UNIVERSITY OP NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
NORTHERN TOUR NOW ON
MORE COUNCIL BUSINESS
GOOSE EGG TO VIRGINIA
DAVIDSON GIVES UP SECOND
CAROLINA GOES UP AGAINST
A HARD SCHEDULE
Davidson, Virginia, Navy, Washing
ton and Lee, and Georgetown
in six days
Cantain "Red" Stewart together
with twelve others of the basebal
squad departed Wednesday afternoon
amid student hurrahs, for the North
em trip of the season. A large crowd
of students gathered about the well to
give the team a send-off with yells for
eac.h man and cheers for the whole
Accompanying Captain Stewart
under whose direction the team is to be
while on the trip, were: Manager
Dra np and his assistaut. E. F. Mc-
Culloch; Iledgepeth and Cowper
pitchers; Buie, catcher; Hamilton,
Duncan, Williams, Armstrong, infield
ers; Bivens, Hackney, Rose, outfield
ers; Tillett and Swink, utiltiy men.
The team has a heavy . schedule
while on the trip playing six games
on consecutive days. On Ihursday
Davidson was scheduled. On Friday-
Virginia at Charlottesville. From
Charlottesville the team went north to
Annapolis where they play the Navy
this afternoon. On Monday and Tues-
dav Carolina plays Washington and
Lee. Georgetown at Washington
completes the trip.
The team is in good condition and
has been playing good, ball for the
past lew games. Of the games still
to be played Carolina will have to
hustle to get her share. 1 he Navy
while not so strong as in former years,
has a team to be watched. Washing
ton and Lee has the strongest team in
years. Georgetown's is also a good
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COMMITTEE OFFERS TWO RE
PORTS FOR CONSIDER
ATION Every student expected to be pres
ent at mass meeting at 2:15 in
The committee of seven men ap
pointed to draw up a statement of the
wishes of the student body in regard
to the status of the student govern
ment body gave in a majority and a
minority report Wednesday night. W.
R. Edmonds for the majority, which
consisted of J. W. Moore, William
Joyner, W. F. Hendricks, Lenoir Av
ery, Walter White, and Edmonds, re
ported as granting the right of appeal,
the appeal to be made as follows: the
defendant must show to the faculty
committee that he has not had a fair
deal in his trial. The faculty commit
tee shall then notify the council of a
new trial, and the new trial shall take
place before the council and five other
students who shall be elected each
year, three from the senior and two
from the junior class, as members of
this appelate board.
Mr. F L Graham made a minority
report: first, that his conception of the
honor system excluded the right of ap
peal from the University Council; sec
ond, if the students wish to retain the
right of appeal and the faculty com
mittee and trustees maintain the invi
obility of this right, the appeal shall
be to the faculty committee, with the
president of the student council ex of.
do a member ot committee with priv
ilege of discussion and power to vote
third, that he opposed the proposition
of the majority to elect a new commit'
tee of five to constitute an ap
pelate body on grounds that such an
appelate board would be not a natural
outyrowth of our self government sys
tern and an institution, "artificial, and
madc-to-order and dangerously cum
Tn another reoort made for the
whole committee, Mr. Graham pro
posed to have on the University Coun
cil a deleate-at-la.rge from the whole
itudent body, believing that such
lelegate would serve to more closely
elate the student body and the coun
cil. He proposed an annual inaugura
tion of the members of the council hop-
iiirthat such an event would serve to
bring out clearly and soon the existence
purpose, ideals, and method of student
self government and the honor sys
The meeting adjourned without dis
cussion until Saturday at 2:15 p. m.
WITH OTHER COLLEGES
Guilford College, April 16. Good
interest is being developed at Guilford
in track athletics. A new track bas
just been surveyed and the boys are
busily engaged in its construction. A
line scheme is being matured for an
athletic iield and club house, which is
a very desirable convenience. Guil
ford has ample grounds for all such
necessities, and it is to be hoped that
through the interest of th; members
of the alumni association many im
provements in this line may be effect
Wake Forest, April 16. About two
years ago the people of this State and
of other States of the South were in
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STEWART PITCHES MAGNIEI
CENT GAME AT CHARLOTTESVILLE
Errors mixed with timely hits give to
Ca:-3liit tli a only three runs
: during game
Virginia went down in the encoun
ter with Captain Stewart and on yes
tereve. In Charlottesville they fought
the game, and 3 to 0 tells the tale.
Watched by two states, the teams
crossed bats at 4:00 P. M., and strug
gled till half past six. In Charlottes
ville, by s;ght, in Chapel Hill, Salis
bury, Greensboro, and Winston by
wire eager students and loyal alumni
watched eagerly for news and when
Hitch Hied to Hamilton in the ninth
great was the joy to Carolina suppor
ters. - '-y- ": -''
Considering the defeats in Greens
boro and Charlotte, and the one to
nothing game for fourteen innings
with Harvard Carolina hardly hoped for
a shut out game. But Captain Stewart's
arm was at its best. His pitching
was invincible. The few hits secured
were scattered, and it was impossible
to connect when a hit meant a run.
Truly indeed, did "Reddy" repeat his
stunt of last year, and rob Virginia of
the glories of Greensboro and Char
lotte. ; ;
Culbertson, for Virginia was hit
roundly in the second inning. After
he had passed Duncan, Stewart ad
vanced him on a hit and run play. On
Fitchett's error of Hackney's grounder
Duncan came home. Rose fanned.
Bivins hit to right, scoring Hackney.
Armstrong singled thru third, Bivins
taking third. Hitch muffed Buie's
drive, and Bivins scored. Hamilton
flied to catcher. Two hits in the
second combined with two errors had
netted Carolina three runs.
Witmer's pitching was a distinc
feature. He and Stewart divide
The game in detail:
1st inning: : N. C. Buie fouls out to
1st. Hamilton walks. Williams fans.
Va. Pickford. Lile, and Fitchett
2nd. Duncan walks. Stewart bunts
to 1st and is out. Hackney safe on er
ror of short, Duncan scores. Hack
nev on second. Rose fans. Bivens
hits to right for one, scoring Hackney.
Armssrong singles thru 3rd. Buie
safe on error, Bivens scores. Hamil
ton fouls out to catcher. 2 hits,
Douglas walks. Hume sacrifices.
Blakeny hits into double play.
3rd. Williams flies out to center. Dun
can grounds out to 2nd. Stewart fans.
Hitch walks. Roan out 2nd to 1st.
Brown, batting for Cuiberison, flies
out to catcher. Pickford hit by ball.
Lile safe on error. Fitchett out pitch
er to 1st.
4th. '' Wilmer goes in the box for
Va. Hackney flies out to 1st. Rose
ans. Bivens out 3rd to 1st.
Douarlass fans. Hume hits thru
pitcher. Blakeney and Hitch tan.
5th. Armstrong out 2nd to 1st. Buie
flies out to center. Hamilton fans.
Roan flies out to center. Witmer
fans. Pickford out 3rd to 1st.
6lh. Williams out 3rd to 1st. Dun
can fans. Stewart singles to left.
TERRIFIC BATTING BRINGS
ANOTHER GAME TO CAROLINA
Hitting of Duncan, Rose, and Hedg
peth features in uphill game
For a short while it looked like Da
vidson was going to win the game
played at Davidson Thursday, but Car
olina won by severe hitting, batting
in a 9 to 6 victory.
Hopes were high at Davidson when
bunched hits in the first inning netted
them four runs. It looked like things
were easy. But Harry Iledgepeth
toed the slab, and the run-getting
ceased. No more until the eight inning
could Davidson cross the rubber.
Bailey began the game in good form,
but in the second and fourth innings
the Carolina lads pounded him merci
lessly. Cla'k then replaced him, and
held the game more in hand.
The hitting-of the game was fierce.
Carolina batted out twelve hits to Da
vidson's seven. At almost regular in
tervals some player would bat the ball
up near the fence. The batting of
Duncan, Rose, and Iledgepeth was
brilliant. Kluttz, Clark, and Boswell
secured long hits. for Davidson.
Despite some ragged edges the field
ing of both teams was at a high mark.
Only two errors were credited against
Carolina, four going to Davidson.
Davidson took the lead in the first
inning" with four runs, driving Cowper
from the box. In the second, Carolina
began to get next to Bailey, who be
gan for Davidson, and to even matters
up a bit. The second ended, Davidson
four, Carolina two. The fourth proved
the undoing of Bailey. Four runs
were added to Carolina's total and
Clark was summoned from center field
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