xt7wwp9t2b69 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7wwp9t2b69/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 University of Kentucky Men's Basketball (1964-1965) programs players coaches Rupp, Adolph University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament (1965) Air Force UCLA Indiana University rosters statistics Memorial Coliseum "University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament: Air Force Falcons, California Bears, Indiana Hoosiers, Kentucky Wildcats", December 17-18, 1965 text "University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament: Air Force Falcons, California Bears, Indiana Hoosiers, Kentucky Wildcats", December 17-18, 1965 1965 2012 true xt7wwp9t2b69 section xt7wwp9t2b69 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Invitational Zoumament
 AIR FORCE FALCONS  CALIFORNIA BEARS
 INDIANA HOOSIERS
 KENTUCKY WILDCATS
Dec. 17 & 18, 1965
EST. PRICE .24 - TAX .01 EXCLUSIVELY       (J f
)akm
am
 LEXINGTON  WHITESBURG  PIKE VILLE  HAZARD NEON CORBIN
5
Gardenside Plaza
PLENTY FREE PARKING
OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 O'CLOCK
First National Charge 30 Day Charge 6 Month Revolving Charge
Also available at Dawahare's WILDCAT BOOSTER TIES Pure Silk The Tradition of Kentucky Hospitality has become a legend that lives today in the attitude of our personnel. The tradition of Purcell's hospitable service to both the individual customer and the community has been a consistent facet of our policy since 1887.
Purcell's considers it a great privilege to serve you and the community, and to bring the finest merchandise that can be found to Central Kentucky for your convenient shopping pleasure.
These are just some of the reasons why Purcell's is today, and has always been . . . Kentucky's Nicest Store!
The "WILDCAT by WIIMTHROP
SHOES FOR MEN
Smartly Styled OXFORDS or SLIP-ONS
# pair
~k Black Leather
k Men's Sizes: 6V2 to 12
* Wildcat Juniors: 3'/2 To 6
? BCD Widths
Men's Shoe Center Main Floor
CENTRAL KENTUCKY'S SMARTEST STORE SINCE 1887 FULL'
Bank On The Wildcat Team
!
For Another Big Blue Victory* and Bank On Our 'Team
9 9 9
Of Over 300 Employees For The Best In Complete Banking Services At 7 Convenient Locations!
NATIONAL    BANK   AND   TRUST COMPANY Zhe Wildcat
Official Kentucky Basketball Program Published by U.K. Athletics Association
3. A. SHIVELY, Athletic Director KEN KUHN, Sports Information Director
The U.K. Athletics Association expresses appreciation to A. G. Spalding & Bros., Inc., for furnishing two game basketballs for this tournament.
Thirteenth Annual U.K. INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Memorial Coliseum - December 17-18, 1965
First Night: California vs. Indiana7:30 p.m.     Second Night:Third Place Game7:30 p.m. Air Force vs. KentuckyAppx. 9:30 p.m. Championship GameAppx. 9:30 p.m.
The downtowner Motor Hotel
LEXINGTON'S FINEST  155 ROOMS  RESTAURANT  COCKTAIL LOUNGE  CONFERENCE ROOMS PARK AT YOUR FRONT DOOR  TV  HI-FI  RADIO  PHONES  SWIMMING POOL
347 EAST MAIN  JUST EAST OF ROSE__
SOUTHLAND SPORT SHOP
Distributors of
Riddel!, Spanjian, Hyde, Rowlings, Wilson, and Spalding Sporting Goods Adidas Track Shoes Cramer Products
Plenty of Free Parking Space
Gene Srokley - In The Southland Shopping Center - Dick Wallace
P.O. BOX 8251 PHONE 277-3977
 Pn
Interesting facts about
Kentucky Central Life Insurance Company
AGE - - Founded 1902, Kentucky's oldest life insurance company. EMPLOYEES- - 1,500 nationwide, 350 in Lexington.
SCOPE OF OPERATIONS - - 100 branch offices serving 35 states. FINANCIAL STRENGTH - - $73 million in policy reserves, capital and surplus of $25 million.
SIZE - - More tnan $806 million of life insurance in force.
NATIONAL RANKING - - In thetop nine percent of the nation's 1,700 life insurance companies. RECOMMENDATION - - Recommended for 17 consecutive years by the Alfred M. Best Company, New York, national insurance rating authority.
",rTS--Ml types of life and - individuals, fami-
---< net
^rp rau'15 * lite dl1 
Ves and &r bs\0\ary. ft through a su Welcome to the Thirteenth UK Invitational Tournament
The University of Kentucky welcomes this opportunity to play host to visiting basketball teams representing such outstanding institutions as U.S. Air Force Academy, University of California, and Indiana University on the occasion of the 13th Annual U.K. Invitational Tournament.
It is also a sincere privilege to welcome the officials, fans and friends of the visiting schools as well as those following the fortunes of our own Wildcats.
Through the years the University of Kentucky Invitational has attracted many fine groups of young student athletes from every section of the nation and there is every reason to be confident that this year's teams will again prove exemplary ambassadors of the states they represent
DR. JOHN W. OSWALD President, University of Kentucky
BERNIE A. SHIVELY Tournament Manager
A former All-America gridder and three-sport star during collegiate days at University of Illinois and Kentucky's Director of Athletics since 1938, Bernie A. Shively directs the U.K. Invitational in the capacity of tournament manager. The U.K. sports chief, who conceived the idea of sponsoring a major on-campus cage classic in 1953, also currently is serving a second term as chairman of the NCAA University Division Basketball Tournament and for many years headed the committee controlling the now-defunct Southeastern Conference post-season cage tourney. During his tenure at Kentucky, "Shive" has held posts of football line coach, head of the Physical Education Department, track coach, baseball coach and head football coach in addition to supervising the development of one of the nation's most outstanding athletic programs in the capacity of Director of Athletics. Shively has gained national recognition for his administrative excellence and fair-minded approach to difficult problems. All 1965-66 Basketball Games of
o
wi
ith Claude Sullivan
brought to
you on the
STANDARD OIL NETWORK
STANDARD
WINN	WCTT
LOUISVILLE	CORBIN
WFKY	WKIC
FRANKFORT	HAZARD
WHOP	WVLK
HOPKINSVILLE	LEXINGTON
WCMI	WOMI
ASHLAND	OWENSBORO
WDXR	WPKE
PADUCAH	PIKEVILLE
WSIP	WFTM
PAINTSVILLE	MAYSVILLE
WSFC	
SOMERSET	
	
WVLK
The Or ig inati ng STATION for
ALL U.K. BASKETBALL
on the
STANDARD OIL BASKETBALL NETWORK
WVLK - CBS
DIAL S90
 ilR 14 HOUR A DAY RADIO
Pfay by P&ty at Home and Away
with
CLAUDE SULLIVAN
 13th UK INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
0
The 1965 University of Kentucky Invitational Tournament in its 13th renewal adds to its already great national prestige by offering a high-calibre field truly intersectional in scope with visiting participants from the Far West, Rocky Mountains and the Midwest joining the host Kentucky Wildcats of the Southeast in a bid for the coveted title.
Kentucky Athletic Director Bernie A. Shively, tournament manager, has announced the visiting teams for this year's UKIT as the Golden Bears of University of California, U.S. Air Force Academy's Falcons and the Hoosiers of Indiana University. Site of the tournament, inaugurated in 1953, again will be Kentucky's 1 1,500-seat Memorial Coliseum with double-headers each night leading to the championship and third place honors.
Pairings for the nation's richest and most prestige-packed regular season cage classic will pit the Golden Bears of Cal, in their second UKIT try, against Indiana's Big Ten Hoosiers in the first night opener followed by an engagement between budding Air Force and Kentucky's seven-time champions.
At stake, in addition to the title and a pair of important early victories, are an imposing trophy, a record-sized share of the net proceeds   and   significant   national prestige which has resulted in a major climb in the national rankings.  Twice in recent years, the UKIT champ has vaulted all the way to the top spot in the polls and often the winner has uset its early success as a springboard to posting good seasons.   Illinois, which copped the title a year ago, jumped to seventh. The monetary dividend has mounted steadily over the years since inception of the UKIT in 1 953, increasing from $8,200 paid the four teams the first year to a  national  record $15,420 awarded teams in 1959.  Last year, each participant picked up a share amounting to $14,368.30 (second highest in tournament history) as the highest paid attendance (22,804 for two nights) witnessed the action.
Public acceptance of the UKIT reflects the high calibre of the fields that have participated in the pre-Christmas classic. Twenty-three cage powers from every section of the nation have joined the host Wildcats in the previous dozen tournaments. Prime aim of Athletic Director Shively and UK Coach Adolph Rupp in inaugurating the UK Invitational was to return big-time basketball, beset by scandal hatched in big city arenas, to the campus and to provide the public with a view of top-flight basketball as it is played in different sections of the country. Furthering the high ideals of an on-cam-pus tournament and rejecting overemphasis of commercialism, net proceeds of the UKIT are divided equally among participants.
This year's participants are noteworthy in that three of the four schools are past NCAA champions.   Kentucky leads with four wins, Indiana has two wins, and Calfornia has won once.
 Invitational Tournament History
1953 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 73, LaSalle 60. Consolation: UCLA 72, Duke 67.
First Round: LaSalle 62, UCLA 53; Kentucky 85, Duke 69.
Attendance: 16,714. Payoff: $8,243.77 to each team.
1954 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 63, LaSalle 54. Consolation: Southern California 54, Utah 52.
First Round: LaSalle 49, Southern California 38; Kentucky 70, Utah 65. Attendance: 17,973. Payoff: $9,902 to each team.
1955 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Dayton 89, Kentucky 74. Consolation: Minnesota 90, Utah 77.
First Round: Dayton 77, Utah 73; Kentucky 72, Minnesota 65.
Attendance: 19,185. Payoff: $10,647.17 to each team.
1956 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 91, Illinois 70. Consolation: Southern Methodist 67, Dayton 59.
First Round: Illinois 82, Dayton 65; Kentucky 73, Southern Methodist 67. Attendance: 15,753. Payoff: $8,511.87 to each team.
1957 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: West Virginia 75, North Carolina 64. Consolation: Kentucky 78, Minnesota 58.
First Round: North Carolina 73, Minnesota 67; West Virginia 77, Kentucky 70. Attendance: 20,956. Payoff: $11,751.38 to each team.
1958 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 97, West Virginia 91. Consolation: Oklahoma State 63, Ohio State 59.
First Round: West Virginia 67, Oklahoma St. 49; Kentucky 95, Ohio St. 76. Attendance: 20,386 Payoff: $13,817.35 to each team.
1959 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: West Virginia 79, Kentucky 70. Consolation: St. Louis 68, North Carolina 52.
First Round: West Virginia 87, St. Louis 86; Kentucky 76, North Carolina 70. Attendance: 22,713. *Payoff: $15,420.33 to each team.
1960 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: St. Louis 74, Kentucky 72 (1 overtime). Third Place: California 72, Illinois 54.
First Round: St. Louis 54, California 53 (1 overtime); Kentucky 83, Illinois 78. Attendance: 15,095. Payoff: $9,155.29 to each team.
1961 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 80, Kansas State 67. Third Place: Tennessee 75, Xavier 70.
First Round: Kansas State 75, Xavier 67; Kentucky 96, Tennessee 69. Attendance: 16,013. Payoff: $9,903.57 to each team.
1962 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 79, West Virginia 75. Third Place: Oregon State 61, Iowa 55.
First Round: West Virginia 70, Oregon State 65; Kentucky 94, Iowa 69. Attendance: 22,138. Payoff: $14,067.17 to each team.
1963 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Kentucky 98, Wake Forest 75. Third Place: Princeton 90, Wisconsin 87.
First Round: Wake Forest 96, Princeton 67; Kentucky 108, Wisconsin 85. Attendance: 22,111. Payoff: $13,563.41 to each team.
1964 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Illinois 91, Kentucky 86. Third Place: Dayton 71, West Virginia 67.
First Round: Illinois 104, Dayton 86; Kentucky 102, West Virginia 78. Attendance: 22,804 Payoff: $14,368.30 to each team.
* National record. Full Color WLEX-18 Presents
Basketball With Rupp
with
Coach Adolph Rupp & Bob Terry Cornett Const. Co. Goodwin Bros. Inc. Keller Implement Co.
Pieratts Applianceland (Your Admiral Dealer)
Headquarters For Visiting Teams And Fans
Kentucky's Convention Headquarters
120 E. Main St. Downtown Lexington, Ky. Phone 255-3210
FEATURING
Le Deauville
RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
 FREE PARKING  BEVERAGE & FREE ICE MACHINE ON EACH GUEST FLOOR   100o AIR CONDITIONED
 TV IN ALL ROOMS  ALL  ROOMS REMODELED AND REDECORATED  COFFEE SHOP AND DINING ROOM WITH ECONOMICAL PRICES
PHOENIX HOTEL AIR FORCE Fa/cons
The Coach . . .
Energetic Bob Spear is almost a tradition at the U.S. Air Force Academy. As the only basketball coach that the newest service school has ever had, he shows a nine-year success record of 112 wins and 92 losses during the term. Spear, now a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force, started the cage sport at the Academy by tutoring a first time freshman group in 1955-56. Prior to that, he had gained experience as a Navy assistant for three campaigns. Coach Spear played his collegiate basketball at DePauw University in Greencastle, In. He is an advocate of the shuffle style of offensive patterns but teaches the more convential man-for-man defensive alignment.
Falcons In '65
Air Force Academy makes a first appearance in the UK Invitational determined to use a first-ever meeting with host Kentucky and a second-night engagement with another UKIT foe as a stepping stone toward breaking a three-season losing trend. The Falcons, like opening night opponent Kentucky, lack substantial height but do boast of experience in the presence of all but one of the hands off its 1964-65 combination. All told, eight of the 1 1-man travelling squad were letter winners last winter. Four familiar faces, all of whom averaged scoring in double figures last year, will be joined in the starting lineup by sophomore strong man Eli Bebout, 6-4 forward. The Cadets have encountered "rough air" in early engagements but should have their shuffle offense smoothed out for the battle with UK's Wildcats.
AIR FORCE SEASON RECORD
(Won 1, Lost 3)
AF Opp. AF Opp.
Dec.    1    Iowa State (A).................. 55     59 Dec. 1 1    Loyola (La.) (H) .............. 68 55
Dec. 3-4   Mile High Classic Dec. 17-18 UKIT
(Denver, Colo.)
Wyoming ........................ 66     74  NEXT GAME 
Denver.............................. 73     90 Dec. 23    Utah ...................................... Away
1
"No Order Too Small"
Sageser Drugs
in SOUTHLAND
'Ask Your Doctor'
3
1$ STANDING (left to right)Ron Benson, Marty Andrale, Walt Edgerly, Sam Peshut, Bill Boiling, Charles Bensley, Jack Graham, Manager. KNEELINGPat Dowling, Pete Hugdahl, Tom Markham, John Olive, Eli Bebout, Ed Sullivan,, Fred Budinger, Glen Hierlmeier. CENTER KNEELiNGCoach Bob Spear and Assistant Coach Buzz E. Ciriello.
AIR FORCE ROSTER
No. Name Pos. Class
21 Ron Benson .............................. G Soph.
23 Tom Markham ........................ G Sr.
24 Pat Dowling .............................. G Jr.
30 Pete Hugdahl .......................... G Jr.
33 Fred Budinger .......................... G Jr.
35 Walt Edgerly ............................ C Jr.
40 Eli Bebout .................................. F Soph.
41 Ed Sullivan ......................... C Sr.
42 Sam Peshut .............................. F Sr.
43 Charles Bensley ...................... G Soph.
44 John Olive ................................ G Jr.
45 Glen Hierlmeier ........................ F Jr.
51 Bill Bollin .................................. C Soph.
53 Marty Andrade ........................ F Sr.
Hf- Wt- Lrrs- Hometown
6-3 185      N.................................... Casper, Wyo.
5- 9 155      0 ....................................... McPherson, Kans.
6- 2 170      1 ........ Cleveland, Ohio
61 175      1 ................................ Rice Lake, Wis.
6-4 185      1 .................................................... Tolono, III.
6-7 205 0                                    Littleton, Colo.
6-4 205      N............................... Shoshoni, Wyo.
6-4 190 2                                 Sacramento, Calif.
6-5 185      2 ............... Monaco, Pa.
6-5 190 N                                 Terre Haute, Ind.
6-2 180 1                               Florham Park, N. J.
6-4 205 0                                     Madison, Wis.
6-6 200 N                                    Livonia, Mich.
6-5 200 Albuquerque, N. M.
HEAD COACHBob Spear (9 Years at USAFAWon 112, Lost 92) ASST. COACHCapt. Basil Ciriello CAPTAINSam Peshut ATHLETIC DIRECTORCol. Ed Rafalko MANAGERJack Graham
NicknameFalcons PublicistBob Peck
LocationAir Force Academy, Colo. Enrollment2,800
1964-65 RecordWon 9, Lost 14 ColorsSilver and Blue
ConferenceIndependent UKIT RecordFirst Appearance Two Locations To Serve You Better
MARLOWE TIRE CO.# INC.
851 North Broadway Phone 252-1786
And Now Also At
707 Lane Allen Road Lafayette Shopping Center Phone 278-3406
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
Lexington Insurance
Agency, Inc.
Kentucky Central Building Lexington, Ky. Phone: 254-6257
DeBoor
Laundry      Dry Cleaning
Storage Visiting School Presidents . . .
DR. ROGER W. HEYNS DR. ELVIS J. STAHR LT. GEN. THOMAS S. MOORMAN
University of California University of Indiana Air Force
PETE NEWELL University of California
J. W. (BILL) ORWIG University of Indiana
COL. E. A. RAFALKO Air Force GOLDEN BEARS' SCORECARD
	FG	FT	PF	TP
32   Myron Erickson (f)				
35   Bob Wolfe (f)				
40   John Wardell (c)				
25   Jim Ashcraft (g)				
34   Charlie Perkins (g)				
20   Russ Critchfield (g)				
21   Robby Olson (g)				
22   Dan Ready (g)				
23   Steve Smith (g)				
24   Morry Longer (g)				
30   Dick Vortmann (f)				
31   Reggie Kellum (f)				
33   Bob Nichols (f)				
41   Gary Cornelius (c)				
42   Jerry Mosher (g)				
43   Eric Unruh (c)				
14    Bruce Stcckrl (c)				
45   Russ Moe (f)				
TOTALS				
FALCONS' SCORECARD				
	FG	FT	PF	TP
40   Eli Bebout (f)				
42   Sam Peshut (f)				
41   Ed Sullivan (c)				
30   Pete Hugdahl (g)				
33   Fred Budinger (g)				
21    Ron Benson (g)				
23   Tom Markham (g)				
24   Pat Dowling (g)				
43   Charles Bensley (g)				
44   John Olive (g)				
45   Glen Hierlmeier (f)				
51   Bill Bollin (c)				
53   Marty Andrade (f)				
55   Walt Edgerly (c)				
				
				
				
TOTALS				
OFFICIALSGEORGE STRAUTHERS, JAMES LENN
79 Other Delicious Sandwiches
 HOOSIERS' SCORECARD
J
	FG	FT	PF	TP
34   Harry Joyner (f)				
43   Gary Grieger (f)				
32   Franklin Everett (c-f)				
23   Vernon Payne (g)				
41   Max Walker (g)				
22   Bill Russell (g)				
24   Vernon Pfaff (g)				
25   Kenneth Newsome (g)				
30   Richard Schrumpf (c)				
33   Jack Johnson (f)				
35   Ron McMains (f)				
40   Larry Turpen (g)				
42   Erv Inniger (g)				
45   Gary Leinberger (f)				
				
				
				
				
TOTALS				
WILDCATS' SCORECARD				
	FG	FT	PF	TP
40   Larry Conley (f)				
42   Pat Riley (f)				
55   Thad Jaracz (c)				
10   Louie Dampier (g)				
30   Tommy Kron (g)				
12   Jim LeMaster (g)				
22   Gene Stewart (f)				
24   Bob Tallent (g)				
25   Tommy Porter (f)				
32   Steve Clevenger (g)				
44   Brad Bounds (c)				
45   Cliff Berger (c)				
50   Gary Gamble (f)				
54   Larry Lentz (c)				
				
				
				
TOTALS				
LMES LENNON, STEVE HONZO, and RALPH STOUT
Curb Service  Rain or Shine
PARKETTE DRIVE IN
No. 1  Northeast Beltline . . On Bypass 25  Phone 254-8723 No. 2  Off Beltline Georgetown Rd. U.S. 25  Phone 252-8617
110-Seat, New DINING ROOM At No. 2
-NOW SERVING KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN- CALIFORNIA Golden Bears
The Coach . . .
Starting his sixth season as head basketball coach of the California Golden Bears, Rene Herrerias is a disciple of control basketball whose overall record (58 wins and 65 losses) belie the difficult time that his strategy has given Cal opponents. Herrerias was a 134-pound guard during collegiate days at University of San Francisco and quarterbacked the Dons to the 1949 NIT championship. His first coaching experience came during six years at St. Ignatius High School in San Francisco and he later served four years as chief scout and assistant coach under Pete Newell (now Athletic Director) at California before taking over as head man in 1960.
Golden Bears In '65
Pressure-proof California, a former NCAA National Champion (1959) and only one of the visiting 1965 quintets to have appeared previously (1960) in the UK Invitational, looms as the probable top threat to Kentucky's ambitions toward another tournament success. The Golden Bears, operating from the troublesome ball control offensive pattern, anticipate a bigger and better ball club than the outfit which sank to an 8-13 season last year. There's a good nucleus of returning veterans who are expected to improve plus some promising new faces. In the height department, the Bears offer seven-footer Joun Wardell and junior college transfers Russ Moe and Bruce Steckel, both 6-7. Scoring will be well distributed, making the Bears tough to handle.
Dec Dec. Dec. Dec.
3
4 10 1 1
CALIFORNIA SEASON RECORD
(Won 2, Lost 2)
UC Opp.
San Francisco (A) .............. 62     78 Dec.  17-18 UKIT
^s(ffi'..:::::::::::::::::: P n
Nebraska (H) .................... 68     70 Dec. 20 Oklahoma ...............
Away
2020 South Broadway    PHONE 277-5751     Lexington, Kentucky
ENJOY COCKTAILS IN THE RESTFUL "NEPTUNE LOUNGE"
DINE   IN   THE   "POMPEI ROOM" PRIVATE DINING FACILITIES FOR GROUPS OF 200-300 Entertainment nightly9:00-1:00        Cocktail hour4:00-6:00 KNEELING (left to right)Dan Ready, Morry Longer, Captain Jim Ashcraft, Russ Critchfield, Robby Olson, Steve Smith, Jerry Mosher. STANDING'Head Coach Rene Herrerias, Charlie Perkins, Bob Nichols, Myron Erickson, Eric Unruh, Gary Cornelius, John Warded, Bruce Steckel, Russ Moe, Bob Wolfe, Reggie Kellum, Assistant Coach Jim Padgett.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ROSTER
Name
Pos.
No.
20 Russ Critchfield G
21 Robby Olson G
22 Dan Ready .................................... G
23 Steve Smith ................................. G
24 Morry Longer ................................ G
25 Jim Ashcraft G
30 Dick Vortmann .............................. F
31 Reggie Kellum F
32 Myron Erickson ............................. F
33 Bob Nichols........................... F
34 Charlie Perkins ........................... G
35 Bob Wolfe F
40 John Wardell C
41 Gary Cornelius .............................. C
42 Jerry Mosher ................................ G
43 Eric Unruh C
44 Bruce Steckel C
45 Russ Moe ........................................ F
Class Age Ht. Wt. Ltrs. Hometown
Soph. 19 5-10 155 0                        Salinas, Calif.
Sr. 21 6-1 190 2                   Sacramento, Calif.
Jr. 21 6-4 190 0                      Richmond, Calif.
Jr. 21 6-3 185      1 ........................ Santa Cruz, Calif.
Soph. 19 5-10 165 0                  Los Angeles, Calif.
Sr. 21 5-11 170 1                   Sacramento, Calif.
Sr. 21 6-5 205 1                 San Francisco, Calif.
Soph. 21 6-5 185      0............................ Berkeley, Calif.
Jr. 21 6-5 205 1                         Orland, Calif.
Sr. 21 6-4 190 0               Walnut Creek, Calif.
Jr. 19 6-3 180 1                       Alameda, Calif.
Soph. 19 6-5 185 0                      Piedmont, Calif.
Jr. 20 7-0 220 1                      Pasadena, Calif.
Soph. 20 6-9 215      0...................... Whittier, Calif.
Jr. 21 6-1 200 0                     Woodland, Calif.
Jr. 20 6-6 200      1 ............... Orinda, Calif.
Jr. 20 6-7 210      0 ............ Portola Valley, Calif.
Jr. 20 6-7 225 0                  San Leandro, Calif.
HEAD COACHRene Herrerias (6 Years at UCWon 58, Lost 67) ASST. COACHJim Padgett CAPTAINJim Ashcraft TRAINERJack Williamson MANAGERNed Hoppin
ATHLETIC DIRECTORPete Newell
NicknameGolden Bears PublicistBob Steiner
LocationBerkeley, Calif. Enrollment27,500
1964-65 RecordWon 8, Lost 15 ColorsBlue and Gold
ConferenceAAWU UKIT RecordWon 1, Lost 1 in 1960 THE QUALITY MEN'S STORES OF LEXINGTON
28  Different Varieties of  Pancakes & Waffles Businessman's Luncheon Mon. thru Friday Steaks, Chops, Chicken, Seafood  Also Available
  Private   Dining   Room   For Parties Clubs, Banquets, Etc.
Dine In An Early American Atmosphere Special  Family  Nights & Childrens Portions Informal,  Friendly Service
BILL ELLIS  Manager
DIAL  254-7835
Located On U.S. 27 At S. Lime and Rose Sts. Across From U. of Ky. Medical Cenfer
"Stop  in Whenever  Your Appetite Craves a Treat"
LEXINGTON TRANSIT CORP.
Avoid "Parking Temper"
RIDE THE BUS TO THE GAME
Charters For All Occasions
Phone 255-6470  INDIANA Hoosiers
The Coach . . .
New at the helm of Indiana's hustling Hoosiers this season is capable and determined Lou Watson. The former Indiana star from Jeffersonville, one of the school's all-time high scorers, moved into the pressure-filled role of head coach this year to replace veteran Branch Mc-Cracken, who retired after nearly a quarter-century at I.U. Watson is no stranger to Hoosier fans or opponents, having played as a key man on McCracken teams of the late fortiestwice All-Conference, MVP and captain. He served as freshman coach two seasons, then spent three years in high school ranks before returning to his Alma Mater and becoming McCracken's assistant in 1958.
Hoosiers In '65
Beset by problems stemming from the most inexperienced team in school history, Indiana Coach Lou Watson figured this would be a re-building year in which his squad would bide its time while taking lumps in king-size doses. The Hoosiers are missing the first seven men off last year's outfit, including the entire starting unit, and returnees played so little that they accounted for only 141 of lU's 2,200 points. But disturbing sounds of restlessness are coming from Hoosier-land indicating Indiana may not be content to "wait until next year." Early action showed Watson's team potentially much stronger than had been figured and IU could surprise.
Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.
1
4 6 13
INDIANA SEASON RECORD
(Won 1, Lost 3)
IU Opp.
St. Joseph's (Ind.) (H) ......        76     63 Dec. 17-18 UKIT
Oklahoma (A) .................. 82     83 _ NEXJ GAME
?etrdit  "jm76    103 Dec. 21    Notre Dame ............
Kansas State tH) .............. 'u
Neutral
SWIMMING POOL  TELEPHONES  TELEVISION  AIR CONDITIONED
ROBERT LUTES, Owner
1133 WINCHESTER ROADEASTERN CITY LIMITS, U.S. 60 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
PHONE 252-0777 FIRST ROW (left to right)Vernon Payne, Ervin Inniger, Gary Grieger, Kenneth Newsome, Harry (Butcht Joyner, Franklin Everett. SECOND ROW_Head Coach Lou Watson, Gary Leinberger, Jack Johnson, Richard Schrumpf, Ron McMains, Assistant Coach Don Luft.
THIRD ROWFreshman Coach Tom Bolyard, Larry Turpen, Vern Pfaff, Bill Russell, Max Walker, Bill Fortner (Sr. Manager).
INDIANA UNIVERSITY ROSTER
No. Name Pos.
22 Bill Russell G
23 Vernon Payne ................................ G
24 Vernon Pfaff G
25 Kenneth Newsome G 30 Richard Schrumpf ........................ C
32 Franklin Everett C-F
33 Jack Johnson .................................. F
34 Harry (Butch) Joyner .................... F
35 Ron McMains ................................ F
40 Larry Turpen G
41 Max Walker G
42 Erv Inniger .................................... G
43 Gary Grieger .................................. F
45 Gary Leinberger F
Class Jr.
Soph. Jr.
Soph. Soph. Soph. Jr.
Soph.
Jr.
Jr.
Sr.
Jr.
Sr.
Age
20
20
21 19 19
19
20
20
21 21 21
20
21 19
Ht.
6-0 5-10
5- 8
6- 4 6-9 6-6 6-6 6-4 6-5 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-7
Soph
HEAD COACHBob Watson (First Year As Head Coach) ASST. COACHDon Luft CAPTAINSelected Each Game TRAINERWarren Ariail MANAGER ATHLETIC DIRECTORJ. W. Orwig
Wt. Ltrs. Hometown
180 1 . Columbus, Ind.
145 0 Michigan City, Ind.
175 1 Ellettsville, Ind.
200 0 Okoskie, N. C.
240 0 ............ Galien, Mich.
215 0 Williamston, N. C.
215 1 Greenfield, Ind.
185 0......... New Castle, Ind.
200 1 ....... Frankfort, Ind.
195 1 Bedford, Ind.
170 2 Milwaukee, Wis.
185 1 Berne, Ind.
185 2 Evansville, Ind.
220 0 St. Louis, Mo.
-Bill Fortner
NicknameHoosiers
LocationBloomington, Ind.
1964-65 RecordWon 19, Lost 5
PublicistTom Miller Enrollment23,000 ColorsCream and Crimson ConferenceBig Ten
UKIT RecordFirst Appearance KENTUCKY Wildcats
The Coach . . .
In the past 35 years that Baron Adolph Rupp has guided the basketball fortunes of Kentucky, he has earned and been accorded just about every honor existing in connection with the game. To mention only a few, the "Man in the Brown Suit" is officially recognized as cagedom's winningest coach (720-150-83%); holds the record of coaching four NCAA titlists plus an NIT championship and world Olympic success; has never had a losing season; produced one perfect campaign; became in 1964 one of only two still-active coaches to garner 700 career victories; selected twice as national "Coach of the Year;" and developed more All-Americans (22 players honored 32 times) than any other coach.
Wildcats In'65
Not all of the problems that faced Kentucky going into the current campaign have been satisfactorily ironed out, but the Wildcats' pre-tournament activity has lent hope that the 1965-66 band will be a force to be reckoned with in the national and sectional picture. Early action by UK has been highlighted by the strong play of last season's MVP, forward Pat Riley, and by leading scorer Louie Dampier plus the emergence of a degree of help in the vital pivot position where 6-5 soph Thad Jaracz has come through. The 'Cats still are without the big man to help out on the boards and must depend on speed, excellent shooting and improving defensive play to offset the apparent weakness if they are to pick up an eighth UKIT trophy.
Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.
1
4
KENTUCKY SEASON RECORD
(Won 4, Lost 0)
UK Opp.
,ul oo     ss Dec   17-18 UKIT
Hardin-Simmons (H) ........ 83 bb
Virginia (A) .................... 99     73 _ NEXT GAME
Ulino^ ^)...................... 86     6B Texas Tech .............
Northwestern (H) ............  /0
Away
When in need off good quality printing plates or Negatives in fastest time possible
Go To Or Call Lexington Photo Engraving Co. 223 W. Short St. - Phone 255-5015 For All Letterpress Plates
Lexington Photo-Lith, Inc. 1600 N. Limestone St. - Phone 299-1378 For Offset Plates and Negatives.
"^LEXINGTON""" FRONT ROW (left to right)Head Coach Adolph Rupp, Gene Stewart, Pat Riley, Louie Dampier, Bob Tallent, Steve Clevenger, Jim Le-Master and Assistant Coach Harry Lancaster. BACK ROWTommy Porter, Gary Gamble, Tommy Kron, Cliff Berger, Larry Lentz, Brad Bounds, Thad Jaracz, Larry Conley, and Student Manager Mike Harreld.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY VARSITY ROSTER
No.         Name Ps. Class Exp. Age Ht.
10 Louie Dampier G Jr. WL 20 6-0
12 Jim LeMaster G Soph. FN 18 6-2
22 Gene Stewart F Jr. 0 20 6-2
24 Bob Tallent G Soph. FN 19 6-1
25 Tommy Porter F Soph. FN 19 6-3 30 Tommy Kron G-F Sr. 2VL 21 6-5 32 Steve Clevenger G Soph. FN 19 6-0 40 Larry Conley F Sr. 2VL 21 6-3 42 Pat Riley F >< 1VL * 6-3
44 Brad Bounds C Jr. 0 20 6-5
45 Cliff Berger C Soph. FN 8 6-8 50 Gary Gamble F Soph. FN 18 6-4
54 Larry Lentz C Sr. 0 21 6-8
55 Thad Jaracz C Soph. FN 6-5
HEAD COACHAdolph Rupp (35 Years at UK
ASSISTANTSHarry Lancaster and Joe CAPTAINAppointed each game TRAINERSpike Kerns MANAGER ATHLETIC DIRECTORBernie Shively
Wt. Hometown
167 Indianapolis, Ind.
188 ...................................... Paris, Ky.
187 Brookville, Ind. 179 .................................. Langley, Ky.
188 .................................... Gracey, Ky.
202 Owensboro, Ky.
185 ............................. Anderson, Ind.
172 Ashland, Ky.
205 Schenectady, N. Y.
207 Bluffton, Ind.
225 ...... .......... Centralia, III.
185 .............................. Earlington, Ky.
217 Lakeview, Ohio
230 Lexington, Ky.
Won 720, Lost 150) Hall
-Mike Harreld
NicknameWildcats LocationLexington, Ky. ColorsBlue and White 1964-65 RecordWon 15, Lost 10
PublicistsKen Kuhn and
Bill Baxter Enrollment15,000 ConferenceSoutheastern
UKIT RecordWon 19, Lost 5 in 12 Appearances Champions 1953, 1954, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963 NEW AND USED BOOK CENTER ON CAMPUS
University Book Store
LOCATED IN THE STUDENT CENTER
Contemporary or Early American at its best
ESTABLISHED 1893
FREE PARKING AT SIDE DOOR, 425 W. MAIN ST. . . . OPEN MONDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9