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ment of the frame.
With the hoys in better form right
now than they hnve been in past seaSocoiul sons atbo this time of the yei,r they
able to turn back ti, Bears,
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provided, however, that the'- piny up
to the form that they displayed
npainst the Georgetown Tigers Inst
cunnt, ending the scoring for both nnd Kills did quite well for the Blues.
ti'nms. The gnmc ended with the hnll
Housemother "I wouldn't smoke if1
in possession of the Green team on its
I were ydu, girls."
Girls "Heck, you couldn't." Tex- The work of Mohney nnd (Jllb stood
out for the Greenies while Ott, King as Ranger.
I am pleased lo announce the addition of Tom Cochran, of
Marion, Ky to the sport staff of Tlie Kernel and sorry to announce
exhibition wtlj inspiring the resignation of Stanley Roysc, who has heen made proofreader.
enough for most nny fan and
rCoach'Frcd Murphy's Wildcats will locnl people thnt Kentucky showed
will be n
"No space," the boss says. "No bunk," I say. Therefore
leot the University of Cincinnnti factor in the baseball race in the
we're mutual, so please excuse tho briefness of this column this
tearcnta in iho next homo pnmc here South this season.
contest of the PATRONIZE
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The manner in which the Wildcats sat the Georgetown Tigers
on their lieads out on Stoll field last Saturday afternoon is enough
to warrant something much better than a last place club in the
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maioritv of them if they pcrfonn as insniringly as they did
Kentucky will entertain the Cincinnati Bearcats here next
Tuesday afternoon and our boys ai o eager to register their second
win at the expense of the good team from Ohio
Skinner twirled a mighty fine game in his first start although
a trifle wild. Bradbury, the first man up, got a questionable sin
gle off him and from here on he bald the enemy at bay without a
THE INEVITABLE GRIPING
Although our track team lost to Vandy, there is no disgrace
in the defeat as some of the pessimists of the campus have
thought and said since the boys' return from Nashville
If some would come out and try, instead of griping about
those who do try and fail, the University of Kentucky would be
better off, it appears to me
And here's a funny headline :
DAMMED RIVER FORMS VERY BEAUTIFUL LAKE
And if I were that newspaper I'd be ashamed of myself.
ALL POINTS IN THE
North, East, South and West
We were talking about the up and down style of capitalization
the local papers the other morning and took the word "univer
sity" as an example.
"The university is down on "The Lexington Herald," I re
"And so's Frank Norris," soliloquised some wise bird.
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other night. But I'll be darned if I can see any change in them
at least they didn't miss any issues.
"That's the fly in the ointment," remarked the trainer of the
Yankees as Ruth's long home run Tuesday landed in the can of
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With Two Pairs Pants
(By TOM COCHRAN)
Spring football practice was
broughMo an end at the University of
Kentucky Tuesday afternoon when
two picked teams, consisting of university men, clashed in a game on
Stoll field. The two elevens emerged
with honors even after a struggle
that lasted nearly two hours. The
score was 12 to 12.
The Green team, led by Pisgah Ma- loney, seemed in the early stages to
be better than the Blue, led by Jimmie
Pence. The Greenies had things going their way during the first half
but the foe came back in the second
pe riod and outplnyed them.
The Greenies were tkv first to score.
Early in the first period Knadler, Blue
quarterback, attempted to punt, the
ball striking one of his own men. It
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Kentucky Choral Society, the University of Kentucky cooperating, wilL be held at the Woodland
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Evenings of May 4th and 5th
Students of the university may secure .tickets
without cost, at the university bookstore on the
dates, April 27th, 28th, and 29th.
dates tickets will be available only at regular price.
The Elijah will be rendered at 8:15 p.m. May 5th.
Artists Concert of Popular Music on May 4th
he T avern
was recovered by the Green team and
on the first play Jenkins went through
the line 10 yards for a touchdown
The Maloneymen almost immediately
followed this up with another. The
off to Phinps who
brought the ball back to the 35 yard
line. On the next play, Mohney took
a pretty pass from Jenkins and
sprinted 50 yards for a score.
The Blue scored late in the second
quarter when King intercepted a pass
and ran 75 yards for a touchdown.
The score at the end of the first half
was. 12 to G in favor of the Greenies
In the third quarter, with the ball
in the Blue team's possession on their
strip, Ott made
a series of line plunges and went over
for the touchdown that knotted the
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