xt773n20cw6c https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt773n20cw6c/data/mets.xml University of Kentucky 1979 Rupp Arena, Lexington (Ky.) athletic publications  English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. University of Kentucky Basketball Programs (Men) UKAW University of Kentucky Men's Basketball (1978-1979) University of Kentucky Women's Basketball (1978-1979) programs players coaches Hall, Joe B. Yow, Debbie Rupp Arena UK vs. Auburn University (January 29, 1979) rosters statistics schedules cheerleaders Wildcat mascot tickets Wildcat Tipoff: Kentucky vs. Auburn, January 29, 1979 text Wildcat Tipoff: Kentucky vs. Auburn, January 29, 1979 1979 2012 true xt773n20cw6c section xt773n20cw6c  Crescent farm
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2   Governmental Officials
Governor of the CommonwealthJulian M. Carroll and Mayor of Lexington-Fayette County GovernmentJames G. Amato and the Urban County Coun-cil.
4   University of Kentucky
President Dr. Otis A. Singletary and Athletic Director Cliff Hagan; UK's athletics department and coaching staff.
7   1978 NCAA Champions12 players that comprise the current national champions.
22   Feature of the WeekA look at the world of Kentucky basketball. 24 Scorecard
Keep up with the actiontally field goals, free throws and personal fouls. 33 Opponent
Meet tonight's visiting team, coaches, and plavers. Also, here is general information about the school and its administration.
40 The Last Time, SEC This Week
An account of Kentucky's most recent game with tonight's opponent and a schedule of SEC action.
41 UK Sports Information Department
When you need information about Kentucky athletics, Russell Rice and Jack Perry have the answers.
46 Code of Sportsmanship
The Student Government Association of the Universitv of Kentucky has adopted six rules of conduct for intercollegiate athletics.
47 Rupp Arena
Arena diagram and information on first aid, cardiac care, lost and found, gate information, court regulations, public address and general ticket policy.
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JAMES G. AMATO took office as mayor on January 2, 1978. In doing so, he became the second mayor of the consolidated city and county governments.
A native of Lexington, Amato has been a practicing attorney since 1964. He is a member of the Fayette County Bar Association, the Kentucky Bar Association, and the Kentucky Law Enforcement. He formerly held positions as Alcoholic Beverage Control Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Director of Citizens for Judicial Improvement, Inc., Municipal Court Judge and City Prosecutor.
As chief executive of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, the mayor is authorized to supervise, administer and control all departments of government.
The mayor is elected on a non-partisan ballot every four years. He is assisted principally by the Chief Administrative Officer and commissioners of the six departments.
JULIAN M. CARROLL Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky
JULIAN MORTON CARROLL became Kentucky's 58th governor on December 28, 1974, succeeding Wendell H. Ford, who was elected to the U. S. Senate. Carroll then won a full four-year term in the 1975 general election.
Born in McCracken County in 1931, he attended Paducah Junior College after graduating from Heath High School. He was graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1954 and received his law degree from UK in 1956. Before becoming governor, Carroll served three years as lieutenant governor and ten years as a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives.
He is currently chairman of the National Governors' Association, the first Kentucky Governor to hold that post. He is an active member of the Optimist Club and a former Jaycee. He attained the highest office in Kentucky for laymen of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1966-77 when he was named moderator of the Kentucky Synod.
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Dr. Otis A. Singletary University of Kentucky President
Now in his ninth year as president of the University of Kentucky, DR. OTIS A. SINGLETARY is a Mississippian whose route to the Blucgrass State curled through Louisiana, Texas, North Carolina and Washington, D. C.
He came to Lexington from a position as University of Texas vice-chancellor for academic affairs. Previously, in Washington, he had been director of the U. S. Job Corps in the early stages of its development before moving to the American Council on Education as vice-president. He had gone to the capital in 1964 after three years as chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
The UNC appointment terminated Dr. Singletary's first association with the University of Texas, this a seven-year stay that saw him, as a young historian, rise rapidly in rank from instructor to full professor and begin the shift to administrative work, first as associate dean and later as assistant to the president.
The Kentucky president, and his wife the former Gloria Walton, met when both were students at Millsaps College. He later earned master's and doctoral degrees at Louisiana State. The Single-tarys have two daughters, Bonnie and Kendall, and a son, Scott.
Cliff Hagan Director of Athletics
"I've been preparing for this all my life," CLIFF HAGAN said before taking over as athletics director at the University of Kentucky in 1975. Hagan succeeded Harry Lancaster as director after serving as assistant director for three years.
Hagan's path to the athletics directorship began in Owensboro, Kentucky, where he established a then state high school tournament record of 41 points in leading Owensboro to victory over Lafayette in the championship game of the 1949 high school tournament.
At UK, he played on teams that won S6 of 91 games and an NCAA championship (1951). The 1954 team, undefeated in 25 games, elected not to participate in the national tournament.
Under his leadership, the UK athletics department continues to develop success in all areas of endeavor including a strong dedication to the academic wcll-bciim; of the athletes.
LEONARD HAMILTON is beginning his fifth year at Kentucky after serving three years as assistant coach at Austin Peay. An outstanding recruiter with seemingly tireless energy, Hamilton has contributed heavily to maintaining a high level of young talent at UK. Specializing in coaching defense, Hamilton has had a positive impact on Wildcat defensive
JOE DEAN, JR., played against the Wildcats for three years at Mississippi State University, before serving as Bulldog assistant coach while earning a masters degree in physical education. An outstanding student, Dean was named to the 1976 Academic All-SEC second team. A native of Baton Rouge,
Joe B. Hall University of Kentucky Wildcats Head Basketball Coach
JOE B. HALL is beginning his seventh season as mentor of the Wildcats, coming off a year in which his senior dominated team captured the 197S NCAA Championship. Since becoming head coach in 1972, succeeding the legendary Adolph F. Rupp, Hall has accumulated a record of 135 wins against 42 losses. His eleven year coaching record stands at 211-98. Broken down, it shows a 57-50 five year mark at Regis College, a 19-6 record at Central Missouri, and a 135-42 record at UK.
Hall became Rupp's top assistant in 1969 when Harry C. Lancaster was named athletics director. His record as freshmen coach was 60-15, including an undefeated (22-0) season (1971-72) which resulted in the Kittens being crowned National Freshmen Champions by Basketball News.
A popular personality on the clinic and convention circuits, Hall also has had much international exposure. In addition to the Globetrotters tour in 1951, and the "Down Under" tour in 1974, he has helped conduct basketball clinics for the U. S. Armv in Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska (1968) and at Ramstein Air Base in Frankfurt, Germany and the RAF Base at Mildenhall, England in 1975. He also was Olympic Trials coach under Hank Iba at the Air Force Academy in July 1972 and was a member of the 1976 Olympic Basketball Committee. In 1978 he coached the U.S.A. team that hosted the first International Invitational Tournament.
philosophy. A native of Gastonia, N. C, he lettered three years in football and twice in basketball. An outstanding collegiate player, he starred at Gaston Community College in Dallas, N. C, and at University of Tennessee-Martin. He is married to the former Claudctte Hale. They have a son, Lenny, 7.
La., he attended Baton Rouge High School where he earned letters in basketball and football. In addition to regular coaching duties with the Wildcats, Dean's primary responsibilities will be recruiting and scouting. He is married to the former Ellen Elizabeth Anger of Jackson, Miss.
DICK PARSONS, in his seventh year as Joe B. Hall's No. 1 assistant, returned to the University as baseball coach in 1969. Before giving up his position to join the basketball staff on a full time basis, he molded a baseball team (1971) which established or tied 15 school records. He is a graduate of UK where he played guard under former Coach Adolph F. Rupp.
Parsons came to the University in 1958 after an outstanding career as a four-sports star at Harlan High School, where he had a three-year basketball scoring total of 1,276 points.
He was a two-time (1960-61) recipient of the coveted A. B. Chandler award, given annually for the player best exemplifying the qualities of leadership, scholarship, character and ability. Only four other Wildcats have twice been so honored since the award was originated in 1951.
He is married to the former Celia Cawood of Harlan. They have a daughter, Kathy, and a son, Ed.
5 FRANK HAM Assistant Director of Athletics
FRANK HAM became Assistant Director of Athletics in July 1975 soon after Cliff Hagan succeeded Harry C. Lancaster as Director of Athletics.
A native of Scranton, Pa., Ham came to the University in 1969 as Administrative Assistant to football coach John Ray, and was reassigned to the Athletic Director's staff in 1972 when Ray resigned.
Ham graduated from high school at Niles, Michigan, and completed his undergraduate work at Olivet College. He did graduate work at Indiana University and coached high school football and track at John Adams High in South Bend in 1944-46 and then returned to Olivet as athletic director and head football and basketball coach.
In 1 51, he became assistant to the president at Olivet, with responsibilities in public and alumni relations. He was in private business from 1954 until 1968.
SUSAN FEAMSTER Assistant Director of Athletics
SUE FEAMSTER joined the athletics association July 1 with the merger of the men's and women's programs. Fcamster had been the director of women's athletics prior to her appointment as assistant director of athletics.
A native of Frankfort, she came to the
LARRY IVY Assistant Director of Athletics For Finance
Adding a new dimension to UK athletics was the appointment two years ago of LARRY IVY as Assistant Director of
University as a graduate student in 1970, was named assistant director of campus recreation in 1972 and director of women's athletics in 1974.
Feamster graduated from Franklin County High School where she was an outstanding tennis player and athlete. While in college she earned letters in tennis, field hockey, basketball and track from Indiana University and Kentucky State University, where she earned her B.S. degree and graduated with honors.
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6  Will Denote Rupp, UK Basketball
Public Donations To Build Museum To House Memorabilia
Adjacent to the entrance to Rupp Arena in the Lexington Center will be located the Adolph F. Rupp-UK Basketball Museum.
The purpose of the museum is to relive some of the past Wildcat teams' exploits and those of its great players. Included in the museum will be photo-graphs, trophies, tape recordings, films and other memorabilia reflecting on past Kentucky teams.
"We have a unique opportunity to pei-pctuatc the legend of the late Adolph Rupp and the rich basketball tradition that has been established by the University of Kentucky," commented DeWitt I lisle, chairman of the museum. "The museum will give basketball fans every where a fascinating insight into what this game has meant to followers of the UK Wildcats."
Hupp coached teams compiled an 880-190 record. He guided the Wildcats to four NCAA titles, an NIT championship and 27 SEC crowns.
The museum will cover Kentucky basketball teams from the first season in 1903, when the team recorded a 1-2 record, through the most recently completed season.
A small theatre area will be located
in the museum and used to show films on the changing style of basketball over the past 75 years.
The material found in the museum is coming from the official archives of UK, Memorial Coliseum, the family of the late Adolph Rupp and from the public.
"Obviously one of the major advantages we have in establishing this mus-
eum is the fact that we can build it around a central figure, the late Adolph Rupp, whose 41 seasons as UK head coach resulted in some of the greatest accomplishments in the history of collegiate basketball," said Charles Atcher, archivist of the University of Kentucky.
Atcher says one of the guiding principles in planning for the Rupp-UK Basketball Museum is that the museum will show the continuing history of basketball at UK, which means the museum will be capable of expanding to display accomplishments of future teams.
The UK tradition is being continued by Joe B. Hall who replaced Rupp as head coach beginning with the 1972-73 season. In six years, Hall has led the Cats to four SEC championships, an NIT championship, the 1978 NCAA title and an overall 135-42 record.
Costing an approximate $200,000, the projects' funding will come from tax-deductible donations from the public. Operation of the museum will be funded by a small admission charge, "not to exceed $1," according to Hisle.
Donations to help establish the museum may be' mailed to: Rupp-UK Museum, P. O. Box RUPP, Lexington, Ky. 40512.
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4 Kyle Macy G     Jr.      6- 3     180     21      1L    Peru, Ind.
15 Chris Gettelfinger   G     So.     6- 2     185    19     Sq.    Knoxville, Term.
20 Dwane Casey        G Sr.
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23 Dwight Anderson   G    Fr.     6- 3     180 18
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19 1978- 79 Kentucky Wildcats At Home in Joe B. Hall Wildcat Lodge
20  Behind the Scenes:
Recruitment of Players Meticulous, On-Going Task
When  Kentucky couch Joe B. Hall sends his recruiters, Leonard Hamilton and Joe Dean, Jr., to locate high school players to fill eight possible scholarships this vear, they will be shopping for specific types of players and searching through organized channels. Coach Dickie Parsons takes time from his administrative and coaching duties and assists Dean and Hamilton when the recruiting duties ' become too numerous.
The process of locating likely Kentucky prospects, recruiting them, and finally signing them, however, does not occur in a short period of time. It is a process that is on-going. One that begins when a high school player is in his sophomore year and culminates when he is ready for college.
The best prospects are located through alumni, coaches, friends, and scouting services that publish lists of the nation's top players.
The best sophomore players are identified and watched as they develop their skills. As they become juniors, the recruiting effort becomes stronger and the IK coaches begin to research the player's background and past performance.
Ihi' coaches visit the player's hometown, get to know his coach and watch linn |)l,i\ . \\ Inn he n unpletes his junior vear they can begin to recruit him officially. The juniors are watched closely in Hall's basketball camp il they attend, .mi 1 other All-Star camps. Some of the All-Star camps are run by the same people who publish the scouting services such as Howard Garfinkle in Pennsylvania and Hill Cronauer of Milledgeville, Georgia.
When the plaver becomes a junior, he is sent a questionaire that he is asked to complete that gives the coaches his basic information, size, weight, address, parents names, etc.
He is then sent a letter from Coach Hall and a packet of information on the University. The packet includes a basketball press guide for the current year, information on the academic offerings of the University and data on the UK basketball program.
The 200 players that UK considers the best in the nation are then placed
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22 They are looking for evidence that the player can do college level academic work, is a good citizen with sound character, has ability, size, speed and quickness, and has sound fundamental basketball skills.
The coaches are allowed three face-to-face contacts with the players under NCAA regulations. These are spaced out through his senior year. The first occurs at the beginning of the season, another comes at the conclusion of the season, and the third comes when the plaver signs. Many of the meetings are held in the presence of the player's head coach.
Coach Hall is given regular reports on each prospect and sees each of the top 20 play once and the top eight choices at least twice during his senior year.
Also under NCAA rules, a coach can "exchange pleasantries" with a prospect and can write or telephone him as often as he would like. Coaches can therefore watch the prospect practice and plav as often as he would like but cannot have face-to-face contact, other than to say hello.
Modern educational classroom building! such as the one shown above enhance the view of the University of Kentucky for prospective athletes. They are allowed to visit the campus during the school year under NCAA regulations and the opportunities for an excellent education as well as the attractiveness of the campus work on behalf of Kentucky.
on a weekly mailing list beginning with their senior year. Each is given as much individual attention as is possible. As the year progresses, the list de-
creases until the coaches single out the top 30 prospects. That list is divided between the coaches and the recruiting becomes more earnest.
All colleges can offer a prospect the same things such as room and board, and tuition. What Kentucky offers in addition is that its staff is one of a few active coaching staffs that have won an NCAA title and know how to win one. It offers Kentucky's winning tradition.
At the end of the recruitment process, Kentucky hopes to sign players that will continue that winning tradition through their abilities, character, and basketball skills.
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26 Adding to Kentucky's List of Championships
Coach Joe B. Hall (seated at left) and his staff have added 13 championship trophies to the Kentucky collection during his six years at the University. Hall and assistant coach Dickie Parsons are holding the 1978 NCAA championship trophy, while Joe Dean, standing at left, holds the 1975 NCAA runner-up trophy, and Leonard Hamilton holds the 1976 NIT championship trophy. Other trophies represent S.E.C. championships in 1973, '75, '77 and '78; UKIT championship trophies from 1973-'75 and 1977 and the 1978 UPI National Championship.
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