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  Stal1 fullback and wol1ld’s champion high hurdler at was better but thel1e was lack of reserves. The Wildcats
l Notre Dame, maker of championship football ll€2.lllS a.t were faced with a back-breaking schedule but, with
l Creighton and later at Auburn, native of Kansas but Wynne at the helm they 031118 through to win six of
l 2ld0Df€d Kentuckian, attorney~at-law, close friend and their ten games, showing gradual improvement. They
l favorite pupil of the late Knute Rockzle, the man all were magnificent in defeat when they lost to Ohio
` Kentucky is banking on to lead the Wildcats eventually State’s great team by 19 to 6 at Columbus. and they
to Southern football su- won a world of respect
l pl1emacy. in that game.
l That is Chet Wynne. With two great stars,
This mild mannered, gy, .V__ y .;,4/f;§__{éf{2c_);},;;,VV;_~;        . [ _ U , V   V,   Bert Johnson, halfback,
cultured gentleman who           1. V     " V,`’__   and Stanley N€V€1‘S· the-
T once shared the National   ,V,,    »A,_  *1.gél;» 5   ” '   ,   kle, out because of in—
1 football limelight with ~   “-‘_,.»   -—'l._ > ¤  f‘”*‘     » , .1 l   juries, the Kentuckialis
l GCOIEE Gipl) ih P~0Chh€`S   i‘_, lm  U {     __,, V   slumped after lnid-sea-
_ backfield of the early   ’`~   Zfé       V   son. but they came back
192(YS, is Blllgeflllg 011 his    J1     ‘ .   to end the SQQSOII iii 21
third season at Kentucky   V l ` V      blaze of glory in handing
with ambitions of tul1n-   i'_l V     Tennessee a 27 to 0 de-
ing out a team that will       _   feat, the nrst Kentucky
` make Kentuckians ev- lc        L     victory over the Volun-
1 €I'y\Vh(;‘1`€ glow with   ,11l         tem ih a decade ahh
é pride.     M _       QV    the worst beating taken
. When Wynne came   Vl.,   .1         by Tennessee in years.
1 to the Blue Grass he   _ W 1       That victory did more to
found football ill a de-   _r_V     V ‘ U     arouse enthusiasln at
plorable state. Hope had         ‘__A   Kentucky thall anything
all but died. Victories ,;_       _‘»_   ·.``. gc  cf 1 V;_r     that had happened in a
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had been scarce. Friends _.  gt ,\»·. yyicd    ::·—-        generation. It proved
1 had turhed away. There   '.,‘   »-,,  .:15- 1*     that those who hellevetl
was muttering by fans   .1’V,     ‘   V fj    in Wynne were not lnis-
whose enthusiasm had          it taken.
curdled. Alumni turned     M V. ,4_,_    P B. __.14}     Wynne had given
their heads-     I . L _   _ _.     Kentucky the team it `
But there were still   ». ,   n » I L   had hoped fm. _ A team
loyal friends of the Blue   _· [ , {_    ze  that fought from the
ahh White- Thess stmt-   1 V   V   . 1     met heh-err to the lest
clled out their arms to-         V?   V *   i.‘AV      whistle. It drove on the
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“”‘“d me S°““‘* “’h€"’   .t..      -..¢ ii;  -1 . . - e»  ·;;li;¢z  .  °H"’“S‘*° It mught *01
Chet Wyhhh had 1981*             "V EQV   every inch on defense.
formed the miracle of                   It was 3 TE_A_M_
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machine Oh the deep         T V   .‘-1   ‘   hand. aha e 1l€W Keh-
Alabalna plains. He tucky spil1it has been
h(§9y]‘d their Cal] and ]@f(]       bgyu to givg gncguyagg-
Allhhfh Rhd hiS SUCC€$$€S ,\l|l|.l·Z'|`l(Z ll11<1·1<:1‘<>1< .\Nl) H 1- All l·`¤>l>1`l·..»xl_1, (lt)-\(jIl lnent to a Kentucky‘s
c there to start building owll team. The dissat-
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‘ tucky. is gone; a new conn-
1 It was a dreary struggle for tlle Clletter. ]V[Stl€1'l3l dence and a new esteem rule ill its place. Will. lose
WES SC3.1`CC, Splflt Oll llll€ C2tlllDl.1S WSIS at H low Ebb. 011 draw .. KQ1]tl1Ck§Y has dgug its bggh That 3]]-
H6 Was faced with th€ t0¤S`h€Sh ¤$$lE`hlh€h@ of his €€h`€€I'- pervading spirit is the stun f1'OIll which tl1adition is
But thi Ch;tl~@1` Wis 1uhdaL;‘L$$· d I built and is the foundation stone for greater and more
- Witl a isspil1i et squa , ynne l}lll`Il€ out a figlt— U .- . , .
ing team his first season at Kentucky. Teams that had "1°u°uS Beals to Come.
been defeating the Wildcats llandily found the going New hw 1s¤hh‘ esh-
ha1.d_ Kcmucky was bcghmmg LO Wm back hs Sch-_ son with a high-spirited crew OlVl13l`Cl-Hglltlllg Wildcats
l1espect. Tile Wildcats showed improvement in break— Wh0 h€‘h€V€ Lh€Y ¥h`€ HS good as thc b€$L· They hh`
Q ing even in a ten-game schedule, eager fOl‘ action, fearless, self·conndent. superbly coach-
l When the second Wynne season started last fall ed. capable. They are a tribute to the ability of Chet
Q at Lexington hope had been lJOl'l'l again. The material Wynne.
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Howdy, Alligators, l-lowdy
y Nineteen years ago when S. A. "Daddy" Holes, now graduate manager of athletics,
was head football coach of the Wildcats, the University of Florida ’Gators appeared
i on the Kentucky schedule for the first time. It was a sad day for the Floridians but a
  great afternoon for the ’Cats, who surprised the fans, and themselves as well, by
Q shellacking the invaders by 52 to U.
l The two elevens did not meet again until 1926, when the Wvildcats went to Jackson-
ville and defeated the Alligators by 18 to 13. The following year Florida reached a
  high peak in Southern football circles. Kentucky fell before Florida that year by 27
T to 6 at Jacksonville.
y 1 The next Kentucky-Florida engagement on the gridiron was in 1931 when the Wild-
i cats took a close 7 to 2 victory at Jacksonville. Florida came to Lexington last year
r to be special guests at Kentucky’s home-coming. It wasagreat game, a hard—fought
{ battle that was not decided until the final minutes when Bob Davis raced half the
length of the field to score Kentucky`s second touchdown and make the victory cer-
tain. Kentucky won that game by 15 to 6.
Florida, in defeating Stetson by live touchdowns last Saturday, served notice on
the Wildcats that another battle royal is in the offing.
{ Florida this year is being coached by an old friend of Kentucky. He is genial Josh
1 Cody, who can smile broader and frown deeper than any coach in the country. Josh,
l as an .~\ll—America tackle years ago at Vanderbilt. played against and helped defeat
; Kentucky three times. He coached at Clemson in 1929 when the Wildcats won by 40
L to 6. After a tour of duty at Clemson, Josh returned to his alma mater as line coach.
_ He has been in Lexington many times as coach of the Vanderbilt basketball team.
Kentucky is linked closely to Florida because of Fl0rida`s president. Dr. John J.
Tigert. who was on the Kentucky t`aculty for years before going to Florida. Dr. Tigert
who left here to become United States Commissioner of Education. was head of the 4
Department of l.’liile.:epliy and l’sychology here and in 1915 and 1916 was head football
coach of the Y\’ildcats.
Kentucky welcomes the `Gators to the Blue Grass.
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December l£l—Kentucky vs. Drake at Lexington (tentative)
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January §—Kentucky vs. Notre Dame at Louisville
t January 8—Kentucky vs. Creighton at Lexington
J January 1il——Kentucky vs. Michigan State at Fast Lansing. fslicll.
i January 1G—-Kentucky vs. Akron University at Cincinnati
. January 225%—Kentucky vs. Tennessee at Lexingxton
Q January IZ(}——Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt at Nashville
February l—Kentucky vs. Alabama at llirmingliam
February 3——Kentucky vs. Tulane at New Orleans
February ¤l—Kentucky vs. Tulane at New ilrleans
February 8—Kentucky vs. University of Mexico at Lexington
February 10---Kentucky   .~\labama at Lexington
_ February 13—Kentucky vs. Tennessee at Knoxville
February 2(}——Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt at Lexington
February 22—Kentucky vs. Xavier at Lexington
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