OFE1CI AL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
. UNIVERSITY UF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPElj HILL, N. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1911 j
SUCCESSFUL NORTHERN TOUR
Lafayette and Georgetown Walloped. ' C U. Wins.
No Navy GameRain.
Monday p.. m. we, tackled Lafayette
within the confines of their own
stronghold, Easton, Pa., and walloped
them by a 6-2 count. This gave us
the spring series ; with Lafayette as
we got an even break with them on
Carolina R. H, O. A. E..
Hasty 2b 3 1 2 5 1
Edwards 3b ' 1 -0 3 0 2
Calmes lb 0 l" 10 1 0
Lindsay ss 112 12
Pember If 0 0 0 0 0
Hackney cf 11 0 0 0
Hanes rf 0 0 1 0 0,
Wellington c 0 0 9 0 0
Duls p 0 .0 0 2 0,
Page If 0 0 0 0 0
6 4 27 9 5
R.' II. O. A. E.
0 I 5 4 2
0 0 13 3
0 0 15 1 .0
0 0 1 0 0
1 3 0 0 2
0 0 6 0 0
1 1 0 0 0
0 0 2 0 0
0 0 0 3 1
2 5 27 11 8
North Carolina 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 06
Lafayette 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Two-base hit Lindsay. Struck
out-By'Long 15: by Duls 9. Base- on
balls Off Long 4; off Duls 1. Stolen
bases, Hackney, Filmore 2, Calmes 2,
Cederquist 2, Hasty, Duls. Left on
bases North Carolina 8; Lafayette -9.
Hit by pitcher- Williams. Umpire,
McBride. Time of game 2 hours and
The C. U. Game.
On Tuesday our bunch invaded the
Capitol City and got their first licking
of the t r i p. Catholic University
turned the trick. The score was 4-1.
The main features of the affair were
Green's hurling and our own nifty
fielding. We got but two hits off the
Catholic moundman. Our gents pulled
off a couple of double plays that were
Carolina A.B. II. P.O. A. E.
Hasty 2b 4 0 2 2 1
Edwards 3b 4 0 2 3 0
Calmes lb ' 3 0 9 , 0 1
Lindsay ss 4 1 13 0
Hackney cf 4 0 2 0 0
Page If 3 1 3 10
Hanesrf 3 0 0 0 0
Whherington c 3 0 5 ; 0 0
Sloane p 1 0 0 , 2 1
Pember p ,2 0 0 2 0
Marsden rf .
Ruiz ss '
31 2 24 13 3
A.B. H. P.O. A.E.
3 0 0 0 0
4 0 2 0 0
4 1 10 10
4 2 0 0 0
2 11 3 2
'2 1 3 4 ,0
3 0 10 0
2 0 10 0 2
3 0 0 2 0
27 5 27 10 4
TEAM GIVEN OVATION
Honored With Mass Meeting, Oratory and Bon-!
: fire.' , : t
The ball team returned Thursday
and old fashioned Carolina spirit
was- let loose in plenty Thursday
night with a rousing,' tumultous mass1
meeting in fGerrard Hall and a' bon
fire.' ' . 'v; '
Dr. Battle was the first called on
for a speech, and he responded by de-1
daring that although he had Vir-I
ginia blood jn his' veins, he was for
Carolina all the time Dr. Minis fol4
lowed, expressinerlhis faith in the uni
conquerable spirit of our University.
i'rot; woblethen held the rostum in
his own inimitable style, making a
plea for the o1d$ fashioned mass meet
ing as well as asserting himself ioval
to the end. Professor Bernard 'ex
pressed his satisfaction at our clean
bunch of athletes. Rev. R. W. Hogue
reluctantly ascended the platform af
ter repeated calls, and made the ;m6st!
impressive talk of the evening, refer
ing to the fact of this being his last
speech at a Carolina mass meeting.
Roach Stewart vindicated the purity
TRACK TEAM WINS EROM
; WASHINGTON AND LEE
Cartmell's Men Take Lexington Meet, 62-46, With Lit
( . tie Trouble. .
Reinforced by the rest of iur outfit
Nat Cartmell led his trackmen over to
Lexington, Monday . and outpointed
Washington and Lee, 62-46.
I It was an entertaining meet, though
we had little trouble in winning. How
ever several of our men were slightly
off color owing to ! Saturday's grind
Glass, W. and L; made the highest
individual score 13 points.
Summary: 100-yard dash: First,
Wjinston, Carolina; second, Glass, W.
and L; third, ' Barker, Carolina; time
220-yard dash: first, Glass W and
L; second, Winston, Carolina.
f 440-yard dash: First Wakelv; sec
ond, Soloman; third, Hoffman, Caro
lina; time 55 seconds. v
Half mile: First, Hoffman, Carolina,
second, Anderson, W. and Lee; third,
Patterson, time 2.06 3-5.
One mile: First, Wood, W, and L.
second, Spence, Carolina; third, Cobb,
Carolina; time 4.58. .
TUUi DiiLL dLfliUJ ULii, 1 Vll
0ct 7 WaKForest Chapel Hill
' 14 Biiigiam School (Asheviile) Chanel HU1
" 21 Davidson Charlotte
" 28 U, S. S. Franlilin Durham or Chapel Hill
Nov. 4 V.P.I. Richmond ' -
11 University of South Carolina Chapel Hill
18 Washington and Lee NorfolK
30 Virginia Richmond
of University athletics for the. last
ten years. Manager McCulloch closed
the meeting with an eloquent tribute
to Coach Clancey. Music, yells and
songs with'the speeches made .the old
walls of Gerrard Hall resound till a
rush was made for the big : bonfire,
where the celebration was continued.
Score by innings: R.
Carolina 010 000 000 1
Catholic University 022 .000 000 4
Summary First base on errors,
Catholic University 2; North Carolina
2. Left on bases, Catholic University
3; North Carolina 2. Base on balls,
off Sloane 1; Pember 6. Hits made off
Sloane 4; Pember 1; Greene 2.' Struck
out, by Greene 10; Pember 4. Two
base hjts. McDonnell. Stolen bases,
Hasty, Widmayer. Double p, 1 a y s.
Hasty to Calmes, Pember to Edwards
to Calmes. , Hit by pitcher, by Greene
(Calmes); Sloan (Marsden) Umpire,
Handeboe. Time, 1:30. v .
The Georgetown Game.
Our team wound up its Northern
tour, Wednesday, by taking George
town into camp, 3-0., The affair was
a hurler's fight between Lee and
It was a great game. Our men put
up a magnificent fielding exhibition.
Eight times apparent safe ones were
flagged and the swatters retired at
the first sack "Cab" Lindsay booked a
I couple flack of third base and got his
High jump: First, Glass, W. and
L; second, Graham. Carolina; third,
Bryant, W. and L; height 5 feet six
inches. , ; . .
Broad jump: First, Belk, Carolina;
second, Vonan, W. and L; third Blay
lock, Carolina 20 feet. 2 inches.
15 pound shot-put: First Miller,
W. and L. second, Gordon, Carolina,
third, Atkinson, Carolina; distance 34
feet, 7 inches. :'
Hammer throwing: First, Atkin
son, Carolina; second, Kinnear, W.
and L. third, Gordon, Carolina, dis
tance, 112 feet, 7 inches.
Pole vault: First, Blaylock, Caro
lina, and Satterfield, W. and . L: tied
fat 10 teet; second, Qui n, W. and L.
I 120-yard high hurdles: First, Sat-
terheld, .W. and L. second, Ruffin,
iCarohna third, Parseley, Carolina;
time 17 seconds. .......
220-yard low hurdles: First Barker.
Carolina, second, Glasgow, W. and L.
third, Wood, Carolina. , ,: ,
, Starter: Dn Pollard,
f Carolina ' A.B. II. P.O. A. E.
Hasty 2b ' 4 0 0 3 0
Edwards 3b ' . 2 114 0
Calmes lb V 4 2 19 0 . .. 0
Lindsay ss ' 4 0 2 6 0
Hackney cf 3 1 2 0 0
Page If k ; '
4 0 0 0 0
4 0 0 0 0
3 1 ,3 2 0
3 0 0 4 0
Ceremony Performed at Chapel of the Cross, Rev. Mr.
Hogue Oftlciaiing. '
The little ivy covered Chapel of the
Cross was the scene of a beautiful and
widcv interesting wedding Friday
night when at 8 o'clock with Rev. R.
W, Hogue performing the Episcopal
ceremony, Miss Dora MacRae, daught
er of Mr. R. S. MacRae of Chapel
Hill bi cninc the bride of" Mr. Douglass
Elliott nf Ltndt n, N. C.
The bride entered- with her father
who gave her away. She was . at-4
tired in a dress of white satin over
white taffeta silk (en traine) trimmed
in pearls, crystal passementerie and
fringe and carried bride's roses , with
ferns. Her veil of illusion was of
white tulle. The dame of honor was
Mrs. John C. Lamb of Wilson who
wore white batiste and carried lillies
of the vail c y. . The, flower girl
was little Miss Caroline MacRae of
Winston-Salem, the bride's netce. She
carried a basket of roses and lillies of
the valley!, The bride was attended cy
twelve bride's maids, the Misses Louise
Venable, Cantey Venable, May Hume,.
Christine Mcintosh, Helen Flume, Nan
nie Smith, Elizabeth Bain, Alice
Noble, Lucy Harris, Randolph Archer,
and. Nellie Barbee. all, of Chapel Hill,
and, Miss Annie Plummer Nicholson
of Washington, N. C. The brides
maids all wore, -white batiste with
The groom's attendants were Mr.
Henry E. Williams, best man, and
Messrs.. Don MacRae, brother of the
bride, Kenneth Burgwyn, James ' W;
Morris, all stulent, of the University,
and Mr, Albert Stewart of Fayette
ville. All these gentlemen are mem
bers of the' local chapter of the A". T.
O. fraternity. ' ': "": ' ' ,r
The church was decorated with
Southern smilax, potted plants and
dogwood blossoms, , carrying out the
color scheme of the bride's and brides
maid's costumes, white and green.
Cathedral candles were burning on
the alter. Miss Willie Smith, of Dur
ham played Mendelsonn's' wedding
march as the bridal party entered and
Tannhauser's as they left the church.
The bride and groom have many
friends among the students of the
University as well as throughout the
whole State. The couple received a
large number of beautiful presents.
After the ceremony, a reception was
tendered the bridal party and their
friends at the' A. T. O. Hall. Mrs;
Charles Holmes Herty entertained the
bridal party after the rehearsal Tues
day night. Among the out of town
visitors to the wedding were: Mr.
and Mrs Laurence MacRae, of Winston-Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lon-j
don, of Pittsboro, Mesdames ' F. ' B
Stith and L B. Hill of Durham, and
Mr. Cameron MacRae of Greenville,
S. C. " -." ' " :'' - yrr- ;
Mr. H. S. Johnson will give an illus
trated lecture on the Montreat Conference-
7:30 p. m., Tuesday night, Ger
rard Hall. -
Totals 31 5 27 19 0
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Ca rol i n a-Georgia Debate Tonigh t,
Gerrard Hall. . The University also de
bates Virginia tonifi-ht at Charlottes-
Track Meet! V. P. 1, vs Carolina.