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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, !ciW 1909
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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PUNT AND SCORES
Porter, Venable, Belden : play star
ball for Carolina. Ball kept oh
r shadow of W. and L's goal
In Newport News on Saturday
Carolina eleven wiped out the
scores of two years past by defeating1
Washington and Lee University by
the score of 6 to 0.
Carolina's touchdown come towards
the last of the first half. O'Ouinn had
just punted 40 yards to our 40 yard
line, and Croswell had returned - the
punt to midfield. Belk then punted
for both wear and appearance.
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the line for the only score of the game
Belden kicked goal
Carolina's line plunginsr was her
tower ' of strength, out of 16 first
downs 14 were made by Carolina
The lads trom : iyexinefton could:; not
siand up against Carolina's tried ? line
buckers. 1 Porter, Belden and - Cros
well gained almost at will through
their opponents line. Their total line
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ted good gains. But the greatest fac
tor in Carolina's victory was the r way
the players followed the ball and took
every opportunity to recover. Wash-
ihgton and Lee fumbled 6 times, and
6 times did N. C. recover.. Belden's
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by the line and covered Waddells fum-
bles. These characteristics of good
football as demonstrated by Carolina
Saturday readily show why Washing
ton & Lee was defeated.
Despite the fact that Carolina could
gain at will thru W. & L's. liner when
the teams went together under, the
SO LICIT shadow of the Virginians' goal post
line bucking was a radically different
proposition.; Several times - after
sweeoinir line plays had carried the
ball within reach of W. & L.'s goal
line, the boys from Lexington steadied
and the ball went over. This Splen
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UHl line tieiense li wmtucs iciis wuy
no larger scores was made. Carolina
SF.VF.NTREN PENNIES A DAY hUl no trouble carrying the ball to
the neighborhood of the goals, but
then they were forced either to try
drops or lose the ball on downs. Bel
den's toe was a little off color, else the
score would have been swelled by sev
eral field goals, . ;..r;
Porter, Venable and Belk played the
b?st game for Carolina- Porter play
ed a yooil defensive as well as -offen
sive game. II is' line plunging netted
the longest gains for his Meam. ' ; O ri
defense no one made gains around his
side. Venable played a brilliant' game
throughout.- His work was speedy
and sure, his tackling accurate, and
his following the ball steady. He re
Icieved the forward pass in good form
and his recovery of fumbles accounts
for our, only, score. Belk ;.kept the
team together in good style. His play
had snap and ginger in it. His head-
work was excellent, and his individual
play likewise. . : ;
As to the Carolina line the detailed
account speaks for itself. Every man
in the line played his position man
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VIRGINIA AND WASHINGTON AND
j LEE FURNISH MORE VICTIMS
Virginia offers little trouble but
j r( Washington and Lee causes
! . uneasiness for a time
: j The invasion of Virginia by the ten.
nis team has been . a most complete
success. The four leading colleges of
Virginia iWere played and they : were
annihiliated in ; the ; order in .which
they , came.., Fountain and Venable
played forty-one sets 'and in thirty-six
they came out (.winners. : Also they
have, played 336 games, and out . of
these have won 241..:, All this has
been accomplished in the short , space
of six days, r Undoubtedly : this is
record that has never; been equalled in
tle realm of , intecollegiate ; athletics.
j The record of the year is one that
could not be surpassed,- r ' .
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In 'other1 words "we : have played
high class institutions and have
scorea on out once ana tms once was
after1 a' week's ' harrowing nervous
strain. "'' ' ; ' ';;
if ortne nrst time in tnree years
Carolina met Virginia : in a. tennis
match on the 11th and 12th of 1 this
month. 1 : Altho playing on ' their op
ponent's home' grounds and worn with
three days hard fighting, Carolina's
representatives played a1 remarkably
strong game In the doubles Virginia
proved easy, but in singles they turn
ed out to be ' a different proposition.
However they could only get one set of
seven in the singles.
In doubles Virgina was represented
by Neff and Rixey. Carolina's play
was entirely too strong "for the Virgin
ians who were kept in the back of the
courts always in a vain endeavor tore-
turn the heavy smashes of their op
ponents. Fountain and Venable play
ed steadily and covered every foot of
Virginia , 4 - 2 1
In singles Virginia was represented
by two' new men, Pott and Bruns of
whom Pott was winner of the cham
pionship tournament lately held at the
University , of Virginia. , Fountain
played against Bruns and had an easy
time the score ; bdng : three straight
sets for Fountain.
The score: '''" :
Fountain - ' 7-6 - 6 -
Bruns - ! ;' 5 - 2 - 1
Venable played Pott in the singles
and first time on their trip a Carolina
man played against : somebody ;tliat
could interest him. However, Venable
won 'three out of four sets!
The score: '": : : -
Venable : ' 6-6 - 4 - 8
Pott ; 4-4-6 - 6
On Saturday the, week's play was
brought to a close by winning from
Washington' and Lee. The match
was played on a heavy muddy court
and the men did not show up at their
best. In doubles W. & L. was repre
sented by Robbins and Newton. Car
olina played steadily and won handily,
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M. W. STERNR, . . . Pitoi'ttlKTOB."
j GREENSBORO, N. C.
The Past Three Years the Most Successful
j in Its History.
Dave W. Levy,
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THE 2ST ATE SYSTEM
The University stands for thoroufrhnes? t
and all that is best in education' and th e
moulding of character. It is equipped
with 16 buildings, new water works, cen
tral heating, electric lights. ' Eleven Sen
en tific Laboratories, equipped for good
work. The Faculty . numbers 98. Stu-
dents 800. Library of 50,000 volumes.
One librarian and four assistants. Fine ;
iterary Societies There is an active Y '
M. C. A. conducted by tha students. , .;
Scholarships and loans for the needy and
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