|Venue: MCG||Date: Saturday May 24, 1913|
|Result: Win by 16 points||Umpire: Noseda||Crowd:|
|Goalkickers: J.Wells 3, A.Baud 2, G.Bruce 2, W.Gibbins 1, R.Moran 1, V.Valentine 1.|
|Best: E.Jamieson, B.Dick, P.Mills, T.Clancy, G.Green, J.Wells, A.Baud, P.O'Brien, F.Triplett, W.Gibbons, A.Barningham, V.Valentine|
|Reports: Nil||Injuries: Nil|
Game ReviewFor most part of the match it was a very even game that was played mostly through the centre of the ground. High marking and long runs were a feature by both sides. In the final term, Carlton's weight and strength was the difference between the two teams. The attendance was described as "moderate."
Highly talented and ill-fated Alf Baud kicked two goals on debut in this game, as Carlton returned to the winner's list against bottom of the table University at the MCG. Afterwards, the Blues sat in fourth spot on the ladder, with 3 wins and a draw from 5 games.
The top three teams were Collingwood, South Melbourne and Fitzroy.
|B:||26 Dave Earsman||15 Ernie Jamieson||5 Harry Haughton|
|HB:||9 Paddy Mills||14 Billy Dick||21 Andy O'Donnell|
|C:||18 Frank Triplett||17 Gordon Green||8 Tom Clancy|
|HF:||24 Martin Gotz||1 Jack Wells (cc)||25 Alf Baud|
|F:||19 Wally Gibbins||7 Richard Moran||3 George Bruce|
|Ruck:||10 Paddy O'Brien||23 Alex Barningham||6 Viv Valentine|
Two 1890 - 1907 canvas jackets still being worn by Martin Gotz and Viv Valentine
Back Row; Alex Barningham, Wally Gibbins, Martin Gotz, Dave Earsman, Andy O'Donnell, Alf Baud, Tom Clancy, Paddy Mills.
Centre Row; Ernie Jamieson, Harry Haughton, Jack Wells, Billy Dick, Richard Moran, Viv Valentine.
Front Row; Gordon Green, George Bruce, Paddy O'Brien, Frank Triplett.
In: A. O'Donnell, H. Haughton, A. Baud (Eaglehawk), D. Earsman (Northcote)
Out: G. Challis, V. Gardiner, J. Marchbank, A. McDonald
Milestones50 Games: Alex Barningham
Debuts: Dave Earsman and Alf Baud
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