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OFFICIAL ORGAIST OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA , CHl PEL HILL, N, C. , WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1910
VARSITY LOSES TO CATHOLICS
BY A SCORE OF 12-0 GEORGETOWN "MARCHES
TOWARD SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP" 1
Not an Easy Victory However. Carolinians Deserving
Special Mention for Their. Work Are Brown, j
TiDett, Winston, and Porter
. "Carolina's beef and brawn failed to
stop Georgetown's march toward the
Southern championship on the hill
top gridiron yesterday afternoon, the
Blue and Gray wiping out the defeat
of last year by scoring a touchdown in
the first period of play, Walsh follow
lowing this up later on by two beauti
ful drop kicks from the field, making
Georgetown's sum total for the after
noon 12 points, while- the Tar Heels
were unable to register." - ' '
So much for pur friend, the Wash
ington Post. . ' Georgetown's 1 toiich
' down was due to a piece of mighty
poor judgment by Willie Belk. It hap-
pened in tne nrst quarter, i uc win
olics tried to kick a goal from our 40
yard line. It went wide and rolled
across our goal line. Instead or hold
iner the oval for a touchback and boot
ing it from the 25 yard line,- Belk ran
it back. Tackled 20 yards out tie
dropped the ball and a Hill Topper
fell on it. Walsh and Dunn then
plunged through to the one foot mark
Fullback Ulyman went over 1or the
count. Wymard kicked goal.' i
Walsh got in his first field goal J n
the third period, fromthe 30 yard line
The second came in the final quarter
and was from the 35 yard mark.
The Catholics deserved their victory.
Their team work was of the machine
variety. Their . fighting spirit was
rrnnA " f Tlio wVinlp ' team was : in the
VUUi ' . " MWJt'w - - 7 -
game every minute of play. Barvicel
lo, Walsh, Dunn and Wymard were
the stars. ,
Our bunch deserved to lose.' Their
team work was mighty loose espe
cially as regards interference. V Thir
spirit -well, the majority lacked ' j u
Once in a while they would show, a
flash of real football, but a fumble
would follow and it was all off.
Thete were several, though, who
played jam up ball, but they couldn't
do it all. Brown had plenty of ginger,
and so did uTsing'' Tillett. Bob
Winston put up a sharp defensive
game and cot down under punts in
fine style. , Old "Boney" Porter, how
ever, was the chief occupant of our
part of the limelight. He fought like
a fiend from start'; to finish. He ran
some real interference and also tore off
a number of mighty good gam's. His
fierce tackling would have brought a
rah! rah! from Walter Camp. '
The line up: ,. : I
Georgetown Position Carolina
Carter ; L. E. Winston, Young
Bryant L.T. Garrett
Dailey, Capt. L. G. Thompson, Capt.
Cunniff Center Brown
Fitzgerald R. G. r Parker
Wymard R. T. Abernethy
Barriscello R. E. Applewhite
Walsh Q. " Tillett
Dunn . J L. II. , . Belk
J;':'.;. ' Winston, Calmes
Furry, Carri- ; Ruffin, Calmes,
rigan," H. j' R. H. ' Williams
Vlymen, Kraft F. B; v 1 Porter
Touchdown Vlymen- Goal from
touchdown Wymard. v Goals from
FRESHMEN WIN EASY VICTORY
Some Promising Material Shows Up in 1914 Outfit.
"' High School Boys Unable to 1
Cross the Line
The freshmen ran all over the Bing
hamites from Mebane, Saturday. They
got five touchdowns and safety for 30
pointsrJ:p(E j4.a::s';: : ul I:: ' i ;:,:: ; ; ' ! .'
The first year gentlemen scored in
each quarter. They put over their
first touchdown in the first 36 seconds
of play. The second came in the first
10 seconds of the second period. They
finished the period by hanging on to a
safety. Another touchdown came jin
the third section and two in the fourth.
1914 has a nice outfit well balanced
all around. Worth, Blackmer, Janes,
Clark and Hanes look especially good.
Worth's booting was on a ' par wijth
what the Varsity has been getting off.
The fourteens will; give" somebqdy
good nice lor the class bunting, v
The Mebane bunch is punky.' They
showed little "knowledge of the new or
old rules. Ralph, W. at quarter was
Clark ' ;;l-,e ,-Saratt
Morrow' ' "''l.'t:' ' 'Ralph" G.
Hummel l..g. llord
Harper I c:'! Leach
Harden .'r.'gV " Craig
Parker . J V,1 t ; Newman
Blackmer -' r.' e. - . Daughtridge
Allen q. ' 'RalphVW-
Worth (CaptO'. . Taor (Capt.)
Hanes- ' wr, li. - . Powell
Jones- hfA" f,b. - Atkinson
Time of game: Four .ten minute
periods. Relereer John Tillet, Um
pire: , Ernest McLean.", : Field Judge:
"Sefe" Blalock. ; "
BIBLE STUDY CONFERENCE AT RALEIGH
" Dr. Rutin Goes to Warhington " f ;
The following announcement has
been made . to his- .many, Charlotjle
friends in a neatly printed card:
'. "Mr. Thomas Ruffin announces his
retirement from the law faculty of -the
University of North Carolina and the
opening of an -.office.-for. the general
practice of law at rooms 1 and 2 Fed
eral building, Washington, D. C. Tel
ephone. Main 7305.'? V. ' :
Mr. Ruffin was a member of ; the
late firm of Ruffin and' Preston in this
city, and was held in high esteem by
the legal fraternity of Charlotte. His
connection with the law. department
of the University - of North Carolina
has' given '' him a fine standing in
North Carolina. -' Charlotte Observer.
- i ' Dance in Zeta Psi Hall ' ; ! 1
The youngef unmarried men of the
Faculty gave a very; enjoyable dance
on Saturday evening in" the Zeta .Psi
Hall, complimentary ' to the 'young
ladies of the village. The -dance was
lead by Mr. J. MacCauley Costner, as
sisted by Mr,r Hickerson. Music for the
occasion was furnished by three mem
bers of the college orchestra. Besides
the stags, there ; were about twelve
couples that participated. '
field Walsh (2. ) Re feree Dr. , Lar-
kin of Georgetown. Umpire-; Mr.
Armstrong of .Yale. Field -judge-
Mr. Givens of Georgetown . Head
linesman Mr Stewart of North Caro
lina. Assistants Dr. Hudson and
Mr. Soainhour. Timers Mr. Givens
and Mr. JWilliams. Time .of 'quarters
12 minutes each. Final score
Georgetown.' 12; North Carolina, 0. ,'-
Many Good Speakers Among Whom Were Dr. Moore
of Richmond Seminary and Dr. Mitchell ,
of S. C University
The North Carolina Students' An
nual, Bible Institute, which met with
A. & M, College, at Raleigh, October
28 to 30th, was deemed one of the very
best ever held in the State. There
were over one hundred delegates in at
tendance upon the institute, repre
senting the various schools and col
leges of North Carolina. Among the
schools and colleges represented were
the following: A. & M., the Univer
sity, Wake Forest, Davidson, Elon,
Guilford, Warren ton High School,
Trinity, Bingham of Mebane, Buie's
Creek, Oak Ridge and Trinity Park
High School. :
,Tbe institute was opened Friday
night with a strong address on the
"Bible,? by Rev. W. W. Moore, D. D.,
President of Union Theological Semi
nary, of Richmond. Saturday was
taken up with the discussions of meth
ods and problems of Bible study in the
colleges and high schools. Mr. Wil
lis, Student Secretary of the Charles
ton, S. C, Y. M. C. A. work, con
ducted a discussion on Bible study jn
general. He was followed by Mr.
Hall, Secretary of the University Y.
M. C. A., who made a short talk on
"Methods of Maintaining Interest in
Bible Study." Mr. C. G. Hounshell,
missionary to Korea, closed the mortt
'i ;."..-session with-a -missionary ad
dress. In the afternoon Messrs. Willis
and Bergthold gave short talks on
''Student Evangelism" and "Spring
Training of Leaders." '
The A. & M. Athletic Association
gave, the delegates free tickets to foot
ball game, where they marched ina
body to cheer for A. & M. At eight
o'clock the delegates gathered in the
college chapel to find a delightful ban
quet prepared by the ladies of West
Raleigh. Dr. Hill, President of A. &
M. College, acted as toastmaster, and
several gentlemen responded appro
priately. I .
The institute was favored with two
strong addresses Sunday from Dr. C.
S. Mitchell, President of the Univer
sity of South Carolina, and Rev. H.
M. North, of Raleigh. After hearing
the reports of the various committees,
the institute was closed Sunday night
by singing "Blest Be the That Binds."
The University was well represented
at the institute, nineteen delegates
being in attendance the largest del
egation of any college. And since re
turning the men have been talking of
the good times they had, of the cor
dial welcome which A. & M. College
gave them, and of the generous hos.
pitality of the people of Raleigh, who
entertained them and made their visit
Attention County Chios
The County Clubs are 'requested to
report the names of their officers at
once either to Mr. Cy Thompson or Dr.
W. S. Bernard, as it is desired to pub
lish a full list of these in a special
issue of Thk Tar Heel. !
TRACK SCHEDULE COMPLETED
SOME MORE CREDITABLE WORK ON THE PART OF
COACH CARTMELL'S TRACK MEN v
Only about ten Seniors have had
Yackety Yack pictures made. Remem
ber this work has to be done by' Nov.
10th. If you get left out it is up to
you. We nave warned you.
'' . -;- 'r Committee.
Hoffman, Parseley, Llorens, and Sears Prize Winners.
Cross Country Race of five Miles
".the Next. Event, ,' . '
The schedule of track events which
was announced for SaturdayVas post
poned until Monday afternoon on ac
count of the cold weather. On Mon
day the events and their results were as
follows: -- '"v -j " : '
880 yards. Standard s minutes 8
seconds. Spence, Hoffman, Solomon,
McLendon, Shu ford, Drane. Time,
2 6 3-5. First, Hoffman; second, Sol
omon; third, Spence. , :
220 yards Hurdle. Standard 28 sec
onds. . Barker, Wood, Parsley, Blalock.
Time, 28 4-5. ' First, Barker; second,
Wood; third, Blalock. ' ? ' ' :
220 yards Dash. Standard ' 24 sec
onds. Hoffman, Solomon, Graham,
Hummel, Sears. Time, 25 1-5. First,
Hoffman; second,' Sears; third, Solomon.-
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Pole Vault. - Standard 9 feet 8 inch
es. Carter, k Strong, Carter, J. A.,
Blalock. Parslev " Height, 9 feet 8
inches. First. Parsley; second, Bla
lock; third, Strong.
Two Mile Run. Standard ll,min-r
utes. Hoffman, Llorens, Cobb. Time,
10 19 2-5. First, Llorens; third,, Cobb.
High Jump. Parsley, Field. Gra
ham,. Emmet. egjhtv5 feet 2 inches..
First, Grahamfsecond, Parsley;.' third,
Officials: Timer, N. J. Cartmell.
Starter, A. M. Atkinson. Judges at
Finish, Dr. Lawson,.. Dr. Royster,
Roach t Stewart.. Announcer, jThomas
E. Moore. . . - , ;: , . ,
Those who took prizes on Friday, and
Monday were; Sears, 100 dash; Hoff
man, both the mile and half mife race;
Llorens, the two mile rape; Parsley,
the pole vault. "The silver' medals,
which will be presented to these ' men,
arp trivpti bv Robert Bridffers. a star
football and track man of the class of
08. Besides these medals there are
two other valuable prizes offered, as
previously announced, by (he mer
chants of Chapel Hill for the men mak
ing the greatest and the second great
est number of points. The first prize,
an $8.00 sweater, goes to Hoffman, who
took twenty points; the second, a $4.00
pair of track shoes, was won by Capt.
Parsley, who came second with thir
teen points. '
Another important event for track
men, which will come off some time be
tween Thanksgiving and' Christmas,
will be the cross country road race of
four or five miles. Prizes will be given
to those winning first, second, third and
fourth places. Coach Cartmell wishes
to know as soon as possible who will en
ter for this race. u
Notice to Debaters
Every man who intends to enter . for
one of the spring debates with Geor
gia or Virginia is requested to select
a query that he would be w"ltng(, to
debate and to turn in this query, sealed,
to the secretary , ; of , thej debaters'
Union, Mr. C. E. Mcintosh. All
queries should be turned in this week.,
. f If you want to save, $35.00 on a type
writer, talk to Cy., Thompsori about
the ROYAL,: j,.. ; .v '