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    Governor Nunn ...,.................................................................. 6
    President Kirwan .................................................................. 7
WATCH® Athletics Director Lancaster ................................................ 9
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28 gold medals 4** g
’—‘-   Cheerleaders ........................................................................ I2
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I tg   Head Coach Bradshaw .......................................................... I6
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Charlie Bradshaw’s \Vi1dcats make their 1968 debut this bmffmg Smsqn St xlmg mc. ' ( “  bLw,“f mt huimn lf) -
. . , . _ _. .. classmate Phil Thompson in the pass—receivmg department. 1;
ffftcmmm agnmst Dim Dcvmés Mlswuu rhgcm one of 10 The Wildcats list another strong suit in defense, where E 
foes on what many experts call the toughest football sched- Sguim ICH vim Note Amd junior Dick Pwlmcr form (mv of _ 
1119 m the mmom , . the best end combinations in the South. The interior line is , 
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.i ’ . ,, Doyle Tung, Marty ]oyce and Mike Boulware while prom- .
» tuck- Old Milmu battle' . . ising sophomore Dave Roller battles junior Steve 1(oon for T
1 That was in 1965, when the \V11dcats upset the T1gers, [hc nose Ubud Osimm »
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V~ Larry Seiple pass and sterling `Wildcat defensive work, set ` pC_uy` Shrlhid ig {Tick for his gecmll \_V;'u,` it liV1`(_lN(_kCr `._ 
the tque if fl ima SCVSSOH r_(6_?i) .f1Of Bmqsimlv S _f,?§C€S' _ with sophs \Vi1bur Hackett and Frank Bucks battling for a i 
Missouri also fared well, nisnng witi a 7 - 1 season _t, _t, U 1 vth .
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The big defensive effort of the \Vi1dcat-Tiger battle came “,Olf Kmmv `\VO0d [md` Bob Frcibcét ` ` `  
in the fourth quarter, after the Tigers had advanced to the hi. .· . ’ ° _. _ ` _ ._ _ V 1:
. . . issouri will counter with sonic established regulars ;.
three-yard line behind the fine running of ]ohnny Roland A d I .,1] vt bl . . _ _ ll_Y_ t__   .
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Roland plunged into touchdown territory, but Ixentuckys do ih Hut Wis hckiun Int Vmr P  
Mike McGraw came up with the ball in the end zone. I . ` ` ` °’ " l ` ;. · . 1
V V . _ ]lll11OI` jon Staggers and rookie fullback ]ames Harrison, j
Heroes of that game have departed collegiate ranks, but ll 040- muudcr Should {mmm the Ti VCI _M_K_k out of thc -
both teams boast a host of name players. ;1€;V afs fomnhon ` ' f’ ` “ Q
Playing his final year as a \Vi1deat is Dieky Lyons, 1967 The \VIiSS(;mi écfcmc Second IMHO Nllv il ,(,- Pt _ _ _ 
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Ameum SCIGCUOR . . . . . ant and ends Elmer Bcnhardt and Bill Schmitt and guard
Lyons has shared tailback duties this fall with Dick Cl;] Guber ` ’ — `  
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inside track at lcujjjmck Calm, playing mmmck lust wagon, 1968 offense could be more versatile, featuring a passing at-
1 was the squad’s leading ground gainer before receiving a tiwk milf lm hou! $Ul’D*U' UW Dim {WO Y<‘€U`$·
knee injury in the LSU game. He can be used as either The \Vi1dcats hope to keep intact their record against
~ fullback or tailback. Big Eight teams. In addition to the 7-(1 victory over Mis-
The quarterback position is a toss-up between letterman souri, they have defeated Oklahoma, 13-7, in the 1951
1 David Bair and sophomore Stan Forston, who was out last Sugar Bowl, and Kansas State, 21-S, in Lexington, 1961. I
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Louie B. Nunn, an architect of impressive changes and progress since his inauguration less than
o year ago as the 56th Governor of Kentucky, believes strongly that self-reliance, pride and courage
are the by»products of intercollegiate athletics.
Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the University of Kentucky, Governor Nunn leads Ken-
tuckians in support of a football program to match the dramatic recent progress which has touched
every part of the UK community.
An avid sportsman and spectator, the Governor’s scarce moments of relaxation during the Fall are I
divided among hunting, fishing and football. I
Governor Nunn’s deep concern for education was reflected in his budget, which contained record I
oppropriations for every level from grade school to vocational schools, colleges and universities.
Governor Nunn, 44, is a native of Barren County. He attended Bowling Green Business Uni-
versity, the University ot Cincinnati and the University of Louisville, where he earned a law degree in
l‘950.
A successful attorney, Governor Nunn has served in both executive and judicial positions. The
third Republican this century to be elected Governor in Kentucky formerly served as o county judge
and city attorney.
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Meet UK’s interim president, Dr. A. D. "Ab" and early ’thirties he returned to his home town
in Kirwan, whose remarkable career has brought a to serve as teacher and coach successively at both
Q6 distinguished teaching influence to both the Louisville Male and Manual High Schools. ln
classroom and the playing field. Also, he is no l93l he was married to Miss Elizabeth Lewis
stranger to administrative problems in either Heil.
n- sports or academics. Then in l938, "Ab" Kirwan came back to his
Ed ln l947, Dr. Kirwan was named dean of men alma mater as head football coach, and in his I
at UK, and in l959 was asked to serve as dean six seasons as the second Kentucky graduate
‘ of the Graduate School, After several years in ever to hold the coaching job the Wildcats com~ .
rpg l each of these posts he requested to be relieved piled a record of 24 wins, 28 losses and four
I of his administrative duties so that he could de- ties. `
vote full time to his favored profession—teaching He quit the gridiron voluntarily early in l945
·VCl and studying history. to teach in the University's Department of i
He received his AB. degree from UK in l926, History. ,
l a master’s degree from the University of Louis· Dr. Kirwan is widely recognized for his work in
""‘ ville in l944 and was awarded the doctorate by Civil War history. ’
lm Duke University in l947. He also holds an Dr. Kirwan has held numerous positions in 3
L.L.B. degree from the Jefferson School of Law. both the Southeastern Conference and the _
During his student days at UK, Dr. Kirwan NCAA, serving as chairman of the lnfractions  
he was an outstanding athlete doubling as a half- Committee of the NCAA, and as a member of l
QE back and end, and captained the Wildcat foot- the Executive Committee of the Southeastern ,
ball squad in his senior year. ln the late 'twenties Conference.  

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$5.5 million WHAS building. But when the Wildcats take to the field, WHAS
goes into action. Using its new and sophisticated equipment, powerful 50,000-
watt signal and experienced technicians, WHAS will carry the thrill and ex-
citement of every play clearer than ever before. And WHAS Sports Director
Cawood Ledford will describe all the action with Jack Koch providing the color.
For the best in U of K Football, tune the GOING SOUND of SPORTS on WHAS
840 Radio. All games are sponsored by TEXACO and EAST KENTUCKY
Rural Electric Co-operatives. Also hear Cawood with opponents' records, his-
tories and rivalries in the ten-minute Preview sponsored by JERRY’S Drive-In
Restaurants and stay tuned for the five minute POST GAME SCOREBOARD
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The appointment of Harry C. Lancaster as act- while carrying on teaching duties and studying
ing director of athletics of the University of Ken- for a master's degree.  
tucky effective Sept. l, was hailed in athletic, The dual duties, plus extra studies, were sec- i
academic, alumni and lay circles as a most ap- ond nature to Lancaster, who had served as as-
propriate move, as well as a just and fitting sistant football and basketball coach at George-
recognition and reward for a person who has town College (l932-33) and Paris High School
given more than a quarter century of dedicated (l933-34), head basketball coach at Bagdad
service to the University. High School (l934-36) and principal and coach
Furthermore, there was no doubt that Lan- at Gleneyrie High school (l936—42) and physical
caster was fully capable of filling the vacancy education instructor at UK in l942. He was to
left by the death Dec. lO, l967 of Bernie A. carry on that trend of carrying extra loads, serv- A
Shively. ing as Ul<’s baseball coach for l7 seasons prior
Lancaster picked up the reins of administra- to relinauishing the post following the l965 ‘
tive leadership with ease, thanks to the respect campaign and teaching a physical education
of colleagues, players, associates and persons class during the past l8 years. .
with whom he has come in contact during a Basketball was his forte, however, and he be- l
varied and productive career of coaching and came recognized as one of the game’s master i
teaching. In fact, the appointment gave him an strategists and designer of offenses and defenses
opportunity to expand beyond his nationally to fit certain situations, ln addition to coaching
known role of assistant to basketball's winning- Rupp’s freshman teams, he has always been at
est coach Adolph Rupp. the side of the "baron" during the heat of battle.
The Rupp-Lancaster association, begun after ln his own right, Lancaster has traveled exten-
the latter was discharged from the U.S. Navy as sively and received a signal honor when he was ·
a lieutenant (sg.) in l946, has been one of mu- invited to prepare the Greek National Basketball {
tual respect and harmony. Rupp made Lancas- Team for the l968 Olympics. A six-week tour in `
ter a full assistant in l948. During the two pre- Athens was cancelled when Lancaster was asked i 
vious years, the youthful Navy veteran had to stay home and serve as acting athletics chief · 
busied himself by serving as part—time assistant of staff.  
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ATHLETICS AT KENTUCKY  
Kentucky's athletic program, a well—balanced development of one of the nation’s top athletic  
and ambitious activity featuring inter-collegiate programs is Acting Athletic Director Harry C.
competition in ten different sports, is organized Lancaster.
under the Department of Athletics and a cor- The Association’s Board of Directors is com-
poration known as the University of Kentucky posed ofthe following:
Athletics Association.
The program is conducted without overempha- Chairman (President)
sis or sacrifice of educational objectives and in Vice Chairman (V.-P. Stu. Affairs)
strict compliance with the rules of the University, Dr. W. L. Matthews, Jr., Secretary
the Southeaster