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PAGE KENTUCKY SIX will surely add greatly to Kentucky's CLASS TRACK MEN1 cinder squad next season. The performances of Gcss, Brady, and Hoot SHOW GOOD FORM Hrown, Cochran clipping offwere outhis disstanding, each Results of Kvents Kxpectod to Uncover New Finds Tor U. of K. Cinder Path Tenm in 192G FURSHIE TUTS SHOT flf) FT. tance in fast time. Oess especially, did well in the quarter, finishing out the distance in ififvl on a slow track. The following are the results: d dash Hrady, first; Tracy, second; Sandifer and Shipley tied for third. Time, 10.1. dash- - Gess, first; Brown, t second; Akin, third. Time :f3.r; Mile run Cochran, first; Brnmc, second; iJowden, Ihird. Time, 4:80.4; Two-mil- e run Brnmc, first; Klliott, second; Hichnrdson, third. Time 11:47; Mile relay Brown, Coons, Ross, Time, 3:55.4. Browser. Despite tho fnct that the weather wna apainat the annual inter-clns- s track meet hold and on Stoll field Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, some pood times were turned in by many of the contestants and Coach Ray Kklund had n chance to form his opinion on some of the candidates and decide LOST A Duofold pen with gold who should go to Vanderbilt tomor- band. If found return to Virginia row. Phone Kellev and receive reward. Hill Oess was the outstanding find 132 IX. as a result of last year's moot and Knvanaugh, weight man, is regarded Athletics in the United States hold of the ninety world's recby many as the find of the 11120 meet, thirty-fiv- e lie threw the shot about ords for track and field events. Great and 39 feet and won his event easily. The Britain is next with twenty-fiv- e Slurps boy is a freshman now and Finland is third with twelve. COME IN Avail yourself of our t. KERNEL 0- - nnd Heed iMilcr nrc two oticr reasons why thnt event should tnkc plnce. In the Inst tfnmc John Rnrnored three two-bas- e nnd hits nnd n home-ruMiller four siiiRles from the delivery of "Hljr Swede" on0 of the hest pitchWestern Conference. Chuck Georgetown Nino To Furnish ers in thowill greatly strengthen the Alberts, Opposition For Blue and infield. White Here; Alberts ReFloat Georgetown Last Ycnr to Lineup turns Last year the Wildcats succeeded in I'l.AY 'I'lC.KItS TOMOHKOW CLOSK OA MR RXPRCTRD defeating the Tigers In the home UniTi'tin1 rjii'n. snow mihI xleot luul the other things which old game, rain causing no game to he Still without the services of Jesse played in Georgetown This senson 1ms boon sendintr rather regularly around these i in Pluvins UitTe, premier pitcher, hut with little the return game will he played on pnrts for the past lVO or three Weeks, the Wildcats will tie up -two weeks after Kentucky re- with the Georgetown Tigers tomorrow at Stoll field in their sec- - chuck" Alberts, peppy shortstop, re- t .l KnoKn inimn nf in lionann. Ittill Mill iHJ UIV t:., r i. t..,I nit. 1.11.-1fllll J. Vllillll Ullll UdOUUtlli Although Murphy's men outhit the Michigan Wolverines Murphy's baseball team will play the nmttmjittmm last Saturday, they were defeated, due to the wildness of Charlie Georgetown Tigers on stoll Field rt and Skinner, more than anything else. morrow. The existence nil week of a CEEN FROM THj7 'CATS AND TIGERS MEET TOMORROW By UOOVEJ PRESS BO The Tigers are not reputed to have much, having been beaten wet (nnmonl has hampered practice. Eastern Normal nine m tho opening game oi tne season ,lmvvill. rw,, uv..,.r i,... i,., nv. purieneing the same difficulty over nt and the Cats are respecting easy sailing tomorrow. hv tho COME TO i Georgetown nnd the odds should he fll'"t. even, the Wildcats having drop- TRACK RESULTS INTERESTING ii linanl v.tilll Viwl unmn tn Minlii. and fraternity track meet gan lnsl we(k,nnd Georgetown having Tho results of the annual inter-las- s Which appear in other columns of this issue are quite interesting unable to piny Knstern Normal last in view of the good times made in the running of the various (Tuesday on account of rain. ....,. .... ,.,,......-.jiauu. events, consuieringane poor conuiwun ui uiu Bill Gess ran in winning the .. J The outstanding race which (IeUverIefll,of 'the quarter mile in :B3.4 augurs well for Coach Ek unci and his team, vo pitchers, this year. He has a pretty stride and is bound to do better under Wcrt nnd skinner( pa3SC(1 barely oul. favorable conditions, mayoe oreaK tne u. is., record lor uus event, g,, 0f tiie pinte jnBtcnti of over, cnus Cochran, in winning the mile, went in fine style and will sure- ing 12 bases on balls. That trouble may be attributed to tough luck, inly be heard from if he comes out for the varsity. experience or the weather, either was expected of him by winning the a likely alibi. Jim Brady did what d dash from Len Tracy in 10.4 over the slow course. Len One of those two boys will pitch was injured seriously as he lunged over the finishing tape, spraw- against the Tigers. And, with the seasoning gained from tho first game, ling on the cinders. the first four innings of which passed without the opposition scoring a run, MERE'S A WISE CRACK Georgetown should inaugurate their I'm a millionaire. Don't I own a flower pot in Florida ? schedule with a defeat. 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