OL. 18 ; UNIVERSITY UP NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL; N. C, TUESDAY, NOV. 3, 1909 NO. 11
OFBxCIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION "
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THREE TOUCHDOWNS. A FIELD
GOAL AND A S4FETY
Porter, Winston, and Belden are
the particular stars. All the
team play well
On Saturday Carolina took another
stitch in the wound of last Thanksgiving-
by defeating Richmond college
on the home gridiron by the score of
22 to 0. '; I
In so doing Carolina administered
the stinging defeat that institution
has received at our hands within the
memory of the present student body.
For the past few years Richmond
College has scored the first half far in
the lead of Carolina and only most
strenuous football on the part ;of the
whole N. C. team saved the white and
blue from defeat. Two years ago the
score was 13 to 11 for N. C, last year
it was 17 to 12 for N. C, both games
being won by piling up scores in the
second half. This year, however, the
story was different. Richmond Col
lege did not have a look in at the game
at any time of its progress. At one
time only was the Carolina line in
danger and that was when Carolina
had the ball on R. C's. 10 yd. line
JN. (J. tumbled and tsmith ot K. U. re
covered the ball with a clear field for
a field-length run to the N. C. goa
line, but, Venable, Carolina's swift
rig-ht end, didn't like that idea, and
sent Smith to the grouud on a flying
ihe Kicnmona college team was
plainly surpassed at every point of the
game. Carolina could make long
gains at win tnrougn the opposing
line, while R. C. was held for downs
many times in midheld. After the
first few minutes of play, it was evi
dent that Carolina's walkover would
The visitors based their play almost
entirely on trick plays, end runs, and
delayed runs through the line with an
occasional attempt at a forward pass
They could grain almost nothing
through Carolina's line; so these tac
tics were resorted to. But they prov
ed inenective also. Unly three or
four times during the entire game did
R. C. make first down. Once with
only one yd. to go on third down,
Meridith kicked to Uelden tor he was
by no means certain ot the required
aram. buch was trie Carolina line
Saturday. N. C. on the other hand,
relied on straight old fashoned foot
ball. Hard line plunging and fierce
off tackle plays, tell the story of her
ong gains. She found the R. C. line
comparatively easy, and ploughed
through it at will. Only one end run
was made by N. C. during the entire
game, sucn was tne amerence oi tactics.
The Carolina team worked like
clockwork. There was perfect har
mony and unity of action. Every man
knew his place and kept it. Every
man knew what he was to do and did
it. He knew what the man next to
him was supposed to do, and knew
that he could rely on his doing it.
When the ball was snapped all the
eleven did their part and did it quick-
y. In every play both defensive and
offensive eleven Carolina men worked
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