THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Masterful Pitching of Rhoads Gives 'Cats
Victory Over Centre Nine
with the javeline throw if they stay
a hundred yards or so away.
Whatever the outcome may be, the
that they have been in a fight aiul
they will have to fight hard for every
point they gain. The Wildcats will
be out to try and avenge the defeat
handed them on the gridiron this yast
fall and each would be more than wil
ling to 'give his all in an effort to de
feat the Commodores.
IN R ARE FORM
ton's official delegate to the International Housing and Town Planning
Congress to be held in Paris, France,
Professor Schick informed the mayor that he would be in Europe this
summer and would like to attend the
congress. He will be given a certificate of appointment which will entitle
him to a seat and a vote at all the
sessions of the congress. His expenses are not paid by the city.
Prof. B. W. Schick
Will Go to France
cents will be charged every entrant.
horseshoe tournament, also, is open to all the men students in the University. As in the
tennis tournament, trophies are being
offered to both the winners and to
The entrants must
the runners-up- .
have signed up by April 23. A set
of rules governing the match may be
Intra-murBy Lawrence Shropshire
tennis will bopin April obtained at the
23. All entries must be in the intra- Also, horseshoes for practice may be
Playing brilliant baseball behind the
masterful pitching of Robert Rhoads,
mural office by 5 o'clock, April 20. obtained at the gymnasium.
Kentucky's Wildcats shut out the
Thers will be play in both doubles
Young Woman: "I want that dog Centre College nine last Saturday on
and singles with trophies being of
Cheek Field by the score of 13 to 0.
shot at once."
fered to the winners and to the
Kentucky's big portsider caused ninei
Policeman: "I can't shoot him here Colonels to whiff the ozone and allowin both events.
of the varsity tennis in this residence district. The bullet ed them only two hits while his mates
squad and those who have won letters might go right through him and hit coupled ten hits with a like number
in tennis or those who were winners somebody."
of Centre errors to spike the rubber
Young Woman: "But couldn't you 16 times.
fall will not be allowed to compete in shoot him lengthwise?"
Coach Fred Major took a squad of
the matches. An entrance fee of 25
Michigan Technic. 25 players to Danville for the game
and they were greeted with the most
unfavorable playing weather encountered this season. Only a handfu of
fans braved the biting wind to witness the contest and many of these
were forced to retreat before the win
try blasts before the game was oyer.
Kentucky in Rare Form
The Kentucky team appeared to be
in rare form and its fielding in several
SERVICE AND SATISFACTION
instances bordered on the sensational.
Three misplays were chalked up
against the Wildcats but this was not
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mond. This game marked the 'Cats'
first encounter with another Kentucky
team this season and many of those
who watched the sparkling play of
boys are at
the Blue and White-cla- d
a loss to understand Jiow they had
such an unsuccessful southern trip
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Prof. W. B. Schick, associate pro
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situation throughout the entire game.
The southpaw star had pitched
ball up until the seventh inning
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U. K. TRACKMEN GO
out a long double. The only
other hit garnered off his delivery
was made in the next inning by Edwards, who singled to right field.
The Wildcats opened hostilities in
the first frame when they shoved two
markers across the plate. By the
time the game was well advanced the
struggle had developed into a massa-- 1
ere and the Majormen had managed
to score at least one run in every inning except the second and eighth.
Three Colonel twirlers took their
turn on the mound in an effort to stop
the Wildcats, but all were equally
Jeff Is Heavy Hitter
Irvine Jeffries, Kentucky's lead-of- f
man and shortstop par excellence,
at bat by collectlead his
ing four hits, one of which was a
in six appearhealthy
ances at the plate. Cole and France-wa- y
each got two hits out of four
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Batted for Mauser in ninth.
Franceway. Struck but
Rhoads, 9; by Harris, 2; by Edwards,
1. Losing pitcher Har0; by Jones,
ris. Umpire Tillett.
started a drive for greater "date"
freedom. The girls' student council
voted to ask the faculty for freedom
from dormitories for Sunday afternoon walks, 10:30 dates on Friday
nights, and 11 o'clock dates Saturdays. Dates are now barred on Friday nights and the Saturday night
limit is 10:30.
Coach Shively and Sixteen of
Best Runners Will Meet Commodores Tomorrow Afternoon
showing distance. Elliott has been
improving in the past week and it is
more than likely that he will be able
to give the Commodore man a tight
Dohrman and Owens are our best
bets in the mile run and both have
been covering the distance in 4:54 and
4:56, just one or two seconds slower
than the best the Vanderbilt team
has to offer. We should win the
relay. Bill Gess should win the
440 and 880 and if the track is fast
he may possibly set a record.
Kentucky is weak in the weight
events. Coach Shively has been unable to find a man who can putt the
shot or throw the discus. The lives of
spectators will not be endangered
Coach Shively and sixteen of his best
cinder artists will leave Friday afternoon on the 4 o'clocK bus for Louis
ville, and later they will entrain for
Nashville to engage the Vanderbilt
Commodores in a dual track meet tomorrow afternoon.
Coach Shively has been working his
men hard this week putting them
through their paces for the various
events and a decided improvement has
been shown since the Georgia Tech
relays of last week, in which the 'Cats
placed in two events. All of the men
have been rounding into better shape.
The dash men have shown up especially well and it is almost certain
that the 'Cats' sprinters will cop at
least two or three of the dash events.
In the mile and
Kentucky men have shown promising
ability. Although a little slow in
starting, they warm up as the laps
In the mile and
the Commodores won last year, they
have the same man back again. His
name is Wilson, a brilliant runner, as
all who saw him perform last year
He covered the mile in
4:50 and the two miles in 10:47, a
splendid record. Our men in the
run will be either Elliott,
Johnson or Young. Johnson has
shown the best speed this week. Yet
is is slow compared to Wilson's time
and he will have to step to keep in
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