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B Vol.17.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N, C, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1909.
NO. 2?
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
DAVIDSON AGAIN DEFEATED
W. 1 L. TAKES THE MEET
RECEPTION TO V 1909
WE WIN ONE, LOSE TWO
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STEWART PITCHES HIS USUAL
GAME. KLUTTZ FOR THE
VISITORS DOES SOME
FANCY HITTING.
For the second time this seasou
Davidson went down in defeat
before Carolina Tuesday afternoon
by a score of four to one. The
game was witnessed by a large
crowd of students, , town people,
several Trinity men and some Dur
hamites. For Davidson the work of Kluttz
and Buie was of the stellar variety,
and McRae at short did some fast
fielding-. Kluttz used his willow to
advantage getting- a three-bagger
and two singles out of four times
up. His fleetness in the outBeld
caused "Spicket" Fountain to be
minus a hit. He also ran bases like
a ha'nt. Buie's throwing1 to bases
was almost perfect. He arrested
five of Carolina's would-be base
purloiners. McRae cut off Hamil
ton's hit back of second and got
some loud applause from the grand
stand. For Carolina the features
were the steady pitching of Stew
art, the batting- of Duncan, Moore,
and Lyon who are credited with two
singles each, and Winn's timely
single in the... seventh. Clarke
Davidson's star slab artist, could
not perform on account of a verj
T-l . 1 lilt
sore arm. uatiey pi:cneo good oan
in all except the seventh inning
when the Carolina boys smote his
deliverances for three singles and a
two-bagger.
Game byinnings:
1. Dav;dson: Booe singled to left.
Kluttz made an attempt to sacrifice
but popped up to Stewart. Booe
swiped second. : Buie out second to
first. Booe going to thi'd on the
play. Wilkinson hit a short fly
back of second which Lyon gather
ed in by making a beautiful running
catch. One hit, no runs.
Carolina: Duncan singled to cen
ter and advanced to second I on
Booe's fumble of the hit. When
Buie threw to second to catch him
playing off he dashed for third and
made; it. Winn hit a long , fly to
Kluttz. Duncan tagged his base
and scored. Moore singled to right.
Stewart hit to short forcing Moore
to second. Hamilton hit a hot
grounder by second, but McRae
made a phenomenal stop and forced
Stewart at second. Two hits, one
run.
2. McRae popped up to Duncan.
Boswell missed connection with
"Red's" spitters. No hits, no
runs.
Armstrong missed connection.
Hackney fouled out to Buie. Foun
tain missed connection. No hits, no
runs.
3. Elliott out Duncan-to Hamil
ton. Bailey safe on Duncan's fum
ble. Booe fanned the breezes.
Kluttz smashed the sphere to left
CAROLINA MAKES A STRONG
BID, BUT LOSE MEET BY
A SCORE OF 58 TO 50.
The track team returned Sunday
from Lexington, Va. where a dual
meet was held with Washington and
Lee Saturday. The meet was won
by Washington and Lee by a score
of 58 points to 50.
In justice to the home team it
should be stated that Capt. Shaw
was unable to attend the meet on
account of having to stand an exam
ination for an appointment in a hos
pital. Rutzler was also out on
account of injuries received in the
Greensboro meet. Only ten men
were carried, Atkinson, the best
man we have with the weights,
being left here, as ere some of the
other good men.
The meet was very closely con
tested and Washington and Lee
won out in , the pincnes. Several
records for the Washington and Lee
field were broken.
The members of the team are
loud in their praise of the treat
ment they received while in Lexing
ton. It is to be hoped that we can
show the Washington and Lee
team the same courtesy here next
year. " ; ' .
The next meet will be with Clem
son Saturday. Clemson has a
strong team as her victory over
Georgia Tech by a score of 80 to
28 will show.
The following gives the results
in the meet:
Shot put: Boyd, Washington and
Lee, first; Ruffin, North Carolina,
second; Williams, North Carolina,
third. Distance, 31 feet 8 inches.
100 yards: Winston, North Caro
lina, first; Searing, Washington
and Lee,- second; Rutzler, North
Carolina, third. Time 10 1-5
seconds.
Pole vault: Robbins, Washington
and Lee, first; Hansel. Washington
and Lee, second ;Eames, North Caro
lina, third. Height 10 feet one and
l:5inches.
One mile: McCown, Washington
and Lee, first; Everett, North Caro
lina, second; Anderson, Washing
ton and Lee, third. Time 5 min
utes 7:20 seconds.
Hammer throw: Davis, Washing
ton and Lee, first; Ruffin, North
Carolina; second; Williams, North
Carolina, third. Distance 85 feet
inch.
220 yards: Winston, North Caro
lina, first; Maley, Washington and
Lee, second; Laker, Washington
and Lee, third. Time 24:20 seconds.
High jump: Williams, North
Carolina, first; Ryan, Washington
and Lee, second; Williams, Wash
ington and Lee, third. Height 5ft.
5 inches.
440 yards: Teague, North Caro
lina, first; Laker, Washington and
Lee, second: Maley, Washington
and Lee, third. Time 55 seconds.
THE SENjtOR CLASS HAVE A
NIGHT OFF AND ARE ENTER
TAINED AT THE HOME OF
DR. VENABLE.
Mr. and Mrs. , F. P. Venable
were at home to the senior class
Tuesday night. About half of the
class took advantage of their hospi
tality. ; The reception was a very
pleasant event in the more or less
sober life of the seniors.
Having a very imperfect memory
in regard to apparel and not having
been "dressed-up ourselves we
know not the manner of the gown
ing of the charming ladies. It is
in order to say tastefully, though
so let it go at that.
Dr. and Mrs. Venable and their
daughter Miss Louise assisted by
Mrs. Hamilton, Misses Drane,
Roundtree, MacRae. Shaw, John
ston, made things pleasant for the
class of '09.
Indeed the occasion was delight
fully informal.' Everyone had a
chance to see how many men one
young lady could entertain. Their
name is legion, all right. And say,
don't forget the refreshments.
Those of . us who were not embar
rassed ,;too u-?n ucti' remember the
refreshments. Being a trifle nerv
ous though we .don't remember
lastly what they were.
However, this is to be rememb
ared. Everyone seemed, to have a
good time. Only one thorn in the
bonnet of roses we had to leave
sometime. Then was it fair for
one member of the senior class to
monopolize Dr. Venable? We are
not going tall on him, but we warn
him.
' 120 yard hurdles: Ruffin, North
Carolina, first; Glasgow, Washing
ton and Lee, second; Wood, North
Carolina, third. Time 17:3-5
seconds.
I 880 yards: Anderson, Washing
ton and Lee, first; McCown, Wash
ington and Lee, second; Everett,
North Carolina, third. Time 2 min
utes 10 1-5 seconds.
220 yard-hurdles: Wood, North
Carolina, fiist; Searing, Washing
ton and Lee, second; Ruffin, North
Carolina, third. Time 28:2-5
seconds.
Broad jump: Williams, North
Carolina, first; Sullivan, Wash
inton and Lee, second; Hall, Wash
ington and Lee, third. Distance
20 feet 31-4 inches.
Officials: Time keepers, Dr. La
tane, Dr. Howe and Dr. Brown.
Judges, Messrs. Jameson, Bootay
and Captain Poague. Starter, Pat
Krebs. Announcer, H. W. Orde
The Sophomore tennis team has
defeated the Senior team in both
singles and doubles. Morgan and
Newton represented the Sophs,
Tillett and Battle the Seniors.
GEORGIA AND VIRGINIA WIN
! FROM US IN DEBATE BUT WE
WIN FROM TULANE.
Messrs. D. B. Teague and W. P.
Grier, Carolina's representatives
against Georgia put up a grand
fight in Athens, Ga., in vain. The
Georgia team took revenge for what
Carolina did for , them last year.
Carolina had the negative to defend
the query being, "Resolved, that
the United States establish a sys
tem of postal savings banks, the
constitutionality being admitted,
Georgia's representatives were Mr.
D. L, Rogers and Mr. Y. B. Smith
whom we enjoyed having with us
last year. The judges were Col.
E. V. Carter, Dr. S. R. Belk. and
Col. J. W. Austin, all of Atlanta:
Carolina's men report that they
received, during their stay in Ath
ens, the most eniovable entertain-
ment, and were treated always
most courteously.
The University of Virginia de
feated the University of North Ca
rolina Saturday night. The query
was: "Resolved, That postal depos
itories as outlined in the Carter
bill should be established in the
United States." The affirmative,
was upheld by Henry A. Johnson
and Maurice Hirch, of Virginia;
the negative was defended by J. W.
Umstead, Jr., and J. C. M. Vaun,
of Carolina. Virginia had the open
ing and closing speech. The judges
were Hon. Thomas C. Hoyle, Prof.
Ernest Star, and Prof. Glassou.
Mr. D. P. Stern presided over the
debate and L. C Kerr acted as sec
retary. T. M. Harrison of Virgi
nia, and W. P. Grier, of Carolina,
acted as alternates.
The debate was spirited trom
start to finish and all the speakers
acquitted themselves with great
credit. Mr. Maurice Hirch of Vir
ginia, made a particularly master
ful and telling address. The decis
sion of the committee wa unanimous
in favor of Virginia. Carolina has
met Virginia three times in debate
and has won twice.
D. P. Stern presented a loving cup
to Professor H. H. Williams, of the
denartment of ohilosohv- Mr.
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Stern paid an eloquent tribute to
the character and influence of Pro
fessor Williams, No man in the
University has shown a deeper and
nore sympathetic interest in stu
dent life than Professor Williams.
Carolina s representatives against
Tulane, H. E. Stacy and L. P.
Matthews were too strong for Tu-
lane Saturday night. The debate
look piace in ine u. oupme incw-
comb College, the girl's department
of Tulane and T. Marshall Miller
Rabbi Laxheller and Judge Joshua
G. Baker, were the judges, all three
being prominent men of this city.
The question debated on was:
"Resolved, That the postal savings
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