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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATK I
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911
LAFAYETTE GIVES VARSITY
FIRST LICKING OF SEASON
MONUMENT FOR CAMPUS. MR. TOCII, OF NEW YORK, TALKS
Kicking and Semi-Scrapping Win for Easton Team
The first defeat of the season was
chalked up againstus, yesterday We
were out-hit and out kicked. That's
about all there" was to it.
The affair would have been highly
entertaining but for the disagreeable
amount of kicking indulged in by the
visitors. Their coach and captain
were the leading howlers. They
whined, howled and yowled at every
close decision. . Too much like a bunnch
of Class Z Leaguers. The rest is in
the detailed score.
1st Lafayette Harrison pops to
second. Williams out pitcher to first.
Conover singles to left. Fager up. Con
over leaves - first too far, and Duls
catches him by a yard. In the chase
he is out 1 hit, no runs.
Carolina Hackney grounds out to
second. Calmes fans. Lindsay doubles
between center and right. 13d wards
hits clean infield hit, and Lindsay
scores. Hasty bits to third. O'lt at'
first. Two hits, one run.
2nd La Fayette Fager singles to
left. Cederquist forces Faer at sec
ond by hitting to Duls. Keelcr up.
by pitcher. Keeler flies to Lindsay.
Duls fans Melan. One hit no funs.
Carolina-Pember fouls out to Faer
by the Lafayette fielders spendid
catch. Hanes drives out on a line to
Cederquist. Withtr.ington out short to
first. No hits,no runs. .
3rd Lafayette Fillmore walks. Fill-
more steals second. .Duls fans Long.
Harrison hits cleanly to right for two
bags. Williams hits to center for one
base. On a desperate try for the put
out, Hackney is hurt. Fillmore and
Harrison score on the hit. Game is
delayed. Page goes in center, in
Captain Hackney's place. Williams
goes to second on Calmes' error. Con
over singles over second. Fager strikes
out as Conover steals second. Ceder
quist scores Williams by a single to
left. Keeler ends the agony by going
out third to first. Four hits, three
Carolina Duls flies to left. Page
pops to short. Calmes out second to
first, no hits no runs.
4th Lafayette Melan fans. Fill
more fans. Long out third to Calmes
on a brilliant stop by the latter. No
hits, no runs.
CarolinaLindsay out second to
first, Edwards draws a pass, Hasty
up. Long catches Edwards off first.
Hasty fouls out to Conover. No hits
5th Lafayette Harrison is fan
ned. Williams drives to Hanes for a
pretty out. Conover flies to Lindsay.
No hits, no runs. ;
Carolina Pember singles over sec
ond. Pember singles over second.
Pember steals second. Hanes safe on
third's wild throw. Pember safe at
third. Hanes steals second on second
baseman's muff Pember scores. Wither
ington advances Hanes by going out
ihird to first. Duls up. He is hit.
s Vitherington runs for Duls. Page up.
AVittierington steals second. On at
tempted squeeze Hanes is caught at
fie plate. Page strikes out. One hit
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This picture represents the monu
ment to be erected on the campus not
only in memory of the boys who left
the University froml86l to 1865, for the
war, but also of those who atterfded the
University prior to '61 and afterwards
became Confederate soldiers. More than
1000 University men were in the great
struggle between the States. At least
forty per cent of the students enlisted
in the service of the south a record
not equalled by any other institution.
The monument has been designed by
a Canadian sculptor, John Wilson, and
will be very beautiful. The front die
will bear a bronze tablet depicting a
woman the state entreating a young
student to take up arms for, his com
monwealth. Books are falling from
the youth's arms as in evident agita
tion he listens to her appeal. The i
figure surmounting the s h a f t, i
that of a young soldier, the soft felt
hat pushed back from his brow,
enthusiasm in every line of his face,
represents the call answered. On the
reverse side will be another tablet re
citing the number of University stu
dents, who from first to last enlisted
in the cause.
. Standing on the campus, for all time
the monument will ever be to all fu
ture generations an object lesson of
service rendered and duty performed,
and it will impress upon them their
obligation to be faithful to the record
of the past.
The monument is to be erected un
der the auspices of the North Carolina
Division of the Daughters of Confeder
acy. The intention has been to unveil
the monument at next commencement.
which is the fiftieth anniversary of the
beginning of the war. This cannot
be; done, however, since the various
chapters of the Daughters of Confed
eracy have"been unable to fulfill their
pledges for the $7,500 needed to erect
the monument. The monument will
certainly.be unveiled at the commence
ment in 1912.
6th Lafayette Fager dies short
to first. Cederquist safe on Hasty's
fumble. Cederquist takes second on
wild throw over first. Keeler fans.
Melan up. Hasty covers and Ceder
quist is qaught off second. No hits no
Carolina Calmes hits down first
base line, out at first. Lindsay hits
safe to infield, Edwards hits to second,
forcing Lindsay at second, Hasty out
pitcher to first. One hit no runs.
7h Lafayette Melan out third to
first. Fillmore hits over third sack for
one base. Long flies to Manes. Duls
catches Fillmore off first, and Hasty
gets him at second. One hit, no runs.
Carolina Pember fans. Hanes, out
pitcher, to first. W ltbenngton hits
thru short for one base. Withering-
ton steals second. Duls fans. ; One
hit, no runs.
8th Lafayette .Harrison flies t o
Lindsay. Williams lifts to Pember.
Conover flies to Lindsay. No hits, no
Carolina Page out short to Keeler.
Calmes fans. Lindsay out second to
first. No hits no runs.
9th. Lafayette Fager fans. Ced
erquist flies to Pember. Keeler singles
over second. Melan fans.' One hit, no
Carolina Edwards fan s., Hasty
flies to center. Pember out to first on
muffed third strike. Game over.
. The Official Score: -
Carolina A- B. II. R. O. A. E.
Hackney, cf 1 0 0, 0 0 0
(Continued on fourth page)
Founder of Tocb Fellowship Speaks on Paint
ing. Tuesday night in Chemistry Hall
Mr. Maximilian Toch gave a very in
teresting illustrated talk on "Perma
nent Artistic Painting." The Hall
was filled with an audiense that list
ened with interest to what Mr. Toch
said. After expressing his pleasure
in being at the University, Mr. Toch
gave a short history of the art of
painting and of the effect of time upon
the works of some of the ancient mas
ters. Both the Egyptians and Phami
nians, he said, were wonderfully skill
ed in mixing the few pigments they
had, and as a result, time has' but lit
tle injured their works. The Italians
and Venetians six hundred years ago
were also masters in the - technique of
paints. Mr. Toch said that they mixed-
their pigments, which were the
same as those used by the Egyptians,
with water and whites of eggs. He
explained the process and composition
of the paints by which the "Jeso
Paintings" were done. In 1366 Hubert
Van Eych, the Flemish painter, paint
ed the first picture in oil. It still re
tains it colors, and is today in Eng
land. Oil has ever since been v used
more largely in painting because many
more pigments will mix in it' than in
water. - '
Mr. Toch next discussed the effect
p . r-f, "
paints. He spoke of the bad effect of ,
the sulphur and coal gases in Ameri
can cities on paints, and by performing
a few experiments showed the cause.
Sulphur will turn black any pair.t con
taining lead. It has no such effect on
zinc paints. By means of lantern
slides Mr. Toch showed the bleaching
effect of simple sunlight on some of the
paints put on the market. He conclud
ed his lecture by showing pictures of
the paintings of Holbein, Hals, Van
Dych, Michael Angelo, and many
other famous masters whose works
have stood over three hundred, years
without losing their tints.
Mr. Toch founded the Toch Fellow
ship in Chemistry in 1905. The holder
of the fellowship is expected to devote
himself to research work in technical
chemistry. Mr. Toch is a member of
the firm of Toch Brothers, New York
City, the oldest manufacturers of
paints in America. He is the author
of. The Chemistry of Paints, and has
been president of the Chemists Club
of New York. He is chairman of the
Section on paints, Drying oils, and
Varnishes of the Eighth International
Congress of Applied Chemistry to be
held in Washington and New York,
Mr. B. R. Lacy, of the Union Theo
logical Seminary of Richmond, and
former Rhodes Scholar from .North
Carolina at Oxford, will speak at the
Y. M. C. A. service Tuesday night on
"The Ministry as a Life Calling." Mr.
Lacy is a young and gifted speaker
and presents the ministry in an up-to-
date and attractive manner. Doubtless
many students will avail themselves
of the opportunity of hearing him.
.Lost Between Chemistry Hall and
the Episcopal church a garnet cross
(a pin). Finder please return to Ham-