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ii V   .   Gfliieial Signals ·-------- lnside Cover
V     Hon. Earle C. Clements, Governor ol` Kentucky - - - 2 _
-   { A - Di`. H. L. Donovan, President, University ol` Ky. · - - 2
_. file F Bernie A. Shively, Athletic Director ------- 3
; -5-»4Q~.,..,...,.__,____L_ Paul Rryant, Head·Football Coach ------- 3
`     Coaching Staff, University of ky. -------- 4
-     The Bryant Story - - - -··-··-· · 4
_ ·      9  Coaching Staff Notes - - ----— · - - - 5
  ,_'·»° S",   University of Kentucky 194-9 Schedule --——-- 7
-   Q {N; i¤;§€  Salesmeifs Club - - - -—-·--—-- 9
(  *"   194-9 Football Rules Changes -··——-·-·-- 13
' V ’   _ · A Quiz FOP The Quizzical ---·--... 15
  \Vildeats of 1949 --------- I6-17-18-19
_   University of Kentucky Roster -—---—-- 21
’ · _-fg ;    ~ *2..,:wm Starting Line-ups - — - -··--·-- 22-23
_     . ·· ” ;   *5 , ‘ Lniversity ol Cincinnati Roster --——-·——-- 24
 _ ‘ _ _ _ ,. »• "   \T»,___ . All About College and Me -—-----—— 27
t    l, ,,\-   Q “ A were   Answers T0 “A Quiz For The Onizzical" ----- 28
 ‘t°9 `-°i  ` fw `°"?""*"*"‘*»"*¤»·=·*x-k¥—»·~—,-.·»,».`...,;,...,.,_;`i[ii}"‘_j~‘_j* _ Sidney Gillman, Head Coach, University of (Zinvinnati - - 32
·  · "     V i University ol` Cincinnati Coaching Staff -·-———- 32
·   u _ 4 ‘ _··\ University of Cincinnati Squad -—·—--—-— 35
Q V  fi}  f=V' Q L : MN ;V;V·L jj , , " j`i·_ ‘*" ( University of Cincinnati Stars ——-——»-·-— 36
V    ` ' ,  ` `   ”‘ K<·ntucky’s 194-8 Record ---..... - . 440 ·
l g; _ V - _· A ;V ~ Freshman Schedule 194-9 --——-—-·—- 43
=· {     e   r ;     Paul Bry:mt’s Record As A llcad (Ioach ----- 4-3
    ·  ` f ’   ` g     University of Kentucky Athletic Plant Expansion - - - 4-3
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i   I Q '   V 1 THE HONORABLE
    Y  it . EARLE C. CLEMENTS
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l   V»._   W   .·    { tion . . . Has encouraged expansion of sports
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YOU CANNOT HAVE A GREAT STATE `
WITHOUT A GREAT STATE UNIVERSITY
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DR. HERMAN LEE DONOVAN   ·   ·`'" J A    »s» x _  
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Directing the activities of the Kentucky football team for the 1949 season will be the group of coaches and  
assistants pictured above. From left to right, front row,¤re Ted Osborn, Joe Atkinson, Frank Moseley, Head t
Coach Paul Bryant, and Carney Laslie. In the buck row, usual order, are Jim Brooks, Ermal Allen, Clarence E
Underwood, and George Sengel. t
The Bryant Story  
One of the nations outstanding you11g football 111110 defeats and two t1e games -— the best 111 kentucky ’
mentors, Paul Bryanfs name has become synonymous football history for a three-year period since a 23-5-1 ~
in the South with an upswing i11 the grid fortune of record was made during 1909-l1—has attracted wide  
Kentucky’s Bluegrass Wildcats. attention. He has been mentioned prominently in spec- t
In three seasons at the hel1n of the Kentucky grid- ulatio11 on the successors to head mentors at larger  
iron machine, the 3:)-year-old former Alabama star has schools and in the pro ranks. The latest outcropping I
lifted the victory-famished Wlildcats out of the dol- came last December when Bryant was rumored as the  
drums of the Southeastern Conference football cellar "odds-on choiee” to become head coach of the profes- t
and established them in a contendin¤ osition des iite sional \Vashin¤ton Redskins. However. he re`ccted the `
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numerous dnfftculttes. had (which reportedly was for an eight-year term at t
Bryant took just one year to accomphsh the near- double his present salary) to remain at Kentucky. l
miraculous feat of re-building the shattered founda— - . ¥
. . . Bryant came to Ivcntuckv `1 l 4 1- · l '-
llO!1S of Kentucky football 1nto a sol1d front that re- _. ‘ __ K · U ’9 6 Hm] ilu [lu l
. _ _ _. . . _ vers1ty of Nlaryland, where he had served as head grid- ‘
sulted 1n a season record of seyen victories against . .
7. _, __ ( . ll`0]’l coach for one vear after havmg been released t
three defeats—the Vttldcats most successful CHIIIIBHIKII N __ . · t t
. _ 2 Cl tt. t . Y . _. Y . from the . awy. During that year he produced the Mary- .
smte l9l . .1 ing upon 11s ysartune seruce expert- tmd 5ct_t00t,_ best tomb ltt ULD"] in ti in Q. .
ence, Coach Bryant consolidated thc gams and la11neh- [inte [WO t0:SC 'md d“m I { · l` lu t
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ed an even more startlmg attack durtng 1947 that saw ’ _ _ ‘ _ _ _ _
thc scuts Nth up {mother tmttt.cs5tv.C 7_3 record for the 'Followmg his successom trewardmg followers Nlllll
rcguhtt. Season {md thou mh] tt thrithhtt, 24t_l4t vh.t0t.v a \N'lllIl’lIlg team during IIIS first season at kentucky, t
over Villanova in the Great Lakes Bowl inaugural at B*`Y"“tS <>¤‘¤s¤¤¤l c0}‘U"’€l Wi'} lm"! ul) 000 0 UVW 10* `
Ctcvchmtt_K(,htuckvvs first how] ttppcm.tthcc_ year agreement put in force. The current pact has ctght
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Minus the services of nine players from the start- Ore · J-? 0 I ' _
ing eleven and five more from the rest of the 194-7 A mllwc 0f F‘“`dY0€`» A*`k·¤ l?l`}`0“l *l*0`I`*"l *0 {00*
stttmth thc Kptttttcky tcttttt of htst Scttsmt ttCvct.thch.SS hall and haskcthtall whtletattendmg hugh school there.
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pcctcd thc \\.thtctttS to provtdc more than token lughly sttecessful Crimson 'ltde elevcns of (th; l?$3-3.)
tvmthh. ttm] ,,.0t.C about to write them Ott tts 3 thrpttt period. including tl1e Bose Bowl team of l)$;>..llay1ng
utter three Qttvh, Smtsmt hWS0S_ But the experts fttitctt the cntd opposite the famed Don llutson. he failed to
to cmtttt Ott the Spirit tttgttttmt hy thc t.t.Smtt.,.(,ttt] Bt.}, gvam significant attention from the press and fans hut
mtt_ Bvnzhhtv hmtchhtg three Of his tot) bnckficld Stars, Coach Frznik Thomas chose to retam llllll as an iI55lSl·
the \Vildcats’ head mentor jerked his charges out of {ml f<>ll¤*~‘·¤s INS €""‘l“*m0“·
their defeat lethargy enough to complete the remainder After [mt,. Scttstms with the Ttt]t._ ];t.vttttt moved to
of. the schedule without a setback. lhe record stood at Vttm]Ct.],t]t as htm t.t,tt(.h ttttt] Stwttt ttm vom.; wgth tht.
5-3-2 and thetdefeats came at the hands of the three (jmtttttmlm-(.5 ht,{‘m.C h.ttt·;ttt_t ft"- tht, Navy ht ]g,4j|_ ]r0]_
teams who futnshed f1rst, second and fourth 1n the con- tm,-tug tt tmtngttg t,t.t.;,,t]_ hc wpttt 0vt.,.St.ttS tt, Ayahttt
fprcnco -r=·¤··1·¤·¤-- and remained there until released as a lieutenant Com-
Bryants thrce—season record of 20 \'l(Yl()l‘l(?5 against mander 1n ]9~l-5 just before the football season opened.
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 WIN, LOSE
CAHEY LASLIE . . . Like Paul Bryant is a University
of abama product and a former Rose Bowl star for
the Crimaon Tide . . . Laslie lettered three years at    
’Bama ’3 , ’31 and ’32 . . . In ’32 he played on the
Tide eleven which won a 24-O decision over Washing-  ,RE    
ton State in the Pasadiena classic .   Remained at Al-
abama as an assistant or one year a ter graduating . . . /
Then gui becamle headhfootball coach at the Blythe-      
ville, r ansas, igh sc ool . . . His teams went unde-
K feated for three seasons and then Laslie went to V.M.I.    
as line coach . . . From the Lexington, Va., school, Las-
lie entered the Navy . . . While in the Navy, he coach-
ed the North Carolina Pre-Flight eleven . . . Released !
to inactive duty after three years service with the rank |
} of Lieutenant Commander . . . Joined Bryant at Mary- °
Q land a few days before the 1945 season opened and ! |
moved to the Bluegrass State with him in 1946 . . . i
Specializes in coaching tackles at Kentucky . . . Mar- c
ried and has a twelve-year-old daughter. Q I
. •
FRANK MOSELEY . . . A native of Montgomery, Ala- i
gama . . . Quarterbacked the Tide elevens in ’31, ’32 -
and ’33 . . . Played two seasons on the same Alabama I
teams as Laslie . . . Came to Kentucky in 1934 and Y
served as backfield coachhunder Chit Wynne and Ab , ,
Kirwan . . . Entered the 'avy in ’ 2 . . . Served as W   D S
gunnery officer aboard the aircraft carrier Lexington ]—      
with the rank of Lieutenant Cornmander . . . A veter-
an of practically every battle in the Pacific . . .Was
with Bryant at Maryland and became his backfield Corner Main and Lime
coach at Kentucky in 1946 . . . Married and has two-
year-old son . . . Called “Mose” by many, but “Bully"
or “Chesty" by his old capstone acquaintances.  
TED D. OSBORN . . . Is the latest addition to the Ken-
tucky staff, arriving in 1948 from Akron Central High
School, Akron, Ohio, where he had been head basket- For the
ball and footbalbcoach fir 12 yearsg . . . Osborn was
graduated from hio Wes eyan in 1 31 where he star-
red as a halfback for three seasons . . . Following his      
graduation, Osborn went to Ohio State in 1933 as a
freshman coach . . . Served during the war as a Lieu- In town
tenant in the Navy.
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JOE ATKINSON . . . Was a star guard with Vander- g‘*i`%§
bilt from ’39 to ’41 . . . Bryant coached Atkinson in Y.   ,.¢__ § 3
’4-0 and ’41 when he was line coach at Vandy . . . Joe      ”?*`  ,  
captained the ’41 Commodore eleven . . . Entered the ;,,§r.`§ ,  Ii    
Navy after graduation in ’42 . . . Served 46 months . .   -_-_ _’   §  
Skippered a PT . . . Came to Kentucky immediately 5;;;   ’$" §  
after his discharge in March, 1946 . . . Handles the __ §Ej%f&P.‘i¥2?§? I 9 §  
guards . . . A native of Lebanon, Tennessee . . . Mar- [ M (‘?Q_:’§§§§$` II 5  
md- °-‘“ ii    is  
[ CLARENCE UNDERWOOD . . . A 1938 Marshall Col- .   __ [  
lege graduate where he was a varsity guard for three If`} " ‘ ··-»  
years . . . Joined Kentucky’s staff early last year . . . ,_//   -..._ if \
Coached at Beckley, West Virginia, high school from  
{ 1938-43 . . . Served three years in the Navy as a Lieu- J é, ’
tenant . . . Married and the father of two children. /
ERMAL ALLEN . . . Joined the Kentucky coaching 4 /{ _
staff after being ruled ineligible after two games in ssaegmmh
the 1946 season in one of the Southeastern Confer- _ _
ence’s most controversial cases . . . Allen played a LEXINGTON S NEXVEST FASHION
year of pro-ball with the Cleveland Browns in 1947 as A .
§ Paul Brown’s T-quarterback . . . His thorough know- L· NDBIARK
Q ledge of the T-formation makes him key man on the F .
`i Igentuclglyl Egaching staff . . . Married and is the father catufmg
~ o two i en.
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The Wildcats’ 1949 Schedule
Date Opponent Ky. Site
l Sept. 17 Mississippi Southern 7 71 Lexington, Ky. (N)
Sept. 24 °‘Louisiana State University O 19 Baton Rouge, La. (N)
Oct. 1 °°University of Mississippi 0 47 Oxford, Miss.
Oct. 8 °‘°’University of Georgia O 25 Lexington, Ky. (N-HC)
Oct. 15 Tl1e Citadel O 44 Lexington, Ky. (N)
, Oct. 22 Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas
l Oct. 29 University of Cincinnati Lexington, Ky. (D)
I Nov. 5 Xavier (Ohio) University Cincinnati, Ohio
< Nov. 12 °‘°University of Florida Tampa, Fla. (N)
l Nov. 19 °‘University of Tennessee Lexington, Ky.
I Nov. 25 Miami (Fla.) University Miami, Fla. (N-FRI.)
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i A portion of the membership of the Lexington Salesmerfs Club interrupt their promotional activities on behalf of
the University long enough for the photographer to catch this informal group picture. Shown in the usual order, front
  row, are: Gene Patterson, G. E. Stanfill, Chas. Wise, Dick Reddick. Ben Patterson, George Metcalfe, and Ed Abraham.
_ In the second row, from left to right, are Bob Bradley. Thurmond Measel, William Grall, Mel Shumaker, M. F. Pra-
ter, Norman Crawford, Gordon Tiedt, Fred Baumann, Chester Meyers, W. H. Endris, James Scully, Andy Willis, W. B.
Hurley. George Horine, Charles Weaver, Charles Thompson, and Richard Skinner. The back row members are Terry
Grissom, Flem Clardy. Wade Manis, Ed Pelz, and Jarnes Mundell.
Absent when the photograph was taken were: A. A. Abraham, Ed Bock, Stanley Cropper, William Curry, Ellery `
Chase, W. R. Campbell, Jack Denny, George Daniels, D. T. Davis, L. L. Dickstein, Tom Dewhurst, Russell Evans, H. T.
Gibson, W. J. Harris, Ed Hunger, Jim King, Joe Johnson, N. L. Krieger, Ed Miller, Dick Page, Dick Queen, O. T. Rob-
inson, A. P. Royster, R. E. Scofield, A. C. Stagg, H. V. Staton, George Wellinghurst, Glenwood VVebb, C. V. Cowgill,
A. D. Dorton and Phil Weissinger.
UNIVERSITY OF KEN'I`IQCI{Y
E OFFICE OF PRESIDENT
One step in the l`ar-reaching master plan to bring national football recognition to the liniversity of Kentucky
is the necessity of increasing thc patronage at the gridiron events to such an extent that inajor teains ol` the coun-
i try may be prolitalily brought to Lexington as the foes of the Wrildeats.
Full achievement of this goal was brought one step nearer to reality this year with the aid of the Lexington
Salesinenis Club. This public-spiritetl organization of business inen. at the request of [iniversity authorities, un-
rlertook the task of promoting the sale of season tickets throughout Eastern and Central Kentucky and it was
trcmcntlously successful in its efforts to fill the newly·enlargc¢l starlium.
\Vhile not all ol` the 35,000 available seats were soltl on a season basis. the nieinbers of the Lexington Sales-
lllL‘ll’5 Club deserve the sincere thanks of the University of Kentucky for their splendid eo-operation in selling a
major portion of the season tickets. It is only through the voluntary public service ol` such noteworthy civic organ-
izations that citizens of this great state will be able to witness football of a type that will bring credit to the State
and University.
The University of Kentucky Athletics Association thanks the- Lexington Salcsmen°s Club.
H. I,. DONOVAN
President
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 THUMBNAIL SKETCHES
STEAKS CHICKEN LEFT mms
BEN €A(f'{ANKAJ. . . 6-3 . . 6185 . . . 21 . . . East Chi-
T cago n . . . . unior . . . ne of the Wilde ts’ b t
    passfreceivgrsé . . Expected to be starting left flarfli-
man . . . ll- tate end in high school and considered
good nomination for All-Southeastern-Conference hon-
    ors this season . . . Slugging centerfielder on Ken-
tucky’s successful 1949 b·aseball team, hitting at clip
V of better than .400 for the season . . . Made the NCAA
    District III All-Tournament team . . . Plans career in
` pro football or baseball following graduation.
NICK ODLIVAK. ..6... 190...23...Ali-
I quippa Pa. . . . Junior . . . Has played virtually every
‘ position on the Kentucky grid team as a reserve ....
1 l i 8 I j I ] Switched to end last season .... Expected to hit stride
this season and stands good chance of garnering start-
` · ing berth .... As a freshman, he hitch-hiked to Geor-
gia game at Athens after being left off the travelling
, , squad and played more than half of the contest as
Dancing   Kentucky’s quarterback.
JERRY CLAIBORNE . . . 5-10 . . . 170 . . . 21 . . .
Hopkinsville, Ky. . . . Junior . . . Living proof that
VU- h   the old adage that "bra1ns and brawn don’t mix” ain’t _
Inc ester one necessarily so . . . Consistently makes all-A standings
and majors in mathematics . . . He’s small but pos-
Road   sesses great competitive spirit . . . Switched from block-
ing back to end last year, he°s sure to see plenty of ac-
tion in a first·line reserve role.
  JOHNNETOSKIE...6...185...19...New V
~_ Kensington, Pa. . . . Sophomore . . . A newcomer show-
` lenty of promise of developing into a great end. .
NO     Elgpgctcd to be used primarilv in relief roles this sea-
son to gain experience . . . Has determination to play
  and is good pass-receiver.
 
LEFT TACKLES
BOB GAIN . . . 6-3 . . . 225 . . . 20 . .’. \Veirton, W.
  Va .··. Junior · · - One of the Scrubs outstanding
nominees for All-American honors . . . Garnered hon-
orable mention on All-American teams selected by As-
sociated Press, United Press and Collier’s last season . .
      u. The same magazine named him on its All-Southern
q d . . . Wa on the SEC’s All-Freshman squad his
firlsil season at Kentucky . . . Voted by SEC coaches as
a lineman “most likely to succeed” in 1949 .... .
cc _ ” Named “Player of the Week" by Atlanta Journal fol-
I COI]/ITCICIOTS & BlLlI(l€t‘S lowing brilliant play in Tennessee-Kentucky game at
1 end of last season . . . Missed SEC first-string selection
» by scant margin . . . Despite size. the former West Vir-
E ginia All-Stater is one of the Wildcats’ fastest and
l most agile lineman . . . Possesses all physical and men-
’ . tal qualities to be great player and should reach new
heights this year.
BOB POPE...6-2...215 . .