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UK To Hold Public Session In Louisville A gigantic public shooting practice session will be held at Freedom Hall at 10 a.m. Saturday for Kentucky Wildcat fans. Fans will be admitted free to the shooting practice which is being sponsored by WHAS Radio. Such open practices have become customary in Louisville for the Wildcats on the morning of a UK game in Freedom Hall. After the practice session, Coach Joe B. Hall and his players will sign autographs for fans. In the past, anywhere from 8,000 to 12,000 fans have attended the practice sessions, but a new record could be on tap for Saturday. Because Kentucky's official allotment of tickets for the game is just 100, fans who normally saw UK games in Freedom Hall won't have that opportunity this time around. Instead, they're expected to attend the practice session. Also included at the 10 a.m. practice will be a short pep rally for the Wildcats. It probably will be the largest shift of support in the history of an arena. At 10 a.m., Freedom Hall will be rocking with UK fans, only to witness the opposite at 8 p.m. that evening when the Cardinal fans take over. Reportedly, free Wildcat shakers will be given to fans attending the practice session. Wildcats Cardinals At 8:50 PM The Kentucky-Louisville clash on Saturday from Freedom Hall will tip-off at 8:50 p.m. The game will be televised by Sports Productions, Inc., shown over a network of stations around the country. However, the game will not be shown on Atlanta Superstation WTBS. In Kentucky, the game will be televised by WKYT-TV, Channel 27, in Lexington and WAVE-TV, Channel 3 in Louisville. Fans living in other sections of the country should consult their local stations to see if it is being televised in their area. The game will also be broadcasted over the Kentucky Radio Network, including WHAS, 840 on the dial out of Louisville and WVLK Radio in Lexington. Benny Crum & Joe B. Hall / What A Pair! When it comes to basketball in the Bluegrass State, nothing is impossible, not even Joe B. Hall and Denny Crum facing off in an arm-wrestling contest. That's right, the two coaches went to the table for an arm-wrestling exhibition recently in Louisville, but it was all for fun and jest as the two posed for a full-color poster. The poster, promoting a basketball shoe manufacturer and the rivalry between the two schools, will be released this weekend in Louisville. In fact, it will be part of a special promotion the night before the big Louisville-Kentucky game at Freedom Hall in the River City. According to officials of Converse Rubber Company, the two coaches will make guest appearances at Allied Sporting Goods in Louisville to auto- Kentucky Season Stats Overall: 1- 3 Hose : 1-1 Away: 0-2 SEC: 0-0 Plaver c-cs Fi •1d Coa19 Tree Throw* Rebounds PF-D A TO Points High Kenny WMJCER 4-4 22-46-47.8 24-29-82.8 27-6.8 13-0 5 5 68-17.0 19-SMU Janes BLACKMON 4-2 16-28-57.1 6-10-60.0 7-1.8 4-0 11 9 38- 9.5 17-TOL Richard MADISON 4-0 13-27-48.1 6- 8-75.0 15-3.8 5-0 4 9 32- 3.0 16-IND Wins con BEKNETT 3-0 11-26-42.3 1-1-100.0 10-3.3 7-0 1 8 23- 7.7 13-IND 8 re c BEAR UP 4-4 10-32-31.2 7- 9-77.8 25-6.3 12-1 6 5 27- 6.8 13-IND Roger HARDEN 3-3 6-15-40.0 1- 2-50.0 6-2.0 4-0 12 3 13- 4.3 11-T0L Pau i ANDREWS 4-2 7-15-46.7 0- 0-00.0 3-0.8 6-0 2 4 14- 3.5 8-SMu Ed DA VENDER 4-1 5-13-38.5 4- 5-80.0 5-1.3 10-1 4 9 14- 3.5 6-IND Troy McKINLEY 3-0 3- 5-60.0 0- 0-00.0 1-0.3 1-0 2 0 6- 2.0 4-SMU Robert LOCK 4-4 3-13-23.1 0- 2-00.0 12-3.0 14-1 2 2 6-1.5 4-SMU Cedrlc JENKINS 3-0 0- 4-00.0 0- 1-00.0 4-1.3 0-0 0 0 0- 0.0 --- Todd ZIECLER 3-0 0- 0-00.0 0- 0-00.0 0-0.0 0-0 0 0 0- 0.0 -- Leroy BYRD 1-0 0- 0-00.0 0- 0-00.0 o-o.o 3-0 0 1 0- 0.0 --- Team 2 KENTUCKY 96-224-42.9 49-67-73.1 126-31.5 79 49 57 241-60.3 68-ItJD Opponents 106-216-49.1 45-66-68.2 133-33.3 76 66 56 257-64.3 81-1ND MINUTES PLAYED: Walker 136-34. 0, Bearup 128 -32.0. Blackmon 119-29.8, Harden 76-25.3, Hadlson 74-18.5, Lock 68-17.0, Davender 58-14.5, Andrews 53- 13.3 , Bennett 52-17 .3, HcKlnley 17-5. 7, Jenkins 14 -4.7. Ziegler 3-1, Byrd 2 -2 BLOCKED SHOTS: Bearup 4, Hadlson 2, Jenkln s 2, Walker 2 Lock 2 (UK 12, Opp 12) Walker 4, Blocknon 4, Bearup 1, Harden 1, Lock 1, Davender 1, Bennett 1, Andrews 1, Hadlson 1 (UK IS, Opp 16) DEAD BALL REBOUNDS: Kentucky 11, Opponents 15 Came L'K-Oop Toledo (H-Nov. 27) 63-54 Purdue (A-Dec. 1) 56-66 SHU (H-Dec. 4) 54-56 Indiana (A, Dec. 8) 68-81 Louisville (A, Dec, 15, 8:50 p.m. EST) UKIT (Dec. 21-22, 7-9 p.m. - 1st round: Attend. High Scorer 23,129 Walker, Blackmon 17 14,123 Walker, Blackmon 16 22,846 Walker 19 17,214 Walker, Madison 16 James Madison vs. Cincinnati: Kentucky vs. East Tennessee) Walker 9 Walker 9 Walker 7 Bearup 11 Kansas (Louisville. Dec. 31, 8:""- .o. EST) Auburn (H, Jan. 2, E:05 p.m. EST) graph the posters. The idea was a brain-child of a Converse executive and company officials say the poster is already in heavy demand from sporting goods dealers around the country who know [Continued On Page 32] UK Punter Hawaii-Bound All-SEC punter and defensive ace Paul Calhoun has been selected to play in the 1985 Hula Bowl according to bowl officials. The game features the nation's top senior athletes next month in Hawaii. The Louisville Bishop David product led the Southeastern Conference in interceptions with seven during the past season and tied for the sixth spot nationally. Calhoun fiinished the 1984 season with a 44.6 punting average, one of the best in the SEC. Extra xtra For fans of the UK football Wildcats, we'll have two special bonuses this month in addition to a special 12-page salute to the Wildcats in this issue. Today, TCP has a special salute to the Wildcat seniors, plus bowl predictions and a brief preview of the Wisconsin Badgers. 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