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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N C, WEDNESDAY, APR. 6, 1010
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
ON TO GREENSBORO
CAROLINA PREPARED FOR DE
CIS1VE GAMES OF SEASON
Virginia seems to have weak
team but Carolina not over
Friday and Saturday are to be great
days in Greensboro and Charlotte
Each place is preparing to do its best
toward making the Carolina-Virginia
baseball game an event long to be re
membered in that city. By Sunday
next the treasury of the athletic asso
ciation will probably be mended again
and one of the two teams will have a
strong hold on the Southern Baseball
According to comparative scores a
most unsound yet necessary method of
judging -Carolina is fated to win.
Virginia up to last Sunday had won
only one game and that from a prep
school. Carolina had won seven aud
lost three. Also Amherst had defeat
ed Virginia two games, 10 to 0 and 16
to 3, while Carolina had "split even
with Amherst, winning a 7 to 1 victo
ry and losing 1 to 0. Virginia has
played a very hard schedule however.
By their showing so far the Virgin
ia team is much weaker than it was
last year in every department. All
their pitchers have been batted freely
and they themselves have not wielded
the stick with any great degree of suc
cess. In one game the team had
chalked up against them the sum total
of fourteen errors.
The Carolina team does not goto
these games overconfident. They re
alize that the Virginians always play
their best game against Carolina. Al
tho baseball dope indicates victory for
Carolina, Carolina realizes that there
is to be a reckoning with Virginia.
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RIBBONS AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL
HhDGEPETH PITCHES WELL
AFTER 4th INNING
Duncan Hackney Hamilton Kelly
and Demott all of them
slug the ball.
In a game full of heavy hitting
and good base running Carolina took
the third of the series with Lafayette
by winning a 9 to 6 contest on the lo
cal diamond Saturday.
Bui.: Was again used behind the bat,
and showed good generalship and
wonderful pegging which as did
his playing in the last two games.
Williams, tho left-handed, was tried
at short and did some excellent field
ing. Aside from weakening "in two
innings Hedgepeth pitched good ball
His speed and curves were at his com
mand. Armstrong at third did great
throwing to first. His throw is the
fastest aud best gotten off of any in
fielder seen on the Carolina diamond
since -Burt James used to rule at third.
Melan's fielding of Bivins' grounder
won applause. Hamilton, Swink, and
Hackney did line stick work. Kelly
and Demott did the hitting for Lafay
ette. It speakss well for Carolina's
batters, that out of nine runs eight
were made with two men out and no
one on base, five of these eight being
The game in detail:
1st. inning: Lafayette, Norris sing
es to right. Williams flies but' to
pitcher. Kelly doubles to right, scor
ing Norris. Demott triples to right,
scoring Kelly. Melan out 3rd. to 1st.
Payer singles to left, scoring Demott.
Kasprcak out short to 1st. ; 4 hits, 3
Carolina; Bivins out 2nd. to 1st.
Hamilton out pitcher to 1st. .Duncan
walks. Hackney triples to right,
scoring Duncan. Stewart doubles to
left, scoring Hackney. Williams out
3rd. to 1st. 2 hits, 2 runs.
2nd. Steckle flies out to short. Alt
scheuler out pitcher to 1st, Norris
Armstrong walks. Hedgepeth sac-
rifices. Bme flies out to short. JJiv
ins out pitcher to 1st.
3rd. Williams walks. Kelly scratches
to pitcher. Demott singles, scoring
Williams. Melan fans. Fayer flies to
right, two scoring on error. Kasprcak
flies out to 2nd. Steckle fans. 2 hits,
Hamilton singles. Duncan doubles
to left. Hackney flies out to left,
scoring Hamilton. Stewart fans. Wil
liams out short to 1st. 2 hits, 1 run.
4th. Altscheuler singles. Norris at
tempting bunt flies out to catcher,
Altscheuler caught off 1st. Williams
Armstroug fans. Hedgepeth out
pitcher to 1st. Buie flies out to right.
5th. Kelly singles, steals 2nd. and 3rd.
Demott, Melan, and Fayer fan. 1 hit,
Bivins out 2nd. to 1st. Hamilton
hit with ball. Duncan fans. Hack
ney fouls out to catcher.
6th. Kasprcak flies out to 2nd. Steck
le out 3rd. to 1st. Altscheuler flies
out to pitcher.
Stewart out pitcher to 1st. Wil
liams flies out to right. Armstrong
safe on error. Hedgpeth triples to
Continued on Fourth Page .
N. C. 5 BINGHAM 2
! JUNIOR PROMENADE
CAROLINA SCRUBS GET A
CHANCE TO PLAY AT LAST
Stewart fans three with a man
on third and Cowper
Carolina won a practice game Mon
day from Bingham of Asheville by
the score of 5 to 2.
Sloan started on the mound for Car
olina a id. with the exception of the
second inning was a puzzle. In the
sixth, however, when Hunter had
singled, stolen second, and had taken
third, with none down, on Buie's wild
'peg to second, it was thought best
I that a tnore experienced hand should
itake the helm. Capt. Stewart entered
i the box and the next three men fan
ned. Cowper then went ; in and held
the visitors without a hit.
The batting of Duncan, "Fleet"
Williams, and. Hart was excellent,
each secured two hits out of four
times at bat. Hackney's catch of
Leak's low drive in the third was typ
ical of his high class fielding. Stew
art's pitching in the sixth showed him
to be in his best form. Armstrong's
fielding of fouls was confident tho dif
ficult. nThe entire team worked well
The game in detail:
1st. inning: Carolina; Bivins walks.
Hamilton sacrifices. Duncan doubles
to right, scoring Bivins. Hackney
flies c&st to 1st. Armstrong singles to
left, Duncan caught at plate. 2 hits,
Bingham; Angier flies out to center.
Hickman to 2nd. Norton safe on er
ror. Hunter flies out to short.
2nd. Williams flies out to short, Buie
to 1st. Stacy fans.
Hart singles to center. Leak sacri
fices. McElmurray fans. Willett L.
singles. Willett H. singles to center,
scoring Hart. Angier doubles to cen
ter, scoring Willett L. Hickman out
pitcher to 1st. 4 hits, 2runs.
3rd. Sloan fans. Bivins flies out to
center. Hamilton out to 1st unassist
ed. Norton flies out to 2nd, Hunter to
right. Hart doubles to left. Leak
flies out to center. I hit, no runs.
4th. Duncan flies out to right. Hack
ney walks. Armstrong sacrifices. Wil
liams singles to left, scoring Hackney.
Buie out short to 1st. 1 hit, 1 run.
McElmurray out short to 1st. Wil
lett L. fouls out to catcher. Willett
H. out 3rd to 1st.
5th. Stacy and Sloan fan. Bivins out
short to 1st.
Angier out short to 1st. Hickman
fouls out to 1st. Norton fans.
6th. Hamilton singles to right. Dun
can flics out to left. Hamilton caught
at second, Hackney fanning. 1 hit, no
Hunter scratches over 2nd, steals
2nd, and goes to third on wild throw.
Stewart goes in for Carolina. Hart,
Leak, and McElmurray fan. 1 hit, no
7th. Armstrong flies out t center.
Williams singles to left. Buie safe on
error, Williams scoring. Swink sing
les to right, scoring Buie. Swink
caught at second. Stewart out 2nd to
1st. 2 hits, 2 runs.
Cowper goes in for Carolina. Will
pft r.. flies out to rie-ht. Willett II.
HALL BEAUTIFULLY DECO
RATED WITH PENNANTS .
Forty couples enjoy beautiful
dance Friday night
For many days the class of 1911 had
been looking forward with great antic
ipation. to the Junior "Prom". This
event which took place in the Bynum
Gymnasium on Friday night last, sur
passed every expectation. The Ball
Manager, W. L. Small, assisted by R.
M. Vanstory and E. C. McLean, are
to be highly congratulated upon the
wonderful success of the "Prom".
The hall besides having the red and
white, and purple and white streamers
as during the night before, was made
more beautiful by the great variety of
"Carolina", "1910" and "1911" pen
nants, hung from the balcony above.
No hall could have been more typical
of class and collegiate spirit than the
gymnasium on Friday night. Mr.
Small, assisted by Miss Maude Grice,
of Elizabeth City, led many lovely
During the interim at midnight
luncheon was served by "Johnson" and
his dusky assistants. Music was fur
nished by Levin's Orchestra of Ral
eigh, The Junior Class had as its
guests the Senior (Jlass, Lafayette
Baseball Team, Varsity Track and
Those dancing were as follows:
Misses Holt, of Oak Ridge, Monite
Brown, of Concord, Lois Brown, of
Winston-Salem, Dance, of Danville,
Dick, Lee, Merrit, and Merrimon, of
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