xt7p2n4zhb9w https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7p2n4zhb9w/data/mets.xml University of Kentucky 1965 Memorial Coliseum, Lexington (Ky.) athletic publications  English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. University of Kentucky Basketball Programs (Men) UKAW programs University of Kentucky Men's Basketball (1965-1966) players coaches Rupp, Adolph UK vs. Hardin-Simmons University (December 1, 1965) Memorial Coliseum rosters schedules statistics The Wildcat Tip-Off: Kentucky (Wildcats) vs. Hardin-Simmons (Cowboys), December 1, 1965 text The Wildcat Tip-Off: Kentucky (Wildcats) vs. Hardin-Simmons (Cowboys), December 1, 1965 1965 2012 true xt7p2n4zhb9w section xt7p2n4zhb9w EASTWEST COLLEGE ALL STAR GAME
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MARCH 27, 1965
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The National Association of Basketball Coaches of the United States wish to express their gratitude to the entire community of Lexington for making it possible to stage the Annual Coaches East-West All-Star Game.
Our special thanks go also to the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the University and the local and national press and radio.
Each year this national classic brings closer the fulfillment of our dreams for a national shrine honoring the great sport of basketball.
FORREST F. TWOGOOD, President National Association of Basketball Coaches AD0LPH RUPP Chairman East Selection Committee
For over three decades, the sports world has watched an amazing record being forged with near perfection out of meager raw7 material by a colorful figure in the Blue Grass country of Kentucky known familiarly to hundreds of thousands as the "Man in the Brown Suit."
He is Adolph Rupp of Kentucky and when the sport of basketball is mentioned todav, a direct chain of thought brings out the name of this maker of champions who holds undisputed rank as the "Nation's Winningest Basketball Coach." The name of Rupp, feared and respected in opponents' hearts and beloved bv the millions who have witessed the remarkable success of his Wildcat cage teams, has become synonymous with the game of basketball.
Such unprecedented recognition for the fabulous mentor is only natural since his success in the past 34 years as head man of the fabled Kentucky cage thoroughbreds has been nothing short of phenomenal. It would take a book longer than his own technical best-seller, "Championship Basketball," to recite the record completely. Briefly, however, that record includes:
An amazing 720 victories out of 870 starts for an unprecedented winning- percentage of better than 82%.
One of only two still-active cage mentors with membership in the exclusive 700 clubin which dues are 700 career victories.
Selection as the national "Coach of the Year" in 1959 for the second time in his career and runner-up last season.
An unprecedented honor roll of four NCAA Tournament championships picked up by his Wildcats.
A nominal world's championship as co-coach of the successful USA entry in the '48 Olympics and producer of more Olympic gold medal winners (7) than any other cage coach.
A total of 21 Southeastern Conference titles since the league was organized in 1933.
Election to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1959 and previous selection (in 1946) by Helms Athletic Foundation as a member of their exclusive cage Hall of Fame.
-Development of more All-Americans (30) and more material for the pro ranks
(22) than any other coach. Five Sugar Bowl Tournament champions, a NIT title and seven UKIT trophies.
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ADOLPH RUPP University of Kentucky
JOHN ERICKSON... University of Wisconsin
ALVIN (Doggie) JULIAN Dartmouth University
BEN CARNE VALE... U.S. Naval Academy
STAN WATTS Brigham Young University
HOWARD DALLMAR University of Stanford
HENRY IBA Oklahoma State
E. O. HAYES Southern Methodist University
The success of BYU basketball since 1949 cannot be figured without recognizing the man largely responsible for the 273 wins in 452 outings.
Stan Watts, now concluding his most rewarding of 16 colorful seasons, is considered the clean of the casaba sport in the Rocky Mountain-Suthwest area.
One of the most respected men in his profession, Coach Watts has no difficulty scheduling games with the best competition in the nation. Virtually every major school has met in combat with Cougar basketeers during Watts' skein as head coach.
Watts is one of a very exclusive group of cage coaches to claim over 100 victories in his first five years of college competition. BYU's 1964-65 WAC Championship trophy will take its place alongside the.1951 NIT cup and three other conference championship trophies.
Watts first joined the athletic staff at BYU in 1946 as freshman coach in both football and basketball, after coaching at Millard County High School and Jordan High in Salt Lake City, plus a term at Dixie College.
Versatile as an all-around athlete both in high school and at Weber College and BYU, Coach Watts was assigned to football, track and baseball before accepting the assignment to govern Y basketball fortunes in 1949.
His prowess as coach has extended into the literary field. His "Developing An Offensive Attack In Basketball" can be found on many a coach's desk.
In the 1964-65 edition of Cougar cage excellence Coach Watts may have the best unit of athletes ever assembled in the Provo institution. That it is the highest-scoring in BYU hoop history is a conceded fact. That it is a smoothly operating machine (usually) has to be attributed to the genius of the grand old man of the sport hereabouts.
STAN WATTS Chairman West Selection Committee Compliments of Past Presidents Lexington Jaycees
YEAR IN
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1938....................JAMES D. STEVENS (Deceased)
1939....................HAROLD ROD IX SON
1940....................EDWARD T. HOULIHAN
1941.................. RICHARD BUSH, JR.
1941 PAUL NICKELL
1942....................DANIEL MAHONEY (Deceased)
1942....................ROBERT FEATHERSTON
1943....................GARVICE D. K IXC AID
1944................... EDWARD COLEMAN
1945....................LAWRENCE JENKINS
1940....................BOB COX
1947....................LOUIS HILLENMEYER. JR.
1948....................JOHN MUELLER
1949....................L. C. R EDM OX
1950....................JOHN KERR
1951....................CARL HALL
1952....................J. D. REEVES
1953....................DON BUCHANAN
1954....................DAN LONG
1955....................CHARLIE RICHARDSON
1956....................ED ROBERTS
1957....................DON SEBASTIAN
1958 ...................TOM PHILLIPS
1959 JERRY IXMAX
1960 DAVID A. SUGG
1961....................KEN EN GIVE
1962................DEWITT HISLE
1963....................BOB WYL1E WELCOME TO U.  of K.
On behalf of all Kentuckians, I extend a sincere welcome to those who have come from afar to help celebrate U. of K's centennial year and to those who reside within the shadow of the University.
There is no better way to contribute to school spirit than a basketball game.    The gaiety and tenseness, the shouting and laughter, the milling crowds filled with the spirit of the occasion unite to promote that special feeling of appreciation and thanksgiving for this great institution of learningKentucky's University.
It is my pleasure to welcome those who participate in this Centennial observancethe Alumni,  other former students and witnesses to this third annual East-West All-Star game.
My congratulations to the National Association of Basketball Coaches of the United States for making this sports event another delightful occasion.    Through the efforts of our schools,  coaches, players and spectators the NAISMITH Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will become a reality for the entire nation to enjoy.
Sincerely, IN MEMORY OF WAYNE ESTES
FANTASTIC is the only way to properly describe the feats accomplished by Utah State University's All American Wayne Estes.
He had a great desire to excel. He was respected by all teammates and his attitude was excellent. He worked very hard to improve himself both on and off the basketball floor.
stoppable force. You name the shot Estes could make it. He earned his reputa- j tion by averaging more ^ than 26 points per game in 75 contest.
Estes shattered the school career scoring record and was the eighteenth major college player in the United States to exceed 2000 points.
As a sophomore Estes -^d was recognized widely as one of the top collegiate players west of the Missis- ^^^^
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^W^9*.      2!^^' seinor  year  was incredible.
fcjv Throughout the year Wayne was the m  country's second leading scorer, and W   hovered near the top in free throw markmanship and rebounding. He excelled in the free throw category and at one time this year completed a string of 42 straight. He was successful from the foul line at a near 90 per cent clip this year and in his career posted an 85 per cent mark of proficiency.
In addition to his obvious basketball talent, Wayne was also an outstanding student. He maintained nearly a "B" average throughout his college days.
The sport of basketball will indeed miss this truly great "All American" who was accidentally killed on February 8, 1965.
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766	1600	.479	469	548	.856
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893	11.9	223	5	2001	26.7
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Basketball is as American as apple pieand twice as savory to millions of hungry sports fans.
The sport is the only game that bears the stamp "Made in America." And, Americans have made the game, though its popularity has spread throughout the world.
Basketball had an humble beginning. The year was 1891. The place, Springfield, Mass.:
Dr. Luther Gulick, head of the physical education department for the school of Christian Workers was suffering an annual winter headachehow to work up a cold-weather indoor athletic program for students who were tired of calisthenics, tumbling, marching and other routine gym routines.
He assigned the chore to James Naismith,- a graduate of McGill University with four years of Canadian football and gymnastics teaching behind him. He and the late Amos Alonzo Stagg had come to Springfield together, filled with the idea of reaching young men through their love for athletics.
Encouraged by Dr. Gulick and the young Stagg who was to become "the grand old man of football," Naismith came up with the remedy to the doctor's headache problem.
He devised a recreational game, vigorous enough to attract football players, simple enough for anyone to learn and enjoy, demanding enough to challenge the best athletes, interesting enough and competitive enough to satisfy all and safe enough to play indoors.
The game was played with a round ball which was to be tossed through boxes for goals. For the first game the school janitor couldn't produce the boxes, but he did have some old peach baskets which were nailed to the balcony at each end of the gym. It was the peach baskets which provided the name of the gameBasketball.
The game was an instant success in all classes. Today, 127 nations play organized basketball and field Olympic teams. In 1936, Dr. and Mrs. Naismith attended the Olympic Games in Berlin, the first time basketball was included in Olympic compeition. The Naismiths attended as guests of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and were extravagantly praised and acclaimed.
CLIFF WELLS, Executive Secretary Naismith Memorial, Hall of Fame
From this recognition came the suggestion for the creation of a Basketball Hall of Fame. Dr. Naismith disclaimed any personal recognition, but worked hard during his later years to help create a memorial to the game and all the people who make it great.
At Dr. Naismith's personal insistence, the site selected for the memorial is on the campus of Springfield College (formerly the School for Christian Workers) where the game orginiated.
Work on the Basketball Hall of Fame was started, but efforts were interrupted by World War II. But, the program was revived in 1949 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.
The NABC agreed to finance the campaign for construction funds and Edward Hickox, retired basketball coach from Springfield College, was selected as executive secretary for the project. He served without pay in this capacity until his retirement in 1963.
In 1959, the executive secretary instigated the incorporation of the Hall of Fame as the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame, Inc. During Mr. Hickox' tenure, some $200,000 was raised toward the million dollar building project.
Late in 1962, the NABC directed its executive secretary, Cliff Wells, to take over the reins then held by the aging Mr. Hickox.
Mr. Wells, foimer head coach at Tulane University and a former high school coach in Indiana, has since been named executive director of the Hall of Fame, in addition to his work with the NABC.
All the organizations that play Basketball have been asked to cooperate with the Hall of Fame officials, not only in helping to provide funds for the building program, but in collecting material to display in the museum section of the building.
Funds for construction of the Hall have come from many sources, including the annual East-West College All-Star Basketball game, being held for the third time this year in the Memorial Coliseum of the University of Kentucky at Lexington.
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One of 11 major college coaches in the nation with over 370 victories to his credit, Doggie Julian coached his 30th quintet in the 1964-65 season, his 15th at Dartmouth.
During a span which started at Albright College (then Schuy-kill) in 1928, Julian has won 374 games and lost 298.
His teams at Muhlenberg, Holy Cross and Dartmouth have been in five N. C. A. A. championships (including a national title for his 1947 Crusaders) and two National Invitation tournies.
A Pennsylvania native, Doggie starred in football, basketball and baseball at Bucknell University, being graduated in 1923.
He was a catcher with Reading in the International League until smashing a finger and played pro football with Pottsville, Pa., until taking the coaching job at Albright College. Later he coached the Reading Keys pro football team, brought the Ashland, Pa., High eleven to a state title and became a leading basketball official, once working 28 games in 30 days.
Julian switched to Muhlenberg as football and basketball coach in 1936, compiling a 129-71 court record including two visits to the N. I. T. over the next nine years.
Moving to Holy Cross (a school with little previous basketball history) in 1945, Doggie proceeded to win 65 and lose only 10 in three seasons. His 1947 team with Bob Cousy, Joe Mullaney, George Kaftan, Frank Oftring, etc., won the national championship and generally is regarded as the impetus for the modern success of basketball in the Boston area.
Julian signed with the Boston Celtics in 1948 and coached the pro team during two growing seasons in the N. B. A. before returning to college ranks with Dartmouth in 1950.
Despite an horrendous start of three victories vs. 23 defeats in his first season at Hanover, Doggie soon had the Indians back in winning ways, winning the Ivy title and entering N. C. A. A. tourney play in 1956, 1958 and 1959.
Noted as an after-dinner speaker, Julian also has published a book"Bread and Butter Basketball."
EAST-JOE LAPCHICK
In 1936 Joe Lapchick became Head Basketball Coach at St. John's University. Prior to this he was a playing member on the Original Boston Celtcs which is considered by many to have been the best Basketball team ever assembled.
In St. John's basketball history, Lapchick's 1936 to 1947 tenure as coach is listed as "The Tournament Years." Seven times in those 11 seasons the Redmen were invited to participate in the National Invitation Tournament and twice in a row, in 1943 and 1944, they won the championship, and are still the only club to cop back-to-back titles in the annual classic.
Lapchick returned to pro ball in 1947 to coach the New York Knickerbockers. The Knicks of recent vintage have fallen on lean days, but under Lapchick they had good clays  eight straight years of first division finishes and three years in a row in the final game of the National Basketball Association playoff. All pro basketball fans readily concede that Joe's teams, while stocked with good players, never reached the talent level of NBA teams they bested in the standings.
Lapchick returned to St. John's in 1956 and added more records to an already-excellent listing of college coaching achievements. In the 1958-59 season, the Redmen won both the E.C.A.C. holiday festival and the N.I.T., thus becoming the only team ever to win both tourneys in the same season.
Last week his 1964-65 St. John's team presented Lapchick with his fourth N.I.T. Championship, a new record in basketball's oldest post season tourney.
In 1962 Lapchick was named "Coach of the Year" by the New York Basketball Writers Association, adding to a similar honor bestowed on him by the Philadelphia writers in 1959. In 1961, he went into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. with the other members of the Original Celtics. His own achievements as a player and a coach should earn him a place of individual honor there soon.
Summing up Coach Lapchick's career is to sum up the feats of one of the leading coaches in the history of college basketball. In 19 years, his teams have won 314 games and lost 121 for a .7 27 percentage, the sixth highest in the listing of active coaches. Only five major college coaches have higher marksAdolph Rup p of Kentucky, Everett Case of North Carolina State, Hank Iba of Oklahoma State, Bob Van Atta of Missouri and John Woode i of UCLA. Select company indeed.
But then, Lapchick always moved with the best and often W AS the best in basketball. His teams always played the though-est schedules available, and still won almost three out of every four games over those years, That's a great rcord, set by a great coach and an even greater man.
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University of San Francisco San Francisco, Calif. Age 22      Height 6'-8" Weight 225
Home: Washington, D. C. CoachPete Peletta Team Record23-3
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JOE BROWN, TrainerWith a background as a trainer, teacher and coach, 31-year-old Joe Brown joined the University of Kentucky athletics staff in 1963 in the capacity of trainer assigned to the basketball team. In the off season, he also serves the baseball squad and other spring teams in the same role. A member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and a service veteran, Brown is a valued authority on static exercises and rehabilitation of athletics-connected injuries. He has had numerous articles on various phases of his profession published by national magazines. For the past two seasons, the former teacher has picked up the assignment of supervising the academic progress of Kentucky's cagers. His teaching background includes two years in public schools of his native state of Missouri and one year as a physical education instructor at Southern Illinois University. Brown has had training experience at Southern Illinois and Southeast Missouri State College and coached all sports while in service. He served as the NCAA Olympic Trainer in 1964 and has been the NABC All-Star Trainer in 1963, 1964 and 1964. He is a member of the Honorary Education Societies' Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa. He holds both a bachelor's degree and the MA in Education. EAST
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St. Johns University Jamaica, N. Y.
Age 22      Height 6'-3" Weight 190
Home: Bayside, N. Y. CoachJoe Lapchick Team Record17-8 Nickname"Surfer"
HONORS:
First Team, All Metropolitan, NYC First Team, Holiday Festival First Team, All NIT
SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 381 Rebounds: 62 Average: 16.5 Shooting Pet.: 40.0
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University of Wyoming Age 23      Height 6'-l" Elgin, Illinois Team Record16-10
Laramine, Wyo. Weight 190 CoachBill Strannigan
HONORS:
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SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 701 Rebounds: 134 Average: 27.0 Shooting Pet.: 44.7
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University of Indiana Age 22      Height 6'-5" Home: Greenwood, Indiana CoachBranch McCracken Team Record19-5 Nickname"Tom"
HONORS:
All Big 10 1st Team 1965, 2nd Team 1963 and 1964 All Academic Team in Big Ten Honorable Mention All America
High School All State (Indiana), All America Co-holder of Indiana Mr. Basketball with twin brother Dick as Senior.
SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 441 Rebounds: 205 Average: 18.4 Shooting Pet.: 46.9
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Points: 973 Rebounds: 475 Average: 37.4 Shooting Pet.: 52.2
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Points: 331 Rebounds: 229 Average: 12.4 Shooting Pet.: 42.6
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Davidson, N. C. Weight 225 Nickname"Hetz"
Davidson College Age 22   Height 6'-8" Home: Washington, D. C. Team Record24-2 CoachCharles "Lefty" Driesell
HONORS:
Outstanding Center in United States (Sporting News) Most Valuable PlayerSouthern Conference CaptainAll Southern Conference Team Southern Conference Player of the Year (1963, 1984, 1965)
1st Team All AmericaPractically Unanimous on all major teams
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SEASON STATISTICS:
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Brigham Young University Age 21      Height 6'-8" Ercinitas, California Team Record21-5
Provo, Utah Weight 210 CoachStan Watts NicknameQuick
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Points: 563 Rebounds: 314 Average: 21.7 Shooting Pet.: 51.0
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Home: McLeansboro, Illinois CoachArad A. McCutchan Team Record29-0
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SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 509 Rebounds: 425 Average: 17.6 Shooting Pet.: 45.2
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Wichita, Kansas Weight 200 CoachGary Thompson Nickname"The Rave"
HONORS:
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BROWN'S LIQUOR DISPENSARY INC.
SEVENTH AND UPPER STREETS
Phone 252-9434
Drge Conley and Humzey Yessin
Lexington, Ky.
WEST  TEAM SCOREBOARD
No.		FG	FT	PP	TP
25	GAIL GOODRICH				
30	FLYNN ROBINSON				
42	DAVE STALL WORTH				
53	KEITH ERICKSON				
15	WARREN RUSTAND				
32	OLLIE JOHNSON				
35	HAROLD DENNY				
54	JOHN FAIRCHILD				
40	JIM JARVIS				
22	JIM KING				
					
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NATIONAL BANK AND   TRUST COMPANY
Now Entering Our Second Century of Service
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BILL BUNTIN
CENTRAL KENTUCKY'S LEADING LUGGAGE AND LEATHERGOODS DEALERS
All  famous  Brands available
 Samsonite
 Skyway
 Ventura
 American Touristone
 Hartman
 Lady Baltimore
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Headquarters For All
SAMSONITE LUGGAGE
cjCondon oCuaaaae ~3nc.
157 E. Main St.   3 Doors E. Strand Theater
Ann Arbor, Mich. Weight 235
University of Michigan Age 22      Height 6'-7" Home: Detroit, Michigan CoachDave Strack Team Record24-4 Nickname"Billy"
HONORS:
4th District All American 2 Yrs. All Big Ten Center Two Years High SchoolAll Detroit
SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 476 Rebounds: 278 Average: 19.8 Shooting Pet.: 48.5
COMBS MUSIC CO.
301 W. Main St.
Phone 254-0762
(Across  Street  From  Montgomery Ward)
Kimball - - Kohler & Campbell Pianos Thomas  Hammond  Conn  Kimball Organs
Bank Financing        Open Mon. Nites Free Delivery Till 9 RON REED
Notre Dame, Indiana Weight 205
Notre Dame University Age 22      Height 6'-6" Home: La Porte, Indiana CoachJohnny Dee Team Record15-12 Nickname"Ronnie"
HONORS:
Sixth in Nation in Rebounding in 1964 Honorable Mention All-America.
SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 566 Rebounds: 357 Average: 21.2 Shooting Pet.: 42.
EUBANK LUMBER COMPANY
Lumber and Millwork Roofing  Insulation Building Materials Hardware
Oil E. 3rd
Phone 254-1776
PEDIGREED PRINTING
by
THE
THOROUGHBRED PRESS
904 N. BROADWAY LEXINGTON, KY. 40501 DIAL 252-4490
PRINTERS OF THIS PROGRAM EAST
TOM KIMBALL
House Inn
Winner of the Coveted Holiday Magazine Award for 7 Consecutive Years
Cocktails
Entertainment  Dancing
Storrs, Conn. Weight 220
University of Connecticut Age 22      Height 6'-8" Home: Sudbury, Mass. CoachFred Shabel Team Record23-3 Nickname"Toby"
HONORS:
All Eastern College Athletic Conference 1964 and 1965
AP & UPI All New England 1963, 1964 and 1965
All District I NCAA 1964, 1965
All Yankee Conference 1963, 1964 and 1965
All NCAA East Regionals 1964
SEASON STATISTICS:
Points: 455 Rebounds: 483 Average: 19.8 Shooting Pet.: 57.0
Masters TV & Appliance, Inc.
Lexington's Color TV Headquarters Washers - Dryers - Refrigerators Fedders Air Conditioners
816 Euclid Ave.
Lexington, Ky
'The House That Ser