THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
By Gerald Griffin and Garry Roosma
BATTLE WITH WILDCATS
Kentucky and University of
the South Are Evenly
Extends To You a Cordial
CATS BEST FIRST HALF
EXPECT LARGE CROWD
In one of the hardest fought games
ever staged on Miami Field the blue
clad warriors of old Kentucky went
down down to defeat before the strong
Miami team last Saturday by the
score of 14 to 0. From the kickoff to
(he final whistle the two teams battled ferociously for supremacy and it
was not until the final moment that
victory for the Ohloans was assured.
During the first period the Wildcats
had things their way, making first
down six times Fuller received the
Prlbble was a consistent
ball, on the initial kickoff and was
gainer In last Saturday's
yon e for a touchdown when he was
downed by a Miami player. Then the
Kentucky backfield carried the ball
down to the very shadow of the goal
posts where they lost it on attempting
a place kick. During1 this quarter the
KENTUCKY 60 S. P. U. 0.
Oxford boys showed a .tendancy to
kick as soon as they received the
0 MIAMI 14.
apparently afraid to run with it.
vs. SEWANEE Oct.
This was Kentucky's banner period
25 at Lexington.
and they threatened to score time and
vs. VANOERBI LT
again but costly fumbles deprived
Oct. 30 at Nashthem of the chance to tally.
The second period was a duplicavs. CINCINNATI
tion of the first with the exception
Nov. 6 at Lexthat Miami held the upper hand and
made seven first downs, but were un"
able to cross the line so gallantly de13 at Lexington.
fended by the men In blue.
In the third quarter Davis and
Nov. 25 at Knox- splendid interference, carWolf, with
ried the pigskin to Kentucky's three
yard line by a series of cross bucks.
At this point the Miami "Wolf" broke TRACK TEAM TO BE
through center and made a touchdown.
IN TURKEY DAY MEET
Munns kicked goal making the score
7 to 0.
Coach Buchheit is rapidly whipping
At the beginning of the final period
Kentucky kicked off from the twenty the candidates for the Blue and White
yard line. McGInnis received the oval team into shape and expects Kenand skirted sixty yards for a touch- tucky to be well defended on the field
the longest and cinder path this year. The fall
down. This was one
r:ns ever seen on Miami Field and workouts are developing some promwas the second and final touchdown ising athletes and the competition on
of .the game. Munns again kicked goal the squad is bringing out the best
from every man.
and the score stood 14 to 0.
A meet has been scheduled
The entire Kentucky team fought
hard and played real football but was Thanksgiving day at Louisville and
unable to get ahead of the fast Miami the men who show up the best in
bunch which is unusually strong this practice will be taken to compete with
strong rivals in upholding the colors
year and has one of the best
in Ohio. Prlbble wa3 the most of old Kentucky .
consistent ground gainer for the
The following men make up the
lads, making the spectators gasp sauad:
Hayden. Shrieves, Snider.
as he plowed thru the Big Red line Sturges, Funkhouser, Bryant, Wolf
Sharkey, White, Mulloy.
of the Miami team. Lavin guided the Stal'ard,
team brilliantly and showed the Buck- Nantz,
eye rooters Just why he is rated by Smith. Splllman. Tyldes, Maranoy,
one of the Cincinnati papers as one 'Clark, Clar, Baible
of the greatest open field runners of
the South. While unable to get away fighting for the honor of old Kentucky
for any long runs he made several and the glory of the team.
good gains and played until he dropMiami
ped from sheer exhaustion. Shanklln Kentucky
and Fuller played good ball but were Zerfoss
injured during the early part of the Server
game and this kept them from playing Baugh
their usual game.
The work of Kentucky's line was Colpitts
of the highest order and they played Murphree
their opponents to la standstill.
was more than a match for the Lnvin
guard who played against him. The Fuller
Miami guard outweighed him 50 Shanklln
pounds. Fest, at center was too much Prlbble
for the Miami lad who played opposite
0 7 7 14
him. Captain Murphree and "Big Miami
Jim" Server, the incomparable pair Kentucky
of tackl03, outplayed the opposing
from every angle of the game. Falo; McDiarmld for Wire; Predmore
Server outpunted the Miami bootor for Grouse; Hawaii for Wolf; Wire for
but the wearers of the crimson were MoDIormid; Work for Wiro; Sombahl
expert at running back punts and gain- for Work; Fox for Davis; Devoss for
McGInnis; Wright for Itagan;
ed quite a bit of ground this way.
for Predmore; Ewlng for Anglo.
It was "Home Coming Day" for the
nlumnl of Miami and an enormous Kentucky Wilhelm
crowd turned out to see Kentucky go Cameron for Heber; Rico for Zerfoss;
down to defeat for the first time this Wiley for Fuller; Thornton for Lavin.
season. They saw the Wildcats meet
defeat with colors flying, each man King, Headlinesman.
Kentucky Holds Big Red
Team to Small Score With
It's not the price you pay
it's the shoe you buy that
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock the
Vlldcat3 will meet in battlo the purple clad warrlorj from the mountains
of Tennessee. Sewaneo has an excellent team and lins not lost a game this
season. Two weeks ago Georgetown
was humbled by the Tennesseeans by
the scoro of 55 to 0, but tomorrow
Kentucky will wreak vengance on the
Southerners not only fo rour poor
lowntrodden neighbor but also for the
last defeat, which was handed her in
191G by the boys from the Mount.
For the last several years there has
been the keenest rivalry between
and the University of the South.
In the last four games the honors
have been evenly divided, the Wildcats winning one, losing one and tying
two. Last year when Sewanee was
'eaten by Kentucky it was the first
'me in all the history of the school
Miat. victory had not crowned the efforts of the mountain lads on their
The blue clad pigskin artists are
all in good shape and are eager to
meet Sawanee. They are not at all
disheartened over last week's defeat
but on the contrary have the utmost
confidence in their ability. The slight
victory of Miami over the Wildcats
served merely to bring to light the defects of the team which will be remedied before tomorrow's game. Several new plays will be used to insure
a victory for the Blue and White.
Stoll Field will be the scene of one
of the hardest fought games of the
season when Kentucky brings Sewanee
to her knees tomorrow. Every one
is expected to turn out and make the
air resound with mighty yells to strike
terror into the hearts of the mountaineers and to cheer the Wildcats on to
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