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CATS OPEN BASEBALL SEASON WITH TIGERS THURSDAY
A SNAPPY INFIELD CLASS TRACK IS v W. C. A. HOLDSlKentucky
IS COACH'S HOPE IN FULL SWING YEARLY ELECTION!
IN OPENING GAME
OF ITS OFFICERS
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First Stage of National Indoor Shoot
Georgetown Will Rely
on Hackman to Stop
The Blue nnd White baseball team
will open its 1925 season on April 9
when it matches up with the Tigers
of Georgetown College on the lattcr's
The game will be the initial tilt for
both teams and as each team is very
anxious to start the season with an
impressive win, the game should be
one of thrills and plenty of action.
The Wildcats did not play George-
town at baseball last year, although
the yearling teams of both schools
Tigers Have Good Battery
Georgetown turns out strong base
ball teams nnd this year should be no
In Hackman nnd Redding
the team has one of the strongest
collegiate batteries in the state. This
pair works well together and may
cause the Kentucky sluggers all kinds
i.f trouble before the afternoon's play
Another Tiger whom the 'cats will
have to watch, both in the field and
at bat, is Bruce Daniels, flashy shortstop. This man, besides being a fast
nnd sure fielder, is one of the strongest hitters on the team.
Coach Murphy has been driving his
men hard nil week to get them in
shape for the trio of difficult games
which face the Felines within a week.
He is devoting extra time to his pitchers and they are beginning to show
both class and forb.
The infield is functioning smoothly.
Coach Murphy has given the boys
plenty of practice on the fundamentals of the inner defense. In the
outfield the players are judging the
ball more accurately nnd their throws
are becoming more precise every day.
Following the Georgetown game,
the 'cats will oppose two teams of
strong- - calibre within the lapse of 3
days. On April 11 ' the Blue and
White will be hosts to the University
of Michigan nine in the first game of
the spring trip of the latter institution. Two days later the 'cats will
journay to Louisville and will play the
Cardinals of the University of
Should they be returned victorious
in this set of games, they will have
an excellent start toward a winning
track meet was begun yesterday nt
the university and will terminate this
nfternoon. The number of points n
man makes will count for his clnss
ns well as his fraternity.
Several of the varsity men are competitors in attempts to set new school
records nnd aspiring freshman candidates for the vnrsity hnvo ventured
to gnther laurels for '28.
event brings out n
clnss spirit nnd nt the snmc time gives
those men n chnnce to participate
who nre cither ineligible or who fnil
by a smnll mnrgin to tnke honors for
themselves or their frntcrnity.
No rules were laid down to bar any
entrant nnd prncticnlly every fraternity organized nnd sent tennis into
the tournament hoping to carry off
the spoils of victory.
READY FOR ACTION
Women's Group Selects
Good Material .in
Alpha 'Gamma chapter of Alpha
Chi Sigma, national professional
chemical fraternity, announces
pledging of the following men: Lawrence Ball, Ward Bushart, S. P.
Hemphill, E. S. Hill, Robert Mansfield, L. B. Turner, Grant Willey.
The members of the active chapter
are J. K. Roberts, M. A. Gorman,
R. K. Flegc, Milliam McGehec, William Blackburn, J. L. Long, Glynn
Bushart and J. S. Stockhart.
The probable lineup for the Georgetown game will be: Gregg, Vossmey-e- r,
Riffe or Samuels, pitcher; Henry
or Goodwin, catcher; Captain Reed
Miller, first base; Frank Smith, second base; Evans, shortstop; Croft,
third base. In the outfield, Murphy
will probably have Hughes in left;
Arnold in center; John Riffe in right
The annual election of officers of
the Y. W. C. A. was held last Friday
afternoon in the men's gymnasium
immediately following the lecture by
Miss Elliott. The newly elected officers arc: Frances Lee, president;
Dorothy Kerth, treasurer; Virginia
Heizer, secretary; Eleanor Smith,
The cabinet members, appointed by
the executive stnff, nre: Chairman of
social committee, Mary Belle Vaughn;
chairman of Bible study work, Georgia Rouse; chairman of the program
committee, Corinth Taylor; chairman
of publicity committee, Virginia Boyd;
chairman of town girls, Emily GregBeth
ory; chairman of
Huddleston; assistant to secretary,
Elizabeth Heffernan; chairman of the
membership committe, Margie Smith.
Frances Lee is a junior in the College of Arts and Science, and is a
member of the Knppa Dcltn sorority.
The past year she was treasurer of
the organization and filled' that position capably and efficiently.
Katherine Kinchcloe was, before
election to her present position, chairman of the program committee. She
is a junior in the college of Arts
WOMEN IN A NEW
Members of National
The Women's Athletic Association
of the University of Kentucky has
been granted a membership in the
nthlctic council of Americnn colleges,
cnllcd the Nntional Association of
Women's Athletic Societies.
At n meeting at Patterson Hnll on
Tuesday nt 7 o'clock, the athletic
council, composed of leaders in the
different sports, nnd Miss Blanding,
passed on the names of 16 girls who
played on the basketball teams in
girls were chosen to compose n tenm
which will be known ns the "eight
K stnrs," or the
These girls were: Jameson, Snyder,
Boyd Hall; Hill, Robison, Georgia
Alexander, Town Team; Taylor, Smith
Hall; Kerth, Sigma Beta Upsilon;
Keifer, North Patterson Hall.
Plans were made for a spring track
meet which will take place April 31.
Hockey games will be played April
1G and 17.
U. of Cin. at Cin.
Bcrea nt Korea
May 2 U. of Louisville, here
May S Centre at Danville
May 9 Centre, here
May M Berca, here
May 10 U. of Louisville at
May 19 Georgetown at Georgetown
May 23 U. of Cincinnati, here
Phones 80 - 444
Bullock is High Man in
First Stage of Nat'l
KY. IS RATED HIGH
Courts Are Being
Yellow Cab and Transfer Co.
TEAM IS FIRING
SECOND STAGE IN
MEET THIS WEEK
TENNIS SQUAD IS
HARD AT WORK Squad May Compete in
The varsity tennis team of the university has had ideal weather for
practice during the past two weeks
and is rnpidly rounding into
form. Two courts are in continual use each afternoon. New steel
backstops have replaced the old wood
backstops and the courts are being
surrounded by a fence to prevent
walking across them.
Four of the five remaining-memberNOTICE, SENIORS
from last year's team are practicing
Seniors who are candidates for de- daily and appear likelyicontenders for
grees in June must go to the office places on the team. Karl Lewis, the
of the Registrar and fill out the ap- other member of the team of 24 is
plication blanks. This must be done ineligible due to late registration. The
two l'emaining members of the squad
at an early date.
will probably be selected from the
following men: Adams, Bobbitt, Reed,
Sclibinger and A. Lewis. The last
named man has shown up exceedingly
to Any Part of City
The Kentucky R. O. T. C. Rifle
Team, one of the strong entrants in
the National Collegiate Indoor Shoot,
were off to a flying start last week
in their matches, scoring 1,958 points
out of a possible 2,000 in the prone
and sitting positions, an exceedingly
high score. Taking this marksmanship as an indication, the Kentucky
team has a better chance than any
other Corps Area team to win the
As was the usual case in all matches
during the riflle season, E. T. Bullock
was high point man last week and
he was followed
by Griffith, Richard-
son, Bobbitt, H. R. Brown, Mills,
Rogers, Weems, Forkner and Creech
in order. The other five who fired
were E. C. Rice, Griffin, Anderson,
Travis and Fife. As only the ten
highest scores are counted toward a
total, the scores of Rice, Griffin, Anderson, Travis and Fife were not
The candidates for the freshman
Firing Second Stage
team reported the first of the week
The second stage of firing is going
and have strong players in such men on this week and some nice shots and
as Steele, Chambers, Ebert, Cohen, scores have been made thus far.
Salmons and Woodward.
There are nine corps areas in the
United States and the War DepartNATIONAL MUSICAL ment designated the four highest in
each corps area each year to comBIDS
pete in the national shoot. Kentucky,
DePauw, Cincinnati and Indiana were
highest in the Fifth Corps Area. The
Mu Alpha Holds Annual University of Kentucky finished secPhi
ond in its regional shoot by defeating
Ohio, Indiana, Cincinnati and West
Phi Mu Alpha, national musical ed third in Last meet, Kentucky finishthe
which was won
fraternity, pledged eleven men who by the University of California.
have demonstrated their quality as
musicians, in pledge servces held on
May Go to Annapolis Shoot
Sunday of last week.
The local team will be invited to
The pledges are: Professor South, attend the National Shoulder to ShoulSergeant John Kennedy of the uni- der
match, over a COO yard
versity faculty; Professor Stables of range at the United States Naval
the Lexington College of Music; and Academy nt Annapolis, Md., May 10.
Messrs. George Young, Max Freeman, The team was invited to compete last
Lawrence Free- year but due to lack of funds was
man, Walker Hall, Elmer Leachman, unable to compete in the tourney.
Henry Moore and John It. Beam.
This year, however, the competing
Eligibility depends upon interest teams will be compelled to pay only
in music evidenced by participation in their travelling expenses.
the activities of musical organizations
Teams from Yale, Harvard, Michion the campus, and the degree of gan, Illinois, Missouri and California
ability in music.
will compete and if Kentucky is perPhi Mu Alpha is sponsoring the mitted to attend, she will have a
production of "The Messiah," which chance to meet teams which she does
will be presented the evening of not meet in other branches of compeApril 30.
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