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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 30, 1910
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
PROGRAM FOR JUNIOR WEEK CAROLINA 4 DAVIDSON 3 N. C. WALLOPS AMHERST MEN TO MEET WAKE FOREST
ALL PHASES OF UNIVERSITY
LIFE REPRESENTED IN
Baseball, Track. Music, Mirth,
Gaiety turned loose at
Beginning- tonight the festivities of
Junior Week will be in full blast for
the next three days. In order to make
the occasion one of unmixed pleasure
the faculty has declared that Thurs
day and Friday . shall be holidays, in
all departments of the University.
The schedule in full will be enacted as
follows: : '
Amherst Baseball Game 3:30
Senior Extravagauza 8 p. M,
Wake Forest Track Meet 10 a. m.
Trinity Baseball Game 3:30
Glee Club and Orchestra 8:00
Fraternity Dance 9:30
-. Friday: :
Lafayette Baseball Game 3:30
Junior Prom 9:30
This is undoubtedly the best pro
gram for Junior Week that has ever
been planned here. Every side of uni
versity life except the literary will
come into prominence. The athletes
will" have the largest part to play but
the artists and men of social nature
also get their chance to shine. Those
who are taking advantage of the
double holiday to take a trip home
shall rue the day they left the Hill.
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Errors plentiful but game very ex
citing. Score always
In Winston-Salem on Saturday
Carolina met and defeated her rival
Davidson thru the pitching of Stewart
and the timely hitting of Duncan.
The final score stood Carolina, 4;
Davidson, 3; hits, Carolina 5, David
son 4; errors, Carolina 4, Davidson 5.
The game, though slow, was at
times brilliant. Carolina took the
lead in the second inning and held it
thru the game. Both pitchers held
the opposing teams in wonder, but
Stewart proved the better of the two.
Jenkins did the stick work for David
son, getting half of their hits, but
when "upJinks" was called in the
eighth inning with two out and a
man on second and third, !ie fell under
The game in detail:
1st. inning: Carolina, Buie fans. Biv
ens out 3rd. to 1st. Hamilton walks.
Armstrong out 2nd. to 1st.
Davidson. Kluttz fans. Graham
out pitcher to 1st. Booe fans.
2nd. Duncan singles to left. Hackney
sacrifices him to second. Stewart walks.
Duncan aud Stewart advance on wild
throw. Duncan steals home. Stew
art scores on squeeze, Poole being safe.
Rose fans. Buie out 2nd to 1st. 2 hits,
Jenkins singles to center. McClure
out pitcher to 1st. McClintock scores
Jenkins with a single to right. Nor
man flies out to center. Johnson fans.
2 hits, 1 run.
3rd. Bivens walks. Hamilton flies
out to left. Armstrong fouls out to
catcher. Duncan triples to left, Biv
ens scores. Hackney fans. 1 hit, I
Clark singles to left. Kluttz flies
out to pitcher. Graham forces Clark
rd. to 2nd. Graham scores on error.
Booe out at second. 1 hit, 1 run.
4th. Stewart triples to center. Poole
flies out to pitcher. Stewart caught
off third. Rose fans. 1 hit, no runs.
Jenkins fans. McClure flies out to
left. McClintock fans.
5th. Buie flies out. to right. Bivens
out pitcher to 1st. Hamilton out to
Norman and Johnson fan. Clarke
safe on error. Kluttz fans.
6th. Armstrong fans. Duncan safe on
error. Hackney fans. Stewart safe
on error, Duncan scoring. Poole fans.
No hits, 1 run.
Graham out to 1st. unassisted Booe
out short to 1st. Jenkins singles to
right. Caught off 1st. 1 hit, no
7th. Rose out pitcher to 1st. Buie flies
out to 1st. Bivens safe on error. Ham
ilton out 3rd. to 1st.
McClure fans. McClintock safe on
error. Scores on squeeze, Norman
out at 1st. Johnson fans. No hits 1
run." " '
8th. Armstrong out 3rd. to 1st. Dun
can singles to center. Hackney fouls
out to catcher. Stewart flies out to
left. 1 hit, no runs. ...
Clark and Kiuttz out 3rd. to 1st.
Graham and Booe walk. Jenkins
G4ME AND GETS GOOD
The Mighty Vernon touched up for
6 hits and 5 earned runs. Only
two errors in game
Carolina won from Amherst Tues
day by ,the score of 7 to 1. Amherst
scored her only run thru Poole's error.
Carolina scored first in the third thru
good work by Rose, Buie, and Bivens.
In the fifth hits by Buie and Hamilton
combined with Amherst's only error
netted three runs. In the eighth Caro
lina earned three runs by a hitting
rally by Duncan, Stewart, and Hack
ney. The game was fast, snappy and
full of interest. Both teams played
good ball. ' Stewart's pitching, Hack
ney's fielding, and Henry's catching
were decided features.
1 The game in detail:
1st. inning: Amherst, McClure fans.
Jube fans. Pennock fouls out to Poole.
Carolina: Buie fans. Bivins walks.
Hamilton flies out to 2nd, who doubles
to 1st. i
2nd. Henry flies out to 1st. Kane out
short to 1st. Burt singles over 2nd.
Burt steals 2nd. Burt scores on Poole's
error. Taylor flies out to short.
Duncan fans. Stewart hit by ball
Rose runs for Stewart. Hackney sac
rifices. ; Armstrong out to 1st. unas
3rd. Vsrnon flies out to right. Port
enheimer fans. McClure fans.
Poole flies out left. Rose walks.
Buie sacrifices. Bivins singles, Rose
scores. Bivins goes to 2nd. on throw
and steals 3rd. Hamilton goes to 1st.
on catcher's interference. Duncan flies
out to short.
4th. Jube caught on attempted steal.!
Pennock fans. Henry flies out to 1st.
Stewart out to 1st. Hackney out
3rd. to 1st. Armstrong out 2nd. to 1st.
5th. Kane singles over 2nd. Burt flies
out to 2nd., double play. Burt and
Poole fans. Rose walks. Buie sing
les over 2nd. Bivins flies out to rt.
Hamilton doubles over 3rd., scoring
Rose. Duncan hits to left. On fielder's
error Duncan goes to 2nd., and Buie
and Hamilton score. Stewart flies out
6th. Vernon out 3rd. to 1st. Porten
heimer fans. McClure out pitcher to
Hackney out pitcher to 1st. Arm
strong out the same way. Poole fans.
7th. Jube fans. Pennock walks. Hen
ry flies out to rt. Kane flies out to cen
ter. Rose fans. Buie out 2nd. to 1st.
Bivins out pitcher to 1st.
8th. Burt flies out to short. Taylor
out pitcher to 1st. Vernon walks.
Portenheimer makes scratch hit, ad
vancing Vernon. McClure fans.
Hamilton out short to 1st. Duncan
singles over 2nd. Stewart singles to
rt. and goes to 2nd.on throw. Hackney
doubles to left, scoring both. Hack
ney goes to third on passed ball. Ann-
strong fans. Hackney steals home.
(!.ntinned on Fonrtli
9th. Poole fans. Rose flies out to
right. Buie flies out to center.
McClure flies out to center. McClin
tock out 3rd. to 1st. Norman walks.
CAROLINA'S ATHLETES TO COM
PETE IN TOMORROW'S
The Coach has gotten track men
into comparatively good
At 10:30 a.m. on Thursday Carolina
will meet Wake Forest for track su
premacy. Captain Williams considers
it our hardest meet. Wake Forest, lie
says, besides having splendid material
has been in rigid training practically
all winter. Carolina; too. has had
a good team, and the meet is sure to
be hotly contested. In the prelimi
naries for places, Winston and Alex
ander won first and second places for
the 100 yd. dash, Capt. Williams and
Vann, the high jump; Hoffman and
Webb the half-mile; Parsley and Car
ter, or Blalock, the pole vault; Wins
ton and Alexander, the 220 yd. dash;
Ruffin and Shaw, the 120 yd. hurdles;
Solomon, Teague, and Wakelv, the
quarter-mile; Atkinson and Thomp
son, the hammer throw; Williams,
and Belk, Blalock, the broad jump;
Hoffman and Shaw, the mile; Thomp
son, Axley, Atkinson, the shot put, -
Coach Cartmell has ; the team in
splendid condition and the steady
training received at his hands has de
veloped rather doubtful material into
a staunch, hardy team for the track.
Wake Forest comes, as usual, intent
upon Carolina's scalp, but Coach Cart
mell has been teaching the Carolina
boys how to use the scalping knife.
All who attend the meet are assured
of a hard fought, well contended
struggle for honors.
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