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COLUMBIA, S. C., NOVEMBER O, '08
Carolina contributed more than
thirty dollars to the Bryan Campaign
Fund. That's the proper spirit, boys I
More than any other college or univer
sity in South Carolina.
It was certainly gratifying to hear
rooting at the Carolina-Davidson
came. Although the team
in the first half, the cheer
' cease; and it goes without
Stnat this rootijig helped to pull
te team together for the hard fight
,y put up in the second half. Now,
.lows, let's keep this spirit tip.
here is nothing that helps a team
ire than to know that the whole
lent-body is supporting it.
Chilly, crispy, weather,
Autumn's here ag'in;
Circus is a comin',
Hear the band begin I
In a different wvay,
Watchin' for the big parade,
Jolly circus day I
Boys and girls are happy,
Horses rear and prance,
E'en the old time fellers
Are young enough to dance I
See the wagons comin',
Hear the awful roar;
Leo, mighty "king of beasts,"
Glaring thru the door I
1, tiger, elephant,
ife, and deer!
-w passes on,7
The Red and Black De
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dent body made the air ring with cheer
after cheer for their team.
Denny kicked off at the opening of
the game toward Carolina's east goal,
and Holmes received the ball, making
a 12-yayd advance. Herbert was
called in to take the ball and made it
another 7-yard gain through the line.
Here Carolina attempted a forward
pass, but the ball was illegally sent
over the centre -of the line of scrim
mage, and, as provided in the rules,
there was a 15-yard penalty. Holmes
was then forced to :ick and the ball
was Davidson's on the 40-yard line.
Clark made 10 yards on a play
through the line, and Dunn added 5
yards on a cross tackle play. Denny
advanced 5 yards around left end.
James went 3 yards through line.
Moore advanced 3 yards on a cross
tackle play. On the next play Ham
monds made a good tackle of Elliott
behind the line, the Davidson quarter
losing 3 yards on the play. The ball
was now on the 15-yard line within
easy striking distance of Carolina's
goal. There was a breath of suspense
on the part of the spectators when the
forward pass was attempted by David
son, but Mac Holmes fell on the ball
and it was Carolina's ball on the 5-yard
line. The next play was most unfor
tunate for Carolina. In attempting to
punt out, Davidson's tackle blocked the
ball, and Edgerton, the star centre of
the Red and Black, was on the pigskin
like a streak of lightning. The ball
was behind the line when Edgerton fell'
on it, so a touchdowvn was netted for
Davidson. Elliott kicked goal. The
touchdown was made after 4 minutes
and 1o seconds of play. Score: David
son, 6; Carolina, o.
GOAL nY FORwVARD PASs.
The ball wvas brought out to the
middle of the field and Holmes kicked
out for Carolina, Clark advancing 15
yards on receiving the kick. Moore
failed to gain on a cross tackle play.
Denny then punted 25 yards and Caro
Iina had the ball in the middle of the
field when it rolled otdtide. Hammond
attempted the ,forwa d pass, but the
'ass was .5 4fte and a 15-yard
1alty dear h amoun. uta
thrown out and examined, one finally
being qelected. This reminded one of
baseball when there are always a few
extra balls thrown out into the dia
But when the game started up again
Holmeqs punted to Denny, who loped
up tlle ield for io yards. On a fake
punt Denny advanced 15 yards around
right end. But the ball was brought
back and Davidson was penalized 15
yards for holding. Elliott was able to
make up this distance lost by gaining
15 yards on the same, kind of play,
except that he went around left end.
Denny punted and Holmes fell on the
ball. Holmes failed to gain and Ham
mond kicked. Dunn's ball. Clark hit
the line for 5 yards. James gained 3
yards over left guard. Dunn made np
gain on the next play, and here arose
another discussion over a holding by
Davidson. Finally the talk was over
and 15 yards' penalty was Davidson's
A delayed pass from Elliott to
Denny and a forward pass netted 30
yards for Davidson and put them
within striking distance of the goal.
Clark clipped off 5 yards and the ball
was now on the io-yard line. Elliott
then shot the pigskin over to Kluttz for
a forwar4 pass, a gain of 12 yards and
a touchildvn netted for Davidson. On
the kick out for a goal the ball was
not handled and there was dlo goal.
Score: Davidson, n1; Carolina, 0;
after 9 1-2 minutes of play altogether.
DAVIDSON SCORES ACAIN.
Holmes kicked off to Peden, who
advanced 12 yards. Denny punted 30
yards, and on the fumble the ball was
Dunn's for bavidson. Clark advanced
6 yards. Elliott attempted the for
ward pass and lost possession of the
ball. Holmes kicked outside and the
ball was Davidson's on the 55-yard
line. Denny punted and Whitely
gained possession of the ball. Elliott
went for io yards around left end.
James failed to gain. Belser made a
good tackle of the Davidson halfback
on this play. The Davidson team was
now within 12 yards of goal. Denny
made a successful forward pass to
Kluttz for a io-yard gain. Moore car
ried the ball over for a touchdown.
Elliott let the ball touch the ground
in fixing the pigskin for a kick for
goal, and the result was no goal for
Davidson on the hasty kick that had
to be made by Elliott. Score: David
son, 16; Carolina, o.
AND YET ANOTHER.
Holmes kicked out to Elliott, who
brought the ball back 10 yards. Denny
kicked and Kluttz gained possession
of the ball. This brought the ball to
the middle of the field and shows the
advantage of the punt game under the
chances that always occur in football
of the other team losing possession of
the ball, especially if the Ma~n doing
the punting has such f-einds of the
Kluttz class. Elliot clipped off a 5
yard gain for 'Davidson*: Denny
kicked, and it wvas Holmes' ball.
Holnmes kicked to Denny, who ad
*'anced only 2 yards. Clark made 2
yards,on a straight buck.
Elliott shot the ball to Kluttz for a
forward pass. The ball was fumbled
- and tre,bvered. H ad gleman for
whom. e pass wag intended not re
sredy the ball, inder the riew'rules
< bfl oul hae aneto the onnon,
to the goal line, and on the next play
Denfiy went over for the touchdown.
Elliott kicked goal. Score: David
Son, 22; Carolina, o.
Holmes kicked out 15 yards and
Holmes was downed in his tracks. The
forward pass was attempted, and it
was Davidson's ball, James gaining
possession. Denny punted and Holmes
advanced 3 yards. Holmes punted to
Denny, who advanced 15 yards. El
liott was down by Perrin for a 3 yards'
loss on the next play.- Denny kicked
to Holmes, who advanced 3 yards.
Holmes kicked to Denny. . Perrin
caught Denny high and tackled the
Davidson half for no gain. Denny
punted. Hammond's ball. Holmes
kicked to Elliott. Time out for the
first half. Score: Davidson, 22; Car
By a comparison of the gains made
in the second half it can easily be seen
that there was something doing for
the University squad in the way of
gains. There was only one change
made, Herbert being relieved at left
end by DesPortes. Holmes kicked off
to Clark, who advanced Io yards.
Moore netted 5 yards over right tackle.
Davidson was penalized 5 yards for
offside. Davidson kicked. Belser re
turned 7 yards. Belser clipped off 4
yards on a straight line play. Perrin
made 2 yards through the line. Holmes
kicked. Denny brought the ball up io
yards. Denny kicked to Holmes, who
advanced 5 yards. Wynne made 4
yards on- a tackle out of tackle play.
ISelser advanced 4 yards over the line.
Perrin went through again for a 5
yards' gain. Loud cheering was heard
on the side lines for Carolina, and the
boys certainly deserved it along here.
Belser netted i yard. Holmes gained
5 yards; Wynne 3 yards; Carter 2
yards. Holmes kicked outside. Mills
was substituted for Daniels. The for
ward pass on a delayed pass from El
liott was caught by Holmes. This was
a great pass, but it was also a fine
catch by Holmes. Wynne then netted
i yard. Belser came in for a deserved
cheer on the next play. He advanced
15 yards on a straight line play, io
yards of which were netted after sev
eral of the Davidson players were on
to him. Holmes went for 3 yards.
Johnston went in for Dunn. Holmes
kicked to Elliott, who went 15 yards.
On a forward pass the ball went over
to Carolina. Perrin went 4 yards.
Booe went in for James. Holmes
kicked and Belser downed Elliott in
Denny kicked 40 yards outside. Car
olina's ball on 25-yard line. Perrin
ripped off 5 yards. Holmes kicked and
it was Davidson's ball. Wilkinson
went in f Podue.n at. right-end. D nny
.-failed to gain. Kick. Kluttz gained
possession of the ball. The forward
pass was pulled off by Davidson for a
15 yards' gain. Davidson was penal
ized 15 yards for holding. Kick, The
ball rolled behind the goal line and it
was then brought out to the 2C-'v
line and kicked out 'by Hol
there was some discussie
as to whether.the play sI?
been considered ato
matter of fact/ the bal
goal litie and had not
touched by a, player -entit>
and, of course, counted id
Holmes kicked ino4