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Just who

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Is not known. Coach GUI

TRACK TEAM MEETS
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DePauw Defeated in Easy
Game For the

Miami Scores Five-PoiLead on Wildcats In
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With a score of 56
The defeat of DePauw last Thursfavor of Miami, the University of Kenday by the Bcore of four to two retucky track team Saturday afternoon,
lieves us of any doubt whatsoever as
almost wiped out the defeat suffered to what the Wildcats can do, since
at the hands of the Ohio school last this was the third straight victory for
year.
the team.
Without a doubt, Coach Buchhelt
The game, as a whole, was rather
has produced one of the best track slow. After Grubbs got started, he
teams the Wildcats have had In years.
fanned 'em out by the, well something
LaBt year Miami defeated the team
over a dozen, in fact, fifteen In all had
by some fifteen points. This year the
the strenuous exercise of striking. It
Wildcats have the same team exactly,
literally looked as if their whole team
except Orabfelder, who always made
was going on a strike out. Norrls, betten and sometimes fifteen points by
ter known as Stewart Norris, of Cowinning the 100, 220 and broad Jump,
lumbus, the gentleman with the mousand Kohn who usually scored five
tache, played good ball for the visitpoints by taking the 440. The absence
ors. His work in catching flies on
of these men .'disabled the team to
short was spectacular.
some extent, but Clare and Snyder
Zerfoss at short, Burnham at third,
are helping fill these vacancies. In Propps
at second, Brown at first,
fact, another week's practice will
Heber behind the bat, and Muth, Sauer
i
snake them look good.
and Sloamer in the outfield, played
The day was rather chilly, yet fn
their usual good game of ball. The
spite of this, Clare lowered his own victory was not unexpected because
record for the low hurdles, made last
Transylvania
had; just beaten them
Saturday against Vanderbilt. This,
the day before.
however, was not official because it.
Each man on the team, at at least
was not made in accordance with the!
nearly every man on the team got a
S. I. A. A. rules. He hopes to lower, hit. They were pretty equally divided.
the official record of the S. I. A. A. at
The longest hit of the day was made
the track meet to be held in Atlanta by Grubbs, who got one
later on in the season.
Next Friday and Saturday the WildKnight, as he is accustomed to do,
cats play Tennessee here, on Stoll
easily took first place in both the mile
Field.
and the
It seems to be
Hits Off Julian,
The summary:
getting common as taking rides in a
10; off Grubbs, 2; earned runs, Kenmotor car for him. Looks as if he
tucky, 3; DePauw, 0; base on balls,
can't be defeated. Thornton and Gra- Grubbs, 2; Julian, 0; errors, Kentucky,
ham are also showing up well in the
3; DePauw, 2; struck out, by Grubbs,
half-milhit, Grubbs;
15; by Julian, 2;
At first it looked as if Miami was
time, one hour and fifty minutes. Umgoing to run away and leave the Blue
pire, "Rasty" Wright.
and White side of the score nil, yet
the Wildcats came back strong on the
later events and almost brought their VOLUNTEERS TO COME
score even with that of their oppo3

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Kentucky
has said it would not be announced
until Friday. Gill has a recent find in
Megular, a freshman, and it is likely
that he will make his initial appearance In one of the games. In practice he has shown form which may
make him a very baffling pitcher.
In addition to Megular, Kentucky
has Slomer, Grubbs and Cooper to fall
back on and the fans are expecting
the Wildcats to "do their stuff."
If Grubbs is up to his usual form
we nre assured that Kentucky will
win one of the games, at least. Then
there are Slomer and Cooper, whose
ability as twirlers would be recognized
as above par on any college diamond
that they might perform.
The line-uwill be the same as
Kentucky has presented in the last
several games. The umpire will be
either Jim Parks or Rasty Wright.

Lexington.

opr Phoenix Hotel I Phone 945
J. DONALD DINNING, Representative

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Kentucky Ready To Add
Another Victory To
Her List

We also have a line of new high grade Shoes for
men and boys. These are guaranteed to give the
best of satisfaction.

Next week the team journeys up to
Cincinnati to give that school's track
team an artistic finish.
The results:
Shot Put Essig, Miami, 1, 38:3:;
Davidson, Kentucky, 2,
108:9;
Miami,
Discus (Perrone,
Browne, Miami, 100:2.
148:8;
Miami,
Javelin Brown,
Downing, Kentucky, 140:1.
Kentucky,
Pole Vault Cameron,
and Murphy, Miami, tied, 10:3.
High Jump Wilhelm and Dorman,
Kentucky, and Blanz, Miami, tied, 5:6.
Broad Jump Blanz, Miami, 1, 20:
Snyder, Kentucky, 2, 19:7:.
Kentucky, 1;
Low Hurdles-Clar- e,
Rogers, (Miami, 2, 25.
High Hurdles Clare, Kentucky, 1;
McDermott, Miami, 2, 15:3-Dash Rogers, Miami, 1;
Clare, Kentucky, 2, 10:1-5- .
Dash Smith, Miami, 1;
Masell, Miami, 2; Snyder, Kentucky,

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7:;

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220-yar- d

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22:4-5-

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Dash Measell, Miami, 1;
Snyder, Kentucky, 2; Thornton, Kentucky, 3, 54.
Half Mile Knight, Kentucky, 1;
Thornton, Kentucky, 2, 2:2:4-5- .
Mile Knight, Kentucky, 1; Schultz,
Miami, 2; Graham, Kentucky, 3, 4:48.
Relay Forfeited to Kentucky, 5
440-yar- d

points.
Totals
52

Saturday afternoon, May 1, on Carson Feld, Cincinnati, the University of
Kentucky will meet the University of
Cincinnati in a track contest. Kentucky has two objects, to add another
victory to her list and to get revenge
on the Crimson for the defeat suffered at her hands in football last fall.
The Cincinnatians have a strong team
this year, although they were defeated by Earlham College last week.
They are eagerly awaiting a chance
at the ferocious Wildcats.
The Wildcats have practiced hard
all week in order to be in perfect trim
to defeat their enemies from the north,
and are now in much better shape
than they were last week when
Miami defeated them by a narrow
margin. Tomorrow's meet will be no
for either team and the
Wildcats will have to exert themselves
to the utmost to come home with another victory.
Cincinnati is banking on winning
the distance runs, basing their hopes
on Mlttendorf, who it is reported, can
tear up the cinders at the rate of a
mile in 4:45, which is three seconds
faster than Knight has ever made it.
They are also confident of winning the
dashes and hurdles but the Wildcats
believe they have a grand surprise in
store for them. They are especially
weak in putting the shot and throwing the Javelin, in which events Kentucky should have an easy victory.
race which.
There will be a
will be the first one for the Wildcats
this year. Porter will run it for Kentucky and will make a fine showing.
has worlds of enHe is
durance, and can make the distance
In 10:45, which is the same time as
the Cincinnati man made against
Earlham.
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Kentucky,

FOR

DOUBLE

HEADER

Wildcats Plan Two Victories In Week-en- d
Games
baseball games
Two
will be staged on Stoll Field Friday
when the
and Saturday afternoons
University of Tennessee Volunteers
make their 1920 debut before the
Wildcat fans. The Volunteers will
undoubtedly attempt to revenge the
four defeats they suffered at the hands
of the Wildcats last season.
Little dope on the events can be
secured since iCoach Benden's aggregation has played few games this
year. They have, however, practically
the same team that they had last
year. Coach Benden has been putting the Tennesseeans through some
stiff work in order to stage a brilliant
comeback over last year, but the
Wildcats are not to be daunted. Despite the ralnB and the mud they have
turned out In large numbers for practice and the Kentucky lads show excellent form.
Last season Kentucky romped over
the Volunteers, defeating them on
their home ground by scores of
Kentucky again showed her
and 13-supremacy at Lexington and walked
away with both games to the tunes
of 10-- and
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