TO THE PRESS AND RADIO-TV
Here is your copy of the 1969-70 facts booklet on Kentucky basketball which we sincerely hope will aid you in covering and answering questions on the Wildcats this season. If you desire additional information, special stories, pictures or have questions not answered herein, please feel free to contact the Sports Information Office in Memorial Coliseum (Telephone 258-9000, Ext. 3210, 321 1, Area Code 606).
WORKING TICKETSAddress requests to Sports Information Office as far in advance as possible. Tickets will not be mailed unless requested and will be held at the Information Window at the main entrance of Memorial Coliseum for pickup on game night.
PRESS DOOREntrance to the area set aside for press and radio should be via the Press Door located to the extreme left of the Coliseum entrance foyer.
FRESS ROOMLocated under west stands. Entrance near press door.
COMPSNo individual game allotment.
WESTERN UNIONWire facilities are available at court side. Please advise if you will be filing from the Coliseum and also notify manager of Western Union in Lexington.
RADIO BROADCASTSBroadcasting rights to UK games are assigned exclusively to the G. H. Johnston Agency, 59 East 54th Street, New York, N. Y. 10022 (Telephone 421-8055). One free reciprocal outlet is guaranteed opponent schools visiting Lexington. Any additional stations must clear through the Johnston Agency and the UK Director of Broadcasting, Mr. Pete Manchikes (258-9000, Ext. 2175). Working passes will be supplied approved stations by Sports Information Office.
SERVICESWorking press and radio will be furnished game programs, brochures, running play-by-play, halftime quickie box and final statistics in the form of a complete, seven-column dittoed box score.
RUSSELL RICE Director of Sports Information
MRS. ANNE HARVEY SMITH Secreta ry