OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCl ON
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, X. C, TUESDAY,' MAY' 9, 1911
VARSITY WINDS UP SEASON
GIVES MORAN SEVERE DRUBBING
V. P. I. Won Thursday 1-0. An Even Break With Washington
Moran Walloped Friday.
At 3:30 p. m., Lee and Moran tied
up. Neither had ever lost1' a college
arame. At 5:30 p. m. when the smoke
of battle had drifted away we had the
game hanging up in our smoke house
with a 9-1 ticket attached. Raymond
Lee had won his 8th victory, Harry
Moran had lost his first college melee.
It was a great game, from our
angle. Our gents went in to cop or
die game. Moran and his team mates
went in supremely confident. Jim
Hackney's two base bagger broke that
confidence in the 5th. Moran ran up
the white flag and the game "was purs.
Lee hurled steadily and the boys
backed him up in spleuded style.
1st W. & u. -Smith triples over
Page's head and on Hackney's wild
throw- of the relay,- Smith scores.
Webster hits to Lee; out to Calmes.
Donohue repeats the performance.
Rrown flies out to Edwards near left
foul line. One hit; one run.
N. C Edwards fans. Hasty singles
to rit-ht field. Calmes at bat. Calmes
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gets clean infield hit. In effort to catch
Hasty at third, Erwin throws wild
and Hasty scores. Calmes safe at sec
ond. Lindsay fouls to Donahue.
Hacknev uo. He eroes out second to
first. Two hits; one run. ,
2nd W. & L. Turbyfill punches.
Erwin doubles to the fence. Peeples
fans. Moran out to Calmes unassist
ed. One hit, no runs. :
N C Page fails to connect. Pem
ber fans. Witherington flies to short.
No hits, no runs.
3rd v, & L. Moore up. He dies
via Hasty to Calmes. Smith takes
the Lindsay-Calmes route. So does
Webster. No hits, no runs.
N. C Lee safe on Brown's wild
throw. Edwards takes the stand. He
bunts into Moran's hands. Hasty
bunts safely, advancing Lindsay run
ning, for Lee. Calmes walks, feeling
the bases. Pember takes third that .
Lindsay may bat. Lindsay bunts, but
' Pember is forced at the place. Cap
tain Hackney flies to second, retiring
the side. One hit, no runs. .
4th. W. & L. Donohue fans the
air. Brown lifts to Captain Jim.
Turbyfill fans with three balls and no
strikes for a starter. No hits; no runs
N. C. Paare 'safe on Smith's error.
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Pember fouls to Donohue. Withering
ton after seven foul hits to Moran,
fnrrin tr Pajre at second. Lee flies to
- P5 O ,
center. No hits, no runs. -SthW.
& L. Erwin drives a scorh
er to Edwards, but is robbed of a hit by
a quick throw to Calmes. Peeples
drives to left for one sack. Moran
fouls nil t to Witherinerton. who
doubles Peeples at first. One hit, no
N. C Edwards out to Moran to
Peoples. Hasty safe on Moore's muff.
Edwards runs for Hasty, Calmes fans.
Lindsay singles to center, Edwards
taking third. Captain Hackney cleans
the bases with a long double to left
center. Page fans. Two hits, two
6th W. and L. Moore out Hasty to
Calmes on the latter's brilliant stretch.
Smith Hies to Hasty. Webster flies to
Hackney. No hits, no runs.
N. C Pember fans. Witherington
singles between short and third. Lee
singles to right. Moore 'throws wild
in effort to catch him at first, Wither
ington goes to third. Hackney runs
tor Uee. Hackney steals second
Witherington, is out in chase off third
Hackney is safe on third. Edwards
up. He scores Hackney with an in
field hit. Hasty up. Edwards .steals
Hasty fans. Three hits, one .run.
7th W. and L Donahue hits I to
Hasty; out to Calmes. Brown drives
neatly to left for one sack.; Turbyfil
hits to Lee, forcing Brown 'at second
Erwin drives to right center, for thfe
sacks, but is. put out for cutting first
Two hits; no runs.
N. C. ---Calmes out second to first
Lindsay bunts down first base line
out Moran throws him out by quick
. 1 TT 1 . f Tk.-r - i
wuik. riacKney tans. lo nits no
runs. ' .
8 tli W. and L. Peeples lifts to
Calmest Moran out ., to Calmes ' un
assisted. ' Smith out to Hasty to Cal
mes. No hits; no runs. ;
N. C Page gets hit thru Brown
Pember iip. Page goes to second on a
wild throw. Pember walks. Witherr
ington u p. .Witherin gton . saf e onLer
ror, filling the bases. Raymond Lee
drives the sphere to the fence for two
sacks, clearing the bases,. Hackney
runs tor L,ee. Edwards bunts sately
advancing Hackney. .'Edwards steals
as Hasty fans. Calmes out Moran to
Peoples. Lindsay hits safely to in
field, scoring Hacknev running for
Lee, and 'Edwards. Hackney walks.
Page flies to Peeples. Four hits;
five runs. -' . v j
9th W. and L; Smith walks. Web
ster up. ; Smith steals, seccnd. Web
ster hits into a double' play. Hasty to
Lindsay. Donahue flies -to Paere. No
hits; no runs.
The Official Score:
Edwards 3b : ;
Pember If , ;.;
Lee p '
A.B. H. R. O. A. E.
38 12 9 27
A.B. H. R. O.
29 4 1 24 8 6
Summary: Two-base hits Hack
ney, Lee, Erwin. Three-base hit
Smith. Pilfered Sacks Hackney, Ed
wards, (2), Page, Smith. Double
plays Witherington to Calmes, Hasty
to Lindsay. Free passes by Morum
3, by Lee 1. Struck out by Lee 4,
by Moran 9. Wild pitch Moran (1).
Time-2;04 Umps Roach stewart.
Mr, H. S. Johnson Lectures in Behalf of the Confer
I ence. Many Attractions. , ' r
Mr. TI. S. Johnson, who is visiting
the various- colleges and Universities
in this and other states in the interest
of the Montreat Conference,, lecluret
in Gemini Hall Tuesday night 'on tl
forth coming conference. The con
ference will be held at Montreat, N
L. which is situated a short dist jnce
from Asheville in the heart of tie
mountains of western North Carolina,
w.nicn are, the Jottiest and most
beautiful of any east of the Rociky
Mountains. "The scenery" said Mr
Johnson, "is considered by many who
have visited both places to be more
beautiful than that of the Rocky
Mts." The air is exceedingly purej
and the climate healthful. Such men
as wj D. Weather ford, Robert Speer,
the greatest orator in mission work,
John R. Mott the best informed man
on missions, and several others will be
there. Men from dozens of colleges
and universities will attend. The ex
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penses win De very low, not more
than twenty to thirty-five dollar?', due
to. reductions all around. : ' ;
For information see Cy Thompson,
E.'W. and L. F. Turlington, Ed. Hall,
Dr. Hogue and others who have been
to one of the Montreat Conferences
r . Varsity Loses to V. P. L j
On Thursday we lost to V. P.' I., 1-0.
Our bunch was very much off 'color in
both fielding and hitting; The whole
thing is in the detailed score:
The Official score:
Carolina A.B. II. R. O. A. fe.
Hasty 2b 4 ' 0 0 5 1 1
Edwards 3b 4 0 0 0 1 1
Calmes lb - .-, 3 0 0 5' 1 'i 0
Lindsay ss 3 10 12 1
Hackney cf & rf . 3 0 .0 2 1 0
Hanes rf and cf 1 1 0 0 1 il
Pember p and rf 1 0 0 0 0 : 0
Page lf 3 ,1 0 3 0 .! 0
Witherington c 3 0 0 11 1 i0
Duls p ' ' 1 0 0 0 2 ; 0
Bailey - 1 0 0 0 0 0
27 3 0 27 10 U
V. P. I. '. A.B. H. R. O. A. E.
Rose If 4 0 0 2 0 0
Stewart ss 4 1. 0 3 4 r 0
Fuqua cf 4, 1 0 .2 0 0
Bernier 3b 4 2 0 3 0 o
Legge W. R. 21 ' 4 0 0 . 3 3 1
Maxwell rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Legge F. II. c 3 0 1 .2 . 1 ,r 0
Steele lb 2,0 0 6 1 'o
Hodgson p' 3 .,,1 0 1 1 1
Cox p 0 0 0 0 0 0
32 5 1 . 27 10 2
Hit for Dula in 9th. j
Summary: Two base . hit Page.
Three ' base 'hit Bernier Stolen
bases O. Double plays Stewart to
,egge W. K. to Steele, Steele to
egg W. R. Passes Pember 1, Duls
o, Hodgson. 2, Cox o. Fanned by
ember 3, Duls 4, Hodgson 2, Cox 1.
Time, of game 1:45. Umps Roach
W. and L Took Last Came. I
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The last game of the schedule went
to Washington and Lee Saturdav, 4-3.
The Lexington gentleman out hit us,
and that coupled with a pair of errors
was responsible. ' ' ,
Ferd Duls pitched a very fair game
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BEN GREET PLAYERS WILL
BE ON HILL THURSDAY
"Asjou Like It" at 3:30 P M. 'The Tempest" at
8:30. An Able Cast.
The Ben Greet players -will appear
here Thursday afternoon and Thurs
day night. At 3.30 p. m., ;they will
pr'esent As. Ton Like It and at 8:30
pY'tii.- The '1 empest. .,, . .
! Mr. Ben Greet himself will be seen
n'the Hill for the first time. Mr. A.
G; Anderson, one .time leading man
with Maude Adams in Peter, Pan , is
also a member of this company. The
cb'rnpgtny, this year as a whole is the
strongest combination Mr. Greet has
ever sent to the Hill.
( In this country Ben Greet has won
a distinctive position in the production
of Shakespeare's plays. Absolute rev
erence or the text, and for the pre
vailing spirit of the story regardless
of the principal character has been
the keynote of his endeavor. As a
result he has attained a unique , and
enviable position. The general pub
lic and critics alike have declared that
he has given far better all-round pre
sentations of Shakespeare than ' has
ever been given in America. .
Jhe Preston Cup Awarded.
L., N. Morgan, of the Junior class,
has been, -awarded the Ben Smith
Preston Cup ;in journalism for 1911.
The cupj jwhich was offered in 1910,
is given annually by Hon. E. R. Pres
ton of Charlotte in memory of his
brother, Ben Smith Preston who died
several years ago while reporting on
The 'Atlanta--: Georgian. The cup
goes to y the 'undergraduate student
who presents the best selection of
work of a journalistic nature done be
tween the, months, September to April
of the college year. In 1910 the cup
was won by . Brevard D. Stephenson
Golden Fleece Initiates.
The following ( men were initiated
into the Order of the Golden Fleece,
Tuesday night: J. C. Lockhart, R.
M. Hanes. R. W. Winston, R. A.
Freeman, C. E.. , Teague, L. N. Mor-
gan, a. u. ioiger.-
; ' Dr. Wilson Lectures. .
Last Tuesday night Dr. H. V. Wil
son gave a very instructive illustrated
lecture on embryology to his zoolcgy
classes. ' 'By means of lantern slides
made from prepared specimens of the
embryos of the frog, the fish, and the
chick he traced the development of
the embryo from the single cell ovum
through the segmentation, blastula
and gastrulas stages; and finally he
showed how the cell mass differentiates
to form the special orerans of the
High School Exercises Friday.
Chapel Hill High School closes Fri
day. Graduating exercises at 11:00 a.
m. Gerrard Hall. Address by Dr.
Ch ase, of the University. At 8:00 p. m.
the school will give a play, "The
Miner's Daughter." Gerrard Hal 1.
25 cents for adults, 15 cents for chil
LOST OR STOLEN An N. C.
baseball sweater. Finder will please
notify "Wal" Armstrong or the editor
of the Tar Heel,