high
Atkinson, Garret, and Hinnant,
V. W. Osborne, pole vault.
The meet will be held here
Friday at P. M.
Campbell, ,H.itni!t n, and Winn, single and scored on Hedgepeth's
Bases on balls, off Stewart 2, off triple to left-center.
McGough 1. Hit by pitched hall, Carolina's scoring.
Hackney by McGough. Stolen ' Carolina A.B. K
bases, Armstrong and bountain.
Saciifice hits, Winn and McGough.
Left on bases, Carolina 6. Colgate
4. Umpires, Moore and Wrenn.
Time of game 1 :30.
(Continued on fourth puge).
Hamilton (Capt.) It)
34 6 27
(Concluded on fourth page.)
Ffday will be a gala-crowd in
the Clupel. The whole Faculty
will Ibej present, the student body
will be liere, and last but not least,
thefalr isitors to the Easter Dances
will endtheir gracious presence to
the iocqsion. This performance
will be de of the memorable state
occasions in the history of the Var
sitv.. ';:.: : -
Prbgikms and tickets are all in
Frencl. They will be dainty sou
venirsj The Conversation Club
is doitg things handsomely, mag
nificetty engraved invitiations, in
Frenci of course, have been sent
o the Governor, the board of trus
tees, the leading educators in the
State and in the country. This
play will add its quota to bringing
' .1 Tlff-1 T"
in prominence tne Modern Lan
guagej Department and the Univer
Theushers will be appointed this
week. They will appear in dress
suits.. ' 1 his detail shows that the
Soiree Dramatique will be high
toned and worthv of our Alma
The music will be in charge of
Mr. Shimpf, our own student-com
poser. He will play several of his
own selections. Among others the
number he dedicated to U. N. C.
The costumes are here. The
boys look spick and span in their
suits of the XVII Century, The
lovers of dramatic art will be glad
to know that no details have been
overlooked to assure complete ac
curacy literarilly. historically.
Do you know that you can get a
splendid translation of the play for
25 cents? or that for 15 cents you
can procure the the text and an
English summary which will per
mit you to follow the play intelli
gently. 300 men have read the
play on class. They are all going",
can you afford to miss this first
French Comedy? This will be a
red-letter day in your College life.
Of course you will go.
Dr. Henderson addressed the Y.
M. C. A. Tuesday night. tiistaiK
was on the University of the pres
ent, past and future. He showed
that of our past we are justly
proud, and that our present is full
of opportunities. He then spoke of
the future of the University as he
hoped it would be, a preparation
for the affairs of life not essentially
a cultural effect.
At a meeting of the Chemical
Journal Club Monday night several
good papers were presented. Mr,
iUm TNe well 'r subject" was : 1 'The
Effect on Flour of Commercial
Bleaching". Mr. Manning Venable
discussed "The Determination of
the Atomic Weight of Tellurium."
Mr. L. deK. Belden explained "The
Quantitative Determination of Iron
by Potasium Permangnate Method"
Y. M. C. A. Program Tues. Nights
The following program of Tues
day night addresses has been hand
ed the Tar Heel:
April 13. y. M. C. A. Secretary
ship as a Life Work by Mr. G. C.
Huntington, Interstate . Secretary
of the Carolinas.
April 20. The Call of the Home
Mission Field-with special reference
to the cotton mill communities of
Noth Carolina, by Rev. A. R. Ber
kiley, '02, Mayodan. N. C. illustra
ted with magic lantern slides.
April 27. The Modern Call of the
Ministry, conducted by the Minis
May 4. Teaching as a Life Work,
by T. Wingate Andrews4 '08. Sup't
of Schools Orange County.
Probaly, Law. as a Life Work,
by Hon. C. W. Tillettt of Charlotte,
The music of these meetings will
be led by the orchestra. The meet
ings are open not only to members
of the Association, but to the entire
student body aud to the faculty.
They begin at 7:30 o'clock each
Tuesday night and last something
less than an hour.
The "Wearers of the N. C." will
meet Thursday night at 7:b. All
members please come as it is very