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4 > Image 4 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 17, 1925

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Best Copy KENTUCKY KERNEL PAGE FOUR co c Keep Step JVith Cats 66 !C:i - 'II' "Ml"- On Kernel Sport Page '111 Kentucky Gets Flying Start on 1925 Season, Besting Georgetown and Beating Louisville; Michigan is Unmerciful to Wildcat Pitchers Cubs, WILL W. A. A. WILL ELECT 7 FROSH GAMES OFFICERS IN MAY BE HELD MAY 28 Silver Basketballs Arc Awarded ARE SCHEDULED FIELD DAY to Town Team Students Eli gible for Commis Forty-On- e sions r The field day nnd commencement exercises of the department of Mili tarv Science and Tactics of the uni vcrsity will be held Thursday, May 28, nt which time the Kentucky Reserve Officers Association will be in annual convention at Lexington and will attend the exercises. Forty-on- e students in the advance course of the Military Department are eligible for commissions as sec ond lieutenants in the Reserve Corps of the United States Army, but scv era! of them are under 21 years of ace and will receive certificates cn itiio- tViom to commissions when they attain their majority. A ranking officer of the Fifth Corps Area will be present to make the presentation of commissions and the public is invited to hear the addresses nnri witness the maneuvers of the regiment. The senior in the depart ment having the highest standing will roppivG the General Roger D. Wil i!on,a rim; the senior having the highest military and academic stand ing will receive a pair ot neiu glasses given annually by the State Reserve Officers Association. Other awards will be the drill cup, the four individual cups, competition cup and 5 offered by the Scabbard and Blade, monorary military fraternity, for the best drilled cadet. Will Meet Tiger The Woman's Athletic Association announces its election of officers for the first week in May. Silver basketballs have been award ed the Town team as campus chnmp- Members of the team nro: s. The Green and White baseball Mabel Hill, Mary Thomas, Bessie Boughton, Virginia Robinson, Ruth squad of Kentucky has been diligent ly practicing for the past month in Osborne. team receiving silver preparation for their oncoming games Thn nil Morehead, Manual, Others basketballs are: Kcifcr, Kerth, Hill, Robinson, Taylor, Jameson, Snyder. vollev balls will be nwarded the sophomore volley ball team which won the interclnss championsnip. Under the watchful eye of Coach Ray Eklund the freshmen practice every afternoon at Woodland Park, due to the congested condition of Stoll field. While a definite schedule for the yearling nine is still in the process of formation, the following games have been scheduled: Two games with the Cubs, one game with Georgetown Morehead State Normal, and one game with Louisville Manual, to be played here. The Georgetown High baseball team will also furnish opposition for the yearlings in two games. The Woodland Athletic Club will oppose the Frosh in a game and the Paris High School will also be a likely opponent of the Frosh. Coach Eklund has been dickering with the Centre Lieutenants for game, but the Centre freshmen will have a team this year, according to present information. Thus far Coach Eklund has done nothing but give the squad instructions in the fundamentals of the game and is carrying a large squad at present so as not to miss a likely candidate. The frosh mentor plans to issue uniforms and cut the squad to a workable size and prepare for the coming games. CAPTAIN SCHMID IS TO UNIT ASSIGNED Appointed to Succeed Captain J. J. Bethurum, Dispatches from Washington have been received announcing the transfer of Captain Herbert W. Schmid, of the 28th Infantry, U. S. A., to succeed Captain John J. Be thurum, in the Military department of the university. The transfer order just will be effective on May 30. Captain Schmid at present is on duty at Plattsbcrg Barracks, N. Y. His detail ends there in June and he will be ordered to report for duty here shortly after that date. Captain Bethurum, affectionately known on the campus as "Cap'n Jake," will be greatly missed, as he has made many friends during his stay on the campus. He will be transferred to Fort Sam Houston for duty with an infantry regiment there. "DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED" We Are Trying to Get Something on you! OUR TWO-TROUSE- SUITS R That's why we've stocked so heavily on them for the Spring Showing mm v ,x im Prices Are 'CATS SLAUGHTER TIGER'S PITCHER Northerners Best CARDS ARE EASY Derrick Pulls Prize Play oi Game in Making Catch Frank Smith Collects In the opening game of the season Kentucky's heavy nrtillcry hammered out eight hits for a total of eleven runs off Pinson, Georgetown College pitcher, nt Georgetown last Thursday afternoon,, but Jupiter Pluvius put a hand in the fire in the last of the fourth inning, forcing Umpire Anderson to call the game with the score 11 to 1 in favor of the Wildcats. Probably had the game started on time, instead of being called 20 minutes late the Blue and White would have been able to have earned a victory. Pinson was found for everything he had to offer and the 'Cats were hitting the ball all over the lot. During the early part of the game a storm came un and the mass of dust on the field made fielding a thing out of the question. In the first inning Pinson started off with fine style, whiffing Miller and Riffe in the first inning, but his streak of work was short lived, for the Blue and White force pounded the sphere here and there in the second frame for three runs and repeated in the third with five more. Arnold, Kentucky's center gardner, connected with one of Pinson's offerings in the third for one of the longest hits ever made on Hinton field, scoring Riffe and Croft ahead of him. Georgetown's only marker came in the third inning and was the result! of a clean double down the right field foul line by Daniel and a single to center by Harrod. Th"e entire Blue and White team took a stand at the plate in their half of the third, counting five runs on three hits, a walk and two errors. Georgetown is handicapped in this particular sport by the lack of material, with only one letter man on the team, this being the first year of baseball for a number of their players. Had the fray gone the full nine innings, there is no doubt but what it would have been an easy victory for the Wildcats. Pete Derrick pulled off the prize play of the afternoon's program when he went to the rear of the grandstand and caught Forwood's pop foul. The box score: $35.00 $37.50 $40.00 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 lb Hughes, If Riffe, rf Smith, 2b Croft, 3b Arnold, cf Evans, cf Derrick, c Gregg, p Chancellor, 10 3 2 R. S. THORPE & SONS Incorporated MAIN AT MILL "IT'S THE CUT OF YOUR CLOTHES THAT COUNTS" 0 0 15 2 0 1.5 112 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 12 Score by innings: 0 3 larity of that musical organization. Sergeant Kennedy went to Louis ville last Thursday to try to make arrangements to play at the Louis ville Male High School and at the WHAS radio station of the Courier Journal. The band of 48 pieces will leave Lexington by bus about 7:30 Thursday morning and will return that night. Expenses f of the trip will be paid out of the general music fund of the university. STUDENT FELLOWSHIP 5 .001 Petty Receives Service Award Yellow Cab and Transfer Co. Phones 80 - 444 hurled for Murphy's crew and tossed ninth innings, when the Cardinals garnered two runs. Bailey, the former College Georgetown moundsman, pitched good ball, but was given ragged support by his teammates. Kentucky scored tho first run of the game in the fifth, when Croft crossed the plate on Captain Miller's hit over third base. Kentucky scored again in tho seventh and in the eighth drove in two runs. The ninth inning looked more like a track meet than a baseball game with Kentucky bringing home four men in front in the relay. Frank Smith, second sacker for the Wildcats, was the only consistent batter on either team, getting three hits in five trips to the plate, one of these being good for two bases. John Riffe played his usual consistent game and gathered two hits, one being a Koster and Bailey were best for r. Louisville. The box score: Kentucky AB lb 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 4 Miller Alberts ss Arnold cf Hughes If Smith 2b Riffe rf Croft 3b Henry c Jess Riffe p Samuel p Chandler p PO 14 1 3 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 Totals 40 11 Louisville AB H Koster cf Peregrem ss Euller 3b Osborne lb 4 3 4 4 0 4 3 0 3 0 0 0 11 PO A 2 0 Watrner c Roth If Weber If Ray 2b Vickers rf Kelly rf Bailey p Hartfield p 27 10 14 111 1510 10 10 10 3 14 1 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 0 0 4 11 27 35 Totals 9 Innings 4S from various universities throughout Kentucky the country to receive the American Louisville Field Service Fellowship to French Jno. Riffe, Two base hits Smith, universities, by the members of that Euller. Runs Arnold, Smith, Jno. organization for the year Riffe 2, Croft 4, Kester 2. Errors This fellowhsin will defray the ex Peregrem, Euller, Wagner, Roth, penses of a year's study in Europe Henry, Smith. Double play Bailey, and may be renewed for a second Osborne to Ray. Struck out By year. Jess Riffe 0; by Chandler 3; by BailMr. Petty wns graduated from the ey 4; by Hartfield 1. Bases on balls university with an A. B. degree. The Off Riffe 4; off Chandler 3; off lollowmg year he attended Columbia Hartfield 2. Hit by pitched ball University from which he received Smith, by Bailey. Left on bases his M. A. degree. He is at present Kentucky 7; Louisville 10. Winnings instructor of Romance anguages at pitcher, Rffe. Losing Pitcher, Bailey. Columbia. Umpire Q. Wells. 5 4 311 Georgetown Two base hit Daniel. Home run Stolen bases Alberts, Mil Arnold. ler, Riffe, Croft, Derrick, Chancellor, Harrod. Sacrifice hits Smith, Al berts. Struck out by Gregg 2; by Chancellor 2: by Pinson 2. Bases on Balls of Chancellor 1; off Pinson 4 Earned runs Kentucky 9; George town 1. Left on bases Kentuck 5; Georgetown 4. Time of game 1 hr. Umpire Anderson. 12345678 00001012 00000001 12 LOOK BOY8! Studebaker U Drive Iti All New Studebaker Can 5 Passenger Touring and Roadsters NOTICE TRY US Field The University of Kentucky baseball nine romped to an easy victory over the University of Louisville in a game played Monday afternoon on St. Xavicr field at Louisville. The final score was 8 to 2. Jess Riffe 1925-192- 3 2 1 10 p Totals 0 0 0 0 10 00 Shearer, 2b Tandy, 2b Casebier, 2b Kentuckv You'll be Pleased With Our Service. We'll be Pleased to Serve You. 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 A concert given by the University of Kentucky Band will be one of the opening numbers on the program of the Kentucky Educational Association, which convenes at Louisville Wednesday morning, April 22, and ends Saturday, April 25. The band will play at the opening banquet of the conference which will be held in the Brown Hotel on Thursday, April 23. This is the first time that the university band has ever been on the program of the K. E. A., and this goes to prove the increasing popu- BATS Three Hits in Five Attempts Mr. Oscar Yiers Petty '20, was chosen one of the eleven students 0 5 111 10 rf Pinson, 10 0 8 11 2 2 Open Program At Louisville Oscar 1 AB R II PO Bradbury, ss Harrod, lb Forwood, cf Rabe, If Muir, 3 11 00 2 0 0 Famous Organization to 1 2 22 11 Georgetown Reeding, c Daniel, 3b 0 2 0 1110 110 p Totals OTHER SUITS AS HIGH AS YOU WANT TO GO 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 U. K. BAND WILL PLAY AT K. E. A. WINS AB R H PO Kentucky Alberts, ss Miller, Coach Murphy's charges mot a big snng when they tied up with tho University of Michigan nine Inst Saturday In tho opening game on Stoll field nnd lost tho contest 18 to 5. Tho heavy artillery which downed Georgetown tho Saturday beforo was sadly lacking and tho pitchers wero not In form. Mlchiganltes hit everything Tho that come across tho plate and singles oftentimes went for doubles, when fielding became slack.-- A fair sized crowd was present for tho opening fray, which was started by Turner Gregg, midget right handcr. FORMER 'CAT FOR Nine, 18 o5 Seniors wishing to order nvitations may do so by addressng their order to tho Harcourt Engraving Company, Louisville, Ky., attention Mr. Siler. The prices of the leuther invitations are 38 cents each, and the paper invitations are 20 cents each. It is necessary that the cash or check for tliu full amount be sent with the order. ' Rates Reasonable Phone 360 333 E. Main St. HesuyReed Studaat Manager '2S V