OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OP NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, N. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1911
CARTMELL'S BUNCH CAPTURES
ALL STATE MEET AT RALEIGH
Carolina Outclasses A. and H. and Wake Forest, Running Up 57
r Nat Cartmell and his team of track
men won a "bloody" victory down at
Raleigh Monday. It was a grand
meet with not a hitch in any particu
lar. Recent rains had put the track
in first-class condition. Perfect weath
er filled the grand stands with a
crowd of over one thousand people.
The fair lasses from Meredith, Peace
and St Mary's were all there, and
while most of their screams and gig
gles went to Wake Forest ot A. and
M., Carolina rooters were not lacking
The white and blue didn't need any
sympathy anyway, for -our boys be
gan with a lead of five of the first
places successively from the start.
Cartmell is proud of the team
The boys worked hard and showed
the effects of his training. 1 hey won
f firsts. 7 seconds, and 6 thirds. The
team was at its best in the races, tak
ing five first places out of eight
events, besides winning the relay,
which however did not count as
points. Patterson in a splendid race
broke the the state record for the
two miles. A. and M. starred in the
field events, winning the broad jump,
the shot put, and the hammer throw.
The Anti-bonders, Meredith to the
contrary notwithstanding, had to be
content with 2 firsts and a total of 19
Coach Cartmell was the most oblig
ing man in the field. Not a kick was
made that he did not grant. He real
ly surprised some of his opponents.
The events were as follows: Track
100 yards dash; Winston first, Mur
hison of Wake Forest, second,
Tyner, of Wake Forest, third. Time
10 2-5 sec.
Half Mile: Hoffman first, Small, of
A. and M. second, Lorens third. 2.10-0-5.
Two miles: Patterson first,, Cobb
C. second, Smith of A. and M., third.
220 yards hurdle: Barker first,
Sherman of A. and M., second, Huch-
ins, of Wake Forest, third. Time 28
1-5 seconds. V
Quarter mile: Hoffman first. Mur
chison of Wake Forest, second, Wake
ly third, Time 53 3-5
120 yards high hurdles: Robertson,
of A. and M. first, Ruffin and Parsley,
second and third respectively. Time
17 seconds. ; Yl i.V'." t I.
220 dash: Murchison, of Wake
Forest first, Winston second, Tyner,
of Wake Forest, third. Time 23 2-5.
Mile: Kephart, of A. M. first
Spence and Cobb, W. second , and
third respectively, Time 5.3 2-5. ,
High jump: Hutchins, of Wake
Forest, first, Graham and Robertson,
of A. and M. tied for second. 5 feet
Pole vault: Parsley first, Herty of
A. and M. second,. Strong third 10 ft,
Shot put: Floyd of A. and M., first,
Glenn second, Atkinson third. 35 feet
4 inches. : i
Broad jump: Robertson of A. and
M. first, Belk and Blalock second and
third. 20 feet 2 3-4 inches. ;
Hammer: Floyd, of A. and M.,
first, Atkinson second, Hurtt of A.
and M;, third. 120 ft. L 1-2 inches.
Total Carolina 57, A. and M. 41,
Wake Forest 19.
The officials were: Nat Cartmell,
starter; Dr. Ray, referee; Prof. New:
man, clerk of the course; Prof. John
son, Dr. II. A. Royster, F. M. Thomp
son, J. B. Pearce track judges; Dr
Whitaker, Dick Crozier, P. S. SeagleJ
R. H. Merritt field judges. C. A.;
Speas and Crozier bearers; Prof. RJ
S. Curtis, W. Andrews timekeepers
R. G. Stockton, J; M. Davis, and , D."
R. Hinkle, marshals; Mr. Jackson J
inspector. , ,
Gymnasts Disport Themselves. I
The annual spring gymnasium exhi-S
bition was given in the Bynum gymJ
tiasium building Saturday afternoon
and was attended by a large crowd of
students and towns-people who seemed
to enjoy the occasion and the stunts
thoroughly. ; i
The fencing bouts between Dri
Viles and Mr. Rodriguez, with their
informal openings and the fast and
scientific use of the foils afterwards
greatly pleased the spectators and re
ceived applause roundly.
The exhibition began at 3:30 and
was given in the following order:
Horse work, Paralled bars, Fenc
ing, Horizontal bar, Rings, Fencing,
Pyramids. Mats. ,
Messrs. Allison, Taylor, Isley,
Nash, Henry Smith, "Tommie
Hughes, and Price took part in the
Davidson at Durham.
Davidson won at Durham yesterday!
4-1. Errors and close decisions which
went against US', tell the story. Duls
pitchedjshut-out. Cashion pitched for
Box score in next issue.
OUR, BALL TOSSERS GET
EVEN BREAFAT WINSTON
SENIORS TO PERFOR
Varsity jLoses First But Bags Second. Some Hit-
. State Tournament
The first State Inter-Collegiate
Tennis Tournament will be held in
Chapel Hill Thursday and Friday
mornings and afternoons on the as
sociation courts back of the gym.
Trinity, Elon, Wake Forest, Davidson
Guilford, and Carolina are the entries.
Venable and Baily will represent
Men who have not paid up their
Yackety Yack assessments are de
laying the delivery of the books. If
all collections are made this week the
books will be delivered Saturday or
A TENNIS EQUATION.
.25 day of tennis seeing.
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.502 days " '
Get your ticket tor Thursday and
! . ' ting. -
' Monday, Carolina played two games
with the Winston outfit one in the
morning and one in ; the afternoon.
Winston took the first, 5-3 and Caro
lina the second 12-8.
The affairs were noteworthy for
the way the pill was lambasted around
the yard. Both bunches piled up a
total pi twenty-four safe swats apiece
in the two engagements. Our base
ball artists certainly managed to fat
ten their swatting- averages. They
ought f to. feel like pasting "em Fri4
The morning game was fairly easy
for the professionals. Dave Sloan was
on the mound for us. Though he al
lowed but eight safeties four of.; them
went for four cushions each. Boyle
ami Swindell held our gents well in
hand and we were licked.
We got busy in the P. M. fracas and
pounded Martin and Boyle for ten
Counts in five rounds. "Red" Stew
art twirled the last four innings
"is aima maier ana was Kinq
enough to let us have a couple of tal
lies. Pember did hurling honors for
us and got off very well for the first
six sections, but the Twin Cities ag
gregation got to him for seven scores
in the last three. With the sacks
choked and two hands down, in the
8th it was, "Red" Stewart struck out.
Thanks "Red " Here are the box
Carolina: A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Hasty 2b 4 114 8 0
Edwards 3b 4 12 1 2 1
Calmes lb 4 0 0 11 0 0
Lindsay ss 4 0 0 1 1 0
Pember If 3 0 0 0 1 0
Hackney cf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Pagerf 2 0 1 10 0
Witherington,c3 0 1 3 0 0
Sloan p 3 1 0 2 2 0
' Total 31 3 5 24 15 I
Twins: A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Clemens If 2 0 0 2 0 0
O'Hallaronb 2 0 0 2 2 0
Shumaker 1 b 4 0 1 9 0 1
Stewart rf 2 112 0 0
Galvin c 1 0 0 2 0 0
Cahill c 2 11 3 0 1
Tulley ss 4 2 2 1 2 0
Dubreuil 3b 4 1 2 3 2 0
Poole cf 4 0 1 2 0 0
Boyle p 2 0 0 0 2 0
Swindle p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 28 1 5 8 27 12 2
Score by innings: : R.
Carolina 002 001 0003
Twins 020 102 00x-5
Summary Home runs. Tullev. 9
Dubrell; Cahill, Hasty: bases on balls,
ott Sloan, 2; struck out. by Sloan, 3;
by Boyle, 4; by Swindell, 3: hit bv
pitched ball, Page, Pember, O'Hallnr
an; double play, Lindsay to Hastv to
Calmes. Time, 1:45. Umpire, Mr-Riddle.
Will Present Great J Play on Tomorrow
The annual Stunt of the' Senior
class will be pulled off in Gerrard Hall
on Thursday night at 8:15. After long
and earnest consultation with all the
dramatic critics of note the com
mittee decided that the Stunt should
be a play in 4 acts entitled "The Man
in The Red Domino." There1 is not
the same depth of plot as in "She
btoops to Conquer" nor will there be
any psychology as in "Hamlet" or
'Secret Service," unless Professor Wil
liams getsoff some characteristic dope.
It is only a comical farcical near
drama in which the local celebrities
receive their dues the boys take a
drink the freshmen get blacked
the faculty takes a hand and all ends
well.-, i J
; Tnis is the fourth annual Senior
Stunt that has been given and it will
be something decidedly different from
the first three.
It is seldom that the city of Char.pl
Hill gets a chance to see in action
such celebrated footlurht artists as
O. Alexander a love forlorn Senior:
Oliver a dare devil Junior; C. Mcin
tosh Horny Handed Henry; Miss W.
Parsley a winsome lassie and last
but by no means least R. R. Smith
No student can afford to miss the
performance. It will be the greatest
ever. Seats 50 and 35 cents. They're
on sale at Eubanks'.
Edwards 3b 5 3 3
Calmes lb 4 1 4
Lindsay ss 5 0 0
Pember p 4 10
ackney cf 5 2 4
lanes rf 4 2 2
Witherington c 5 0 2
r-i rra If t v.
"6- 11 . - O 4 ,
Totals 42 12 19
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
5 1 2 2 4 0
2 2 0
10 0 0
Twins: A.B. R. H. P.O.
Clemens If 5 13 5
O'TTallaron 2b 5 1 1 l
Shumaker lb 5 2 5 , 10
Stewart rf & p 5 1 1 l
Galvin c 10 0 4
Cahill c 3 0 0 2
Tulley ss 3 0 0 1
Dubreuil 3b 5 1 2 1
Poole cf 4 13 0
Martin p 0 0 0 0
Boyle 0 0 1 0
windell rf 3 11 2
eneen 1 0 1,0
Totals 41 8 16 27
xBatted for Martin in third inning.
Score by innimrs: T? tt
Carolina , 105 220 01112 1 49
Twins 000 100 4?1 s ia
Summary Two-hasp hi to Uoct.
Hackney, 3; Witherington, Dubrieul,
Poole: three-ba?p Tiito
Hackney; home runs, Edwards, Page
Hanes, Shumaker, Swindell, Stewart!
oaseon Dans, on Jf ember, 3; off Mar
tin, 1; off Stewart, 2; struck out, by
Pember, 5; Martin, 2; Stewart doub
le play, Clemens to Shumaker; first
base on errors, Carolina 2; Winston
Salem, 4; passed ball, Cahill, stolen
base, Hanes. Time, 2:20. Umpire,
THE RED DOMINO" Tomorrow