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Image 10 of The Kentucky Kernel, September 23, 1927

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FROSH CANDIDATES REPORT TO COACH MAJOR She estimated that the membership DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN NEAR FUTURE PREDICTED in the national association would mount to 200,000 or 300,000. It will Washington, D. C "We shall see be the nation's effort, she added, to a secretary of education in the Presi- establish in the coming generations! dent's cabinet with a major division right standards of citizenship and apof the department devoted to educa- preciation of the finer things of the tional research," said Miss Cornelia past ages as their rightful heritage.i Hard S. Adair, recently elected president of It will be America s contribution to Exceedingly Been Arranged the National Education Association. the progress of civilization. FROSH Georgetown Oct. 28 town. Nov. 5 Wanderbilt VERY PROMISING at Georgej. Ceting-to- n. 1 FOR GOOD YEAR Card at West- - Virginia at Nov. 11 Lexington.Nov. 18 Centre at Lexington. Tennessee at7 Nov. 26 Has for Greejn and White by Athletic Officials Stoll field in the second game. Vandy W. VIRGINIA ON SCHEDULE always has a fighting frosh team and Three of Five Contests Will the Kittens can expect plenty of action. A new comer on the card is" Be Played on Stoll West Virginia's yearling eleven and Field always YOU CANNOT- Do good work or study satisfactorily With more than a month before he first game, takes place Coach Fred Major, head mentor of the frosh, has plenty of time in which to prepare his charges for their opening contest with the Georgetown rosh at Georgetown IP your shoes pinch or cause aches and pains WE GUARANTEE on October ,28. The Cubs have announced that they expect to retain the state freshman title attained last fall and it will mean a great jump toward the championship if the Green and White can drop the Scott county eleven into defeat. Coach Major has a likely looking bunch of frosh candidates but it will take some tall preparation to get an eleven together to pull through the exceedfngly hard schedule which the for y athletic association has arranged the first termers. With five games, all that the Kit-- ; tens are allowed by the Southern Conference, of which Kentucky is a member, on the card the Kittens take on one of the heaviest schedules that any Green and White aggregation has ever attempted. After opening the season with the , Georgetown yearlings the Kittens entertain the Vanderbilt freshmen on OUR WORK ONLY HIGHEST QUALITY MATERIALS USED Shoe Repair Artisans With a Reputation McATEE SHOE SERVICE 103 S. Linje BRANCH SHOP 507 E. High games will Je held on Kentucky Opponents the new lot. 25 0 Maryville 6" In previous years the practices of 14 Indiana 13' 14 W. and L. the varsity teams have been carried 13 Florida Frosh Gridders Are Holding on under difficulties due to the pres.131 13 V. P. I. Practice on Own Lot for ence of the freshman teams on Stoll or 14 Alabama First Time university i field. This addition to the 10 V. M. I. athletic fields will prove a great aid 7 Centre The new freshman athletic field on in permitting the varsity teams to 6 Tennessee Limestone street has been completed carry on their practices unmterupted 84 ..91 and practices are being held regular and the efficiency of the squads will Total ly there by the first term squad of be greatly aided, be greatly aided. the university. The location for the new field was Eight students of the department According to a new rule at Lawloaned to the university by the city, and has been put in excelent shape of journalism, University of Minneso- rence College, Appleton, Wis., any "for use by the. department of, build ta, have just completed a short trial girl caught smoking will be instantly, ings and grounds. Most of the prac at editing two weekly Minnesota dismissed. tices of the freshman teams and all New Freshman Field Is Open for Kittens FRESHMAN SCHEDULE 1927 MATERIAL mea:s trouble. this outfit The third game will be looked for ward to with keenness, that being with the Centre Lieutenants on Stoll field.. The last game on the card will be with Tennessee's Rats, on Novem ber 26 at Knoxville. Approximately a Tiundred freshmen have reported for the frosh suad and Coach Major is having a hard time weaving out a first string squad. Next week will .find them battling with the varsity in scrimmage sessions and those that stand up under the charges of the varsity men will be the ones that will carry the Kitten banners. The material on hand is fair and a very' good season is expected from the Kitten eleven. 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