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four of them enn tncklc murderousHOME MADE
ly as defensive backs, so one might
well decide here and now that Kentucky's attacks will be sprlghtllcr
and less monotonous with all the
help Ed Covington will have.
Hcst :ii Any Price You He the Judge
Change In Offense
70 Cents' Per Pound
Coach Oamagc has Introduced a
slight change In his offense this
year. His plays start after a running backficld shift. The four backs
get set and then mill around on the
run, get set and away they go. They
will be pretty tough to scout. The
maneuver is rather simple to talk
about but It promised to be confused
to the focmcn of Kentucky who
have to diagram the plays. Wonder, someone did not think of it before. As an additional variation to
the attack, there Is George Yates,
three, sophomore end who can throw a pass in
a manner not unlike "Wu" Wlnslett,
the great passing end that helped
Alabama win the championship not
many years ago. Yates probably will
be worked Into several plays that
will give him a chance to throw the
OUR LINE OF CLOTHING
ball; a passing end offers a coach
IN NOBBY STYLES AND
a grand opportunity to devise deceptive formations and no doubt
AT BARGAIN PRICES
Yates will figure In many such.
Kentucky's line again is the
finest looking: body of young
manhood a coach ever had
jjj We also feature everything
the student needs Drill
turned loose in a locker room,
Every man is over six feet, with
Shoes, Overalls, Work Shirts, Shop Caps, etc.
Wilthe exception of "Fats"
liams, the center, who is
The lightest man is
Yates, who scales aboat 188.
The others range upward from
220 West Main
tackle. There is not a fat man
in the blunch. They simply arc
3 and and powerful, with big hands
feet and hard heads.
The approximate weights of the
varsity lineup that I saw In scrimmage follows: Yates, end, 185; Pete
Drury, tackle, 200; "Floppy" Forquer
205; "Fats" Williams, center, 200;
Conrad Rose, guard, 195; "Babe"
Wright, tackle, 210; Roger BaughFOR SERVICE
man, end, 196; Will Ed Covington,
quarterback, 144; Carey Spicer, half
back, 172; "Shipwreck" Kelly, half
back, 175; Tom Phipps, fullback,
SEPARATE BOOTH FOR LADIES
Of these, Yates, Wright, Kelly
and Phipps are sophomores. The
' Call for appointments
others were regulars, or second- stringers, last year.
A Great Tackle
Lexington folks think their Pete
Next Door to Bus Station
Drury Is an
Certainly he was one of the best In
S the country last year; you never
Also Cleaning and Pressing
could convince them that Frank
Speer was any better. He will undoubtedly be one of the outstand
ing tackles in the conference this
year if he keeps his last year's
Three full teams and several left
overs are working every day and
the second string is a pretty good
crew, one or tne best looking line
reserves Is John Drury, brother to
who swears he
will beat brother out of his Job.
Kistner Is a
Decidedly the most interesting
lad on the second string is Tom
Walters, the champion utility
player of the south. Walters is
built pretty much on the order
of "Stumpy" Thomas, possibly
larger but generally
dumpy. Yet last year he played
every position on the team at
one time or another. His greatest
feat was literally saving the
Tennessee game for Kentucky.
Claire Decs, sole center in the
camp, was hurt early in the second quarter of the big game and
Coach Gamage called on Tom
Walters to take over the job.
Tom had never snapped a ball
in a game in his life but he went
through nearly three quarters
without a bobble and in backing
up the line he broke up drive
Lindy Barber Shop
after drive and earned a tic for
Walters Is listed as a guard subTo '
stitute but he can fill In for any of
them. No wonder that letter "S"
Is on his name; he undoubtedly Is
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 19. Return
In the second string backficld Is of Vanderbilt to the Minnesota footan exceptionally smart
looking ball program provides one of the
sophomore halfback, Dick Richards, spots of real interest for the coming
who will be In the headlines before fall, especially In view of the fact
he doffs the blue. Cecil Urbanlak that the "scries" between these In
stitutions stands Vanderbilt won 1,
Is a fine looking blocking back.
Minnesota lost l.
Struggle of Brothers
Minnesota's one tangle with the
Another struggle for varsity posiVandlcs
tion between brother Is going on prowess, was an example of theirwhen
at fullback, where Tom and Jack villc soundly the team from Nash- trounced Bill Spauldnhir.no nrn'in.i,n
oldcr but lighter, seems to have the nKa J02i a.ophSp cJc,Ycn 1G.
call, but the season Is very young. ust. theT1 yc
And one notes scattered here and " 2
"" u.ie - cx- to. ?..score. s?mo ?
there in the second crew several a
Inltor mrn from init sonsmv Thnt P"is saia 11 was me "reaction" aucr
means that competition for places .nn nusunl!y scvc.rc. B"m' but
Is keen and no loafing will ever
w". wntcnca vanaerouw
wof passing game and the ex- bother the coaches.
pertness of the southern ends and
Kentucky plays five confer, tackles knew that the victory was
ence games of which bracket
Clcmson, Alabama and TennesMinnesota's two other
see arc outstanding. Those three
games will also be of greater
teams now are rated with the
than average Interest. The strongest
best and if the Blues could
minor teams In Iowa and Wisconsin
dump all three It would mean
have been selected. In Coe and
the best season Kentucky ever
Rlpon, to test the Gopher's mettle
had. Up here the Alabama and
prior to the beginning of the Big Btmmmttmmmmtmtwmttmtmtwmmtattm
games arc considered
Ten grind. Year In and year out,
the high spots not omitting the
Coe ranks a little above the better
annual hair-pullicollege teams of the northwest, and
Centre, the old rival from DanRlpon falls Into the same class. Both
should offer Minnesota better oppoThey are dead set on going down sition than have such teams as
to Montgomery November 0 and Crelghton and North Dakota, In the
locking Alabama and then catching years past.
Tennessee here on their own lot
Thanksgiving Day and finishing the ments, a twist will schedule arrangebe no home conthere
Job they started last year when a
ference games until November. Mingame resulted.
nesota will start championship play
Face Hard Test
when It lines up against NorthwestKentucky folks are making a mis- ern at Evanston October 19, and
take in overlooking the Clemson will meet Indiana here November 2.
game. If Kentucky's big rush line
and hard traveling fullbacks promLUCKY HEN
ise a team of power, they ought to
look over .Josh Cody's outfit. ClemA roaring express train whistled
son carries power galore. That
game should be an for the grade crossing near Port
For the college student, school boy or working man,
old time battering, pounding dog Credit, Ontario, but this failed to
fight and It Is very doubtful have any effect on a hen which was
who wants shoes that will wear long and feel comfort- whether Kentucky can win it. No walking In the track bed. A crossdoubt the Kentucky battle plans ing watchman In a tower nearby
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he arrived at the track the hen was
Kentucky plays two night games, nonchalantly
crossing the tracks,
one with Maryvllle October 5 and and to prove her complacency laid
Octhe other with Carson-Newmthe usual egg on the following day.
tober 19. The games are scheduled
SIZES 1 to 5
to begin at 8 o'clock. However, S.
Editor: "That fellow Scrawl sent
A. Boles, director of athletics, Is
SIZES 6 to 11
considering changing his plans and in a manuscript this morning enstarting at 4:30 p. m. Just as Tech titled: 'Why Do I Live?' "
Friend: "What did you do with
expects to do. Mr. Boles expects
to attend the Tech experimental it?"
Editor: "Returned it with a slip
game in Atlanta September 21 besaying "Because you mailed this infore making his decision.
stead of bringing it personally.'"
Poor Patient (wearily): "I say.j
doctor, don't you think it would be ' First Chorine: "I pulled a lot of
a good idea if I were to pack up sob stuff with the big banker last
and go to some place where the night but he wouldn't give me a
climate is warmer?"
Corner Short and Mill Streets
Harassed Medical Man: "Goodj Second Chorine: "Well, don't
Isn't that Just what I've get, kid 'If at first you don't suc-betrying to prevent?"
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