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The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

A.

No. 7

LEXINGTON, KY., NOVEMBER 3, 1922

VOL XIII

WELCOME HOME ALUMNI
WILDCATS

WILL CLASH

WITH CENTRE ELEVEN IN William Finn, of Burlington

is Made

President

GAME

TWENTY-SEVENT- H

Coming Day to Bring
Largest Crowd Ever Assem-

Home

bled on Stoll Field

CENTRE OUTWEIGHS CATS
Varsity Faces Haitdestr Game of
Season With a Clean
Record

HELEN KING ELECTED
CAPTAIN OF C COMPANY

1

OFFICERS ELECTED
FOR SENIOR CLASS

William Gocble Finn, of Burlington, was elected president of the senior class of the University at a meeting held in chapel Monday afternoon.
Mr. Finn has been prominent in student activities throughout his entire
collegiate course, having had a leading
role in Stroller productions for the
past three years. He is a member of
Sigma Nu fraternity, Keys, Thirteen,
honorary freshman and sophomore,
Lamp and Cross, honory senior and
Alpha Zeth, honorary agricultural
fraternity.
Other officers elected at the meeting were Ann Hickman, of Washington, D. C,
Julia Willis,
of LaGrangc, secretary; L. C. David-eoof Jackson,
treasurer;
Laira
Hubbard, of Lexington, prophet; Elizabeth Hume, of Richmond, historian;
Henry Taylor, of Henderson, grumbler: Irene McNamara, of Mt. Sterling, giftorian; Harry Brailsford, of
Louisville, orator; Henry Fielder,

Daisy Taylor and Mary Snell Ruby
to Be Sponsors; Others Elected

ANNUAL

llcicn King, ot Lexington, was
elected sponsor of Company C, cadet
batallion of the University of Ken
tucky, last week. The selection of
Miss King was made to fill a vacan
cy caused through the failure of the
sponsor "of Company C to return to
school this year.
Daisy Allen Taylor, of Lexington,
has been elected sponsor for Company
B of the
University of Kentucky.
Mary Snell Ruby, of Madisonvillc,
d
was made sponsor for the
D company.
The elections
in B and D companies
were held
Tuesday during drill hours, at which
time Louise Boden, Louisville, and
Edna Louise Wells, Ashland, were
elected sponsors.
The selection of these students, to
gether with the election of Miss King,
to sponsor Company C Monday, completes the roster of company sponsors.
Platoon sponsors for Company C will
be elected this week and those of
companies B and D will be selected
soon.

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DELEGATION

Of

EXPECTED

LARGE

AT

HOME

COMING

Every Alumni Club in Kentucky
is Planning to Send a Number of Representatives
MANY PARTIES

PLANNED

Economics
Department
Organizing Alumni Association With U. K. Spirit

Home

newly-organize-

From present indications Saturday,
The Wildcats of Kentucky will
November-!- , Home Coming day at the
clash with the Colonels of Centre,
annual footUniversity, will see the largest assemin their twenty-sevent- h
blage of Alumni and former students
ball game, to decjde the supremacy
present to witness the game with Cenof State Saturday afternoon on Stoll
BIG BOY PRIBBLE
tre that has ever returned to the UniField. The Colonels have suffered
What Washington Irving was to
versity in its history. Even the homeonly one defeat this year, and that to
Sleepy Hollow, What Napoleon was
coming of October, 1916, which markHarvard, while the Wildcats have an
to Corsica, what Abraham was to
ed the golden jubilee of the University
unbroken string of victories.
tt
Ur of the Chaldees, that what
and held the record for attendance,
Saturday will be Home Coming Day
Lee Pribble is to Butler, Ky.
until the present, will be surpassed,
for the Alumni and one o fthe largest
'20 and '21
Pribble campaigned in 1919,
according to the prediction of Herbedt
crowds ever assembled on Stoll Field
at fullback, and he did so much damGraham, Secretary of the Alumni Asfor the
is expected to be present
poor.
age to the enemy forces that Coach
sociation.
classic. The stands have been enK
Injun Bill decided to put him up
Every Alumni Club in Kentucky is
larged "during thvpast two weeks and
closer to his opponents so that he
planning to send a party to the Unipeorfle can be comfortably
fully 11,000
JOSEPHINE FRAZIER TO might have a better chance at them.
versity for the festivities of the ansated Saturday"
BODY SELECTS
Big Boy is playing guard this year STUDENT
day, the Kentucky
nual
The Cats have not scored on Centre
and helping make the Blue and White
clubs outside the state intend to send
HAVE LEAD IN
1916, when the Blue and White
since
line one of the strongest in many MOST
POPULAR GIRLS delegates to represent them at the
gridders handed the Colonels a terriautumns.
game and to take part in any celebra
Kentucky has probably Cast and Chorus of Opera An
fic beating.
follows. The first
the best team that has represented
Kittie Conroy Receives Largest tion which to notify the secretary was
nounced by Prof. Carl
club
and White in many a year
the Blue
Number of Votes in
WILDCATS ARE VICTORS
Lampert
at Pittsburgh, which sent an enthusand will give the Danville team a hard
Contest
iastic letter expressing best wishes
battle.
Josephine Frazier has been selected OVER SEWANEE
biggest and most successful
ELEVEN
Kittie Conray, of Mt. Sterling, Mar- for the
With the exception of "Chuck" to play the part of "Erminie" in the
the University has
Wildcats will be in excel- opera of that name, which will be
Rice the
tin Pate, of Hartford, Margaret Lavm,
an in- given by music students of the Uni SECOND TIMEIN HISTORY of
lent condition. Rice suffered
Paris, Margaret Gormley and
Plans for celebration in honor of
jured knee in the Sewanee tilt and will versity of Kentucky at the Ada Meade
Frances Smith, of Lexington, and the occasion are somewhat different
probably be out of the lineup tomor- theater, December 6, 7 and 8.
First Victory Ever Taken From Ann Hickman, of Washington, D C, from formerly as there is no formal
row. The Colonels, despite the ab
Others in the cast will include Jack
entertainment but. informal parties
Southerners on Home
were declared winners of the annual
"Bo" have one Dahringer in the part of Cabieux,
sence of the
and get together meetings held by the
Field
of the strongest teams ever seen on a Earl Baughman as Reveuncs, E.
populaiity contest held at the Univev
fraternities and other organizations on
gridiron.
In Herb CovKentucky
as Chevalier, Earl Heavrin as
the campus. Miss Maybelle Cornell,
MATCHED sity of Kentucky last week.
ington, Coach Moran has one of the Eugene, Willis Downing as Marquis, TEAMS EVENLY
Mir,. Conroy, who is a senio." at of the Home Economics Department,
best quarters in the country, and in Marian Seegar as Captain Delaney,
is arranging for a luncheon for all
Entire- - Blue and White Back-fiel- the University and editor of the
Hudgins, Tanner and Roberts, a back Henry Taylor as Simon, Edith Den
Plays Stellar
the college annual, received Home Economics alumnae. She hopes
field of no mean ability.
ton as Cerise and Leslie Worthington
to organize a Home Economics
Game
the largest number of votes in the conThe Colonels will outweigh the Cats as Marie. Four parts in th ecast have
Alumni Association.
line and not been awarded.
by a wide margin, both in the
The Wildcat triumphed over the test, 609, almost 200 more than were"
The purpose of the
A tentative chorus of the play will Tiger last Saturday when the Blue received by any other student. Miss day is to spread the University spirit
in the backfield. The Cats, however,
are undaunted at this advantage, and include Marie Beckner, Elizabeth and White elevn defeated Sewanee in Conroy was declared in the contest throughout the country and thus make
McMeekin, a game replete with exciting and
Allen, Mary Marshall
will fight until the final wh'stle.
last year one of the two most popular a better and more loyal Alumni AssoWith the possible exeception of Lillian Rasch, Laura Bennett, Martha breath-takin- g
ciation. The clubs in all parts of the
moments. This is the girls in
the University. She is one of
Rice, the Wildcats will present to the Pat'e, Jeanette Carl Lampert, Elizabeth first time a Kentucky eleven
has
United States were greatly benefitted
that has Gazzer, Louise Boden, Laura Smith, emerged victorious over a Sewanee t he original sponsors of the cadet ba- by the graduates of the class of '22
populace, the same line-u- p
won five straight victories for Ken- Louise Patterson and Ann Malply, team on Stoll Field.
tallion having held the commission of and the success of the Association detucky. In the event of Rice's ab- sopranos;
Misses Alary M. Heard,
The game was like all of the Se- - "captain" for two years
She is a pends upon the support of each of the
sence Hallowcll will be seen on the Viola Harper, Edna Gordon, Frances
y
contests, a close bat - !member of tllc Stroller dramatic or graduates of each class.
Pearl tie. with the winning team victorious
left flank. Colpitts is slated to hold Aslibrook. Marcia Lampert.
K
y
Circle,
and
down the other end, with Ramsey and Martin, Katherine McGurk, Lena and by only a small margin. The two ganization, the
CINCINNATI UNIVERSITY
tackles. Captain Prib Lilly Wiglesworth and Sue Hum teams were as evenly matched as two president of the Chi chapter of Tlieta
Russell at the
PLANS MUSIC EXCHANGE
ble and Martin will be on either side phrey, altos; Messrs. Beverly Maun, teams will ever be, the Southern in- Sigma Phi, honorary journalistic fraL. M. Buckner,
Lampert, vaders having but four ounces per ternity.
Oliver
of Freddie Fest, at Center.
Glee Club May Come Here at SuggesTurner Gregg will pilot the clven Church Mathews, Sam Adams, Rob- man weight on the Cats.
tion of Miss Josephine Simrall
Miss Martha Pate who received the
with Fuller. Ferguson and Sanders ert Clem, Horace Brown, Douglas
The University of Kentucky and
To pick an individau star from the second highest number of votes, a junBruce Full Vest and E. J. Asher, tenors; Messrs.
competing the backfield.
the University of Cincinnati will have
Cats would prove a very difficult feat
ior, is sponsor of the band. She was a musical exchange this winter if the
B. W. Mathews, Joe Walters, E. F.
er will do the kicking.
for the entire eleven played one of
K
Goodsou, B. S. Taylor, J. W.
the best games ever seen on the local declared last year the iuost popular suggestion of Miss Josephine Simrall
and Johnson, bass.
MILITARY NOTES
Miss is carried out. Miss Simrall was
field. The work of Rice, at end, Ram- girl in the sophomore class.
K
The elections of Company Sponsors
crly dean of women at the Univer- sey, at tackle, Martin and Pribble at
is a member of the Aloha Gam-- .
C. D.
NOTICE!
for the following companies, B.
sity of Kentucky and is now acting in
guard, and the entire Wildcat back- - ma Delta Fraternity.
were hold Tuesday, Oct. 31: "C To Arts and Sciences Students:
that capacity at Cincinnati.
field were the luminary features of
Margaret Laviu is also a junior.
Notices addressed to you are put in
Company, the prize company of the
According to plans formulated by
the fray. The Cats seemed best on
batallion, elected Miss Helen King the case on the wall opposite the Book the defensive, holding
Circle Dean Simrall the girls' glee club of
the Tigers for She is a member of the
sponsor; "D" com Store in the basement of the Adminis
as their company
and a sponsor with the rank of "lieu- about fifty iiTembcrs, will come to the
downs on Kentucky's five yard line.
pany, which was just organized this tration Building.
Captain Couglin, Powers and Shook tenant" in company A, and held the University for a concert, the expenses
Please look for your mail there were
year, elected Miss Mary Snell Ruby
the outstanding stars for the office as secretary of the sophomore of which will he paid by the UniversiThe returns from "B" company have every day.
ty. In return the university will send
Southerners,
Cotighliu gaining the class last year.
K
in yet.
not come
greater part of the visitor's yardage.
Margaret Gormley, of Lexington, one of its music units, probably the
NOTICE!
The standing of the companies so
Sewanee won the toss and elected has taken an active part in varied Un- opera "Erminie," to Cincinnati.
All former students of the
far this year are as follows: A
Although it was favorably received
to receive.
Fuller kicked off for Ken- iversity activities. She is a junior.
Western School please meet for
115.36; B, 115.56; C, 87.84; D, 106.80,
tucky and Powers returned twenty
Miss Ann Hickman, a senior, has no definite action has been taken toa few minutes i nthe Agricultural
The company leading in the number
yards before he was downed. After the distinction of being the only wards carrying out the plan, accordbuilding, at 3:30, Monday
of points at the end of the year will
ing to Professor Carl Lampert, head
( Continued on Page 4)
be awarded a prize loving cup.
(Continued on Page 4)
of the department of music.
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Music charmed all the freshmen of
the University of Kentucky to chapel
Tuesday morning. The promise of a
concert hy Professor Carl Lamport,
accompanied by Mrs. Lamport and
the Misses Lamport, was enough to
bring them all. Dean Boyd took
charge of the meeting and after a
Scripture reading followed by the
Lord'.s prayer in which the students
joined, he introduced Mr. James
president of the Freshman
class, who had some important announcements to make concerning the

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The concert was opened with the
Barcarolle by Offenbach, a swaying,
soothing melody that instantly won
attention. The second piece was from
Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite. J'eer Gynt
was a great adventurer who journeyed
to Arabia and fell in love with Anitra,
the daughter of a chieftain of the Bedouins. Anitra seeing 'that she fascinates him uses her wiles to attract
him and get his money, so she dances

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for him. The music tells the story,
and was so effectively rendered by the
musicians that one need not have had
a very vivid imagination to understand and appreciate "Anitra's Dance."
The third number was a Scotch dance,
very unique and typical of the people
This number has a
of Scotland.
"catchy" swing which appealed to the
students who applauded until it was
encored.
Professor Lampert played, accompanied by Mrs. Lampert, a Spanish
dance. Spain is the land of the dance
and the people seek an outlet for their
expression in dancing. It is interesting to know that some churches in
Spain have as a part of their service an
elaborate and stately minuet performed by the choir boys.
The concert was closed with "Ava
Maria," by Bach and Guonod. To appreciate Bach one has to know this
superb work.
Guonod is noted for
having been the inspiration of almost
fc
every great composer.
In closing Professor Lampert reminded the Freshmen of their duty
to back the Wildcats in their encounter with Centre next Saturday afternoon and to show their spirit with
songs and yells for victory.
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The Store that Sells the Best Drinks, Serves the Best Ice Cream,
Handles the Best tirades of Candy, Cigars and Tobacco.
The Store that Caters to Young People.
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partment. Everything is paid for by
the $1.00 a semester fee which is collected at the beginning of the year and
the second semester. The dispensary
is open from 8:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.
The main business of the Department of Hygiene is to prevent sickness as far as possible. So if you arc
ill come to the dispensary for treatment so that you may avoid giving
your illness to some one and get well
yourself at the same time.
Owing to limitations it will be impossible for this department to care
for students off the campus. In such
cases of illness local doctors will be
called. Some of the best doctors in
the city have agreed to care for students and charge them according to
their ability to pay.
Every man and freshman woman
is required to have medical examination each year. Notices to appear for
examination will be sent to each student. Failure to respond to such notices will have to b cmadc a matter
of settlement by the discipline com
mittee.
Each student will be given a dental
examination each year. This will be
done by a local dentist at Neville Hall
each Wednesday p. m. There will
be no extra charge for this examination. Local dentists have agreed to
do work for students and charge
thenvaccording. to their ability to pay.
A list of such dentists and doctors
may be gotten from the office of the
department.
P. K. HOLMES, M. D.,
Director, Department of Hygiene.

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W, C, A. BUDGE
YEAR NOT

FOR

SUBS CRIBED

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Only Christian Organization on
Campus Fails in Raising

Annual Fund

The Y. W. C. A. of the University
of Kentucky which should be backed
by 700 Christian women students and
faculty, has fallen approximately $500
short in raising its annual budget of
$1,000, despite the loyal efforts of cabinet members, solicitors and the earn
est chip of Miss Matilda Vossler, espc
cially sent by the finance department
of the National Board to engineer
this particular campaign.
The Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C.
A. are the only Christian organizations on the campus. It is a mark of
reproach if the work of these bodies
is hampered by a lack of funds when
the necessary money can easily be
supplied if everyone assumes a person
al share of the responsibility.
In searching about for reasons for
the failure to raise the budget several
possible solutions
offer themselves,
suggested by remarks of those asked
to contribute. "What becomes of the
money I give?" was a frequent query
and one to the point. The budget
explains that.
The spirit of "Let George do it,"
also prevailed. Individuals seemed to
feel no personal Tesponsibility, .al
though in sympathy with the cause,
and dismicjed the matter with "I
don't think I care to contribute." The
real cause of the failure may be that
the students and faculty are not awake
to the possibilities of the Y. W. C. A.
to act as a helpful spiritual factor on
the campus and in Lexington.
The Y. W. has a big local and
world program to put through. Lim
ited funds means limited accomplish
ment. If you have not given or if an
way, you have
offhand, unthinking
given less than you feel you want to
give it is not yet too late to lend a
hand.
The Y. W. C. A. is yours. It exists
to serve you. Come to its meetings,
Lend it your
Read its literature.
self and your money and you will be
repaid at a high rate of interest.
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Miss Roberta Dexter Blackburn and
Kuykendall were
William Carleton
married at the residence of the bride's
father, in Lexington, October 26. Mrs.
Kuykendall was a member of the
class of '21, but did not finish her
course. Mr. Kuykendall is a well
known business man of Lexington, an
University.
alumnus of Vanderbilt
They will reside in Lexington.

University Lunch Room

and
Miss Mary Leigh Brewer
Barret Nichols, were married in June,
1922. They are living in Danville.

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Good Things to Eat at All Hours
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Munford,
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News, Munfordville, Ky.
"Enclosed find dues. Sorry I had
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The Kentucky chapter of the Delhas offered a large
blue and white "Kentucky" banner
to the first Wildcat who scores a
touchdown in the varsity game with
The banner is now
Centre College.
on display at the book store.
ta Chi fraternity

NEWS EDITOR

Mary
Alma

The Republican Club, an organization for the purpose of obtaining a
closer association between the students
of the University and the political organization of the State, was
last Friday night, and plans
were made for the following year.
The following officers were elected:
T. E. Sparks, President; E. E. Dixon,
Robert Porter, secretary and treasurer.
The club will discuss political questions and aid in the political campaign.

Editors

Sport
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few of the more recent works of fiction published. A vote was taken
among those present on the assistant
representative, to he
undergraduate
added to the vote taken at Patterson
Hall Thursday evening.

In a discussion of words in Pro
fessor Grchan's class in Journalism
the subject arose as to the difference
between the words "devil" and Satan
"Miss Ellis, what is the devil?" asked
Mr. Grehan, and promptly Miss Ellis
answered, "The man who runs the
firy brimstone pit called hell."

Friends in the University have re
an announcement of the com
ing marriage on November 28 of
Prentiss Sladc, formerly of Lexington
and a student in the University in
WELCOME HOME
1917, to Dorothy Woods, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Booth Woods,
With all ,the love that a mother of Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. Sladc
holds for her first born, the Uni- was a student in the College of Arts
versity welcomes those who have and Sciences while in the University
and was quite talented in the line of
journeyed from far and near to cartooning and drawing.
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take part in the Home Coming.
A pride that comes with the
knowledge of long years of .service, of sacrifice and of achievement by her sons and daughters,
shines in the eyes of the Alma
Mater as she sees them come
from all parts of the compass to
h
join in celebrating her
anniversary. These years have
been marked more by hardships
than by ease, which only makes
for a readier ear of sympathy to
those who seek it in the quiet
fifty-sixt-

hour.

It is well that Home Coming
should be on a day of sport, when
the heart; beats stronger with
the thrill of contest. Thus those
again and recall more easily the
joys of undergraduate days.
The University proudly notes
the presence of other friends, a
legion, who are ready to recognize the leadership of one whose
motto is service to the State and
all its people an idare glad to do
her homage. So they become
worthy progeny of a proud state.
We come to a day long to be
remembered. The victory is ours
before the dawn. The achievement is a consciousness of duty.
Here is the goal of the greatest
game of life, one that is never finished, for when our course is finished others arise who are to
carry on forever.
The victory is in the will to
serve. It is ours. Welcome and
be happy in that great privilege
of men, concourse with friends.
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King, University librarian, gave an entertaining talk on
the subject of books at the midweek
service of the Y. W. C. A., held in
White Hall Wednesday at the fifth
hour.
Miss Margaret

King described interesting
Miss
magazines found in the library ,some
of which arc unknown to the majority
of students, and reviewed briefly a

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SIX MOST POPULAR GIRLS
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woman taken into the
circle,
University boosters' organization last
year. Miss Hickman is a member or
the Strollers and of the Chi Omega
fraternity.
Miss Frances Smith, of Lexington,
is"
a sophomore. She played a leading role in "The Thirteenth Chair,"
in the Stroller production of last year
and is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma fraternity.
The pictures of the winners of the
contest will be published in the feature section of the annual.
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Su-K-

WILDCATS

ARE VICTORS

OVER SEWANEE ELEVEN

KENTUCKY

KERNEL

Gregg who was downed on Sewanee's
ten yard line. After three useless at
tempts to gain, Fuller tried a field
goal but the ball was blocked. Sanders punted to Fuller, who returned
to Sewanee's thirty yard line before
he was downed. The half ended with
the ball in Kentucky's possession on
twenty-fiv- e
yard
mark.
Sewanee's
Score, Kentucky 7, Sewanee 0.
This was the Tigers' best period,
the southerners carrying the oval to
Kentucky's six yard line when the
whistle blew for the end of the quar
tcr. Fuller kicked over the Tiger
goal line and Sewanee was given the
ball on the twenty yard mark. The
invaders then started a determined
march up the field but were stopper
and forced to punt. Kentucky failed
to gain and Fuller kicked to Powers
who was nailed in his tracks by Prib
sewanee worked tnc bail by a
Die.
succession of line plunges, to Kentucky's six yard line when the whistle
blew ending the quarter. Score, Ken
tucky 7, Sewanee 0.
The last period opened with the oval
in Sewanee's
possession and third
down. As a last resort Powers attempted a pass over the Cats' goal
line but the oval was grounded by
Fuller. Kentucky took possession of
the pigskiir on its own twenty yard
mark. Fuller kicked to Powers who
was tackled in his tracks. The Tigers
were held for downs in midfield,
when, with only one yard to go and
fourth down, Sewanee was thrown for
a five yard loss and the ball changed-hands- .
Powers opened upa desperate
passing game as a last resort, but
failed to gain. Coach Juneau sent in
freshmen in an attempt to score but
the Tiger fields held. Gregg was getting ready for a drop kick when the
whistle blew ending the game.
Score, Kentucky 7, Sewanee 0.
The summary and line up:
Kentucky
Sewanee
Colpitts
RE
Miller
RT- Russell
Kent
Pribblc (c)
RG
Litton
Fest
C
Stivers
Martin
D. Murray
LG
Ramsey
R. Murray
LT
Rice
LE
Shook
Gregg
QB
Powers
Fuller
Coughlin (c)
RH
Ferguson
LH
Gibbons
Sanders
FB
Sanders
Score by periods:
T
070
Kentucky
Sewanee
000
Touchdown Ferguson.
Goal from touchdown Fuller.
Substitutions
Kentucky: Hollowell
for Rice, Neal for Ferguson, Elliott
for Fuller. Sewanee: Harris for Gib
bons, Gibbons for Harris, Millard for
Kent.
Officials Hoyer of Ohio State,
referee; Springer of Penn. State, um
pire; tunton, ot Yale, head linesman.
Time of periods Four fifteen min
ute quarters.

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