THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Dates Set for Interscholastic Basketball Tournament
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NET MEET ARE
The New Belmont Restaurant
Opposite the Phoenix Hotel
Regular Meals, All Kinds of Sandwiches
Refreshing Fountain Drinks, and Confections
Spotts will be watched with much
The Wildcats added another game
to their Southern Conference stand- interest as many of the followers of
iportdom will remember that this was
TennesPlans for the annual Kentucky In ing when they defeated the night by the man who played an end position
terscholastic Basketball tournament, see Volunteers last
for W. and L. on the gridiron last
which has been sponsored for the a 48 to
.'all and was one of the main cogs
IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU.
past eight years by the Univrsity
The visitors were mighty lucky tha' n the Generals' machine that defeat-- d
of Kentucky, took definite form when
the Wildcats on Stoll Field a few
the score was not any larger than it
Mie sites for each of the eight regionWildcats, nonths ago. He was also one of the
al basketball tournaments were an- was and they can thank the
for the way in which they played dur nen selected for tho
Kentucky missed team.
The regional tournaments will be ing the first half.
"Where College Men Go"
should have been
held simultaneously throughout the many shots that
117 E. HIGH ST.
Tomorrow night Kentupky plays
H. M. DAVIS,
state of Kentucky on March 9 and snow birds;" besides muffing
Indiana at Bloomington. This will be
and falling on the floor.
10, according to schedule, the contest
me of the best teams that we will
ants to be determined by the district
Jeffries who made his debut as a 'ace this year. Indiana has lost but
tournaments held March 2 and 3.
team, played wo games this year and thesp were
This year the class "A" and "B" member of the Wildcat
by very close margins. Purdue, the
specsystem of classification, which was a smooth game and showed the
capable of scoring leaders of the Big Ten so far this
initiated last year will be usd again tators that he was
som year, just barely defeated their state
by both boys and girls. Last year under close guarding. He made op school by three .points and this was
pretty shots when rushed by the
one of the greatest upsets of the his
roorr during the last few minutes of play.
tory of the tournament was promoted position. There is, however, be z
whn Millersburg Military Institute, moreimprovement. He
It would certainly be a welcome
polished player later in the sea
a Class B team, defeated London, a
.ight to see the Wildcats "hit their
Class A quintet, in the finals of the son.
3tride" during the first half of a
Tonight the Wildcat five will be al jame. So far this year they have
Class A girls' team, again carried off
ilways played the best game during
lowed another opportunity to "crack
the girls' trophy.
a conference foe when they stack up .ho second canto. We know the men
All Lexington schools, including th
capable of playing the same brand
Lexington Senior High school, are in against the Generals of the W. anf ire ball throughout a game. Here
and Lee. The strength of
the 18th district, which is comprised L. outfit is not really known. They S hoping that they will "come into
of Jessamine and Fayette counties, are reputed as having a strong team their own" tonight with W. and L.
but a site for this district meet has especially well drilled on their offenompany
not yet be-selected, according to sive power.
A "garrison finish" is an awful
Prof. Charles E. Skinner, of Lexing
ood asset for a team to possess and
ton Senior High, who received a'bal
They have in a man named Spotts has won many a game. Yet this
lot Saturday on which to vote for the a tower of strength, one who is adepl Ighting ability could be used during
at handling the ball. He has the abil- - vhe entire game. Then, perhaps, a
The tournament for region 16, em3iiNiwimaiiiiiiiiiiiK3iiimiiiiiic:iiiiiimi
ty to shoot goals from almost im 'ast minute spurt would not be necesbracing the counties of the 17th, 18th, possible angles of the court.
sary to carry a team to victory.
19th, and 20th districts, will be spon
sored by Georgetown College. Dis
trict 17 is comprised of Franklin, An pionship.
and spinFat men, mothers-in-laderson and Woodford counties; the
minutes later, the sters are not so funny as most peoS 18th includs Fayette and Jessamine rowd in the Phoenix lobby stood ple believe, according to Professor
while the 19th comprises Mercer tense while Bill threw the foul by
C. Almack, of Stanford UniverBoyle, Lincoln, Garrary, Casey, Pu
wireless. They burst into cheers John
1 laski, Wayne, and McCreary.
He declares that after a
when Hukle took the bottle down long sity.
The sites for the regional tourna 2nough to tell the rest of the story.
period of joke classification he
ment3 were announced as follows:
finds that these subjects do not figMurray Teachers
Them were the days. We've been ure as prominently as is believed.
for another championship
Scientifically tracing American hu
3ver since, and all the star material
and brilliant prospects have taken mor to its den or reality, Professor
1 Third Region Western Teachers tumbles. Seems that when we have Almack says that prohibition, poliCollege. Bowling Green.
congress get most
l.he worst outlook the results are bet- tics, womn, and
Fourth Region University of Lou ter. Maybe our present flock of net laughs from the layman. Democrats
We cut it to please you
are not so funny as Republicans;
artists will unjinx, us.
congress is four times funnier than
Fifth Region Centre College, Dan
Lime and Maxwell
J. T. Shuck, Prop, g ville.
The 1921 team just dropped out of the League of driving place babies
2 Sixth Region Georgetown College, a clear sky. No one was expecting and back seat
a championship, although the Wild- drawing the available supply of mod
Seventh Region Eastern Teachers cats were having a good season. ern American guffaw.
He also states that his experiments
They got "good" all of a sudden.
Ashland High Lavin, King, Atkins, Ridgeway, and indicate that women are not quite so
humorous as men try to be, but, he
The eighth region division is th
Why not Jenkins, Combs, McGinnis, assorts, married women do have a
; newest development in tho basketball
McBrayer, and Owens? Our opinion keener sense of appreciation than
tournament as the state was divided is that Kentucky's right!
We're their husbands.
into only six regions last year. These tightl And, we hope you don't feel
rranpements created too many
"byes," whereas this year every team hurt!
W. W. STILL
will play in the first round. Thirty
And how about a golf team for the
two teams will participate
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state meet here, 16 boys' teams and ponents. And they do tell that among
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o PRESIDENT TURCK IS
eon3 ago. Way back in the
spring of '21, when four pair of collegiate trousers could be made from
the cloth that now goes into one, an
embattled squad of Wildcat basketeers
wre engaged in tournament. It was
a critical moment. They were sweating and their tongues were hanging
Their opponents also were
The score was: Georgia, 17, Kentucky, likewise. The minutes to play
were at a minimum. The place was
Down at the Phoenix hotel, the lobby was crowded with U. K. men, for
in thosn days
were what they
should be. Red Hukle stretched his
arms and body to the full m'asure of
their broad and long expansiveness,
and daintily led roars of the masses
from the balcony. Evry few minutes he would proclaim the score and
plays through his megaphone, for it
was the custom in those days.
The score reached 19 to less in
favor of Georgia. And then as th'
game ended the score was tied in
favor of Kentucky. But a foul had
been committed. Bill King's unfaltering eye faltered as he dropped th"
pill through for a 9 count. Kentucky had won the Southern cham- co-e-
The Association of Kentucky
and Universities elected Dr.
Charles J. Turck, head of Centre
Danville, as their presidsnt Satsession at the uniurday at an
versity. President E. J. Franklin, of
named vice president, and Frank
Rainey, of Centre College, wa3 reelected secretary.
The meeting was opened with an
address by President T. J. Coates, of
Eastern Teachers College, Richmond.
Dr. Coates praised the work of the
University of Kentucky and its presi-len- t,
Dr. Frank L. McVey.
Dr. Turck spoke on the subject of
"What Can the College Do in Promoting International Peace?" The
norning session closed with an address by Prof. J. C. Jones, head of
the department of political science
it the University of Kentucky.
It is interesting to note at this
point that when Lindbergh was a
Treshman at the University of Wisconsin thirty-od- d
fraternities had a
:hance to rush him.
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their adorjust seem to say, "We come to bring
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thousand miles from shore.
This marvel of national defense
was accomplished and duplicated
when the airplane carrier, U.S.S.
Saratoga, and her sister ship, U.S.S.
Lexington, were completely
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In each, four General Electric
combined, 180,000 horsepower to
the propellers enough to drive the
ship at 33 knots (39 miles an hour)
enough to furnish light and power
for a city of half a million
The design and construction of the
electric equipment for the U. S. S.
Saratoga and the U.S.S. Lexington,
tributed in great measure,
exemplify the part General
Electric plays in promoting
the welfare of the nation.