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Image 2 of The Cats' Pause, "April 13, 1985"

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ApulB. 19X5 Claiborne WithSayre (L)And Wester UK Football Video Tape Now Available A special video cassette tape of 100 Years of Kentucky Football will go on sale within the next two weeks and is available to the general public at $49 each. Produced by Sports Video Highlight, Inc. under rights granted by the UK Athletics Association, the tape will be the first in a series to be produced by the firm. A tape on Kentucky basketball will be released later this year. Bill Wester and John Sayre of Sports Video Highlights, Inc. says the tape is narrated by popular sportscaster Tom Hammond. The tape will be marketed in both VHS and Betamax editions. Part of the proceeds from the sale of the tapes will go to the UKAA. SVH plans to produce a series of Hi-Lites Video tapes depicting the historical development of the student-athlete, both in basketball and football, including bowl games in football and tournament games in basketball. "We envision that video tapes will serve a number of purposes -- pure pleasure for Big Blue fans, a recruiting function -- so that people outside Kentucky will better understand our student-athlete program, and an excellent opportunity for UK alumni, in parts of the country where UK sports are not often covered by network television, to enjoy following UK by purchasing periodic updates of UK Hi-Lites at a reasonable cost," said SVH officials. Derby Classic April 13 Most of the country's top high school basketball talent will be on display at the 1985 McDonald's Derby Festival Basketball Classic scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Saturday, April 20 at Freedom Hall. The game is sponsored by Kentuckiana McDonald's restaurants. Proceeds from the game, coached by Louisville Seneca's Glenn Collie and Camden, New Jersey coach Clarence Turner, will go to Kentuckiana Children's home Inc., a Ronald McDonald House, and Kosair Charities. Last year's Classic brought over $22,000 to 6th ANNUAL KYLE MACY BASKETBALL CAMP 1985 Camp Sessions (Doctor's Exam Required) June 9-14 - Overnight Camp Georgetown College Boys 10-17 June 16-21 - Overnight Camp Georgetown College Boys 10-17 June 24-28 - Day Camp (Vi Day Sessions) Morning & Afternoon Sessions Lexington Sports World Athletic Club Boys & Girls 7-12 July 8-12 - Day Camp (% Day Sessions) Morning & Afternoon Sessions Lexington Sports World Athletic Club Boys & Girls 7-12 For an application form call Nolan Barger, (606) 223-1371 or write-Nolan Barger, 3514 Birkenhead Ct., Lexington, KY 40503 the Ronald McDonald House. The following players are committed to play in the Classic. They are listed with their height, hometown, high school and college. Chucky Brown, 6'7", Leland (North Brunswick) N.C. NC State. Jeff Daniel, 6'9", Indianapolis, (Perry Meridan) In. Virginia. Pervis Ellison, 6'9", Savannah, Ga. Undecided. Jeff Grose, 6'2", Warsaw, In. Northwestern. Dylan Howard, 6'6", Fort Wayne, (Harding) In. Al-Birmingham. Tony Kimbro, 6'8", Louisville (Seneca) Ky. Undecided. Jerome Lane, 6'6", Akron (St. Vincent - St. Mary) Oh. Pittsburgh. Gary Leonard, 7'0", Belleville (East) II. Missouri. Avery Marshall, 6'7", Myrtle Beach, SC. Louisville. Melvin, McCants, 6'9", Chicago, (Mt. Carmel) II. Purdue. Richard Morgan, 6'4 V£". Salem, Va. Virginia. John Paul Oosterbaan, 6'10", Kalamazoo (Christian) Mi. Michigan. Kenny Payne, 6'8", Laurel (Northeast Jones) Ms. Undecided. Kenny Posten, 6'6", Cherryville, NC. NC State. Michael Scott, 6'11", Greenup (Greenup County) Ky. Wake Forest. Charles Shackleford, 6'9", Kinston NC. NC State. Roland Shelton, 6'5", Decatur, (Columbia) Ga. Auburn. Roderick Watson, 6'2", Memphis (Westside) Tn. Wake Forest. Keith Williams, 6'4", Louisville (Seneca) Ky. Louisville. Kenny Wilson, 5'9", Jersey City (St. Anthony) NJ Villanova. Eight of these players are Street and Smith Top 30 All-Americans. THE CATS' PAUSE i'l'HIJCATlON NO. I'SI'S '07340 Published by WILDCAT Nl-ViS COMPANY P.O. Box 7297 lexington, Kentucky iOS>2 ¦cond Class Postage Paid at U-.xington. Kentucky 4051 and additional mailing offices OSCAR L COMBS Editor and Publisher NICK NICHOLAS Staff Writer TODD HALLUM Staff Writer J.C. DUMAS Prep Editor National Recruiting Columnist IARRY VAUGHT Columnist BOB WATKINS Columnist DANNY McKENZIE Columnist MEL HOLBROOK Columnist RICK BOLUS Kentucky Basketball Recruiting JAMIE VAUGHT Contributing Columnist JACK MAIDEN Sport Hobby Columnist DONNA COMBS Business Manager DON COFFEY Composition Coordinator GARY CROMWELL Staff Photographer CLARENCE MILLER, JR. Staff Photographer WANDA HOOKER Circulation Coordinator DAN KRUECKEBERG Crossword Puzzle Editor Published Weekly: Sept. 3 - April 7 Monthly: May, June, July, August Advertising Representative WILDCAT NEWS COMPANY 2625 Regency Road Lexington, Kentucky 40503 Subscription Price $25.00 per year in USA $35.00 per year in Canada Phone: (606) 278-3474 Postmaster: Send Address changes to THE CATS1 PAUSE, P.O. Box 7297, Lexington, Kentucky 405221