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` gt é. · g Official Signals ---—--——- lnsnde Cover
_     Hon. Earle C. Clements, Governor of Kentucky - - - 2
  Ei   ‘ Dr. H. 1.. Donovan, President, University of Ky. · — - 2
    ‘ A ` 'C A" Bernie A. Shively, Athletic Director ---—·-— 3 _
 ··=-x··t—··,·~,_,_. Paul Bryant, Head Football Coach -——·--- 3
  A Coaching Staff University of Kv —------- 4
    The Bryant Story -----·--—-- . 4
A-   .   Coaching Staff Notes - - T -... . . . . 5
  ~"“     · University of Kentucky 1949 Schedule ------ 7
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`4     5 by   Salcsmen s Club - -----——- - - - 9
g   "   1949 Football Rules Changes --—--———--- 13
Q   ‘ Burk Wveaver Dedication ——-·--~-- 15
y   Wlildcats of 1949 -----——-- l(1-17-18-19
»   University of Kentucky Roster -—--——-— 21
` _.   __ ~ ‘   _ Starting Line-ups - -·—---—-—— 22—23
V 4   `]“'J  ... * '° _ Q, M *'s.>`__; `~ V l‘niversity of Tennessee Roster —·—-—-- 24
V .   " .··`       _ Robert Ncyland llead (ioavlt [`niversity of 'l`ennt-ssee - 27
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‘_  mtty .    U _     Lmversity oi Tcnm·ss¢·¢· (,oavhmg Staff ----- 27
`Q  i’‘.*   ( a`-`E`_"""`*`**""'7‘~"’?~"~'*“*‘¤—%·*t*n—s—$._-·t.-gg: Paul Bryanfs Record As A llead Coach ---. . 28
Y Q_ ;·‘EC;iJ' "  University of Tetutessee Players —·—--- 32-36
    J _ .7 » ;_ el} ·:_;  ,   _   __ _ `   1`ttiversity of Tenm·ssce Squad —---—-- 35
  ` Ki!.  ‘ ...‘  .‘.’ >f`·_  ff   . ;- `°   ` ( Kentucky’s 1948 Record -———·-——-- 440
   ; »         V  ' I1`. `   —   l`niversity of Kentucky Mascot and (lheer Lvzulers — - 43
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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 1·ow.are Ted Osborn, Joe Atkinson, Frank Moseley, Head
Coach Paul Bryant, and Carney Laslie. In the back row. usual order, are Jim Brooks, Ermal Allen, Clarence
Underwood. and George Sengel.
The Bryant Story
One of the nation’s outstanding young football nine defeats and two tie games —— the best in Kentucky
mentors, Paul Bryant’s name has become synonymous football history for a three-year period since a 23-5-l
in the South with an upswing in the grid fortune of record was made during 1909-11 ——has attracted wide
Kentucky’s Bluegrass \Vildcats. attention. llc has been mentioned prominently in spec-
ln three seasons at the helm of the Kentucky gr1d- ulation on the successors to head mentors at larger
iron machine, the 35-year-old former Alabama star has schools and in the pro ranks. The latest outcropping
lifted the victory-famished Xvildcats out of the dol- came last December when Bryant was rumored as the
drums of the Southeastern Conference football cellar "odds-on ch0ice” to become head coach of the profes-
and established them in a contending position despite sional `Vashington Redskins. However. he re'cctcd the
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numerous diffmulties. bid (which reportedly was for an eight-year term at
Bryant took just one y0£1l‘ to accomplish the near- double his present salary) to remain at Kentucky.
miraculous feat of re-building the shattered founda- . . .
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tions of kentucky football into a solid front that re- v€l___ii`T);r iwlucigmi) “i:;I;1(ii!ii1:ii]?l_`6 ihlmiilhi il  
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sultcd in a season record of seven victories against iron ·c0m_h rn} Om; vciir lirmr im_i_i“_Y( il ifiili "`_"i
three defeats--the Wildcats’ most successful campaign r_ h ‘N _ . ‘ ‘ ‘ _ ‘ '” Nu ( (dull
. _ ri C ii. h. _ . Y. _ _ . nom t e . av). During that year he produced the Mary-
Smtu 912" Q mg upon ls limlumc Scrukc experi- land school’s bc t football xteoid in hi t s`x '
ence, Coach Bryant consolidated the gains and launch- mrics two iossci ind li lic M- I `H
ed an even more startling attack du1·ing 1947 that saw " _ ° >'_ ‘ ‘ ‘_ _ _ _
tho ¤Ciits roll up imotlior imiirossivo 73 rorord for the iFollowtng his succcsslm ircwardmg followers with
rooiilor soosoii mid tliori add ti thrilling 24__lll, viotorv a winning team during his first season at kentucky.
oror Villoiiovo in tho Groot Lolros Bowl imiiigiirol ot Bryants original contract wars torn up and a newilll-
· Clovolorirl___Koiittioky»s first bowl ,ir,iiooroooo_ year agreement put in force. I`hc current pact has eight
Minus the services of nine players from the start- more dear? [0 rum _
ing eleven and five more from the rest of the 1947 A not"'? of Fordyooe A*`k·¤ l}"?`*‘“l *l*‘*'¥`**‘l '“ look
stitiiidl the Kentucky tomit of lost sortsoii novortholoss ball and basketball wluleiattendmg lngh school there.
_ proved the surprise of thc lcuguro No one srtrlously oX_ Litter, at the UIllV0l`§l[}' ol rtlabama. he starred on. thc
pccted the Wiltlcats to provide more than token h‘¥l‘lY Soocosqul Crimson rhdc olo"€*“$ at (ll': I?-%5;3¤
troiililo mid woro about to writo tltoiii ol·l· os ii tliroot period, including the Rose Bowl team of l)3.>.‘l.laying
ortor tliroo oorlv soosoii lossos_ But tho oxiiorts fnilcrl the enid opposite the famed Don llutson, he tailed to
to ooimt ori tlio spirit instilled liv tho rosoiirroloil Br}, gain significant attentxon from theipress and fans but
ann Brozoitly bcrtcliiitg tltrco of his top lmokfiold stars, Coach Frartk Thomas chose to retain him as an assist- ·
the \Vildcats’ head mentor jerked his charges out of im! £<>U¤w¤¤s his g*`“d“oUo“·
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their defeat lethargy enough to complete the remainder Aftor four soitsoits with tlio *litltr_ lgrytiiit moved to
ef the schedule “l_“ho“t *1 setback The rocord Steed oi Vanderbilt as line coach {`lIl(1 spent two years with the *
5'3'2 ood thc dc cats como at the h¤¤dS of tho lhmo Commodores before leaving for the Navy in 1941. Fol-
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looms “ o lols "~( "slv Socom dm oull mt o com lowing a training period, he went overseas to Africa
{Bronco Sm“dmg5• and remained there until released as a Lieutenant Com-
Bryant”s three-season record of 20 victories against mander in 1945 just before the football season opened.
Page Four

 WIN, LOSE
CARNEY LASLIG-l . . . Igke ¥aul Brygmt isBa lilniversiity D
f Al b ct an a ormer ose ow star or
` The Czi·i:1Is1;>8rr:7;)'§"i)dd1(i ;3é Lasliel legtézgeg three dyearsuat    
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l Tidhmlzleveh whigh won a 24-O. decision over Washing-      
, ton State in the Pasadena classic . . . Rema1ned· at Al-
abama as an assistant for one year after graduating . . .    
Then he became hleadhfoiatball Icloach at the Blyttlge-
'll A k h'g sc 00 . . . is teams went un e-
i fleafed f"o1?rfPi£f·;1z shasons and then Laslie went to V.M.I.    
as line coach . . . From the Lexington, Va., school, Las-
lie entered theCNasiy .   Wlgilehin {he Navy, hl? coac;3 |
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130 inaitivgrdutyaafter three years service with the rank |
of Lieutenant Coninnfmdorl; . igilcgncd Bryant at dMary5  
l d f d s eore t e season opene an ; |
nzildvedl t:“lhea)Bluegrass Stlafe withKhim in 1946   . i
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FRANK MOSELEY . . . A native of Montgomery Ala- I
gama . . . Quarterbacked the Tide elevens in ’31, ’32 Q
and ’33 . . . Played two seasons on tlie samelgéalwbamg  
teams as Laslie . . . Came to Kentuc y in an
served as backfield coach under Chet Wynne and Ab _ •
Kirwan . . . Entered the Navy in ’42 . . . Served as         .
y fficer aboard the aircraft carrier Lexington _
ilifhnihe (sank of Lieutenant Commander . . . A veter- s" D
anh0fBpracticallyMevelry éitattlg ilu the Palcificl;   C M _ d  
't nt at ar an an ecame IS ac 18 Orggy gu] an gmg
cldach ;lYaKentucky 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 }fro}t;1dAl;)ron Eentirail High I 1
School, Akron, Ohio, where e a een   asket- for t1€
ball and football coach for 12 years . . . Osborn was
graduated from Ohio Wesleyan in 1931 where he star- l 1 —·
red as a halfback for three seasons . . . Following his      
F? graduation, Osborn went to Ohio State in 1933 as a I t V
*11 freshman coach . . . Served during the war as a Lien- U Own
‘ ° tenant in the Navy.
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ger JOE ATKINSON . . . Was a star guard with Vander-  
ng bilt from ’39 to ’4I . . . Bryant coached Atkinson in ?f§jC’}_Q’ A N §  
tg]? ’40 and ’41 when he was line coach at Vandy .   Jae ;g;~!*_:_.`\      
)°` captained the ’41 Commodore eleven . . . Entere t e ,;ji;j_‘;,E;;_; fi I "‘ ‘v_’’ `
lllv Navy after graduation in ’42 . . . Served 46 months · · ggij   V if §  
‘u Skippered 3 PT . . . Came to K8HiUCk)’ illinlediately      
after his discharge in March, 1946 . . . Handles the _%_,   , §  
mi. guards . . . A native of Lebanon, Tennessee . . . Mar- A r €j;ig§%Ei` 47  
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Vi¤‘· lege graduate where he was a varsity guard for three rf`!   _
years . . . Joined Kentucky’s staff early last year . . . ,._//   ~—- if \
vith Coached at Beckley, West Virginia, high school from  
gky, 1938-43 . . . Served three years in the Navy as a Lieu- J ,6, ‘
10. tenant . . . Married and the father of two children. /
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ERMAL ALLEN . . . Joined the Kentucky coaching xl
not- staff after being ruled ineligib·le after two games in mananansmu
cpp, the 1946 season in one of the Southeastern Confer- _ _
{hp ence’s most controversial cases . . . Allen played a LEXINGTON S NEXVEST FASHION
5-35 year of pro-ball with the Cleveland Browns in 1947 as ,
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A portion of the membership of the Lexington Salesm en’s Club interrupt their promotional activities on behalf of
the University long enough for the photographer to catch this informal group picture. Shown in ihe usual order, front
row, are: Gene Patterson, G. E. Stantill, Chas. Wise, Dick Heddick, 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 James 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 Wellinghuzst, Glenwood Webb, C. V. Cowgill,
A. D. Dorton and Phil Weissinger. _
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
OFFICE OF PRESIDENT
One step in the [ar-reaching master plan to bring national football recognition to thc Liniversity ol Kentucky
is the necessity of increasing the patronage at the gridiron events to such an extent that niajor teams of the coun-
try may be profitably brought to Lexington as the foes of the Yiiildeats.
_ Full achievement of this goal was brought one step nearer to reality this year with the aid ot` the Lexington
Salcsnieifs Club. This public-spirited organization oi` business nien, at the request of bnivcrsity authorities, un-
dertook the task of proinoting the sale of season tickets throughout Eastern and Central Kentucky and it was
tremendously successful in its efforts to fill the newIy—enlargcd stadium.
Wlhile not all of the 35,000 available seats were sold on a season basis. the incmbers of the Lexington Sales-
Ill(?l`l’S Club deserve the sincere thanks of the University of Kentucky for their splendid co-operation in selling a
major portion of the season tickets. It is only through the voluntary public service of 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 Salcsnien`s Club.
II. L. DONOVAN
President
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   THUMBNAIL SKETCHES
STEAKS CHICKEN LEFT ENDS
BEN ZARANKA . . . 6-3 . . . 185 . . i121w.lé East gbl-
V cago Ind. . . . Junior . . . One of t e i cats est
COUNTRY PIABI passlreceivers . . . Expected to be starting left flank-
man . . . All-State end in high school and considared
good nomination for All-Southeastern-Conference on-
SEA   ors this season . . . Slugging centerfielder on Ken-
tucky’s successful 194-9 baseball team,Mhi5tingl a& 
of better than .400 for the season . . . a e t e
h4IXED   District III All-Tournament team . . . Plans career in
pro football or baseball following graduation.
NICK ODLIVAI§ . . . 6 .   190 .d. . 23 il. . Ali-
quippa, Pa. . . . unior . . . as p aye virtua y every
• position on the Kentucky grid team as a reserve. . . .
I   6   Switched to end last seasoné .   . Expcilcted to hit stride
_ this season and stands goo c ance o garnering start-
_ ing berth. . . . As a freshman, he hitch-hiked to Geor- .
gia game at Athens after being left off the travelling
D , N,   squad and played lrnoie than half of the contest as
duczn Z Kentucky’s quarter ac .
gl g y JERRY CLAIBORNE . . . 5-10 . . .L170 . . . 2}   .
Hopkinsville Ky. . . . Junior . . . iving proo t at
, the old adage that “brains and brawn don’t mix” ain’t
Wrnchesrer . Phone 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 re_s_e;·y;_e role.
L E X I N   T O N JOHN NETOSKIE . . . 6’.~._,185 . . . 19 . . . New ·
Kensington, Pa. . . . Sophomore . . . :4 newcomer show-
ing plenty of promise of developing into a great end. .
r       Expected to be used primarily 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 . . . Weirton, W.
."_ ______ _,,,,, V . . . . Junior . . . One of the South’s outstanding
i   ngminees for All-American honors . . . Garnercd hon- V
orable mention on