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The Kentucky Kernel, April 17, 1919

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, VOL IX CATS CLEAN TIGERS 1919'S IN BASEBALL ENTRY Spectators Brave Inclement Weather to See Kentucky Defeat Georgetown College in First Game The Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Georgetown Tigers Friday afternoon, by a score of 8 to 3, In the first varsity baseball game on Stoll Field this season. With the sun playing behind the clouds, and a cool breeze blowing in the face of the crowd as sembled on the bleachers, Captain warriors took the Held to prevent old Kentucky from suffering defeat by Tiger claws. k Zer-fos- s' Shades of 1918 Seen. Familiar faces were to be seen in various positions on the Wildcat diamond. Kohn, Muth and Mlzrach were In the garden; Propps and Zerfoss were scampering around the second cushion, Thomas was preparing to "take 'em off behind the bat," and "Doc" Lasley was adorning the pitcher's mound. Two first year men in the University were pccupying the corners of the infield. O. Brown, from Louisville, was on first and "Dutch" Burnham was on third base. Jim Parks, a graduate of the University of Kentucky, a big league pitcher of wide reputation, and now the director of athletics at Transylvania University, called "Play Ball" at 4:00 o'clock. Lasley's Style Is Starlike. The dependable southpaw of the Wildcats, iLasley, who earned for him self such an enviable reputation last season, started the first game of the season. He walked the first two men up, and then settled down to real Wild' cat style of pitching. Several times during the game he showed his ability to pitch himself out of a hole. He struck out five men and fielded well. In the seventh inning Slomer, a new comer and a twirler with speed and curves aplenty, was given a chance on the mound. He allowed only four hits. Thomaa began his second season with the Wildcats as backstop, with the same old pep and dependability. Captain Zerfoss played a steady, errorless game at shortstop. Propps got two clean hits, and had the distinction of making the first score for Kentucky. Mlzrach poled out two safe hits, one of them a and brought in three runs. Kohn secured two hits and two runs out of three times at the bat. Tiger Pitcher Gets Poor Support Bailey, pitcher for the visitors, did not receive the support due him from the field, and worked hard in the pinches to keep the score down. Errors were plentiful in the Georgetown field, and especially at third base. Dean, of Georgetown, and Kohn and Mlzrach, of Kentucky, furnished the three-bagge- (Continued on Page Two.) LITERARY SOCIETIES MILNER SCHEDULE DEBATES A debate Is being arranged between the Horace Mann and Union Literary Societies and the Phllosophlan and Patterson Literary Societies. Preliminaries are to be held in the different societies and the winners will debate in an open meeting In chapel. The date will be May 8. Those who will probably try out in the Horace Mann are: Irma Wentzell, Amanda Forkner and Adele Slade, Those scheduled for the try out in the Phllosophlan are: Kathleen Brand, Katherine Herring, Claribel Kay, and Edna Snapp. It Is thot that E. S. Dab ney will represent the Union and M. C. Redwine, the Patterson. This is the first event this year In which girls have participated in de bates. As the debating season draws to a close, rivalry Increases between the men and women debating teams. The skill of the boys has already been s proved and it remains for the to demonstrate their ability in the de bating field. OLD ENEMIES FROM THE SOUTH HERE ON FRIDAY Two Games With Volunteers Will Be as Good as Any Wildcats Will Play This Season In the Volunteers from Tennessee, Kentucky's Wildcats will find a worthy foe, according to all tips, when the two teams line up on the Stoll Field diamond next Friday and Saturday afternoons. The Volunteers encounter Centre College at Danville on Tuesday, then will march over to Lexington and camp at the Phoenix hotel for several days. From this location they expect to launch four "drives." On Wednesday they will engage Georgetown College In Georgetown, returning to Lexington to meet Transylvania on Thursday. Friday and Saturday the Kentucky Wildcats will come to the rescue and stop the attempted invasion in the conflicts of those afternoons. Tennessee is confident and so is Kentucky. Meek, who won two games from Kentucky last year, is expected to pitch one of the games this week He will be opposed either by Lasley or Slomer, who promise to convince him that he has been in a real base ball game before the decision is ren dered. Callaway, who is conceded to be the best shortstop on any Southem college team will appear this year in . the Volunteer's This is his year on the Tennessee team. fourth , Kentucky's exclusive of the pitchers, will be practically the same as in the Georgetown game: Brown, first base; Propps, second base; Burn-hathird base; Zerfoss, shortstop; Muth, left field; Kohn, center field; Mlzrach or Sauer, right field, and Thomas, catcher. JCY., APRIL 17, 1919 AND HARBISON DR. PATTERSON WILL S. A. E. WINS FRAT SPEAK TO SENIORS CHOSEN LEADS IN PLAY "Grand Cast is Selected For "The Two Virtues," Philoso-phia- n Literary Society Production Virginia Helm Milner and Margaret Dean Harbison will take the leads in "The Two Virtues," the play to be presented by the Phllosophlan Literary Society. Selections were made for the cast at held Saturday night at a final try-othe home of Miss Sallie Bullock Cave, at 178 N. Mill street. Rehearsals are being held every night, with progress which promises to result In the best production ever staged by the Phllo- Bophian. Miss Milner, the charming star of "You Never Can Tell," Is displaying the same ability in the role of Freda Guilford, which was admired in her appearance as Gloria In last year's performance. Miss Harbison who takes the part of Jeffrey Panton, leading man, is mak ing her debut in University dramatics this year. She will undoubtedly make good use of this opportunity to exhibit her histronic ability. Other former stars were chosen for the cast. Miss Alma Bolser, whose inter pretation work in last year's play was unusually excellent, was given the part of Lady Milligan. Miss Bolser is ill at present and Elizabeth Marshall Is doing splendid work In her part. She will continue to rehearse as Miss Bol ser's understudy. The role of Alice Exern, companion to Freda Guildford, will be taken by Elizabeth McGowan, who appeared as the "irrepressible Philip" in "You Nev er Can Tell." Miss McGowan was one of the leading characters in the Philo sophian play given year before last, also. The entire cast is as follows: Jeffery Panton Margaret Dean An derson. Freda Gulldfords Virginia Helm Milner. Alice Exern Elizabeth McGowan. Lady Milligan Alma Bolser. Claude Jervolse Fan Ratliffe. Isabel Jervolse Louanna Duckwall The Maid Kathleen Brand. The Butler Clarlbelle Kay. The exact date of the play will be announced later. At a recent business meeting of the society, Virginia Helm Milner was elected stage manager, Clarlbelle Kay advertising manager, and Frances Marsh property manager. line-up- line-up- No. 19 DEMOCRATS ATTENTTN A meeting of the Democrats, includ ing aspiring suffragettes of Democratic faith, Saturday, will be held April 19, at 11:30 a. m. in chapel. Are you Interested in the questions of the coming State primary? If so, come M. C. REDWINE. out. Old Man" In Chapel For First Time This Year to Address Student Eody. . TROPHY FROM S. N. Close Guarding President Emeritus James K. Patterson will speak in chapel on Friday to the Seniors of 1919. His subject will be of his own choosing. This is the first time this year that the "Grand Old Man of the Campus" has appeared in chapel and one of the largest audiences of the year is expected. Dr. Patterson has been in vlted many times this year to speak in chapel but the inclemency of the weather has confined him to his home. The extraordinary vigor of his intel lect has served to belie the usual con sequences of 86 years of life and altho his health is not always good, he Is as active in thought as a far younger man. The Senior class will attend in a body and occupy "Senior Corner." Other classes will occupy their respective places. Freshmen will sit on the north side of the chapel, Sophomores in front of them and Juniors and visitors to their left. Moving day exercises will be held soon and it Is important that each class know its position. and Fast Playing Feature; Wilhelm, Rogers Cousins and Gorman Star Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity basketball team defeated the Sigma Nu quintet in the finals of the basketball series in the gymnasium at the University of Kentucky Wednesday night, by a score of 8 to 6. With the gymnasium filled with enthusiastic students wildly cheering their favorites, basketball teams representing Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma Nu fraternities met Wednesday night to play off the finalB of the basketball series. Enthusiasm, excitement and gripping interest reigned supreme in the audience from the time "Daddy" Boles, in the role of referee, blew the starting whistle until time was called by the timekeeper at the end of the game. The features of the game were close guarding, fast playing and accurate teamwork. 3. A. E. Gains Lead. y The first point made in the game was by Sigma Nu, when Wallace threw a foul. But the slight lead gained by Sigma Nu was soon overcome by one of the most spectacular shots of the EVERY UNDERCLASSMAN entire basketball season. Jimmy Wilhelm, from the center of the floor, shot Immortal Senior Court Pub- a fast one thru the basket for the first lishes Rules Which Will two points in favor of S. A. E. Duane Rogers, the fast forward for S. A. E., Insure Uninterrupted soon added two points, and before the Health Obeyed half was over Wilhelm had shot anThe "Thou Shalt Not's" of the Sen- other field goal, making a total of 6 ior Court were prepared In a recent points for S. A. E. At the end of the meeting and are herewith published first half the score stood 6 to 1. for the benefit of those concerned. Score Becomes Close. The Kernel learns from good authority In the second half the audience was that It has always been indicative of a deep understanding on the part of held in breathless suspense. Both quinFreshmen to respect and obey every tets played hard and showed excelmandate of the court. It has even lent teamwork. Foster was substibeen rumored that certain Freshmen tuted for Logan in the S. A. E. lineup. who have been incautious in their ut- Sigma Nu began to pile up points, makterances respecting the court have ing S. A. E. work hard to keep its lived to regret such actions very much. lead. Sigma Nu guards prevented S. The Kernel's informant wishes it A. E. from getting any points during known that the laws published do not the first part of this half, while Gorin any way annul those now in exist- man, easily the star for Sigma Nu, ence, whether contradictory or not. added a field goal and threw a foul, The rules for the governing of Fresh- making a total of 4 points. Connell men and other lower classmen follow: and Foster, guarding Sigma Nu for1. No underclassman, shall walk wards, did not allow them to make a across the paths made in the grass goal during the entire game. if plots on the campus, or walk across the newly laid sod. 2. No underclassman shall throw any refuse or puper scraps on the campus. 3. Every underclassman must salute Patterson. 4. No Sophomore or Freshmun will bo allowed to smoke on the steps of the Main building. 5. Canes and corduroys are restricted solely to the use of Seniors. Interest was intense. V. C. Ropors guard, managed his to elude Colpltts, and shoot a goal from a difficult position. Rogers is only 5 feet 2 inches tall, but he played the position of forward like a veteran. Gorman followed with a field goal for Sigma Nu making the score 8 to 6 in favor of S. A. E. Three minutes of hard playing had not changed the score when (Continued on Page Four.) (Continued on Page Three.) Rogers Prevents Tie.