UNIVERSITY OP NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL IHLL. N C., WEDNESDAYAPRIL 20, 19
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY, OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
PITTSBURG VS DETROIT
REVfNGE ON GUILFORD
N. G. DEFEATS KENTUCKY
TENNIS TOURNEY BEGINS
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UNIVERSITY CELEBRITIES IN
MOST REMARKABLE GAME
Umpire Garrett's work a decided
feature. Much pitching
Olympus was depopulated Saturday
and the Mighty Ones devoted a whole
afternoon to the mundne game of base
ball. A mighty struggle they had
and they dubbed it "Pittsburg-De-
troit" just to .. show what a world's
Championship game will be when evo
lution has completed its task of per
fecting mankind. Each player was
compelled to give evidence of his ce
lestial origin by offering an affidavit
that he had never played a game of
baseball. Every member of the Di
vine Gang pitched one inning, while
masses of onlookers, mere heroes , and
demi-gods, thronged the sidelines and
rooted like h (heaven of course) for
the objects of their adoration and em
ulation. Mercury, smuggled in under
the very effective disguise of Hand
some Eason the Younger, did the bat
slinging stunt except for the brief pe
riod consequent upon Stacy's with
drawal from the box, when Edmonds
arose to a wrathful point of order and
it seemed as if eighteen players would
appropriate Eason's job. At other
times the best of good feeling was
evinced; in one inning, even, Apollo
alias G. T. Whitley was seen to shed
a tear when he struck out his beloved
Cupid whose playing nomme de
guerre ;was Pug Taylor. The game
was exciting throughout. Dickson
secured a home run on a beautifully
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KIBBONS AND SUITLIES FOR ALL
CAROLINA BATS OUT A VICTORY
AT THE BASEBALL PARK
Bivins and Williams and Cowper
particular stars while whole
Sweet revenge did Carolina take in
Durham Saturday for her defeat at
Guilford's hands here Friday.
On the local diamond until the sixth
only one measly hit could she secure,
but at the new park in Durham she
placed clean hits in every portion of the
field. Chief among the hit-getters was
Bivens. Three clean hits came off his
bat. His base running was rapid and
his fielding without blemish. Many
account him Saturday's star. Though
the chauces were many and hard
"Ham" got them all. His battiug eye
was there too, for besides walking
three times he lined a single over third
in the second inning and scored Cow
per. Besides getting two hits, "Fleet"
Williams did some great fielding at
short. In the box Grimes Cowper
more than made good. In eight inn
ings he held the Guilford sluggers to
four hits and fanned ten of them.
His hitting was fierce. Errors behind
him were costly, and better support
would have meant inuch fewer runs
for Guilford, Tom Rose in right field
played splendid ball. In the fourth
his catch of Moore's difficult fly won
applause. In the ninth with one down
and a man on second Doak hit a long
fly to his field. In his attempt to reach
the ball Rose fell fiat, but by a quick
rise recovered the put-out. He secured
a pretty single in the eighth. Buie
and Armstrong each secured one hit.
Hackney hit the ball terrifically, but
each time placed it in a fielder's
hands, The team on the whole play
ed ball and is coming to its own
1 he game in detal:
1st inning; Carolina, Hackney out
short to 1st. Hamilton walks. Dun
can singles to center. Williams bunts
safe to third. Bivins singles scoring
two. Rose flies out to left. Armstrong
out short to first. 2 hits, 2 runs.
Guilford, Stewart fans. Doak out
pitcher to 1st. Beubow fans, no hits,
2nd; Buie out short to 1st. Cowper
doubles to left center. Hackney out
2nd to 1st. Hamilton singles scoring
Cowper. Duncan safe on error. Wil
liams out short to 1st. 2 hits, 1 run.
Johnson safe on error. Barnes
scratches thru pitcher. Whi taker sing
les, scoring Johnson. Moore doubles to
right scoring Barnes. Davis forces
Moore and Whitaker caught off third.
Free fans 3 hits, 2 runs.
3rd; Bivins singles to center. Rose
sacrifices. Armstrong fans. Buie
touched out by catcher. 1 hit, no runs.
Stewart out short to 1st. Doak Hies
out to left. Benbow out short to 1st.
No hits, no runs.'
4th; Cowper aud Hackney fan. Ham
ilton flies out to pitcher. No hits, no
runs. .. , , .
Johnson fans. " Barnes tagged out by
Buie. Whitaker walks. Moore flies out
to right. No hits, no runs.
5th; Duncan fans. Williams singles
thru 3rd. Bivins sacrifices. Rose fans.
1 hit, no runs.
Davis singles. Shore fans. Stewart
forces Davis. Doak flies out to center.
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PI1CHERS' BATTLE RESULTS IN
VICTORY FOR HEDGEPETH
Bivins secures both Carolina's hits
Rose sends winning run a- j
cross with bunt
In the fastest, snappiest game of
the season Carolina defeated the State
University of Kentucky's strong team
on the local diamond yesterday by the
score of 1 toO.
Carolina made the only run of the
game when Bivens hit a scorching lin
er over first base for three bases. With
one down and Rose at the bat ; Bivens
crossed the plate on Rose's perfect exe
cution of the squeeze play. ' j
The game in detail:
1st. inning: Carolina; Hackney out
at 1st. .Hamilton and Duncan fan. :
Kentucky; Johnston fans. Burris
hits to center. Meadows out 2nd tc
1st. i Ellis walks. Hillenmeyer out
short to 1st.
2nd. Williams fans, Bivins singles
to right. Armstrong flies out to right.
Rose fouls out to 1st.
Giltmer fouls out to catcher. Vogli-
otti fans Scott flies out to left. ;
3rd. Buie and Hedgepeth fan. Hack
ney out pitcher to 1st.
Reis fouls out to catcher. John
ston fans Burris out 2nd to 1st.
4 tli. Hamilton out catcher to 1st
Dutican flies out to 2nd. Williams
out ord to 1st.
Meadows safe on error. Ellis safe on
fielder's choice. Hillenmeyer faus.
Giltmer out pitcher to 1st. Vogliotti
flies out to center.
5th. Bivens out 2nd to 1st. Arm
strong and Rose fan.
Scott safe on error. Reis sacrifices.
Johnston walks. Burris flies out to
short. Meadows fans.
6th. Buie flies out to left, Hedgepeth
to center. Hackney out pitcher to 1st.
Ellis singles to center. Hillenmeyer
sacrifices. Giltmer fans. Vogliotti
flies out to center.
7th. Hamilton out short to 1st. Dun
can out 3rd to 1st. Williams out to
Scott fouls out to catcher. Reis flies
ont to left. Johnston fans.
8th. Bivens triples to right. Arm
strong fans. Rose sacrifices and Biv
ens scores. Buie out short to 1st.
Burris fans. Meadows out pitcher
to 1st. Ellis out 2nd to 1st.
9th. Hedgepeth fans. Hackney
flies out to right. Hamilton safe on
error. Duncan flies out to center.
Hillenmeyer fans. : Giltmer flies out
to right. Vogliotti out 2nd to 1st.
Score by innings:
R H E
Carolina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1
Kentucky 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 2 3
Batteries: Hedgepeth aud Buie; Hill-
enmeyer and Reis.
NUMBER OF CONTESTANTS TO
BE OVER A HUNDRED
Rumor has it that Captain R. W.
Hogue of the Ministerial Club, an ex-
twirler of the University of the South,
has challenged W. R. Edmonds, Cap
tain of the Pittsburg Pirates, of last
week's fame, for a game of ball to be
played on Saturday afternoon next.
As to the personnel of the Ministerial
Club team only a conjecture can be
made, as there are' twenty-two aspir
ants for athletic honors in that or
ganization. , .
Excellent list of prizas to spur on
the settling of singles cham
Despite the threatening .gloom of
the weather the placard containing
the arrangement of the contestants
for the singles tennis championship of
the University was placed in the ath
letic store window Saturday night
with a view that the men might know
with whom to play in the beginning
round to be completed next week.
Bad weather during the early part
of the week prevented play, but it is
hoped that ere the week closes the
tournament will be on in full swing.
Many who are supposedly members
of the association will notice that
their names are not written there.
Only those men are on the placard
who have paid the association's mem
bership fee. Other names will be put
on as the fellows pay up. After the
second round no names will be added.
Seventy-four paid-up members have
enlisted so far. The number will eas
ily pass one hundred. All students
interested in the game should join in
this, the largest tounament ever held
for college championship here. See,
J. W. Lasley Jr., or S. R. Car
rington and pay your membership fees
The champion of " this tourna
ment will recieve as his reward in ad
dition to the title the best racquet on
the market. The finalist, the semi-
finalists and all members of the third
round from the last will receive valu
able prizes, ranging from four dollars
in value down to about two.
Tho intercollegiate tennis has been
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