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1966-67 KENTUCKY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
Date	Opponent Site	UK Opp.		Dec. 28-	Cornell (H)	77	92	Feb. 4-	L. S. U. (A)		105 84
19 6 6				Dec. 31-	Notre Dame (N)	. 96	85	Feb. 6-	Mississippi	(A) ..	. 79 70
Dec. 3-	-Virginia (H)	104	84	19 6 7				Feb. 11-	Mississippi	State	Home
Dec. 5-	-Illinois (H)	97	*98	Jan. 5	-Vanderbilt (H)	89	*91	Feb. 13-	Tennessee		Away
Dec. 10-	Northwestern (A).	118	1 16	Jan. 14-	Florida (A)	72	89	Feb. 18-	Mississippi	State	Away
Dec. 13-	-N. Carolina (H) ...	55	64	Jan. 16-	Georgia (A) ........	40	49	Feb. 20-	Georgia ...		Home
Dec. 17-	-Florida (H)	76	78	Jan. 21-	Auburn (H) ........	60	58	Feb. 25-	Alabama ..		Away
UK	Invitational Tourna	ment		Jan. 23-	Tennessee (H)	50	52	Feb. 27-	Auburn		Away
Dec. 22-	Oregon State	96	66	Jan. 28-	L. S. U. (H)	102	72	Mar. 4-	Vanderbilt		Away
Dec. 23-	Kansas State .......	83	79	Jan. 30-	Mississippi (H) ..	. 96	53	Mar. 6-	Alabama .,		..... Home
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GOVERNOR NED BREATHITT, the Commonwealth's chief executive and chairman of the Board of Trustees, is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and above all labels himself as a champion of education in the state. The articulate, 41-year-old Hopkinsville attorney entered UK in 1942 with thoughts of a career in politics and government uppermost in his mind. He earned degrees in commerce and law after serving nearly three years in the Army Air Force during World War II. Governor Breathitt's background includes three terms (1953-56) in the House of Representatives and several governmental positions.
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PRESIDENT JOHN W. OSWALD took over as administrative head of Kentucky's state university only two short years ago but has already proven himself one of the nation's most able educational leaders. Dr. Oswald, at the age of 48, is a man ideally equipped in academic and general background to guide U.K. into its second century. He holds academic degrees from De Pauw and University of California and is well acquainted with athletics at all levels. The UK president served as captain of the 1937 De Pauw football team and later, at UC, coached the Davis campus gridders for three years as an avocation. Dr. Oswald, a plant pathology specialist, came to U.K. from a position as vice-president-administration at California. He was honored in 1962 by selection on the Silver Anniversary All-America team chosen by Sports Illustrated.
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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR BERNIE SHIVELY, a former All America footballer at Illinois, is the guiding hand behind the development of UK as a nationally-respected power in the field of intercollegiate athletics. Serving in a variety of posts at the University since 1 927, including terms as coach of football, track and baseball, "Shive" has been director of Athletics since 1938. In this position, he administers a harmonious program of activity in 10 different sports that feature more than 500 athletes in action almost the year around before audiences that exceed a half million persons and involving facilities valued at several million dollars. Shively has gained national recognition for his administrative excellence and fair-minded approach to many problems. ADOLPH RUPP OF KENTUCKY
"The Baron of Basketball"
National Coach of the Year for 1966 and the nation's winningest basketball coach for nearly four decades and one of the most colorful figures in the game today . . . That's Baron Adolph Rupp, who this season aims at producing a winner at University of Kentucky for the 37th year.
Able to boast of a nation-leading career percentage of 83 percent success in his chosen profession, Coach Rupp has guided the Wildcats since 1930and never had a losing season.
Few major goals of the coaching profession have escaped the grasp of this 65-year-old veteran, feared and respected by opponents and beloved by millions of fans to whom he is known familiarly as "The Man In The Brown Suit." The appellation was tagged on Rupp years ago in tribute to his superstitious preference of brown as the color of his game-night wardrobe.
In his own backyard (the Southeastern Conference) Rupp is generally regarded as the prime benefactor of Dixie basketballhaving goaded loop schools into providing better places to play, recruiting better boys and giving more emphasis to the sport. Hiss success in raising the stature of southern cage play has "come back to haunt" Rupp in the form of stiffer competition both on the court and recruiting battleground.
But Coach Rupp professes no regrets and his achievements serve as a buffer that is not likely to be broken down for many a year to come. Those achievements make a list too long to recount entirely.  However, a few of the man's major accomplishments include:
752 victories in 904 starts during 36 years at Kentucky.
Membership in the ultra-exclusive "700 Club" (700 career victories) achieved at the earliest stage of any coach.
An unprecedented four NCAA titles captured during a record 15 tournament appearances.
A record 22 conference championships in 33 years of SEC existence.
Top world honors as he helped guide the USA entry to success in the 1948 Olympics.
National "Coach of the Year" four times and overwhelming choice again in 1966 for top SEC coaching honors.
Producer of more All-Americans (24 players honored 34 times), more Olympic goald medallion winners (7) and more
material for the pro ranks (22 players) than any other coach. Membership on the national basketball rules committee.
Coach of champions in the first International Universities Tournament last summer.
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David Williams
Tom Payne
Pos.	Class	Age	Ht.	Wt.	Ltrs.
G	Soph.	19	6-1	155	0
G	Sr.	21	6-0	160	2
G	Soph.	19	6-0	165	0
F-G	Soph.	19	6-5	185	0
G	Soph.	19	6-1	165	0
F	Jr.	20	6-7	210	1
F	Sr.	21	6-4	185	2
G	Soph.	19	6-4	185	0
G	Sr.	21	6-3	190	2
C	Soph.	19	6-6	195	0
F	Jr.	21	6-5	185	1
F-C	Sr.	20	6-7	200	2
C	Sr.	22	6-9	210	2
Hometown
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Byram, Miss.
State Line, Miss. Pensacola, Fla.
......... Vienna, III.
Jackson, Miss.
COACHJoe Dan Gold (1 Year at MSWon 14, Lost 11) CO-CAPTAINSGary Washington, John Sapen MANAGER-ASST. COACHESJack Berkshire and Kermit Davis
-Mike Dill
NicknameBulldogs LocationStarkville, Miss. Athletic DirectorWade Walker 1965-66 RecordWon 14, Lost 1 1
ColorsMaroon and White Enrollment8,100 ConferenceSoutheastern SeriesUK leads, 26-6 since '21 BULLDOGS7 SCORECARD
	FG	FT	PF	TP
^        DON KING ***Mm   6-1 Soph. Guard	]    2   3   4   5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	12 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
*g   BUDDY WALDEN m9 1   6-0 Sr. Guard	1    2   3   4   5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
DANNY MARTIN m9 JL   6-0 Soph. Guard	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	12 3 4 5	
CHUCK WADE m9   6-5 Soph. F-G	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
CHARLIE BARBER 6-1 Soph. Guard	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
J C   DAVID WILLIAMS J   6-7 Jr. Forward	12   3   4    5    6   7 8 9   10   11    12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
A*   JOHN SAPEN 1   6-4 Sr. Forward	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8    9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
MANUAL WASHINGTON HP *J   6-4 Soph. Guard	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8    9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
A A   GARY WASHINGTON 6-3 Sr. Guard	1    2   3   4    5    6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
M r   GLENN HARTLEY 6-6 Soph. Center	1    2   3   4    5    6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
C |   TOM PAYNE J 1   6-5 Jr. Forward	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
CO   CHARLIE CREWS J J   6-7 Sr. F-C	1    2    3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	12   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 .5	
C C   HERB BIGGS mf m9   6-9 Sr. Center	1    2   3    4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11    12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8    9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
	1    2   3   4    5    6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
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	FG	FT	PF	TP
   PHIL ARGENTO i        6-0 Soph. Guard	1    2   3   4   5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
GENE STEWART mmmm\   6-2 Sr. Forward	1    2   3   4   5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	12   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
^        BOB TALLENT 6-1 Jr. Guard	12   3   4   5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
*% C   TOMMY PORTER Ammw   6-3 Jr. Forward	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1  2 3 4 5	
STEVE CLEVENGER m9 Am   6-0 Jr. Guard	12   3   4    5    6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
A*%    PAT RILEY ^Tmm\   6-3 Sr. Forward	12   3   4    5    6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
A A   BRAD BOUNDS fr t1   6-5 Sr. Center	1    2   3   4   5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
Am\   CLIFF BERGER mw   6-8 Jr. Center-Forward	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8    9     10     11 12	1  2 3 4 5	
GARY GAMBLE mW\0   6-4 Jr. Forward	1    2   3   4    5   6   7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1  2 3 4 5	
C C   THAD JARACZ J *J   6-5 Jr. Forward-Center	1    2   3   4    5    6    7 8 9   10   11   12   13   14 15	1    2   3   4   5   6 7 8     9     10     11 12	1 2 3 4 5	
				
				
				
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Phone 255-7973 WILDCATS AND HARDWAREKentucky's cage Wildcats of 1966-67 pose proudly with the large number of trophies collected a year ago by their predecessors of last season and by unanimous national Coach of the Year Adolph Rupp (front row left). Flanking the coach in front are All-America Pat Riley, Bobby Tallent, Phil Argento, All-America Louie Dampier, Jim LeMaster, Steve Clevenger and Asst. Coach Harry Lancaster. In back, from the left, are manager Bobby Barton, Tommy Porter, Gene Stewart, Thad Jaracz, Cliff Bcrger, Brad Bounds, Gary Gamble and Asst. Coach Joe Hall.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY VARSITY ROSTER
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No-         Name Pos. Class Exp. Age Ht.
10 Louie Dampier .................                  G Sr. 2VL 21 6-0
12 Jim LeMasrer G Jr. 1VL 19 6-2
13 Phil Argento G Soph. FN 19 6-0 22 Gene Stewart                     F Sr. OVL 21 6-2
24 Bob Tallent G Jr. 1VL 20 6-1
25 Tommy Porter F Jr. 1VL 20 6-3 32 Steve Clevenger G Jr. 1VL 20 6-0 42 Pat Riley                          F Sr. 2VL 21 6-3
44 Brad Bounds C Sr. 1VL 21 6-5
45 Cliff Bcrger C-F Jr. 1VL 19 6-8 50 Gary Gamble F Jr. 1VL 19 6-4 55 Thad Jaracz F-C Jr. 1VL 19 6-5
Wt. Hometown
165.............................. Indianapolis, Ind
190.................................. Lexington, Ky
180................................ Cleveland, Ohio
190.................................. Brookville, Ind
173...................................... Langley, Ky
184........................................ Gracey, Ky
185.................................. Anderson, Ind
202 Schenectady, N. Y
205 .................................... Bluffton, Ind
215.................................... Centralia, III
175.................................. Earlington, Ky
215.................................... Lexington, Ky
HEAD COACHADOLPH RUPP (36 YearsWon 752, Lost 152) ASSISTANT COACHESHarry Lancaster and Joe Hall
TRAINERRichard (Spike) Kerns STUDENT MANAGERSBobby Barton and Alan Theobald MEET A WILDCAT
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BRAD BOUNDS Senior Center Bluffton, Ind.
Brad saw only 58 minutes of action in his junior season last year but that was enough to convince his followers and coaches that he can be depended upon when the going gets "sticky." He works in well with almost any lineup combination and unselfishly passes up shots he might take in order to set up others. His actions on the court last season made him a definite crowd favorite.
Bounds saw brief reserve action in 1 2 of Kentucky's 29 games last season and contributed 25 points plus hauling in 1 8 rebounds. Not a great scorer, his high point effort on one night was six against LSU and Tulane. Brad did better in his sophomore, break-in season in 1964-65.  In his open-
ing collegiate varsity appearance, he was impressive as he collected 13 big points against Dartmouth College. Although he never reached this peak again, his coaches have high hopes that Bounds can improve with experience and confidence to the point where he can put his size to good advantage in his final season.
His development was slowed as he missed the final seven games of his freshman campaign due to academic difficulties. Brad could easily become the "darkhorse" of 1966-67 if his progress matches his determination first displayed as a freshman. Born in Detroit, but played high school ball at Bluffton, Ind.near Ft. Wayne.
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Recognized as one of the top assistant coaches in the profession, Harry Lancaster has served in the capacity of chief aide to Baron Adolph Rupp since 1946. Among his various duties, the Paris (Ky.) native spends much time scouting future opponents of the Wildcats, recruiting some of the best schoolboy talent in the nation and coaching with much success the UK freshman cage team. Lancaster in the past 16 seasons has guided the Kittens to a record of 175 wins and only 46 losses. Harry is a graduate of Georgetown (Ky.) College, where he was an all-around sports standout in early thirties. An All-Conference halfback in football three straight years, his grid career almost overshadowed his play on the basketball court. Even though he considered himself a better gridder than basketeer, he starred in basketball with an equal number of All-Conference selections and wisely chose to stick with the cage sport as a career. Lancaster spent nine years as a high school principal and coach before coming to UK in 1942 as a physical education instructor.
Assistant Coach JOE HALL
Former Kentucky basketeer Joe Hall of Cynthiana, who proved himself a successful coach for nine years, joined the cage staff of Adolph Rupp last season. The new Wildcat aide transferred from Central Missouri State College, where he was head coach during the 1964-65 season and posted a 19-6 record enroute to guiding his team to the school's first NIAA Conference championship since 1951. A guard on Coach Rupp's 1949 UK team, Hall entered coaching upon his graduation in 1955. He spent three years at Shephardsvilie High, twice achieving conference "Coach of the Year" honors, and then moved into collegiate ranks at Regis College. After one season as freshman coach, Joe was elevated to head coach and for five years posted successful records. The 37-year-old Kentuckian also coached the Capital Federal Denver team in the AAU Tournament and later was honored by selection as head coach of the AAU Stripes in the Olympic Trials. Hall is given much credit by Coach Rupp for his success in recruiting this season's outstanding freshman team.
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KENTUCKY FRESHMAN ROSTER
Age       Ht. Wt. Hometown (High School)
18 6-3      157 ............................ Leitchfield, Ky. (Leitchfield)
18 6-2      195 ........................................ Ashland, Ky. (Blazer)
18 6-3      177 .............................. Louisville, Ky. (St. Thomas)
18 6-1      176 ...................... Barbourville, Ky. (Knox Central)
18 5-10    165 ........................... Bagdad, Ky. (Shelby County)
18 6-6      185 ............................ Lancaster, Ky. (Garrard Co.)
18 6-3      204 ............................. Dayton, Ohio (Meadowdale)
18 6-0      152 ................................ New Orleans, La. (Fortier)
18 6-5      222 .................................. Lexington, Ky. (Catholic)
18 6-3      179 .................... Simpsonville, Ky. (Shelby County)
18 6-7      179 ........................................ Ashland, Ky. (Blazer)
18 6-7      197 .......................... Oak Ridge, Tenn. (Oak Ridge)
18 6-8      226 ........................................ Batavia, III. (Batavia)
19 6-4 194 Anderson, Ala. (Lauderdale Co.)
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Benny Spears ...................................... G
Greg Boeck ........................................ G
Terry Mills ........................................ G
Bill Busey ............................................ G
Wayland Long ....... F
Mike Pratt ........................................ F
Guy Mendes ...................................... G
Mort Fraley ...................................... F-C
Mike Casey .................................... F-G
Clint Wheeler .................................. F-C
Randy Pool..................................... F-C
Dan Issel ........................................ C-F
Travis Butler ...................................... F
COACHHarry Lancaster (16th STUDENT MANAGERS
Year) ASST. COACHJoe Hall
Mark England, Tim Grahl and Kent Goodell
NEW AND USED BOOK CENTER ON CAMPUS
University Book Store
LOCATED IN THE STUDENT CENTER
{ JERRY'S Y.M.C.A. ROSTER
No. Nome A9<=
10 Randy Embry ...................................... G 23
11 Louis Stout .......................................... F 25
13 Ron Kennett ...................................... G 23
14 Scotty Baesler .................................... F 25
20 Jim Foley ........................................ G 24
23 Larry Conley ...................................... F 23
25 Larry Pursiful .................................... G 26
33 Cecil Tuttle ........................................ G 24
40 Jim McDonald .................................... F 26
44 John Adams C 23
COACH
Ht. Wt. Hometown (School)
5- 10 170............................. Owensboro, Ky. (Kentucky)
6- 4 165...................................... Cynthiana, Ky. (Regis)
5- 10 170........................ Lawrenceburg, Ind. (Kentucky)
6- 0 175................................ Lexington, Ky. (Kentucky)
6-0 195................................ Lexington, Ky. (Kentucky)
6-3 170.................................... Ashland, Ky. (Kentucky)
6-1 199................................ Four Miles, Ky. (Kentucky)
6-1 175........................ Hazel Green, Ky. (Georgetown)
6-3 200 .................................. Louisville, Ky. (Kentucky)
6-6 210........... Rising Sun, Ind. (Kentucky)
Scotty Baesler
576 E. Third St.
Phone 254-2855
Lexington Insurance
Agency, Inc.
Kentucky Central Building Lexington, Ky. Phone: 252-5576  DeBoor
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315 North Limestone Street LEXINGTON, KY.
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IN LEXINGTON
if 69 Eastland Shopping Center
^ 1255 Northland Shopping Center
? 878 East High Street
fr 404 Southland Drive
fa 1743 Gardenside Shopping Center
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16 DRUG STORES IN KENTUCKY 5 PHARMACIES 5 GREGORY COLONIAL RESTAURANTS Why wait lor her to pout? VOLUNTEER... to take her out for dinner at Jetty's Restaurant