PAGE 6 THE CATS' PAUSE, DECEMBER 9, 1978
Letters To The Editor
Mail All Letters To: VIEWPOINT, The Cats' Pause, Box 7297, Lexington, Ky. 40502
Enclosed is my check for an added year to the Cats' Pause. Present subscription expires Vol. 3, #36. Last year I had a "minor" heart problem which ended up with a three bypass open heart surgery. The night of the UK-Duke play-off is well remembered because I was rushed to the Methodist Hospital emergency room -- no television, so I drove the nurses craxy getting me reports on the game. The Cats won -- so did I. Later my good friend Bob Swope of Lexington, an avid UK sports fan, sent me some copies of the Cats' Pause. So I subscribed. Although I attend home football games, it really isn't necessary for I can hear Bob Swope's roar aove the crowd all the way to Indianapolis.
Regarding the football dorm, I have a suggestion -- "The Cats' Pause" start an escrow fund, publish the names of contributors -- not amounts. And publish the total amount week to week. Such a fund may not build a dorm -- but then it may. At least it should move spirits of others.
Best regards, Wilgus Broffitt Indianapolis, Indiana
UK basketball in particular), that is, of course, sorely lacking up here. Could you please inform me of exactly what your paper encompasses and what the subscription rates are?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Sincerely, Billy Hrick Banff, Alberta,
Please renew my subscription for another year. Your publication is just super and is a must for every serious UK sports fan.
I'm enclosing a picture I took of Dwight Anderson for you to use if you care to. It was taken during the Dayton-Midwest-All-Star vs. Russia Junior National Game this past summer. All Kentucky basketball fans are going to be in for a treat when they see him play for the Big Blue. His inside moves and jumping ability are unbelievable as demonstrated in the picture against the Russian "giants".
Thanks, again, for your fine publication
Sincerely, Phillip O. Davis Fairborn, Ohio
roughly enjoyed reading the most informative news source about the Big Blue sports during the past two years. The Atlanta papers don't give us much on UK sports. I think Coach Curci and Coach Hall are doing a splendid job. I was privileged to meet Coach Curci this summer while driving through Lexington. What I don't like to read is the rumors that Florida may try to lure him away from Kentucky. That would be horrible. I hope the athletic board and alumni association are listening.
Keep up the good work with TCP. I believe this publication is partly responsible to the great success we are having at L!K. Enclosed is my check for another year of TCP.
Sincerely, Roland Butler Lithonia, Georgia
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Down Thru The Years
(Continued From Page 14) TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
* UK is second only to Indiana in the first Associated Press college basketball poll. The Cats received 52 first place votes, four more than Indiana's 48, but placed second in the balloting.
* Frank Ramsey's 27 points sparked Kentucky to an 81-66 win over Xavier. Fifty-six fouls marred the game, but the Wildcats managed to get their second win of the season without a loss.
* Kentucky rolled again as they ripped Wake Forest 101-69. Cliff Hagan and Frank Ramsey led the Cats with 18 and 16 points respectively.
Jay Shidler On The Move