THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
and 24 games of Uic
Round Robin have been played. The
season opened Monday, November 25
In the Men's gymnasium.
There arc three divisions competing for the handsome trophy. The
first and second divisions consist of
teams representing the fraternities
while the third Is made up of various
teams representing organizations in
The best teams In the divisions
will enter a tournament which will
be completed by December 18. The
winners of the tournament will be
cup, and the
will receive a
cup. "Winners of the Independent
tournament will receive Individual
trophies. The champions of the
fraternity group will then play the
champions of the Independents for
championship of the season. The
players on the winning team will receive Individual trophies which will
be medals. These medals arc new
and designed as standard trophies
for all indlvldaul achievements in
The games played off Monday
night were between teams of the
second division. The first division
played their first games of the
Round Robin Tuesday night.
S. A. E. defeated A. S. P.
. S. A. E. defeated D. O.
defeated P. K. T.
defeated P. S. K.
K. A. defeated P. K. T.
K. A. defeated P. S. K.
defeated A. T. O.
8. P. defeated A. T. O.
8. B. Z. defeated S. C.
S. N. won by default A. a. E.
Tuesday's night's games
D. T. D. defeated A. O. E.
D. T. D. defeated 8. N.
A. O. R. defeated A. a. E.
defeated P. D. T.
defeated A.G. R.
defeated K. A.
8. B. Z. defeated P. D. T.
8. B. Z. defeated K. A
defeated P. K. A.
A. T. O. defeated P. 8. K.
defeated A. 8. P.
8. A. E. defeated P. K. T.
The Sigma Alpha Epsllons and
Kappa Slgmas arc holding the lead
now by being the only two teams In
the first and second divisions to
win all the games contested.
Big Green Loses
To U. T. Frosh,
kick the goal which would tic the
Kccovcr From 'Injuries
Received in Game
Freshman lost to Tennessee Freshmen 7 to 0, at Knoxvlllo Saturday
afternoon. Ellis Johnson of Ashland, star quarterback nnd captain
of the Kittens was seriously injured
during the last quarter of the game,
hut is reported recovering rapidly.
Johnson played a brilliant game
up to the time he was tackled and
thrown on the frozen ground with
such force that he received concussion of the brain. A few minutes
before the accident, he had carried
down the field to
the opponent's three yard line. He
was then given the ball three more
times, but gained little ground. On
the third effort ho was tackled and
knocked unconscious from the impact. Johnson was sent to the St.
Francis hospital In Knoxvlllo for
treatment and regained consciousness at 9 o'clock that night but was
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not able to make the trip home with
"Have you seen Norah's new eve- the team.
Robert Montgomery . of the Kentucky team also received a blow on
No what does it look like?"
many places It's very the head which rendered him un"Well, in
conscious for a short time but he
was able to return with the team
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After Johnson was taken out of
Serves $1.00 Dinner Every Evening the game the Kittens fought their
way to' the goal but were unable to
The Tcnncsscans scored seven
points In the second quarter of the
game when McPhcrson completed n
pass and mode a touGchdown. This
play was followed by a successful
pass from Brackctt and Warfleld
that resulted in a 0 score for the
first half, and victory for the Tennessee Freshmen.
Lineups and summary.
Kentucky (0) Pos. Tennessee (7)
Orcathousc . ...LT
Score by periods:
Scoring: Touchdowns For Tennessee (McPhcrson): for Kentucky
Point after touchdown Warfleld (pass).
Substitutions: Kentucky Ingalls,
Aldrldge, Tucker, Umber.
W. A. A. KID PARTY, Dec. 13
The Women's Athletic Association
of the University will give its annual Kid party in Patterson hall,
Friday, December 13 at 7:30 o'clock.
All who attend arc supposed to dress
as kids, and a prize will be given
for the best dressed couple. Admission will be $15c a person, or 25c
WH-YMake "Her" Walk?
You can take your date to the next
dance or to your formal without
by renting a
Or NEW FORD
Take "Her" in Style
WE CATER TO STUDENT TRADE
Wildcats of 1929 Constitute One
Of Finest Boasts of University
lly HELEN KINO
snow covered gridiron, guarded
by two slender goal posts of blue
and white that keep watch over a
traditional battle ground, arc all
that remain today of a scene which
Just one week ago was sparkling
with color, contact, life.
nut living In the memory of 20,-0people Is the record of the
finest Battle ever waged for gridiron supremacy; by two teams that
have met In football combat for 24
years, and have remained fast
friends so that the 25th renewal of
the "battle of the Deer Keg" may
Kentucky, there's something In the
very name that brings out what Is
best In every man; Kentucky, represented by eleven men, constituting
the best football team In the history of the University, and having
been touted as the undcr-do- g
annual Thanksgiving game with her
undefeated and untied neighbors
and rivals from Tennessee, entered
the game with a determination that
was invincible, and but for the
breaks of the game would have sent
the gallant "Volunteers to their first
defeat In three years.
But Kentucklans, seeing the game,
hold their heads a little higher today, because that band of blue-cla- d
warriors represent this fine old
commonwealth. Fighting with the
tenacity of the Wildcat whose name
they wear, with the strength born
of determination, and the courage
and spirit of true Kentucklans, they
presented an indominltablc front
that could not, would not, lose to
A season of college football, that
records six victories, one tie and one
defeat, Is to the Wildcat followers
one of the finest boasts in University history. We who know the
story of the season have a feeling
in our hearts that If the Wildcats
had had full strength to throw
against Alabama, Tennessee would
have been the first team to cast a
shadow across an otherwise perfect
record. But we offer no alibi's; a
team that played and fought and
won as Kentucky has done this year
stands on its own achievements
without fear, looking forward to
even better days.
Four men, Captain Will Ed
Pete Drury, Tom Walters,
and Warner Ford, donned the Blue
and White moleskins for the last
time Thanksgiving Day; two of
them, Captain Covington and Drury
were regulars during their three
years varsity playing, Drury missed
only eight days of practice in the
whole of his college football career.
Covington and Drury played beautiful games against Tennessee, the
running back of punts by Covington,
and the blocking and tackling of
Drury accounting in a great measure for the complete demoralization
of McEver, the flashy Tennessee
Four men, "Dusty" Williams, center, "Floppy" Forquer, guard, "Shipwreck" Kelly, Kentucky's "sensational sophomore" and Pete Drury,
tackle, have been mentioned for
honors, a tribute in itself
to the stability, quality and aggressiveness of the Kentucky team;
while Kelly, streaking across the
south as few spohomores have done,
was chosen by the New York office
of the Associated Press as one of
the four outstanding
football stars in the United State,
ranking with such players as Albic
Booth of Yale, Unevich of Purdue,
and Barry Wood of Harvard.
Too much cannot be said about
the generalship of Carey Spicer,
gained recognition in the game with
Washington and Lee; the Phipps
brothers, Tom and Jack, who alter
nated at fullback. Jack was the boy
Tennessee line, and chalked up the
greatest yardage in the contest;
Louis Toth, who substituted at fullback; and "Jack" Bronston who was
sent into the Clemson game in time
to chalk up two touchdowns from
Sophomores made up the greater
part of the Wildcat grid machine
this season, with "Babe" Wright the
mighty tackle from Strugis; George
Yates, fast and lanky end who snagged passed with such precision;
Cavana, the boy who started his
first game as regular end against
Tennessee, and Andrews also playing
end, sharing honors with Kelly, the
Phipps boys, Dick Richards, "Bo"
Myers, and Urbaniak in the back-fiel- d.
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great bunch of veterans will
turn to the Kentucky team as
iors next season, with two years experience salted down under the
clever tutelage of Head Coach Harry
Gamage and Line Coach Bemle
Shlvely; they are Forquer, Spicer,
Rose. Colker, Toth. Williams, and
iBaughman, while Thompson, al- -I
though a senior, has another year
,of varsity competition coming to
ah of which Is inclined to make
Kentucky followers cast one last
regretful look over the shoulder of
1929, saddened because such a glorious season must end and then "Face
East" with happy expectation In the
knowledge that with the recretted
loss of only four men, the Wildcat
squad will return en masse, to be
guided by tho same versatile coach
through an even more difficult sea-- I
sou, to what we have no doubt will
be an even greater conclusion, with
the greatness of things well done.
W. D. Funkhouser, head of
the department of zoology and deaa
of tho Graquato School of the uniDr.
133 East Short
Phone Ash. 3145
versity, attended the Conference of
the Deans of Graduate Schools of
Southern Colleges held in Atlanta,
Qa., November 0.
He was elected a, member of the executive committee of the conference, of which
the other members are Dean W. H.
Olasson of Duke University, and
Dean A. O. Moore of the University
WILDCAT SCORING MACHINE
There are plenty of people In this Andrews
world who are football unconscious.
What is the throbbing topic to most Yates
of us these days Is meaningless to
the next man. Especially if that
man happens to be a race horse
clocker, as Bill Kcefe found In New
Orleans the other day. ,
inBill wanted some first-han- d
formation on "Shipwreck" Kelly, the
Kentucky wonder halfback, and he
192 W. Short, Lexington
Naturally, then, when Cabc Rogers, who has been a resident of Lex- brine 'cm today get 'em tomorrow
ington, Ky., the past 65 years blew
Into town yesterday, we expected
to get a whole earful about Kentucky U., which is domiciled at Lexington. Cabc, be It known, Is our
"race hoss" clocker.
"And now," said we to Bube, after
exchanging the usual annual greetings, "tell us what you know nbout
A sort of blank expression spread
over Mr. Rogers' face, but he was
game on a point of Information ( as
arc all race hoss men).
"'Shipwreck' Kelly?" he asked. "Is
he here already?"
"Why no," we responded. "He isn't
here; he's up nt Lexington. Haven't
you seen him?"
"Why, er, yes and then no,"
faltcringly replied Mr. Rogers, and
It was obvious he was groping in
his mind in an effort to determine
which of the
Kcllys we meant.
"You see," he continued, "when I
told Kelly that is, told 'Ship' I
was coming down to New Orleans
ahead of time, he said he didn't
think he'd hurry, as his horses
"We don't mean any Kelly who
PIPES made the man, anybody
owns horses," we interrupted. "We
all could rise in the world just
mean 'Shipwreck' Kelly the one
by smoking a few pounds of Edge-wortwho
"Oh, you mean the guy who climbs
But pipes do not make the man.
the flagpole? Well, why didn't you
Men make the pipe most men do.
say so. Say, I waited all day and
one night around Loueyvllle for that Somewhat depends on the individual,
bird to come down so's I could hand more on the pipe, and the tobacco is
him a live one and he "
most important of all. Things must
"No! No! No!," we ejaculated, imbe congenial.
"Can it be you don't
Edgeworth is a congenial tobacco,
know 'Shipwreck' Kelly, the boy who
can get through a broken field for cool,
a touchdown before you can say Edgeworth has poise, kindly good
nature, real tobacco personality
"Oh, that's the Kelly you mean!
Edgeworth welcomes new friends.
Sure I know him; he tried to touch
Many a good man has been pledged
me before I left. But say, you're
to pipes by Edgeworth alone.
right about that broken field up
there everybody's broke around
Like to meet Edgeworth? Just ask
Latonia; been broke all
with the coupon and the postman
a friend of this Kelly came up to
will bring your first few pipefuls of
me last week and drew me off on
the side and I could feel the buzz the genuine, three years seasoned if
coming so when he
it's a day. Our treat, if you please.
"Aw, come Cabe," we said. "Stow
Others have found Edgeworth and
kind of stuff. Here you are
quit their discontent.
rambling around about some Kellys
we never heard of and the only
So may it be with yout
Kelly we want to know anything
about is the best line plunger in
"Well, that's how this Kelly went
Edgeworth is a careful blend
broke plunging," said Cabe.
But it was plain, by that time,
of food tobaccos
that Mr. Rogers was a poor fount
Ft csiunjr f
ill quality and flavor never
which to obtain any informafrom
tion concerning Mr. "Shipwreck"
"Ready Rubbed" or
Kelly of Kentucky U. and so the
"Plug Slice" 15 pocket
conversation was switched to horses.
package to pound humi
Living In even so small a town as
Lexington with such a celebrity as
Kelly means very
little in the young life of Clocker
Cabe Rogers. Ed Danforth In The I Laruj 6i Bro. Co., Richmond, Va.
I'll try your Edgeworth. And I'll try
it in a good pipe.
SUCH IS LIFE
He put his arm around her
(Witness my teal)
And whispered in heir ear;
She listened and then nodded,
(and my seat of learning)
As he drew her near,
Then he gently kissed her
(and my postonicc and state)
And talked in quiet tone
The girlie was his sister;
Now let the Edgeworth come I
He was asking for a loan.
Pipes save no
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