UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, VVEDNEDAV, APRIL 13, 1910
OFEICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OP NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
THE GLEE CLUB'S TRIP SATURDAY'S GAME 6 TO 2 FRESHMEN ARE MOVING NEXT MEET IS AT V. P. I.
RECITALS GIVEN IN LEADING
Warm welcome and hospitable
entertainment by the Uni
versity Alumni. ,
The Glee Club reports an unusually
pleasant trip last week to a number of
eastern Carolina towns. The following-
towns were included in the Sched-
ule: Wilson, Monday , night; Tar
boro, Goldsboro, New Bern, Wilming
ton, and Fayetteville respectively on
the succeeding nights. i
A pleasant feature of the trip was
the delightful entertainments given
the members of the Club and Orches
tra by the alumni af the University at
the places visited. At Tarboro, a
barbecue was given, followed by an
automobile ride in the afternoon;
New Bern furnished a sailing party v
The Alumni at Wilmington provided
an oyster roast at Wrightsville Beach
in the afternoon, and at night Mrs.
Allan Nichols gave a dance at the
Cape Fear Golf Club. The Club and
Orchestra;; thoroughly enjoyed and
appreciated these courtesies.
The program rendered by the sing
ers and performers was well received.
Especially did the solos by Messrs.
Ray, Capelle, and Ellis meet with ap
plause. Owing to small houses in three of
the towns mentioned, the expenses of
the trip were not quite covered.
In view of this fact it is hoped by the
members that a date may be arranged
in Durham soon.
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RIBBONS AND SUPPLIES FOR ALL
Plucky effort to redeem Frl
day's defeat not attended
The hundred loyal Tar Heels who
went on to Charlotte Saturday to see
Carolina redeem herself against Vir
ginia were dazed when they saw the
final score six to two. Many students
who saw the game in Greensboro be
lieved that the first defeat was due to
ill luck and an off day. The ninth
inning rally in Greensboro sent many
a man to Charlotte confident of the
partial recompense of seeing our ene
my overwhelmed in the second game.
They were disappointed, but loyal in
their disappointment. As late as the
last half of the ninth inning a man
drew a storm of abuse on himself by
remarking to the Carolina bleachers,
"It's no use yelling now; you're lick
ed." The falling off in the strength
of the Tackety Tack given at the close
of the game was. due to exhaustion
and not to any falling off in loyalty.
Carolina's defeat was due to the
ease with which the wearers of the
Orange and Blue could find Hedgepeth
at critical moments. He walked three
men each of whom scored. He allow
ed Witmer a home run aud Blakeney
two three-base hits. His pitching was
an article far inferior to that which
meant defeat to Georgetown last year.
It was his off day and to this the Vir
ginians may accredit the victory
which was no doubt as great a sur
prise to them as it was to the Caro
Virginia tallied in the first inning.
Pickford walked; was sacrificed by
Lile; and, after Tillett's beautiful put
out of Fitchett, scored on Douglass's
single to center.
In the third Carolina took the lead.
Hamilton was safe on Fitchett's error.
Fleet Williams scored him with a
three-bagger. Fitchett made his sec
ond error on Duncan's grounder and
Williams came home.
But soon Carolina went down to
stay. In the fourth Hume and Blak
ney walked and after two men were
out, Witmer hit a home run which
was too far for Bivens'slong dive. In
the sixth Blakney repeated his two-
bagger stunt and scored on Hedge
peth's wild throw to first. After
this no more runs were made. Stew
art came in in the seventh and for the
remainder of the game Virginia failed
to get a hit. ' ;
Carolina's famous ninth inning ral
ly was not working Saturday, when
Blakney fumbled Hamilton's fly and
McLean, batting for Buie, was hit by
the ball, it looked as if something
might happen. But,the next two men
went down hard and the game was
Virginia Ali 11 BII PO A E
Pickford, of 3 1 0 0 0 0
Lile, lb 3 0 17 11
Fitchekt, as 4 0 0 1 3 2
Douglass, 3b 4 0 12 10
Hume, If 3 1 1 3 0 0
Blakeney, rf 3 2 2 0 0 1
Hitch, 2b 4 10 1 1 1
Rohan, c 3 0 0 13 2 0
Witmer, p 3 110 2 1
Totals 29 6 ,6 29 10 5
CARR BUILDING BOYS SEEK
The building; to be occupied
Exclusively by upper
' ; classmen
On account of some "rough hous
ing" which has occurred from time to
time in the Carr Building, the ruling
has been made that all freshmen shall
vacate and that all upper class men
who remain shall thereby make them
selves responsible for any damage to
furniture or building. As a result of
this ruling the freshmen and some
others are moving out and finding new
quarters. , This is a situation which
has , not occurred before. Sometime
ago it was announced that the doors
of this building would be closed if dis
order was again reported. The decision
finally reached was the result of the
hazing, which took place one night
last week. The problem to be solved
was a difficult one. The occasional
racket and disorder in the Carr de
manded some action. The problem
was to end the disorder without work
ing -an injustice on some innocent
students. As it was impossible to get
the names of the guilty men, it was
at first thought best to close the build
ing. This would inconvenience the
roomers who were peacefully inclined
equally with their more boisterous
neighbors. But it was said that these
quiet, law-abiding students were re
sponsible, to a large extent, for allow
ing the building in which they lived
to be disturbed by men who had re
spect neither for order nor for proper
ty. In the discussions of the situation
heard on the campus some students
held this view, believing that the
more orderly majority should assert
themselves and , enforce the proper
discipline. Others objected, saying
that they were not "their brother's
keeper" when it came to the regulation
of his personal conduct. It was final
ly decided by the authorities to have
the freshmen leave the Carr Building,
and, with, temptation thus remov
ed, to allow the others to remain on
the condition before mentioned.
Carolina AB R BII PO A E
Hamilton, lb 4 1 1 10 10
Williams, ss 3 1 1 0 1 0
Duncan, 2b 4 0 0 3 1 1
Hackney, cf 4 0 0 .1 0 0
Stewart, rf., p 4 0 1 2 10
Buie, c 2 0 0 8 1 0
Hedgepeth, p 3 0 0 0 1 1
Tiliett, 3b 3 0 0 0 3 0
Bivins, If. 1 0 0 0 1 0
Rose rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
McLean 1 0 0 0 0 0
tPool 1 0 0 0 0 0:
tSwink 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 0 0 0 0 0
Batted for Buie in ninth.
tBatted for Tillet in ninth.
Batted for Bivins in ninth.
The Y.M.C.A. taeasury is in urgent
need of funds. The salaries of the
General Secretary and janitor are two
months in arrears. A number of other
bills are due ahd should be met at
once. The payment of the outstand
ing membership fees would relieve the
situation completely. It is earnestly
requested that they be forthcoming.
Please mail or hand to
R. Thompson Webb, Treas.
OTHER IMPORTANT MEETS FOR
TRACK MEN THE NEXT MONTH
Coach has confidence in the team
also in the season's
Since Coach Carttnell came to the
University to take charge of the track
team, this interesting department of
our athletics has assumed the impor
tance which it deserves. The coach
is well pleased with the manner in
which the students have responded to
the call for good track athletes; and
he announces further that the Univer
sity team, unlike the teams of some
other institutions, is composed entire
ly of home-grown, bona fide students
no imports. With constant daily prac
tice the team is steadily acquiring con
fidence and efficiency,
"I don't know the V. P. I. team,"
said Coach Cartmell yesterday, "but
we will carry a pretty good bunch up
against them." It is not yet definitely
known who will be taken on this trip.
The team is of about the same make
up as it was in the meet with Wake
Forest. However, Everett, who was
last year's half-miler, is out again for
that position. - The events are the
the same with the important exception
that a two-mile run has been added.
The following schedule has been ar
ranged: April 23, V. P. I. at Blacksburg.
" 25, Guilford at Guilford Col
lege. " 30 W. and L. at Chapel Hill.
It is hoped that a state meet, in
which all the colleges of the State
that choose may enter, can be held in
Raleigh about the seventh of May.
Such a contest, it seems, would be an
appropriate close for the season, and
we hope that the arrangement will be
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