The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KY.. APRIL 25, 1924
KENTUCKY WILL BE HOST
HIGH SCHOOLS IN STATE
High School Week at University
Begins April 30, and Closes
VISITORS TO ATTEND
Trials in Track Athletics, Ora
tory, Debating and Public
Speaking to be Held.
WELCOME OUR VISITORS
To Students at the University:
The weelc beginning April 28
School Week at the
Beginning Wednesday, April 30, and closing
Saturday, May 3, we shall have
at the University three or four
hundred visitors from the various high schools over the state.
These visitors will judge the
University largely by the manner in which they are received.
In the past, they have had audiences at their speaking contests.
I trust that the students will
make it a point to attend the
public sessions on Tursday evening and on Friday evening of
that week, and show their interest in our visitors.
This is an opportunity for our
students to show the University
to best advantage, and I am asking the student 'body to show
their customary courtesy and respect to our guests.
FRANK L. McVEY,
High school week at the University
of Kentucky begins on Wednesday,
April 30, and continues until Saturday,
May 3. During that time 'the University will be host to some three or four
hundred visitors from the various
'high schools of the State. These young
people will come to the University of
Kentucky to participate in the State
tournament in tracic athletics, oratory,
debate, declamation and public speaking More than sixty of the largest
high schools of the State will be represented. The program for the events
will be as follows:
Wednesday, April 30 Preliminaries
and finals in public discussion.
Thursday, May 1. Contests in oratory and declamation will be held, be- OF MIDWEST AND SOUTH
ginning at 11 a. m. The finals in these
contests will be held Thursday even-- 1 HAS SUCCESSFUL MEET
ing, in the University chapel, when
Mr. Desha Breckinridge, editor of the
Lexington Herald, will present to the Twentieth Annual Session Attracts 225 Teachers of Latin
winner in oratory, a 'handsome silver
cup, engraved to the memory of Col.
W. C. P. Breckinridge, Kentucky's
U. K. AND TRANSY HOSTS
most 'brilliant orator.
The preliminaries in debate will begin on Thursday morning, May 1, and University and Transylvania Cooperate to Entertain
continue through Thursday afternoon
and Friday morning the finals being
held Friday evening, May 2. At that
Approximaely 225 teachers of Latin
time Mr. Harry Giovannoli, editor of
the Lexington Leader, will present to and Greek attended the twentieth anthe winners of debate on behalf of the nual meeting of the Classical! AssociaLexington Leader, a handsome silver tion of the Middle West and South,
which convened at the Phoenix Hotel
On Friday afternoon, May 2, the at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, April
preliminaries and on Saturday after- 17. The University of Kentucky and
noon, May 3, the finals in track will be Transylvania College were hosts for
'the three days' meeting.
held on Stoll Field.
The Association of the Middle
The schools which will be repre- West and South is the largest classi(Continued on page 8.)
cal organization in the world. In its
membership of 4,000, it includes stales
as far west as Ndbraska, as far south
NEW FOOTBALL COACH as Texas and Florida, and as far "east
as Virginia. This was the second time
SEEKS STUDENTS' HELP in the twenty years of its existence
that the Association has met in Kentucky, the first time having been in
Essential Features Are Adher- Louisville in 1912.
ence to Training and
The delegates were entertained by
the University of Kentucky with a
dinner at the Phoenix Hotel Thurs-- i
Fred J. Murphy, newly elected
de,ivered the address of
to give uiolnm. n.wl IT T Barton, of the Uni
fiA.-t- 1 i
vers,ty of Ilhno,s- thc eleventh pres
r,ii hu- - .Za
of the Association, responded.
i - Vi Mdent
mi twain tin nit tvuisiic
of the final 1924 game had been blowa
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and if this comes true Centre will return to Danville on the day of their
game, defeated by State the
first time in many years.
"Quite recently, it has been develop- -
auca mm in
,a h. ,fMtr.e
First Kentucky Man to Win Four Letters
Inspection officers from Wash
tional plan of any University. I have mBton inspected the R. O. T. C.
felt that the whole idea of a:h-- 1 umt of the University Wednesday
as being merely forms of recrea- - ?nd Thursday in everyy phase of
hen and exercise was misconstrued ,ts w.ork', Th nspect'on will de- largely whether or not
entirely." Coach Murohv said. "The tcrm"
Kentucky will become a college
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of dVinguisVed classification
GAME BY 13 TO 9 SCORE
FHOM MARYVILLE TEAM
Game Featured by Scoring Proclivities of Both
RIFFE HURLS GOOD GAME
Visitors Collect Six Runs in
First of Third
For the first time in its history the
umvcrsuy 01 Kentucky Doaats a four
Iff fat- ....... rU..I.. T nugnes
....v. - rtn
this distinction. "Turkey" as he is
more lammariy Known to his college
associates and hosts of admirers, is a
Junior in the College of Arts and
Science, and since his entrance in the!
"fjS ..T, ISJJS
Us credits were not recognized until
he had passed one year's work. He i
a member ot S. A. E. fraternity and
of Keys. His scholastic standing is as
creditable as his athletic record; in fact
"Turkey" is the most brilliant satalKte
on the Wildcat horizon.
Thc University of Kentucky baseball team won the!r fourth game of the
sason when they defeated the Mary-vill- e
nine on Stolit Field Thursday afternoon by the score of 13 to 10 in
a game featured by bases on balls and
Maryville started the scoring in the
first inning when they scored one run.
Kentucky came back in the second
half of the same inning and tallied
three times. Gregg blanked Mary-v"ll- e
In the second inning white the
Wildcats shoved one more across the
In thc third inning the visitors got
delivery for three runs
which tied 'the score. Riffe then- went
to thc mound for Kentucky and allowed three more runs to cross the
pan making the score 7 to 4 in favor
of the visitors. Kentucky got one of
them back in the same inning.
The fourth inning found the Mary
ville team unable to score and th&
Cats took advantage of the lull in the
visitors' scoring proclivities and pro
cured one more run for Jesse Riffe.
Maryville failed to touch Riffe's deliv
ery in the fifth while the Cals collected
three runs and gained a 'two run advantage wifh the score standing Kentucky 9, Maryville 7.
Kentucky failed to get a run in the
sixth round while Maryville added
one to their score. In the seventh the
Cats got two more runs while the
visitors were held scoreless.
Maryville was again held scoreless in the
eighth while the Wildcats added two
more to their total giving them 13
for the game.
In thc ninth and final round of the
TAKE SERUM TREATMENT
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a lit !i.La .ill
the Wildcat teams.
hi,e a ,stu.dent
who resides 5:1
"Turkey"- recently accomplished the'
Lc.x,,,g,on during the college year s
Phenominal feat of making two of his
letters in one week, winning the first Sa'C !rT typ'l0ld'
for.tunate ! other c
baseball game and the firrst track event
Physicians have called the
In this ' nm,1Ities;.
aevcopea during the
event in which he entered. In thi.
summer vacation typhoid." frrom Mav Parade, Pledging,
track meet, which was held at
and Crowning of May Queen
Hughes took two first places, to October are regarded as typhoid
to be Held.
one being the broad jump, in which he months. It is advisable for those who
ar going outside of communities
jumped twenty-twfeet six inches,
The afternoon of May 2 has been
nearly a foot better than the S. I. C. where the water supply is well pro'fcortl. Th's will not hold as a new tected to take the various serum treat- declared a holiday by the University
tccord, however, as thc official mark ments for protection against typhoid. Council tor rhe purpose of celebrating
These can be secured at the Univer- a May Day festival.
Plans for this
must be made in the S. I. C. meet.
sity clinic to those who wish it.
event are being carefully worked out
ihe importance ot tollowing thi by the Suky Circle, and in order to
In baseball Hughes is the most de- advice is evidenced by the fact that in
make it a grand and glorious success,
pendable man on the team, being
an institution situated in Tennessee, every student in the University is
because of his reliable pitch- there were eighty cases of typhoid in urged
to enter heartily into it.
ing and his ability as an outfielder.
March and of these cases, eight died.
The first pant of the program will
He is above the average player in It is possible to protect yourself
be under the d'rect'on of the Woman's
basketball, and in football he is among against such a situation.
Administrative Council This will in- the best of the Kentucky halfbacks.
FRANK L. .McVEY,
elude a parade led bv the University
Hughes was also the first FreshPresident, Univ. of Ky. Band, leaving the campus at 1:30 and
man in the University to make four
crrvintr mi I .imoentntiit amn in AfI.,
numerals, having fulfilled thc stipulat-alwa- s
down Main and back to the campus. A
ed requirements for football, basket-letic- s
large silk "K" banner if offered as a
ball, baseball and track, in his fresprize for the most attractively decor- man year.
All Senior ring orders must be
Although Hughes is a Junior this
soon as possible for delivery be- 7 iayor
year, ne has only been a student in the tore the end of the term. See John
University two years, since some of Shaw, Book Store.
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