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6 > Image 6 of The Kentucky Kernel, February 20, 1920

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL PAGE 6 SPORTS BASEBALL "Say i& It With Flower? BASKETBALL KY. IS OUTCLASSED DOUBLE HEADER TO CATS TAKE SECOND GAME FROM TIGERS BE SATURDAY NIGHT BY CENTRE! OUTFIT Defeated By 28 to 1t Qeortetewn Score of'.Boyt' and Glrlt' Teams Meet Here McMillan, Bell, Hayden and Saturday Nlfht Play Beat 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: Georgetown. Kentucky. Adams, (iCapt.) (6) Blakey (4) Forward. Porter (2) Hayden (14) Forward. Jones (4) Everett (iCapt.) (2) Center. Black Ridgeway (2) Guard. Leonard (4) Burnham (2) Guard. Kentucky, Lavin for Substitutions: Blakey, Blakey for Everett; Georgetown, Sympson for Adams, Porter for Black. Referee James Park, of Transylvania. i p 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 7:30 o'clock. 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 doublc-hendc- treat. SOPHS SNATCH GAME 0 FROM ENGINEERS; 21-1- llakey 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 15 points. 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 Everett, half. was as follows: The line-uKentucky. Centre. Blakey (5) .......v.. McMillan (15) Forward. Hayden (7) Walden (6) Forward. Roberts (4) Everett Center. Armstrong Burnham Guard. Ridgeway Bell (14) Guard. Centre, Diddle (3) for Substitutes Walden, Snoddy for Roberts; Kentucky, Lavin (3) for Blakey, Wllhelm for Everett, Smith for Ridgeway. Referee Adams, of Georgetown. RldjJ-away- ' Brown Cordovan Shoes FOR f Lexington, ivy Hotel I Phone 945 r0PR J. Donald Dinning High-Clas- University Representative. Telephone 40M Shoe Repairing s Done While You Wait ALL WORK GUARANTEED p 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 game: Sophomore. Engineers. FINALS TO BE Brown (8) Forward. Duvall (2) LEAGUE PLAYED SATURDAY Kenney Bean (2) Forward. Freshmen and Sophomores To ConMcCormick (4) Lewis (4) test For Saturday Center. Morris (9) Welch (2) TRACK MEN TO The Freshman and the Sophomore Guard. basketball teams will meet on the Truett REPORT SATURDAY Mauki gymnasium floor Saturday afternoon Guard. 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 days, 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 practice. 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. Patronize Our Advertisers 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 COLLEGE eight bronze basketball watch fobs to A young man usually picks out a Shoe will be given to the seven members of the winning squad and to the manager. service as well as style. Here is a good stand A large crowd of students is expected one. enough style to impress you with has to be present to witness the chamis so unique in effect refinement. serves pionship game. p j i yain Street Phoenix We also have a line of new high grade Shoes for men and boys. These are guaranteed to give the best of satisfaction. THE NEW WAY SHOP Corner Short and Mill Streets In Selecting a University For a college education, there are five things to be taken into consideration: 1. The men tution. at the head of the Insti- The scholastic standing and ability of the Teaching Staff. 3. The location and advantages of environment. 4. Equipment, buildings, laboratories 2. and libraries. 5. Cost. In all these respects the University of, Kentucky commends itself to those seeking a higher institution in which to carry on their education. All Departments, including Liberal Arts, Sciences, Agriculture, Law, Education, Mining, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. The Government needs trained men and women; college training will bring the result. Address PRESIDENT FRANK L. McVEY Lexington, Ky. University of Kentucky MEN that for t "DADDY" athletic that it equally well for both young and older men. We recommend it highly for its service qualities. Made on a long slim English last. Rubber Heel. Classic SOLES ILL. S. A. (Daddy) Boles, just It direc- tor at the University, and general dis- 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. last. TRIANGLE CLUB Invites you to attend their WEEKLY DANCES Wednesday and Saturday Evening, at'8:30 p. m Price $12.5f New K. C. Hall, North Limestone. GEORGE P. ROSS Montague's Orchestra Main Street, West Admission $1.50 IF IT'S STYLE WE HAVE IT COMMITTEE JOHN MARKING HERIERT NUNNELLY RAY MeCOWAN