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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N C WEDNESDAY, MA Y 4, 19
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
LONDON ASSURANCE MAY 5 N O. 5 -CENTRAL OF KY. 3
LEADING MAN WELL AGAIN AND N. C. PLAYS RAGGED IN BEGINNING
PLAY WILL SOON BE PULLED OFF
Attraction promises to be the best yet pre
sented by the dramatic Club. Resume
of plays already given
"London Assurance" will, for a cer
tainty, be presented by the Dramatic
Club on Thursday night. For some
years past college drarailics have
AND STEWART NOl EFFECTIVE
"Red improves all the way through. Bat
ting of Bivins and Hamilton features,
along with Hackney's wonderful catch
Carolina defeated the Central Uni
versity of Kentucky on the local dia
mond Monday by the score of 5 to 3.
"The game started with a rush. Vin-
flounshed at the University, and theson, for Kentucky, hit clean. Arnold
efforts of the students have always, bunted down first base line. Stewart
been attended with more or less sue- fielded the hall, but thinking- it was
cess. rroDaoiy upon no piay yet ioul clul not throw to first. The ball
presented has so much care been ex
pended as upon the present production
of "London Assurance". For the first'
time, a chance to make gfood in some
was called fair, and a hit scored
Webber caused exactly the same play
by a bunt down the third base line.
With the bases full and none down
part was offered to every student in j Carolina executed a brilliant triple
the University vho was willing- to play, allowing-only Vinson to score.
try. Thirty candidates, altogether, J j Al ter the third inning- no hits were
presented themselves? After repeated ( gotten off Stewart. He fanned ten
competitive trials before an able com-j and walked only two. He was in
mittee, twelve of these men were final- trim shape.
ly selected for the actors. Director j The hitting- of Bivins and Hamilton
Vermont immediately set to work to was severe. Bivins hit three times
get the play in proper shape, and .by safely, Hamilton twice. Swink, who
long nightly rehearsals it has been ' batted for Stacy in the fourth, lined a
built up and polished until every scene ' beauty to right-center. The entire
is gone through easily, and with snap team hit the ball on the nose, and
their stick work was aggressive.
: The playing of Vinson at short
was the feature for the visitors.
The game in detail:
First inning: Kentucky; Vinson
singles to center. Arnold and Webber
in bunt safely; Seelbach into a triple
CAROLINA DEFEATS W. AND L N. C. 8- CENTRAL OF KY. 3
NY C. FINISHES EXCITING TRACK
MEET WITH GOOD MARGIN", 64-44
As to the play itself, it may be said,
that it is a delightful extravaganza.
It was written chiefly to amuse, and
incidentally to teach a lesson. There
is a laugh in nearly every line of it.
Being first produced in London
1841, it was, in fact, the "furor
London during the htties. certainly jng pUled off. "
it is worth while for anyone who likes j 3uie fans. Will ams flies out to cen
to laugh to sit for two hours or more, ter Duncan walks. Stewart flies out
and follow the fortunes of proud, 1 to short.
Continued to fourth page
I 2nd. Waller fans. Pritchard safe on
les. On attempt to catch Dosker atj
Winston, Parsley, Atkininson, Thompson,
Hoffman, and the rest of the team do
star work for Carolina
i In the prettiest track meet ever wit
nessed on the local field, Carolina de
feated Washington and Lee Saturday
by the safe margin of 64 to 44. Al tho
Carolina finished with a lead of twenty
points, the score stood at one time 36
to 36 and considerable ' anxiety ' was
felt as to the final outcome.
Neither was handicapped by. a lack
of men to enter as Washington and
Lee brought twenty men on tjieir
team. Each event gave place to as
many entries as the track would ac
commodate. ' Carolina took eight first
places and Washington and Lee took
three. iOn the other hand seven of
the second places swelled the score for
Washington and Lee. Eight third
places also went to them.
Carolina's men are still busy lower
ing and raising state records. Hoff
man, who was the holder of the state
record of the half mile at 2:05 1-5,
lowered his own record 2 1-2 seconds,
and seemed capable of doing more.
Parsley made a new record in the pole
vault by clearing the bar at 10ft 3in.
He cleared the bar neatly tho on the
Other features of the meet were:
Winston running in the 100 yds and
220 yds! The first he made in l-5sec.
of the state record. In the latter he
finished with a good lead. In the high
hurdles Ruffin finished so close to Sat
terfield that it was almost the unani
mous opinion of the bystanders that
he had tied. No one kicked on the
decision however. In the hammer
HEDGPETH HELD KENTUCKIANS
SAFE AT ALL STAGES
14 a me for
! 2nd Pritchard scores Fagan flies ont . throw Atkinson beat his own record
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Hamilton singles to left, Hackney
safe on error, Stacy fans. Bivins
singles scoring- Hamilton. Armstrong
out pitcher to 1st, Hackney caught at
3rd. Vinson safe on error. Arnold
walks, and is caught on attempt to
steal. Webber sacrifices. Seelbach
hits safely scoring Vinson. Seelbach
caught at Snd.
Buie walks. Williams fans Dun
can out 3rd to 1st. Stewart walks.
Buie scores on passed ball. Hamilton
out 2nd to 1st.
4th. Waller fans. Pritchard sing
les. Wilkerson forces Pritchard Dos
Hackney flies out to 3rd. Swink
singles. Bivins flics out to left. Arm
strong flies out to 3rd.
of 113ft. by 3 l-2in
100 yd Dash
Winston, N.C. first; Glass, W. and L.
second; Stone, W. and h. third. Time,
Williams, N.C. first; Clark, W. and L.
second; Ingram, W. and L. , third
Height, 5ft 3iu.
Hoffman, N. C. first; Andorton, W.
L.; second, Stone, W. and L, third.
Time, 2min. 2 4-5sec.
Parsley, N.C, and Robbins, W. and L.
tieTor first; Lrrick, W. and h. and
Satterfield, W. and L. tie for third.
220 yd Dash
Winsloii, N.C. first; Glass, W. and h.
second;"A1exander, N.C. third. Time,
Hamilton, Duncan, and Hedgpeth bat -with
vim. Carolina makes five
Carolina won the last game of the
sc'.icdule yesterday by an 8 to 3 victory
over the Central University of Ken
Hard hitting won the tho
Carolina. In hit getting
and DjiiCti i were the stars,
three hits eicii oat of f jur
bat , : -V
Carolina played an aggressive game
throughout. There was no lagging
of play. Every member of the team
worked hard. .
Hedgpeth was steady and had ; the
visitors at hisr mercy Tolin was diiv
en from tho b x in three innings, Fa
gan. who succeeded him, fared little
The game in detail:
Is. inning: Kentucky; Vinson safe
011 error. Goes to 3rd on wild throw.
Arnold fans. Vinson caught on at
tempted sqeeze. Webber singles. Seel
bach walks. Waller Hies out to short.
Carolina; Buie flies out to right.
Williams out short to 1st. Duncan
flies out to 1st.
2nd. Priichard and Wilkerson fan.
fans, safe ; on error. Tolin
wiinliimiiil to third pajju.
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I Buie fouls out to catcher. Duncan Satterfield, W. and h. first; Ruffin,
'out to 1st unassisted. Williams out N.C. second; Burke, W. and L. third
'3rd to 1st.
6th. Webber flies out. to
Seelbach out, short ; to 1st.
walks. Pritchard fouls out to catcher.
Stewart singles to left, Hamilton to
right. Hackney . sacrifices. Stewart
scores on wild pitch. Rose singles
scoring Hamilton. Bivins beats out a
pretty bunt. Rose caught at 3rd.
Armstrong out 3rd to 1st
Time, 16 4-5sec.
440 yd Run
7th. Wilkerson out pitcner 10 isi
Dosker and Fagan fan.
Continued to fourth page.
Waller G'ass W. and L. first; Wakely, N.C.
second; 1 eague, JN.C. third. Time,
I Hammer Throw
Atkinso 1, N.C. first; Thompson, N.C.
second; Kinnear, W. and L. third.
Distance, 113ft 3 l-2in.
j Broad Jump
1 Belk, N.C. first; Clark, W. and L.
second; Williams, N.C. third. Distance
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