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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911
THE YANNIGANS WALLOP
CATAWBA BY BIG SCORE
WILL WORK WITH VARSITY
' DELIGHT WESTERN CAROLINA
BIG TRACK MEET WILL BE
HELD IN RALEIGH APRIL 20
Second Team Shows Class and Cops 15-2. Duls in
The second stringers walloped
Catawba yesterday to the tune of 15
2. The Westerners were simply out
classed all along the route.
Our gents found pitcher Peeler
for 10 runs in the first two inning.
Peeler then gave way to Fesperman
who buff aled the boys until the , 7th
when they touched him for 5 tallies
their last ones of the game. 15 across
the rubber on 15 hits and 9 errors.
A juggle and Ingram's two sacker
put Yount home in the 6th. In the
9th Ingram slammed one of Fred Duls
fast ones to the center field fence. He
had an easy four sacker but got no
further than third when called back
to touch second. Johnson's single
brought him in for the last count of
Catawba's team is rotten. Ingram
looks ; like a hitter but he can't field.
The Yannigans did some nice work.
They connected with the ball consist
ently and their fielding was good out
side of the 5th and 6th. Johnny Bat
tle made a peach of a catch of Cor
riher's Texas Leaguer in the 9th. Ferd
Duls flung the sphere in excellent
style. , He looks better than he has
ever looked before.
By innings: 1st Catawba Peeler
strikes out, Fesperman strikes out.
Yount doubles to left center. Ingram
flies to right,' one hit no runs.
Scrubs -Bailey walks, Whitaker
hits thru short for two bases. Swink
hits over second scoring Bailey and
Whitaker. Swink steals second. Petn
ber flies to pitcher, Duls up, Swink
sceals third. Duls safe on play made for
Swink, Swink safe. Young singles to
right, Duls and Swink scoring. Young
caught at second, McLean doubles to
center. McLean steals third, McLean
scores on Gather's wild throw. Battle
out short to first, hits 4 runs 5.
2nd. Catawba Comher singles to
right, Johnson fans, Thompson fans.
Anderson up, Anderson fans. Flits 1
runs o. Scrubs Worth hit by pitched
ball. Bailey bunts perfectly down first
base line is out. Worth taking second
on the sacrifice, Whitaker hits to third.
Ball ambles to left, and goes through
left fielders leg. Worth goes home
but is out for cutting third. Whitaker
pulls up at third, Swink triples to left
right, scoring Whitaker. Pember sin
gles to ' left,' Swink tallying. Duls
singles to left, Worth running for
Pember,; safe at , second. Young hits
for one base over second, Worth scor
ing, on left fielder's error Young takes
second. McLean hits to short, who
throws wild Duls and Young scoring.
Battle out short to first, hits 4 runs 5.
3rd : Catawba Aderholt out third to
first. Peeler fans. Fesperman out to:
first unassisted. No hits; no runs.
Scrubs Worth up, Fesperman goes
in the box from third, Peeler taking!
Will Come Within Next Week. Fast Players on
Coach Clancey will bring his Winton
Salem bunch to the Hill about April 1.
The Carolina Association gents will
work with the Varsity for a week pre
ceding the Virginia games. Coach
feels sure this will put our fellows on
edge for Greensboro and Charlotte.
There will be ten or more men in the
Twin Cities outfit. Some of them will
be Galvin, catcher; Shumaker 1st;
O'Halloran, 2nd; Tully, short; Deiu
rell, 3rd; Mullin and Cahill outfielders;
Swindell and Stewart, pitchers, our own
"Red" by the way. Galvin caught for
Fayetteville last season; Shumaker
held down first for, the same outfit;
O'Halloran cavortedj around second for
the Highlanders; Mullin was the
best base-runner in the Eastern
Carolina; Cahill was right fielder on
the Springfield Club of the Conn.
League, the past year; "Red" twirled
for Wilson and Swindell for Winston.1
Deiurell and Tully are promising semi
pros from Pennsylvania. Besides Coach
is likely to have a couple of more box-
men and another outfielder and infield
er on hand.
The Winston players will use the
field i.n the mornings, hooking up with
the Varsity during the afternoons.
During the morning sessions the gates
of the field will be closed to prevent
any campus enthusiasts from playing
third, Worth fans, Bailey fans, Whit
taker out pitcher to first. No hits no
runs. 4th Catawba Yount out second to
first. Ingram out to Whittaker un
assisted. Corriher flies to right, no
hits no runs.
Scrubs Swink out pitcher to first;
Pember lifts to center. Duls walks,
Duls is caught at second on attempted
steal, hits 0 runs 0.
5th Catawba Johnson out second
to first. Thompson fouls out to Whit
taker. Anderson safe on pitcher's
error. Aderholt safe on short's wild
throw. Peeler hits safe to McLean
who catches Anderson at the plate,
hits 1 runs 0. Scrubs Young strikes
out, McLean flies to first, Battle hits
safe to second, Worth up, Battle
caught off first, 1 hit no runs.
6th Catawba--Fesperman safe on
second's error. Yount hits to short.
Fesperman is forced at at second, but
Yount takes second on Short's error.
i Ingram doubles to left, Yount scor
ing. Corriher out third to first. John
son out pitcher to first, hits 1 runs 1.
Scrubs Worth fans. Bailey walks,
Whittaker hits clean to left, Bailey
taking third. Swink hit by ball.
Bases full, one down. Pember up.
Hits to short, Bailey forced at plate.
Duls forces Pember out at second hits
1 runs 0.
7th Catawba Thompson flies to
left. Anderson fans. Aderholdt out,
Glee Gub and Orchestra Trip is a Huge Suc
y . . cess. , '
, The Glee Club has returned from a
triumphal tour of the State. Every
where they . were , given an ovation
which swept them off their feet.
Those fellows you see skipping about
the campus wreathed in smiles are
very apt to be returned members of
the Glee club and orchestra. For the
present, however, they will rest on
their laurels till Junior Week when
the festivities will be still further en-'
livened by the addition to the program
already announced of a concert Wed-:
nesday night, the night of the Pan-!
Hellenic dance, when the visiting
young ladies will haVe the opportunity
of hearing what has been pronounced
the best Glee Club in the history : of
the college, and will go from the allur
ing music in Gerrard Hall to the bril
liant mazes of the Pan-Hellenic dance!
The coming concert in Junior Week
will be given with an entire change of
programme, except for one or two of
the old numbers which may be ren
dered as encores if the audience ae-i
sires them. J
The tour just completed deserves
some official recognition for the im
pression made upon the people of the
State. Few men on the campus did
fa'&tHfeel a -glow' of "pride in the,' Glee
Club as one eulogistic newspaper re
port after another reached the Hill, j
The members of the troupe report a
royal entertainment all along the
route. They were met at the Ashe
ville, station by eleven automobiles
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pitcher to first. Hits 0, runs 0. r
Scrubs Young hits clean to right;
McLean safe on second's error. Young
going home and McLean taking third
on right fielder's error. Battle safe ori
first's error, McLean scoring. Worth
hit by ball. Bailey gets- safe infield
hit, the base runners advancing. Bases
full, none down. Whittaker hits for
two bases. Battle and Worth scoring,
Swink walks. Pember fans. Duls
walks, forcing Bailey across tor a scores
Squeeze play attempted, Whittaker
out at piate. Young strikes out. Hits
3,. runs 5.
8th Catawba Peele hits over sec
ond, but Battle pulls down hit with a
one hand stab. Freshman out pitcher
to first. Yount flies to Young, hits
0 runs none.
Scrubs McLean out pitcher to first.
Battle grounds out to third. Worth
hits clean to left. Bailey hits to cen
ter for two bases. Worth called out
for cutting second, hits, 2 r uns u.
9th Catawba Ingram hits to center
field fence but can on make three bags
Corriher flies to second. Johnsonsin
gles oversecond, Ingram scoring.
Thompson flies to right. Anderson
flies to Bailey.
Trinity, Wake Forest, A. and M. and Carolina Take
Part. Seventeen Events.
Trinity, Wake Forest, A. and M.
and Carolina will contest for the
trophy in the Interstate Track Meet,
to be pulled off in Raleigh on the
morning of Easter Monday April 20.
Guilford and Davidson can hot take
part, on account of conflicting sche
dules. All indications are that this meet
will be a;very enthusiastic and hotly
contested one. A. and M. and Wake
Forest are putting ..everything there
is in them for this meet especially,
and to win over them, Carolina, as the
Coach and Manager Stockton see it,
must do' some hard work and have
plenty of spirit.
All the" details for' the meet have
been arranged. There will be seven
teen events, each of which two men
from each college will enter.
The officials will be: starter, Coach
Cartmell; track judges, Messrs. Albert
Cox, Coughcnour, Frank Thompson
and Dr. H. A, Royster, all of Raleigh;
field judges, Dr. Whitaker, of Raleigh
and Messrs. Crozier and Powell, of
Wake Forest and Slagle of Raleigh;
Scorers, Messrs. Speas, of A. and M.,
V. J. Lee of Raleigh; time keepers,
Curtis, A. and M. and Dr. Ray ; Mar
sh alls, R. G Stockton J. M. Davis
and J. H. Hinkle.
The meet will be held on A. and
M's. field. A trophy will be given to
the winning team and a prize to the
winner of the Relay race.
The official score:
Carolina 2d. A. B. II. R. O. A. E.
Bailey ss 3 2 2 1 V 1
Whitaker lb 5 3 2 11 0 0
Swink c 3 2 2 8 0 0
Pember If 5 1 1 1 0 0
Dulsp 3 1 2 0 3 1
Young cf 5 3 2 1 0 ,0
McLean rf 5 1 2 3 0 0
Battle 2b 5 1 1 2,22
Worth 3b 3 110 3 0
15 15 27 9 4
Catawba A.B. II. R. O. A. , E.
Peeler p 3b 4 101 2 0
Fesperman 3b p 4 0 0 1 2 0
Yount 2b 4 1 12 1 2
Tngram cf 4 2 110 0
Corriher rf 4 10 10 2.
Johnson lb 4 1 0 8 0 . 1
Thompson ss 4 0 0 2 2 1
Anderson If 4 0 0 0 0.2
0 0 8 1
35 5 2 24 8
Two base hits Yount, Whitaker 2,
Bailey, Young, McLean. Three base
hits Swink, In gram. Stolen bases
Swink 2,McLeanl, Worth 1. Struck out
by Peeler 1, Fesperman 6, Duls 7. Bases
on balls-- off Peeler 1, off Fesperman
3. Wild pitches Fesperman 2. Duls
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