OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OP' NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1910
CAROLINA LOSES TO VIRGINIA
TAR HEELS PUT UP A MAGNIFICENT FIGHT, BUT
LOSE BY SCORE OF 70
The Result of the Game in Doubt Until the End. Ira
mense Crowd Witnesses the Game.
Carolina Cheering Good
Virginia again wins from us by
small score in one of the hardest fights
ever seen in the Broad Street Park at
Richmond. The weather was idea
and the cheering thousands of loya
supporters with their profuse array o
college colors made a pleasing pic
Both teams were strong on the de
fense and weak on offense. Carolina
had a bit the best of it on weight but
Virginia made up for this in speed.
The punting of Bowen and the mag
nificent running of Todd stand out in
the limelight for Virginia
For Carolina we must say that every
man was there, and we who saw the
game have only praise tor the men
who lost but were not licked. The
game was not brilliant or spectacular
; at any time except when Todd caugh
( up a fumbled punt and dashed 70 yards
I for a touchdown. The only other
score of the game was made when
Bowen kicked over our goal line, Belk
touching the ball in fair ground and
then touched it back for a safety
1st ouarter. The referee's whistle
blew at 2:43 and the game was on
Virginia won the toss and elected to
Wick ilT;' ' Gc-ver k iclcs - off 1 to "Tnable
on Tv. C.'s 10 vard line. Yen re
turns in 22 vard "line. Winston luin-
bles-. ,n first play, but recovers and
makes 2 vards through center. Porter
:ulds Belk kicks to Berkk-y on
Va.'s 5) iird li,ie. He is downed in
bis tracks. Tuld fails to gain un an
end run. Va. kicks to N. C.'s 15 yard
line. Belk returns 5. Va.. is penal
ized 5 for side play. Belk makes 2.
Porter ma kes 5. Berkle v kicks .7
yards around end. Va. kicks to N.
C.'s 40 yard line. Ruffin makes 1 and
Winston adds 7 more through 1. t.
Belk and Bowen exchange kicks,
Bowen gaining 15 yards on exchange.
Carolina's ball on her 30 yard line.
Belk no pain. Penalized 15 yards for
holding. Belk kicks to N. C.'s 40
yard line. Driver gains 4. Todd no
gain. Va. fails to make forward pass
to N. (., recovering ball on her 40 yard
line. Belk makes 3. Ruffin 2 yards.
N. C. kicks to mid field, ball going out
of bounds. Carolina off side penalized
S yards. Todd gains 10 yards. Ball
on N. C.'s 40 yard line. Todd gains 1.
Berkley loses 2. A forward- pass is
incomplete and N. C. gets ball on her
45 yard line. Ruffin makes 1. Porter
adds 9. Winston makes 1.
2nd quarter. Honaker takes Berk
ley's place. Belk kicks to Virginia's
30 yard line. Todd fumbles. N. C.
recovers on Virginia's 35 yard line.
Belk makes 6. Winston makes for
ward pass to Applewhite, who fum
bles, but recovers on Virginia's
Winston attempts goal
It falls short, and Honaker
yards. Virginia kicks to
Belk kicks to Virginia's 10
Honaker is downed in his
tracks Virginia kicks to mm neia.
Belk returns 5. Virginia penalized 5
for offside play. Porter makes 3, and
then 2 over center. N. C kicks to
Va.'s 5 yard line. Porter hurt; timed
lout. He resumes play. .
Belk gets Bowen's kick on Virginia's
45 yard line. : Belk no gain. For
ward pass Winston to Applewhite
nets 9. Porter fails to gain the neces
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sary yaru, anu nan goes to Virginia
on her 36 yard line. Driver nc gain
Va. kicks to N. C.'s 20 yard line. Belk
kicks out of bounds on N. C.'s 32 yard
line. - Ruffin gets Honaker' s forward
pass on N. C.'s 27 yard line. Belk
kicks 50 yards to Todd, who returns 15
yards. Honaker loses 3. Bowen gets
off the longest kick of the day; it goes
over Belk's head; he touches it and be
fore he can stop is behind N. C.'s goal;
ne toucnes oack ana rereree rules it is
a safety. '
N C. scrimmages, from 25 yard line
Winston gains 10 off tackle. Belk
kicks to Virginia's 45 yard line. Time
up; end of first half. Score: Virginia
2, N. C. 0.
Rooters and bands of both teams are
pretty quiet during intermission.
3rd quarter. Virginia kicks to Ruf
fan, who returns 10 yards to N. C. s 20
yard line. Porter makes 5 on fake
kick. Abbey loses 4 yards on tackle
around play. " Belk kicks to Virginia's
50 yard line. Honaker falls as he tries
to side step. Virginia kicks to N. C.'s
25 yard line. Belk makes 5. Winston
no gain. On fake kick Belk kicks to
Virginia's 45 yard line. . The ball goes
over loads head. .tie tumbles, and
falls; he leaps to his feet and dashes 70
yards for a touchdown. He fails ; on
an easy goal. Virginia kicked oft to
Ruffirtr-wha. returned 20 yards -to N
C.'s 25 yard line.; .Winston fumbles
and loses, 5 vards. X. C. kicks to Va.'s
45 yard line. Honaker returns 10.
Todd makes 3. Honaker 2. Belk
kicks out of bounds on N. C.'s 15 yard
ine. Belk's forward pass went to
Bowen. who fumbled, and Driver for
Virginia recovers. N. C. stops three
rushes into ber line and the ball goes
over on her 20 yard line. Belk drives
a long spiral to Virginia's 40 yard line.
Honaker is fiercely tackled by three N.
C. men and drops ball. Garrett recov-
ers. in . , j. tries ; rorwara pass.
Paiikey recovers. Virginia kicks 35
yards to Winston, who is downed in
Two plays at Virginia's line fail to
. 1i . t ,
gain tne necessary distance.; neiK
makes on side kick. Honaker fum
bles. Applewhite recovers and dashes
to Virginia's 3 yard line. He stumbles
and falls there. The referee calls
play back. Virginia's ball. Todd
Va. kicks to N. C.'s '10 yard line;
Belk returns. 10 yards; Belk kicks 40
yards, to Todd, who is downed in his
tracks; Va. loses 7 yards on a fumble;
Bowen kicks to N. C.'s 25 yard line;
Va. penalized 15 yards for holding N.
C.'s ball on her 40 yard line; Winston
and' Applewhite make 5 yards on short
orward pass. Time up; third quar-
ter. Score, va. ; in. . u. ,
Fourth quarter: Porter makes 3; N.
C. kicks fo Todd, on Va.'s 30 yd line;
Va. kicks 30 yds, to Belk; Abbey no
gain and Winston and Venable make
9 yds on forward pass. N. C. kicks to
Va.i's 10 yd line; Va returns on first
down, and Holliday recovers on Va.'s
50 yd line. Va. kicks to N. C.'s 25 yd
ine; Belk kicks to Va.'s 5o yd line.
Honaker is hurt and forced to retini;
Grant' succeeds him as quarter. Todd
makes 7 around r; e. but Va. loses 15 1
on next play for holding; Bowen kicks North Carolina, 0.
Y. M. C A. ADDRESS BY DR. SMITH
Dr. Smith Talks at Tuesday Night Meeting about 'The
Call to the Ministry
Last Tuesday night Rev. Dr. Smith,
at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, made
anj interesting talk on "The Call to
the Ministry,'; Dr. Smith said that a
person, in order to have a call to the
ministry, must have a realization of
thfe needs of humanity and a heart re
sponsive to those needs. He said, also,
that a. candidate for the ministry
should be free from any serious phys
icll infirmity, and that he should be
under no responsibility to support any
one outside of. his immediate family.
Tae work of a minister calls tor abun
dant preparation. A liberal knowl
edge of philosophy and theology is
essential; and a general knowledge of
miny other1 branches of study, such as
Eglish, history and the classics, is
necessary. : ";
Dr. Smith used many appropriate
il lustrations in developing i his talk.
H spoke interestingly of his own call
to the ministry. He said that when
he first' thought of becoming a minis
ter the idea was rather unpleasant to
him, but on thinking it over he could
not resist the call. He spoke of the
preparation that Moses received for
work1 as a minister and leader of
Hebrews. After receiving the
be$t education that could be had at his
time, Moses spent one-third of his life
in the wilderness almost alone in med
itation, as a further preparation for
CAPT. THOMPSON TO TEACH
LEAVES FOR DURHAM WHERE HE WILL BEGIN
WORK ON MONDAY
Carolina's Big Football Captain for 1910 Elected Prin
cipal of the Lakewood Park School
To Be Back Next Year
Captain E. A. Thompson, of the foot
ball team, returned from Richmond
last night and left this morning for
Durham, N. C., where he has been
elected principal of the Lakewood
Park school. Captain Thompson suc
ceeds Mr, Russell Dellinger, a '10
Carolina man who lately resigned.
He will begin his work Monday.
Captain Thompson intends coming
back to the- University1 next year to
complete his senior work. .
25 yds to Calmes; Belk kicks 25 yds,
and .Bowen kicks 50 to N. C.'s 25 yd
line; Porter makes 5; forward pass is
incomplete, and Belk kicks to niidfield;
Todd returns to N. C.'s 50 yd line;
Jones makes 10, Driver makes 4, Grant
adds 2; Todd goes 5 yds for first down
ball on N. C.'s 20 yd line. Driver
bucks 12 yds through center, and fum
bles ball on N. C.'s 8 yd line. Garrett
recovers; Winston makes 6 on take
kick; Belk kicks 40 yds to Grant, who
returns to N. C.'s 40 yd line. Va.
gains 15 yds on forwaad pass. Todd
oses 5; Grant . fails attempted field
g-oal. Ball is scrimmaged from 25 yd
ine: Belk kicks 35 yds to niidfield;
Todd is downed in his tracks. Hasty
succeeds Applewhite, who is hurt;
Bowen trains 10' yds on fake kick.
Hasty makes good tackle and the game
Dances Next Week
The annual fall dances of the Junior
Order of the Gorgan's Head and the
German Club will be given next Thurs
day and Friday nig ht, December 1st
The Junior Order dance on Friday
night will be led by Bob Hanes, and
Sandy Graham will lead the German
dance. Levin's orchestra will furnish
music for the occasion.
The Glee Club. i
This year the Glee Club is composed
of the following gentlemen:
First Tenors Warren, Shofner, Rud
isill, Pember, Ellis.
Second Tenors Huffman, Gattis,
Hanes, Payne, Barbee, White.
First Basses Rights, Parsley, Whit
taker, Andrews, Worth, Guthrie.
Second Basses Lassiter, Walker,
Sawyer, Whitaker, Leonard, Larkiu.
It is found to be ; an impossibility to
have a concert, as it was hoped to
have, next Friday night; nevertheless,
the boys are working hard to prepare
for the trips they will make next
spring. The club will not make its
autumnal tour this year.
Virginia. Position. ' N.Carolina.
Hewitt. 1. e. Hasty
Cecil 1. 1. Garrett
Pankey 1. g. Thompson, Cap.
Holliday c. Brown
Towles r. g. MacLean
Geyer, Cap. r. t. Abernethy
Bowen r. e. Venable
Honaker q. "Winston
Todd 1. h. Belk
Driver r. h. Raffin, Calmes
Jones f . b. Porter
Summary: Touchdown, Todd; safe
ty, Belk. 'v,- -;'
Officials: Referee, Barry, George
town; umpire, Hampden-Sydney; field
judge, Witt, V. M. I.; head lineman,
Time of quarters: 15 minutes.
Score: University of Virginia, 7;
Frank Graham Speaks to Students
Carolina's final mass meeting before
the big game was a splendid exhibi
tion of true Carolina spirit. While not
having the usual amount of noise and
hullabaloo, the meeting was pervaded
with a profound determination by the
students to stand behind the team.
College spirit flowed high, and when
Frank Graham walked into the hall,
unexpected to all, a climax of good
feeling was reached, and a storm of
applause that would put to shame a
small thunder cloud was a worthy trib
ute : to the man and to the cause in
which all were so interested.
Frank Graham's speech, though
short, was one of the most touching
appeals to to true Tar Heels that has
ever been made in Chapel Hill. His
tribute to the student body, to the Uni
versity and to North Carolina thrilled
the heart of every hearer and made
stronger the determination of Carolina
men in the present struggle.
Sheriff Suggs was called on to make
a speecn, ana ne responded with a
short talk about the team. The yells
were practiced and the meeting was
over. It was the kind of meeting that
makes every student glad that he is a
University man and glad that he is a