OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1911
SEASON OPENS WITH A RUSH
CAROLINA BAGS GAME
DR. ARCHIBALD HEN
DERSON IS HONORED
WILL BEION GRAND' SCALE
BUILDING TO BE ERECTED
In Initial Game Varsity Shows Good Form. Fine Work
on Bases. Lee .Twirls Well.
j- Carolina brought Oak Ridge into
camp yesterday,-!. The season's
curtain raiser was entertaining- from
the moment Roach Stewart salaammed
tothe ladies and announced the bat
teriesto Jim Hackney's pull down for
5 the final out.
The boys started out as if they
were coiner to try aviation work. Two
bobbles and' an error of judgement
gave the Ridge gents a tally without
a sign of a hit." However, after the
first round our fellows cauaiit their
stride and Earl Holt's pets didn't get
a ghost of fa 'chance to pull ahead
They went down in order excepting
in the 6th and 7th sessions when two
lone Qsingles broke the speli.
We put a couple of runs across the
the nan in the first. Jimmy Calmes
two bagger, Lindsay's walk, Ed
wards' bunt and errors by Holt fand
Lewellyn did the work. In the third
Hackney's double, Calmes' out and
Lindsay s infield hit put the captain
over the rubber. Edwards followed
with a single and "Bull" Hasty slap
ped one to left for a couple of sacks
and Lindsay g-alloped in with the
final score of the game.
Home talent put up a very fair
article, of ball after the initial inning
There were three fielding stunts
worthy of notice Hanes' one handed
swipe of Lewellyn's foul in the 5th,
Edwards' gobble of Abernethy's fou
in the 8th and Hasty's stop of Gra
ham's sharp hit in the 9th. The last
was certainly a nifty piece of work
i ne boys did some peacny base 'run
ning, a thing Carolina teams have
usually been sadly lacking in. The
batting was good.
Raymond Lee's firing fit
deserves commendation. The long
Mt. Olive boy, in his first big game
showed plenty of stuff smoke,- con
trol, a mean curve and a cool head.
He allowed but five men to reach the
Faison Witherington received him
in nice style.
Game in detail: First inning Oak
Ridge Dunning first man up is safe
on Edward's error. Clapp grounds
out Edwards to Calmes. Graham bal
loons to Page. Mayberry reaches 1st
on Lindsay's bobble. ' Dunning scores.
Holt singles and Mayberry goes to
third on Page's juggle of the hit.
Britton pops out to Page.
N. C. Hackney out from pitcher to
first. Calmes hits to center foT- two
bags. Lindsay w a 1 k s. Edwards
bunts and Cal and Lindsay score on
Holt's error and Lewellyn's bad throw
to first. Hasty pops to .third.
2nd Lutterloh grounds out to
Calmes. Abernethy out Lindsay to
Calmes. Lewellyn fans.
N. C. Hay nes singles to right. Page
out second to first. Witherington out
short to first. Lee flies out to right
leaving Hanes on third.
3rd Dunning strikes out. Clapp
follows suit. Graham flies to Lind
say. N. C, Hackney doubles to left.
Calmes out pitcher to first. Lindsay
makes infield hit and Hackney scores.
Edwards singles through second and!
Dances, Ball Games, State Tennis Meet, Senior Show
Carolina's annual Carnival of pleas'
ure known as junior Week has been
set to come the week after Easter, th
testivities to occupy three days, Wed
nesday, Thursday, and Friday, Apri
19, 20, and 21. The approaching fes
tivities have been planned to ecliose
in elaborateness anything of the kind
ever before held in Chapel Hill. The
official program as announced by the
chairman of the Junior Prom Com
mittee is as follows:
Wednesday: baseball game m the
afternoon with the University of
south Carolina; Pan-Hellenic dance
Thursday: intra-State tennis meet
in the morning; Cotillion Club dance
in the afternoon; Senior Stunt at
ij rmay : completion of tennis meet
in the morning; senior-faculty base
ball game in the afternoon; Junior
Prom at night.
it win be seen that the above pro
gram i promises a greater variety
of entertainment than has ever been
provided in previous years. A larger
number of girls are expected to at
tend than ; has ever come to Chape!
Hill for mid-year dances. Everything
possible will be done for the amuse
ment of the fair visitors, every single
phase of University life will be ex
hibited except the intellectual side
unless the ingenuity of the Senior
Stunt could be taken as evidence of
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Lindsay goes to third. Hasty hits to
left for two sacks scoring Lindsay.
Hanes out short to first.
4th Mayberry fans and so does
Holt. Britton flies out to Hacknev.
N. C Page singles. He is caught
trying to steal. Witherington out Lew
ellyn to Abernethy. Lee goes out
second to first.
5th. Lutterloh out to Calmes. Ab
ernethy goes out second to first
Lewellyn flies out to Hanes.
Hackney fouls out to Holt. Calmes out
pitcher to first. Lindsay safeonMayber-
ry's bobble. Edwards singles to left and
Lindsay goes to third. Hasty draws
four bad ones. Hanes grounds out
second to first.
6th Dunning out pitch to first.
Clapp out second to first. Graham
hits to right for one bag. Mayberry
out Lee to Calmes.
N. C Page out short to first.
Witherington out second to first. Lee
safe on error by Britton. Edwards
runs for Lee. Hackney cut off second
7th Holt grounds out Lindsay to
Calmes. Britton goes out second to
first. Lutterloh singles over second.
He is caught in chase and put out by
N. C. Calmes out on strikes. Lind-j
say nits one to ijranam. Edwards
out second to first.
8th. Abernethy fouls out to Ed
wards. Lewellyn goes out Lee to
Calmes. Dunning strikes out.
N. C Hasty out third to first.
Hanes hits to left for a bag. On hit
and run play Page pops to Mayberry
and Hanes is doubled at first.
9th Clapp flies out to Hackney. Gra-
Will Be Opposite Davie Hall Teacher's Training
School to be Established.
The executive committee of the
board 6f trustees, met in the Govern
or's office at Raleigh Wednesday, and
decided to at once give u contract for
the erection of a building on the. cam
pus for the Schools of Medicine and
Pharmacy. The new building is to
cos"t $50,000 and will be erected east of
the Carr building, fronting Davie
Hall. The new building will be known
as the "Caldwell Building, " in honor
of Dr. Joseph Caldwell, the first Presi
dent of the University. The governor
who isex-officio chairman of the board
of trustees, was authorized to appoint
a building committee of five, w'-o will
award the contract. He was also
authorized to appoint a visiting com
mittee, whose duty it shall be to visit
the University next month and make
a report of the condition and needs
of the institution, at theYJune meet-
Plans for the wisest use of the mon
ey appropriated by the Legislature for
permanent improvements wiil be taken
up and passed upon at the full meet
ing of the board of (Trustees, to be held
in Chapel Hill in June.
Plans were also approved by the ex-J
ecutive committee for the inaugura
tion of !the new and important teach'
er's training department of the schoo!
of education. A great increase in the
number of students who are studying
to become teachers has taken place
this year, and the University will en
large the Department of Education and
add the teacher's training department
so as to open its advantages to teach
ers in the public schools of the State.
This is a much needed department and
the University has other plans, which
will be announced later, to make it
more useful in advancing public edu-
cation-than at any time during its his
ham out by Hasty-Calmes route. May
berry out to Hackney and game is over.
The official score:
Carolina A. B. II. R. O. A. E.
Hackney cf 4 113 0 0
Calmes lb 4 i 1 13 0 0
Lindsay ss 3 12 13 1
Edwards 3b 3 2 0 I I l
Hasty 2b 3 1 0 0 4 0
Hanes rf 4 2 0 1 0 0
Page If 4 1 0 2 0 1
Witherington c 3 0 0 6 0 0
Lee p 3 0 0 0 3 0
31 9 4 27 11 3
Oak Ridge A. B. II. R. O. A. E
Dunning cf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Clapp ss 4 0 0 1 4 1
Graham rf 4 1 0 2 0 0
Mayberry 2b 4 0 0 2 5 1
Holt c 3 1 0 3 0 1
Britton 3b 3 0 0 2 1 2
Lutterloh cf 3 1 0 0 0 0
Abernethy lb 3 0 0 14 0 1
Lewellyn p 3 0 0 0 5 1
31 3 1 24 15. 7
Two base hits Calmes, Hackney,
Hasty. Double plays. Mayberry to
Abernethy. Struck out by Lee 6, by
Lewellyn 1. Bases on balls off Lew
ellyn 2. Passed balls Witherington
Wild pitches Lee. Umpire--
Cambridge University to Publish His Math Me
moir. Dr. Archibald Henderson, Professor
of pure mathematics in the University,
has received a distinguished honor
from Cambridge University.
Dr. Henderson is now on leave of
absence from the University. Dur
ing this, his "sabbatical year," he
is attending lectures in pure mathe
matics and prosecuting his mathemati
cal researches, at leading universities
in England and Europe. Dr. Hender
son spent the Michaelmas term at Cam
bridge University. There he was prin
cipally engaged in mathematical re
search, completing the elaborate mem
oir upon which he has been at work for
some years. This research is a minute
study of the Twenty-seven Lines on the
Cubic Surface, is based upon the work
of Arthur Cay ley, one of the greatest
mathematicians of the nineteenth cen
tury. ..-;;; ;..-:."' .-. ":-;,;.;:
Cambridge University has paid Dr.
Henderson the high honor of publish
ing his memoir in book form. The syn
dics of the Cambridge University Press
have not only voted to publish Dr. Hen
derson's Memoir, but have appropri
ated a necessary sum of money to help
defray the heavy cost of the numerous
complex plates and diagrams which
will illustrate the book. Dr. Hender
son's elaborate research is a definite
and original contribution to the literal
ture on the cubic surface and its twenty-seven
lines, and as such, was recog
nized by Cambridge University in its
It should be gratifying to the Uni
versity and to the State of North Car
olina, to learn of the honor that has
been" paid Dr. Henderson.
The'Yackety Yack is cow in the
hands of the printers and soon the
managers will need money to get the
books to the Hill. If all class and
club assessments are-collected and paid
to the managers, The Yackety Yack
can - be delivered before the first of
May. It is just as easy to make your
collections now as to wait until May,
so why not get it done with so the
books can be delivered early?
A certain college president who was
addressing students in chapel at the
beginning of the year, observed that
the Freshman class was the largest in
the history of the college. Without
pause, the good man turned and read
for the day's lesson, the Psalm' con
taining "Lord, how are they . in
creased that trouble me."
Nine athletes at Brown have been
suspended from participation in ath
letics for the rest of this year. They
were charged with ignoring a faculty
rule that the word "Brown" may not
be used in any exhibition without the
consent of the athletic board.
The Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
of Northwestern University recently
celebrated the closing of exams by a
large "post-exam jubilee." The jolli
fication fete was the principal'part of
the program and was carried out on a
The football season of the Univer
sity of Virginia netted $4,200f