continued to assist the football staff as line coach until 1944. The next year, 1945, he assumed full charge of the grid squad for one season before turning the job over to mentor Paul (Bear) Bryant in 1946.
The Kentucky Athletic Director is currently chairman of the NCAA Basketball Tournament Committee and for the past 1 1 years has been president of the Southeastern Conference Coaches and Athletic Directors Association. He served as chairman of the SEC Basketball Committee for a number of years and is a past chairman of the NCAA summer baseball group.
Shively and his wife, Ruth, have two children. Doug was a star end on the UK grid team for three years ending in 1958 and is now coaching at VP1 while daughter Suzanne was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate in 1957.
University of Kentucky's Memorial Coliseum again will be the site of one step in'the determination of the national collegiate basketball champion as the Mideast Regiona. of the 1965 NCAA Tournament is staged in the spacious arena.
Bemie A. Shively, Kentucky Athletic Director and chairman of the national tournament committee, announced that dates of the sectional phase of the 27th Annual National Collegiate Championships will be March 12-13. In addition to the Mideast Regional in Lexington, eliminations are to be staged on the same daes on three other college campuses. The East Regional will be at University of Maryland, Midwest at Kansas State, and West at Brigham Young University.
The national finals will be held at Portland, Ore., on March 19-20.
Participants in the Mideast Regional at UK again will be drawn from the Southeastern Conference, Big Ten Conference and a preliminary round playoff at a date and site still to be decided. Champions of the two conferences get automatic byes into the regional and are to be paired against winners of preliminary round games involving the Ohio Valley Conference champion and Mid-America Conference champion versus at-large selections. How the first-round winners are paired in the regional will be determined later by the tournament committee, Shively explained.
The UK Coliseum, one of the most spacious on-campus arenas in the South, has been the site of a portion of the NCAA Tournament six times previously since its completion in 1950. First round playoffs were staged in the building in 1955, 1959, 1960 and 1962 while regional tournaments were held in 1957 and 1958. Kentucky played in the two regional attractions, being eliminated by Michigan State in 1957 and defeating Miami (Ohio) and Notre Dame in 1958 enroute to its fourth and last national championship.
1939	Oregon	1948	Kentucky	1957	North Carolina
1940	Indiana	1949	Kentucky	1958	Kentucky
1941	Wisconsin	1950	CCNY	1959	California
1942	Stanford	1951	Kentucky	1960	Ohio State
1943	Wyoming	1952	Kansas	1961	Cincinnati
1 944	Utah	1953	1 ndiana	1962	Cincinnati
1945	Oklahoma A&M	1954	LaSalle	1963	Loyola (Chicago)
1946	Oklahoma A&M	1955	San Francisco	1964	UCLA
1947	Holy Cross	1956	San Francisco