THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
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KY. IS OUTCLASSED
DOUBLE HEADER TO
CATS TAKE SECOND
GAME FROM TIGERS BE SATURDAY NIGHT
BY CENTRE! OUTFIT
28 to 1t
of'.Boyt' and Glrlt' Teams Meet Here McMillan, Bell, Hayden and
The Wildcat aggregation took another basketball game from tho
Georgetown Tigers Tuesday night on
the Georgetown floor, by a score of
Although the Kentucky
28 to 16.
team, as a whole, were not unusually
"hot" in tho Georgetown game, yet
they were always able to keep a safe
Hayden, Kenlead on the Tigers.
tucky's forward, piled up eight field
goals, making half the total number
of points for Kentucky. Tho Georgetown Bcoring was about evenly divided among all their players.
and scoring was as folThe line-ulows:
Adams, (iCapt.) (6)
Everett (iCapt.) (2)
Kentucky, Lavin for
Blakey, Blakey for Everett; Georgetown, Sympson for Adams, Porter for
Referee James Park, of Transylvania.
Basketball fans will have the privr
ilege of witnessing a
Saturday night when tho boys' and
girls' Varsities of Kentucky Wesleyan
and tho University of Kentucky meet
on the Kentucky floor, beginning at
This will be the first game that the
Kentucky quintette has played with
the Wesleyan aggregation this season.
The game between the two institutions which was to have been played
a few weeks ago was cancelled because of absence of lighting facilities.
It Is reported that the Wesleyan Varsities both boys' and girls' are unusually strong and fast, so spectators
Saturday night are promised a rare
SOPHS SNATCH GAME
The Centre Colonels snatched away
the largest part of Kentucky's hope
for the State championship In basketball when the Centre quintette defeated the Wildcats Saturday night at
Danville, by the score of 44 to 15.
McMillan was the star of the game,
as he usually is in an athletic contest,
and was ably supported by big Matty
Bell. For Kentucky, Blakey, Hayden
and Lavin succeeded in gathering up
At no time during the
game did the Wildcats gain a lead,
but at the end of the first half the
score was only 16 to 10.
Ridgeway replaced Smith in the regular line-uthat met the Colonels Saturday night, and Lavin, Wllhelm and
Smith were substituted for Blakey,
during the last
was as follows:
Blakey (5) .......v.. McMillan (15)
Centre, Diddle (3) for
Walden, Snoddy for Roberts; Kentucky, Lavin (3) for Blakey, Wllhelm
for Everett, Smith for Ridgeway.
Referee Adams, of Georgetown.
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The Sophomore basketball team
climbed another notch on the Campus
League basketball championship pole
Monday afternoon, February 9, when
they defeated the Engineer's team by
a score of 21 to 10. Morris, guard,
and Brown, forward, on the Sophomore quintette, played stellar games.
Below is the Hne-uand score of the
FINALS TO BE Brown (8) Forward. Duvall (2)
PLAYED SATURDAY Kenney
Freshmen and Sophomores To ConMcCormick (4)
test For Saturday
TRACK MEN TO
The Freshman and the Sophomore
basketball teams will meet on the Truett
gymnasium floor Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock to play for the championAll men interested in track work
ship of the Campus League series.
BATTERIES PRACTICE; SCHEDULE report to Coach Buchheit Saturday
The Campus League schedule has
IS NEARLY COMPLETE. afternoon at 3 o'clock. Report in
been only about half completed, but
track uniforms on the gymnasium
dn view of the fact that many games
The preliminary practice for base- floor.
have been postponed causing a congradually getting under way.
Those interested In sprinting, long
gestion of games for the next few ball is
reported during the distance, hurdles, high jump, and shot
together with the fact that the Batteries have
afternoons of the last two weeks, and put are especially urged to be presother teams in the series have lost
have been very suc ent. Indoor work will begin Saturtheir work-out- s
more games .than the Sophomores and
con- day and will continue until the weathteams have cessful. This indoor practice will
Freshmen, all the other
tinue until the weather permits out- er permits outdoor practice.
agreed to forfeit their remaining
has been arA heavy schedule
games to the Freshmen and Sopho- door
Coach GUI reports that a heavy ranged and the Coach is anxious that
mores, in order that the championship
baseball schedule is now being ar- all men expecting a try for the track
may be played off immediately.
ranged and that the complete sched- squad to report at this first meeting.
The game Saturday afternoon will
ule Willi be ready for publication in
most interesting series
end one of the
the next issue of the Kernel.
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of games ever played at the University. The schedule was arranged to
cover a period of about six weeks, and
to include more than a score of
games. Not only is the championship
of basketball on the campus at stake,
but there is the added incentive of
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penser of good cheer, did not grace
the campus with his usual smile and
pleasant countenance last week. The
reason was that "Daddy" was confined
at his home with a severe case of influenza. But after a week's absence
be Is back at his job again.
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