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Staff Kelly, sophomore right hand-e- r, opened tor Kentucky on the mound in the first game and pitched good ball for the 3 3 innings he pitched, allowing two runs and three hits. The Bucks were ofi to an early lead in the first inning when a walk, a hit batter and two scratch hits produced one run. Kelly steadied himself to pull out of the hole by striking out the next two and 4 Friday and Saturday afternoons on the Stoll field diamond.
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In both games the outstanding feature was Kentucky's ability not batters. Kentucky knotted the count in to hit the ball The Wildcats, who had been able to work outside but their half of the first. Captain once before Friday, were simply un- Wilce Carries doubled down the able to get their eyes on the ball right field foul line and streaked to and a total of 24 Kentucky batters third on a wild pitch. Then while waved futilely at last strikes during Buck hurler Mack Kilmer pawed the earth preparatory to pitching, the series.
Kentucky did, however, stay with- Carnes stole home. That ended the Cat scoring, alin striking distance of the Bucks through the fifth inning of both though they threatened in the third bout and n several times the game threatened brawl with to lapse into a fists and footballs flying in equal cumbers.
Crowd pleasing as was the running of Mullins, it was Allen, a passing marvel, who turned in the most spectacular work of the afternoon by completing the first nine passes he attempted. In fact, it was not until the last play of the first half that Allen missed either of his favorite targets.
Combs and a freshman end, Carl Althaus. For the game Allen showed a record of 14 trys and 11 completions for 94 yards. Meanwhile, the Blues were making Zoeller g passes count for long in 10 gains and his four bulls-eyshots were redeemed for 70 yards. The play of both lines, which were each three deep in talent, was likewise a feature.
Sam Hulette and Phil Scott were in most of the Blue action. Touchdown number one climaxed a White drive of 35 yards after John blocking Hurst, a smooth-workin- g back, recovered a fumble by Zoeller. Allen flipped a 5 yard pass to Combs and in two lunges at the Combs and Hammonds middle. Allen was rushed by the entire Blue line on two straight plays but passed to Althaus and Hurst, both After he had times for no gain.
Another pass was good for 15 and in two trys Hammonds, a fullback discovery, reached pay dirt. The try for extra point was no good. A drive of 79 yards knotted the count for the Blues. Taking the ball on their own 21 yard line, Billy Mitdhell gained two at right guard. After one pass was foiled, shot to Zoeller drifted a Harry Taylor down to the White Bob Herbert bulled his way over tackle for five before he was dropped by Jack Farris.
Mitchell sped around left end for 12 yards nd down to the Then Zoeller, faked a fading back to pass to the left and whipped a perfect shot to Mullins standing in the right end of the six point rone.
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The kick was wide for extra point. Another sustained drive, for 80 yards, led to the final touchdown. Taking the balls on downs on their own 20 the Blues went to work with Mullins, whose running had been bottled all afternoon, providing the necessary spark. Billy Black ripped off nine yards and Herbert picked up three, followed by Mullins with seven to the Herbert found nine at tackle and then Mullins uncorked his electrifying 48 yard dash to the eight.
On the final down, Mullins took a lateral from Herbert and stepped home for the clinching tally. But the action was not over. The Whites, who out the opened a determined Blues by drive in the final six minutes of play that moved the leather from their own 14 to the Blue 10 before the rebellion was halted.
The drive was featured by the running of Combs, who gained 39 of the 76 yards. The lineups: when the bases were loaded with two out. The uprising was halted without damage. Then came the fatal fifth inning when the Bucks hopped on Lincoln Ellington for four runs on three bases on balls, two hits and an error. Ohio State completed its" total with a pair of runs in the seventh and eighth frames. One bad inning in the Saturday game cost Kentucky its second defeat, as the Buckeyes pushed home six markers in the fifth. Up to that time, George Tognocchi, Cat pitching ace.
Ohio State again broke in front by scoring one run on two scratch hits and a walk in the first frame. The Cats made a desperate bid in the second when Noland Navarre, first man up, dented the right center field fence with a long triple, only to die on base as the next three batters were unable to The first bout found the Cats trailing just 1 up to the fatal fifth, while in the tost bout they led 2 until they flew to pieces in the games.
With Coach Rupp back and ready to go, the Cats are exposed to one more week of drilling before a halt long-legg- ed is ordered. Low scoring honors for the match, which found Kentucky still a bit wobbly from lack of practice, weri shared by Meade Ferris of the Cat team and Bond of Michigan, each with an total of Bond's low score, with the 78 carded by his teammate, Leapley, was good enough to gain a 3 advantage in the first foursome over Kentucky's Bob Sweeney. The match was deadlocked in the second foursome when Ferris' 74 and the 80 registered by Don Bennett gained a 3 verdict over the visiting duo of Pikkaart, 77, and Lorenz, Thomas S.
Call Splcer, Priced right. Inquire by phoning bep. The remaining six matches resulted In two ties, and four losses. University of of Michigan. University Pennsylvania State college, and University of Idaho. University of Kansas and Louisiana State university tied with the team. The team defeated Louisiana State university. Lois Straus is in charge of golf and Dr. Ligon, head of the Mildred Gravette is in charge of Teacher Placement bureau, will ad- tumbling. Points will be given todress the Southern Association of ward numerals, pins, and letters.