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Image 8 of The Kentucky Kernel, April 6, 1923

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Pag light THE KENTUCKY KERNEL at tlie You'll find MOVING College Girl The College Boy, "VODVIL'S" the PICTURES" "VODVIL" OF HIGH IN "THE HOME OF THE BEST STRAND ALL-AMERICA- "THE ONLY BEN ALI THEATRE: THEATRE N THREE-RIN- G IIG ACTS CLASS 'THE BIOOKST 1HOW ON EARTH POX THE MONEY." SHOW OUTSIDE A CIRCUS" Pole vault, Brady, Fresh; Gregg and Buchanan, Sophomores tied for Two-bas- e second; Wolfe, Soph, fourth. three-bas- e Relay race won by Sophomores." hitss, Miller, Arnold; hits, Powell 3. Burnham; Team composed of Ogdcn, Caldwell, stolen bases, Saucr 2, Perry, Slrarp, Mays and J. Y. Brown. K Beckley; bases on balls, off Gregg, 4; 0 off Bauer, 9; struck out by Gregg, 6; YARD SPRINTS by Bauer, 4; hit by pitcher, Saner (by WON BY UNCAI MILLER Cloar (by Gregg); balk Bauer); Bauer; pasised ball, Cloar; umpire J. The 100 and 220 yard dashes in the Park. intcrclass meet at the University of Kentucky were run off Tuesday afternoon on Stoll Feild, and Uncas Miller, captured freshman team member, both of them. Although every event has been held, (Continued from first page.) the winner of the meet is in doubt because of the declaration that Turkey Miller, Fresh; Brown, Soph. Hughes, who has been running under One mile run, Hall, Fresh; Gorman, the yearling colors, was a sophomore. Soph j Brown, Soph; Porter, Soph. If Hughes is an accredited sophomore Two mile run, Hall, Fresh; Brown, and the points he has won go to the Soph; Porter, Soph; Gorman, Soph. grey's standing, the second year class 120 yd high hurdle, Dewhurst, Junwill be the winner of the silver trophy. ior; Thompson, Senior; McDowell, K Soph; Triplett, Fresh. STATE HIGH SCHOOL 220 low hurdle, Dewhurst, Junior; TRACK MEET MAY 5 Green, Fresh; Tripled, Fresh; Porter, Soph. The Kentucky interscholastic track Shot put, Wilson, Fresh; Wolfe, and field meet will be held under the SenSoph; Anglin, Soph; Davidson, auspices of the University of Kenior. tucky May 5 on Stoll Field, it was Discus, Davidson, Senior; Hughes, announced Saturday by S. A. Boles, Fresh; Wilson, Fresh; Wolfe, Soph. ahletic director of the University. Javelin, Creech, Soph; Wolfe, Soph; Teams representing the schools from Dewhurst, Junior; Wflson, Fresh.' all parts of the state will participate High jump, Hughes and Coons, in the meet, the trials of which will Freshmen, tied for first place; Hall', be run off on Friday and the finals in Fresh, and McDowell, Soph, tied for all events on Saturday. Close to 250 third. high school athletes will be guests of Broad jump, Hughes, Fresh; Brady, the university during the two days' Fresh; Brewer, Soph; Hall, Fresh. meet, which is an annual affair. ,5 Kentucky Georgetown IN INDOOR MEETING AT LOUISVILLE World's Record Holders Too Swift for Wildcat Track Squad. TEAM SCORES ONE POINT TGorman Takes Third in Mile, Making Only Score. Half white-swashe- d. 'down-hearte- The Freshman nine will open its season in Georgetown April 12 with the Tiger Cabs furnishing the opposition, according to the schedule anOther nounced by "Daddy" Boles. contests on the card include two games with Louisville Manual Train ing High, two games with Eastern Normal and contests with Union College, Currtberland College and Kentucky Wesleyan. Abou 100 Yearlings responded to Coach Paul Cooper's call for candidates and are working out Totals daily under the mentor's watchful eye. ! -- 29 15 9 27 12 4 AB R H PO A E Several finds have already made their Georgetown: 500330 appearance and the outlook for a Daniels 2b 00 4 Perry ss successful season is 5 Beckley If 5 3 With three new men in the infield, Cloar c 521020 the Cats have a combination that bids Bauer p 410300 fair to be one of the best in the South- Trunnell cf 400412 land. Captain "Dutch" Burnham at Duvall 3b 312200 second concedes- - ground to no one Pollock rf 402000 either on the. ..field or at bat,. Phil Sharp lb Powell at first, although playing his 37 7 S 24 8 3 first year for Kentucky, is a veteran Totals R. at the first sack and is displaying a Score by innings: marked ability to 'swat the pill. Arnold at third covers a lot of ground and with a. .little more work in handling bunts should fill the hot corner admirably. Paul Rouse, at short, seems to be one of the best finds of the year. Paul accepted seven chances in the v VOLTA EXPLAINING .TJger affair without an error, and al though failing to hit safely in. that 4 game, can hit and should improve much with the advent of warm weather. 14 10 12 10 110 first-ter- By taking third place in the half mile run Gorman saved the Wildcat track team from going scoreless in the indoor meet held last Saturday night in the Jecerson County Armory at Louisville. No other man On either the varsity or the Freshman squads wad able to, place with the classy track men they mot. Other Kentucky teams fared but little better than the Cats, .Centre winning four points and the "University of Louisville being The Kentuckiaris do'not feel d r, over their showing, as they realize the class of athletes ihey w'ts pitted against. Illinois Athletic Runners succeeded 'carrying oc the honors of the meet ;fanrt it i: not strangs as they entered several men who rank as national champions. The world's champions. ran in the meet. Joie Ray. the Illinois Athletic club miler who holds the .wo. Id's lecord i nthat ev:-n-t and who has represented America in the Olym-- t pic games; Desch,, the Notre Dame hurdler who ranks as world's cham-- : p:on luiidler, and Ray Watson, who Holds Several victories over his team sample of .11 mate. Joie Ray, are track talent against vrich the Cats ran. It's a peculiar turn of fate that all the worlds champions who took the floor at Louisville were defeated by his teammate Ray Baker, and Desch being nosed out by Carl Anderson another Illi nois Athletic Club runner. The race in which Gorman scored for Kentucky was a ithriller, Ray Watson of I. A. C. defeating Kimbel the Centre ace by a margin of two feet, after a great spurt on the stretch. Gorman trailed these rrjen and crossed line for Kentucky's only ipoint. Porter despite the fact that he was thrown out of his training when he made the glee club trip last week, ran a pretty race in the mile open, finishing fith. The Kentucky runners in the mile handicap did not place but they were handed a compliment when their postion was assigned almost with the scratch man. This meet was considered the most successfull of the annual meets which have been held in Louisville for several years and it produced the 'best runing talent of the country. K how-feve- ( AGRICULTURAL NOTES Prof. J. J. Hooper, head of Department of Dairying, has been invited to judge the Jersey cattle, numbering approximately 400 animals, at the Illinois State Fair, next fall. This fair is one oi the largest in the country and is like their state university in that respect. The fair at Springfield is a very old institution and has for years been known as one of the big ones. September 18, is the date set for the judging and Professor Hooper is very proud of the fact that he has been extended an invitation by such an institution as the University of Illinois. K Now Girls, Take Warning. Uoden "Did that Kappa Sig kiss you last nightr" Wells "No, darn itl I resisted too long I" attract a large crowd 0 Stoll Field, although the Cats have never been able to defeat the Wolverines. The chances of the Blue and White this year seem better than ever and it would not prove a surprise for the Cats to emerge victors. Summary of Georgetown game: Kentucky: AB R H PO A E 432200 Miller cf 00 Sauer If 32 Burnham 2b 2 1 1 10 0 0 Powell lb 421901 Pribble c 0 42 Jones rf 310340 Rouse ss 401021 Arnold 3b 401052 Gregg p cr fails to DIAMOND CHATTER OUTCLASSED 9 TRACK KENTUCKY RUNNERS ARE 110 10 12 The two contests carded for Friday and Saturday are real treats for the fans and weather permitting should prove 'big drawing cards. Gregg and Stokes are Coach Barger's best bets for the two scraps with VanArsdale working against Notre Dame and Gregg against Michigan. Friday's game will start at 3:30 and the Wolverine scrap will begin at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. WILDCATSMpPENING Continued from first page.) markers on clean hitting. Georgetown managed to score four more runs in the third and the Cats retaliated with two markers in the same frame, making the count Neither team was able to score again until the eighth when the Tigers counted once and the Cats three times. All four tallies were the result of hard-- f hitting. Reed Miller and Paul Rouse wore the stars for the Cats while Clore and Pollock stood out for the collected a double and a triple in four trips to the platter, while Rouse, at short, handled seven chances without a bobble. Rouse, playing his first contest for the Blue and White, more than came up to expectations and with a little more experience is bound to hold his own with the other short field artists of the state. Sauer, Pribble and Powell also starred for the Cats The Cats will go up agaiinst a lot harder opposition Friday and Saturday when the Felines meet Notre Dame and Michigan on successive days. Both Universities have exceptional teams and victories for Kentucky will hjp a lot. Coach Barger has not definitely decided upon his mound choices for the two contests but it is thought that Gregg will draw the assignment against Notre Dame with Stokes or Van Arsdale trying to stop Michigan. Michigan's annual appearance nev- 12-- Tiger--Mille- x 15 -- 0 BASE BALL 520000 .0 240000107 hits Miller, Burnlnm; 110 11 100-20- intIclmck 4-- HIS msmmmw.mm satteky TO ATA POLE OJS rtt Electrical Engineering began How T IS not enough to m and to observe in scientific research. There must also be in-terpretation. Take the cases of Galvani and Volta. Onedayin 1786 Galvani touched with his metal instruments the nerves of a frog's amputated hind legs. The legs twitched in a way; Even when the very life-lifrog's legs were hung from an iron railing by copper hooks the pheGalvani nomenon persisted. knew that he was dealing with electricity but concluded that the frog's legs had in some way the current. Then came Volta, a contempo-rarwho said in effect: "Your interpretation is wrong. Two different metals in contact with a moist nerve set up currents of electricity. I will prove it without the aid of frog's legs." Volta piled disks of different Mettle one. on top of another aid separated the disks with moist pieces of doth. Thus he gene rated a steady current. This was y, the "Voltaic pile" the first bat-ter- the first generator of electricity. Both Galvani and Volta were careful experimenters, but Volte's correct interpretation of effects gave us electrical engineering. ke gen-crat- ed y, Napoleon was the outstanding figure in the days of Galvani and Volta. He too possessed an active interest in science but only as an aid to Napoleon.He little imagined on examiningVolta'a crude battery that its effect on later civilization would be fully as profound as that of his own dynamic personality. The effects of the work of Galvani and Volta may be traced through a hundred years of electrical development even to the latest discoveries maoc in the Re search Laboratories of the Gesv era! Electric Coanpeny. General AElecTtric 9S4UD