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year's tournament, but there will bo
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Although many of the cinder stars
are far from real torm and condition
due largely to a lato spring and the
Easter holidays, which has held train
ing down to a minimum, there is a
wealth of promising material, and
everything points to the most success
ful interclass meet in the annals of
local track history.
It would be difficult, if not impossible, to pick the probable class which
colors will wave in triumph over its
three competitors after the last race
has been run and the scores have been
tabulated Tuesday afternoon. It is
safe to predict, however, that each
class has enough candidates to give
competition, and on
the present basis of comparison it
appears that the winner is a toss-uwho are out
Among the letter-meto defend their positions on the team
are Captain Brady, supreme always in
the broad jump, hurdles, and pole
vault; Coons, high jumper; Tracy,
dash man; Anglin, weights; Brown,
880; and Brame and Dowden, distance.
However, there is an abundance of
new men out who will make strong
bids for varsity berths, outstanding
among whom are Root, hurler and
dash man; Kirkendall, Akin, and De
Witt, quarter milers Gess and Creech,
hajf milers, and Dean, Cochran, Hoover, Woodard and Moss, distance men
The first dual meet will be held
April 17, when the Cats journey to
Nashville and attempt to atone for
their disasterous defeat last year at
the hands of Vanderbilt. The Commo
dores are always powerful in track,
and as this year will prove no excep
tion to the rule, victory over them
will mean much to Kentucky's cause
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The annual inter-clns- s
fijlri meet will be staged on Stoll Field
Monday and Tuesday afternoons, and
the relative showing of the partici
pants in the various events will go a
long way toward
will form "Who's Who" of the varsity.
No schedule has been nrranged for Green nnd White season, with some
the Kittens but S. A. "Dnddy" Boles, probably advancing to the varsity
says thnt the first termers will meet rank.
o- such teams as Wcsicyan's Frosh,
(By MARTHA HEED)
Centre's Lfcutennnts, Georgetown's
Installation service of the now of- Cubs, Cumberland, Union nnd probYou Ought lo Try Our
ficers and enhincts of the Y.W.C.A. of ably Eastern State Normal.
the University of Kentucky took place
According to all reports and gosSunday evening at 8 o'clock in Pat sip, there are several who will carry
away positions on tho Kittens nine
This service, which was under the this year and if this bo tho ensn sure
W. Main St. Opp. Court House
direction of Miss Frances Lee, retir ly old U. K. will have nnothcr stellar
ing president, was one of the most im
pressive ones thnt has ever been seen
All who took part were in
white, nnd the old officers with light
ed torches, nnd the new officers with
their unlighted ones, all gathered
around the towering blue torch of the
Y. W. in such a way as to form the
triangle, made quite a
The retiring officers are:
President Frances Lee.
Catherine KincheGoodyear and O'SulHvan
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Secretary Virginia Heizer.
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Treasurer Elizabeth Hefferman.
Undergraduate representative Ly
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Secretary Chenault Kelley.
Undergraduate representative Ly
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The annual state Student Council of
the Y.W.C.A. will meet at Kentucky
Wesleyan College, at Winchester, Ky.,
on April 9.
The following girls will be sent
from the chapter of the University
of Kentucky with one half of their
Y.W.C.A. members as possibly can,
will also go to this conference as the
program is going to be a very inter
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With the weekly meeting next Sun
day evening at Boyd hall, the Y.W.
C.A. of the University of Kentucky
will start a new year. The old officers will then be retired and in their
hearts they will all have that blissful
feeling of "a work well done." These
retiring officers have worked hard
during the past year, but their ell'orts
have not been in vain for they have
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praise cannot be given them and we
wish to take this opportunity to let
them know just how much the student
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After all is said and done, every
thing should be in the right road to
lead the U. K. frosh to another stellar
baseball season, and with Bill Hansen
at the stern, what more could be desired by supporters of tho Kitten
Coach Hansen issued a call last
Tuesday for all prospects to assemble
in the gymnasium and none less than
to his initial summons.
Every afternoon this week has
found him and his gang of young
sters at it at Woodland park, where
they are going to cavort around until
they get going and then thoy will return home and furnish the Wildcats
As soon as the Kitten nine gets into
trim and thinks that it is of varsity
calibre, Coach Fred J. Murphy says
that he will be ready to let tho year- inga do battle with his ferocious
Wildcats and will guaranteo them that
thoy will get tho worst end of the
But on the other hand Bill
says he is going to trim up the frosh
and send a hard fighting Green and
White aggregation against the Blue
and White and give them a lot more
titan they ure expecting.
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