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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CARO A
BOARD OF EDITORS
0. J. Coffin,
0. W. Hyman,
T. 1 Nash
C. 0. Robinson
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The Tar Heel through the failure
of its quasi-head to work his head did
a rank injustice last week. We will
not go into details as to how this blun
der occurred. Suffice it to say that it
was caused by a too hasty temper and
unreliable information which should
not have been acted upon. This is one
time that we if you please will not
call our mistake "a natural one".
The reference is to the shot taken at
the Durham Herald. The Durham
Herald did not print the article refer
red to. It matters little what we
thought at the time, it was indeed an
injustice to accredit the artice to any
man exceot the man who did it. We
may say tha't the Herald thinks so, too
Yet even without that last vs e are will
ing to admit our fault. We shall not
try to condone it. The Herald did not
print the article which we said it did
The mistake is ours, all ours, likewise
this attempt to right matters.
were rather dragging
Yes, we lost the Virginia game, or
Virginia won it, just as you please.
We are not going to make excuses, or
conjecture any "ifs". We have met
with a reverse, but our case is far from
hopeless. Our team played good ball
Monday afternoon, and so did Virginia.
Those who are not satisfied with the
best men can do are too hard to please
for us to care whether they are pleased
or sore. A licking doesn't please Caro
lina any more than it pleases any
other College. Yet, thank God, we
can take ours like our team took it,
fighting to the last minute. We near
ly said that we died game, but, bless
your life, we aren't dead yet. Vir
ginia is going to have to work for the
. We have seen our team play ball. We
have seen Virginia play ball, too. We
are not going to place a valuation. Our
team looks best to us; Viaginia's team
looks best to her. May the best win
always! But. say, Virginia, don't you
know that we are going to give you
a hard run for your money? It
is our impression that we did it Mon
day. We were also in hopes that we
would win the track-meet. We took
third place. No excuses this time, nor
the next. We'll win if we can. If we
don't, we'll come so near doing it that
the winner will suffer from mental
anguish while she is winning. If our
team had taken fifth place it would
still be our team, and that will always
be the strongest feeling at Carolina.
So two teams have come home who
did not do as much as we hoped. They
did their best, however, for whatever
else may be said there's not a quitter
in the whole bunch.
We Get Two From Delaware
Carolina added two more victories
to her string Thursday and Friday by
Deleware. Both games
affairs becoming interesting only once
when Delaware took a lead of four to
two in the second game. This how
ever was of short duration. Part of
the listlessness of the game was due
to the condition of the Delaware team.
Their men have been sickening until
they had only nine men left and Cann
had to pitch three days in succession.
Carolina won the first game Thurs
day three to two. The noticeale fea
tures of the game were lacking.
Hedgpeth fanned ten and Cann three.
Hamilton and Fountain fattened their
batting avarage. Although Cann did
not strike out many our boys seem
ed to have a propensity for knocking
worthless flies that : we have seldom
The result of Friday's game was
another victory to the tune of twelve
to four. Moore, had been put out of
the game with a sore thumb and Caro
lina had trouble in securing a catcher
to hold "Reddy" Stewart. As is gen
erally the case our fellows batted rather
istlessly until Delaware took the lead.
Then, however, thev arirded up their
oins and ran men around the bases
until they had piled up twelve runs
A feature of the game was the batting
of Hamilton and Duncan, Hamilton
securing two three baggers, Duncan,
securing a single, a three-bagger,
and a home-run when the bases were
full. Winn fielded a difficult chance
beautifully and also knocked a home
Batteries Hedgpeth and Moore;
Cann and Dunn. j
Summary: Earned runs, Carolina 2,
Delaware 1. Three-base it, Hamil
ton. Two-base hit Fountcft : Struck
out, by Hedgpeth 10, by Canjn 0.
Bases on balls, off Hedgpeth 3j off
Cann 1. Hit by . pitched ball, Winn
(by Cann). Sacrifice hits, Hamilton
and Lambeth. Stolen bases, Winn,
Moore, Hamilton, and Fountain. Um
pire, Moore. i
K. H. H.
Carolina 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 x- 12 9 5
Delaware 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0-- 4 0 4
Batteries: Stewart and Moore; Cann
Earned runs, Carolina 9,' Delaware 2.
Home runs, Winn and Duncan. Three
base hits, Hamilton (2), and Duncan.
Struck out, by Stewart 11, by Cann 0.
Bases on balls, off Stewart 2, off Cann
1. Hit by pitched ball, Armstrong
(by Cann) and Eliason (by Stewart).
Sacrifice hit, Winn. Stolen bases,
Hackney, Fountain, and Greenwood.
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