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FRONT COVERClassy Phil Johnson, 6-6 Wildcat pivotman, executes a turnaround layup shot despite the objection of Minnesota's outstanding sophomore center Ron Johnson (number 34). The action came in the consolation game, won by Kentucky, 78 to 58, of the recent U.K. Invitational.
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5:15 P.M. "Report on Sports" with Dave Martin 10:15 P.M. "Kentuckiana Sports" with Cawood Ledford SEATED L to R- Head Coach Adolph Rupp, Harold Ross, Bill Cassady, E. A. Couch, Adrian Smith, Lincoln Collinsworth, John Cnglcr Earl Adkins Assr Coach Harry Lancaster. STANDING, L to R: Asst. Freshman Coach Bill Wireman, Vernon Hatton Johnny Cox, D,ck Howe, Phil Johnson, Ed Beck, Don Mills, Bill Smith, Manager Jay Atkerson. Lowell Hughes absent when picture was taken.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ROSTER
No.
00 4 10 12 14 20 22 24 32 34 40 44 50 52 54
Name
Pos.
Clas
Bill Smith (f) ........ Sr.
Harold Ross (g) Sr.
Lincoln Collinsworth (g) ................Sr.
Bill Cassady (f-g) Sr.
Phil Johnson (f-c) Jr.
Dick Howe (c-f) .........Jr.
E. A. Couch (g) Soph.
Johnny Cox (f) Jr.
John Crigler (f-g) Sr.
Ed Beck (c) Sr.
Earl Adkins (g) .. Sr.
Lowell Hughes (g) ..............Soph.
Adrian Smith (g) Sr.
Vernon Hatton (g) .......................Sr.
Don Mills (c) ..............Sop'i.
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20 20 20
20
21 20
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20 20 20 23
18
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6'5" 6'2" 6'3" 6'2" 6'6" 6'5" 6'
6'4"
6'3"
67"
6'4"
6'
6'
6'3" 67"
Wt.
Hometown
203 Walton, Ky
180 Hickman, Ky
185 Salyersville, Ky
191 Inez, Ky
190 Lexington, Ky
208 Carbondale, III
180 Carr Creek, Ky
185 Hazard, Ky
180 .................................... Hebron, Ky
188 Ft. Valley, Ga
180 Ashland, Ky
175 ........................ Prestonsburg, Ky
178 .................................... Farmington, Ky
188 ....................................... Lexington, Ky
190 Berea, Ky
COACHAdolph Rupp (27 yrs.won 561, lost 97) ASSISTANT COACHESHarry Lancaster and Bill Wireman STUDENT MANAGERJay Atkerson KENTUCKY BASKETBALL
1 9 5 7 UK Opp.
Dec.   2 Duke (H) ........................ 78 74
Dec.   4  Ohio State (A) .................. 61 54
Dec.    7  Temple (H) ......................*85 83
Dec.    9  Maryland (A) .................. 62 71
Dec. 14 St. Louis (A) .................... 73 60
Dec. 16 S.M.U. (A)........................ 64 65
UK Invitational Tournament
Dec. 20  West Virginia ....... ............ 70 77
Dec. 21 Minnesota ........................ 78 58
Dec. 23  Utah State (H).................. 92 64
Dec. 30  Loyola (Chicago) (H) ........ 75 42
* Three overtimes.
AND RESULTS  1957-58
19 5 8
Jan.    4  Georgia Tech.......................... Home
Jan.    6  Vanderbilt .............................. Away
Jan.  1 1  L.S.U..................................... Home
Jan.  13  Tulane....................................Home
Jan.  18  Tennessee .............................. Home
Jan. 27  Georgia Tech .......................... Away
Jan. 29  Georgia .................................. Away
Jan. 31  Florida .................................... Away
Feb.    8  Mississippi..............................Home
Feb.  10  Mississippi State .................... Home
Feb.  14Loyola (Chicago) .................... Away
Feb. 17  Vanderbilt.............................. Home
Feb. 22  Alabama ................................ Away
Feb. 24  Auburn .................................. Away
Mar.   1  Tennessee .............................. Away
8 FRONT ROW (left to right)Bud Blemker, Gory Phillips, Jim Johnson, Terry Randall, Ham Stith. SECOND ROW (left to right)Earl Shell, Sam Nunn, John Mansfield, Glenn Fierst, Frank Inman. THIRD ROW (left to right)George Inman, Fred Craig, Jerry Meyer, Jim Riley and Dave Denton.
GEORGIA TECH ROSTER
No. Name Pos. Class Age Ht. Wf.
22 Terry Randall (g) Jr. 20 5'10" 165
23 Bud Blemker (g) .................... Jr. 23 5'10" 181
25 Ham Stith (f-g) .. Jr. 21 6'5" 200
31 Sam Nunn (g) ................................... Soph. 19 5'10" 160
32 George Inman (f) Soph. 19 6'3" 179
40 Gary Phillips (f) Sr. 22 6'T' 193
41 Dave Denton (f-g) Soph. 19 6'3" 180
42 Curt Bryant (f) ................... Soph. 19 6'5" 186
45 Jerry Meyer (f) ............. Soph. 18 6'2" 178
50 Frank Inman (c) Soph. 20 6'6W 210
51 Jim Johnson (f-c) Sr. 25 6'6" 191 53 Jim Riley (c) Soph. 19 6'8" 193
Ltrs. Hometown
1 .................................... Columbia, Ky.
1 .............................. Huntingburg, Ind.
1 .................................. East Point, Ga.
0.......................................... Perry, Ga.
0.............................. Memphis, Tenn.
3........................................ Jasper, Ind.
0............................ Bowling Green, Ky.
0.................................... Louisville, Ky.
0.................................... Atlanta, Ga.
0................................ Memphis, Tenn.
2...................................... Conyers, Ga.
0 Russellville, Ky.
COACHJohn C. (Whack) Hyder TRI-CAPTAINSTerry Randall, Gary Phillips and Jim Johnson
9 ADOLPH FREDERICK RUPPWhen the sport of basketball is mentioned today, a direct chain of thought eventually brings out the name of one man who has become virtually synonymous with the game over the past quarter-centuryAdolph Rupp of Kentucky.
Such unprecedented recognition for the fabulous cage mentor is only natural since his deeds in the past 27 years as head man of the famous Wildcats of the Bluegrass have resulted in phenomenal success as witnessed by the record of 561 victories out of 658 startsa winning average of better than 85 percent.
Rupp is recognized by sports authorities as the nation's winningest basketball mentor and one of the game's most astute and colorful students. The amazing "Man in the Brown Suit" is credited in most quarters with doing more than any other modern tutor to make basketball a national spectator sport. From the very outset of his career at Kentucky, which began in 1930, he has introduced or popularized many new and revised trends in the game that have aided ma-
terially in making the country basketball-minded. One such innovation was the controlled fast break offensive pattern which has since become the crowd-pleasing trademark of Wildcat cage teams.
The colorful Kentucky Colonel has become, without a doubt, the best known and most widely quoted cage coach in America and his personal fame is equalled only by the success he has instilled in the highly-publicized Kentucky basketball powerhouses.
The record shows an unparalleled honor roll of 1714 Southeastern Conference titles (one was shared), three NCAA Tournament championships, and a National Invitation Tournament trophy. Added to this list of honors, Rupp's distinguished Wildcats own four titles from the Sugar Bowl Tournament and three triumphs in their own high calibre U.K. Invitational Tournament as well as Olympic Trials collegiate bracket laurels in 1948 and a nominal world's championship through participation as one half of the successful USA entry in the '48 Olympic Games.
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11 GEORGIA TECHS SCORECARD
YELLOW JACKETS	FG	FT	PF	TP
40   Phillips, Gary (f)				
51    Johnson, Jim (f-c)				
50   Inman, Frank (c)				
22   Randall, Terry (g)				
23   Blemker, Bud (g)				
25   Stith, Ham (f-g)				
31    Nunn, Sam (g)				
32   Inman, George (f)				
41    Denton, Dave (f-g)				
42   Bryant, Curt (f)				
45   Meyer, Jerry (f)				
53   Riley, Jim (c)				
				
				
				
				
				
				
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12 KENTUCKY'S SCORECARD
WILDCATS	FG	FT	PF	TP
24   Cox, Johnny (f)				
32   Crigler, John (f-g)				
34   Beck, Ed (c)				
50   Smith, Adrian (g)				
52   Hatton, Vernon (g)				
4   Ross, Harold (g)				
10   Collinsworth, Lincoln (g)				
12   Cassady, Bill (f-g)				
14   Johnson, Phil (f-c)				
20   Howe, Dick (c-f)				
22   Couch, E. A. (g)				
40   Adkins, Earl (g)				
44   Hughes, Lowell (g)				
54   Mills, Don (c)				
00   Smith, Bill (f)				
				
				
				
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Date Opponent Site
Sept. 13  University of Hawaii ...... Louisville*
(at State Fairgrounds)
Sept. 20  Georgia Tech.................. Lexington*
Sept. 27  Mississippi ............................Oxford
Oct.    4  Open date (not to be filled)
Oct. 11Auburn ........................ Lexington*
Oct.  1 8  Louisiana State .......... Baton Rouge*
Oct. 25  Georgia ................................ Athens
Nor.   1  Mississippi State .............. Lexington
Nor.  8  Vanderbilt........................ Lexington
Nov. 15  Xarier .............................. Lexington
Nov. 22  Tennessee ........................ Knoxville
* Night game.
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1957-58 KENTUCKY BASKETBALL STATISTICS
(10 Games  Won 7, Lost 3)
REB.
Name Pos.	G	FGA	FG	PCT.	FTA	FT	PCT.	REB.	AV.	PF	TP	AV.
Hatton, G .....................	..............10	177	74	.418	42	30	.714	61	6.1	17	178	17.8
A. Smith, G ....................	..............10	122	55	.451	65	51	.785	34	3.4	31	161	16.1
Cox, F ...........................	..............10	156	55	.353	44	29	.659	1 19	1 1.9	21	139	13.9
Crigler, F ......................	.............. 9	123	46	.374	26	22	.846	80	8.8	21	1 14	12.6
Johnson, F-C ..................	.............. 9	65	23	.354	20	11	.550	75	8.3	15	57	6.3
Beck, C ..........................	..............10	72	13	.181	15	10	.667	1 1 1	11.1	20	36	3.6
Mills, C ..........................	.............. 7	29	6	.207	12	7	.583	38	5.4	5	19	2.7
	.............. 6	17	7	.412	0	0		5	.8	3	14	2.3
Adkins, G ......................	.............. 5	10	4	.400	3	1	.333	3	.6	8	9	1.8
Hughes, G ......................	.............. 2	9	2	.222	5	4	.800	4	2.0	3	8	4.0
Howe, C-F ......................	.............. 1	3	1	.333	0	0		4	4.0	0	2	2.0
Collinsworth, G .............	.............. 5	2	0	.000	2	1	.500	2	.4	1	1	.2
B. Smith, F ...................	.............. 1	0	0		0	0		0		0	0	
Kentucky Totals ............	..............10	785	286	.364	234	166	.709	540*	54.0	145	738	73.8
Opponent Totals .............	..............10	717	262	.365	195	124	.635	434	43.4	170	648	64.8
* Includes four team rebounds.
INDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME HIGHS
TP Scored FG Scored FT Scored FT Attempted Rebounds
Player
Hatton Hatton A. Smith A. Smith Cox
Opponent
Duke Loyola St. Louis St. Louis Minnesota
Date
Dec. 2 Dec. 30 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 21
Number
26   (FG 10, FT 6) 1 1    (FGA 17) 1 1    (FTA 13) 13    (Made 1 1) 21    (By team 57)
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JOHN CRIGLERSeniorForward Hebron, Ky.
When the nominations are in for the unsung hero of Kentucky's surprising basketball record of last season, the count is sure to give a lot of support to rugged John Crigler.
Actually John was never outstanding in any particular game and admittedly many fans would have difficulty trying to recall that he is the fourth man in the core of starters returning for another season of competition in 1957-58. But he possessed peculiar traits that made him a most valuable member of Baron Adolph Rupp's starting lineup last season and he is being counted on for another fine contribution this
year. Although an erratic scorer, Crig has that great trait of being unruffled by pressure and often comes up with important points when they are needed the most or the going is the toughest for the Wildcats.
Crigler also supplies the steadying influence that every good team needs. Never emotional under the most trying conditions, he helps the club keep its poise.
He contributed 289 points to the Wildcat cause and hauled down 227 rebounds last sea-season while seeing approximately 829 minutes of action in every one of UK's 28 games.
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REVIEW OF 1956-57
(Won 23, Lost 5)
Ky.
Washington & Lee ............................ 94
Miami (Fla.)......................................114
Temple.............................................. 73
St. Louis............................................ 70
Maryland .......................................... 76
Duke ................................................ 84
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Lexington, Ky. Southern Methodist .......................... 73
Illinois .............................................. 91
SUGAR BOWL TOURNAMENT New Orleans, Louisiana
Virginia Tech .................................... 56
Houston ............................................111
Georgia Tech .................................... 95
Loyola (Chicago) .............................. 81
Louisiana State.................................. 51
Tulane .............................................. 60
Opp.
66 75 58 71 55 85
67 70
55 76
72 62 46 68
Ky. Opp.
Tennessee ........................................                                        97 72
Vanderbilt ........................................                                     91 83
Georgia Tech ....................................                                   76 65
Georgia ............................................                                            84 53
Florida ..............................................                                          88 61
Mississippi ........................................                                       75 69
Mississippi State................................                               81 89
Loyola (Chicago) ..............................115 65
Vanderbilt ........................................                                     80 78
Alabama ..........................................                                        79 60
Auburn ............................................103 85
Tennessee ........................................                                        93 75
SEC CHAMPIONS
NCAA TOURNAMENT Lexington, Ky.
Pittsburgh ........................................                                      98 92
Michigan State..................................                                 68 80
2357 1953
19 KENTUCKY FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS  1957-58		
Date	Opponent	UK Opp.
Dec.	7  Kentucky Christian College (Home) ............	...................................... 101 45
Dec.	] 2  Georgetown (B Team) (Away) ......................	...................................... 93 68
Jan.		
Jan.	13  Georgetown (B Team) ....................................	............. Lexington, 6:00 p.m. CDT
Jan.	17  Vanderbilt Freshmen ..................................	....................................... Nashville
Jan.	1 8  Open .............................................................	
Feb.	5  Transylvania (B Team) ...................................	.................. Lexington (Transy Gym)
Feb.	7  Vanderbilt Freshmen ......................................	............. Lexington, 8:00 p.m. CDT
Feb.	8  Open.............................................................	
Feb.		
Feb.	1 1  Morehead Freshmen ......................................	....................................... Morehead
Feb.	1 3  Georgetown (B Team) .....................................	..................................... Georgetown
Feb.		
Feb.	20 Campbellsville Jr. College .............................	................................ Campbellsville
Feb.	28  Kentucky Christian College ............................	.................. Grayson, 8:00 p.m. EST
KENTUCKY FRESHMAN
COACHHarry Lancaster (10 yrs.won 69, lost 9)
Jersey No.
White Blue Name (Pos.) Ht.
12 55 Cris Dcmaree (f) ...................................6'2"
20 23 'Richard Parsons (g) ................................5'10
22 22 Calvin Bird (g) 6'
24 40 Jim Meek (g) ..........................................5'10
25 25 'Billy Ray Lickert (g) ..............................6'3"
30 35 Allen Hughes (g) ....................................5'10
33 33 * David Eakins (g) ....................................5'10
34 34 Al Robinson (g)........................................6'1"
35 41 'Bobby Slusher (f) ....................................6'4"
40 5 'Ned Jennings (c) ....................................6'9"
45 50 *Kemuel Shipp (c) 67"
50 31 Buddy Goodwin (f) ..................... 6'1"
54 21 'Howard Dardeen (f) ................................6'4"
55 13 Tom Heilbron (f) ....... 6'3"
* On scholarship.
BASKETBALL ROSTER
ASSISTANT COACHBill Wireman
Wt- Age Hometown
220      18 .................................. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
155      19.............................................. Yancey, Ky.
183      19................................................ Corbin, Ky.
155      18.............................................. Ashland, Ky.
185      18.......................................... Lexington, Ky.
155      18.......................................... Richmond, Ky.
155      19.......................................... Henderson, Ky.
185      19.......................................... Lexington, Ky.
205      18 .......................................... Four Mile, Ky.
220      19.............................................. Carlisle, Ky.
215      18...................................... Kenesaw Mr., Ga.
180      18........................................Silver Grove, Ky.
190 18                              Terre Haute, Ind.
185 18                                  Lexington, Ky.
STUDENT MANAGERSRex Bailey and Dave McClelland
HARRY LANCASTER, Assistant CoachWhen Harry Lancaster finds a spare moment to reflect on his days as an all-around star athlete at Georgetown (Ky.) College back in the early thirties, he can recall with a degree of dismay how close he came to never pursuing the "round ball" sport that in the days since has earned him a somewhat unique position in the basketball world.
An All-Conference halfback for three straight years and captain during his last two seasons, Lancaster's football career almost overshadowed his play on the basketball court. In the cage sport, he was equally successful with three All-Conference nominations and two team captaincies to his creditbut considered himself a better football player than eager. Experience, however, proved him a good student and teacher of the sport of basketball as he began his coaching career.
Lancaster bosses a promising group of yearling cagers and holds down the position of assistant varsity basketball coach and general right hand man to the fabulous Adolph Rupp. When he was made a full-time assistant by Coach Rupp in 1948, Lancaster joined a very select group due to the general scarcity of such positions at major colleges and universities. He was born in Paris, Ky., in 1911, and attended Paris High School, participating for four years in all sports.
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BILL WIREMAN, Assistant CoachNewest member of the University of Kentucky coaching staff is a native Kentuckian with a background of participation in three sports and coaching experience in basketball and baseball. He was born in Jackson, Ky., 25 years ago and educated at Georgetown College and U.K. Wireman, appointed last July to assist in freshman basketball and baseball, becomes the second aide on the staff of Adolph Rupp and will handle not only coaching duties but also recruiting and scouting assignments.
Graduated from Valley High in Louisville, where he played as a guard in basketball, a quarterback in football and shortstop-second baseman in baseball, Coach Wireman went to Georgetown on a football scholarship in 1950. Sidelined by a knee injury, he was forced to concentrate on basketball and baseball and lettered in both prior to graduation in 1 953.
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