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Excellence in 1991, and the Libraries’ with recognition in two categories, and The council also approved a master`s
· Appalachian Collection was rranred lor Richard Neill `SG, associate prolessor ol` degree in gerontology sponsored by
him in 199(). · l`anrily practice, with recognition in one Sarrders-Browrr Center on Aging in the
Over the next six to eight months, the category. UK Medical Center. The new degree will
stall will arrange and inventory the mater- The college also honored community locus on issues related to health, econom-
ial, which will then be made available to physicians lor contributing to the clinical ics and social adaptation.
the prrblic. “It’s ajoy to do,” Suchanek said. education of UK medical students. They Other programs approved:
“Every box is like a treasure lrunt.” included Kimberly Stewart `85 of • A new masters degree encompassing
Morehead. voluntaryassociate professor ot` electrical, civil, manulacturing systems and
emergencyrrredicirre,ArrtlrorryStrrrrrbo  mining engineering in the College ol`
° ol` Prestonsburg, voluntary assistant rro- Engineering.
Med Alunlnl I-!—§[;g:;iding lessor ol` internal medicine, and ]k>hn • A bachelor of science degree in agri-
the Universit`, O2- F rrrcolow `89 ol Raintsville, volrrntary assis- cultural bioteclrrrology in the College ol
J   Kentucky Coilggg tant professor ol preventive rrredrcrrre and Agriculture. ·
  ·   Of Medicmg full enwronmental health. Stewart also won a • A rratrrral resource corrservatrorr and
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Emery A_ W]/Son torian Thomas approved the lirst historical preservatimr im l“$$"°;**l°` T} i*l’l°%‘f“(% Sclellcil d°'£¥*`(`_l"‘
Clark and retired graduate degree program in the state and rs lm? ttyl wx W uc I Wis gl‘mt(J( Pl Ot
College ol` Medicine prolessor ol` belrav- six other new edrrcation progranrs lor UK Status In UM bl? the COUNCIL
ioral science, Robert Straus, who recently and two ol` its community colleges.
published A Medical School Is Born, a his- The new historical preservation degree. ,
tory ol` the UK College ol` Medicine. The adrnirristered by UK`s College ol`   Wlns AW¤rd
discussion was moderated by Emery A. Architecture, was designed to rrreet proles- \VUKY. UK`s prrblic radio station has
\Vilson `G8, dean ol` the College ol sional needs ot goverrrrnerrt agencies, pri- received a first-place award in the l99G
Medicine. vate organizations and lirms involved with Corporation lor Public Broadcasting Local
Several alumni were lrorrored at the preservation ol` the state`s architectural Radio Development Awards.
Sept. 9 program with a The station took top
Master Teacher ' ’ ,· » honors in the Special
Award. Shawn Caudill V A` Events/Prornotion catego-
`SS, associate prolessor ry with its on-air. print,
ol` internal medicine, V poster. specialty advertis-
received the award A ‘ ., e.  ' (Vix? ing. and press release
with recogrritiorr in all if » I  r lg l rrraterials relating to the
live perlormance cate- i   Fi¤·     -   M  aé i 1995 edition ol` Blues,
gories; Christopher _ M   ' " " .  »}f""*··j.L_ Brews. & Barbecue. The
Montgomery `85, asso- : li In ·     arrrmal sunrrner event is
ciate prolessorol`anes- . _ _     co-produced by \\'UKY
thesiology, with l‘GC()g’- at ir   l and Lexington`s Liquor
_ rritiorr in l`our cate- · iz- Barn stores to raise lrmds
  gories; Carol Elarn `9(). l lor purchasing programs.
t adjunct assistant pro- ‘ , \\’UKY, like other prrblic
l lessor ol` behavioral . radio and television broad-
science and assistant ' casters. operate on private
dean lor admissions. dorratiorrs and prrblic
with recognition in grants instead ol` advertis-
three categories; Lon The UK Hospital is a major component in the clinical education of students. ing reverrue..
  Wmrrsrr 1996 Kr·:xrr‘<:r_l>s¢<¤¤sS sl%gil>l¤»” ws  
ln Octolier UK Athletics director C.M. Repeat...that’s what is on the minds of IIIIII0 Padgett IS. OII QICIITGIIIIC PIIOI?at{OI] °
Newton, with the support of the athletics Kentucky fans and players alike. The drive EIIIII IIIG CIIEI VIII ITG , IQII liemlestehp {ut
association hoard of directors, notified to win a second national championship an HOW; II$IWf MTI ( out mi} )€ {IQ gI'I( ?S’
coach Bill (Iurry and his staff that their achievement that has not hecn accom- {fm (0,IIt 1°*‘§’_*"* g2§IIIG',‘IH{gitt li Ile
terrnrc at the head of UK’s loothall pro- plished at UK since the successive titles of `IIIQ PLIWQI IQIWQN We IG USG?   I€I€’
gram was over. lt)48 and 1949, is alive and well in the iII€IIIIIC  IIOOI€I_2ln$IkI_g9Od Passilz 1_ I
The rnitl-scasen firing was a highly \rVildcatcamp. I“'“““ M**¥I"‘1°’“l}“"SY‘1’“’ IIS “gI"
unusual rnoye, hrrt one Newton felt was “As a matter of fact," says coach Rick IY IIIIHQFI_I€PututI°II‘ HQ IS PI€IYIIIg_ImI$
necessary given the rrratlrerrratical irnpossi- Pitino, “you get more hungry. It’s like and I€iIIIIIIIg the iy5tCIII amd (Igmg IIS W6
hility of the I9$)(i tearrr posting a wirurirrg when you go to a great restaurant again   {III); II;GS{III_IuII`{ VG G\FII_IIa(I’_ TIIIIIEIQIIIS
record and increasing pressure frorrr a dis- heeause it was such a wonderful experi- IItIII(I' IO MTIII {lhek klIIglTb’ mt IGS H
satisfied cnnurrgcrrt of fans and alnrnni. ence. Well, once you experience the Final tl€';I_°“({.°I_IS_SIM °  GI er We um °°“"t
The game following the move, the Four and the national championship, "“j“?‘1"_'_"“"""‘S· 1 _ 1
\rV i I tl c at s you’d like to do everything you can to get 1 I. II _   IIT Tam QIII gm   Obi tO_ me
-»-S , heat Georgia hack hecause it`s such a weekend filled (G GIISC O IM y€°II’ WG C°III 6 Im Y
    2 4 - I T . witlrexciternent and great Jride." good
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S "` ·` if _ , QI Senior free The \ViIdcats open the season squarely
  or   safety Van in the Top Ten with the return of an expe-
    llilcs said, rienced outside game and a mix ofold and Tec"`]   For COUI"I‘ I
w “It`s too had new inside. But, with four players gone Teamwork among five players with I
this winning who were drafted hy the National experience and five newcomers is the _
» happened Basketball Association,
ifi —   y .` ~ \\ too late. The theres delinitclysorne shoes
!·#*="» 7° ·»` offense and to fill,  
i""*I‘I defense and "No douht ahout it,   ,’·. { , L ·
[ kicking game though," says Pitino, “this is ) *‘  
~ finally all really going to he a fun team °I     _ '”*j’   _
showed up towatch." Part ofthe coach`s ,_ 7   S   I `? ~
V for the whole errtlursiasm comes from the __ ,’ _   {   T {gsi  
COGC}, Bi//Y Curry game. Its the tandem ol Derek Anderson ` S` L I   il'.
first time and Ron Mercer. The skill,   " 3   A     S5;  ~  .
since It)93. A lot of players on this team atlileticism and on—court_]oy I II A I ,  'I S  .
loye him dearly." of these two pals is conta- ` p   S jg   ‘·    
In honor ofthe coaclrirrg staff, the play- gious. "Rons practices have _ I - ’`'l   M I
ers renroyed the K ernlrlem from the right hecn astounding this year," I ,,.. if illll _ f   af
side of their Irclrnets. "\\Ie felt like since says the coach. "I~Ie and y   h ` I e     I
they took one of our soldiers away. we I).A. (Anderson) are very   _ I ,.
ought to take the K away," said llilcs who close; they Iced off of each ’ I . 
presented the idea to his tearnrnates. "I other." ‘ »   . 
told the guys on defense when they get This year players like   , § L ifi
down and don`t think they can go, rnh your Anderson and Mercer will A  ‘ s ‘ . ,, I
helmet. realize its not there anymore. see their rnirnrtcs go up.   I
These peoples tcoaclresl Iiyes are elranged "(Ioach has already told us   ,,,` im; A é
Irecause of ns. I told coach, `you didn`t let we don`t get hut ll second VI  in ’· _ _ y
usdown;yorr`rcawinnerin nryhook til the hreatlrers," said Anderson  i_    Te, rt! I (
day I die`." who (prickly added, "lnrt .;  It §,` I Z Ah-} N ~ II .
Iliring a new head footl>all coach will thats ok. me and Hon are I Il · :-I . ,
prolinhly conclude in early Decernher. ready." fx-·# X  _. ·V A     ~  
Newton and an advisory eonrrnittee haye lt is the power forward PI _   `III``   C  h _ k __  EI II _
rrarrowed the field for interyiews. Look up position where Kentucky Oy II OgCIIII’ gu)/S` OGC RIC PIIIIIO Sgnds OUI SIQIICIIS
tlre UK \Irrrrrrri ;\ssociation`s weh page at will ruiss last years talent {mm IIIG bench GS AI Edwards' OIIVGI Sfmmons Gnd Nczr
Irttp:fUwwwuky.edu/.·\lumni and select and experience most. "\\Ie M<>h¤mm€¢’ Gppfcudfhe ¤CI'O"·
.\tIrIeties frorn the rru·rnr lor details. won`t he yery good until `_PhOfO by Dcvld COYI€
ti K|·1\‘i‘U(ik\‘ .~\l.t*x|\Us Wuvugn 1996

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i ingredient coach Bernadette    Q action at the guard A-.·  
{ Mattox is counting on to   position are junior ` V ·I  .
improve upon last seasons __   college transfer   2
record of` 8-1.9. . *  4* •‘ Nikki Hav of , .
“ _   r V Jr * ,.
The coaching staif, b ·£!€ Henderson by way  r A
says Mattox, "is very   i of Northeastern " pt?}
pleased with the entlrusi- ° L   `I Oklahoma ]unior ‘  _ -_1·_
asm and work ethic the vet- Q ' ' V College and fresh-   V j   · •’ ·
erans brought back this year. It     man Natalie Martinez, ' _ _ ,   ·, V,  /•
is also evident that the freshmen   a tlrree-tirne all-state ,     Y { )
are helping to elevate the veterans in player from Albuquerque, V K] 7 /` ` l'
practice? N.M. Other additions include Q 4 ~  
The returning veterans include three {reshman forward Patrice Boyd ol` , · _ " _ K  J
starters from last season. lunior forward Brownsville, Tenn., and in-state  p *3
Shaunda Roberts (17.8 ppg, 7.1 rpg) and players f`reslrrnan center Katie , Q`
junror center Kim Dinkrns (15.4 ppg, 9.1 Vietlr of Covington and freshman l I , V
rpg and second—tearn All-SEC) return as guard/forward Robyn Embry of ' I C ‘_
the two top scorers. Sophomore Shawn Richmond. Embry will miss —
l\/Ianning (6.3 ppg, 4.0 rpg) also returns about three weeks of practice due   } ~
· from last years prior starting lineup. Also to a stress iraeture in her heel. .
returning are soplronrore guard T illany Twenty-one of the womens 28 `K
\Vait (11.1 ppg, 1.7 rpg) and junior forward regular games will be broadcast °
Vorrda ]ackson (3.5 ppg, 2.7 rpg). on W LAP SportsRadio 630-AM Coach Bernadette Mattox explains a p/ay to return-
Newcomers who may see immediate with play-by-play by Dave Shore. lng SYGFTGF $h¤U¤d¤ R0b€*fi$.
1996-97 15 INDIANA 2:()0 FEBRUARY
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 22 SW MISSOURI STATE (TV) 4:15 2 AUBURN 2:()()
Date Opponent °Ti1rre 29 at Villanova Tourn. 5 at Eastem Kentucky 7:30
NOVEMBER UK vs. Alaska-Anchorage 2:0() 8 GEORGIA 7:()()
15 LITHUANIA (EXH) 7:00 Fairfield vs. Villanova 4:00 13 FLORIDA 7:00
22 at VV Michigan Toum. 30 C0nsolation/Championship Noon/2:()() 16 at Mississipi State (TV) 3:()0
UK vs. Michigan 6:00 JANUARY 18 at Louisvil e 7:30
NE Illinois vs. \V. Michigan 8:0() 2 at Ole Miss 8:()0 22 SOUTH CAROLINA 7:00
23 Ganrc Three/Game Four 2:00/4:00 5 at LSU 3:()() 28 to SEC Tournament (Chattanooga)
27 MICHIGAN STATE 7:0() 8 VANDERBILT 7:00 TBA
30 at Dayton 2:00 12 at Tennessee 2:00 March 3
DECEMBER I4 WESTERN KENTUCKY 7:()()
4 at Ohio State 7:30 22 Alabama 5:3()
7 at Toledo 7:()() 25 at Arkansas 3:00 °All times ET and subject to change; home
13 MIAMI (OHIO) 7:()0 29 at South Carolina 7:()() garrres in all caps.
1996-97 21 at Georgia Tech (ESPN) 7:30 4 at South Carolina (ESPN) 9:30
MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 23 UNC ASHEVILLE (UK-L) 8:00 6 WESTERN CAROLINA (UK-1)) 7:30
DateOpponent °T11I1C 28 Ohio St. - (UK-L) (Cleveland) 7:()() 9 VILLAN()VA (CBS) 3:00
NOVEMBER 31 at Louisville (ESPN2) 4:30 I2 LSU (_|P) 8:00
4 ATI-ILETES IN ACTION 7:3() JANUARY 15 FLORIDA (]P) 4:00
15 Clemson - BCA (ESPN) (Incl.) 9:00 4 TENNESSEE (]P) 1:30/4:00 19 at Alabama (]I’) 8:00
20 AUSTRALIA NATL (Exlr.-UK-L) 8:()() 7 MISSISSIPPI STATE (ESPN) 9:30 22 at Vanderbilt (]P) 3:00
27-30 (VVed.-Sat,) Great Alaska 9 CANISIUS (UK-D) 7:30 25 at Tennessee (ESPN) 9:30
Shootout 11 at Ole Miss (ABC) 1:0() MARCH
28 (Thurs.) Syracuse (ESPN) 9:00 14 at Georgia (ESPN) 9:30 2 SOUTH CAROLINA (CBS) Noon
DECEMBER 18 AUBURN (]P) 3:00 6-9 SEC '1`ournament (Memphis) TBA
3 Purdue - Great 8 (ESPN) 22 Vanderbilt (UK-1)) (Cincinnati) 7:30
(Chicago) 9:30 26 at Arkansas (CBS) 2:30
7 Indiana (ESPN) (Louisville) 7:()0 29 at Florida (UK-D) 7:()() °All times ET and subject to change; lronre
9 VV RIGHT STATE (UK-L) 8:00 FEBRUARY games in all caps
14 NOTRE DAME (UK-L) 8:0() I GEORGIA (]I’) 3:00
Wmrnrr 1996 Kr·:x’r`r:<:r \\']y|‘{·j]{ ]Q9($

          
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    cess with big monev and big cities," Then Hardin met
    Mike Duncan I4, who rocked Hardin s dreams with a
  =  . -.g’ {   W  V'_q14l»    I .  fx simple question. Had she ever considered returning to
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  .;. . ._=. ,      ··~,g`i? and he was a living example that the smart and ambi-
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Duncan im2c.s{.s time in inllting zuilh interns abou! [heir
mree»· plans. He rlvsm·iIm.s {he izmwn progmm as "cii:i(· _ _
r·r1pifr1Hmi{dingthat has long-{erm xigzri/lcrznce for The BI (/ARIJ NOP FMAl\
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