OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF. NORTH t CAROLINA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
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UNIVERSITY OP NORTH CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, -N. C, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911
-'EAM PLAYED GILT EDGE
BALL THE SEASON PAST
'topped. Thirteen Out of Twenty Games An Average
, of .650.
t In the past baseball season, Caro
Una "played twenty games. Of these
toyhe, Varsity bagged Thirteen. Here is
March 17. K. ri.
f f ti3ak Ridge
.Lee and Witherington; Lewellyn
March 25. ' ; R. H. E.
Carolina ; ; r ; ( 2 4 3
Davidson - 14 3
Jii'X ee an Witherington; Bailey and
v Mattison. V
J March 28. R. H. E.
d Carolina . 1 6 0
Amherst ; ; , , 0 2 , 0
Duls and Witherington; Quaintance
March 31. R. H.
"Lafayette . ' 3 8
Duls and Witherington; Long
,0lConover. : n
c April 1.
Carolina , -
H Lee1 and
3 8 4
TViila ,rA' Withbrtncrtnrt? Witmpr and
, W"' ...
April 10., - R. II. E.
. ( -8
s ; :
PROGRAMME OF COMM ENCEM ENT
W . " ..' 1!.. . 1
.e a v lrginia
'.1 , 3 . 3
: 0 3 . 2
Witherington; Rixey and
rU".-AoHlt3. R. H
Carolina . ' 2 3 1
" Wake Forest , . .0 2 I
, Duls and? Witherington; Smith and
Carolina ....... 3
Winston' (C. A.) S
Sloan and Witherington;
Swindell and Cahill : .
. (afternoon) R.
.. : 8
I Pember and f Witherington; Martin,
I Boyle, Stewart and Galvin.
01 April, 18., R.
r, Carolina, 1
Davidson . 4
II . E.
I and Mattison. ,
April 21. R.
.ii)arolrna. 1 ' 1
. ia Virginia 0
V Lee -and - Witherington; Rixey and
-oFinlay, and 'Anderson.
J( April 24.1:. " R. H. E.
. f Carolina . 6 4 5
, j L'afayett '.' 2 5 8
A Duls'and- Witherington, Long and
, April '25.
. Qarolina f ; , ' ' .
n Catholic'Univ4 -
; i QlAan Ppinhr and
' U prif26" '
i Lee and Witherington; White and
.h-"F4rjrV . ;... ' -!
Vl AprU 28. . R. H. E.
Carolina 3 11 3
R. H. E.
4 '5 4
Saturday, May 27 i
9r30 A. M. " I ' " ' - .V- "
Seniors form in front of Memorial Hall and match to the Chapel for prayers, j
10:30;A. M. . '. j
Senior Class Day Exercises in Gerrard Hall.
Orations by Members of the Graduating Class in 'Contest for the Mangum Medal j
;" 5:30 jP.M. L ' ,
Closing Exercises of the Senior Class. ; j
. 7:30 P. M. ' . , . j
Annual' Joint Banquet of the Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Societies in j
Commons Hall. . t . 'v , j
9:30 P. M. '(i, - ;j
.Anniversary Meeting of the Literary Societies in their .respective Halls. i
v Sunday,! May 28
11: 00 A. M. 1
Baccalaureate Sermon RT: REVEREND COLLINS DENNY, D. D. . j
-' - 8:00 P. M. '
Sermon before the Young Men's Christian Association
1 REVi. IRA D. LANDRITli, D. D. i
Monday, 'May 29 ,
10:30 'A. M. ,
Address of Welcome to the War Classes, by DEAN EDWARD K. GRAHAM. '
Reunion Exercises, '
Class of 1861 .
Class pi 1868.
Class of 1901.
Class of 1906. :
10:45 A. M. i
12:00 M. !
12:15 P. M. -r
, . J-li00PL
.... ... .V
Business Meeting of the Alumni Association. ' .
1:30 P. M. "
Alumni Luncheon in Commons Hall.
- 8:30 P. M. .
Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees in Alumni Hall.
' , ..; 8:30 P. M. ' :
Annual Debate between the Representatives of the Dialectic and Philanthropic
Literary Societies. j ' -
Reception in the Library by the President and Faculty.
Other class reunions, at hours announced by their secretaries.
. ' .
Tuesday, May 30
;:.:: j::r,yf.;.;;vlp:15jA.-M.'' '
Academic Procession forms in front 6f Alumni Hall.
10:30 A. M.
, Commencement Exercises in Memoria.1 Hall.
Address by HON. WOOD ROW WILSON. Ph.D., L.L. D.
Announcements by the President.
' Presentation of Bibles.
Guilford ; 2 6 . 1
Duls and Witherington; Shore and
Stewart. -.- ' v
May 1. R. H. E.
Carolina 1 3 3
Wake Forest " 0 , 0 0
Lee and r Witherington; Smith .. and
May 4. R; , H. . E.
Carolina ' . ' : 0 .: 3 ' 4
V. P. I. ' 1,5 2
Pember, Duls and Witherington;
Hodgson, Cox and Legge F.' H. j
May 5. R. H. E.
Carolina '.. 9 12 1
Washington and Lee; i 1 , 4 5
Lee and Witherington; Moran and
May 6. R. H. E.
Carolina 3 ' 11 1
Washington and Lee 4 - 6 3
Duls and Witherington; Gwathmey
Carolina is proud of this-record- it
is the best since 1905. Two out of
three from Virginia jWas, bf course the
most : laudable achievement of the
season. The capture of the Lafayette
geries deserves considerable commen
dation. The Georgetown cop deserves
mention. Our i bunch whitewashed
the Hill Toppers on their own grounds
and they had walloped Yale and
Penn. In the windup of the schedule
the Varsity smeared themselves with
honor by falling on Harry Moran,
Washingtoh and Lee's great twirleri
and giving him his first walloping in
Dr. Edwin Minis spoke Friday night
at Lenoir. He will make an . address
in Greensboro at the State Normal
ou Sunday night.
Prof. E. K. Graham delivered an
an address at , the commencement
exercises of the Wilson High School
Dr. Hamilton is to speak next Tues
nay at the Fort Johnson celebration
Attended Episcopal Convention.
Drs. Herty and Winston, Rev. Mr.
Hogue and Prof. Patterson attended
the Episcopal Convention of .Dinese of
North Carolina at Rocky ' Mount this
ALL SOUTH ATLANTIC TEAM
A Strong Outfit Picked From Carolina and Virginia
All South Atlantic baseball team in
thei electing of this team college play-
ers in North Carolina and Virginia
only were considered. Professional
players on college teams were not con
sidered. Roach Stewart and the Tar
Heeis sporting editor didjthe picking.
They would bat in order as mentioned.
Smith, (Washington and Lee) right
field. This man though a regular
second sacker has had plenty of out
field experience. He is a .300 hitter.
Hasty (Carolina) second base.
Hasty is the best !, elding second sack
er in the South Atlantic section. His
hitting is timely ' r ? v
Calmes (Carolina) first base. An
excellent fielder possessing a wondcr
tul arm; He will hit. over .300.
Farmer (A. and M.) left field cov
ers all sorts of ground. Hits well ov
er .300. '"',) ' v ;.':'.
Douglas (Virginia) shortstop. He
is the best fielding shortstop in this
section. Bats .300. 1
. Edw.irds (Carolina) third base. He
goes after and gets nearly everything
that comes his way. ;Has all grades
of fight. Has a tendency to break up '
games every now and then with a
-'-Hackney- (Carolina) center fieldi--..
Hackney is the best judge of a , fly
ball in the South. Hits .250.
Stewart (Guilford) and Witherington
(Carolina) Catchers. Stewart , has a
great arm and is a good hitter. With
erington also has an excellent arm and
would make a good alternate for Stew
art. ' . . u
Twirlers Lee (Carolina), Robert
son (A. and M.) and Rixey (Virginia).
These three men would form a peach
of a pitching staff. Lee copped eight
games this year and lost none. He .
has control and smoke and holds his
nerve when under fire Robertson has
about everything a college moundman
needs; curve, speed and control. He
won seven out of nine, this season.
Rixey has done wonderful work , this
spring. He has gotten off with two
no hit affrays. His fast ball is his best
asset. .However, he can mix 'em up to
a king's taste. Harry Moran of Wash
ington and Lee deserves mention but
his work this season hardly entitles
him to a place.
Give this outfit two week's work un
der Clancey and it would run over any
college team in the United States.
Honorary Managers for Commencement Dances. ,
Chief Ball Manager Small has chos
en the following alumni honorary man
agers for the college commencement
dances. . u
Robt. R. Reynolds, Asheville. .
Carter Dalton, Greensboro.
J. C. B.Ehringhaus, Elizabeth City.
J. W. Joyner, Raleigh.
R. D. Eames, Salisbury.
W. P- Hill, Jr., Winston.
H. P. Masten, Winston.
Hamilton C. Jones, Charlotte. 5
Claiborn McD.Carr, Durham, J. Hall
Manning, Durham. !
Yackery Ytck Editor-in-Chief Elected. '
The fraternities elected J. W., Mor
ris editor-in-chief of the Yackety