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For nearly three decades, the sports world has watched an amazing record being forged with near perfection out of meager raw material by a colorful figure in the Bluegrass 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 today, 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 by the millions who have witnessed 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 29 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 608 victories out of 714 starts for an unparalleled winning percentage of better
than 85 percent against major competition. Selection as the national "Coach of the Year" in 1959 for the second time in his career as he guided an inexperienced group of sophomores to a 24-3 record.   The honor was bestowed by United Press International and the Knute Rockne Clubs of America. An unprecedented honor roll of four NCAA Tournament championships picked up by his Wildcats who hold the all-time record of 1 1 appearances in the national classic and can claim more victories in NCAA play (21) than any other team. A nominal world's championship as co-coach of the successful USA entry in the 1948 Olympic
Games which included members of Kentucky's NCAA champions. A total of 19 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. Election to the Kentucky Hall of Fame (1945), outstanding citizen of Lexington (1949) and twice
honorary citizen of the City of New Orleans. Development of more All-Americans (21) and more material for the pro ranks (17) than any other coach.
Four Sugar Bowl Tournament championships, a National Invitation Tournament title and four trophies from the first six UK Invitational Tournaments.
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KENTUCKY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS  1959-60
1 9 5 9 UK Opp.
Dec.   1 Colorado State (H) ............106 73
Dec.   4 U.C.L.A. (A) ....................                    68 66
Dec.   5 So. California (A) ..............               73 87
Dec. 12 St. Louis (A)......................                    61 73
Dec. 14 Kansas (A) ........................ 77* 72
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Dec. 18  N. Carolina ......................                       76 70
Dec. 19 W. Virginia ......................                       70 79
Dec. 22  Temple (Louisville) ..........            97 92
Dec. 28  Ohio State (H) ..................                  96 93
1960
Jan.   2  Georgia Tech (H) ..............                54 62
Jan.   5  Vanderbilt (A) ..................                   76 59
Jan.    9Louisiana State ...................... Home
Jan. 1 1 Tulane .................................. Home
jan, 16 Tennessee .............................. Away
Jan. 25  Georgia Tech ..........................Away
jan, 27  Georgia .......................... Columbus
jan. 29  Florida ....................................Away
Feb.   6  Mississippi ............................ Home
Feb.   8  Mississippi State .................... Home
Feb. 13 Notre Dame .......................... Home
Feb. 16  Vanderbilt ............................ Home
Feb. 20  Auburn .................................. Away
Feb. 22  Alabama .................... Montgomery
Feb. 27Tennessee .............................. Home
Mar.    5  Pittsburgh ............................ Home
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10 HARRY C. LANCASTER
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When 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 respected 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 successfulwith 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 Adolph Rupp. He was made a full-time assistant by Coach Rupp in 1948. Born in Paris, Ky., Lancaster attended Paris High School, participating for four years in all sports. The UK freshmen, under his guidance, have lost only 13 contests during the past ten seasons.  His overall record stands at 91 wins, 13 losses.
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COACHCliff Wells (14 YearsW 214, L 121)
OUTLOOKPre-season forecasts have put the finger on Cliff Wells' club as the probable dark-horse of the conference. Graduation took away on,y Gary Stoll and four '59 starters are among six returning veterans. Tops among the lerter-men's group are All-SEC center Vic Klinker (6-5) and 5-8 guard Dick O'Brien. Up from the Greenies' best freshman team ever is 6-10 Jack Ardon, touted by many as one of the best sophomores in the nation.
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12 FIRST ROW (left to right)Rex Krider, Bob Morch, Jerry Varlund and Norm Delph. SECOND ROWAl O'Brien, Ron Mitchell, Lou Anderson, Vic Klinker, Gus Wenzel, Dick O'Brien. THIRD ROWGarry Lindboe, Lorry Getts, Richie Berger, Jack Ardon, Dole Cloak and Norm Bramblett.
UNIVERSITY OF TULANE ROSTER
No.       Name       Pos Age Ht.
3 Bob March (g) ................................ 20 5'9"
4 Dick O'Brien (g) ............................ 21 5'10"
10 Al O'Brien (f).................................. 21 6'4"
11 Ron Mitchell (g-f) .......................... 21 6'3"
12 Vic Klinker (f) ................................ 21 6'5"
14 Gary Lindboe (g) ............................ 20 6'
15 Louie Anderson (f) .......................... 21 6'4"
20 Jerry Varland (g) ............................ 19 6'
21 Gus Wenzel (f) ............................. 20 6'5"
22 Norm Bramblett (g) ..................... 22 6'1"
25 Richie Berger (f) ..................... 19 6'5"
30 Larry Getts (f-c) ............................ 20 6'4"
31 Rex Krider (g) 19 6' ^
32 Norm Delph (g) .............................. 19 6'1"
33 Jack Ardon (c) ................................ 19 6'10"
34 Dale Cloak (f) ..................... 19 6'4"
Wt.
Hometown
165 ............... Star City, Ind.
175 ............................................ East St. Louis, III.
200 .................................................... Chicago, III.
175 ............................................ Shelbyville, Ind.
215 ................................................ Lafayette, Ind.
175 ............................................ Greensburg, Ind.
200 ............................................ South Bend, Ind.
175 ..................................................... Ottawa, III.
200 ............................................ New Orleans, La.
180 ............................................ Greensburg, Ind.
200 ......................................... Miami Beach, Fla.
210 ............................. Garrett, Ind.
180 ............................... Middleburg, Ind.
180 ............................................... Anderson, Ind.
200 ........................................ Lakewood, N. J.
190 ......... Ford City, Pa.
COACHCliff Wells (14 YearsWon 214, Lost 121) ACTING CAPTAINVic Klinker
13 TULANE'S SCORECARD
GREEN WAVE	FG	FT	PF	TP
12   Klinker, Vic (f)				
25   Berger, Richie (f)				
33   Ardon, Jack (c)				
4   O'Brien, Dick (g)				
11   Mitchell, Ron (g)				
3   March, Bob (g)				
10   O'Brien, Al (f)				
14   Lindboe, Gary (g)				
15   Anderson, Louie (f)				
20   Varland, Jerry (g)				
21   Wenzel, Gus (f)				
22   Bramblett, Norm (g)				
30   Getts, Larry (f-c)				
31    Krider, Rex (g)				
32   Delph, Norm (g)				
34   Cloak, Dale (f)				
				
				
TOTALS				
(Complete Roster on Page 13)
OFFICIALSTOBY PACE and
 KENTUCKY'S SCORECARD
WILDCATS	FG                                 FT PF			TP
40   Burchett, Carroll (f-c)				
52   Mills, Don (f-c)				
4   Jennings, Ned (c)				
30   Coffman, Bennie (g)				
44   Lickert, Bill (g-f)				
10   Mason, Eddie (g)				
12   Robinson, Al (g)				
14   Hurd, Harry (c)				
20   McDonald, Jim (f)				
22   Cohen, Sid (g)				
24   Pursiful, Larry (g)				
32   Feldhaus, Allen (c-f)				
42   Rupp, Herky (f)				
50   Parsons, Dick (g)				
54   Roberts, Roy (f)				
				
				
				
TOTALS				
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16 FRONT ROW (left to right)Head Coach Adolph Rupp, Dick Parsjns, Eddie Mason, Larry Pursiful, Bennie Coffman, Al Robinson, Sid Cohen, Bill Lickert, and Asst. Coach Harry Lancaster. BACK ROWAsst. Trainer Sam Pressman, Herky Rupp, Roy Roberts, Harry Hurd, Ned Jennings, Don Mills, Allen Feldhaus, Jim McDonald, and Manager Tom Thompson. Not present when picture taken was Carroll Burchett.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ROSTER
No.          Nome        Pos.                           Class Ltrs. Age Ht.
4 Ned Jennings (c) ............................Jr. 1 21 6'9"
10 Eddie Mason (g) ........................Soph. N 20 5'11"
12 Al Robinson (g)                        Jr. 1 21 6'1"
14 Harry Hurd (c) ................................Soph. N 19 6'5"
20 Jim McDonald (f)                   ..Soph. N 19 6'3"
22 Sid Cohen (g) ..................................Sr. 1 26 6'1"
24 Larry Pursiful (g)                        Soph. N 19 6'1"
30 Bennie Coffman (g) ........................Sr. 1 22 6'
32 Allen Feldhaus (c-f)                ... Soph. N 19 6'5"
40 Carroll Burchett (f-c)                  Soph. HO 22 6'4"
42 *Herky Rupp (f) . ...........                       Soph. N 19 6'4"
44 Bill Lickert (g-f) ..................Jr. 1 20 6'3"
50 Dick Parsons (g) .........................Jr. 1 21 5'9"
52 Don Mills (f-c) ................................Sr. 2 22 67"
54 Roy Roberts (f)                          Soph. N 19 6'4"
* Not on scholarship                      N  Freshman numeral
Wt. Hometown
200 .............................. Headquarters, Ky.
160.............................. Elizabethtown, Ky.
185........................................ Lexington, Ky.
195 Forks of Elkhorn, Ky.
195........................................ Louisville, Ky.
175................................... Brooklyn, N. Y.
165....................... Four Mile, Ky.
173 ............................. Huntington, W. Va.
205 ............................. Burlington, Ky.
190............................................ Fuget, Ky.
170....................................... Lexington, Ky.
185.................................... Lexington, Ky.
155 ............................................ Yancey, Ky.
185............................................. Berea, Ky.
185 Atlanta, Ga.
HO  Hold out '59
COACHAdolph Rupp (29 YearsWon 608, Lost 10685%) ASSISTANT COACHHarry Lancaster CO-CAPTAINSBill Lickert and Don Mills STUDENT MANAGERTommy Thompson
17 1959-60 KENTUCKY FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: SEATED (left to right)Ralph Tipton, Mark Crain Bill Pieratt, Pat Doyle, Bernie Butts, Dick Conley, Scotty Bocsler. STANDINGTom Hutchinson, John Mutchler, Nickie Dann, Jerry Rump, George Atkins, Bobby Rice, Bob Sparkman.
UK Freshman Roster  1959-60
w	B	Name	Pos.	Age	Ht.	Wt.	Hometown	High School
00	41	* Ralph Tipton	F-G	18	6-2	170	Memphis, Tenn.	Central
10	5	*Jerry Rump	C-F	19	6-7	197	Covington, Ky.	Holy Cross
12	43	Mark Crain	F	18	6-2	190	Pierceton, Ind.	Pierceton
22	45	*George Atkins	C-F	18	6-6	190	Hopkinsville, Ky.	Hopkinsville
30	31	Bill Pieratt	G	18	5-1 1	170	Mt. Sterling, Ky.	Mt. Sterling
33	13	Bob Sparkman	F	18	6-2	170	London, Ky.	London
34	24	*Dick Conley	G	20	6-1	165	Oil Springs, Ky.	Oil Springs
40	40	*Bemie Butts	G	18	6-0	180	N. Miami Beach, Fla.	Hialeah
50	51	*Scotty Baesler	G	18	6-0	170	Lexington, Ky.	Bryan Station
52	53	* Bobby Rice	F	18	6-4	195	Sandy Hook, Ky.	Sandy Hook
55	55	*Pat Doyle	F-G	18	6-2	175	Calvert City, Ky.	N. Marshall
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1959-60 KENTUCKY BASKETBALL STATISTICS
(Eleven Games  Won 7, Lost 4)
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Name    Pos.                                           G Time
Lickert, F ........................................................11 380
Coffman, G ......................................................11 316
Mills, F-C ........................................................11 373
lennings, C ......................................................11 281
Cohen, G ........................................................11 170
Burchett, F ......................................................                                                8 138
Parsons, G ......................................................10 224
Pursiful, G ......................................................                                              8 104
McDonald, F ..................................................10 108
Feldhaus, F-C ................................................11 113
Mason, 6 ........................................................                                                1 5
Rupp, F ..........................................................                                                 1 3
Hurd, C ..........................................................                                                 1 5
Robinson, G ....................................................                                            1 3
Roberts, F ......................................................                                              1 3
Kentucky Totals ..............................................
Opponent Totals ............................................
* Includes 76 team rebounds.
FG    FGA   PCT. FT
63 62 37 42 19 24 21 14 14 9 2 1 0 0 0
158 140 101 105 71 44 62 24 41 23 5 2
0
1
2
.399 .443 .366 .400 .268 .545 ,339 .583 ,341 ,391 .400 .500
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41 40 40 28 27
14
15 15 10
6 2 0 0 0 0
FTA PCT. RE 13.
58 .707 61
47 .851 42
53 .755 149
43 .651 97
37 .730 26
17 .824 42
19 .789 19
21 .714 9
17 .588 31
13 .462 22
5 .500 2
0 ...... 1
0 ...... 2
0 ...... 0
0 ...... 1
330 .721 580
345 .736 536
PF
34 42 20 12 24 9 19
0
1
1
2
0
TP AVG.
167 15.2
164 14.9
1 14 10.3
112 10.2
65 5.9
62 7.7
57 5.7
43 5.4
38 3.8
24 2.2
6 6.0
2 2.0 0 0 0
854 77.6
826 75.0
308 286
779 748
,395 ,382
238 254
235 237
TP Scored FG Scored FT Scored FT Attempted Rebounds
Player
Lickert
Lickert
Jennings
Jennings
Mills
INDIVIDUAL SINGLE GAME HIGHS
Opponent Date
Ohio State Dec.
Ohio State N. Carolina N. Carolina So. California
Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.
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29 (FG 12, FT 5) 12 (FGA 23) 9 (FTA 12) 12 (Made 9) 24 | Team 55)
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BASKETBALL RESULTS1958-59
(Won 6, Lost 3)
UK Opp.
Dec.   1    Transylvania JV ................                  (H)    96 54
Dec.   4    Vanderbilt Freshmen ..........            (A)    78 90
Dec. 1 1    Georgetown "B" ................(H)    73 58
Dec. 15    Kentucky Christian ............              (H) 104 40
Dec. 17    Vanderbilt Freshmen ..........            (H)    51 63
Jan. 16    Georgetown "B" ................                  (A)    68 73
Feb. 18    Lindsey-Wilson Jr. College.. (H)    84 70
Feb. 21    Campbellsville Jr. College .. (H) 105 90
Feb. 24   Lee's Junior College ..........(H) 114 75
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The visiting team and the officials tonight are our guests and we as host desire that these visitors shall leave our campus fully inspired with the desire to return, and fully impressed that we have rendered a genuine spirit of true southern hospitality. In order to accomplish this objective it is recommended that we all strive to:
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A diminutive player who can dash in for the crip shot or hit from outside when the defense is tightened up, Parsons is the smallest of the Wildcats at 5-9 and 155. True to the tradition of small and elusive Kentucky guards of the past, he is fast and quick-thinking in the heat of action. When he gained a starting job in 1 8 of Kentucky's games last season, he became the smallest Wildcat regular in more than 10 years.
Makes up in hustle, determination and pestering defensive play what he lacks in size. Parsons also has a knack of showing up well when least expected or in clutch situations. Serious in his attitude on the court and rarely ruffled in the
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DICK PARSONSJuniorGuard Yancey, Ky.
roughest going. His best shots are the two hand long one or a jumper in close.
Collected 216 points to rank fifth in Kentucky scoring last season during 740:58 action time in all 27 contests. High point night of career came against Mississippi last season when he bagged 21.
Shortstop and leading hitter (.345) on the Wildcat baseball team last spring. Dick was a four-sport star at Harlan High. Quarterbacked his high school grid squad, ran 880 in track and hit .450 his final season in baseball as well as starring at guard on the cage outfit. Also third in graduating class scholastically.
KENTUCKY FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND RESULTS 1959-60
UK Opp.
Dec.    1 Lindsey-Wilson Jr. College (Home) .............................. 71 62
Jan.    9  Lexington Y.M.C.A............................................. Lexington (UK)
Jan.  1 1  Lee's Junior College .................................................... Lexington
Jan.  12  Georgetown "F3" ........................................................ Georgetown
Jan.  15  Vanderbilt Freshmen .................................................... Nashville
Jan.  16Tennessee Freshmen .................................................... Knoxville
Feb.    6 Bethel Junior College .................................................. Lexington
Feb.    8  Transylvania JV .................................................. Lexington (UK)
Feb.  10  Transylvania JV .................................................. Lexington (TU)
Feb.  1 1  Lindsey Wilson Junior College ...................................... Somerset
Feb.  13Ky. Christian College (Grayson) .................................. Lexington
Feb.  16  North Central (III.) College .......................................... Lexington
Feb. 26  Vanderbilt Freshmen .................................................. Lexington
Feb. 27  Tennessee Freshmen .................................................... Lexington
(Home games with exception of Feb. 26 game with Vanderbilt Freshmen will be preliminaries to UK varsity games and start at 6:00 p.m. CDT. Vanderbilt game will be single contest starting at 8:00 p.m. CDT.)
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