THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
'CAT THINLIES LEAVE FOR TECH RELAYS
Wildcats Will Invade Ohio Monday and Tuesday
Shively to Enter Six
Men for Dashes and
NEW RULES OF Pat Devereaux Keeps
Two -- Mile Combine ;5een from the Pres s Box jj TENNIS COURTS First Lineup Intact;
Team Settles Down
left last night for Atlanta where they
By Lawrence Crump
The following revisions in the
rules governing the use of the Uni1930
Conch Bcrnic Shively
versity courts has been prepared
by the grounds committee and will
Saturday. Shively intends to enter a
in the Tech relays
be strictly enforced:
CAPTAIN HAYS OWENS
track team. And Hays has never
and two men in the
Courts are for the use of U.
Hays Owens Is captain of his third
of K. faculty and students only.
and Kelley will run in the century and Captain Owens, Thom-asso- led a losing team.
2. Courts must not be used when
Owens has followed an eventful career
O'Bryan and Jones will compose the relay team, each mostly along athletic lines, with his exploitsat the Universitydimmed by his wet or damp.
In other fields
man running a half mile.
achievements In the blue and white rigging.
3. All players must wear regula"
For an athlete who has won letters three different times in two sports tion smooth
The Tech Relay came a little early f
The Wildcat relay team has been and worked Just as hard In a third, Hays has an exceptional scholastic shoes without heels or suction soles.
In the season for Kentucky to show
by the cool standing of better than 2. Among other things Hays is captain of Comher full strength, but Shively Is op- - greatly handicapped
4. When all courts are in use playtwo-mil-
tlmlstic on the chances of the 'Cats weather which has prevailed since
to place In the meet. There Is no the opening of the track season,
official team score kept during the
dash Is the
meet and the
only track event besides the various
relays. Field events are a part of
the program, but none of the Ken- tucky men have so far jusuneci tneir
being taken on the trip.
Kcllcv and Hcbcr will find them
selves pitted against the best in
the South when they start against
Brown, of L. S. U., Farmer, of
North Carolina, and Smith, of
Alabama. Brown won both the
dash and the
dash at the Southern Conference
meet held last year at Birmingham, and Farmer can be counted
on to push the entire field.
Kelley has been able to show his
heels to Heber in the
so far this year, but Shively expects
Newport boy to give him a much
better race as he develops endurance. Kell'ey's best race Is the
dash and his time of 23 seconds
flat on the Georgetoown track last
week is indicative of what can be
expected of him when he is pushed
in this event.
In addition to Brown, Louisiana
State University will be represented
by a powerful two-miwith all four of Its members click
ing off the half mile in close to 2
pany A in the University R, O. T. C.
Owens was graduated from Lexington Senior High school in 192G,
where he had played football, basketball and ran on the track team. He
but failed to get
earned letters by running the dashes and the half-mila letter In the other sports.
Kentucky freshman thlnlies in 1926 when
Owens was captain of the
and 440. He made letthe team won eight meets. He ran the half-mi- le
ters in basketball and track In his second year and again in his Junior
run at Louisville.
1927 he won the intercollegiate
scrub on the football squad in 1928 and 1929.
He was a
4:35, and the two miles
in 2 flat: the mile In
Hays made the
and the relay this year.
In 10 flat. He is running the two miles, half-mi- le
Hays was captain of the track team that won the meet at Camp Knox
Sigma Chi social fraternity, Omrlcon
last summer. He Is a member of
Delta Kappa, honorary campus leader's fraternity, Sigma Delta Chi, honorary Journalistic faternnlty, and Scabbard and Blade, honorary military
fraternity. He has been named delegate on the national convention of
He formerly was conScabbard and Blade at Minneapolis, April
nected with The Kernel sports staff.
Hays is majoring in Journalism and mlnoring In history and military
science. He plans to become a coach or enter some form of Journalism.
Hays lives at 316 Woodland avenue.
and Wayman Thomasson's time of
2:01 for the half at Georgetown Is
best turned in by a Kentucky
man to date. Owens, Jones and
O'Brien have all run the half In less
.man s:uo ana snouia lower ims on
the Atlanta track
The meet at Georgetown last
week disclosed the fact that Kentucky has two first class dash men
as well as four top notch middle distance runners. Floppy Forquer surprised by defeating Babe Wright in
the shot, but the showing of the
Kentucky men in the high jump
and pole vault was disappointing.
Gibson was handicapped in the pole
vault by having a pole break under
htm, but Roberts simply had an off
day In the high Jump. Captain
in 10 minOwens ran the two-miutes and 33 seconds and finished
KENTUCKY'S BASKETBALL COACH
with plenty of reserve. It would
The University of Kentucky is entertaining applicants for the position
have been Interesting to have seen of basketball coach of the Wildcat varsity. When Johnny Mauer packs
him pushed In this event.
his duffel and moves north to Miami University next year a new man
will be deciding who's who and how it should be done. Just now the athAll members of the freshmen bas letic council is master of ceremonies at the who's who game.
Approximately 300 applications are being considered by the council
ketball team who made their 1933
numerals may obtain them at the for the position recently vacated by Coach Mauer. A majority of the
of S. A. Boles, athletic direc applications are written and Include excellent recommendations, accordoffice
tor, on the first floor of the men's ing to S. A. "Daddy" Boles, athletic director. A number of well-knogymnasium. It Is desirable that nu-- I mentors are Included in the aspirants for the Kentucky post.
Selection of the new coach will be made within the next several
meral men call for their sweaters as
soon as possible according to fin an- - weeks, Daddy Boles said. The council refuses to be rushed in its selection
and is considering each application thoroughly. Announcement as to who
nouncement by Mr. Boles.
the new coach will be will be made immediately following1 his selection.
The athletic council which will make the selection is comprised of Dr.
W. D. Funkhouser, chairman: Daddy Doles, Enoch Grehan, Ernest A. Bureau, Gale Mohney, Len Miller, Louis Hillenmeyer, John Stoll and Lou
Everyone (Especially Students) Eats
SAYS TOM SILER
COCOANUT CHOCOLATE LOG
Phone, Ashland 7703
205 Woodland Avenue
Tom Siler, sports editor of the Orange and White, University of Tennessee student publication, is looking for a great team at Knoxvllle this
fall. He speaks thusly:
"When the undefeated Volunteers step on Shleld-Watklin moleskin and fed up on sauerkraut juice next fall there will be a great
team to represent the university. Not only will there be a great team on
the field, but there will also be a great team on the bench. Never have
we seen such a galaxy of superlative reserve material to call upon In case
of injuries. Mention any position and there will be a high class sub on
the bench ready to fill a regular's shoes. Not men who will fill the position in name only, but also in victorious action."
Tom's last words do not apply to the Thanksgiving game.
MAUER AND SPICER
And while we are working on Tom' Slier down Knoxvllle way we
might give the devil his due. Tom seldom forgets Kentucky in the column he conducts in the Orange and White and his comments are often
complimentary. For instance:
"Kentucky's great basketball coach, John Mauer, has announced that
he will accept a position with Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, at the
close of the present school year. This is quite a blow to the cage hopes
of the Wildcats, as it always takes a new coach a year or two to become
acclimated to a new school. Also it was announced that Carey Splcer was
elected captain of the cage forces. It seems that there are very few things
that this boy Splcer can't do. For one thing he can play football and
he's far from mediocre on the hardwood."
WE'RE ALL WET
straw vote on prohibition, being conducted
In view of the nation-wid- e
by the Literary Digest, a recent pool at 14 of the largest universities in
the country is tof interest. In all cases except Pennsylvania, where the vote
aroused litfle interest, a majority of students voting wanted either modi
fication or total repeal, itesuus oi me you iuuuw.
Enforce. Mod. Repeal
M. I. T
strong wool ribbed Polo shirt that is
particularly adapted to cool days out
of doors. "We have them in new
Spring colors that are guaranteed
fast, and the shirt is cut to fit the body
admirably. The price is reasonable
only three dollars . . . and we have
them in a full range of sizes.
PAGE MISS MARGIE!
This Isn't exactly sports unless it can be listed under the Indoor variety, but since Miss Marguerite McLaughlin Insists that women dictate
their own fashions, and since Niel Plummer threatens to forsake the water
wagon and cast a "wet" ballot in the Literary Digest poll should anyone
make that crack about long skirts "hiding a multitude of shins," here 'tis:
clipped from the "Grapurchat," student publication of State Teachers'
College at East Radford, Va.. under the gentle heading of "Apes."
"The girls from Hunter College, who are approximately 6,000 strong,
have condemned the new long skirts and have a multitude of sins to lay
are going to wear Just exactly what the male dressmakers of Paris tell
them to, whether they like it or not. They Just simply can't get away
from it. And what hurts them most is that they have to admit it. Free,
emancipated womanhood of this country? Who coined that term any
way? Next year some big French dressmaker probably will decide that he
needs a new car and will make some striking aleration in woman's dress.
Will they complain and refuse, in indignant terms, to wear such a thing?
Perhaps, but they'll wear 'em Just the same. We dare 'em to say it
am t so."
The menu for this wceK is pienty of hitting and quite a bit or Monday afternoon.
Coach Dcvc-reu- x
fielding:, with probably a couple
seems to have his best combiof scrimmages with Coach Johnny
nation now working in the infield,
Maucr's freshman crew. With the though it became erratic enough in
ice broken and a .667 percentage
the first Ohio game. Urbaniak and
on the win side of the column, the Toth, the keystone twins, who were
arc settling; down to real credited with most of the errors,
work and do not intend to lose settled down In the last game and
any more ball games due to erfrom their fielding this week they
ratic fielding and lack of hitting:. seemed to have overcome their difCONVOCATION
The pitchers were given as much ficulties to a crcat extent. Mauser
rest as couia oe nnoraea inem injat third and Kruger on first base
the earlier part of the week. Rhoads seem to have had little difficulty in
and McBrayer were allowed to work holding thlr own against invading
but an Inning each in the frosh players at their positions.
The starting: outfield of KelInstructor In Military Sci- game Tuesday afternoon. Howard
was called upon
ence from Indiana Univer- Green" gunners in to face the fray. logg, Murphy and the hard-hittin- again
most of the
be used against
sity Will Address Student As yet McMurray has not seen any "Buckeyes." In case either of the
service, but he probably will get to above should run into a hitting or
work part of one of the Ohio games. fielding slump Coach Devereux
No Changes Indicated
Col. O. P. Robinson, professor of
can replace them with Bill Kelly
Apparently no changes are to be or Joe Ohr, the lad who furnished
Military Science and Tactics at the
University of Indiana, will speak at made In the lineup before game time
(Continued on Page Seyen)
the General Convocation, April 23,
at 10 o'clock in Memorial hall. His
subject is "The Operations of March
21, 1918." This is better known as
the Somme drive.
Shown . .
Colonel Robinson is a graduate of
the Army Staff College, Army
Friday and Saturday
School of Line and Army Signal
a beautiful selection
School. He was formerly head of the
department of military history at
the general service school at Fort
RobinLeavenworth, Kan. Colonel
son is the author of "Fundamentals
Exclusive and original
of Military Strategy." As a speaker
he is extremely interestng. His submodels from Bendel,
ject has an appeal, not only to the
Vogue, Hyland and
B. O. T. C. students, but to the
Country Club. Your Inwhole student body.
The operations of March 21, 1918,
better known as the Somme drive,
biggest and final offensive
drive made by the Germans. An his
torlcal synopsis of the drive is as
Ky.- follows: "The first and heaviest blow
fell to the right of the British army
and at the junction between
French and the British. It was
launched March 21 on a front of 50
miles, and continued until April 6.
"This drive aimed to separate the
British and French armies, to isolate
Coo-Cothe former by the capture of an important railroad center at Amiens,
and force them back to the channel.
SHORT ST., BETWEEN LIME AND UPPER
It resulted in driving the British
forces back about 40 miles."
THE INTRAMURAL PUTTING TOURNAMENT
This was the hardest combat the
Allies had during the entire war. It
was at this time that Marshal Foch
SPEND YOUR SPRING HOLIDAYS HERE
took command of the Allied forces
and united them under one head.
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR FURTHER INFORCol. Robinson knows this subject
thoroughly and his talk can be apMATION OF THE SORORITY TOURNAMENT
preciated by everyone.
JOHN J. GALVIN,
Hours 10 a. m. to 12 p. m.
We also have
and Scotch Golf
Alpha Delta Sigma
To Present Award
The Desha Breckenridge Chapter
Delta Sigma. National
Honorary Advertising Fraternity,
will present a key to the graduating
senior of the fraternity who has
made the highest standing In advertising during his four years In
The senior will be decided
upon by the Faculty Advisory Comof the fraternity, of which
Dr. Miner is chairman. The key
will be presented during the May
Day exercises at the Men's gymnasium on May 2. This is an annual
award, given by the fraternity to a
graduating senior and is an incentive toward better work among advertising students.
Alpha Delta Sigma held a short
business meeting Thursday at 7 p.
m.. April 10, In The Kernel business office. Plans for the new year
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the Kentucky stadium last Friday and Saturday.
ers must play doubles only and
give up the court to those waiting
after the doubles sets have been
5. Any violations of these rules
will result in the forfeiture of all
privileges of using the courts.
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