OPEICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA,. CHAPEL HILL, N. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911
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Clancey's Bunch Wallops' Them Friday
in Shut-Out iGame
'Bloody" Nat's Tribe Captures Seven Firsts in Intercollegiate
Meet Saturday at Charlottesville.
CAROLINA BALL ARTISTS PUT UP
GAME OF SEASON
Lee Repeats Dose of April 10th. Team Gives Kim Wenderfu
CAROLINA 1, VIRGINIA 0
Virginia Gets But Three Hits to Carolina's Five.
Hackney and Pember Star, as Does Everybody
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Charlottesville, V a., April z$
Special Carolina capped tfttt
climax of her ball season today
by taking the third Virginia
game, score l to u. ine plaj
ing was fast and furious. Lc
worked A-l, allowing' butthre
Carolina scored in the secoi
9 M IB wr M
Lindsay sate on Hume s ei
ror, Pember bunts, Lindsay oi
at second, Pember makes tbii
on Hanes' two-bagger, ai
scores on Witherington's singll
Both teams attempted furtht
scoring, but phenoemnal plaj
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ing on ooin siaes enaea us
tragedy lor Virginia an
brought a deserved victory
That's the story and it lacks ;i whole
lot of being the old, old stor.y.
It was a wonderful ifame-irre.it
pitching and superb fielding-. We gt
our run across in the 2d and it took
the finest sort of playing to keep Vir
ginia baffled, t Six times the Char
lottesville gents got as far as second
and one reached third, but it was no
use. Our braves were working like
an electric clock. N
Lee and Rixey both were going at a
great rate. Lee just had a better team
behind him. That's all.
Score by innings:
N. C Hasty flies out to right.
Edwards gets it two and three and
fans. Calmcs drops one in Lile's
Virginia Hume hits thru short and
lands on first. Carter sacrifices Hume
to second and goes out Lee to Calmes.
Neff up. Hume out' dwards and
Neff safe on first, V ' lies out
to Hackney. x- v' v
N. C Lindsay hits" to center
ney fans. Hanes up. Hits along left
field foul line for two bases putting
Pember on third. Witherington singles
thru pitcher and Pember crosses the
plate. Tremendous noise in Gerrard
Hall, Game proceeds. Hanes out at
Virginia Honaker flies out to Lind
say. Anderson flies out to Edwards.
Lile flies out to Hackney.
and safe at first. Forced at secondl- subscription; then to make
py remDer wno is saie at nrsi, xiac
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"3- . s -tirt
Pember, j is caught stealing.
Virginia Neff flies out to Wither
ington. Douglas ;v- gets to first on
Lindsay's fumble. Honaker flies to
Pember.' Anderson up, Douglas steal
ing. Anderson, flies out to Lee.
. i FIFTH INNING. I
. Carolina Hackney flies out to Hon
aker. Hanes strikes out. Withering
; Virginia Lile safe on first by fum
ble of Edwards. Blakeney but sacri
ficing, Lile going'to second. Rixey
flies out to Pember. Hume out Lee
to Calmes. '
- SIXTH INNING.
Carolina Lee called out on strikes.
Hasty flew out to Douglas. Edwards
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ided and abetted by our whole outfit
he gave Virginia eighteen goose
Carolina Lee flies to Douglas.
Hasty fouls out to Anderson.' Ed
wards flies out to Lile.
Virginia Blakeney hits to left and
is safe. Rixey out Lee to Calmes.
Hume up, Blakeney on second. Hume
out Hasty to Calmes, Blakeney taking
third. Carter out Edwards to Calmes.
Carolina Calmes fans out. Lind
say flies out to Neff in right. Pem
ber goes to first on error of Douglas.
Hackney up. Witherington running for
Suppose you haye not paid your
No more need be said,
; Virginia-'-Carter flies out to Pem
ber. Neff makes two ..agger to left
field fence. Douglas out to Calmes
unassisted. Honaker flics out to
Hackney wbo"makes classv catch and
retires the side. .
; ' SEVENTH INNING. r;
) Carolina Calmes hits to Lile and is
safe on clean drive, but is forced out
Honaker to Qarter, . a double play,
Lindsay hitting. Pember fans.
Virginia Anderson flies out to Lind
say.; Lile out Hasty to Calmes.
Biakeny goes out Lindsay to Calmes.
EIGHTH INNING. '
Carolina Hackney makes safe hit
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WITH BUT EIGHT MEN
CAROLINA GETS 47 POINTS
Winston and Hoffman Take Two Firsts Each, Atkinson,
Parsley, Patterson One Apiece.
Seven but of thirteen first places
and we entered but eight men. That's
wnai.we uiu oaturuay, at ine inter
collegiate track meet, Charlottesville.
We didn't enter the jumps, so we
really won seven firsts out of a possi
With our full team we coud. haye
copped the meet but after Friday that
would have been too cruel a blow to the
Virginians. They had from two to four
men in each event. Score Virginia
79, Carolina 47, Washingt6n and Lee
16. 7' ' . ' '
The following are the records for
the events: .
100-yard dash: Winston, Carolina
first; Glass,: Washington and Lee, sec
ond; Berkley,; Virginia, third; Thorn
li ill, Virginia, fourth; Time, 10 1-5
seconds. ., ,
120-yard . hurdles: Satterfield, W.
and L, first; Ruffin, Carolina, second;
Holliday, Virginia, third; Parsley,
Carolina, fourth; time, 16 3-5 seconds.
Shotput: Cocke and Farrow, Virgin
ia, tied for first; Atkinson, Carolina,
third, distance, 35 feet and nine inches.
: Quarter-mile: Hoffman, Carolina,
first; Berkeley, Virginia, second; Lewis-Virginia,
third; Coke, Virginia,
fourth; lime, 51 seconds.
220-yard dash: Winston, Carolina,
first; Berkeley, Virginia, second; Gill,
Virginia, third; Todd, Virginia fourth;
time, 23 4-5 seconds.
i Half-mile: Hoffman, Carolina, first;
Boyle, Virginia, second; Cocke, Vir
ginia, third; Wallerstein, Virginia,
fourth; time, 2 minutes and 6 1-5 sec
onds. 220-yard hurdles: Harris, Virginia,
first; Barker, Carolina, second; Holli
day, Virginia, third; Satterfield, Vir
ginia, fourth, time. 27 4-5 seconds.
One mile: Brigham, Virginia, first;
Spence, Carolina, second; Anderton,
W. and L. third; Sloan, Virginia,
fourth; time, 4 minutes and 36 2-5 sec
onds." Two mile: Patterson, Carolina,
first; Rumbough, Virginia, second'
Carr, Virginia, third; time, 10 minutes
and 39 seconds.
Pole vault: Parsley, Carolina, first;
Worthington, Virginia, second; Satter-
terfield, W. and L., third; height, 8
feet and 6 inches.
High jump: Holliday, Virginia,
uiai, odiiciiieiu, vv. ana x., secona;
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