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Image 7 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 30, 1926

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KENTUCKY KERNEL A ginnt mushroom wns recently inches nround nnd wns eighteen Inches found between Wnylnnd nnd Sudbury, through, which Is nbout the size of n thirty-fivMass., which mensured largo cauliflower. o P. B. ROBARDS PRESSING Phone COLLEGE BOYS' TAILOR 29 ALTERING 216 S. Limestone CAT TRACKSTERS BALL TEAM IS ON TRIM TENNESSEE SOUTHERN TOUR Kentucky Shows Improvement Will Play Vanderbilt Nine in in Weight Events ; Gess Is Star Two Games Today and Satin Dashes; Coons Takes urday ; Met Western Broad Jump; Brady Loses Yesterday ROOT ft. t University Lunch Room Our Specialty Banana Sandwich Banana Splits "Our Fountain the Best" O. D. GEDDES, Prop. PHONE 4303 TAKES TEN POINTS 17 Kentucky's trnck sqund, thirteen strong, ncompnnlcd by Conch Kay Eklund nnd one lone but enthusiastic rooter, " Bowser, conclu sively proved that there's nothing nbout the number thirteen to cnuse nlnrm when the boys from the Blue Grnss slipped Into the Tennessee mountains Inst Snturday nnd con quered the University of Tennessee trackmen by the decisive score of 74 to 4G. The Kentucky team demonstrated in this meet thnt it is roundintr into real lorm, and with two more dual meets on the card, it should be in the pink of condition for the Southern Conference tournamuent, which will "Bow-wow- be held at Chapel Hill, N. C, May 16 Tenessee started off strong by cap turing first in the 100 yard dash. forcing the veteran Brady into second place, and quickly followed this victory by a second when Boggan ran the mile in 4:40. Brame. of Kentucky' finished strong for second place. The most outstanding feat of the ufternoon was accomplished by Bill Gess, who captured the quarter at :51.7 and a few minutes later ran to victory in the half in the remarkable time of 2:03. Gess is one of the most promising runners ever developed at Wool and linen knickers to wear on the campus or to change to in the afternoon full, roomy, cool, comfortable and washable. $4.50 to $6.75 THESE VALUES BROADCASTING NO NEED STATION GOLDBERG'S Campus Representatives : LYLE CROFT, PAUL JENKINS, LOYAL VANARSDAL PAGE SEVEN the University of Kentucky and that some Conference records will fall before the impact of his flying feet before the season is over is almost n certainty. In the hurdles, Root ran true to form and took both events handily. Coons annexed first place in the broad jump at 20 feet 8 2 inches but was beaten in the high jump at 5 feet 10 inches. Captain Brady was not forced to extend himself in the pole vault, winning at 11 feet and was high point man of the meet with 11 points to his credit. "Red" Eliot, of Kentucky, ran the e race beautifully, besting the previously undefeated Price of the Vols by a gallant sprint down the stretch on the final lap. Gratifying improvement was manifest also in the field events on the part nf the Blue and White, Anglin taking the shot at 36 feet and Creech the javlin at 144 feet in the face of a strong wind. The following men made the trip two-mil- MEN ARE ON TRIP Yesterday morning before Lcxing ton was fully awake, the Wildcat din mond artists embarked on an L. & N. train for "Bowling Green, Ky., where they played the Western State Normnl school yesterday afternoon In the first of a three game Southern trip. To day the Cats arc in Nashville. Tenn. all set for a two game scries with the Vandy Commodores this afternoon and tomorrow. Seventeen men arc accompanying Coach Murphy and Manager Wnlters on their annual Southern jaunt. These plnyers are Captnin John Rlffe, Jess Riffe, Ericson, Schulte, Goodwin, Der rick, Wert, Bach, Skinner, Miller, Smith, Alberts, Crouch, Adams, Voss- - meycr, and Anderson. Little is known concerning the strength of the Commodore nine, but Vnnderbilt is famed over the nntion for the excellency i her nthlctic tenms. Earlier in the season Vandy dropped two hard contests to Georgia, but later atoned for these defeats by giving Alabama a severe trouncing. Kentucky's improvement which was hown in the Cincinnati game wns exceedingly gratifying to her supporters and paritcularly to Coach Mur phy. It looks like third base will be held on a par with the other positions on the team in the future. Crouch, plnying his first game at that sack against the Ohioans, performed in big league style, hitting a neat double for the first hit of the game, and besides, played a nice fielding game. Also Ericson behind the bat looks like a mainstay. Brady, Anglin, Brame, Griffith, Akin, Kirdendall, Brown, Gess, Creech, Root, Coons, Eliot and Dowden. FRESHMEN DROP FIRST GAME TO TIGER CUBS With the addition of a trio of new nfielders to the lineup last Saturduy, the Kittens presented a much better baseball team in their game with Georgetown than on the previous week when they were defeated by Picadome. The Tiger Cubs defeated them 6 to 4 by virtue of their ability to touch every freshman pitcher for consecutive hits. However, the feature of the game was the errorless fielding of Kentucky. Up to the present time about 135,000 passports have been issued for Europe this year. This number, however, includes amendments to passports. 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