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Hiqh School AthMe 




ELIZABETHTOW'N HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1970 









(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. R. Bruce, L. Jaggers, S. West, M. 
Karmon, J. Castle, S. Applegate. Second Row: Stat. C. Knowles, G. Peter- 
sen, E. Lewis, D. Walters, V. Hartlage, J. Maher, R. Raber. Third Row: 
Coach R. Myers, R. Thomas, J. Dupin, K. Doyle, K. Clark, D. Sexton, Coach 
B. Crane. 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 






AUGUST, 1970 




KENTLTCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 22, 1970 
Louisville Male High School Track. Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1970 




(Left to Right) Front Row: P. Richie, K. Creech, N. Coleman, T. McKane, C. Caffey, R. 
CampbeU. B. Smith, E. Love, L. Tennyson, E. Hill, M. Johnson, C. Owen, D. Caffey, J. While, 
Second Row: E. James, D. Brittle, J. McCoUum, R. Butler, D. Murray, C. Duncan, W. Gordon, B. 
Scott, A. Long, H. Dallum, W. Burks, M. Long, R. Carpenter, M. Carter, D. Brittle, C. Childers, 
T. Witherspoon. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1- Pettway-Seneca 

2. James-Male 

3. Epps-Central 

4. Bedford-Westport 

5. Sims-Thomas Jefferson 



180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

Craft-Southern 
Ralston-Central 
Childers-Male 
Garr-Thomas Jefferson 
Mitchell-Westport 



Time-9.8 



Time-19.9 



220 Yard Dash- 



1. Pettway-Seneca 

2. Epps-Central 

3. Riner-Eastern 

4. Bell-Manual 

5. Zalampas-Southern 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Seneca 

2. Male 

3. Thomas Jefferson 

4. Southern 

5. Valley 



High Jump — 

1. Childer-Male 

2. Walthall-Fern Creek 

3. Glass-St. Xavier 

4. O'Bryan-St. Xavier 

0. Wade-Jesse Stuart 

Height-6'3" 

Long Jump — 

1. Collins-Butler 

2. Douglas-Atherton 

3. Northington-Thomas Jefferson 

4. Stapp-Jesse Stuart 

5. Powell-Vallev 



Time-21.5 



440 Yard Dash— 
1. Epps-Central 



Seneca set 
with their time of 1:28.4 



Timie-1:28.4 
new state record 



McCoy-Eastern 
Riner-Eastern 
Beard-Male 
Baumer-Durrett 



Time-49.2 



Mile Run — 

Si\'ori-DeSales 
Hartledge-DeSales 
Cook-Seneca 
Luttrell-Pleasure Ridge Park 



1. 



880 Yard Run — 

SpruiU-Jeffersontown 

Tennyson-Male 

Goers-Weslport 

Carpenter-Male 

Summit-Fairdale 



Time-9:45.4 



1. 



3. 
4. 



Mile Relay — 

1. Male 

2. Westport 

3. Southern 

5. Thomas Jefferson 



Time-1:56.4 



Time-3:19.5 



Mile Run — 



Shol Put— 



1. Pontrich-DeSales 

2. Wrenn-Atherton 

3. Zoeller-Bishop David 

4. Heheman-Butler 

5. Walls-Iroquois 



1. McCollum-Male 

2. Vessels-Fern Creek 

3. Skmner-Eastern 

4. Sullivan-Southern 

5. Wyatt-Valley 



Time-4:21.0 



Distance-58'6" 



120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Lo\e-Male 

2. Young-Jeffersontown 

3. Fischer-Atherton 

4. Slapp-Jesse Stuart 

5. Ferguson-Manual 



Pole Vault- 



1. ('airipl.tll-E.-istern 

2. Wol-ii-Flagot 

3. Cunnmgham-Flaget 

4. Miller-Atherton 

5. Schmitt-St. Xavier 



Time-14.6 



Height-13'6" 



Distance-22' 5 3/4" 



Discus — 

1. Hovey-St 



Xavier 

2. Vessels-Fern Creek 

3. Bates-Doss 

4. Korte-Flaget 

5. Sullivan-Southern 



Distance-154' 5 1/2" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Male 45 

Eastern 21 

Seneca 21 

Central _ 20 

DeSales 17 

Southern 14 

Atherlon 13 

Westport 13 

Butler 12 

Fern Creek 12 

St. Xavier 12 

Jeffersontown 10 

Thomas Jefferson _. 10 

Bishop David 9 

Flaget 9 

Jesse Stuart 5 

Valley 3 

Ma,nual 3 

Doss 3 

Durrelt 1 

Fairdale 1 

Iroquois 1 

Pleasure Ridge Park 1 



The Kentucky Hi^b School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Ketitiicky High School Athletic Association 



VOL XXXIII— No. 1 



AUGUST, 1970 



$1.00 Per Year 



Report of Audit 



1350 South Ist St. 
Louisville, Ky. 
July 15th, 1970 

Mr. Theodore A. Sanford, Secretary and Treasurer, 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association, 
Lexi.ngton, Kentucky 

Dear Mr. Sanford: 

Pursuant to instructions received, we have made an 
Audit of the Books and Records of the KENTUCKY HIGH 
SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION for the period of one 
year, beginning July 1st, 1969, and ending June 30th, 1970. 
In addition we have prepared and attach hereto State- 
ments of Receipts and Disbursements which, in our opin- 
ion, reflect the true financial condition of the association 
as of June 30th, 1970. 

The Cash Funds and the U. S. Savings Bonds Account 
were found to be correct and verified by letter from 
your depositories. 

We find the records presented to us for the purpose 
of Audit to be in agreement and in good condition. 

Respectfully Submitted 

Huet L. Johnson, 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

PERIOD FROM JULY 1, 1969, TO JUNE 30, 1970 

STATEMENT OF 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July I, 1969 _S 16,942.05 

Annual Dues: 358 W S3. 00 S 1,074.00 

Officials' Dues: 

Football: 650 & S3.00 1,950.00 

Basketball: 1464 a S3.00 4,392.00 

Baseball: 550 kv S3.00 1,650.00 

Wrestling: 23 fi S3. 00 69.00 

Reciprocity Officials: 

Football: 64 « SI. 00 64.00 

Basketball: 50 ® SI. 00 50.00 

Baseball: 2 'a Sl.OO 2.00 

Officials' Fines 230.00 

Redeposits (Bad checks made good) 36.00 

Adverlisi,ng in Magazine 1,895.00 

Sale of Publications 618,60 

Sale of Equipment 20.00 

Sale of U.S. Treasury Bills 119,685.73 

Tickets Sales — Annual Meeting 560,00 

Interest Rec'd from Certificates of 

Deposit & Savings Acc'ts 2,886.73 

Interest Rec'd from U. S. Bonds & 

Treasury Bills 4,121.77 

Sale — 1st Security Natl Bank & Trust 

Co.— Saving Certificates 60,000.00 

Transferred from State Basketball 

Tournament Account 186,232.87 

Refunds 55.00 

Receipts — State Baseball Tournament 1,534.00 
Football Playoffs: 

A & AA Ticket Sales S 15,108.50 

AAA Ticket Sales _ 29,817.00 

A, AA & AAA Program Profit _ 1,476.69 

A, AA & AAA Program State Tax 52.19 

Radio Fee __ 25.00 

Wrestling Tournament: 

State Tournament Receipts 2,235.83 

Regional Tournament Profits 368.40 

Track Meets: 

State Meets Receipts (Lexington) 750.00 

State Meet Profits (Louisville) __ 608.42 

Receipts — State Swim Meets 953.50 

Receipts — State Gymnastics Meet __ 183.50 438,705.73 

S 455,647.78 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Board of Control Expense £ 

Commissioner's Salary (Base Sal. S20,500) 

Expense-Commissioner's Office 

Ass't Commissioners' Salaries (Base Sal. S29,500) 
Travel Expense —Assistant Commissioners 

Secretarial Salaries 

Janitor's Salary _ 

Poslage _ 

Office Supplies 

Janitor's Supplies 

Ne\v Equipment 

Insurance _. __ __ 

Equipment Repairs & Service Contracts 

Blue Cross and Blue Shield 

Building Repairs & Grounds Maintenance 

Utilities _ .. _ 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Fidelity Bonds 

Printing __ __ 

Appropriation to K.A.P.O.S. _ 

Appropriation to Ky. Div. G.W.S. 

Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Nat'l Fed. Meetings 

National Federation Dues 

Film Rental _ . _ 

Audit 

Refunds . _ __ 

Bad Checks 

Miscellaneous Disbursements .-. 

Meals — An,nual Banquet 

Speaker — Annual Banquet 

Taxes and Withholdings: 

Federal Income Tax Withheld -S 10,941.00 

Social Security _. __ ._ 4,147.66 

City Income Tax Withheld _ 1,035.12 

State Income Tax Withheld 1,756.48 

State Sales and Use Taxes ._ 3,112.07 



Transfer of Funds: 

U. S. Treasury Bills 

Insurance Subsidy __. 

K.H.S.A.A. Retirement Fu^d 

Magazine: 

Printing and Engravings „ 
Mailing 



6,376.06 
280.00 



Officials' Division: 

Honorariums & Expenses-Clinics 865.45 

Pri.nting & Miscellaneous Expenses 108.66 

Schools for Officials 2,399.36 

Expenses-Regional Clinics 473.03 

Officials' Emblems 1,785.55 



Swimming: 

State Committee Expense 

Trophies & Medals (Slate Meets) 

Officials (Slate Meets) 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) ._ .__ __ _ _. 

Pool Rental & Additional Services 
Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(State Meets) 



Golf: 



Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(Slate Tournament) 

Trophies and Awards 

Regional Tournament Expense __ 

State Tournament Expense 

Miscellaneous Expenses 



Tennis: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournament) 

Trophies and Balls 

Expenses-Tournament Managers 



552.92 
926.72 
372.58 

3,187.10 
666.05 



2,231.61 

1,830.72 

177.12 

534.55 

5.00 



1,195,30 

2,949.50 

222.25 



8,574.62 

15,604.60 

682.73 

22,001.77 

1,995.71 

14,229.07 

1,590.20 

3,320.92 

1,583.55 

51.18 

2,076.45 

972.10 

764.29 

1,898.17 

150.70 

1,201.20 

1,775.50 

45.00 

4,440.64 

300.09 

500.00 

5,565.48 

7,600.54 

206.50 

356.75 

150.00 

3.20 

33.00 

27.00 

2,550.00 

214.20 



179,117.73 
33,355.00 
15,000.00 



5,630.05 



5,770.37 



4,779.00 



{Continued on Page Twelve) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



AUGUST, 1970 



VOL. XXXIII— No. 1 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky HiKh School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication. Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington. Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

.■Assistant Editor ... _ J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor __ BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor __ . JEAN AUSTIN 

Lexington, Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
Piesident Don Davis (1967-1S71), Fort Thomas 

Vice.President W. H. Crovvdus (1968-1971). Franklin 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974). Valley Station; 
Morton Combs •1968-1972), Carr Creek: James T. Dotson 
(19U8-1972). PikeviUe; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973). Morganfield: Roy L. Win- 
chester (1970-1974), Bethlehem, 

Subscription Rate $1,00 per year 



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Foolball Clinics 

The 1970 clinics for football officials and 
coaches will be conducted by Assistant Commis- 
sioner Billy V. Wise, The dates and sites of the 
clinics are as follows: August 10, Bell County High 
School. Pine\ille, 7:30 p,m,; August 11, Hazard 
High School, 7:30 p.m,; August 12, Prestonsburg 
High School, 7:30 p,m; August 13, Paul G, Blazer 
High School. Ashland, 7:30 p,m.; Augu.st 17, Hen- 
derson High School, 7:30 p.m.; August 18, Reid- 
land Community Bldg., Paducah, 7:30 p.m.; August 
19, Mayfield High School. 7:30 p,m,; August 20, 
Hopkinsville High School, 7:30 p,m,; August 21, 
Reservoir Hill, Rec, Center, Bowling Green, 7:30 
p.m.; August 25. Kentucky Hotel, Louisville. 7:30 
p,m.; August 26, Transylvania College, Lexington, 
7:30 p,m,; August 30, Campbell County High 
School, Alexandria, 2:00 p,m. 

Registration of Officials 

Football and basketball officials previously 
registered have received their renewal application 
cards for the 1970-71 school year. Three hundred 
seventy-three of these officials failed to file their 
1969-70 reports on or before the deadline set by 
the Board of Control for the submitting of reports, 
and it was necessary to impose fines on these of- 
ficials who failed to comply with Association rules. 
It is an Association requirement that each regis- 
tered official attend the clinic in the sport in which 
he is registered. Thirty-five football officials, one 
hundred thirty-seven basketball officials, and six- 
ty-four baseball officials were suspended in 1969- 
70 for failure to attend clinics 

Attention, Principals! 

Each principal of a K.H.S.A.A. member school 
will be supplied during the forthcoming school 
year with a card which will say: "Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association — This will introduce 
'name of principal), (name of school)." The card 
will be signed by the Commissioner. Most ad- 
ministrators of Association member schools admit 
to their home contests fellow administrators as a 
matter of school policy. However, many times 
these visitors hesitate to identify themselves to the 
ticket takers. The card mentioned will assist in 
this identification. 

The identification cards are not to be con- 
sidered as regular season passes to home games 
of member schools of the K,H,S,A,A, The deter- 
mining factor in the cards being accepted as passes 
is the policy of the individual school. 

The identification card may be used for ad- 
mission to all events at the state level except the 
State Basketball Tournament, A different plan for 
issuing these passes, along with passes to the dis- 
trict and regional basketball tournaments, is pro- 
vided in basketball tournament regulations. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H,S.A.A. 
office, Lexington, on Thursday morning, June 4, 
1970, The meeting was called to order by President 
Ralph C, Dorscy at 10:00, with Board members 
Morton Combs, W, H, Crowdus, Don Davis, Tom 
Mills, and Richard Vincent; Commissioner Theo, A, 
Sanford, and Assistant Coinmissioners J, B. Mans- 
field and Billy V. Wise present. The invocation 
was given by W. H, Crowdus, 

Don Davis moved, seconded by W. H, Crowdus, 
that the reading of the minutes of the April 16th 
meeting be waived since members of the Board 
had received copies of these minutes. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner presented certain suggested 
changes in K.H,S.A.A, regulations. These were: In 
Girls' Track, eliminate the 75- Yard Dash from the 
list of events, change 70-yard Hurdles to 80-Yard 
Hurdles, and add the Mile Relay; 

Change Gymnastics Rule VI, Scoring, to read 
as follows: "The scores earned by the top three 
determine the team score for that event. The event 
score, excluding the Ail-Around score, shall be 
addeii to determine the final team score. An in- 
dividual's scores in the Olympic events (six for 
men -floor exercise, horizontal bar, long horse 
vault, parallel bars, rings, side horse; four for 
women-balance beam, floor exercise, side horse 
vaulting, uneven parallel bars) shall be added to 
yield the individual's All-Around score," 

W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by Richard 
Vincent, that the rules changes recommended by 
the Commissioner be adopted. The motion was car- 
ried unanimously, 

W, H. Crowdus, a member of the Retirement 
Committee, made a report for his committee in the 
absence of Chairman Foster J. Sanders. He pre- 
sented a Pension Plan Agreement for executives 
which had been prepared by the Retirement Com- 
mittee with the assistance of Attorney Calvert T. 
Roszell. Copies of the agreement were given to 
members of the Board. Mr, Crowdus explained the 
plan and was assisted by the Commissioner in 
answering questions concerning the agreement. 
After a discussion of the plan, W, H, Crowdus 
moved, seconded by Tom Mills, that the Pension 
Agreement for executives prepared by the Retire- 
ment Committee be accepted by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association through its Board 
of Control; that the plan be put into effect as of 
June 5, 1970; and that the funds presently in the 
K.H,S,A.A. Retirement Fund, in the approximate 
amount of $63,000.00, none of which has been al- 
located to any express retirement plan, be applied 
for the purpose of funding this .Agreement, The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

It was suggested at this time that the Board go 
into executive session for discussion of salaries. At 
the conclusion of the session, after the return of 
Messrs, Sanford, Mansfield, and Wise, Richard 
V"incent moved, seconded by Morton Combs, that 
Commissioner Theo, A, Sanford be re-elected for 
a period of one year, beginning July 1, 1970, at an 
annual salary of $21,500,00; and that the annual 
salaries of Assistant (Commissioners Mansfield and 
Wise be set respectively at $18,500,00 and 
$13,500,00, The motion was carried unanimously. 

Speaking for the Personnel and Policy Com- 
mittee, Richard Vincent moved, seconded by Mor- 
ton Comb,s, that a transfer of $10,000,00 be made 
from the (General Fund to the Retirement Fund, 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that in June of 19G9 
the Personnel and Policy Committee, acting under 
a directive of the Board of Control, had employed 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



Page Three 



Girls' Tennis Winners 



Thomas Jefferson Rifle Team Wins 





(Left to Right) Jane Wheeler. Susan Sturma, 
Coach Roy Walton, Tates Creek, state champion- 
ship doubles team. (Inset) Teri Tafel, Sacred Heart, 
state singles champion. 

Billy V. Wise as an Assistant Commissioner for a 
period of approximately four years, said action 
of the Committee having been approved in the 
Board meeting of August IG, 1969. He recommend- 
ed that the present term of Assistant Commis- 
sioner Wise be considered as terminating on June 
30, 1973, this to allow the terms of all e.xecutives 
to expire at the ends of the fiscal years involved. 
Tom Mills moved, seconded by W. H. Crowdus, 
that the recommendation of the Commissioner be 
accepted. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner presented to the Board the 
1970-71 K.H.S.A.A. budget, tlie budget being 
amended to include the salaries for tlie executives 
mentioned. The estimated receipts are $240,950.00, 
and estimated disbursements are $240,350.00. Don 
Davis moved, seconded by W. H. Crowdus, that 
the 1970-71 budget as presented be adopted. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Don Davis of the Building Commit- 
tee made a report for his committee. He stated tliat 
the Building Committee had been negotiating with 
the University of Kentucky for a building site of 
approximately one acre in size on which to con- 
struct a new K.H.S.A.A. office building, the site 
involved being on Cooper Drive near the present 
E.T.V. Building. He stated that the K.H.S.A.A. 
needed to expand its facilities, and that the Uni- 
versity of Kentucky was interested in purchasing 
the present K.H.S.A.A. Office Building to expand 
its educational facilities. Mr. Davis further stated 
that appraisals on both properties had been made 
by appraisal firms representing the University of 
Kentucky and the K.H.S.A.A., and that the pur- 
chase prices had been agreed upon by the Build- 
ing Committee and by certain representatives of 
the Universitv of Kentucky. Don Davis moved, 
seconded by Tom Mills, that" the K.H.S.A.A. Build- 
ing Committee be directed to have plans and speci- 
fications prepared for the proposed new K.H.S. 
A. A. building, and that the President and Secre- 
tary be authorized to sign for the Board of Con- 
trol and the K.H.S.A.A. a sale and purchase con- 
tract with the University of Kentucky for the 
transfer of certain property owned by each party, 
said sale and purchase contract having first had 
the approval of the Association's attorney. The mo- 
tion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner discussed with members of 
the Board a reciuest of Ath. Dir. Pete Grigsb.y, 
Jr., of the McDowell High School, that K.H.S.A.A. 
Basketball Rule IX, Section C, be amended to 
provide district tournament seeding of the two top 
teams in each district: and that seeding by con- 
ference standings be included in the rule as a fifth 



(Left to Righl) Front Row: Winona Pittelko. Susan 
Webb. Second Row; Mark Ray, Harold Farmer, Jr., Rich- 
ard Volz. (Insetl Paul Pasky, Seneca, individual cham- 
pion. 

The Thomas Jefferson Higli School Rifle team 
won the 9tli State Rifle Cliampionship on April 25, 
with the team score of 1363. It was the first state 
win for the Jefferson County school. Paul Pasky 
of the Seneca High School won individual honors 
with 284 points. 

Five teams competed in the tournament, which 
was held at the Thomas Jefferson High School. 
Major Russell Bittle of the Louisville Male Higli 
School managed the tournament. Male High Scliool 
was second in scoring witli 1342, and Paul Blazer 
High Scliool was third with 1307. Team and indi- 
\'idual scores were as follows: 

Tliomas Jefferson (1363)— Ray, 276; Volz, 273; 
Farmer, 273; Webb, 271; Pittelko, 270. 

Male (1342)^Mullen, 282; Reed, 276; Miller, 
266: Woods, 262; Malone. 256. 

Paul Blazer (1307)— Stamper, 271; Daniel, 269; 
We.ssel, 266; Caldwell, 253, Calvert, 248. 

Owensboro (1298)— Matthews, 276; McGehee, 
270: Reel, 268; Pate, 243, Williams, 232. 

Seneca (1266)— Pasky, 284; Avdt. 258; Trask, 
255; M. Demuth, 242, J. Demuth, 227. 

method of seeding. It was the opinion of Board 
members tliat seeding may work out very well in 
many districts, but that it would not be advisable 
to amend the rule involved so that seeding the 
two top teams in each district would be manda- 
tory. The Commissioner pointed out that the foiu- 
methods of seeding listed in K.H.S.A.A. Basketball 
Rule IX-C are only suggested methods, and that 
seeding by conference standings could be done in 
any basketball district by ma.jority vote of the 
school representatives involved. 

The Board set October 3 as the date for its fall 
meeting. 

Tom Mills moved, seconded by Richard Vincent, 
that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning April 1, 1970, and ending May 31. 1970, be 
allowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned, 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 16, 1970 
Lafayette High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1970 




Lefl lo Righl! Fronl Row: Mqr. B. Charllon, T. Snow.len D Be"9-, M. KoUras, N. Freeman. B. CruJcher, P. 

Crewe, R. King. W. Freeman. Second Row: K. Day, J. Wright, B. Moberly. C. Caudill, D. Marshall. G. Taylor, S. 

Short, Coach H. Barnell. Mgr. S. Wilson. Third Row: D. Higgfns, D. Eckdahl. S. Grady. J. Tiedje. R. Jones, J. 
Palmer. M. Houp. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. CoUins-MadisonviUe-No. Hop- 

kins 

2. Hamilton-Bryan Station 

3. Wilson-Paducah Tilgliman 

4. Gallicliio-Newport Catholic 

5. Welch-Elizabethtown 

Time-10.0 
220 Yard Dash— 

1. Taylor-Lafayette 

2. Wilson-Paducah Tilghman 

3. Collins-Madisonville-No. Hop- 

kins 

4. Briggs-Franklin-Simpson 

5. Gallichio-Newport 'Catholic 

Time-22.3 
440 Yard Dash— 

1. Taylor-Lafayette 

2. Cleaner-Meade County 

3. Posey-Henderson County 

4. Wehmeyer-Newport Catholic 
■5. Haw'kins-Paducah Tilghman 

Time-50.1 



120 Yard High Hurdles— 



Jones-Lafayette 
Redfern-Owensboro 
Taylor-Simon Kenton 
Sims-Shepherdsville 
Dixon-LaRue County 



Time-14.3 



180 Yard Low Hurdles — 

1. Jones-Lafayette 

2. Redfern-Owensboro 

3. Taylor-Simon Kenton 

4. Slms-Shepherdsville 

5. Wilson-Fleming County 



Time-20.0 



830 Yard Relay— 

1. Lafayette 

2. Newport Catholic 

3. Elizabethtown 

4. Paducah Tilghman 

5. Owensboro 



880 Yard Run— 

1. Young-Somerset 

Peterson -Elizabethtown 
Segeser-Tates Creek 
Heilman-Highlands 
Milburn-Daviess County 

Time-1:.59.6 
Mile Run — 

1. Smith-Knox Central 

2. Grady-Covington Catholic 

3. Bruins-Bryan Station 

4. Graddick-Owensboro 

5. Welch-Paducah Tilghman 

Time-4:32.4 
2 Mile Run — 

1. Pusey-Fort Knox 

2. Hadley-Adair County 

3. Gregory-Covington Catholic 

4. Dawson-Danville 

5. Caudill-Lafayette 

Time-9:32.2 
Pusey set a new slate record with 
his time of 9:32.2. 



Time-1:30.7 

Mile Relay — 

1. Lafayette 

2. Henderson County 

3. Newport Catholic 

4. Paducah Tilghman 

5. Elizabethtown 

Time-3:25.3 

Shot Put— 

1. Weathers-Woodford County 

2. Skelton-Covington Catholic 

3. Roof-Paducah Tilghman 

4. Wilson-Union County 

5. Shavers-Boyd County 



Distance-52'10 1/2" 



Pole Vault— 



1. Nonwieler-Daviess County 

2. Riley-North Marshall 

3. Elam-Bryan Station 

4. VonHandoke-Newport Catholic 

5. Bottoms-Paul Blazer 
Hagerman-Russell County 

Height-13' 



High Jump — 

1. Wilson-Union County 

2. Chapman-Bryan Station 

3. Embree-LaRue County 

4. Kleykamp-Paul Blazer 

5. Thomas-Danville 
Duty-North Hardin 
Turner-Mayfield 

Height-6'4 1/4" 

Long Jump — 

1. Embree-LaRue County 

2. Freeman-Lafayette 

3. Wilson-Union County 

4. Montgomery-Elizabetlitown 

5. Dawson-Danville 

Distance-22'3 1/2" 

Triple Jump — 

1. Briggs-Franklin Simpson 

2. Dawson-Danville 

3. Wilson-Union County 

4. Garrett-Paducah Tilghman 

5. Plunkett-Covington Catholic 

Distance-47'5" 
Briggs set a new state record with 
his distance of ATS", 

Discus — 

1. Bates-Elizabethtown 

2. Wilson-Union County 

3. Fischesser-Covington Catholic 

4. Bolton-Scott County 

5. Borders-Glasgow 

Distance-142'9" 
TOTAL POINTS 

Lafayette 41 

Paducah Tilghman 18 

Union County 18 

Elizabethtown 17 

Covington Catholic 15 

Newport Catholic 14 

Bryan Station _ 14 

Ov^ensboro H 

LaRue County 10 

Madisonville-No. Hopkins 9 

Franklin Simpson 8 

Danville 7 1/3 



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Page Five 



Henderson County _ 7 

Daviess County 7 

Woodford County 6 

Simon Kenton 6 

Knox Central _ G 

Tomersst __ S 

Fort Knox _ 6 



Shepherdsville 4 

Meade County 4 

North Marsliall 4 

Adair County _ 4 

Tatcs Creek 3 

Paul Blazer 2 1/2 

Highlands 2 



Scott County 2 

Boyd County 1 

Fleming County 1 

Glasgow _ 1 

Russell 1/2 

North Hardin 1/3 

Mayfield 1/3 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 22, 1970 
Eastern High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 197U 





'1 *-* . w" r^ 



50 Yard Hurdles— 


440 Yard Dash— 




Shol 


1. Samuels-Male 


1- Dow-Eastern 




1 


2. Bishop-Thomas Jefferson 


2, Houchin-Vallev 




2 


3. Smitli-Shawnee 


3. Kleniert-Sacred 


Heart 


3 


4. Patterson-Ballard 


4. Martm-Eastern 




4 


5, DeLozier-Southern 


5, Lovo-Din-rett 


Time-58,3 






(Left io Right! Front Row: C. Dow, N. Owens, S. Davis, P. Best, K. Cooper, K. Smith, B. Trowel, T. Smith, L. 
Watscn. M. Schultz, P. James, J. Segner. Second Row: Co 'ch T. Ab'^ott, K. Krawiec, H. Trowel, C. Brown, D. 
Shelburn, M. Martin, W. Martin, S. Hardin, D. McCoy, L. Mussman, L. Gildea, J. Smith, F. Thornton, A. Woods. 



White-Male 
Jordan-Central 
Holman-Fern Creek 
Barnett-Valley 
Presley-Iroquois 

Distance-36' 



Discus — 

1. Lalia-Soiithern 

2. Elhs-Jesse Stuart 

3. Riley-Jeffersontown 
•4. Holman-Fern Creek 
5. White-Male 

Distance-116'5" 
Laha set a new state record with 
her distance of 116'5". 

High Jump — 

1. Hughes-Central 

2. Smith-Eastern 

3. Undervvood-Fairdale 

4. Hoskins-Angela Merici 

5. Gillespie-Sacred Heart 

Height-4'11 1/4" 



Time-7.2 
70 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Samuels-Male 

2. Titus-Thomas Jefferson 

3. Patterson-Ballard 

4. Smith-Slrawnee 

5. Hardin-Eastern 

Time-9.1 
Samuels set a new stale record 
with her time of 9.1. 
50 Yard Dash— 

1. Cochran-Sliawnee 

2. McManus-Central 

3. Mattingly-Westport 

4. Martin-Eastern 

5. Sweeney-Durrett 



Dow set a new state record with 
her time of 58.3. 

880 Yard Run— 

1. Dow-Eastern 

2. Lovo-Durrett 

3. Holt-Central 

4. Sweeney-Durrett 

5. Shelbourne-Eastern 



Time-2:23.5 



75 Yard Dash— 

1. Cochran-Shawnee 

2. McManus-Central 

3. Davis-Eastern 

4. Martin-Eastern 

5. Sweeney-Thomas 



Cochran set a new 
with her time of 8.6. 
100 Yard Dash— 

1. McManus-Central 

2. Dav'is-Eastern 

3. Logan-Central 

4. Sadler-Fairdale 

5. Thornton-Eastern 



Time-6.: 



Jefferson 



Time-8.6 
state record 



440 Yard Relay — 

1. Eastern 

2. Male 

3. Shawnee 

4. Ballard 

5. Thomas Jefferson 



Eastern set a new 
wilh their time of 49.7. 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. Eastern 

2. Male 

3. Fern Creek 

4. Thomas Jefferson 

5. Valley 



Time-49.7 
slate record 



Long Jump — 



Samuels-Male 

Buck-Western 

Vutiiro-Iroquois 

Mereditli-Durrett 

Carter-Male 



Distance-17 



Time-11.3 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. McManus-Central 

2. Cochran-Shawnee 

3. Sadler-Fairdale 

4. Trowell-Eastern 

5. Davis-Eastern 



Eastern set a new state 
with their time of 1:44.5. 

880 Yard Medley Relay — 

1. Eastern 

2. Vallev 

3. Male 

4. Durrett 

5. Shawnee 



Time-1:44.5 

record 



TOTAL POINTS 

Eastern 53 

Male 37 

Central 36 

Shawnee — 25 

Thomas Jefferson , — 13 

Durrett --- 13 

Valley U 

Fern Creek 8 

Southern 7 



Fairdale 
Iroquois 



McManus set a 
with her lime of 25.2. 



Time-25.2 
new slate record 



Tiine-1:52.9 

Eastern tied the slate record with 
their time of 1:52.9. 



Sacred Heart 4 

Jesse Stuart - 4 

Western 4 

Westport 3 

Jeffersontown - - — 3 

Angela Merici ^ 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 16, 1970 
Bardstown High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1970 




(Lefl to Righl) Front Row: James Biven, Dale Downs, Jerry Willett. Second Row: Ricky Hill, Mark Mathis, Joe 

Lee Phillies, Mike Wickliffe. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Paiks-Hanodsburg 
2- Coles-Fort Campbell 

3. Sprague-Bellevue 

4. Wickliffe-Baidstowii 

5. Brooks-Batli Countv 

Time-9.7 
220 Yard Dash— 

1. Parks-HarrodsbLirg 

2. Johnson-South Marshall 

3. Sprague-Bellevue 

4. Hardin-Burgin 

5. Potter-Elkhorn City 

Tiine-22.5 

440 Yard Dash— 

1 



180 Yard Low Hurdles- 

1. West-Fort Campbell 

2. Honeycutt-Hiseville 

3. White-Dayton 

4. Reed-Jenkins 

n Francis-Raceland 

Time-21.2 
880 Yard Relay — 

1. Frankfort 

2. Fort Campbell 

3. Bardstown 

4. Burgin 

5. Bath County 



Triple Jump — 



1. 



3. 
4. 
5. 



880 



Stoerzer-Lexington Catholic 

2. Hamilton-Crittenden County 

3. Rankin-Boyle County 

4. Cooper-West Hardin 

5. Spraeue-Bellevue 

Time-51.3 
Yard Run — 
1. 



Mile Relay- 



Time-1:32.7 



1. 



Woolfoik-Providence 

2. Mathis-Bardstown 

3. Grobneier-Carroll County 

4. Northern-Russellville 

5. Coffev-Monticello 

Time-2:04.6 
Mile Run — 

1. Hill-Bardstown 

2. Jergent-Fleming-Neon 

3. Picklesimer-Raceland 

4. Dannaker-St. Mary's 

■5. Lehew-Bishop Brossart 

Time-4:36.1 
2 Mile Run — 

1. Daffron-Monticello 

2. Shields-St. Mary's 

3. McGowan-Frankfort 

4. Eddy-Dayton 

5. Wright-Jenkins 

Time 10:02. 
120 Yard High Hurdles— 
1 Uone.Ncutt-Hiscville 
Francis-Raceland 
Webb-Lexington Catholic 
Moore-Boyle County 
Pawlukiewiez-Fort Campbell 
Time 15.6 



2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



Frankfort 

2. Fort Campbell 

3. Bardstown 

4. Carroll County 

5. Pineville 

Time-3:30.1 
Shot Put — 

1. Yates-Ballard County 

2. Bushong-Tompkinsville 

3. Rogers-Frankfort 

4. Ikerd-K.M.L 

5. Potter-Elkhorn City 

Distance 51' 
Pole Vault — 



6 1/2" 



Cliildress-Murray 
.lones-Tompkinsville 
Delaney-Bellevue 
Wander-K.M.I. 
Tackctt- Jenkins 

Height-ir 
High Jump — 

1. Wheeler-Crittenden County 

2. Bachelor-Eminence 
Berry-Frankfort 
Brooks-Mt. Sterling 
Rosenbaum-K.M.I. 

Height-6' 1/4" 
Long Jump — 



3. 
4. 
5. 



1 



Bivms-Bardstown 
Reed-Jenkins 
McKinney-Russellville 
Glossner-Bishop Brossart 
Roche-Le.xington Catholic 
Distance-21' 3 3/4" 



Bivins-Bardsto\yn 
Berry -Frankfort 
Yates-Ballard County 
Smoot- Williamsburg 
Glossner-Bishop Brossart 

Distance-46' 1/4" 
Discus — 

1. Hathaway-Providence 

2. Bushong-Tompkinsville 

3. Rodgers-Frankfort 

4. Hall-K.M.I. 

5. Walton-Davton 

Distance-154' 3 1/4" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Bardstown 30 

Frankfort 28 

Fort Campbell 18 

Providence 12 

Tompkinsville 12 

Harrodsburg 12 

Crittenden County 10 

Hiseville _ 10 

Lexington Catholic 10 

Bellevue 10 

Ballard 9 

Jenkins _^ 8 

Raceland 8 

Frankfort 7 

Mo.nticello 7 

Day Ion _ 6 

St. Mary's 6 

Murray _ 6 

Boyle County 5 

Carroll County 5 

RussellviUe S 

Eminence 4 

Fleming Neon 4 

Bishop Brossart 4 

Burgin 4 

South Marshall 4 

Mt. Sterling 2 

Bath County _ 2 

West Hardin 2 

Elkhorn City 2 

Williamsburg 2 

Fulton 1 

Pineville I 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 16, 1970 

Christian County High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1970 



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.V'.,.'^> V;ii', " .*c>7 ^;.';» .-'.V,. - ..Vf ,;';■ .■-'4 -''■.,- --l- ■ V?'iVi' vb, -• »- •<■? 



(Left to Right) Kneeling: M. Brewer, S. Irwin, V. Caldwell, S. Fe,ntress. P. Hayes. Second Row: Coach Meisel, K. 
Young, P. Houchens. B. Croney, P. Marquess, W. Newton, Ass't. Coach H. Scott. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Frecking-Boone County 

2. Marquess-Christian County 

3. Badgett-Madisonville No. Hop- 

kins 

4. Word-Franklin County 

5. Meadows-Paul Blazer 

Time-7.2 

70 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Frecking-Boone County 

2. Haeier-North Marshall 

3. Badgett-Madisonville No. Hop- 

kins 

4. Meadows-Paul Blazer 

5. Webb-Franklin County 

Time-9.7 

50 Yard Dash— 

1. Arkins-Christian County 

2. Brown-Owensboro 

3. Frecking-Boone County 

4. Baker-Franklin County 

5. Howard -Fort Knox 

Time-6.1 

75 Yard Dash— 



440 Yard Dash — 

1- Moornian-Owensboro 

2. Caldwell-Christian County 

3. Vaughn-Boone County 

4 Boyers-Harrison County 
5. Mitchell-Greensburg 

Time-59.2 

880 Yard Run — 



1. 

2 
3. 
4. 
5. 



Arkins-Christian County 
Lockwood-Paul Blazer 
Howard-Fort Knox 
Barret t-Owensboro 
Robbins-Boone County 

Time-8.8 

100 Yard Dash— 

1. Arkins-Christian County 

2. Moorman-Owensboro 

3. Combs-Franklin County 

4. Groves-Hazard 

5. Barrow-Paul Blazer 

Time-11.1 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Cronev-Christian County 

2. Hutsell-Tates Creek 

3. McNary-Owensboro 

4. Hogan-Franklin Simpson 

5. Hutchins-Meade County 

Time-25.9 



Rice-Boyd County 
Newton-Christian County 
Blakeman-Greensburg 
Insko-Franklin County 
Parker-Owensboro 

Time-2:28.7 



440 Yard Relay— 

1 Christian County 

2. Franklin County 

3. Madisonville-North Hopkins 

4. Boone County 

5. Paul G. Blazer 

Time-SO.O 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. Christian County 

2. Franklin County 

3. Owensboro 

4. Paul G. Blazer 

5. Franklin-Simpson 

Time 1:45.3 

880 Yard Medley Relay— 



1. 

2. 
3. 

4. 

5, 


■Christian County 
Boyd County 
Bryan Station 
Carroll County 
Franklin-Simpson 




Time-1:53.2 


Shot 

1. 

2. 
3 
4. 
5. 


Put— 

Shumpert-Paducah Tilghman 
Czepyha-Owensboro 
Lemaster-Boyd County 
Aldrige-CarroU County 
Casey-Henry Clay 




Distance-36' 2" 



Discus — 

1. Thomas-Paul Blazer 

2. Hayes-Christian County 

3. Redmon-Adair County 

4. Casey-Henry Clay 

5. Holder-Owensboro 

Distance-117' 9" 
Thomas set a new state record with 
her distance of 117' 9", 

High Jump — 

1. Newcomb-Owensboro 

2. Ctishenberry-Hopkinsville 

3. Campbell-Madison Central 

4. Zehnder-Boone County 

5. Rice-Boyd County 

Height-4' 11" 
Long Jump — 

1. Luzadder-Paul Blazer 

2. Vaughn-Boone County 

3. Houchens-Christian County 

4. DLxon-Henderson County 

5. Warfleld-Brvan Station 

Distance-17'3 4" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Christian County 61 

Owensboro 33 

Boone County 28 

Paul Blazer 23 

Franklin County 18 

Boyd County 14 

Madisonville No. Hopkins 9 

Paducah Tilghman — 6 

Fort Knox _ 4 

Franklin-Simpson 4 

North MarshaU 4 

Bryan Station 4 

Greensburg 4 

Tales Creek 4 

Hopkinsville 4 

Carroll County 4 

Adair County 3 

Henry Clay . 3 

Madison Central 3 

Hazard 2 

Henderso,n County 2 

Harrison County 2 

Meade County 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 16. 1970 
Frankfort High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1970 





M 



,-V-". 



(Lefl lo Righl) Front Row: Cindy Jackson, Elizabeth Johnson, Ann Thomas. Second Row: Mgr. Crit 
Blackburn, Sharon Parido, Annette Herzel, Clara Horn. 



SO Yard Hurdles— 

1. Thurniand-Lvnn Camp 

2. Sleet-Boyle County 

3. Burry-Lexington Catholic 

4. Teeter-Ballard Memorial 

5. Wells-Russellville 

Time-7.1 

70 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Sleet-Boyle County 

2. Thurmand-Lynn Camp 

3. Burry-Lexington Catholic 

4. Teeter-Ballard Memorial 

5. Richardson-Bath County 

Time-9.8 

50 Yard Dash— 

1 



Walker-Harlan 

2. Brasher-Bath County 

3. Wilcher-Mercer County 

4. Anderson-Ballard County 

5. Greever-Temple Hill 

Time-6.2 

75 Yard Dash— 

1. Walker-Harlan 

2. Anderson-Ballard Memorial 

3. Wilcher-Mercer County 

4. Crenshan-Russellville 

5. Henrv-Mavsville 

Time-9.0 

100 Yard Dash— 

1. Brashear-Bath County 

2. Wilcher-Mercer County 

3. Crenshan-Russellville 

4. Sleet-Boyle County 

5. Thompson-Trigg County 

TLme-U.S 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Herzel-Frankfort 

2. Diggs-Trigg County 

3. Routt-Maysville 

4. Benton-Russellville 

5. Robinson-Harlan 

Time-26.8 



440 Yard Dash— 

1. Herzel-Frankfort 

2. Baker-Russellville 

3. Baxter-Hindman 

4. Thomas-Maysville 

5. Curlev-Harlan 

Time-63.3 
880 Yard Run — 

1. Johnson-Frankfort 

2. Stewart-Mavsville 

3. Shipley-Park City 

4. Alexander-Trigg County 

5. Webb-Bovle County 

Time-2:22.3 
Johnson set a ne^v slate record with 
her time of 2:22,3, 

440 Yard Relay— 

1. Lexington Catholic 

2. Russellville 

3. Boyle County 

4. Maysville 

5. Trigg County 

Time-52.1 
880 Yard Relay— 

1. Frankfort 

2. Maysville 

3. Boyle County 

4. Trigg County 

5. Russellville 

Time-1.48.5 
880 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Frankfort 

2. Trigg County 

3. Russellville 

4. Boyle County 

5. Prichard 

Time 1:52.4 
Frankfort set a new stale record 
with their time of 1:52.4. 

Shot Put— 

1. Mathews-Temple Hill 

2. Carmack-Oneida Inst. 

3. Vincent-St. Mary's 

4. Little-Fairview 
■5. Horne-Frankfort 

Distance-34' 1 1/2" 



Discus — 

1. Carmack-Oneida Inst. 

2. Mathews-Temple Hill 

3. Little-Fairview 

4. Shaw-Lexington Catholic 

5. Thurmand-Lynn Camp 

Distance-92' 3 1/2" 

High Jump — 

1. Piers-St. Mary 

2. Waugh-Prichard 

3. Steele-Russellville 

4. Webb-Boyle County 

5. DeRossette-Lexington Catholic 

Height-4' 9" 

Long Jump — 

1. Walker-Harlan 

2. Fraser-Lexington Catholic 

3. Frazier-Providence 

4. White-Paintsville 

5. Kemp-Russellville 

Distance-16' 11 3/4" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Frankfort 31 

Boyle County _ 23 

Russellville 23 

Harlan 20 

Lexington CalhoUc 19 

Maysville 16 

Trigg County 14 

Bath County 11 

Temple HiU . 11 

Lynn Camp _ 11 

Mercer Coiinly 10 

Ballard County 10 

Oneida Inst. 10 

St. Mary's 9 

Fairview 5 

Prichard _._ 5 

Hindman 3 

Paintsville 2 

Russell 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST. 1970 



Page Nine 



Thirty-Seventh Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 

Louisville, June 5-6, 1970 

SINGLES 



QUARTER- 
FINALS 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 



Hammer- 
To mpkinsville 

Deal-Bellevue 



Connelly- 
Paul Blazer 



Coope r -St. Xavier 
Crab tree-Southern 
Purcell-Murray Univ. 
Chadwell-Shelbyville 
Deal-Bellevue 



Plock-Westport 



Algood-Henderson 
Boling-Bowling Green 



Cooper 
6-0; 6-1 



Chadwell 
16-1; 6-4 



Cooper 
6-0; 6-0 



Plock 

16-2; 6-4 



Algood 
"16-3: 6-1 



Algood 
6-3; 6-2 



Schell-Owensboro 



Schell-Owensboro 



Sims-Trinity 



Kane-Pleasure Ridge 



Weller-Middlesboro 



Sims 
6-0; 6-3 



Weller 
6-0; 6-4 



Sims 
6-1; 6-3 



Cooper 
6-2; 6-1 



Plock-Ballard 


G. Plock 
7-5; 5-7; 6-0 

Massie 




Reed-Lafayette 


G. Plock 




6-3; 6-0 


Massie-Henry Clay 






6-4; 1-6; 6-2 




Thomas-Bellevue 







G. Plock 
7-5; 2-6; 6-3 



Cooper 
6-2; 6-4 



DOUBLES 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 





Trinity 
Hopkinsvile 


Trinity 
6-4; 6-4 

ShelbyviUe 
6-2; 7-5 


Trinity 




ShelbyviUe 
Paul Blazer 


6-0; 6-2 

Henry Clay 
7-5; 6-1 




U. Bowling Green 
6-1; 6-3 


Univ. Bowling Green 
Doss 


Covington Catholic 
U. Bowling Green 


Henry Clay 


Henry Clay 








Waggener 


4-6; 6-3; 6-4 











Trinity 
6-3; 6-0 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



Kentucky High School Baseball Tournament 
Sports Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 

June 2-4, 1970 



Madisonville-North 
Hopkins (12) 



Lafayette (11) 



Somerset (3) 



Paducah Tilghman (4) 



Trinity (0) 



Elizabethtown (3) 



Covington Catholic (0) 



RusseU (1) 



Madisonville-North 
Hopkins (2) 



Paducah Tilghman (3) 



Elizabethtown (6) 



Paducah Tilghman (2) 



Russell (0) 



Elizabethtown (6) 



Tournament Officials 

Louis Frankel. Louisville 
Don Hardin, Moreliead 
Sonny Hubbs, Paducah 
Jerry Kiinmei. Beechmont 
Paul Lamb. Lexington 
Richard Morgan. London 
Richard Morse. Radeliff 
Richard Uriage. Ft. Thomas 



Ehzabethtown 
Champion 



All-Tournament Team 
lb-Vic Travis, Lafayette 
2b-Tim Williams. Somerset 
3b-Gates Erwin. Madisonville 
ss-Vince Hartledge. E'town 
of-Ricky White. Paducah 
of-Daruiy Rice. Russell 
o£-Donnie Walters. E'town 
c-Doug Sexton. Elizabethtown 
p-Ernie Lewis, Elizabethtown 
p-David Phelps, Paducah 



Eleventh Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Girls 

Louisville, June 5-6, 1970 
SINGLES 



QUARTER. 
FINALS 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 



Tafel-Sacred Heart 


Tafel 
6-0; 6-1 


Tafel 6-1; 6-2 


Tafel 
6-1; 6-3 








Ramsey-Elizabethtown 


Watson 
7-5; 6-0 








Dalton-Angela Merici 


McGuire 
6-3; 6-2 








Watson-Henry Clay 


Padgett 
6-3; 5-7; 7-5 




Thompson-Henderson 


Gillim 
6-4; 6-3 








Padgett-Somerset 


McGuire . 

6-3; 6-2 J 








McGuire-Sacred Heart 


Gillim 
6-3; 6-3 




Foreman-Highlands 


Gillim 
6-2; 6-2 


Tafel 
6-1; 6-2 


GiUim-CoUegiate 




Henning-Mercy Academy 


Metzroth 
6-8; 6-4; 6-0 




Metzroth-Iroquois 


Wheeler 
6-0; 6-2 








Holmes-Glasgow 


Watson 
7-5; 6-0 




Watson-Model 










Miller-Holy Name 


Wheeler 
7-5; 6-3 




Wheeler-Tates Creek 












Eicher-Highlands 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



Page Eleven 



Atherton 



Hopkinsville 
Paul Blazer 



Holy Rosary 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



DOUBLES 

FINALS 



Tates Creek 
Bowling Green 


Tates Creek 
6-1; 6-0 

Sacred Heart 
6-0; 6-1 


Tates Creek 




1-6; 6-2; 6-3 


Highlands 








Sacred Heart 







Atherton 
6-3; 6-2 



Paul Blazer 
6-3; 6-2 



Atherton 
7-5; 4-6; 6-4 



Tates Creek 
6-0; 7-5 



Russellville Team is Champion 




(Lefl lo Righl) Stewarl Wheeler. Tom Threlkeld, Coach 
Ronald Beckham, Gerry Swilzer. Hal Freeman. (Inset) 
James Clements. Trinity, individual champion. 

The Russellville High School Golf team won 
tlie 1970 State Tournament, held at the Lindsey 
Golf Course, Fort Knox, on May 19-20. James L. 
Clements of the Trinity High School was the win- 
ner in the State Individual Tournament, held at 
the Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, a week 
later. Both tournaments were managed by Ed 
Mudd, Athletic Director at the Butler High School, 
Louisville. 

Scores of the leading teams were: Russellville, 
617: Trinity, 618; Clark County. 628; St. Xavier, 
632, Covington Catholic, 633: Tates Creek, 639; 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, 640; Bardstown, 645; 
Middlesboro, 648; Lebanon, 651; Paducah Tilgh- 
man, 656; Pleasure Ridge, 660. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

147 — Clements (Trinity), Byington (Tates 
Creek) (Clements won title on first hole of sudden- 
death playoff) 

149— Barnhart (Tates Creek). Richards (Leba- 
non), Strom (Meade County), Mitchell (Caldwell 
County), Hurley (Covington (jatholic) 

150 — Allison (Pleasure Ridge Park), Shelborne 
(Paducah Tilghman) 

151 — Stansel (Covington Catholic), Logan 
(Shelbyville) 



152 — Musgrove (Paducah Tilghman), Mahan 
(Clark County). Fabel (Madisonville-No. Hopkins) 

153 — Lowry (Waggener). Wylie (Mayfield) 

154 — Riddle (Madisonville-No. Hopkins), Just 
(Flaget), Lowery (Paducah Tilghman), Albritton 
(Mayfield) 

155 — Epperson (Clark County), George (St. 
Xavier), udson (Bardstown), Gray (Madisonville- 
No. Hopkins) 

156 — Finlay (Model), Foster (Western), Davison 
(Trinity), Cooksey (Scottsville), Sailsbury (Pres- 
tonsburg), Turnblazer (Middlesboro), Ehlen (Dixie 
Heights) 

157— Wilson (Middlesboro), Martin (Clark 
County), Kirkpatrick (Owensboro) 

Minutes of Meeting 

K.H.S.A.A. Gymnastics Meeting 

Lexington, Ky., May 26, 1970 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Gymnastics Committee met at the KHSAA Build- 
ing, Lexington, Kentucky, on May 26, 1970. The 
meeting was called to order by the Chairman, Ber- 
nard "Skeeter" Johnson, at 7:29 p.m. Present at the 
meeting were Susan Burckle, James "Cap" Caudill, 
Andrew "Andy" Hopkins, Cleorge Jefferson, Ber- 
nard "Skeeter" Johnson, Sheila Kuhlman, Jim 
Nance, and Ted Sanford. 

The Chairman announced that Barney R. Groves 
had resigned as a member of the committee since 
he was leaving Kentucky to accept a position in 
Richmond, Virginia. 

Mr. Sanford stated that the State Gymnastics 
Meet would be held on February 20, 1971. The Feb- 
ruary date was set so as not to conflict with other 
KHSAA activities. 

After a brief discussion, the Committee decided 
that the 1971 KHSAA Gymnastics Meet would be 
held in Lexington with a recommendation that it 
be held in Louisville the following year. 

The Committee revised the K.H.S.A.A. Gym- 
nastics Rules and made the following changes: 

1. Tumbling. Trampoline, and All- Around will be 
Special Events. (These events will not be includ- 
eci in team points.) 

2. Team scores will be determined by calculating 
the top three individual scores for each event, 
excluding Tumbling. Trampoline, and AU- 
Around scores. 



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3. Each participant must have represented his 
school in at least one interscholastic gymnastics 
meet during the year to be eligible to enter the 
State Gymnastics Meet. (Must be between 
schools.) 

4. The table of difficulty for vaulting was up- 
dated. The height of the horse for boys vaulting 
was set at 53". Two vaults per person will be 
executed and the best score will be the final 
score. 

5. The Girls' rules will be taken from the Division 
of Girls' and Women's Sports (DGWS) 70-72. 
The Committee recommended that coaches use 
the Federation International Gymnastics (F.I.G.) 
Code of Points for more detailed information 
concerning Gymnastics competition. 

6. The low bar of the uneven parallel bars may be 
adjusted (length and/or width). (Two uneven 
parallel bars will be made available to facilitate 
time problem. 'While one person is performing, 
the next person will adjust the other set of un- 
even parallel bars.) 

7. The head spring vault will not be accepted as 
a vault for girls. 

The meeting adjourned at 9:20 p.m. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bernard M. Johnson 

Kenlucky Home School Golfers Are Winners 



Slate Championship Tennis Team 




(Lslt to Righl) Beth Radford, April De,nham, Louise 
Crawioi'd, Enzabeth Slough. (Inset) Myra Van Hoose, 
Lafayette, individual champion. 

The Sixth K.H.S.A.A. State Goll Tournament 
for Girls was held at the Elizabethtown Country 
Club Golf Course on May 19-20. The Kentucky 
Home School team won the championship with a 
score of 734. Myra 'Van Hoose of Lafayette was the 
indi\'idual winner, with a score of 165. The tourna- 
ment was managed by Miss Matilda 'Walker of the 
Westport High School. 

Twelve full teams competed in the tournament, 
having qualified in regional competition. These 
teams and their scores were: Kentucky Home 
School, 734; Lafayette, 780; Tates Creek, 788; 
Sacred Heart, 808; Stanford, 808; BowUng Green, 
814; Maysville, 827; Henderson County, 834; Glas- 
gow, 835; Greenville, 842; Mason County, 880; 
Frankhn County, 906. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were; 

165 — 'Van Hoose (Lafayette) 

168 — Burns CWaggener) 

169— Kylem (Highlands) 

172— Radford (Kentucky Home), Lear (Tates 
Creek) 

174 — Crawford (Kentucky Home) 

178 — Belmore fUniversity) 

179 — Hodge (Elizabethtown), 'Wilson (Hender- 
son County) 

180 — Edwards (Cumberland) 

182 — Stough (Kentucky Home) 

184— 'Watts (Lafayette), Knight (Maysville) 




(Left to Right) T. Roberts, Trinity, state cham- 
pionship dovibles team; T. Cooper, St. Xavier, state 
singles champion; M. Kane, Trinity, state cham- 
pionship doubles team. 



AUDIT 

(Co7itinued jrom Page One) 

Trick: 

Regional Expenses 1,674.43 

Trophies and Medals 8,557,18 

Officials (Stale Meets) 1,215.50 

Mileage and Local E.ntertainmenl 

(State Meets) . 8,031.68 

New Equipment 92.50 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(State Meets) 80.00 

M'scellaneous Expenses 

(State Meets) 297.64 

Baseball: 

Refunds on District 

Tournament Deficits 1,760.05 

Trophies and Awards 2,499.56 

Refunds on Regional 

Tournament Deficits 195.00 

Baseballs (Slate Tournament) __ 62.16 

Transportation (S. Tournament) 827.00 

Meals (State Tournament) 1,782.00 

Lodging (State Tournament) 1,360.00 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(Stale Tour.namenl) 90.00 

Public Address Announcers 

(Slate Tournament) 65.00 

Scorer (State Tournament) 25.00 

Umpires (State Tournament) 931.45 

Expenses-Assistant Manager 

(State Tournament) 47.75 

Groundsme,n (Stale Tournament) 71.00 



Cross Country: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournament) 

Trophies and Awards 

Expenses-State Meets 



1,278.60 

1,459.01 

128,55 



Football Playoffs: 

Printing 165.81 

Trophies and Awards - 1,008.48 

Transportation 240.00 

Lodging - 150.00 

Meals 627.00 

Field Renlal-Addilional Labor __ 1,087.85 

Officials 551.00 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 345.00 

P. A. & Scoreboard 65.00 

Footballs -- 92.00 

Incidental Expenses-Board Grant 3,600.00 

Press Box Expenses 54.00 

Special Police 409.50 

Honorarium and Expenses- 
Game Managers 398.65 

Miscellaneous Expenses 400.00 



Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(Stale Tournament) 187.80 

Trophies and Awards 77.56 

Officials( State Tournamenl) 59.00 



19,948.93 



9,715.97 



2,866.16 



9,194.29 



324.36 



Wrestling: 

Expenses-State Committee 

Trophies apd Awards 

Officials (Slate Tournament) 



717.83 
620.94 
550.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



Page Thirteen 



Mileage and Local Enterlainment 

(Stale Tournamenll . 


1,131.55 

55.10 

230.00 

124.79 
205.80 

69.79 

22.02 

307.83 
219.05 
307.00 

473.50 

75.72 




Prinling 

Renlals (State fournamentl 

Custodial Service 

(State Tournament) 




Police (Slate Tournament) 

Refunds on Regional 
Tournament Deficits _ 




Miscellaneous Expenses- 
(Stale Tournament) 


3,728.32 


Gymnastics: ~ 

Expenses-State Committee 

Trophies and Awards 




Officials (Stale Meets) 




Mileage and Local Enlertainmenl 
(Slate Meets) 

Miscellaneous Expenses 
(Stale Meets) 


1383.10 






Total Disbursements 


S 

_ s 


423,294.27 




423,294.27 









Cash Balance S 32,353.51 

BANK RECONCILEMENT 

Balance per bank statement, June 30, 
Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 752 S 69.79 



1970 



_-- S 34,707.79 



No. 1039 11.40 

No. 1125 , . . 48.00 




No. 1218 1,018.00 




No. 1241 _ 64.20 




No. 1259 50).00 

No. 1296 5.70 

No. 1297 _. eO.OO 




No. 1299 _ ___ 153.40 

No. 1305 2.00 




No. 1307 271.46 




No. 1308 150.33 










2,354.28 


e Bank Balance June 30, 1970 


S 32,353.51 



1970 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales 5238,835.00 

4,829.28 



Profit on Programs 

Radio Fees 

Television Fee 

Redepcsit 

DISBURSEMENTS; 

Prinli^ig 

Trophies and Awards 

Postage _ 

Refunds _ 

Insurance 

Incidental expenses (16) 



3,110.03 
8,510.00 

20.00 S 255,304.28 



Teams 



1,506,49 

778.59 

250.03 

80,00 

1,571.00 

8,000.00 



Transportation __ 2,382.90 

Lodging 

Meals 

Coliseum Rental 

Organist 

Officials' Fees and Expenses 

Scorers and Timers 

Shot Chart Keepers and 
Statisticians 

Ushers __ 

Ticket Sellers, Ticket Takers and 
Guards ^_ 

Public Address Announcers 

Films 

Towel Service 

Miscellaneous Expenses- 
Tournament Manager 

Honorariums and Expenses- 
Assistant Tournament Managers 

Bad Check 

Stale Sales Tax 

Press Room Expenses 



7,523.64 

10,442.71 

10,000.00 

60.00 

1,887.55 

703.00 

640.00 
3,640.00 

4,373.58 
320.03 
400.00 
170.00 



120.41 

2,326.58 

20.00 

11,563.46 

311.50 



69,071.41 



Transfer of Funds-Amount Trans- 
ferred to K.H.S.A.A. as Tourna- 
ment Profit __ S 186,232.87 

1969-70 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance July 1, 1969 S 252.33 

Transferred from K.H.S.A.A. 

General Fund 15,000.00 

Interest received from Saving and 

Loan Association 325.00 

Interest received from Certificates 

of Deposit 836.13 S 16,413.45 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Insurance Premiums S 2,613.85 

U. S. Treasury Bill-lsl Security Natl. 

Bank & Trust Co. 13.355.69 



Cash Balance __ 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance-lsl Security Nal'l. Bank 

& Trust CO. . . 

U. S. Savings Bonds (value. June 30, 1970) 
Savings Certificate-Central Bank & Trusl Co. 
Savings Account-lst Federal S. & L. Assn. ___ 
Savings Account-Union Fed. S. & L. Ass'n. _ 
Savings Account-Lexington Fed. S. & L. Ass'n. 
U. S. Treasury Bill 



442.92 



Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1970 
Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Bldg. 
Equipnienl _ __ 



32,353.51 
84,036.00 
10,000.00 
10,000.00 
10,000.00 
10,030.03 
59,432,00 

S 215,811.51 

112,778.00 



Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets S 328.589.51 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance-lst Secliiit\ Nat'l Banl< & 

Trust Co. $ 442.92 

Centra] Bank & Trust Co. - Certificate 10.000.00 

Bank of Commerce - Certificate 15,030.00 

1st Federal S. & L. Ass'n - Certificates 9.000.00 

1st Fed. S & L. Ass'n - Savings Account 3,970.19 

1st Securilv Natl Bank & Trust Co. - 

Savings Account 22,151.03 

U. S. Treasurv Bill 13.356.69 



Total Retirement Fund Assets $73,920.83 

In Support Of Ankles 

The -wisdom of wrapping or taping of anlcles 
as a measure to prevent serious ankle injury is 
currently being re-examined, on the grounds that 
such measures are not effective in preventing 
serious sprains, fractures and dislocations. The 
questioners point out that such injuries occur any- 
way in players whose ankles had been wrapped 
or taped. They contend further that the ability of 
the ankle joint to undergo inversion (inward turn- 
ing) and eversion (outward turning) is one form 
of projection to the knee joint also when the foot 
is fixed to the ground while the weight of the body 
is turned against the lower extremity. 

Wrapping or taping of the ankle — so that 
argument goes — ser\'es to limit its mobility and 
thereby places a greater strain on the knee and 
favors more serious injuries to that joint. Finally, 
one critic insists that neither taping nor wrapping 
exert any appreciable limitation on ankle motion 
for more than the first ten minutes of exercise 
anyway (this point appears to contravene the alle- 
gation that wrapping or taping poses a serious 
threat to the knee). 

There is very scanty statistical observation or 
experimental evidence to confirm or deny these 
allegations. What little there is. however, tends to 
confirm that the common practice of wrapping 
and taping ankles is truly a measure of significant 
value in the prevention of serious ankle, and per- 
haps even knee, injuries. 

These studies are on record dealing with the 
effects on ankle action of wrapping and taping the 
ankles, all in 1962 and 1963. In one, three different 
taping techniques were used and ankle motion 
measured before and after a specified exercise by 
m.eans of an electric goniometer. In the second, 
the resistance of four different adhesive strap- 
pings to a force of plantar flexion and inversion 
was tested before and after exercise for ten min- 
utes. The third used the same means of testing 
the resistance of the ankle ligaments to stress 
when the ankle was unwrapped, or in a cloth 
wrap or taped over stockinette, or taped directly 
to the skin. Measurements were taken before and 
after a standard exercise carried on for five min- 
utes. 

To summarize these three studies briefly: fa) 
the feasibility of restricting lateral motion of the 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



ankle without impairing plantar flexion and dorsi- 
flexion was demonstrated; (b) adhesive tape ap- 
plied directly to the skin was superior to any other 
method, and cloth wrappmg the least effective; 
and (c) a significant amount of restriction of ankle 
movement could be maintained with adhesive 
strapping after ten minutes of \'igorous movement. 
Of the various adhesive strappings tested, the 
basket weave with stirrups and heel lock seemed 
to provide the best protection and maintained 60 
per cent of its effectiveness after ten minutes of 
vigorous exercise. Even at that time the protection 
it afforded was superior to that provided by the 
cloth V. rap before exercise. 

To revert to the commonality of experience, 
the observed occurrence of ankle dislocations and 
fractures is relatively small in football when one 
considers the major forces involved. On the other 
hand the number of ankle sprains is relatively 
high. It is therefore entirely conceivable that 
many of these sprains would have become frac- 
tures or dislocations were it not for the restraining 
effect of the taping or wrapping applied to the 
ankle. 

Any change in the present practices of taping 
and wrapping ankles, other than in improving 
them; should be avoided until substantial proof 
can be presented to indicate that these practices 
are wrong. 

— National Federation and A. M. A. 



Football Examination 

Part II of the National Federation Football 
Examination for officials will be given in Ken- 
tucky on Monday, September 21. An official who 
has been registered for at least one year prior to 
the current season is eligible to take the examina- 
tion and work for a higher rating. Officials who 
hold the Approved rating in football are required 
to make a minimum percentage grade of 80 in 
order to maintain this rating from year to year. 
After an official has received the Certified rating, 
he continues to receive this rating each year pro- 
vided that he attends the clinic for that year and 
has worked in at least six first team high school 
football games during the previous year. 

Sports Injuries: Football 

Wednesday evening, August 26, at 9:30, most 
ETV stations in the state will carry a program 
fifty-two minutes in length concerning sports in- 
juries in football. 

The tapes for the program were produced by 
tlie Medical Television Network, and the sponsor 
is the U.C.L.A. School of Medicine. In the pro- 
gram are on-the-scene demonstrations of pre- 
scrimmage prophylactic taping and conditioning, 
training techniques and equipment standards, de- 
tails of specific injuries and their initial treat- 
ment, and practical procedures for the general 
practitioner who occasionally functions as a local 
team physician. 



Ojjic'ials' Ratings on Sportsmanship of K.H.S.A.A. 
Member Schools in Basketball, 1969-1970 



OTHER SCHOOL 



CROWD 



TEAM 



SCHOOL 

Adair County ;j(i 

Adairville 30 

Ahreiis Trade 31 

Allen County 42 

Anderson County 60 1 

Annville Institute 29 I 

Atherton 41 | 

Auburn 27 1 

Augusta 56 i 

Austin Tracy 37 I 

Ballard 11 I 

Ballard Memorial __ 42 i 

Barbourville 45 

Bardstown 30 I 

Bath County 35 

Bcechwood _ 43 

Belfry .38 

Bell County 43 ; 

Bellevue 32 

Benton 36 : 

Berca Community 41 

Betsy Layne 23 

Bishop Brossart 40 

Bishop David 31 

Boone County 57 1 

Bourbon County 43 i 

Bowling Green 40 I 

Boyd County 22 i 

Boyle County 24 t 

Bracken County 52 

Breathitt 39 

Breckinridge County 36 

Bremen 28 

Brodhead 41 

Bryan Station 54 

Buckhorn 17 

Burgin 40 

Burnside 34 

Bush 42 

Butler - 38 i 

Butler County 35 

Caldwell County .30 I 

Calhoun 19 



COACH 

14 

6 
23 
18 I 
21 I 

6 1 
23 I 
16 1 
14 I 

4 
20 I 

3 I 
12 I 
10 I 
27 
18 



12 
21 

9 
10 

7 
16 
23 
11 
15 
10 
15 
14 
10 
11 
14 
21 
17 
11 

7 

9 
20 
10 
17 

8 
11 
27 



OFFICIALS 






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14 


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29 


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41 


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4 


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16 


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58 


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43 


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43 


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27 


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23 


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21 


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40 


12 


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29 


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26 


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5 


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Page Fifteen 



COACH 



OTHER SCHOOL 
OFFICIALS 



CROWD 



TEAM 



SCHOOL 

Calloway Count\- 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Cane>'ville 

Carlisle Countv 

Carr Creek _._" 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

"Catlettsburg 

Caverna 

Central 

Central City 

Chandlers Chapel 

Christian County 

Clarkson 

Clay County 

Clinton County 

Cornbs Memorial 

Corbin 

Cordia 

Covington Catholic __. 

Covington Latin 

Crab Orchard 

Crittenden Countv 

Cuba _■ 

Cumberland 

Cuinberland County _ 

Danville 

Daviess County 

Dawson Springs 

Dayton 

Deming 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Dorton 

Doss 

Drakesboro 

DuPont Manual 

Durrett 

Earlington 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown __! 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Eubank 

Evarts 

Ezel 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fancy Farm 

Farmingtcn 

Feds Creek 

Fern Creek 

Flaget 

Fleming County 

Fleming Neon 

FordsviUe 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Franklin Simpson 

Frederick Fraize 

Fredonia 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gallatin County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

Garrett 

George Rogers Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Good Shepherd 

Graham 

Grant County 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Greenville 

Hancock County 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Hazel Green Acad. 

Hazel Green 

Heath 

Henderson 

Henderson County 



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40 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1970 



COACH 



OTHER SCHOOL 
OFFICIALS 



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SCHOOL 

Henderson Settlement 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Hickman County 

Highlands 

Hindman 

Hiseville 

Hitchins 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Holy Family 

Holy Name 

Hopkinsville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Hustonville 

Inez 

Iroquois 

Irvine 

Jackson 

Jackson County 

James A. Cawood 

Jetfers^ntown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 

Jesse Stuart 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Kentucky School for Deaf _ 

Knott County 

Knox Central 

Lafayette 

LaRue County 

Leatherwood 

Lebanon 

Lebanon Junction 

Lee County 

Leitchfield 

Leslie County 

Letcher 

Lewisburg 

Lewis County 

Lexington Catholic 

Lily 

Lincoln School 

Livermore 

Livmgston 

Livingston Cent. 

Lloyd 

London 

Lone Jack 

Lone Oak 

Louisa 

Louisville Country Day 

Louisville Male 

Lowes 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

Lyon County 

McCreary County 

McDowell 

McKeU 

McKinney 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins — 

Marion C. Moore 

Martin 

Mason County 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

Maytown 

M. C. Napier 

Meade County 

Memorial (Waynesburg) 

Menifee County 

Mercer County 

Metcalfe County 

Middlesboro 

Millard 

Millersburg Military Inst. __ 

Model 

Montgomery County 

Monticello 

Morgan County 

Mt. Sterling 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Washington 

Muhlenberg Central 

Mullins 

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{Continued in September Issue) 



CAN ATHLETIC INJURIES AND COST 
OF ATHLETIC INSURANCE BE REDUCED? 

HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS THAT WILL HELP; 
1. Secure a team physician. Your local Medical Society can advise on 



this. 



2. Require players to be physically fit and well conditioned before 
engaging in contact. 

3. Do not allow a player with an injury to participate until he has 
medical approval to do so. 

4. Make sure equipment is adequate, in good condition, and that it is 
properly worn. 

5. Consider carefully the length of practice sessions. The latter part 
of lengthy sessions produces the most injuries. 

6. Require injuries to be reported to you promptly and refer those 
needing attention to the physician at once. 

7. Get your players interested in injury prevention and fitness. Any 
player is more valuable without casts and crutches. 

8. Our Cooperative Football Plan and Student Insurance provide 
excellent coverage, service and economy. 



*7^e KiK<^den Qo-*nfixmif> general agent 

W. E. KiNGSLEY J. E. McCREARY, Mgr. CHARLES C. PRICE 

Life Department 

121-123 LAFAYETTE AVENUE LEXINGTON, KY. 40502 PHONE 254-4095 

P. O. BOX 7100 



52 YEARS 
FOR ATHLETES 



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Al>ove arc area ^eI)resenlati^e.s who atteniled llie School for Football Officials, held in 
Lfxiiigton on Aii^iwl 8. Tlicv arc (l.cfl to Riglil) Front Row — Clyde Parsley, Provi- 
dence; Joe Russell, |{ii«'ellville: Itill Mordica. Ashland; Howard Moss, Paducah. Sec- 
oikI Row — Assistant (loni. IJilly \. Wise. SchcK»l Director; Eli Lilian, Hazard; Bernard 
Johnson, Lexington; (Carroll Elliott, Elizahethtown ; Ray Canady, Barbourville. Third 
Row — Frank Mercke. I.oiiisville; Tom Murray, Fort Mitchell; Paul Walker, Howling 
(ireen; E. B. May, Jr., Presloiishur'r. 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



SEPTEMBER, 1970 




Football Districts and Regions 

The football districts and regions for 1970 
are as follows: 

Class AAA 
Region I 

Atheiton, Bishop David. Central. DeSales, duPont Man- 
ual, Flaget. Iroquois. Male. Shawnee. St. Xavier, Trinity 

Region II 

District 1~ 

Butler, Doss. Fairdale. Pleasure Ridge Park. Southern. 
Jesse Stuart. Vallev. Western 
District 2— 

Ballard. Durrett, Eastern. Fern Creek. Jeffersontown. 
Marion C. Moore. Seneca. Thomas Jefferson, Waggener, 
West port 

Class AA 

Region I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green. Caldwell County. Christian County, 
Franklin-Simpson, Hopkinsville. Lone Oak. Mayfield, Pa- 
ducah 
District 2— 

Daviess County. Henderson. Henderson Count.v. Madison- 
ville-North Hopkins. Ohio County. Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic. Union Count>' 

Region II 

District 1^ 

Breckinridge County. Bullitt Central, Elizabethtown. 
Fort Knox. LaRue County. Marion County, Meade County. 
Nelson County, Nortli Hardin. Oldham County. Shelb.v 
County 
District 2— 

Danville, Henry Cla>'. Jessamine County. Lafayette. 
Somerset. Woodford County 

Region III 

District 1 — 

Boone County. Boyd County. Campbell County, Conner, 
Covington Catholic. Dixie Heights, Highlands. Holmes. 
Lloyd Memorial. Newport. Newport Catholic. Paul Blazer, 
Russell. Simon Kenton 
District 2— 

Bourbon County. Bryan Station. Franklin County. 
George Rogers Clark. Harrison County, Madison Central, 
Tates Creek 

Region IV 

District 1— 

Bell County, Corbin, Cumberland. Evarts, James A. Ca- 
wood. Knox Central. Laurel County. Middlesboro, Russell 
County, Wayne County. Whitley County 
District 2— 

Belfry. Hazard. Leslie County. M. C. Napier, Prestons- 
burg. Whitesburg 

Class A 
Region I 

District 1 — 

Crittenden County. Fort Campbell. Fulton. Fulton Coun- 
ty. Heath. Murray. North Marshall. Reidland. Russellville, 
Todd Central. Trigg County 
District 2— 

Allen County, Butler County. Campbellsville. Caverna. 
Cumberland County. Glasgow. Greensburg, Metcalfe Coun- 
ty. Tompkinsville. Warren Central. Warren East 

Region II 

District 1— 

Bardstown, Eminence. Henry County. Kentucky Military 
Institute. Louisville Country Day. Shelb.vville. Washing- 
ton County 
District 2— 

Anderson. Berea, Boyle County. Burgin. Estill County. 
Frankfort. Garrard County. Georgetown, Harrodsburg, 
Kentucky School for the Deaf. Madison. Mercer County, 
Sayre, Scott County. Stanford 

Region III 

District 1— 

Beechwood. Bellevue. Carroll County, Catlettsburg, Day- 
Ion. Fairview. Ludlow, McKeil, Owen County, Raceland, 
Wurtland 
District 2— 

Bath County, Fleming County, Lewis County, Maysville, 
Millersburg Military Institute, Montgomery County. Mor- 
gan County. Mt. Sterling. Nicholas County. Paris. Rowan 
County 

Region IV 

District 1— 

Harlan. Lynch. Lynn Camp. Mt. Vernon, Pineville, 
Williamsburg 
District 2— 

Elkhorn City. Fleming-Neon. Jenkins. Johns Creek. Lou- 
isa, Mullins, Paintsville, Pikeville. Virgie, Wheelwright 



FILMS 

The films lisled below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters, "e, j, s, c, a," refer lo elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools v^hich use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Football 

BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 
.$2.00. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustment before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying ball, and changing 
from one hand to another. Game shots are pre- 
sented, using slow motion and stop action tech- 
niques, and superimposed animation to illustrate 
principles. 

BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 
Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing, and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photograph.y used to illustrate different points. 

FOOTBALL BY THE RULES, e- j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
(30 mm.), color, $1.00. 

The film will give the viewer a better un- 
derstanding and a keener appreciation of foot- 
ball. Modern photography presents many play 
situations that portray the guidelines used by of- 
ficials in making judgment decisions so necessary 
in this sport. 

KNOW YOUR FOOTBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.), color, $1.00. 

Gives a visual approach to the written rules. 
Play situations challenge the viewer's knowledge 
and clarify many rules interpretations. Recom- 
mended for fans, officials, coaches and players. 

TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 
Tackling properly is shown as the result of 
application of certain fundamentals: good phy- 
sical condition, speed, body placement, drive, sure 
grip, timing, and body control. Shoulder and cross 
bod.v tackles are demonstrated in various ways, 
with special instruction for safety and means of 
reducing shock. 

THIS IS FOOTBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, color, 
$1.00. 

Centered around the four S's — science, speed, 
skill and safet.y. Demonstrations cover basic rules 
that will aid the official, coach, players, and fan. 
Play situations are used to establish standards. 

Attention, Principals! 

A list of registered football officials appears in 
this issue of the ATHLETE. Principals and coach- 
es should study the current list to determine 
whether or not all officials with whom contracts 
have been signed have registered this fall. Sup- 
plementary lists of officials will appear in sub- 
sequent issues of the magazine. By-Law 22 pro- 
vides that member schools shall use registered 
officials in all football, basketball and baseball 
games, and that failure to comply with this regu- 
lation makes the home school liable for suspen- 
sion. If there is any question about registration, 
the official should be asked to present his card. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official O rgati of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Associatio)i 



VOL XXXIII— No. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1970 



SI. 00 Per Year 




Don Davis 
President 



W. H. Crowdus 
Vice-President 



Assistant Superintendent Don Davis of the 
Kenton County Schools was elected President of 
the Board of Control at the summer meeting of 
the directors, held on August 1. 1970. W. H. 
■■Johnie" Crowdus principal of the Franklin Junior 
High School, was elected Board Vice-President, 

Sir. Davis, a graduate of the Dayton High 
School, holds degrees from Cincinnati and St. 
Xavier Universities. A college letterman in foot- 
ball, basketball, and baseball, he has coached 
these sports in high school as well as track and 
swimming. 

Mr. Davis is affiliated with numerous profes- 
sional educational organizations. He is a Past 
President of the Bellevue Rotary Club, a charter 
member of the Campbell County Youth Advisory 
Committee, and a Past Chairman of the Bellevue 
Youth Advisory Committee. He was in the ser- 
vice during the 1941-46 period, being discharged 
with the rank of First Lieutenant in the Coast 
Artillery Anti-Aircraft. Since that time teaching 
and coaching assignments have been at Wellston 
(Ohio) High School, Davton High School, and 
Holmes High School. From 1957 to 1962 Mr. Davis 
was Principal of the Bellevue High School, and 
he was named Assistant Superintendent of Kenton 
County Schools in 1962. He is married to the form- 
er Mary Louise Byland. They have four children, 
one boy and three girls. 

Mr. Crowdus was a member of the Board dur- 
ing the 1954-62 period, and was Board President 
in 1961-62. A native of Franklin, he received de- 
grees from Western Kentucky University and 
Indiana University. 

From 1935 to 1942 Mr. Crowdus worked at Wes- 
tern as trainer and assistant in the Physical Edu- 
cation Department. He served in the U. S. Navy 
during the 1942-45 period. In Franklin Junior 
High School he started teaching in the field of 
Health and Physical Education. He became prin- 
cipal of the school in 1953. He has coached high 
school football, basketball and golf. 

In 1942 Mr. Crowdus married Miss Ina Bledsoe 
of Hiseville. He is a past chairman of the Franklin 
Methodist Church Official Board and is current 
associate district layleader of the Bowling Green 
district. He is a past president of the Franklin 



Rotary Club. In May of 1961 he received from 
Radio Station W.K.A.Y. at Glasgow a plaque for 
being the Southern Kentuckian who had done 
the most for sports in 1960-61. He is chairman 
of the new Franklin-Simpson Memorial Hospital 
Board. He is a member of numerous professional 
organizations. 



New Regulations 

The 1970 Delegate Assembly wrote three chang- 
es into the regulations of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association. These were: 

;. Units of credit were substituted for studies 
in By-Law 3. 

2. Units of credit was substituted for studies in 
By-Law 5-4, 

3. K.H.S.A.A, annual dues now become due on 
September 1. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Kenlake Hotel, 
Kentucky Lake State Park, on Saturday morn- 
ing. August 1, 1970. The meeting was called to 
order by retiring President Ralph C. Dorsey at 
9:30. Present were Board members J. C. Can- 
trell, Morton Combs, W. H. Crowdus. Don Davis, 
James T. Dotson, Tom Mills, Richard Vincent, 
and Roy L. Winchester: Commissioner Theo. A. 
Sanford. Assistant Commissioners J. B. Mansfield 
and Billy V. Wise, and former Board member 
Foster J. Sanders. The invocation was given by 
Mr. Sanders. 

Tom Mills moved, seconded by Richard Vin- 
cent, that the reading of the minutes of the June 
4th meeting be waived, since the members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion was carried unanimuosly. 

Mr. Dorsey welcomed to membership on the 
Board the two new members, Messrs. Cantrell 
and Winchester. He and Mr. Sanders made ap- 
propriate remarks of appreciation concerning 
their eight-year tenure on the Board of Control, 
pledging their continued support to the program 
of the Association. 

President Dorsey stated that the next order of 
business was the election of President and Vice- 
President of the Board. Morton Combs moved, 
seconded by James T, Dotson, that Don Davis 
and W, H. Crowdus be elected respectively Presi- 
dent and Vice-President of the Board of Control 
by acclamation. The motion was carried with 
Messrs. Davis and Crowdus not voting. 

Before he relinquished the chair, Mr. Dorsey 
spoke at length concerning the expanding pro- 
gram of the Association, making several sugges- 
tions for future consideration by the Board. 

In accepting the presidency of the Board, Mr. 
Davis pledged to do his best in attempting to 
improve the program of the Association. He and 
Mr, Crowdus made appropriate remarks concern- 
ing their new duties as Board president and vice- 
president. 

The Commissioner made a report on Associa- 
tion receipts and disbursements during the 1969- 
(Continued on Page Twelve) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1970 



Published monthly, except .June and July, by the 

Kentucky Hi^h School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication. Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington. Kentucky 

Editor 



.Assistant Editor 
Assistant Editor 
Assistant Editor 



THEO. A. SANFORD 
J. B. MANSFIELD 
__ BILLY V. WISE 
_ JEAN AUSTIN 



Lexington. Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President Don Davis (1967-1971). Fort Thomas 

Vice-President W. H. Crowdus (1968.1971). Franklin 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974). Valley Station; 
JVIorton Combs 11968-1972). Carr Creek; James T. Dotson 
11968-1972). Pikeville; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973). Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973). Morganfield; Roy L. Win- 
chester (1970-1974). Bethlehem. 

Subscri|)tion Rate $100 per year 



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Attention, Officials! 

The attention of all registereii K.H.S.A.A, foot- 
ball, basketball an(3 baseball officials is called to 
Bv-Law 29, Section 9, whicii provides that the 
officials shall be supplied with an emblem which 
he shall wear on his shirt or sweater. This rule 
will be enforced strictly in 1970-71 as it has been 
in recent years. The emblem is to be worn on the 
left shoulder shirt sleeve approximately one and 
one-half inches below the shoulder seam. The 
Approved or Certified bar should be worn below 
the emblem. Failure to wear the emblem will 
make an official liable for suspension from the 
Officials' Division of the Association. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (long 
or short sleeves), black baseball cap with white 
piping, white knee pants, black belt, black stock- 
ings, black shoes and laces; 

Basketball — black and white striped shirt (short 
sleeves, long sleeves by special permission), black 
trousers, black belt, black shoes and laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy 
blue coat or .iacket, navy blue shirt if working 
coatless, white shirt if wearing coat or jacket, 
white shirt on bases if all base umpires are dressed 
the same, umpire's navy cap (no player caps), 
indicator and mask of choice, inner protector or 
inflated protector ( inflated type if official desires 
to purchase), black belt, black shoe laces, black 
tie with white shirt. 

Basketball Clinics 

The 1970-71 required rules meetings for basket- 
ball officials and coaches will be conducted by 
Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 'Wise. Players 
and other members of the school's coaching staff 
are invited to attend the clinics. Basketball 
coaches are urged to bring their scorers and 
timers to the meetings. The dates and sites of 
the meetings are as follows: 

October .5, Somerset High School, 7:30 P.M. 

October 6. Bell County High School, Pinevlle, 
7:30 P.M. 

October 7, Hazard High School, 7:30 P.M. 

October 8. Prestonsburg High School, 7:30 P.M. 

October 9, Lee County High School. Beattyville, 
7:30 P.M. 

October 12. Morehead State University, 7:30 
P.M. 

October 13, Paul G. Bla7.er High School, Ash- 
land, 7:30 P.M. 



October 
ville, 7:30 

October 
7:30 P.M. 

October 

October 
7:30 P.M. 

October 

October 

October 
ing Green 

October 
P.M. 

October 
P.M. 

October 
7:30 P.M. 



14, Mason County High School, Mays- 
P.M. 
1,S, Holmes High School, Covington, 

19, Henderson High School, 7:30 P.M. 

20, Paducah Tilghman High School, 

21, Murray State University, 7:30 P.M. 

22, Hopkinsville High School, 7:30 P.M. 

26, Reservoir Hill, Rec. Center, Bowl- 
7:30 P.M. 

27, Elizabethtown Hi,gh School, 7:30 

28, Kentucky Hotel, Louisville, 7:30 

29, Transylvania College, Lexington, 

New Basketball Film 



A new basketball film, BASKETBALL BY THE 
RULES, has been produced by the National Fed- 
eiation of State High School Athletic Associations. 
The film was released in July of this year. Three 
prints of the film (16 mm, twenty-eight minutes, 
sound film in color) have been secured by the 
K.H.S.A.A. and placed on loan with the Film 
Library, College of Education, University of Ken- 
tucky. 

The film, is designed to provide the viewer with 
a better understanding of the rules and a finer 
appreciation of basketball as played at the inter- 
scholastic and intercollegiate levels. Through the 
use of slow motion photography, stop action and 
instant replay, colorful play situations illusti'ate 
the guidelines used by officials in making those 
tough judgment decisions that constantly occur 
in basketball. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES presents the 
more pertinent areas of the rules code in an enter- 
taining and informative manner. The screening 
principles are explained in scenes showing the 
blind, visual, and moving screens. A blocked field 
goal, the closely guarded player and the mid-court 
restrictions are shown as each applies to a held 
ball situation. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES shows the act- 
ion governed by the center division line such as 
a legal return to the back court, a return following 
a jump ball or a throw-in, and the floor position of 
player in the air. The jump ball restrictions in 
regard to the jumping circles, the jumpers and the 
non-jumpers are illustrated. 

The film explains legal and illegal contact be- 
tween players by showing incidental contact and 
pointing out the player lesponsible for illegal con- 
tact. Violations of the free throw rule by the de- 
fense and offense are explained along with the 
boundary lane and space restrictions. Illustrated 
in the film are situations involved in timing such 
as the status of the ball when the clock stops and 
starts, when the ball becomes alive and dead, and 
when there is a try-in-flight as a period ends. 

A portion of the picture is devoted to the me- 
chanics of officiating. The positions of the lead 
and trail officials are outlined. The signals for vio- 
lations and fouls are given along with other in- 
formation to help the referees and enlighten the 
fans. 

Correction 

In the 1970-71 booklet. Green County was li.sted 
incorrectly as being in Basketball District 20. 
Green County is in District 18. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1970 



Page Three 



Officials' Ratings on Sportsmanship of K.H.S.A.A. 
Member Schools in Basketball, l%9-70 



(Continued from August ATHLETE) 



SCHOOL 



COACH 
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Nancy 40 

Nelson County 40 

Newport 39 

Newport Catholic 45 

Nicholas County 43 

North Hardin 31 

North Marshall 34 

Oakdale Christian 28 

Ohio County 20 

Oldham County 47 

Olive Hill 60 

Olmstead 31 

Oneida Institute 56 

Owen County 59 

Owensboro 40 

Owensboro Catholic 35 

Owsley County 39 

Paducah Tilgliman 32 

Paintsville 43 

Paris 51 

Park City 29 

Paul G. Blazer 42 

Pendleton 63 

Phelps 29 

Pikeville 35 

Pine Knot 33 

Pineville 36 

Pleasure Ridge Park 39 

Portland Christian 23 

Powell County 64 

Prestonsburg 29 

Pnchard 49 

Providence 40 

Pulaski County 20 

Raceland 25 

Red Bird 33 

Reidland 29 

Riverside Christiaii 41 

Rowan County 30 

Russell 33 

Russell County 24 

Russellville 30 

Sacramento 42 

St. Augustine 26 

St. Camillus 19 

St. Catherine 38 

St. Charles 32 

St. Henry 58 

St. Marv 52 

St. Patrick 43 

St. Romuald 31 

St. Thomas 57 

St. Xavier 50 

SalversviUe 32 

Sandy Hook 44 

Savre 33 

Scott County 37 

Scottsville 25 

Sedalia 28 

Seneca 33 

Shawnee 37 

Shelbv County 44 

ShelbyviUe 33 

Shepherdsville 33 

Shopville 27 

Silver Grove 47 

Simon Kenton 32 

Somerset 36 

South Hopkins 22 

South Marshall 31 

Southern 45 

Stanford 33 

Symsonia 39 

Tates Creek 49 

Taylor County 39 

Taylorsville 35 

Temple Hill 30 

Thomas Jefferson 35 

Todd County Central 19 

Tollesboro 47 

Tompkinsville 31 

Trigg County 52 

Trimble County 39 



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Trinity (Louisville) 45 

Trinity iWhitesviUe) 30 

Union County 28 

Univ. Breckinridge 41 

Univ. Bowims Green 25 

Valley I 32 

Virgie 45 

Waggener 33 

Walton-Verona 61 

Warfield 45 

Warren Central 31 

Warren East 33 

Washington Co. 33 

Wayland 38 

Wayne County 28 

Webster County 37 

West Hardin 31 

West Hopkins 32 

Western (Louisville) 37 

Western (Sinai) 38 

Westport 32 

Wheelwright 31 

Whitesburg 36 

Whitley County 50 

Williamsburg 34 

Williamstown 50 

Wingo 26 

Wolfe County 41 

Woodford County 47 

Wurtland 28 



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Basketball Officials 



The following ratings were received o;i basketball of- 
ficials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1989-70. The 
numbers following each name respectively represent the 
numbers of Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor ratings given 
to the official. 

Abshire. Ronnie E.. 0-1-0-0; Ackermann, Joe F.. 0-1-1-1; 
Acton. Claude J.. 0-1-0-0; Adams. James C. 7-10-3-3; 
Adams, Richard W.. 3-0-1-0; Alexander, Howard, 4-1-0-1; 
Alexander, Rex E., 1-2-1-0; Alexander, Ronnie G., 0-1-3-0; 
Allen, James D., 3-1-2-0; Allen, Nelson R., 14-6-0-0; Allen, 
Yvon, 0-15-0-0; Allgood Russell L., 2-6-0-1; Anders, Ra- 
leigh, 4-7-2-0; Anderson, Luther S., 0-3-0-0; Archibald, 
Larry T, 6-5-3-2; Atwell, Darrvl, 0-5-1-0; Bailev, Gaar J., 
0-1-0-0; Bankemper, Thomas, 0-9-2-0; Barker Walter D., 
5-2-1-0; Barton, Leon, 0-0-0-1; Bates, Bob, 1-5-0-1; Beam, 
Joseph F., 2-13-0-1; Beck, Robert E., 0-1-0-0; Bell, Clarence 
T.. 11-11-4-1; Bennett, Gene, 4-1-0-0; Benzinger, Joseph, 
5-4-2-2; Bersaglia, Ron, 1-8-0-2; Bertsch, Ronald L.. 1-4-0- 
0; Bishop, Don H., 0-0-1-0; Biter. Chas. D.. 1-4-1-1; Black, 
Willis L.. 0-1-0-0; Blackwood. Tom, 24-21-8-1; Bleidt, John 
J.. 1-11-2-0; Blevins, Boone, 8-21-10-1; Blev, Richard, 
2-1-1-0; Bowling, Donald E.. 0-0-2-0; Bovles, Paul E., 
14-11-2-5; Bradford, Mike, 1-1-0-0; Bramble. James, 1-1-0-0; 
Branstetler. Chas. E, 1-1-1-1; Brant. Bernard, 5-20-9-2; 
Brashear, Lov Ray. 16-24-5-1; Brewer. Kenneth J.. 1-2-0-0; 
Bridges. Ralph L.. 0-2-1-0; Brizendine. Vic, 8-0-2-0; Brock. 
Alben. 38-16-0-2; Brock, John D., 7-5-2-0; Brock, John H.. 
26-14-4-2; Brock. Lavone E.. 1-1-1-0; Brown. Billy C, 
6-10-5-1; Brown, E. C, 8-18-4-1; Brown, John W., 21-12-3-4; 
Brown. L>Tnan D., 0-3-1-2; Browning, Earl, 12-14-2-0; 
Bruner, Jack C, 33-17-3-1; Buis Nathaniel, 4-15-4-1; Bunn, 
Harold. 0-1-0-0; Burch, Bill, 31-6-2-1; Burchett, Dwight, 
3-0-0-0; Burd. Robert T.. 4-10-4-0; Burgess, Jackv W., 
1-0-0-0; Burke, Harry R., 34-18-3-1; Burkhart, James G., 
0-0-1-0; Burton, Billy J.. 1-3-0-0; Bush, Karmen B.. 4-7-1-0; 
Butcher. Douglas, 22-15-10-0; Butcher. Granville "Bo". 
22-15-8-2; Butcher. Stephen D., 1-0-0-0; Butler, Bob, 11-18- 
3-0; Butler, Jack K., 1-0-1-0; Butner, Billy M., 8-19-2-1; 
Caldwell, James A.. 8-30-6-1; Calitri. Don L.. 0-2-3-1; Cal- 
lahan. Thomas J., 2-11-1-0; Campbell. Joe E., 0-3-0-3; 
Campbell. John Jr.. 6-8-0-0; Campbell. Wm., Jr., 2-1-1-0; 
Campbell. Wm. C. iBilli. 2-4-0-1; Canadav, Glenn, 4-12-2-0; 
Canadv, Ray B., 0-7-0-1; Caple, Harold, 9-16-3-0; Carlberg, 
John H.. 15-29-3-2; Carlberg. Ralph C, 4-6-0-1; Carr, Billy 
W.. 0-0-1-1; Carter. Jack T.. 4-13-6-2; Cash, Chas. C, 
4-15-5-1; Cates, Billy Chester, 0-3-3-0; Certain. Garland, 
0-0-2-0; Cisco. Robert N.. 9-11-0-1; Clardv, Barry D., 
0-3-0-0; Clark, Robert L,, 0-5-0-1; Clark, Tom, 3-4-0-0; 
Clater, James F.. 1-0-0-0; Claypool. Thomas W.. 0-6-2-1; 
Cleavenger, Ed, 9-14-6-3; Clemmons, Samuel P., 2-10-4-0; 
Cochran, Roy H.. 1-1-7-0; Coffey. Marion L.. 1-6-1-0; Cof- 
fev. Robert A., Jr.. 5-8-2-0; Coker, Allen, 0-1-1-0; Coleman, 
Daniel L., 0-1-0-0; Collev, Lynn. W.. 4-26-6-1; Collier, 
Burnard. 1-6-0-2; Collins, Hubert, 10-21-6-3; Collins, Robert 
W. 0-2-0-0; Collins. Ronald K., 1-2-0-0; Collinsworth, Ken- 
neth E., 0-1-0-0; Colvin. Jack E.. 1-3-0-0; Combs. Henry B.. 
2-8-4-1; Combs, Keith A., 12-10-1-1; Combs. Sherman, 3-2- 



1-1; Conley, C. B.. 3-4-2-0; Conley, Ted L., 24-6-4-1; Cook, 
0-1-0-0; Cooksey. Marvin O.. 7-18-3-2; Cooper, John F., 
1-3-0-1; Copley. Sidney M.. 2-2-0-0; Corlis. John H., 0-1-0-0; 
Cox, Colin, 1-8-3-0; Cox, Jim, 4-2-0-0; Cox, Kenny, 1-1-1-1; 
Cox, Rufus A., 20-12-3-1; Crager, Bobby F., 22-6-1-0; 
Cravens, Richard F., 2-8-4-8; Cravens, Robert L.. 5-22-9-5; 
Crawford. W. Gordon. 0-1-0-0; Crisp, Alben, 0-0-0-1; 
Croft, Lewis E., 3-12-8-0; Crouse, James W., 1-1-1-2; 
Crouse, Joseph L., Jr., 0-0-2-0; Cullum, Harold D.. 2-3-4-2; 
Culp. Ronald D., 10-16-4-1; Cummins, Ray E.. 0-3-0-0; 
Cunningham Jack D.. 0-1-0-0; Curtis. Douglas E., 2-3-2-1; 
Dalton, John P., 0-3-0-2; Dame, L. J.. 8-18-5-2; Daniel, 
Roger T., 9-6-1-0; Daniels, Robert A.. 18-21-7-0; Davenport, 
Bowman, 3-6-1-0; Davis, Harold T., 6-22-4-2; Davis, Ralph 
C, 0-0-1-0, Davis, Tom, 0-2-0-0; Dawson, Albv L., 0-1-0-0; 
Day, Bill E., 6-18-3-1; Day, Jack L,, 3-5-0-1; Dennison, 
James E.. 0-3-3-0; Denton. Wm. D.. 2-7-0-0; DeVarv, Bill, 
20-8-5-2; Dickson, Tom. 0-0-1-0; Dieterle. Owen, 0-2-1-0; 
Dillihav. Ralph Elbert, 3-5-2-3; Disken, Jim, 4-4-0-0; Di- 
vine, Wavne L.. 3-5-0-0; Dixon, Billy M., 9-10-3-8; Dobson, 
Kenneth, 0-7-0-1; Dockerv, Donald, 0-6-0-1; Donahue, 
Owen B., 1-2-0-0; Dorsev, James A., 4-12-0-0; Dotson, John 
B., 1-2-0-0; Downs, Joseph W., 4-4-1-0; Drake, Richard R., 
20-29-3-1; Draughn. Hubert H., 1-0-0-0; Driskell, Earl Jr,. 
10-14-0-2; Duerson, Wm. R., 7-17-2-2; Duff, Birchell, 
0-2-0-0; Duff, Earl, 13-15-0-0; Durbin, Hade Jr., 13-18-5-7; 
Durbin, Rov V., 2-14-6-3; Duvall, Thomas J., Sr.. 18-38-4-1; 
Dvke. Orville Dean. 3-19-4-3; Fades. James M., 9-19-5-0; 
Edgington, Fred, 3-1-0-1; Eldridge, Wavne R., 5-10-2-0; 
Elliott, Carroll L.. 16-27-3-0; Elmore, Jimmy A. .17-21-4-0; 
Embry. James C. 0-1-0-0; Emery, George A.. 0-4-2-2; 
Farley. Jimmy. 4-10-4-2; Farmer. Billie L.. 2-2-3-0; Farmer. 
Jack. 3-4-0-1; Featherstone. Jerry. 0-2-0-1; Feltner, Ralph 
Jr., 2-18-0-5; Ferguson. Ray, 1-2-3-0; Ferguson. Thomas L.. 
0-1-0-0; Fields. Rufus Jr.. 1-7-0-1; Finlev. Albert R.. 21- 
;!4-8-5; Finlev. Ben. 0-0-0-1; Fish, Leland G,, 9-10-2-0; 
Fiske. Chas.,' N.. 2-0-0-0; Flynn. Bobby. 14-17-4-2; Foster. 
Bob. 36-18-3-0; Fowler. Ronald S.. 0-1-0-1; Fox. David G., 
0-1-0-1; Fraley, Bill J., 3-5-5-4; Fraley, Joe, 2-2-0-0; Francis, 
James F., 5-5-0-0; Francis. Wm. Lewis. 0-2-3-1; Frankel, 
Louis S.. 0-1-0-0; Freeman. Rov Leon. 2-2-0-0; Freese. 
OIlie, 0-1-1-0; Freppon, Thomas E., 4-20-1-2; Fritz, Sher- 
man, 25-26-3-1; Fugate, Robert Jr., 1-0-0-0; Gabbard, John 
B.. 2-5-0-0; Gaines. Harvey. 4-4-0-3; Gaither. Gene. 13- 
43-2-2; Gardner, Howard E., 3-12-1-0; Gaskin, Donald W., 
0-1-0-0; Gentry, Dale J, 5-15-3-1; Gettler, John F., 2-8-5-1; 
Gibson, Carl, 1-3-1-0; Gibson, Fred W.. 13-35-7-0; Gilbert, 
Gerald L.. 49-35-1-1; Gilman. Ronald R., 0-3-0-0; Goebel, 
N. Glen. 2-1-0-0; Goheen. Larry. 0-0-1-0; Goins, Edgar S., 
9-28-1-2; Golden. Billv Joe. 31-20-1-5; Goley. Jim. 14-21-2-0; 
Goodman. Jack. 31-32-5-1; Gour. Bob. 6-2-0-0; Cover. Luid, 
6-11-1-2; Graham, James E., 1-1-0-0; Green, Donald P.. 
2-9-0-3; Greer. Phil G.. 1-13-2-1; Grigsbv. Pete Jr.. 5-2-0-0; 
Grooms. Roger. 1-1-0-0; Haas. Tom V.. 0-1-0-0; Hackett, 
Wilbur, 0-0-0-1; Hall, Jack R., 5-10-0-2; Hall, Tommy D., 
0-0-1-0; Hall. Wm. W.. 28-16-3-2: Ham, Ronald. 3-1-1-0; 
Hamilton, Mike D., 0-0-1-0; Hamilton. Walter F.. 3-5-1-1; 



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Hamm. Gerald, 7-27-3-1; Hamm, Harold D., 0-6-1-0: Ham- 
mons, Norman, U-21-9-3; Hancock. Norb. 2-25-4-4: Haney, 
Ravmond. 9-6-3-1: Hardin, Don G., 28-16-5-0; Hardin. Jack 
H.. 0-1-1-1: Hargis. Noel Keith. 1-2-0-0; Harjo. Austin A., 
1-3-1-1: Harned. Vic. 36-29-0-0: Harper. Randall H.. 12-37- 
3-1; Harper. Robie. 12-5-0-0: Harris. Billy. 9-33-7-1; Harris, 
Larry R.. 0-0-3-1: Harris. Richard H., 0-4-3-0; Harris, 
Wavne. 5-3-2-6; Harrison. John L., 21-19-5-4: Hatfield. 
Dennis G.. 0-1-0-0; Hausfeld. Walter P.. 1-0-0-0; Hawkins, 
Donald H., 21-27-2; Havden. John (Jack). 3-7-3-2; Havden. 
Samuel J.. 5-6-3-0; Haves. James V.. 2-14-2-2; Hazelwood, 
Howard P., 0-2-0-2; Heath. Robert. 0-3-1-0; Heinichen. Carl 

C. 0-2-0-0: Heldman. John Jr.. 0-1-0-0; Henson. Tonv C. 
3-8-4-0; Hess. Chas. R.. 6-5-1-0; Hewitt. R. T. (Buddv), 
16-27-4-1; Hicks. Dane. 7-18-1-0; Hicks. Shirlev Gene. 
0-1-1-0; Hill. James P., 10-23-1-0: Hill. Jimmv P.. 1-1-2-4; 
Hill. Wallace. 0-2-2-2; Hill. Wm. D. Jr., 0-1-1-1: Hina. 
Chas. W., 0-2-0-0; Hina, Henrv B.. 0-1-1-2; Hina, Rov D., 
4-8-2-0: Hines. Bob. 1-1-0-0: Hinton. Henrv. 24-17-2-3; 'Hitt. 
Billy D.. 0-2-0-0; Hobbs. Chas.. 1-0-0-0; Hoffmeier. Paul. 
0-1-0-0; Hofstetter. Joe. 10-11-1-1; Hollan. R. W., 0-2-0-0; 
Hollar. Lannv W.. 0-1-0-0; Holt. Larrv Kent. 0-1-0-0: Holt. 
Robert E.. 5-28-11-5; Holthouser. Ora Lee. 4-17-3-5; Holton. 
Ray. 5-22-5-0; Hook. B. B.. 6-26-3-0; Hook. Don. 1-6-3-0; 
Hopper. Fred V.. 0-1-0-0: Hord. Ronnie D., 2-13-1-2: Horn. 
Everett Jr., 6-8-4-0: Horsman, Bill. 5-25-4-5; Hounshell. 
Bill. 0-1-0-0; Howard. Bruce. 5-6-0-0; Howard. James D.. 
0-3-1-0; Howard. Orville R.. 1-4-0-1; Hubbs. Sonnv. 8-16- 
12-2: Huber. Jerry. 0-4-1-0: Hudson. Miles F.. 0-1-0-2; Hug- 
gins. James F.. 1-0-0-0; Hughes. Paul P.. 20-9-2-0: Hume. 
Chas. E.. 9-22-5-1; Hunlev. Neil P.. 6-3-0-1: Hurlev. Robert. 
2-6-2-0; Hurt. Thomas C 0-2-0-0: Hutchens. Jim. 6-17-0-0; 
Huter. James J.. 1-0-0-0; Idol. Billv Joe. 14-10-1-1; Ingra- 
ham. Garv J.. 0-2-0-0; Jackson. Robert H., 2-0-0-0; Jacobs, 

D. R.. 0-1-0-0: Jacobv. Ben. 1-0-0-0; Jenkins. Bervl M., 
1-4-1-0; Johnson. Gavle. 0-1-1-0: Johnson. Harrv B.. 9-8-2-1; 
Johnson. Henry Sig. 1-0-2-3: Johnson, James M.. 14-20-6-2: 
Johnson. Jerrv L.. 1-2-0-1; Johnson. Ronald L.. 4-13-2-5; 
Johnson. Walter. 32-10-1-0; Johnson. W. Bernard. O-I-O-O; 
Johnson. Wm. E.. 0-1-0-0; Jones. Bobby. 3-6-1-0; Jones. 
Carson. 3-4-0-1; Jones. Denver. 4-6-1-6; Jones, Frank. 
0-1-0-0; Jones. James Ervin. 0-10-4-2: Jones. Robert L. Jr.. 
9-7-0-0: Kavs. Herbert S.. 0-1-0-0; Keatlev. James H.. 
0-2-0-0; Keeling. Reuben. 1-1-0-1; Kellv. Chas. R.. 8-12-1-1; 
Kelseh. James R.. 0-0-0-1; Kilcovne, James D.. 0-1-0-0; 
Kimmel. Jerrv. 38-42-4-0: King. James A., 26-35-5-2; King, 
Raymond H.. 6-19-1-0; Kirk. Chas.. 15-24-4-4; Knauer, Glen 
M.. 1-15-3-0: Knight. Bill. 15-1S-2-1; Kouns. Robert H.. 
10-5-0-1: Kratzenberg. Richard R.. 1-2-1-0; Kuhl. Lawrence. 
35-14-4-1; Lallv. James J.. 0-5-4-2: Lambert. Irvine G.. 
4-12-0-0; Lambert, R. E. (Bobi, 2-2-1-1; Lancaster. Glenn. 
2-4-0-1; Landers. John F.. 0-1-0-0; Landreth. Robert H.. 
1-1-1-0; Laskev. George O.. 0-1-0-1; Latkovski. Anastasius 
lAndvi. 8-16-2-3; Laubheimer. Don T.. 18-20-4-1; Laugher- 
ty. Kenneth R.. 0-1-1-0; Lawson. Rondell. 17-12-1-3: Lavne, 
Bert. 1-0-0-0; Leber. Jerrv L.. 1-0-0-0; Lefevers. Coleman 
J.. 2-6-0-0; Leigh. Eugene F.. 1-1-0-0; LeQuire. Harold M., 
10-25-2-1; Letcher. Ronnie. 0-2-0-1; Lile. Clvde P.. 6-17-5-0; 
T illie. Wm. Westlv. 2-3-1-0: Linette. James M.. 0-1-0-1; 
L'st. Frank A.. 3-19-3-0: Littlepage. Prvce. 8-15-4-0; Llovd. 
David. 0-3-3-0; Llovd. John M.. 0-0-0-1; Logan. Doug. 
0-2-0-0: LoEsdon. Thomas (Ali. 12-28-6-1: Long. Bill. 0-1- 
0-0; Long. James E., 0-5-0-1; Long. Robert F.. 6-12-2-3; 
Louden. Hubert C 18-12-1-1; Loudv. Kenneth. 8-6-1-0; 
Lowe. Gene T.. 21-27-3-7; Lowe. James D.. 0-11-4-1: Lueb- 
bers. Leonard, 2-6-1-0; Lusbv. George. 15-16-5-5: McBride. 
W. Kenneth. 3-1-0-0; McCargo. Frank. 4-20-5-1; McCarlev. 
John W.. 7-13-0-1: McChntock. Lee L.. 0-1-0-0: McClure. 
Wm. S.. 18-15-1-0: McCov. Havse. 14-21-3-4: McCov. Larrv. 
1-2-2-0: McEIdred. Chas. G.. 0-1-0-0; MeGehee. Gordon. 
5-22-3-1; McGintv. L. V. Jr.. 2-7-1-4: McGlasson. Galen. 
3-5-6-1; McKen7ie. Dwisht E.. 1-0-0-0; McKenzie. James 
M.. 7-5-1-1; McKenzie, Robert L.. 1-3-0-0; McLane. Albert 
T.. 22-27-4-1; McLean. Gordon 2-2-0-0: McLeod. Robert 
N.. 6-7-1-0: McMenama. John H.. 2-3-2-1; McNamee. Jack. 
0-1-0-0; McPherson. Rav A.. 0-0-1-0; McPike. Rav S. Jr.. 
0-1-0-0: Maddox. Richard. 4-0-1-1: Madon. Robert L., 
37-8-1-3; Maines. Geo. E.. 20-29-3-3; Mang. Berrv W. Jr.. 
0-1-0-1; May. E. B. Jr., 22-12-0-0; May. Larry. 1-10-2-1: 
Maves, Edward. 1-1-1-0; Mavnard. Lonnie. 0-1-0-0: Mav- 
nard. Wm. D.. 0-3-0-0: Meek. James D.. 0-4-1-1: Melear. 
Leland. 14-18-2-3: Melmige. James Jr.. 8-6-0-1; Marklay. 
George. 0-0-1-0; Martin. Woodv. 0-2-0-1; Mason. Gene A.. 
0-7-3-1; Massie. Stephen M.. 1-7-2-0: Mathis. Mike. 4-10- 
1-1: Melton. Bob. 0-2-0-1: Menefee. Chas.. 0-1-0-1: Mere- 
dith. Dennv E. Jr.. 17-34-7-5; Metzeer. Don. 5-11-2-2; Mid- 
dleton. John. 6-8-0-0: Milburn. Daniel. 8-28-4-0: Miles. 
Marvin. 2-1-0-0: Miles. Robert J.. 2-7-0-0; Miller. Bob. 
11-24-2-0: Miller. Claude O.. 1-2-0-0: Miller. Ferrel. 3-16- 
'-O: Miller- Harold P.. 3-9-5-1; Miller. Rex. 1-4-0-0: Miller. 
Victor L.. 0-5-0-0: Moberlv. Harold F.. 0-3-2-2: Monahan. 
Fd. 0-1-3-1; Monks. Ronald E. 0-0-2-0: Montgomery, 
Chester. 17-18-2-2; Moore. Donald. 0-1-0-1: Moore. Larrv. 
0-0-1-0; Moore. Marvin. 7-2-0-0: Moore. Richard E.. 41-38- 
4-2: Moore. Robert W. Jr.. 30-23-4-1: Moore. Wm. G.. 0-0- 
1-0; Moreland, Donald J., 0-1-1-1; Morgan, Richard, 5- 



14-2-0; Moser, Rudv Clav. 62-28-3-0: Mueller, Jack R., 
0-1-0-1: Mullins, Jerrv, 0-1-0-0; Murphy. Tom, 0-2-4-0; 
Murrell. Allen L.. 2-30-8-1: Napier. Chas. M., 1-1-3-0; 
Napier, Wallace R. Jr.. 0-3-0-0; Nash. Dennis, 1-7-0-0; Ness, 
Max A., 1-3-2-0; Newcomb. Bobby. 0-4-0-3; Newman. Bill, 
11-4-0-0; Newnam. Larrv G.. 2-3-0-0: Nieland, Douglas. 
1-2-0-0; Noel. John W. (Pete). 0-1-0-0: Norwood. Thomas 
R.. 2-2-0-1; Nuss. Albert M., 2-15-4-2; O'Connell, Jim. 
6-8-0-0: O'Keefe. Thomas, 0-2-0-0; Oldham. John H., 
0-2-0-0; Omer. Harold G., 1-7-4-1; O'Nan, Harold L., 
3-10-6-6; O'Nan, Norman. 17-26-2-1: Orem. Dale L., 2-3-1-0; 
Osting, Lawrence J-. 1-1-1-0; Otis. Bill. 1-4-0-0; Overbey, 
Jerrv L.. 1-3-1-0: Owens. Bruce E.. 4-3-0-0; Ow^ens. Bruce 
V . 7-9-3-2; Pace, Donald. 6-13-0-0; Pack. James R.. 0-1-0-0; 
Padeett, R. K.. 14-14-3-1; Page. James N.. 0-7-3-0; Park, 
J. M., 0-1-2-2: Parker. Francis V.. 0-3-0-1; Parrish, WiUie, 
0-0-1-0: Parrott. Lannv L.. 8-18-0-2; Parsons, Fred, 16-16- 
4-0; Patterson. Bill E.. 3-6-3-1; Paxton. Gary R., 4-1-3-0: 
Pavne. Gavle. 3-14-2-0; Pedigo. Albert M.. 1-0-1-2: Peeno. 
Harrv. 2-7-5-0: Fence. Wm. Jerry. 1-12-5-1; Perkins. Ron- 
nie. '7-21-0-0: Perrv. James E.. 4-15-7-1: Phelps. Ralph 
iRuddvl. 2-2-0-0: Phelps. Rav. 4-3-0-0: Phillips. Thomas. 
l-7-l-l': Pietrowski. Paul. 0-7-1-0; Pittman. Spencer R.. 
0-1-0-0: Poe. Thomas E.. 1-8-0-1; Pollock. Robert. 6-3-0-0; 
Pope Rov T.. 1-4-0-0; Poppas. Nicholas. 3-0-0-1: Porter, 
Clarence ' 0-0-1-0; Powers. Elmer. 0-1-1-0; Prater. Randel, 
1-0-0-0- Price. Don M.. 3-3-0-1; Price. James E., 1-10-1-0; 
Priode Chas. E.. 0-1-0-0: Pursiful. Chas. E.. 0-1-0-0: 
Quisenberrv. James M.. 0-0-1-0; Ramey. Herbert D., 
20-10-3-0: Redman. Melvin P.. 10-13-3-0; Reed. Chas. R.. 
18-15-4-2; Reed. Gordon. 0-2-0-1; Rees. Gayle. 4-2-2-1; 
Reeves Curtis R.. 1-0-0-0; Reherman. Fred. 1-6-0-0; Rem- 
hardt Mvron S 29-29-1-0: Reliford. Paul Glenn. 16-22-7-5; 
Rexrdat 'jerrv L.. 15-35-11-6; Rhodes. Cecil. 0-2-0-0; Rice. 
Wm L 0-2-0-0: Rich. Dennis W.. 1-12-1-0; Ricketts. Claude 
O 15-10-1-5: Richetts. Donald R.. 5-7-1-0: Rigdon. Kenneth 
J ' 1-3-5-0; Riggs. Floyd L.. 3-4-1-0; Ring. Bill. 22-20-2-0; 
Rister Edgar L.. 34-25-2-2; Ritter. Goebel. 25-11-0-2: Robin- 
son D Blake 0-2-2-2: Robinson. Don L,. 8-4-0-0: Rodgers, 
Tom H 6-22-5-0; Roe. Dovle iBuddyl. 7-17-0-1; Roeckers, 
Bernard 0-2-0-0; Roesel, Joseph. 7-17-6-0; Rogers. El- 
dridge 0-1-4-2; Rosers. Howard D,. 16-25-3-0; Roller. Otis. 
0-2-2-0- Romans. Jerry. 7-7-1-1: Rose. Walter S.. 2-6-1-2; 
Ross Bill T . 0-4-0-1; Ross. Harold L.. 2-3-0-0; Runyon. 
Tommv. 6-17-1-0: Russell. Howard (Joe). 0-1-1-0- Sagers, 
Robert M , 0-1-0-0: St. Clair. Robert L. Jr., 27-15-2-0: 
Salver Henrv E.. 3-8-3-2: Sanders. Mel. 0-1-0-0; Sandusky, 
JerVv ' 0-10-0-0; Saviors, Carlee. 3-8-2-0: Scent. James Al- 
bert.' '0-2-0-0: Schad. James. 3-4-1-1: Schmidt Thomas C., 
8-8-3-0: Scott. Emmanuel H.. 4-6-0-1; Scott Willie L 
0-1-0-0- Sears. Wilscn. 5-30-3-1; Seavers. Joe. 9-14-3-2. Sel- 
lier Ed. 12-19-4-0; Selvv. Curt. 15-19-4-0: Serey George E. 
Aster 0-4-0-1; Skaggs. Robert L.. 4-18-0-0: Small. -Wm. W., 
Jr 1-0-0-0: Sharp,' Robert J.. 0-1-0-0: Shaw. Donald Lee. 
3-12-6-1; Shaw. Earl. 11-25-8-3; Shearer Robert L.. 0-2-2-1. 
Shewmaker. Treffert. 1-2-0-0; Shewniaker. Wavne 0-2-0-4 
Shope. Lowell M.. 0-2-0-0; Shuck. Thomas G., 19-18-4-3. 
Simnson Fred C 5-20--2-0; Sims. Frank D.. 37-47-3-3. 
Imf Tom M. O^l-O-O: Singer. Tonv. 0-1-1-1; Singleton, 
lobbv L 16-36-8-1: Singleton. Jerry L 4^28-6-2. Sizemore 
■>l-''4-3-0- Smith. Bennv. 0-1-0-0: Smith. David W 0-1-1-0, 
smith James H.. 0-6-0-1;, Smith. Roy M. 5-16-6-2; Smith. 
Thomas W,. 0-0-1-0: Smith. Wayne N. 22-12-2-2 Smith. 
Willard X.. 32-16-1-0; Smith. Winfred. 3-6-1-0 Snow. 
Tamis A 0-2-0-0: Snow. Robert. 0-2-0-1; Sparks. Keith E. 
J, 9-0-0-1- Sparrow. John Allen. 1-0-0-1; Spencer. Irv. 
20:'l8:4-2; Spiceland. S. E.. 0-12-2-3; Spoonamore Jim, 
6-94-6-0; Staoleton. Tom. 0-1-0-0; Stark. Douglas O 2-2-0-0. 
Steenken William R.. 1-2-4-1: Steohens, Herbert D., 
2-0 O-O; Stephenson. Harry S.. 1-2-0-0; Stethen. James E., 
O-ll-'-l- Stevens James L.. 4-0-1-0; Stewart. Eddie V., 
0-0-1-0- 'stiff. Maurice E. Jr.. 17-22-2-1; Stikeleather. Clyde 
L 24-34 1-1: Stinson. Chas. L.. 0-1-0-0: Stpess Heiiry L 
4-7-3-1: Strain. Richard P.. 9-19-7-1: Strickland Herbert. 
0-5-2-2; Strong. Arnett. 24-2-4-0: Strong "las^ E. 0-2- -1, 
Sucietto. Dick. 0-1-0-0; Sullivan. Dan L -.."-^Vn 'qjar s 
van Don Chris 18-10-1-1: Sumner. Carl. 20-26-3-0. Swarts, 
}o eph 2-r-O 0- • Switzer. Ridrar_d 4-1-0-2: Tackett Archie. 
1-1-0-0- Tate. Harold D., 3-7-0-0: Tavlor. Ed 19-19-1-1, 
Taylor Jim T 0-8-3-1; Taylor. John O.. 0-0-1-0; Thomas, 
BUKG 8-11-8-0: Thomas. Frank M., 0-0-2-0: Thomas, 
Paul E ' 1-3-1-2; Thomoson. Houston C. 1-0-0-0: Ihomp- 
son Jack 0-l-0:0: Thompson. Kenneth. ll-10;2-4:, Thomp- 
Larry. 1-3-0-3: Thompson. Thomas 



19-26-4-4; 



son. j-,aii,\. A-o-w-o. i ,,u,..t^-.w,.. - . n 1 n n- 

Thompson: Tom D.. 1-2-0-1; Tierney Larry W. 0-1-0-0. 
TiUerv. James C. 2-9-1-0; Tinsley. Marion F 16-21-5-2; 
Towler. Stephen W.. 0-1-0-0; Toy. Charles K.. 0-1-0-0; 
Triplett, Herbert W.. 33-28-2-2; T"rley. Roy M 1-0-0- , 
Tvre Donald 10-11-2-4; Urlage. Richard. 14-23-2-1. Van- 
Hook Samuel. 1-4-2-0; Vanover. J. W., 4-41-7-4; Vanover. 
Wilev G 5-29-3-2: VanZant. Jim. 5-9-1-0; Varble. Wilham. 
9-6-0'-0- Varner. Rav G.. 4-9-5-2; Veneklase. Bruce G.. 
0-0-0-1: Vermillion. C. D.. 5-13-0-0; Vescovi. Ravmond B., 
9-0-0-1- Vest Thomas. 1-0-0-0: Vinson. Ray T., 2-8-1-0; 
Vipperman Al. 0-2-0-1: Voorhis. Ken. 5-12-1-0: Vories. 
Dick '5-22-1-0: Waller, Bobbie E., 15-10-3-3: Walton. Roy, 



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8-9-2-1: Ward. Robert L,, 8-12-5-0; Weaver. Ray. 8-21-1-0; 
Weihe. Robert J.. 0-1-1-1; Weiner. Richard A.. 1-6-1-0; 
Wells. Glenn. 2-10-2-2; Wesche. James A.. 3-17-5-1; West, 
John F.. 0-8-3-0; Wever. James. 14-7-0-0; White. David B., 
0-0-3-2; Wickham. James Robert. 6-10-0-0; Wihebrink. 
James A., 0-1-0-0; Williams. Jack A.. 12-18-1-1; Williams. 
Roger. 16-20-4-0; Williams. Tom G.. 7-9-6-3; Williams, Wil- 
lie H.. O-I-O-O; WUson. Gerald. 0-1-0-0; Winchester. Roy 
L.. 24-27-3-0; Winders. Bobbv G.. 0-2-0-0; Winfrey, Shelby. 
21-16-2-0; Wingfield. Felix G.. 5-8-1-1; Winnecke. John E.. 
0-1-0-0; Wise. Jack. 16-7-0-0; Withrow. Rov D.. 0-1-1-0; 
Witten. Clifford. 1-0-0-1; Witten. Hershel D.. 0-2-0-0; 
Woods. Gene B.. 2-16-3-1; Woolwine. James C 1-0-0-0; 
Wooton. George B.. 1-12-5-1; Wright. H. W. Jr., 1-5-1-0; 
Wright. James L.. 1-4-0-0; Wright, Raleigh F., 0-1-0-0; 
Wulfeck. James. 1-4-0-1; Young. James, 0-1-4-0; Zachary, 
David A.. 0-2-0-0, 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

OF THE K.H.S.A.A.— 1970 

(List Compiled September 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given the first number is that of the 
home phone. 

.'\dams. Charles David, 4800 Andrea Way, Louisville, 

964-5419 
Adams. Michael. 509 Brockton. Richmond. 623-4787 
.Adams. Paul E., 649 King Ave., Barboursville, W, Va. 
Ahrens. James R.. 112 Ward Ave.. Bellevue, 261-3304, 

921-1520 
Albright, James R., Route = 3, Shelbyville, 633-4614, 

633-1810 
Allen, Arthur, Route = 6, Franklin, 586-6836. 586-3231 
Allison, Rov, Box 749, Harlan, 573-3789, 573-4770 
Anders, Raleigh. 113 Balsinger. London. 864-4060 
Anderson. Douglas L., 104 Monroe St., Columbia, 

384-3176 (Bus.) 
Anderson, John G,, P. O. Box 244, Prestonsburg, 

886-2278, 886-2346 
Ashworth, Paul. 1044 Belvoir, Cincinnati. Ohio. 251-5461, 

421-5700 ext. 481 
Austin, Tom A,, 230 Mohawk, Paducah, 554-4562. 554-4562 
Avers. Edward L.. 625 Laramie Road. Lexington, 277-2333, 

277-1161 ext. 44 
Bacigalupo, Eddie, Route 2, Alamo. Tenn.. 696-8888, 

686-7401 
Baker. David E.. 2000 Cambridge Dr., Lexington, 255-9719, 

254-0505 
Ballaban. Tom. 1103 Archland Dr.. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

522-3024. 761-7600 
Bartels. John T.. 1344 Sixth Ave.. Davton. 581-4250, 

821-0728 
Barton, Leon. P. 

546-3661 

Bates. Bob. 1120 

354-2168. 353-1013 

Batterton. Keith. 

734-9624, 734-4313 

Battisti, Edward A. 

2,33-9818, 224-0731 
Beane, John Edward, Box 2594, PikeviUe, 437-7957, 

432-2565 
Beheler, Donald S., 313 Robin Road. Paris, 987-3692, Lex- 
ington 233-2000 ext. 2410 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Rd,. Louisville, 

239-0782, 582-5573 
Bellissemo Frank, 3524 McHenrv, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

662-6536, 421-5700 ext. 4631 
Bennett, Howard (Petei. Route -6, Mayfield, 247-3309, 

247-3510 ext. 41 
Benzinger. Joseph. Jr.. 3502 Behvmer Rd.. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 752-3932. 553-3195 
Hero. James J.. Box 968. Williamson, W, Va. 
Berry. Lyman T., Jr., 5 Steiner Blvd, Barboursville, W. Va. 
Bewley. Harrv G.. 306 Estate Drive, Elizabethtown, 

765-5018, 769-2311 
Blake. Jesse L.. 503 Tenn. Ave., Pineville, 337-5272, 

337-2392 
Blanton, Homer. i:)8 New Hampshire. Ashland. 324-1730, 

324-1730 
Blevins. Donald Wavne, 1954 Natchez Trail, Lexington, 

277-6324, 2.33-5000 ext. 5492 
Blosser. Kermit A., 80 Maplewood Dr., Athens, Ohio, 

593-3007. 594-,5031 
Bocook, Earl, 1102 Beech St„ Kenova, W. Va., 453-1810, 

453-3661 
Boemker, Bob, 69 Thompson Ave.. Ft. Mitchell 
Bordv. Philip. 3308 Stratford, LouisviUe, 458-7005, 582-3994 
Boswell, Martin, Route 2r 2. Providence, 667-5143, 249-3132 
Bowling, James Earl, 7600 Yorktown Rd., Louisville, 

361-2786 
Bovd, John D.. 609 High St., Coal Grove, Ohio, 532-6503, 

532-8143 
Bovles, Jerr\- F., 2700 Algonquin, Ashland, 324-6995, 
,324-1111 



O. Box 497, Barbourville, 546-6368, 

Meadow Lane, Portsmouth Ohio, 

602 Ashwood Drive, Harrodsburg, 

5945 Bavaria Place. Dayton. Ohio, 



Bradford, Bob, 76 Southview, Ft. Thomas, 781-1217 

752-1600 
Bramble. James L., 1,53 Manitoba Lane, Lexington, 272-4826, 

278-9355 
Brashear, Loy Ray, Route it 1, Glendale, 854-2921, 765-2181 
Brauch. Charles J.. 117 Westview Drive, Bardstown. 

348-3218. 348-3991 
Bridewell, Gilbert. 153 Billens. Bellevue, 581-3710, 581-8071 
Brock, Johnnie G., Stonev Fork. 337-3513. 337-6262 
Brock. Alben. Kettle Island, 337-3848, 337-2058 
Brock, Charles LeVerne, Box 405, Loyall, 573-3819 
Brotzge, Maurice J., 3029 Beals Branch Dr., Louisville 

893-7206. 896-4461 
Brown, Bill, 2553 Dell Rd., Louisville, 458-4857, 582-1347 
Brown. Herman G., Route ji 2, Shelbyville, 633-2516 

Louisville 589-9177 
Brown, John W. (Scoop), 975 Waverly Drive, Lexington, 
252-3212, 252-0954 
Brubaker, Don. 101 Michael. Route ^ 3, Box 894, South 

Point, Ohio, 377-2235, 377-2235 
Brubaker, John E., Box 241 B, Route ii 1, South Point, 

Ohio, 377-4319 
Bruce. William. Humboldt Hi-Wav. Milan. Tenn., 686-7217 
Brummett, Don, 3406 Rowena Rd., Louisville, 459-0682, 

673-5401 
Bucklev, Robert S., Jr., 761 Washington, Flatwoods, 

836-8275, 324-1111 ext. 5768 
Bullock. Ted. 2622 Clavs Mill Road, Lexington, 277-0145, 

252-7521 
Burgess, Olev, 1708 Svcamore St.. Kenova. W. Va.. 453-2593 
Burke. David Dean. 448 29th St.. Ashland, 324-3047, 429-1326 
Burke, Harrv R., Prestonsburg, 886-2796, 886-2385 
Burkett, James F.. 2013 Goldsmith Lane #25, Louisville, 

452-0849, 459-2331 
Burkhart, James G,, Box 169, Loyall, 573-1437, 664-3444 
Burton, James E., 401 Barbour St,, Providence, 667-2296 
Burton. John, 1016 1 2 Greenup Ave., Ashland, 324-2348, 

325-3084 
Cain, Paul D., 3731 Earls Court-View, Cincinnati, Ohio 

321-7246, 871-6103 
Caldwell, Charles M.. Box 2333. Huntington. W. Va. 
Calitri. Don. Box 481 Union College, Barbourville, 546-3775, 

546-4151 ext. 133 
Callihan. Billv Joe, M. Route, Russell, 836-8020, 836-9525 
Campbell, Bill. 7413 Paiute Rd., Louisville, 366-9296, 

366-9561 ext. 388 
Canadav, Glenn, 201 Lincoln St,, Vine Grove, 877-5387, 

877-5537 
Canadv, Rav Blair, 620 North Main, Barbourville, 546-4765, 

546-3801 
Carev, Al J. Jr.. 417 Lehigh Terrace. Charleston. W. Va. 
Carlberg. John H.. Box 234. Muldraugh. 942-2723. 942-2730 
Carlberg. Ralph. 1501 Elm St.. West Point. 922-4456 
Carlson, David A,, 2916 Washington St., Paducah, 444-7943, 

444-6311 ext. 558 
Carr. Billv W.. 411 Longview, Franklin. 586-6355, 586-3261 
Carr. Lawrence W,. 323 Shelby St.. Bromley. 261-2994. 

243-3151 
Cason, Charles, = 25 Ivory Towers, Winchester, 744-8634, 

744-5656 ext. 59 
Cecil, Donnie. Route = 1, Rineyville, 877-5877, 624-7317 
Cecil, A Morris, 14 Shaw Lane, Ft. Thomas. 441-8427, 

381-1480 
Cecil, Roeer, P. O. Box 401. Hazard, 436-6644. 436-2151 
Chattin. Ernest P.. 615-17th St.. Ashland. 324-2665, 325-8586 

ext. 231 
Chinn. Ralph. 523 So, Bend Drive, Lexington, 278-8078 
Chiswell. Charles Lawrence, 1348 Royalty Court, Lexing- 
ton, 254-1564 
Cisco, Robert N,, 4288 Oakland, Ft, Knox, 624-7586. 624-5330 
Clark Charles L,. 1330 Ridgewav. New Albany. 945-1410 
■Clark, John E.. P. O, Box 341. Cvnthiana. 234-4605, 299-0411 
Clark. Owen B,. 137 Showalter, Georgetown, 863-3719 

303 Southern Drive. Clarksville. Tenn., 



635 Central, Lexington, 255-7566, 



Clark, Robert L., 

647-2196 
Clemmons. Sam 

252-0391 
Cline. Nick. 5505 Whispering Hills, LouisviUe, 964-0214 
Cloxton, Harrv E,, 1128 Eleventh St., West Nitro, W. Va, 
Cochran, Rov' H., Jr., P. O. Box 335, Owenton, 484-5281, 

484-3948 
Coffman E S, (Sam), 1418 Nottingham Road, Charleston, 

W. Va. 
Collins. Ronald K.. 2509 Buttermilk, Villa Hills, 341-0578, 

431-9964 
Cook, Richard N., 

243-3531 
Cooper, Norris E.. 

842-8131 
Coplev Sidney M., Box 13. Red Jacket, W. Va. 
Coppler, Arden D,, 619 Cromwell Drive, Lexington, 

6256, 278-6256 
Cornwell, James, 506 South Main St., Franklin, 586-4327, 

586-4451 
Colin, Cox, Route ir 2, Box 11, Hazard, 436-5963, 436-3711 
Couch, James Douglas, Box 114, Hyden, 374-3262, 672-2505 
Cowan. R, L.. 9615 Walnutwood Way, Jeffersontown, 

267-6224, 587-1121. ext, 387 



50 Forest Ave., Fort Thomas, 441-9269, 
218 Dean St., Bowling Green, 842-3619, 



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Craft, Albeit B.. 1606 Meadowthoipe. Lexington, 254-5365, 

255-8600 
Crager. Bobbv F.. 100 Clark St.. Flatwoods. 836-6069, 

836-5623 
Creekmore, Lcs. 316 Walnut, Bellevue. 431-5259, 421-9805 
Crider, Ray. 1120 Frawelni Rd., Louisville. 368-1196, 

774-7379 
CuUen, Charles (Budi. 3010 Dondce Drive, Louisville, 

451-3322. 637-7648 
CuUum, Harold D.. 3943 Rhodes Ave., New Boston. Ohio, 

456-5229. 456-4559 
Culp. Willard E.. 318 Skyline Park Drive. Hopkinsville, 

886-7967. 886-6262 
Cumniings. Robert P.. Jr.. 405 Parkway. Franklin. 586-8483 
Curnutte. Ivan, 511 Columbia Road. Greensburg. 932-5047, 

932-5231 
Curnutte, James R., 201 E. Eighth Ave.. Huntington. W. 

Va. 
Current. Ellis Rav, 1933 Belletonte Drive. Lexington, 

277-1049. 272-3311 
Current. Robert. 255 Vanderbilt Drive. Lexington, 272-3052 
Dallmann, James W.. 12 Center St.. Jeffersonville, Ind., 

283-7255 
Daopoulos. James A.. 1704 Jennifer Road. Lexington, 

299-2369, 258-9000 ext. 2517 
Davis. A. J., 405-56-8201. D Brtv 5 Bn 1 Artv. APO N.Y. 

09252 
Davis. Charles. Lovall, 593-1640, 573 
Davis. Curt. 1119 E. Burnett St., Louisville. 634-4959, 

512-3511 ext. 471 
Davis. Ralph C. 1326 South 7th St.. Irontun, Ohio, 532-8606, 

532-8143 
Dawson, Jack, 1509 Walnut Street. Keno\'a. W. Virginia 
Beaton. Daniel E.. Box 362. Matcwan. W. Va. 
Delaney. William Thomas. 2335 Alexandria Pike. South- 
gate. 781-2184 
DeSensi. William iChicki. 1704 Lafavettc. Apt. 4. Louis- 
ville. 447-6582, 774-6407 
Delph, Joe B.. Box 957, Lynch. 848-2065 
Dennedv, Bob, 5083 Orange Lawn, Cincinnati. Ohio. 

922-8352. 771-8470 
Dent. Don. 1722 Whittiei Drive. Jeffersonville. 945-3497, 

366-4551 
Denton. Charles, 127 Hubbard Lane, Henderson, 826-4020. 

826-9533 
Denton. William J.. 303 Bakers Court. Louisville. 368-6047, 

584-9271 
Dewees. William L.. Jr.. 511 North 44th St.. Louisville, 

778-5955 
Dial. Charles R.. 3300 Monel Ave.. Huntington, W. Va. 
Dial. Jack W.. 3179 Sumner Ave.. Huntington, W. Va. 
Dierolf. Col. William H.. Jr.. Forest Drive. Applewood 
Manor. Rd, 1. Dallas. Pa,. 675-5633. 675-2123 ext. 27 
Donald, Edward W.. 5636A Folger St. .Fort Knox, 624-3867. 

624-1.330 
Dorsev. James A.. 4062 Vinedale. Cincinnati. Ohio, 471-8050 
Downe\ . Robert E.. 327 26th St.. Dunbar. W. Va. 
Downs Joseph W.. 829 Bartlev. Bardstown. 348-5123, 

348-3991 
Drake. Richard R.. 72 Donnelly Drive. Ft. Thomas, 441-4235 
Draud. Jon E.. 109 Vernon Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 341-3831, 

733-4993 
Dryden, Wallace Lee, 163 E. Maxwell 3A, Lexington, 

252-2733 
Duff. Earl. 109 Kentuckv Blvd.. Hazard. 436-2604. 436-2604 
Duff. William C, Jr., 2452 Mirahill Court. Lexington, 

269-2426, 255-0716 
Durbin. Rov, 2911 Dale Ann Drive. Louisville. 452-1730. 

587-1121 ext. 486 
Durkin. Jack H.. 1613 Kensington Road, Lexington. 254- 

0146. 255-0717 
Dyer. Royce. Route =■ 1. Hickman. 236-2288 
Easley. Dan W.. 107 Morrison. Wilmore. 858-4072. 858-3911 
Edwards. Richard A.. 12 East North St.. Madisonville, 

821-9034, 821-9086 
Edwards, Sonny, 508 Jefferson Ave.. Milton. W. Va. 
Egan. Joseph Patrick. 2036 Deauville Drive. Lexington. 

233-1667. 255-3612 ext. 69 
Eicher, Jack. 100 Rossford. Ft. Thomas. 781-0604 
Eldridge, Wavne R.. P. O. Box 144, Science Hill, 423-3495, 

678-8162 
Elliott, Carroll L., 307 College, Elizabethtown, 765-4007. 

765-6118 
Elliott, Clinton. Jenson. 337-3865 
Ellis, Johnny, Prestonsburg. 886-6756. 886-3080 
Elovitz. Carl. 1920 Spring Grove Ave.. Lexington. 277-3994. 

873-4901 
Engle, Orville L., 128 Oak St.. Pineville, 337-2916 
Eplev, Donald Wayne. 106 Bowden St.. Russellville. 726- 

605"7. 726-9531 
Evans. David M., 101 Judge St., Barbourville 
Everitt, Thomas E., 1803 Carolvn Drive. Lexington. 266- 

0552 
Eversole. R. J.. R. R. tt 1, Box 294, Hazard, 436-6033. 

436-2141 
Farina. Lawrence. 2837 Fairway Drive, Tempe, Arizona, 
967-6958, 267-2510 



Faust, John F. (Jacki, 2427 Concord Drive, Louisville, 

634-4204 
Fay, John C. 319 C. St. Price Rd., Lexington, 233-1982 
Feck, Richard A., Route j? 1, Wilmore, 858-4174 
Feix, Darl W.. 213 N. Walnut Street. Cvnthiana. 234-4573. 

234-1517 
Fenimore. Clarke E., 3943 Kennison Ave., Louisville, 

896-4716, 254-9292 
Ferguson. Roy F.. Route #3. Barbourville. 546-3105 iBus.) 
Ferguson, Thomas Lyle. 231 Barton Drive, Barboursville, 

W. Va., 736-7094, 529-1311 
Fields, Rickey P., Box 684. Lexington 
Fields. Ronald M.. 1673 Country Club Rd., Henderson, 

826-9859. 826-8381 
Fields, William L.. P. O. Box 2571. Pikeville. 639-2851, 

437-6236 
Fish, Leland G., 826 Oak Hill Drive. Lexington, 255-7156, 

252-2312 ext. 2535 
Fitzpalrick. Kenneth. 104 Wooton St.. Hazard. 436-6121, 

436-2212 
Foster, J, W,. 119 Kingston Road. Lexington. 277-8703 (Bus.) 
Fortnev. Robert L.. 2817 Breckinridge Lane. Louisville, 

458-1079. 582-3511 ext. 472 
Foster. Berrvman. 927 Waverlv Drive. Lexington. 255-7374 
Fraley. Bill, 1604 Lee Drive. Henderson. 827-3232 
Frankel. Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville. 454-6519, 

454-6519 
Franklin, Clifford. 101.52 Zig Zag Rd,. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

891-3567, 251-4828 
Frazer, Tom Roe. Route rr 1. Sturgis. 333-4412, 333-4672 
Freese, Ollie, 5518 Mapleridge Dr., Madiera, Ohio, 561- 

5398, 351-7010 
Fritsch. Bill. Sunset Ridge. Milan. Tenn.. 686-1764. 686-7401 
Frvrear, Bill P., 204 Lanark Dell. Middletown, 245-0354, 

452-4846 
Fuller, Wilton, 533 Hill-N-Dale, Lexington, 277-6654, 

272-1512 
Furlong, William E., 3320 Grandvicw Ave., Louisville. 

895-4755, 582-5108 
Gallaher, Jack F.. 2947 Adams Ave.. Ashland, 325-2420, 

324-2143 
Galuk, Walter M., 412 21st St., Ashland. 325-3305. 325-1751 
Garrett. Richard A., P. O. Box 37, Simpsonyille, 722-8858, 

722-8995 
Gentry. Dale J.. 4945 Determine Lane. Louisville. 447-5981. 

585-5814 
George. Bovce D,. 2418 Glenmary Ave., Louisville, 458- 

853'2, 582-3371 
Gettler. John F.. 705 Providence Rd.. Lexington, 254-4017, 

266-4801 
Gfell. George V.. .3319 Coldstream, Lexington, 272-1349 
Gibtas. Ken. Box 512. U.K. Med. Center. Lexington. 

272-4718. 233-5000. ext. 5791 
Gibson Richard L., 105 4th St., Cvnthiana. 234-4251. 

234-4632 
Giles. John A.. Jr.. 912 Weimer Ave.. St. Albans. W. Va. 
Gilkerson. Pat H.. Route - 1. Box 38. Prichard. W. Va. 
Glass. K. L . 108 Adkins St.. Clarksville. Tenn., 648-2056 
Glass, Larry A., 6.52 Broadway, Georgetown 
Goforth, Bob, Box 548, Loyall 

Gore, Bailev, 1603 Sunset Drive, Murray, 753-8509, 762-6286 
Gorham, Harrv C, 117 Hamilton Park, Lexington, 255-4165, 

252-2011 
Gour, Bob, 218 South Lee, Bowling Green, 843-9582, 

842-9431 
Grabowski, James T., Route ^ 2, Box 102B, Catlettsburg, 

739-6448, 293-7212 
Grace. Charles K.. Cypress St.. Pineville. 337-3331, 337-2348 
Grace. H. E.. Jr.. Middlesboro. 248-1290. Pineville 337-2720 
Graham. James E.. 2517 Jackson St.. Ashland. 324-8169. 

325-8155 ext. 376 
Graas. Oscar L.. 6125 Loretta Street. Louisville 
Greene. Therman R.. Route c: 5, Box 653G, Anniston. 

Alabama. 237-3222 
Griffey. Richard. Box 1425. Williamson. W. Va. 
Gupton. George, 1050 Legion Road, Greensburg, 932-4253, 

9.32-4200 
Gupton. Lawrence. 105 Hillview. Greensburg, 932-5001, 

932-5001 
Guv. Newton Samuel. 439 E. Mound St., Harlan, 573-1593 
Hadden, Newell P.. Jr.. 942 Wolf Run Rd., Lexington, 

255-5332, 254-6684 
Hagan. Joe E.. 3000 Sherbrooke Rd.. Louisville, 458-13.52 
Hall. Charles E.. 601 Pontiac Trail, Danville, 236-8811 
Hambv. Thomas Edwin, 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville, 

885-9980, 885,9980 
Hamilton. Mike D., Fori'est Heights, South Shore. 932-4673, 

932-3757 
Hancock, Norb, 2412 Tavener Dr., Louisville, 425-0005. 

425-0005 
Har.io. Austin A., 108 Airport Rd., Clarksville, Tenn., 

431-3781 
Harmon, Clay. Jr.. Tyner, 364-5980, 287-7155 
Harper, Robert A., Route # 4, Cadiz, 522-6546 
Harris, David L., Drawer A., Bardstown. 348-5733. 348-3311 
Harris. Jerry. Route it 6, Springfield, Tenn., 384-8656, 
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Harris. Russell B.. 368 Boiling Springs. Lexington. 254-6525 
Harsh. Ronald B.. 211 Oxford Place. Louisville. 893-2335. 

774-7379 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Route =■ 1. Ekron. 828-3631, 828-2125 
Hawkins. Will A. iBillvi. 407 Grace St.. Springfield, Ten- 
nessee 384-5310. 384-5583 
Heaberlin. Bill. 768 Washington Ave.. Flatwoods, 836-6915, 

261-6666 

325-8511 ext. 469 
Heaberhn. Ger.ild Andrew. Route = 2. Box 13602. Catletts- 

burg. 739-4060. 928-6533 
Hedge. David W.. 321 Mocking Bird Drive. Jeffersonville. 

Ind.. 283-3962. 283-3155 
Heinichen. Carl C. 1941 Shollenberser Ave.. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 931-7997. 931-7997 
Heinold. F. Thomas. 6702 Plantation Wav. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 522-7834. 321-4480 
Heinze. Frank. 204 Maple Ave.. Prestonsburg. 886-2436. 

377-2481 
Heinze. John G.. 39 Highland Ave.. Prestonsburg. 886-2195. 

886-2356 
Henderson. Charles Adrian. 316 Andrew Drive. Hopkins- 

viDe. 885-5771. 886-1515 
Hendon. L. J.. 228 South 15th St.. Murrav. 753-3658. 

753-2825 
Hendricks. Donald. 223 Showalter. Georgetown, 863-3632, 

255-9556 
Hensley. Larry O.. Box 572. Lexington. 277-5229, 299-1221 

ext. 6102 
Herrick, Calvin P.. Jr., 200 South Arnold Ave., Prestons- 
burg. 886-3494. 886-2311 
Hicks. Jack. 127 Cook Book Lane. Ft. Mitchell. 331-4518. 
Hicks. Lloyd. 6253 Spring Mever. Cincinnati, Ohio, 662- 

5103. 671-3000 
Higgins. Edward H.. 1530 East 7th St.. Hopkinsville 886- 

2864- Bowling Green 842-9108 
Hina. Charles W.. Route =1. Box 202, Sturgis, 333-4409 

333-5522 
Hina, Henry B,. Route = 1. Sturgis. 333-5933. 333-4008 
Hinkle. Harold L.. 816 Brown St.. Chesapeake. Ohio. 867- 

4496. 867-3195 
Hofstetter. Joe. Box 1815. Williamson. W Va 235-1433 

235-1400 
Holden. Larry. 619 Jefferson St.. Franklin. 586-4363 
Holland. David W.. 214 Laura St., Martin, 587-4977, 587-3131 
Hollmgsworth, Ralph, 206 8th Ave. E.. Springfield. Tenn 

384-5467. 384-5700 
Holman S. T. (Bitsyi. 207 Second St.. Corbin. 528-5197. 

528-3213 
Holton. Glenn, 121 Nelson Court. Barboursville. W Va 

736-6656. 529-4173 ext. 223 
Hornsby. Colin. 784 Federal Wav. Russell. 836-9137 

324-1111 ext. 5587 
Horsman. Bill. 2902 South 5th St., Louisville, 637-1201 

964-3301 
Howard. Jasper B.. Box 1004. Middlesboro. 248-3388 337- 

3093 
Howard, Robert E., Kettle Island, 337-5368. 337-3320 
Howell. Leon. 1100 Alder, Louisville, 969-1541, 587-8811 
Hubbard, John Douglas. 215 West Beall. Bardstown 

.348-3067. 348-8114 
Huber. Carl. 125 North 37th St.. Louisville. 774-3387 
Huber. Jerry. 2873 W. McMicken. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

681-0897 
Huffine. Gary L.. Route - 2. Paducah. 442-4125, 443-8471 
Hunter. James. 4219 Naneen Drive. Louisville. 367-1361 
Hunter Willard C 713 Jefferson Ave.. Huntington. W Va 
Hurley. Robert. Box 244. Williamson. W. Va. 
Idol. Billy Joe. 124 Leafwood Rd.. Middlesboro. 248-2837 
Idol. Lloyd. Jr.. 116 Leafwood Rd.. Middlesboro. 248-5761 
Isaacs, Jack, Box 452. Flatwoods. 836-5490. 325-8511 ext. 731 
Isaacs. Marvin D.. 3229 Deborah Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

522-0988. 771-3100 
Ishmael. Stephen A., 407 Tucker Station Rd.. Middletown, 

245-9571. 245-9571 
Jacobv. Ben W.. 127 Showalter Drive. Georgetown, 863- 

0508. 255-6812, ext. 23 
James, Gene, 1507 South 3rd St.. Ironton. Ohio. 532-6976. 

532-6224 
Jarrell. Frank W.. Box 46. Ceredo. W. Va. 
Jenkins, Beryl. 2326 South 11th St.. Ironton. Ohio. 532-5215 
Johanson Ralph G . 3769 Temple Dr.. Lexington. 272-2705. 

252-4951 
Johns. Charles. Route = 3. Fulton. 479-1819. 479-1819 
Johns. Joseph O.. U. S.. 35. Buffalo. W. Va. 
Johnson. Bob. 3310 Springhaven. Catlettsburg. 739-4628 
Johnson, Charles Larry, 1318 Millrace. Louisville, 425-6462, 

425-1020 
Johnson. Gordon M.. P. O. Box 682. Prestonsburg. 886-3146. 

886-3146 
Johnson. Harrv A.. Jr.. 348 Friedman Ave., Paducah, 

443-1767. 444-6311 ext. 402 
Johnson. Stan W.. 3500 Ashlawn. Owensboro. 684-21.57. 

683-6226 
Jones. Denver. Apt llA Highland Ave.. Hazard, 436-2666, 

436-2666 
Jones, J. Carl, 1904 Goodwin Ave.. Corbin. 528-2349. 

528-2450 



Jones, Paul, 1166 Ojibwa Trail, Frankfort, 227-6648, 

564-4718 
Jones Paul D.. 4012 Massie Ave.. Louisville, 895-5074, 

636-4980 
Jump, Frank E., 200 Elizabeth St.. Bowling Green, 842- 

8060. 843-4707 
Kaelin. Carl D.. 323 Idlewvloe Dr.. Louiville, 635-2605, 

895-8604 
Kalaso, Johnny R.. 103 Grundv Ave.. Springfield, 336-3710 
Kallaher. Jim. 415 West 70th St.. Kansas Citv, Mo., 361- 

3007, 763-8377 
Karr, Don, 1503 Woodwin, Corbin. 528-6466 
Karres. Ronald. P. O. Box 2262. Huntington. W. Va., 

429-4296. 529-2318. ext. 222 
Kathman. Bernie. 3060 Elmwood Dr.. Fort Mitchell, 

341-7369, 621-7541 ext. 513 
Kaufman, Alvin R.. 8215 St. Anthony Church Rd., Louis- 
ville. 366-0126. 587-0871 
Keifer. Robert B.. 2916 Hackworth St., Ashland, 324-2872, 

324-1111 ext. 6338 
Keller, Terry J.. 355 Bond St.. Covington, 261-9987, 

381-7703 
Kelly, William G.. 3420 N. Galeston. Indianapolis, Indiana, 

897-9370. 546-9211 ext. 3580 
Kennedy. James Robert. 1629 Brittany Lane, Lexington. 

255-2524. 873-3401 
Kimble, Frank. Box 2173. Williamson. W. Va. 
King. Allen V.. Route = 1, Box 482, Henderson, 829-9647, 

477-5572 
Kirby. Tommy N.. 2338 Strotman Road. Louisville, 448-7811 
Kirk, Charles F.. Box 334. Benham. 848-2039, 633-4422 
Kiser. Larry L., 10.000 Thixton Lane, Fern Creek, 239-0548, 

239-3234 
Knight, Cecil S.. 523 Roseview Terrace. New Albany. 

Indiana. 945-1248. 584-3211. ext. 651 
Kraft. H. Nellis. 9321 W. Central. Apt. it 2, Wichita, 

Kansas. 722-4287, 262-2456 
Kratzenberg, Ralph, 2412 South 10th St.. Ironton, Ohio. 

532-5741 
Kratzenberg. Richard. 2535 South 8th St.. Ironton, Ohio. 

5.32-0914. 532-2345 
Kratzenberg. Robert R.. 2420 South 11th St.. Ironton, Ohio. 

JE 2-5741. JE 2-4840 
Kruk. Louis A.. 4102 Lancaster Ave. S. E. Charleston. 

W. Va. 
Kuhl. Lawrence. Houser Lane. London. 864-6235. 864-4182 
Laird. Ron. P. O. Box 328. Fulton. 472-9044. 472-9000 
Lambert. Irvin. 5110 Rural Wav, Louisville. 969-4718. 

582-.5504 
Landers. John F.. Route ir 4, Box 221, Clarksville, Tenn., 

647-2656. 798-6805 
Lange, William E.. Jr., 5515 Ken Lane, Louisville. 935-4710, 

635-6359 
Law, William Jollev, 1072 Pamela Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

231-2479, 441-0068 ' 
Lawson. Leland. 949 DePorres Ave.. Lexington. 254-1009, 

254-8074 
Leahy, Pat, 2907 Cromartv Wav, Louisville, 459-2066, 

587-1121 ext. 472 
Lee. Charles J.. 315 Scott Avenue, Lexington, 252-3212 

(Bus.) 
Lee. Douglas, Woodland Hills, Harlan, 573-2676, 573-3440 
Lee. Wilfiam A.. Box 116, Wallins Creek, 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Lefevers. Colman J.. Kettle Island. 337-3808 
Lefevers. Keith. Kettle Island. 337-3808 
Lehkamp. Kenneth. 41 Dale Ave.. Ft. Thomas, 441-1475, 

635-2191 
Lenahan. Thomas F.. 4309 Retreat Rd.. Louisville, 964-4636, 

451-6008 
Lequire, Harold M.. Woodland Hills, Harlan, 573-1857, 

573-5151 
Lew. Arthur E.. 74A. Mted. Route S2, Williamson, W. Va., 

237-1171, 237-lOin 
Lillie. William Westly. 3018 Taylorsville Rd., Louisville, 

451-0562. 582-2658 
Lingo, Henry E.. 424 West Main St.. Vine Grove, 877-2346, 

877-3755 
Linkes. Clifford C, Science Hill. 423-2171, 678-8111 
Lockhart, Dan. Virgie. 639-2330, 456-7790 
Logan. Doug. Box 684- Barbourville. 546-4883. 546-4883 
Logan. Eh. 416 Hill St.. Hazard. 436-5018. 436-2151 
Long. James E., Box 73, Baskett, 827-5000, 827-1867 
Lowe. Gene T.. Route ir 6, Box 28. London. 864-5724, 

864-2207 
Lowe. Stan. Box 337. Russellville 
Lusbv. George. 615 Pueblo Trail. Georgetown. 863-1440, 

863-1170 
Lvkins, James O.. 90 Allison Drive. Florence. 371-9531, 

371-6366 
McClure, Tom, 204 Madison, Bardstown, 348-9662, 348-3931 
McCormick, Don R., 402 Nutwood. Bowling Green. 781- 

3337. 842-0375 
McCormick. Donald. 46 S. Alvasia St.. Henderson. 826-6314 
McCov. Larry. 503 Wilderness Rd.. Louisville. 363-5180. 

459-8500 
McDougal. Alf. 7719 Kim Drive. Louisville. 363-5292, 282- 

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McFadden, James, 649 Northside Drive, Lexington, 299- 

1635, 254-9366 
McGehee, Gordon. 733 Forest Lane. Covington. 261-6880, 

541-9987 
McGintv, L. V., Jr., P. O. Box 226. Pikeville. 437-4720, 

432-1226 
McGuire. Jaclt, 6421 Six Mile Lane, Louisville. 459-4031, 

964-3376 
McKenzie, Claude, Jr., Auxier, 886-2097 
McKenzie, Robert L., 1809 Chestnut St.. Kenova. W. Va. 
McLane, Albert I., Route ::: 5. Maple Lane. Elizabethtown, 

765-7391. 862-3924 
McLeniore. Jack T.. 217 Merriman Rd.. Louisville, 893- 

5232, 584-1211 ext. 512 
McMillen, J. N. "Bo", YMCA Box 467, Ashland. 836-8054, 

Ashland. 324-6191 
McPeek. Ronald Lee. 814 Wilma Ave.. Radcliff, 351-5333. 

624-4747 
McPeek. Talmadge. 600 Beth Ann Drive. Flatwoods. 

836-4540. 325-7777 ext. 254 
Madon, Robert L., 314 Catalpa St., Pineville, 337-2135, 

Frankfort 504-4610 
Magruder, Earl L., Jr., 6911 Oakview Court, Fern Creek, 

239-1015 
Malonev. Ross H. (Patl. 6871 Green Meadow, Louisville, 
Malone. James F.. 200 Padgett. Corbin. 528-2424, 528-9019 
Malonev. Ross H. (Pat-. 6871 Green Meadow. Louisville, 

893-2348. 895-2020 
Mang. Berrv W.. Jr.. 1624 Woodburn. Covington. 261-9932. 

632-8441 
Marcum. Bruce. 1037 West 6th St.. Huntington. W. Va,, 

522-3669. 523-1974 
Martni. Thomas F.. Box 175. Dawson Springs. 797-4051. 
Matarazzo, S. M., 1602 Keeneland Drive, Murrav, 753-8354, 

762-3818 
Mathis. Mike. 8447 Foxcroft Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 522- 

9010. 562-6650 
Mattinglv. Charles (Pete I. 3813 Poplar Level Road, Louis- 
ville. 459-5793. 448-2761 
Mattmglv. Wavne. Route it 1. Russellville. 726-2051 (Bus.) 
May. E. B . Jr.. Box 185. Prestonsburg. 886-8661. 886-3414 
May. Larrv. 59 West 2nd Ave.. Williamson. W. Va.. 235- 

.5306. 235-1400 ext. 67 
Mayer. Edward Anthony. 1716 Marwood Place. Louisville, 

451-3706 
Mayhew, 'Villiam M.. 906 Pawnee Drive. Elizabethtown. 

765-2706. Ft. Knox 4-1948 
Maj-nard. William D.. Route = 1. Kenova. W. Va.. 429-1660. 

525-7641 ext. 252 
Melmige. James. Jr.. Box 2117. Williamson. W. Va. 
Mercke. Frank R.. 417 Lotis Way. Louisville, 896-8460, 

634-9491 
Mercker. George E.. 1106 Republic Bldg.. Louisville. 451- 

8399. 584-2371 
Mestepev. James R.. 152 Whispering Hills Blvd.. Bowling 

Green, 781-3602, 842-8123 
Metcalf, Ken. Route li 3. Munfordville. 524-9704, 524-9465 
Metzger. Don. 9312 Cloverwood. Fern Creek. 239-9813. 

239-9813 
Meyer. Bud, 5319 Lilibet Court, Cincinnati. Ohio, 922-3459, 

381-4300 
Mick. Paul E. Box 191, Marion, 965-2521. 965-4542 
Miller. Edward D.. 6262 Rosalind Rd.. Huntington. W. Va.. 

736-5379 
Miller. Harold R.. 205 Robm Road. Russell. 836-3855. 

836-9422 
Millerhaus. W. J. (Bill). 537 Elberon. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

471-8467. 921-9722 
Minta. John H.. 326 W. Carter. Clarksville. Ind.. 283-8553, 

582-3571 ext. 313 
Moody. William R.. 2032 Oleander Dr.. Lexington. 277-9622. 

255-5612 
Moonevhan. James H.. 810 Henry St.. Franklin. 586-4989. 

586-4451 
Moore. Franklin. 5351 Whitmore Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

922-8317. 621-8770 
Moore. Larrv. Highrail Tr. Park. Lot 48. Bowling Green, 

842-6883 
Moore, Robert. Jr.. 441 Forest Ave.. Erlanger. 341-6837. 

563-1100 
Mordica. William A.. 800 Edgewood Ave., Ashland. 324-7741 
Morgan. Richard. Route =6. Box 64. London. 864-6511. 

864-6240 
Morris. Jerry. 2548 Harrison. Paducah. 443-2189. 335-3131 
Morrison. Clifton D.. Route ^ 2. Box 96. Milton. W. Va. 
Morrisse^'. Rockne. 2012 Trentwood 'Circle. Dayton, Ohio. 

433-3304. 433-3303 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood. Radcliff, 351-3748, 

Ft. Knox 624-4454 
Moss. Howard A.. Box 1042. Paducah, 898-3168, 442-4474 
Mounts. David G.. 217 Marlene Drive. Evansville. Ind.. 

423-6930. 423-7832 
Mullannix. Walter Wavne. 3521 Rocky Hill Terrace. Lex- 
ington. 272-5153. 233-2000 ext. 2395 
MuMiken. David K.. Box 2619. Pikeville. 437-7512. 432-1486 
Mullins. Charles E.. Schultz Road, South Shore, 932-3388, 
836-5931 



Murrav. Thomas. 25 Ashton Road, Ft. Mitchell. 331-1891. 

961,1691 
Nallcy. Donald M.. 3404 Lansdowne Drive. Lexington, 

277-8472 
N'assida. Frank R.. 108 Buckwood Dr.. Richmond. 623-9209 
Neal. Gene. 3648 SR 132. Batavia. Ohio 
Netliercutt. Bill. 82 Sycamore St.. Huntington. W, Va. 
Nickell. Duane, 2009 Broad, Paducah, 444-6095. 543-7434 
Noland. Douglas. 305 Herndon Ave.. Stanford. 365-2609. 

365-2619 
Nolan. Micliael Bruce. 36 W. Morgantown. Bowling Green, 

842-8978. 842-2411 
Nord. Bertrand J.. 3006 Falmouth Drive. Louisville, 459- 

6596. 459-1505 
Norwood, Donald V.. 814 Strawberry. Franklin. 586-5119. 

586-4636 
Norwood. Thomas. R.. 811 Henry St.. Franklin. 586-3614. 

586-3541 
Oldham. Ben Richard. 3360 High Hope Road. Lexington. 

272-167R 
Omar. Max G.. 1009 Walnut Street. Fulton. 753-3316 
Omer. Harold G.. 150 N. Crestmoor, Louisville. 896-4170. 

778-1659 
O'Nan. Norman. Route = 1. Henderson. 827-3968. 826-9578 
O'Neal. Bud. 3628 Kelly Way. Louisville. 458-7940. 895-9247 
Orem, Dale Linton, 409 Chippewa. Jeffersonvillc. Ind.. 

283-8225. 636-4151 
Osborne. Lonnie. Box 2224. Pikeville. 639-4049. 432-3413 
Osborne. Ted G.. Box 806. Lexington. 266-6152, 266-6152 
Osting. James E., II. 7518 Yorktown Road, Louisville, 368- 

9631, 634-3611 ext. 340 
Osting. Lawrence J.. 1221 Bates Court. Louisville. 451-2070 
Pace. Donald. 2023 Deauville. Lexington. 252-6535. 255-0398 
Pack. Keith. 510 Jackson St.. London. 864-7594. 864-5240 
Padgett. R. K.. 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset, 678-5485, 

678-4141 
Page. James N.. P. O. Box 64. Pineville, 337-3814, 337-3814 
Pardue. Israel L.. 1005 South 28th St., Louisville, 772-2488, 

774-6431 
Parker. Bob L.. 8602 Honor Ave.. Louisville. 969-9090. 587- 

1121 ext. 586 
Parker. Francis V.. Rosemont Ave.. Providence. 667-2224, 

639-2651 
Parsley, Clyde E., Route it 2. Providence. 667-2524. 821-9004 
Pate. Llovd W.. 608 Ronnie Road. Madison, Tenn.. 895-3522, 

895-5472 
Patterson. William C. 419 Henry St., Greensburg, 932-4738. 

932-4211 
Paxton. Gary R.. Route = 2. Versailles Road. Lexington, 

252-0570. 252-0570 
Peeno. Harry R.. 124 Morris Rd.. Lookout Heights, 331-1981 
Pegausch. William E.. 301 Terrace Drive. Mayfield, 247- 

5932. 247-2207 
Perkins. Ronnie L., Upton. 373-5051. 769-2311 
Perry. Alfred H.. 2 Karvn Court. Barboursville. W. Va. 
Perry. James W.. 708 Spring Street. St. Albans. W. Va. 
Phinos. James M.. P. O. Box 285. Heidrick, 546-6344. 

.546-4185 
Pierce George W.. Jr.. 2807 S. Va. St.. Hopkinsville. 886- 

8098. 88«!-6S85 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop St., Corbin, 528-6391, 528-1630 
Pinson. Eugene. Route it 2. Box 171A, Ashland. 928-6228, 

324-3101 
Pittman. Spencer R.. Wavne St.. Science Hill. 423-3115. 

678-4519 
Poole. William F.. 118 Ridgeway Ave.. Louisville. 893-3863, 

452-4556 
Porco. Kenneth John. 3924 Lavside Drive. Louisville, 

459-3455, 458-3281 
Porter. Clarence. 3855 Grace St.. New Boston. Ohio. 

456-6015. 456-4559 
Powers. Clark V.. 716 Link Ave.. Paris. 624-2214. 624-1231 
Powers. Elmer. 1017 North Main St.. Barbourville. 546-6613. 

London 864-2701 
Primm, James T., Lafayette Road, Hopkinsville. 885-9483 
Puckett. Michael. Rt. 1. Box 537. Pikeville. 437-4436 
Pugh. Rov D.. 3510 Barclay Drive. Jefferstown. 267-5513, 

964-5996" 
Quehl. Harry (Budi. P. O. Box 309. Princeton, 365-2419, 

365-2620 
Ramev. Roy. 312 N. Central Ave.. Prestonsburg. 886-2208. 

886-2284 
Randall. Lerov (Lee I. Route jt 2. U. S. 27. Alexandria, 

C94-6446. 635-2191 
Rapp Lowell D.. 1416 South 4th St.. Ironton. Ohio. 532-9575 
Rapp. William C. 1836 Woodland Dr.. Ironton, Ohio. 532- 

1983, 532-7245 
Raque. Ronald. 5509 Pattie Lane. Louisville. 964-2350, 

637-9171 
Rascoe. Robert B.. 4621 Nashville Road. Bowling Green. 

842-2360. 745-3357 
Rawdon. Richard M., Jr.. 605 S. Broadway. Apt. # 1, 

Georgetown. 863-4897. 863-0140 
Ray. Bob. 407 Levton Ave.. Louisville, 425-7654. 425-7654 
Ray. Collis R.. 809 North 32nd St., Paducah, 442-2146, 

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Kav. Shirlev G., 4521 Old Hartford Road, Owensboro, 

684-8963. 684-0104 
Read, Frederick K.. 1338 Greenup, Covington, 431-5197, 

431-5197 
Reddmgton, Jim, 3824 Glenside Place, Louisville, 452-9689 
Reed, Gordon iMoel, 22 Riverside Parkway, Fort Tliomas, 

441-4946. 312-678-8763 
Rcece, Jerry T., 1992 Spring Station Drive, Lexington 
Renfro. James H., 4035 Court Ave. Paducah, 443-6611, 

444-6311 
Rliodes, Cecil, Barbourville, 546-4777 
Ricliardson. William H.. 205 Fields Cliff Drive, Wliitesburg, 

633-7217, 633-2339 
Rigss, G. Dennis, 3131 Sudburv Lane, Louisville, 451-1278, 

426-1767 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington, 299-7089, 

255-8492 
Roberts, James E., 1019 Pawnee Drive, Elizabetlitown, 

765-4739, 769-2311 
Robinson, D. Blake. P. O. Box 2462, Pikeville, 432-3269, 

437-4234 
Robmson, Don L., 2012 Poplar St., Kenova, W. Va.. 453- 

3860- JA 9-7191 
Rodgers. Tom H,, 327 North Scott, Madisonville, 821-7312, 

333-3800 
Roe. Dovle ■'Buddy". Jr., Isom, 633-2973, 633-2339 
Rogers, Selbert A., Prestonsburg, 886-6297, 886-3438 
Roeckers. Bernie, 2733 Caledon Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

231-2603, 831-2990 
Rogers, Eldridge, 310 Talbert, Hopkinsville, 885-5571, 886- 

3921 
Rolph. Harold J., 915 South 7th St.. Ironton. Ohio, 532-4036, 

532-3231 
Rose, Robert L.. Jr.. 9806 Marv Dell Lane. Louisville, 239- 

0059, 778-4421 
Rosen. William H., Box 2197. Williamson, W. Va., 237-1092 
Rupp, Larry D., 3309 Wellingmoor, Louisville, 451-3350, 

452-3583 
Russell. Garv E., 2112 Greeorv Drive, Henderson, 827-2437 
Russell. Joe A., Box 109, Russellville, 726-6983, 726-9531 
Russell. Kenneth. Route =1, Box 119, Millfield, Ohio, 614- 

592-4559 iBus.l 
Russman. Godfrey F.. Jr.. 1041 Goss Ave., Louisville, 969- 

2175. 635-7426 
Rutherford. Floyd L. R., Box 151. Belfrv, 353-4243 
Sale. Jack. 604 12th St., Huntington, W. Va. 
Sammons. Terry L.. 4308 Burnt Cedar Lane. Louisville, 

964-0852. 587-1121 ext. 252 
Sanders. Mel. 4300 Kimberlv Court. Paducah, 442-3650, 

564-4081 
Sapp, Edward, 2806 Dell Brooke Ave., Louisville, 458-8989, 

4.52-3675 
Satterly. Grant. 832 Shelby St.. Frankfort. 223-5810 
Saturley, Randall, P. O. Box 682. Henderson, 826-6039. 

826-9153 
Saviors. Carlee. Route =6. Murray, 753-7979. 924-5602 
Schmidt. Henry R.. 3509 Lockleer Rd.. Louisville, 937-3625, 

JU 3-3885 
Schmidt. Thos. C. Sr.. 6710 Bahama Lane, Louisville 
Schmitt. K F., 710 E. Walnut, Louisville 
Schmitt. Nicholas G.. 1619 Deer Park Ave., Louisville 
Schmitt. Paul E.. 3864 Darlene Dr.. Louisville, 778-5355, 

772-3656 
Schoenbaechler. Richard J., 5612 Indian Oaks :r2, Louis- 

\-:lle, 964-0298, 939-3271 
Schuble. Charles E.. 2352 Ashwood. Louisville, 459-1774 

636-1431 
Schutte. Joe. 2513 Paddock Lane, Louisville. 448-7565. 583- 

4413 
Schwetschenau. Paul J.. 6050 Kardon Court, Cincinnati 

Ohio. 931-3548. 243-3882 
Sconce. John W.. 162 E. Main St. Lynch. 843-2250 
Scott. --Biir' W. L.. 1816 McDonald Rd., Lexington, 278- 

2844. 254-1313 
Seale. Frank E., 1001 Tales Creek Rd.. Lexington 
Selvy. Curt. 103 .Steele. Corbin, 528-4677. 528-4677 
Shanks, Thomas E., 3113 Vogue .'^ve., Louisville, 454-4203, 

582-5514 
Sharp, Ronnie, 121 South 21st St. Middlesboro, 248-3916, 

337-3093 
Shauehnessy. Bernard. 2129 East Lane, Louisville 448- 

4923, 583-4854 ext. 21 
Shav,-, Earl, 121 Hagan Court, Lancaster, 792-2370, 548-3391 
Shewmaker, Wayne. 206 W. Meadow Drive. Clarksville, 

Tenn.. 647-7351 
Shumaker. Thurman. Route =2. Princeton. 365-9479, 

762-4624 
Simms, Clarence E.. 43 East Ridge. Newport 261-0735 

243-3104 
Simp.son, Olando J. IBill). Applachian Reg. Hosp., Hazard, 

436-3111, ext. 40, 436-3111, ext. 10 
Sizemore. Aster. 29 Sunvallev Terrace. Hazard, 436-3402. 

436-2107 
Sligh, Jim, 607 Sherwood Rd., Cynthiana. 234-4345, Mt. 

Olivet 724-2.301 
Sloan. Wallace. 419 Oread Rd., Louisville, 895-1126, 583-0621 
Slone, Earl Dean, Route - 1, Box 104, Corbin, 528-4197, 

528-9035 



Small, David E., 2216 Jawlvn Rd,, Louisville, 267-5360, 

895-6460 
Smith, Bill H., 7003 Sun Valley Drive, Vallev Station: 

937-7192, 587-6035 
Smith, William E.. 4122 St. John's Terrace, 'Cincinnati, 

Ollio, 791-3082, 853-3544 
Sn\'der. Bernard L.. 1253 E. Burnett Ave., Louisville. 

637-6939 
Somerville. Robert J., 6852 Green Meadow Circle, Louis- 
ville, 895-8003 
South. Stanley P., Route = 3, Winchester, 824-6132, 

744-4812 
Spath, William J.. 2922 White Plains Rd.. Louisville, 

452-9637, .584-5209 
Spaulding. Johnny R., P. O. Box 101, Catlettsburg, 325-8511 

ext. 326 (Bus.) 
Spurlm, Gavlan. Route - 1. Greenville, 338-3255, 338-3255 
Stalev, Jerry, 1117 Inca Trail, Georgetown, 863-2775, Lex- 
ington 254-7862 
Stark, Dennis W.. 215 Tenth St.. Carrollton. 732-5488 
Starling. Edward. 819 Vinson St., Williamson, W. Va. 
Staten. Joseph B,. 4303 Wvola Court. Louisville, 458-7454 
Stephens, Earl T., 811 Raceland Ave., Raceland, 836-9797, 

932-3232 
Stephens, Herbert D.. 133 First Street. West Ceredo, W. 

Va. 
Stephenson, Harrv S.. 1612 Hawthorn, Lexington, 299-1757, 

233-8310 
Stevens, William D.. 1033 Claiborne, Lexington, 272-2850, 

299-1221 ext. 2223 
Stewart. Roy Edward. 1872 Dunkirk Drive, Lexington, 

255-0448, 255-6812 
Stewart, William Wayne, 112 Seneca Trail, Louisville, 

367-1450 
Stoup, Robert, 776 Washington Ave., Flatwoods, 836-8423, 

.■J25-8511 ext. 309 
Strain. Richard P.. P. O. Box 472, Radcliff, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Straus, William, 212 'Culpepper, Lexington, 266-6349, 

252-2275 
Streitale, Ronnie D., 306 Cheryl Ave., Vine Grove. 877-5891 
Strong. Arnett, 116 Kentucky Blvd., Hazard, 436-3938, 

436-2141 
Stucdle, Raymond Sr., 1404 Girard Dr., Louisville, 425-3679, 

893-3852 
Stumbo. Jack, 1146 Riverview Lane, Prestonsburg, 886- 

3363, 886-3080 
Sucietto, Dick. 6572 Gaines Road. Cincinnati, Ohio, 521- 

7495. 761-4130 ext. 310 
Sullivan. A. G,. 1921 Goodwin Ave.. Corbin, 528-1282, 

528-9035 
Swarts, Joseph, 135 Lane St., Coal Grove, Ohio, 523-9349 
Swartz, Larry G.. 1225 College St. B-203. Bowling Green, 

843-6451. 843-6451 
Swinford. John, 106 South Elmarch, Cvnthiana, 234-2562, 

234-5821 
Svkes. Tonimv 'C, Box 88, Elkhorn City, 754-5137, 437-6242 
Talbot, William G., Ill, Route ::r 1, Paris, 465-4981, 987-2961 
Taylor, Charles G. 222 Demaree Drive, Bardstown, 348-9451, 

336-9904 
Taylor, Dennis H.. 1406 Hughes Ave., Murray, 753-4825, 

753-5022 
Taylor. James R.. 1901 Ballard St., Ashland, 324-4841, 

Ironton, Ohio 532-4325 
Thomas, Frank M., 629 1/2 South 44th St., Louisville, 

774-2624 
Thomas, Raymond E., 212 Akin. Franklin. 586-6297, 586-3201 
Thomas, Raymond E., 1106 Main St., Sturgis, 333-2151 
Thompson, Jack, 2347 Saratoga Drive. Louisville. 452-9255 
Thompson, Thomas D., 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 

341-1809, 581-1322 ext. 211 
Thompson, Victor N.. 124 Garrard St.. Covington, 261- 

7913, 381-2286 
Timmering, George E.. 4109 Manner Gate Drive. Louis- 
ville. 459-2705, 459-2705 
Trapp. Charles, 34 Trapp Court, Alexandria, 635-9250, 

635-9250 
Treas, Joe W.. 609 Green St., Fulton. 472-1604, 472-1836 
Treiblv, Cliarles E.. 2015 Terril Lane #44, Louisville, 

451-8448, 451-9301 
Tiimer, Norman E., 1927 Taffeta Drive, Vallev Station, 

937-44,52, 896-9330 
Tromblev, Norman J. Jr., 3685 King Arthur Circle, Lex- 
ington, 272-1100, 254-3358 
Turner, 'Charles W., 5516 Jeanme Drive, Louisville, 

969-3019 
Tve, Josh, 225 College St., Barbourville, 546-3745 
Urlage, Richard 822 Highland Ave,, Ft. Thomas, 441-5513, 

471-8120 
VanZant, Jim, Box 602, Williamson, W, Va., 235-1443, 

235-4244 
Varncr, Ray G.. 737 Kingston Rd.. Lexington, 299-4145, 

299-1221 ext. 5241 
Vaughn. Charles B,. Sp. Tng. Co.. 4th Tng. Bde.. Fort 

Knox. 624-3558. 624-3558 
Vinciguerra. Philip. Pikeville College. Pikeville, 426-4532, 

432-3161 ext. 210 
Vissman, Charles F., 3926 Graf Drive, Louisville, 458-8501, 

587-1121 ext. 593 



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Waddell, BUhe, 128 Morris Road, Lookout Heights. 331- 

0932. 331-3672 
Wagner. Jim. 3018 Dale Ann Drive. Louisville. 458-9060. 

637-2563 
Waide, Harrv D.. 973 SkvUne Drive. Madisonville, 821-1139, 

821-3870 
Walker, Julian R., 670 Hill 'N' Dale Rd.. Lexington, 

277-7269, 451-5463 
Walker. Paul R.. Resevoir Hill. 10th & High St.. 843-88D3, 

843-3249 
Waller? Bobbie E,, 309 Strathmore, Lexington. 299-6123, 

299-6123 
Wanchic. Nicholas. 1511 Forbes Road, Lexington, 255-1233. 

255-0812 
Ward, Tommv, Marsee Drive, Harlan, 573-4653, 573-3711 
Warren. Bige R.. Walker. 542-2224 
Warren. Buist Buzz. 4043 Park Road. Fort Knox. 624-2098. 

624-1231 
Warren. Kenneth A.. 45 Meadowview Drive. Louisville, 

454-5001. 634-1551 ext. 275 
Waslialeski. Tom. 3914 Delia Fav. Louisville. 964-4718. 964- 

6920 
Washer. James P.. 4119 Sun Flower. Louisville, 447-6817. 

969-2391 
Washer. Stan. 3205 Huberta Drive. Louisville. 447-,3078, 

582-8750 
Weaver. Clvde Ivan. Box 254. Williamson. W. Va. 
Weaver. Rav M.. 3117 Bernard Drive. Edgewood. 341-2610. 

341-8036 
Webb. Dudlev. 204 Bank of Commerce. Lexington. 254-7318 
Webb. Keatdn. P. O. Box 73. Atwood. Tenn., 662-5067, 

784-3461 
Weber, Thomas C, 1967 Goldsmith Lane. Louisville, 

459-2733 
Wedge. Paul (Dennvl. 1314 Utah Drive. Bowling Green, 

842-6732. 781-1067 
Weidner. Paul R.. 3262 Bellaere Court. Cincinnati. Oliio. 

922-8100. 542-3300 
Welch, Robert J.. Jr.. 1406 Beech Ave.. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

471-3408. 281-0783 
Werkowitz. Jack. 4614 Miller Road. Blue Ash. Ohio. 

791-5382 
Werner. John M.. 2001 Collier Rd.. Henderson. 826-2593 
Wheeler. Mell, 1019 Poplar St.. Kenova. W. Va.. 453-4613 
Wickham. James Robert, 311 Cathedral Manor, Bardstown, 

348-5282. 833-4611 
White. John Stanlev. 1517 Fairfax Drive. Ashland. 325-2090, 

325-8511 ext. 253 
Wilbert. Donald A., 4420 Santa Paula Lane. Louisville, 

969-8733. 448-2761 ext. 222 
Wilder. Jerrv R.. 467 Dorchester. Bowling Green. 843-1983. 

745-2691 
Williams. James H.. Elmwood Drive. South Shore. 9.32- 

4372 (Portsmouth. Ohioi. 353-7440 
Willis. Donald A.. Box 5. Allen. 874-2485. 285-3949 
Wilson. Louis O.. 728 Wellington Way. Lexington. 277-6374 

252-7585 
Wilson. Nellus R.. 223 Iroquois Drive. Paducah. 554-1910, 

443-6515 
Wise. Jack. 209 Pocahontas. Georgetown. 863-3948. 863-0772 
Witsken. Roger L.. 4321 St. Dominic Drive, Cincinnati 

Ollio, 471-6312, 762-6723 
Wood. Furmaii Blake. Route =2. Box 163. Elkview. W. Va 
Wood. Walter A.. 562 Stonehaven Drive. Lexington. 299- 

8364. 233-2000 
Wiav. Robert F.. 29 Belle Monte. Ft. Mitchell. 341-177S 

292-2261 
Wright. C. Dale. 223 Devonport Drive. Lexington. 2.52-1524, 

258-9000 ext. 3494 
Wright. Howard L., 309 Forest Ave.. Erlanger. 341-4396 
Wright. Jim. 121 Showalter Drive. Georgetown. 863-3628 

233-2000 ext. 2520 
Wright. John David. Ponderosa Mobile Home Ranch 

Georgetown. 885-9915. 886-3921 
Wuertz. John. 2834 Hoock Ave.. Louisville. 454-0631. 267- 

8311 ext. 313 
Wulfeck. Jim. 3125 Lawrence Drive. Ft. Mitchell. 342-8225 

341-5351 
Yarbrough. Rov D.. Jr.. 197th Mil, Police Detachment 

Confine Facility. Fort Sil. Okla. 

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Attention, Football Officials! 

Assistant Commissioner Billy Wise in his Pine- 
ville and Hazard football clinics gave an incorrect 
interpretation of Rule 4-2-2a. based on information 
which he had received from the National Federa- 
tion office prior to the clinics. A bulletin correct- 
ing the interpretation reached the K.H.S.A.A. of- 
fice in time for the correct interpretation to be 
given at the subsequent clinics. 

It had been previously stated in the first two 
clinics that, on an extra point attempt, if the 
holder fumbles the ball while his knee is on the 
ground, upon regaining possession he may still 



hold for a kick, or he may stand up and run or 
pass the ball. The correct interpretation by Na- 
tional Federation Secretary Clifford B. Fagan is 
that, if the holder fumbles the ball while his knee 
is on the ground, upon gaining possession he may 
still hold for a kick but he may not get up and 
legally advance. 

K.H.S.C.A. 

Irvine, Kentucky- 
April 7, 1970 
Executive CommiUee 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 
Gentlemen: 

I have made an examination of the records of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association account cov- 
ering the period February 27, 1969 to February 27, 1970, 
per the request of your Secretary, Mr. Joe Ohr. 

Consolidated and classified receipts and disbursements 
are shown on the attached schedule of income and ex- 
penses. All receipts have been traced into the bank ac- 
count and all disbursements shown have been verified 
by canceled checks. 

The balance of 514,835.64 has been verified as being 
on deposit in the Union Bank & Trust Company, Irvine, 
Kentucky, as of the close of business on February 27, 1970. 

We believe the attached schedule properly reflects the 
status of this account for the period covered. 
Respectfully submitted, 
William Sexton, Jr.. Auditor 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
SCHEDULE OF INCOME & EXPENSES FOR THE PERIOD 

FEBRUARY 27, 1969 TO FEBRUARY 27, 1970 
RECEIPTS: 

Membership Dues S 4,558.00 

Total Receipts ._- S 4,558.00 

Plus: Balance in Bank on February 27, 1969 12,623.93 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR __S17,181.93 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Postage & Envelopes 123.08 

Secretarial Help 10.00 

Annual Audit — Wm. Sexton, Jr. 35.00 

Delegates Expenses to KEA — Joe Ohr 25.00 
Delegate Expense to National 

Rules Meeting 136.11 

Expenses to Executive Meeting 

for 16 persons 334.41 

Printing 170.58 

Insurance — Bold for Treasurer 31.00 

Filing Fee- Secretary of Stale 2.00 

Executive Meeting Meals— Blue Boar 43.59 

Joe Ohr — All Star mileage expense 21.75 

Lawrence Gilbert — Expenses 58.20 

Flowers _ 15.75 

Joe Ohr— Collection fees 1969-70 __ 1,124.50 

Trophies 165.34 

Total Disburseme;its 2,296.29 

BALANCE ON FEBRUARY 27, 1970 . 514,885.64 

Balance on deposit in Union Bank & Trust 
Company, Irvine, Kentucky, on February 27, 
1970. per Bank Statement __ 514,885.64 



Irvine, Kentucky 
April 7, 1970 
Executive Committee 

East-West Al! Star Football & Basketball Games 
The Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Ke;itucky 
Gentlemen: 

Al the request of your Secretary, Mr. Joe Ohr, I have 
made an annual examination of the records of your 
ALL STAR account covering the period March 1, 1969 
to February 27. 1970. 

Consolidated and classified receipts and disbursements 
are shown on the attached schedule of receipts and dis- 
bursements. The bank balance of S22.446.48 has been veri- 
fied as being on deposit in the First Security National 
Bank & Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky. 

Net receipts have been verified as deposits into the 
Bank and all disbursements have been substantiated by 
canceled checks. 

There is attached hereto a separate schedule of the 
four Savings Accounts showing the financial institution 
involved and the balances in each account. This is self- 
explanatory and the balances shown have bee^ verified 
v/ith the appropriate savings firm. 

I believe this letter and the attached schedules prop- 
erly reflect the various transactions for the period in- 
volved. 

Respectfully submitted, 
William Sexton, Jr., Auditor 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1970 



EAST-WEST ALL STAR FOOTBALL & BASKETBALL 
GAMES OF THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES 

ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Receipts and Disbursemenls for Ihe period 

March 1. 19S9 lo February 27, 1970. 
RECEIPTS: 

••Receipls from All-Star Games 513,020.60 

Program Receipls 310.91 

Inleresl Income — Savings Account 

-5041 500.00 

Total 313,831.51 

Plus: Balance in Bank on 2-29-69 19,710.78 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR 333,542.29 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing . 312.95 

Tickets 50.00 

All-Star Insurance 667.00 

Change advanced to U. K. 

Ticket Office 1,600.00 

All-star Travel & Meals 1,223.91 

Meals -All Stars 2,449.48 

Ambulance Service 75.00 

Housing— All Stars 919.70 

Misc. Expenses— All Stars — 

Estill Branham 467.64 

Kentucky Sales Tax 586.15 

Managers Salary— Estill Branham __ 800.00 

Coaches Salaries 1,000.00 

Photographs — - 66.35 

Awards for All Stars 779.63 

Salaries for Trainers 98.00 

Total Disbursements 11,095.81 

BALANCE ON FEBRUARY 27, 1970 322,446.48 

Balance on deposit in First Security National 
Bank & Trust Company. Lexington, Kentucky, 
as per Bank Statement of February 27, 1970 __S22,446.48 

•■Receipts shown are NET receipls. Total receipts amount- 
ed to 513,324.60 less 3304.00 paid to University of Ken- 
tucky Athletic Association for expenses. 

EAST-WEST ALL STAR FOOTBALL & 
BASKETBALL GAMES 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
SCHEDULE OF SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

1. Columbia Federal Savings & Loan Association 
Covington, Kentucky 

Account No. 9315 

Balance as of Dec. 31, 1969 3 5,640.97 

2. Central Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STARS Account — Certificate No. 5041 

Balance as of April 7, 1970 - 10,000.00 

3. Citizens Union Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STAR Account 

Balance as of March 31, 1970 5,794.14 

4. First Security National Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STARS Account No. 23588-7 

Balance as of March 31, 1970 11,580.39 

Total Savings Accounts 333,015.49 

I hereby certify that the above balances have been 
verified by telephone with the above institutions as being 
on deposit as of this date, April 7, 1970. 

William Sexton, Jr., — Auditor 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page Eleven) 

Yost. C. W.. 351 Oaklawn, Brandenburg. 422-2661, Stam- 
ford. Conn.. 3.56-3200 

Young. Jack T., 121 Smith Ballara. Richmond, 623-4589, 
623-2234 

Zimmer. Torn. 114 Summit Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 341-4566, 
431-4272 

Zlamal. Raymond K., Cooperstown, Bldg. B #14, Lexmg- 
ton, 258-9000 

Zogg. .Ice F., Box 121B. Owenshoro, 683-0152, 683-6425 

"board minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 
70 .year. Copies of the audit, recently prepared 
by Huet L. John.son, Certified Public Accountant, 
were presented to members of the Board. 

The Commissioner, speaking for the Building 
Committee, stated that Attorney Calvert T. Ros- 
zell had filed with the Fayette City-County 
Planning Commission an application for a zoning 
change which would allow the K.H.S.A.A. to con- 
struct its proposed new building on Cooper Drive. 



Messrs. Davis and Sanford reported on the re- 
cent National Federation Annual Meeting which 
had been attended by the K.H.S.A.A. adminis- 
trative staff and most Board members. Mr. Davis 
stated that most of the program had been very 
good, and that the speakers at the general ses- 
sions had been quite outstanding. The Commis- 
sioner reported on the business meeting of the 
National Council. 

The Commissioner stated that several high 
school competitors who possibly might have rep- 
resented K.H.S.A.A. member schools in one or 
more athletic contests had been engaged in the 
United States Youth games, either at the state, 
regional, or national level. He asked that he be 
given delegated authority b.y the Board of Con- 
trol to restore to eligibility any participant who 
may have made himself or lierself ineligible by 
taking part in the United States Youth games. 
James T. Dotson moved, seconded by W. H. 
Crowdus, that the request of the Commissioner be 
granted. The motion was carried unanimously. 

President Davis announced the personnel of 
four committees, stating that the membership 
of the Swimming, Wrestling, and Gymnastics 
committees would be determined at a later date. 
The committees as announced for 1970-71 are as 
follows: 

Personnel and Policy — Chsdrman Richard Vin- 
cent. James T. Dotson, Roy L. Winchester (The 
President and the Commissioner are ex-officio 
members of this committee.) 

Buildin.g — Chairman Tom Mills, J. C. Cantrell, 
J. B. Mansfield (The President and Commissioner 
are ex-officio members of this committee.) 

Trophy— Chairman J. B. Mansfield, Theo. A. 
Sanford, Billy V. Wise (The President is an ex- 
officio member of this committee.) 

Retirement — Chairman W. H. Crowdus, Morton 
Combs (The President is an ex-officio member 
of this committee.) 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by Richard 
Vincent, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning June 1, 1970, and ending June 
30, 1970, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
ad.iourned. 



KAPOS NEWS 

ATTENTION: Principals and Coaches 

Please announce to your cheerleaders and to 
your sponsor that there will be a one-day clinic 
for all cheerleaders and non-cheerleaders wishing 
to learn something about cheerleading. 

If your squad did not get to attend a summer 
clinic, this is an opportunity for them to get some 
help from a well qualified teaching organization, 
the N.C.A. of Dallas, Texas; and, if your squad 
did get to attend a summer clinic, this is the op- 
portunity to be evaluated as well as to learn some 
different routines. 

KAPOS is hosting this clinic in order to help 
cheerleaders and to make money for their scholar- 
ship program. 

A brociiure giving more details of the clinic will 
be in the principal's office prior to the date of the 
clinic. In the meantime, be making your prepara- 
tions to attend. 

DATE — September 26, 1970 

PLACE — Transylvania College, Lexington, 
Kentucky 

COST — $3.00 per cheerleader-Sponsors are ad- 
mitted free. You are asked to bring a sandwich. 
Drinks and cookies will be free! 

REGISTRATION — 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. 
Eastern Standard Time 



TO: PRINCIPALS OF MEMBER SCHOOLS OF K.H.S.A.A. 
SUBJECT: CATASTROPHE INSURANCE POLICY. 

The following information about the catastrophe insurance coverage pur- 
chased by K.H.S.A.A. to cover athletes of member schools is published for 
your consideration. The coverage will commence July 1, 1970, for the 
school year 1970-71, and will be identical with the coverage for the current 
year. 

PERSONS COVERED: Student athletes on teams of member schools of 
K.H.S.A.A. will be covered while practicing for or competing in K.H.S.A.A. 
approved inter-school athletic events or while traveling in a group directly 
to or from practice session or scheduled athletic event for the purpose of 
participating in such session or event. 

ACCIDENT MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFIT: Expenses incurred for 
treatment of a covered injury including necessary services of a licensed 
physician, hospital expenses subject to limit for daily room and board and 
general nursing care of normal charge for semi-private room, private duty 
nursing care by R.N. on order of physician and physio-therapy performed 
while hospital confined shall be covered within fifty-two (52) weeks fol- 
lowing the accident causing injury provided treatment for such injury 
commences within thirty (30) days of the date of covered accident. 

The first $1000.00 of covered expenses, or the amount of such expenses as 
are covered under all other collectible insurance of the policyholder and 
insured, whichever figure is greatest, will be deducted from any claim paid 
hereunder. Subject to this provision, the Company will pay up to a maxi- 
mum of $10,000.00 except that when payment under the plan exceeds 
$5000.00, further payment shall be 75'' < of the eligible charges. 

EXCLUSIONS: No payment shall be made for herina, appendicitis, cardiac 
disease, diabetes, detached retina, osteomyelitis, malignancy or Osgood- 
Schlatters disease, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition, or for injuries 
connected with fighting or brawling. 

ADMINISTRATION: The plan is administered by The Kingden Company. 
If further information is desired, the Company may be contacted. 



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2. He wins without boasting, he loses without excuses and he never quits. 

3. He respects officials and accepts their decisions without question. 

4. He never forgets that he represents his school. 

The Coach . . . 

1. He inspires in his boys a love for the game and the desire to win. 

2. He teaches them that it is better to lose fairly than to win unfairly. 

3. He leads players and spectators to respect officials by setting them a 
good example. 

4. He is the type man he wants his boys to be. 



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1. He knows the rules. 

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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OCTOBER, 1970 




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K.H.S.A.A. Football Schools 

(Asterisks Indicate 8-Man Football Schools) 



School 

Adair County 

Allen County 

Anderson County 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Bardstown 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfrv 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Breckinridge Co. 

Bryan Station 

Bullitt Central 

Burgin 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Catlettsburg 

Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Cumberland Co. 

Danville 

Daviess County 

Dayton 

De Sales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

Edmonson County 

Eastern 

ElLzabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fern Creek 

Flaget 

Fleming County 

Fleming Neon 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Franklin- Simpson 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gamaliel' 

Garrard County 

George R.Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Greensburg 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson 

Henderson County 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Hiseville* 

Holmes 

Hopkinsville 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Ky. Military Inst. 

Kv. Sch. for Deaf 



Address 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrenceburg 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bardstown 

Owingsville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfry 

PinevUle 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Louisville 

Florence 

Paris 

Bowling Green 

R. 2. Ashland 

Danville 

Harned 

Lexington 

Shepherdsville 

Burgin 

Louisville 

Morgantown 

Princeton 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

CarroUton 

Catlettsburg 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Burkesville 

Danville 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Brownsville 

Middletown 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Flemlngsburg 

Fleming 

Ft. Campbell 

Ft. Knox 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Greensburg 

Harlan 

Cynthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Munfordville 

Hazard 

W. Paducah 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Lexington 

New Castle 

Ft. Thomas 

Hiseville 

Covington 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Harlan 

Jeffersontown 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 

R, 1. Pikeville 

Paintsville 

Lyndon 

Danville 



Coach 

Ken McCubbin 
Bob Driver 
David D. Ishmael 
Jack Kleier 
Fred Relierman 
Jude Talbott 
Jim Ross 
Roger Walz 
Al Vipperman 
Tim Sowders 
Heulyn Bishop 
Wayne Moore 
Denny Nash 
Jack Turner 
Eugene Correll 
Jodv Ellis 
Tom Scott 
John Buchanan 
Stan Napper 
Tony Lanham 
Joe Holcomb 
Charles Kolasa 
Elmer CoUina 
Roy Petett 
Fred Clayton 
Bob Miller 
Sam Clark 
David Points 
Allen Osborne 
Coy Meadows 
William Griffith 
Charles McGuire 
Gerald Risch 
Archie Powers 
Rudy Tassini 
Dicky McDonald 
Ken Green 
Mike Smith 
Pat Dale 
Waymond Morris 
Keen Johnson 
Rex Robinson 
David Browning 
Jack Pace 
Jim Vesel 
BUI Wyatt 
Vanous Lloyd 
J. Richard Young 
Vince Hancock 
Delano Thomas 
Woody J. Barwick 
Lowell Flannery 
Cliarles Hunter 
Garland Miller 
Paul Reliford 
Edgar Orick 
Pete Conipise 
Ben Pumphrey 
Paul Stewart 
Marshall Patterson 
John Stephens 
Raymond Webb 
Sonny Adkins 
Ken Caplenor 
Larry Shanks 
David England 
Bill Murphy 
Charles Harkleroad 
Lloyd Hodge 
Jan Anderson 
Bill Jones 
Coy Pigman 
Tommy Cawood 
Bill McKee 
Bill Baldridge 
Charles Wurtzler 
Jack Carey 
Jack Haskins 
William K. Dawson 
Ron Finlev 
Robert Bell 
Harry Reif 
Mike Murphv 
Phil Higdon 
Bob White 
F. D. Thornton 
David Fryrear 
Wendell Wheeler 
James Hughes 
Thomas Brush 
Ray Hager 
John A. O'Brien 
Bruce Howard 
Larry Williamson 
James D. Morrison 



Knox Central 
Lafayette 
LaRue County 
Laurel County 
Leslie County 
Lewis County 
Lloyd 
Lone Oak 
Louisa 



Barbourville 

Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Erlanger 

Paducah 

Louisa 



L'ville Country DayLouisville 



Louisville Male 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

McKell 

Madison 

Madison Central 



Louisville 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Corbin 

South Shore 

Richmond 

Richmond 



M'ville-N. Hopkins Madisonville 
Marion C. Moore Louisville 
Marion County 



Mayfield 

Maysville 

M. C. Napier 

Meade County 

Mercer County 

Metcalfe County 

Middlesboro 



Lebanon 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

Hazard 

Brandenburg 

Harrodsburg 

Edmonton 

Middlesboro 



Millersburg M. Inst.Millersburg 
Montgomery Co. Mt. Sterling 
Morgan County West Liberty 
Mt. Sterling Mt. Sterling 

Vlt. Vernon Mt. Vernon 

MuUins R. 1. Pikeville 

Murray Murray 

Melson County Bardstown 

Newport Newport 

[Newport Catholic Newport 
Nicholas County Carlisle 
North Hardin Radchff 

Morth Marshall Calvert City 
Ohio County Hartford 

Dldham County LaGrange 
Owen County Owenton 

Owensboro Owensboro 

Owensboro CatholicOwensboro 
Paducah Tilghman Paducah 



Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City* 

Paul G. Blazer 

Pikeville 

Pineville 



Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City 

Ashland 

Pikeville 

Pineville 



Pleasure Ridge Pk. Pleasure Ridge 



Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

Reidland 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

St. Xavier 

Sayre 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelbv County 

Shelbyville 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Stanford 

Stuart 

Tates Creek 

Temple Hiir 

Thomas Jefferson 

Todd Central 

Tompkinsville 

Trigg County 

Trimble County 

Trinity 

Union County 

Valley 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington Co. 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

Western 

Wcstport 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Woodford County 

Wurtland 



Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

R. 8. Paducah 

Morehead 

Russell 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Georgetow'n 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Stanford 

Valley Station 

Lexington 

R. 4, Glasgow 

Louisville 

Flkton 

Tompkinsville 

Cadiz 

Bedford 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

Versailles 

Wurtland 



Charles D. Black 
Virgil Chambers 
George Trumbo 
Dan Beasley 
Floyd Hines 
Hal Lockhart 
Frank Bruns 
Charles Akers 
Luke Varney. Jr. 
Ken Smith 
Paul McPherson 
Tom Daley 
Ed Miracle 
Robert Igo 
C. A. Noble 
Melvin Chandler 
Tom Sims 
Dennis Sexton 
John W. McGuire 
TomiTiy Simpson 
Jack Morris 
Tom Becherer 
Charles Hall 
Wilson Sears 
Amos Black 
Harold Chambers 
Tommy Stapleton 
James Minchow 
Clayton Taylor 
Marty Joyce 
Charles Ishmael 
Lawrence Travis 
Paul D. Dotson 
Preston Holland 

Joe Jaggers 
Ray King 
Bob Schneider 
Jack G. Massie 
Willard Rice 
Bill Grizzard 
Richard Berry. Jr. 
Paul Finneseth 
Roy Cochran 
Gerald Poynter 
Charles Bryant 
Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Homer Goins 
Glenn Flanders 
Herb Conley 
Ed VanHoose 
William E. Adams 
Pk. Bob Holman 

George McClellan 
Mike Holtzapfel 
Bernie Behrendt 
Paul Ouslev 
Lafayette Walter 
Conrad H. Harris 
Jim Gladden 
Leon Dunagan 
Gerald Walton 
William Wilson 
Robert Gebhart 
Gene Sartini 
Dan Goble 
Richard Greenwell 
Jim Jenkins 
Jerry Johns 
Henderson Wilson 
William Leedy 
Kenneth Voorhls 
Roy Walton 
Jim Faulkner 
James A. Gray 
Mike Mace 
Frank Petett 
Ken Barrett 
Roger Coombs 
James Kennedy 
Gary Steward 
Irvin Spencer 
James Clay 
John F. StoU 
Jim Morton 
John Miller 
Tom Donnelly 
Jack Jewell 
Frank Parker 
Ralph Buckley 
Earl Browning 
Wilbur Jamerson 
James Gose 
Donnie Rains 
Tom Bowden 
George Withers 
William Robinson 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL XXXIII— No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1970 



$1.00 Per Year 



A Decade of Progress 

By Assistant Commissioner J. B. Mansfield 

In an effort to determine how the high school 
football program in Kentucky has progressed, a 
comparison has been maoe between the number 
and enrollment of the schools playing in 1960 
and 1970. In 1960, the second year alter the play- 
offs were started, 148 teams participated in the 
playoffs. Eleven years later, eighteen of these 
schools have been absorbed into other schools 
with no schools replacing them, seventeen were 
consolidated into el3ven schools, and six schools 
still in existence dropped the sport. These figures 
show that today if no progress had been made 
there would be (148 less 30) onlj^ 118 schools 
with teams. 

In 1970 there are 184 schools fielding teams. 
The difference between 184 and 118 shows that 
66 schools have come into the program. This has 
been a result of smaller schools being consohdated 
or from new schools coming into existence. This 
amounts to an average increase of about six teams 
a year even though the total number of schools 
is decreasing. Four hundred thirty-four schools 
joined the Association in 1960, and in 1970 there 
will be approximately 352. The percentage has 
increased from 31.6 in 1960 to 52.3 in 1970. 

In order to get approximately the same num- 
ber of schools in Classes A and AA, the breakina 
point was 275 pupils in Grades 10-12 in 1960, In 
1970 this figure was 485. Certainly, as the number 
of students in a school increases so will the cali- 
ber of the team. The merging of the smaller 
schools has resulted in better facilities, as play- 
ing fields, seating capacity, dressing rooms, etc., 
have improved. It has resulted in a greater num- 
ber of coaches per squad, thus promoting more 
efficient training and coaching. 

The statewide improvement in the football 
program has been due to the improvement of the 
educational program in general. The people of 
the state, the legislature, the boards of education 
and school administrators have been responsible 
for this. As progress has been made consistently 
through these past years, there is no reason to 
doubt that it will continue until every boy has an 
opportunity to participate in the kind of program 
he deserves. 



Off Season Conditioning 

A year around program of physical condition- 
ing should be advocated for all those interested 
in athletics. The end of an athlete's "season" 
should not end the training regimen completely. 
To remain in condition and continue to reap the 
values of athletic training, depends on the extent 
to which the athlete continues to exercise and to 
follow the principles of healthful living. 

Maintaining strength, endurance, and agiUty 
make possible high performance levels and eli- 



KAPOS Winner 




Miss Deborah Stanley of Melvin, Kentucky, 
graduate of the Wheelwright High School, received 
the 1969-70 $500 scholarship award from the Ken- 
tucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors 
(KAPOS). Pictured above, reading left to right, 
are Miss Stanley; her mother, Mrs. Willard Stan- 
lev: and Mrs. John Compton of the Bryan Station 
Senior High School faculty. President of KAPOS. 

minate the necessity for the frustrating early sea- 
son period of crash-conditioning. This is the period 
when techniques and skills are foremost in every- 
one's mind. Too much valuable time is spent in 
the pre-season workouts on conditioning. If the 
athlete comes to practice "ready to play'' he can 
concentrate all his time learning the game. While 
learning he will be keeping in shape. 

To assure a carry-over of training practices 
the athlete needs to be oriented to the principles 
involved rather than to the specific practices to 
follow. The more he can translate these principles 
to everyday living, the more he will be inclined 
to continue to train. 

The training schedule, broadened in perspec- 
tive, is actually a comprehensive health education 
program, dealing with desirable attitudes and be- 
haviour. The training "curriculum" covers prin- 
ciples involved in personal hygiene, first aid, 
medical and dental care, rest and exercise, com- 
municable disease control, environmental hazards, 
and preventive procedures. Tlie coach as an edu- 
cator should be concerned with the carry-over 
of these principles as a way of life as well as for 
the next season. 

Because of their tremendous appeal for youth, 
athletics can exercise a profound impact on the 
later life of participants. This is not automatic. 
hov%'ever, and will occur only when: 
(Continued on page six) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1970 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication. Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Assistant Editor J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor -- BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. Ky. 
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Employment Bureaus 

Sixteen employment bureaus for officials have 
been establishe(i. Each registered official should 
file at once with his nearest bureau head his 
schedule of games and list of dates on which the 
official will be available to call games. The names 
of the bureau heads, with the residence and busi- 
ness phone numbers (residence numbers given 
first), are as follows: 

Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells, Blvd., Murray, 753- 

3579, 762-6385 
Norman Hammons, Route 4, Hopkinsville, 886- 

7066,886-3311 
Jerry Kimmel. Beechmont, 476-2656, 476-8375 
Bob Gour. 218 S. Lee, Bowling Green, 843-9582, 

842-0316 
Howard Gardner, 829 McCollum, Elizabethtown, 

765-6273 
Claude Ricketts, 1506 Larchmont, Louisville, 

635-6536, 282-6615 (Jeffersonville) 
Hubert Louden. Box 75, Sulphur, 743-5297, 584- 

4141 (Louisville) 
Jack Wise. 209 Pocahontas Drive, Georgetown, 
863-3948, 863-0772 
Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 441- 

5885, 635-2191 
Howard Rogers, 17 Maryland Avenue, Winches- 
ter, 744-1785, 299-1221, ext. 4152 (Lexington) 
Bobby Flynn, 428 McKenna Court, Lexington, 

299-5902, 255-2481 
Bob Foster, Science Hill, 423-3313, 678-8161 
Curt Seivy, 103 Steele, Corbin, 528-3737, 528-4677 
Goebel Ritter, 415 Cornelia Avenue, Whitesburg, 

633-7164, 633-4455 
Harrv Burke, 828 Arnold Avenue, Prestonsburg, 

886"-2796. 886-2385 
Ernie Chattin, Ashland Community College, 

Ashland, 324-2665. 324-6191 

NCSSAD Conference 

The National Council of Secondary School 
Athletic Directors, a structure of the Division of 
Men's Athletics of the A.A.H.P.E.R., is sponsoring 
a regional conference in Indianapolis in January, 
1971. The K.H.S.A.A. is one of the co-sponsoring 
organizations. 

The purposes of the conference are: 

1. To recommend adminsitrative procedures 
that will add greater significance to the contri- 
butions of the interscholastic athletics program in 
meeting the purposes of secondary education. 

2. To provide a regional forum for the ex- 



change of current practices in secondary school 
athletic administration. 

3. To discover current and evolving trends in 
athletic administration. 

4. To discuss the role of the NCSAD and the 
state athletic directors associations in cooperative 
projects with other national and state associations. 

Certified Football Officials 



Allison, Roy 
Anders, Raleigh 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Blanton, Homer 
Bordy, Philip 
Brotzge. Maurice 
Brown, Bill 
Brown, Herman 
Brown. John W. "Scoop" 
Bullock, Ted 
Burke, Harry R. 
Canady, Ray Blair 
Cook, Richard N, 
Cowan, Robert L. 
Craft, Albert B. 
Cullen, Charles Bud 
Gulp, Willard E. 
Current, Ray 
Dallmann, James W. 
Davis, W. Curtis 
Denton, Charles 
Denton, William J. 
Durkin, Jack H, 
Elliott. Carroll L. 
Elovitz, Carl 
Faust, Jack 
Fenimore. Clarke E. 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Robert 
Fortney, Robert L, 
Foster, J. W. 
Fraley, Bill 
Frankel, Louis S. 
Fryrear, Bill P. 
Fuller, Wilton 
Garrett, Richard A. 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Gour, Bob 
Gorham, Harry C. 
Grace, (iharles K. 
Grace, H. E. 
Graham. James 
Hadden, Newell 
Hagan, Joseph E. 
Hancock. Norb 
Hedge, David Wm. 
Heinze, Frank 
Heinze. John G. 
Horsman, Bill 
Huber. Carl W. 
Ishmael. Stephen A. 
Johnson, Harry A. 
Jones. Paul D. 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Kraft. H. Nelhs 
Kuhl, Lawrence 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lange. William E.. Jr. 
Leahy. Pat 
Lenahan, Thomas F. 
Lowe, Gene T. 
Lusby. George 
McGehee, Gordon 
McLemore, Jack 



Mattingly, Charles Pete 
May, E. B., Jr. 
Mayhew, Wm, M. 
Mercke, Frank R. 
Mercker. George E. 
Metzger, Don 
Minta, John H. 
Moody, W. R. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Mordica, William A. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K. 
Murray, Thomas 
Neal, Gene 
Noland, Doug 
Nord, Bertrand J. 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Oldham. Ben R. 
Omer, Harold G. 
Parker, Bob L. 
Parsley, Clyde E. 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Phipps. James M. 
Raque, Ron 
Ray, Bob 
Reddington, Jim 
Reed, Gordon "Moe" 
Renfro, James H. 
Ring, Bill 
Russell. Gary E. 
Russman. Godfrey F. 

Jr. 
Sammons, Terry L. 
Sapp, Edward 
Schmitt, Paul E. 
Schuble. Charles 
Scott, W. L. "Bill" 
Shanks, Thomas E. 
Shaw, John H. 
Sloan, Wallace 
Small, David E. 
Spath, William J. 
Staten, Joe 
Stephenson, Harry 
Stevens, William D. 
Swinford, John 
Talbot, William G„ III 
Thompson, Thomas S. 
Varner, Ray 
Wagner, Jim 
Waide, Harry D. 
Walker, Paul R. 
Waller, Bobbie E. 
Wanchic, Nick 
Warren, Kenneth A, 
Washer. James P. 
Washer, Stanle.y 
Watts, Shirley R. 
Wilson, Louis 
Wise, Jack 
Wright. Jim 
Wray, Robert F. 
Zimmer, Tom 



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Approved Football Officials 



Albright, James R. 
Blevins, Don 
Bowlinfi, James E. 
Bramble, James 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Branch, Charles J. 
Brock, Alben 
Carr, Billy W. 
Chiswell, C. Lawrence 
Clemmons, Sam 
Cornwall, James 
Creekmore, Les 
Crider, Ray 
Daopoulos, James A. 
Delaney, William T. 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Draud, Jon Edward 
Durbin, Roy 
Easley, Dan 
Eldridge, Wayne R. 
Fay, John C. 
Feck, Richard A. 
Ferguson, Roy 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Gallaher, Jack F. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Harris, David L. 
Harsh, Ronald B. 
Hma, Charles W. 
Hornsby, Colin 
Howard, Robert E. 
Hubbard. John D. 
Jump, Frank E. 
Keifer, Robert B.. Jr. 
Kiser, Larry 



Lefevers, Colman J. 
Lillie, Wes 
Linkes, Clifford 
McClure, Tom 
McCoy, Larry 
McFadden, Jimmie 
Maloney, R. H. 
Mang, Berry W., Jr. 
Metcalf. Ken 
Moore, Franklin Bud 
Nolan, Michael B. 
Pack, Keith 
Padgett. R. K. 
Pardue. Israel 
Pate, Lloyd W. 
Paxton, Gary R. 
Perkms, Ronnie L. 
Powers, Elmer 
Read, Frederick 
Reece, Jerry T. 
Riggs, C. Dennis 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Schmitt. Nick 
Shaughnessy. Bernard E. 
Simms, Clarence 
Somerville, Robert J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Stark, Dennis W. 
Taylor, James E. 
Timmering, George E. 
Treibly, Charles E. 
Weaver, Rav 
Wilbert, Donald A. 
Wright. John David 
Wulfeck. Jim 



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Cross Counlry Assignments 

Cross Country regulations adopted by the 
Board of Control provide that the state shall be 
divided into classes and regions by the Commis- 
sioner who will assign the schools to the regional 
sites. Schools with teams that are not listed should 
notify the Commissioner in order that regional 
assignments may be made. Each school listed will 
receive from the regional manager an information 
sheet and entry blank prior to the meet. The 1970 
assignments are as follows: 

Class AA 

Paducah Region — Christian County, Critten- 
den County. Hickman Countv, Hopkinsville, May- 
field, North Marshall, Paducah Tilghman, St. 
Mary, Trigg County. 

Owensboro Region — Daviess County, Hender- 
son County, Owensboro, Providence, Russellville, 
Trinity, Union County. 

Clarkson Region — Bowling Green, Breckin- 
ridge County, Caneyville, Clarkson. East Hardin, 
Edmonson County. Elizabethtown. Leitchfield. 
Meade County, North Hardin, St. Romuald, West 
Hardin. 

Bardstown Region — Adair County, Bullitt Cen- 
tral. Greensburg, Glasgow, LaRue County, Louis- 
ville Country Day. Nelson County. Portland Chris- 
tian, Shelby County, Taylor County. 

Ft. Thomas Region — Bishop Brossart. Boone 
County, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, High- 
lands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport Catho- 
lic, Simon Kenton. 

Maysville Region — Bath County, Bourbon 
Coimly, Grant County, Harrison County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Montgomery County, Pendle- 
ton. 

Lexington Region — Bryan Station, Frankfort, 



Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington CathoUc, Madi- 
son Central. Model Laboratory, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County. 

Somerset Region — Boyle County, Burnside, 
Danville. Garrard County, Lee County, Monti- 
cello, Russell County. Somerset, Wayne County. 

Paintsville Region — Boyd County, Hazel 
Green Academy, Jenkins, Johnson Central, Johns 
Creek, Menifee County, Morgan County, Oakdale 
Christian, Paul Blazer, Riverside Christian, Rus- 
sell. 

Class AAA 

Flaget Region — Ahrens. Butler, Central, du- 
Pont Manual, Flaget, Louisville Male, Shawnee. 

Iroquois Region — Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Thomas Jefferson Region — Atherton, DeSales, 
Durrett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Waggener Region — Ballard. Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport. 

New Swimming Film 

The National Federation of State High School 
Athletic Association has produced a film entitled, 
SWIMMING AND DIVING BY THE RULES. A 
print of the film, a 16 mm. 17-minute sound film 
in color, has been secured by the K.H.S.A.A. The 
film may be obtained for showing by writing to 
the Film Library, College of Education, University 
of Kentucky. 

SWIMMING AND DIVING BY THE RULES 
is the first film ever produced to demonstrate the 
interpretation of the rules of swimming and div- 
ing. It is recommended for all levels of amateur 
swimming. 

The film stresses that as competitive swim- 
ming increases there is a greater than ever need 
for good officiating. The rules must be rigidly and 
uniformly observed and enforced. Starting, tim- 
ing, and judging must be completely consistent 
and accurate so that competitors can be guar- 
anteed credit for their best performance. 

The duties of all the officials are illustrated. 
The referee is in charge of all activities. He settles 
any questions of procedure or rules application. 
The announcer plays an important role in the 
smooth running of the meet as he directs the 
swiminers to the clerk of the course when the 
race is called. 

The film shows the position of the starter 
and the stroke .iudges as they look for stroke in- 
fractions and rule on the legality of the turns. 

Proper execution of the backstroke, breast- 
stroke and butterfly are shown, and legal strokes 
and kicks are emphasized. A number of violations 
of stroking and kicking are demonstrated for each 
event. Correct rules of turning and touching are 
described. 

The things that a diving judge must look for 
are illustrated and discussed in detail. These in- 
clude a smooth forceful approach, a well con- 
trolled hurdle, a forceful take-off. the position of 
the body during passage through the air. and 
entry into the water. A number of common faults 
committed during a dive and the points to be 
deducted for each are shown. 

SWIMMING AND DIVING BY THE RULES 
may not guarantee a competitor a win but it 
does guarantee that he will not beat himself. The 
officials have an obligation of guaranteeing every 
competitor all the credit he deserves, no more 
and no less, for his best effort. 



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FILMS 



The films lislea below are in Ihe Film Library of the 
Universily of Keniucky College of Educalion. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Basketball 

BALL HANDLING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c, 1 
reel, $2.00 

Teaches fundamentals of basketball handling 
including stance, grip, control, adjustment, before 
shooting, catching the ball, and other points. Pre- 
sents game shots, using special photographic tech- 
niques to illustrate principles. 
BASKETBALL BY RUPP, .i-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 

Animated play diagrams, slow motion pliotog- 
raphj', and action shot are combined in this new 
film prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. Among the 
drills and plaj's covered in this film are: pivot 
man's slide into the basket; Play No. 6, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket marker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
break. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(30 min.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorough examination of the playing 
rules and officiating procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better understand those difficult judgment de- 
cisions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, 1 Vi reels, $2.50 
Branch McCracken, Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels. $3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of state) 
This is the revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal direc- 
tion of Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL STRATE(3Y FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 
1 reel, $2.00 

The basic strategy of offense play (fakes, rolls, 
cutting, screening, varying pace) and defense play 
(player to player, basic zone, shifting zone, tri- 
angle, and diagonal) is demonstrated and explained 
in this film. 

BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s-c- 
a. 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, high pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling, faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL— TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 

Man-to-man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under varying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, 
j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skills are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 
strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 



KNOW YOUR BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, (33 

min.), color, $1.00 

Provides a thorough examination of the rules 
and presents guidelines that will aid the fans as 
well as officials, coaches and players in a better 
understanding of those difficult judgment decisions 
that are constantly occurring on the basketball 
court. 
OHIO COUNTY VS. CENTRAL (1969 Basketball 

Finals), e-j-s-c-a, S'A reels (35 min.), color, 

silent, $1.00 

Central High School of Louisville won the 
State Championship by defeating Ohio County, 
101-72, in the final game. Central eliminated 
Richmond Madison, Hopkinsville, and Maytown 
to reach the championship game. (KHSAA) 
RICHMOND MADISON VS. LOUISVILLE MALE 

(1970 Basketball Finals), j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (40 

min.), color, silent, $1.00 

The bulldogs of Male outlasted the scrappy 
Purples to win the championship, 70-69, Madison 
led the first half but Male was overpowering to 
take the title in an exciting finish. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 

This film presents the highlights of all the 
games, both regular season and tournament games, 
which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 
NCAA basketball crown. 
SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shot, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim, tra- 
jectory, and fingertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and arm making the throw. 
THIS IS BASKETBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 

min.), color, $1.00 

Interpretation of play situations goes beyond 
the letter of the rule and gives guidelines to better 
understanding of blocking, charging, basket in- 
terference, goal tending, screening, and play vio- 
lations of the free throw, iump and boundary lines. 

Golf 
BUILDING YOUR SWING-UNIT II, j-s-c-a, 3 reels 

(27 min.), color, $7.50 

Shows how the swing is developed. Stance, 
rhythm, movements of upper and lower body 
explained with unusual movie techniques. Stu- 
dents will identify themselves clearly with ex- 
amples on the screen as they build controls into 
their natural swings. 
PITCHING. PITCH AND RUN AND SAND 

SHOTS-UNIT III, j-s-c-a, 11/4 reels (12 min.), 

color. ,$4,50 

Teaches fundamentals of pitching, pitch and 
run and explosion shots out of sand traps. Care- 
fully demonstrates the important differences in 
arm and wrist action for approach shots. 
PUTTING-UNIT IV, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (10 min.), color, 

$4.00 

Demonstrates and teaches several approved 
techniques. Wrist and firm wrist swings, tap and 
stroke methods of applying momentum to the 
ball and how to play uneven greens. 
SAVING STROKES WITH SAM SNEAD, s-c-a, 1 

reel. $2.00 

Golf champion Sam Snead illustrates his grip, 
his stance, his swing on each of several types of 
golf situations. Slow motion and "freeze" shots 
help to clarify the instruction. Shots and driver, 
brassie, and various irons for difficult lies are 
illustrated and finally his putting technique is 
shown. 



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Page Five 



WELCOME TO GOLF-UNIT I, j-s-c-a. Ui reels 

(13 niin.) color, $4.50 

Motivates the student to want to play golf. 
Shows him how to learn and what is expected of 
him. Helps him understand the game, the golf 
course and the equipment. 

Gymnaslics 
BEGINNING TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), 

$2.00 

Presents the two basic progressions in tumbl- 
ing — the inverted balance and roll progressions. 
Accompanying demonstrations of flips and stands 
(singly and in combination) emphasize skillful 
execution. 
GYMNASTICS, PART 1, j-s-c-a, II2 reels (17 

min.). $3.00 

Introduces the basic principles of gymnastics 
and follows the routines developed by polished 
performers on the parallel bars, the rope climb, 
and the long horse. Attention is given to the rolls, 
handstands, and handsprings, twists, and somer- 
saults that are basic to tumbling. (Hoefler) 
GYMNASTICS. PART II. j-s-c-a. I'o reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introduces the gymnast to the fundamentals 
of free exercise routines. Stresses the importance 
of smooth action as well as strength, form, bal- 
ance, and ability to develop the difficult routines. 
Demonstrates rings, side horse, and the high bar. 
(Hoefler) 
INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING, j-s-c-a. 1 reel (11 

min.), $2.00 

Demonstrates twenty stunts in handspring, 
balance, and somersault progressions and safety 
precautions are given to prevent accidents or in- 
juries while teaching technique and form. 
SIMPLE STUNTS, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), $2.00 

Provides instructions in the healthful group 
activities that require little or no equipment. 
Demonstrates simple stunts for strength and skill 
and emphasizes safety precautions. 
TUMBLING FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS: COM- 
PANION STUNTS, j-s-c-a, 2 reels (20 min.), 

Sl.OO 

Seventeen stunts are demonstrated and the 
importance of coordination and timing is empha- 
sized. 

Injuries 
TEAM PHYSICIAN, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (28 min.). color, 

$1.00 

The message is aimed at physicians, coaches, 
athletes and parents. Includes five regulations 
which are concerned with preventing injuries as 
well as treating them when they occur. (KHSAA) 

Swimming 
BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-.j-s-c-a. 1 reel. $2.00 

Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques 
of swimming for beginners are demonstrated. 
Land and water drills involving kicking, breathing, 
floating, paddling and stroking and pulling with 
the arm practiced separately, then coordinated as 
the swimmer learns the American crawl. The back 
float, back stroke, and breast stroke are also 
illustrated and exolained. 

BREAST STROKE. SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a. $2.00 

This film presents the conventional breast 
srtoke. timing and strokes, and the kirk 
CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTING 

TECHNIQUE, e-j-s-c-a. 2 reels. (19 min.). col- 
or, $5.50 

Outlines briefly the program and training 
methods used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that 
may be used by anyone to train swimmers. The 



techniques illustrated, such as weight, training, 
circle training, pace clocks, bench and stroke work, 
and interval training, when properly applied in 
the appropriate circumstances, will all prove bene- 
ficial in perfecting swimming style. 
CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

The basic principles of the stroke are pre- 
sented in this film. The arm stroke, the kick, and 
the breathing are demonstrated. This film also 
includes slow motion shots underwater. 
DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 

After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
following points are explained and demonstrated: 
the hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, 
proper arm action, correct way of landing on the 
feet, proper takeoff and lift, correct entry into 
the water. The backward dive is also taught, in- 
cluding lift, arching the body, and entry into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to 
enable detailed study of form. 
DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera 
and carefully devised teaching demonstrations in- 
troduce the new swimming techniques known as 
the dolphin or fishtail kick. Analyzing the body 
movements used in the dolphin kick, the film 
stresses the importance of practice for mastery of 
this efficient speedv kick. 
I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.), 

color, $3.00 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and 
"don'ts" of water safety precautions. Points out 
the basic rules: wait at least two hours after eat- 
ing, stay out when water is too cold, never swim 
alone, and dive only when you know the water 
is deep enough. 
SWIM AND LIVE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $2.00 

Men of the Army Air Force at Miami are 
taught to swim from floating to swimming through 
burning oil. The film is useful for pre-induction 
instruction and for safety classes as well as for 
general programs. 

Tennis 
ADVANCED TENNIS, e-j-s-c-a. 1 reel, $2.00 

While working with a tennis pupil. Bill Tilden 
narrates and demonstrates, showing advanced 
techniques of tennis. 
BEGINNING TENNIS, e-j-s-c-a, I'i; reels (14 

min.). $2.50 

Shows how the tennis instructor teaches ten- 
nis to iDeginning and advanced students. Includes 
an analysis of the basic fundamentals of tennis — 
serving, forehand and backhand drive, forehand 
and backhand volley, and the smash. Shows actual 
play situations in which these fundamentals are 
emphasized, and also includes individual demon- 
stration and analysis. 

Track 
THE BROAD JUMP, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Controlled speed-timing and coordination — 
development of legs and torso — mobility of pelvis 
and hips, one, two, three style — footroll — single 
and triple air stride — soft versus hard take off — 
arm position. 
DISCUS, i-s-c-a. 1 reel. $2.00 

Principle of centrifugal force — muscle devel- 
opment for side arm throw — grips — finger roll — 
heel of thumb pressure — finger exercise — clock- 
wise spin — hip snap — reverse and non-reverse 
stvles. 
DISTANCE RACES, s-c-a. 1 reel. $2.00 

Races from 1,000 to 10,000 meters and steeple 
chase are demonstrated. Stvle of distance runner 
is contrasted with that of dash man. Difference in 
typical physiques are shown. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to analyze movements. 



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DIST.ANCES. j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Style — developing stamina — calisthenics — 
avoid shin splint — controlled tension — forward 
knee reflex — straight line running — automatic 
stride. 
THE HURDLES, j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 

Basic hurdling styles — rear hip and leg action- 
rhythmic running — hurdling, calisthenics, body 
balance — correct clearance — circular stepover ac- 
tion — adapting stvles of phvsiques. 
JUMPS AND POLE VAULT, s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Demonstrations from actual competition are 
shown for running high-jump; running broad 
jump: hop, step and jump; and pole valut. Slow 
motion photography is used for detailed study of 
form. 
MIDDLE DISTANCES, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Sprinting techniques-ball of foot running-Au- 
tomatic stride — pendulum and bicycle stride — ex- 
ercise — counterbalanced arm action — push drive — 
jockeving for position. 
POLE VAULT, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic vaulting principles — importance of ex- 
ercises — running action — grip — selecting the pole — 
take-off-Western and Eastern style — slotting — 
novice training. 
THE RELAYS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Passing — visual pass — blind pass — right and 
left exchange — merging of runners speed — baton 
grips — relay starts, under hand action — cup style — 
overhead sprint pass — fly scoop — practice and 
team work. 
THE SPRINTS, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 

Fundamentals of 100 yard and 200 yard dash — 
impact style and natural stretch stride — synchron- 
izing leg and arm action — conditioning exercises — 
starting techniques — slow motion of muscular uti- 
hzation and coordination. 
SHOT PUT. j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 

Fitting styles to physiques — tension control — 
one, two, three rhythm — exercises — finger and 
hand grip — finger and wrist snap — foot positions — 
progressive tension and effort — explosive hip snap. 
THIS IS TRACK AND FIELD, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
color, $1.00 

Uses the Olympic motto "Citius-Altius-For- 
tius," "Swifter-Higher-Stronger,'" to introduce a 
variety of track and field situations. Helps offi- 
cials, coaches, participants and fans to better un- 
derstand the basic rules of running, jumping, 
vaulting and throwing. 

Wrestling 
JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a. 1 reel (13 min.), $1.00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu 
Jitsu defenses against knife, gun. club and mug- 
ging attacks. 

WRESTLING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels 
nS min.). color. $1.00 

Devoted to rules interpretations and officiating 
procedures. A visual approach to the w-ritten rules 
is shown in sixty scenes. Guidelines for officiating 
such areas as takedowns, reversals, stalling, tech- 
nical violations and illegal holds are presented. 
fKHSAA) 

WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP 1969. PARTS I 
& II, j-s-c-a. 8 reels, color, silent. $2,00 
Shows the final matches in each of the twelve 
weight classes. North Hardin High School won 
the chamoionship. Ed Brandon, a member of the 
winning team, was the most outstanding wrestler. 
fKHSAA) 

WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, 
i-s-c-a, 2 reels, color. $1.00 

Interoretations given in Wrestling Officiating 
Ilhistrated have been made by the National Fed- 



eration members of the Joint Rules Committee. 
The film covers takedowns, reversals, escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as body slam, bar arm, full nelson and chick- 
en wing. Guidelines for officiating and interpreting 
the rules are provided. In all there are sixty sep- 
arate scenes of wrestling. This film will provide 
the much needed guidance and proper interpre- 
tations for interscholastic competition. 

OFF SFASON CONDITIONING 

( C'o7!t!tu(eri from page oiie) 

•The potent motivation of sports is utilized 
for self-discipline; 

•Satisfying experiences result from having 
attained a high level of fitness; 

•The training program is regarded as an edu- 
cational process for effective living; 

• Tlie adults associated with the program pro- 
vide an example with which the athletes can 
desirably identify. 

Athletes should be reminded that there is no 
substitute for athletics. Weight training is an ad- 
junct to be used in the off season as are jogging 
and other periodic workouts. Neither should the 
athlete be led to believe that he must taper off 
after the season. There is no physiological evi- 
dence to support this notion. He must be sold on 
the idea that there are benefits to being in 
shape — even during his "off season." 

Most of all the athlete must remember that 
if he intends to perform on the field he must be 
ready — just as someday his employer will expect 
good performance on the job. Good physical con- 
dition will help him to a better performance be- 
cause he will never be on an OFF SEASON. 

— National Federation and A.M.A. 



Officials' Ratings on 
Sportsmanship-Baseball 1970 

Tile following sportsmanship ratings were received 
on K.H.S A.A. member schools from registered baseball 
officials for the 1969 season. The numbers following each 
name represent respectively the number of Excellent, 
Good. Fair and Poor ratin.gs. Ratings of the coach, other 
school officials, crowd and team liave been combined in 
this report. 

Adair County. 130-l-.5-n; Adairyille. 64-27-8-2: Ahrens 
Trade. 40-12-4-0; Allen County. 27-14-3-0; Anderson Coun- 
ty. 17-29-0-0; Atherton, 68-21-0-3: Auburn, 122-34-7-1: 
Austin-Tracv. 72-7-1-0; Au'justa. 34-11-4-0: 

Ballard. 23-8-4-0; Ballard Memorial. 16-6-2-0; Bar- 
bourville. 35-17-1-2; Bpt-dstown. 72-14-0-0; Bath County, 
15-13-0-0; Beechwood. 24-4-0-0; Belfry. 18-0-0-0; Bell Coun- 
t\'. 6-28-0-0; Bclleyue. 40-11-3-0; Bowling Green. 86-62-2-0; 
Boyd County, 85-23-3-0; Royle County. 57-4-0-3; Breckin- 
ridge County. 90-9-0-0; Bremen. 25-4-0-2: Bryan Station, 
91-13-6-0; Benton. 65-3-0-0; Berea Community, 33-3-1-0: 
Betsy Layne. 17-15-1-0; Bishop Brossart. 48-20-3-1: Bishop 
Dayid. 54-47-6-0; Boone County. 57-24-4-0: Bourbon Countv, 
33-14-0-0: Burn=ide. 51-22-1-0; Bush, 129-12-3-0: Butler, 65- 
26-2-0; Butler County, 34-6-6-2: 

Caldwell County. 114-17-1-0; Calhoun, 4-0-0-0: Callo- 
way Countv. 73-4-1-0: Campbell County. 38-5-0-1; Camp- 
bellsville, 99-4-7-1; Caneyyille. 80-0-0-0; Carlisle County, 
68-4-1-0: Carr Creek. 6-6-0-0: Carroll County. 31-30-1-1: 
Casev County, 194-5-0-0; Catlettsburg. 64-29-1-2: Caverna, 
107-37-2-6: Central. 29-27-0-0; Central City. 51-4-1-0; Chand- 
ler's Chapel. 68-7-1-0; Christian County. 124-28-3-0: Clark 
County. 77-7-0-0; Clarkson. 19-4-1-0; Clay County. 139-15- 
0-2: Clinton County. 31-1-0-0: Combs Memorial. 4-8-0-0; 
Corbin. 33-36-0-0; Covineton Catholic. 71-20-0-0; Crab 
Orchard. 32-8-0-0; Crittenden County. 72-16-1-0: Cumber- 
land. 97-7-0-0: Cumberland County, 58-2-3-0: 

Danville. 64-22-0-0; Daviess County. 133-23-3-2: Daw- 
son Springs. 41-15-12-0: Dayton. 75-8-6-0; Deming. 61-21-0-1; 
DeSales. 59-23-4-1; Dixie Heights. 30-10-1-1: Dorton. 21-10- 
1-0: Doss 66-38-4-0; Drakesboro. 31-1-0-0; DuPont Manual. 
35-39-2-2; Durrett. 66-15-1-0; 

Earlington. 75-25-2-2: East Hardin, 77-3-0-0; Eastern. 
15-16-1-0: Edmonson County. 33-15-3-0; Elizabethtown. 202- 
7-2-0; Elkhorn City. 66-16-3-1: Eminence. 40-18-6-2: Estill 



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County. 6.3-4-0-0; Eubank, n-4-1-0; Evarts. 30-33-10-0: Ezel. 
13-15-9-1; 

Fail-dale. 64-24-3-0; Fanview. 67-20-1-0: Farmington, 
78-3-1-0: Fern Creek. 25-9-0-0; Flaget. 72-52-0-0; Fleming 
County. 33-14-3-1; Fleming Neon. 29-7-0-0; Ft Campbell 
21-5-2-0; Ft. Knox. 59-13-0-0; Frankfort. 78-5-0-0; Franklin 
County. 65-3-3-0; Franklin-Simpson. 96-13-1-0: Frederick 
Fraize. 68-0-0-0; Fredonia. 19-5-0-0; Fulton Countv. 57-3-0-0: 

Gamaliel. 85-1-0-0; Garrard Countv. 79-20-0-0; George- 
town, 54-17-0-0: Glasgow. 126-6-0-0: Graham. 20-0-0-0; Grant 
County. 72-2-0-0; Greensburg, 53-16-9-0; Greenville 65-10- 
1-0; Greenup. 90-33-0-0; 

Hancock County. 12-0-0-0; Harlan. 68-16-0-0: Harrison 
County. 88-21-0-1: Harrodsbiirg. 73-1-0-0; Hart County. 73- 
13-0-1; Hazard. 64-52-1-1; Hazel Green. 74-14-0-0; Heath. 
40-8-3-1; Henderson. 110-24-3-3; Henderson Countv. 58-37- 
0-0; Henry Clay. 95-5-0-0; Henrv Countv. 74-29-0-0; Hick- 
man County. 36-0-0-0: Highlands. 42-16-3-2; Hindman. 9-15- 
0-0: Hiseville. 68-6-2-0; Hitchins. 70-4-0-0; Holmes 56-18- 
10-0; Holv Cross. 43-11-1-2; Holy Family. 35-28-3-3- Holv 
Name, 60-14-1-0; Hopkinsville, 71-19-6-7; Hughes-Kirk, 
115-1-0-0; Hustonville, 72-15-1-0; 

Iroquois, 45-37-2-0; Irvine, 51-10-6-0; 

Jackson -County, 87-5-0-0; James A. Cawood, 40-14- 
3-0: Jeffersontown. 46-24-0-0; Jenkins. 22-0-0-0; Jessamine 
County. 58-25-4-0; Johns Creek, 27-2-1-6; Johnson Central, 
29-24-1-2; 

Kentucky Military Institute, 7-8-0-0: Knott Countv. 
8-8-0-0; 

Lafayette. 119-7-0-1; LaRue County. 147-2-2-0; Leath- 
crwood. 12-0-0-0; Lebanon. 54-13-3-8; Lee Countv. 32-0-0-0; 
Leitchfield. 89-12-5-0; Leslie County. 41-6-3-0: Letcher. 13- 
3-2-2; Lewishurg. 105-39-0-0; Lewis Countv. 20-13-0-0; Lex- 
ington Catholic. 87-8-1-0; Lilv. 98-35-6-0; Livermore. 23-0- 
1-0: Livingston Central. 88-11-4-1; Llovd. 45-9-0-0; London. 
163-12-2-0; Lone Jack. 13-43-1-0; Lone Oak. 40-6-1-0; Louisa. 
11-13-5-3: Louisville Countrv Day. 55-32-3-5: Louisville 
Male. 23-20-0-5; Lowes. 10-2-0-0; Ludlow. 49-10-0-0; Lynch. 
30-5-2-3; Lyon County. 65-13-6-0; 

McCrearv -Countv, 17-2-5-2; McDowell. 47-9-0-0; Mc- 
Kell. 58-8-0-0; McKinney. 48-8-0-0: 

Madison. 62-7-0-0; Madison Central, 159-4-2-4; Madi- 
sonville-North Hopkins, 161-69-1-3; Marion C. Moore, 9-15- 
3-1; Martin, 16-12-7-1; Mason County, 73-21-0-0; Mavfield, 
92-6-2-0; Mavsville, 39-11-3-1; M. C. Napier, 22-2-0-0; ivieade 
County, 99-5-0-0; Memorial, 41-9-2-0; Menifee -County, 21- 
51-4-0; Mercer County, 64-14-1-0; Metcalfe County, 152-2- 
2-4; Middlesboro. 29-66-10-11; Millard. 28-10-2-0; Millersburg 
Military Institute. 59-15-4-4; Model. 57-13-0-0: Montgomery 
County. 50-17-0-0; Monticello. 22-4-1-0: Morgan Countv. 46- 
0-2-0; Mt. Sterling. 19-5-1-0: Mt. Vernon. 44-5-3-0; Mt. 
Washington. 28-0-0-0; Muhlenberg Central. 36-0-0-0; Mul- 
lins. 26-5-1-4: Murray. 111-4-0-0; 

Nancy. 25-5-3-0; Nelson -County. 56-0-0-0- Newport 
28-17-3-0; Newport Catholic. 66-18-7-0; Nicholas County' 
47-13-4-0: North Hardin. 119-8-0-0: North Marshall 51-5-1-0- 

Ohio Countv. 77-7-0-0; Oldham Countv. 49-40-5-2: 
Ohve Hill. 55-5-0-0; Olmstead. 59-16-3-9; Oneida Institute 
72-2-2-0; Owen County. 37-17-3-0; Owensboro. 117-27-8-4; 
Owensboro Catholic. 90-19-5-0; Owslev County. 76-14-0-0; 

Paducah Tilghman. 102-49-2-0; Paintsvill'e. 55-16-5-3; 
Paris. 69-6-1-4; Park City, 137-25-9-3; Paul G Blazer 90- 
36-8-7; Pendleton. 46-0-0-0; Pikeville. 23-11-4-2; Pine Knot. 
70-4-0-0; Pleasure Ridge Park. 34-34-5-8; Powell Countv. 
87-13-8-1; Prestonsburg. 24-15-9-4: Prichard 92-5-2-1; Provi- 
dence. 46-10-9-2; Pulaski Countv, 11-4-0-0; 

Raceland, 44-18-2-0; Reidland. 14-7-3-0: Riverside 
Christian. 9-15-0-0: Rowan Coimtv. 105-19-0-0; Russell 174- 
27-5-0: Russell Countv. 113-12-0-0; Russellville. 82-31-9-2: 

Sacramento. 8-0-0-0; St Augustine. 60-21-13-1; St 
Charles, 121-18-2-2; St. Henrv, 27-16-0-1; St Marv 19-13- 
1-0: St. Thomas, 28-11-5-0: St. Xavier 106-62-0-0; Savre 
66-8-0-0; Scott Countv, 53-15-1-1: Scottsville. 33-3-2-2; Sene- 
ca, 64-20-2-0; Shawnee, 59-32-0-1; Shelby Countv, 18-7-1-2; 
.<5helbyville. 94-20-1-4; Shepherrisville. 36-4-0-0: Silver 
Grove. 42-12-0-0; Simon Kenton. 35-8-0-0; Somerset 91-20- 
1-0; South Honkins. 34-9-7-2: South Marshall. 57-3-0-0; 
Southern, 102-41-2-1: Stanford, 35-22-0-0: 

Tates Creek, 69-19-0-0: Taylor Countv. 80-16-0-4: Tav- 
lorsviUe. 14-6-0-0; Temole Hill. 124-14-1-1; Thomas Jeffer- 
son. 43-29-2-0; Todd Countv. 88-33-11-9: Tollesboro. 8-5- 
1-1; Tompkinsville. 23-1-0-0: Trigg Countv. 94-14-2-0; 
Trimble Countv. 25-13-2-0: Trinity iLouisville). 76-83-4-0: 
Trinity CWhitesvillel. 30-6-0-0; 

Union Countv. 80-19-0-0; Universit.v Breckinridge. 
87-12-0-1; Universitv. 19-23-4-2; 

Valley, 96-40-3-0; Virsie. 34-17-1-0; 

Waggener, 35-18-2-0: Walton Verona, 38-6-0-0; War- 
ren Central, 48-20-4-0; Warren East. .'0-12-13-11; Washing- 
ton Countv. 62-18-4-3: Wavl.-^nd. 26-3-3-0: Webster Conntv. 
67-28-1-0; West Hardin. 80-2-2-0; West Hopkins. 14-5-1-0; 
Western (Louisvillei 105-33-4-0; Westoort, 48-34-3-0; Wheel- 
wright 24-0-0-0: Whiteshurg. 20-4-0-0: Whitlev Countv. 
45-9-0-2; Williamstown. 19-0-0-0: Woodford Countv. 65-15- 
2-0; Wurtland. 47-24-8-1 



Supplementar-y List of 

Registered Football Officials 

(List Compiled October 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it 

is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 

two numbers are given, the first number is the home 

Dho.ne. 

Asbridge, Tonv, RED #3, Box 88A, -Corbin. 528-4401. 528- 

2150 
Baird. James H.. Route 2, Box 345A. Middlesboro. 248-1359, 

337-3093 
Best. Rav. 1410 Wurtele. Louisville. 637-8315 
Blackford. Robert L,. 208 Caldwell Drive. Elsmere. 341-3849. 

342-9133 
Braun. Thomas C. 189 Pleasant Rdg. Road. Alexandria, 

635-5800, 431-9803 
Brause, Allan R. (Dr ). 7 E. Lakeview Drive. Cincinnati. 

Ohio 
Carpenter. Jerrv. Bucklev Drive. Martin. Tennessee. 587- 

4495. 587-3121. Ext. 296 
Chasteen. Earl Jr.. 109 Taylor Drive. Cvnthiana. 234-4897. 

234-2040 
Cleavenger, Ed. Route 1. Box 308. Morganfield. 389-2684. 

389-2419. Ext. 495 
Clifford. Michael T.. 332 Hazen Street. Ludlow. 291-5761 
Detenber. Gene. 229 Tyne Road. Louisville. 895-7058. 

587-0936 
Dodd. Robert E.. Route 3. Trenton. Tennessee. 559-44C4, 

424-4110 
Dougherty, Mike, 2408 Florence Street, Hopkinsville, 886- 

7574. 886-8144 
Ebert. Daniel W.. 509 St. Joseph Lane. Apt. 81. Park Hills, 

291-4690. 371-7200. Ext. 257 
Emmons. Guv W. III. 6006 Shadow Run Road. Louisville. 

964-7784. 636-1341 
Evans. Willis S,. Jr.. 3600 Montclair Avenue, Louisville, 

239-8585, 582-5532 
Ferrell, Ronnie, Box 2500, Williamson. W Va.. 237-1344. 

235-2323. Ext. 40 
Gardner. Kenneth C,. 4300 Vermont Avenue. Louisville. 

772-3261. 584-7136 

Gastineau. Jobie A, III. 2113 St. Teresa. Lexington. 266-6123 
Gover. Luid J,. Box 249B. Science Hill. 423-2274. 679-1188 
Hall. Samuel E., 1931 E. 2Ist Street. Owensboro. 684-4153. 

684-8811 
Hall. William W.. 115 Dickerson Street. Prestonsburg. 

886-3415. 789-8211 
Hammons. George F.. Box 23. Barbourville. 546-4589. 

252-6570 
Harrison. Mark. Route 7. Box 279. Hopkinsville. 269-2216 
Hewitt. R. T. (Buddvi. Collece Station. Murray 
Hines Richard G., Route 2. Box 10. Bardstown. 348-9488. 

348-9231 

Hite. Phillip. 205 Madison Avenue. Bardstown. 348-6267 
Hurt. Thomas C 122 Hamilton Avenue. Lancaster. 792- 

3067. 792-2312 
Hyre. Michael P. Jr.. 8581 Shuman Lane. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

522-5688. 241-7593 
Johnson, Bernard M,. 322 Blueberry Lane. Lexington 
Johnson. L. H.. 703 Hope Street. Hopkinsville. 886-4067. 

439-3931 
Jones. Janies M . 1216 Tallow Lane. Louisville. 361-3273. 

459-1751 
Jordan, Charles M.. Box 151. Pikeville. 437-6683. 437-7281 
Klusman. 'Carl J.. Jr.. 3108 Gambriel Court. Louisville. 459- 

0581. 634-1531. Ext. 392 
King. Harry Dee. 137 Cooper. Martin. Tennessee, 587-3371, 

244-2151 
Kouns, Robert, Box .582. South Shore. 932-4540. 932-3.323 
Ledford. Msg. Thos. B.. 7850 A Estrada Avenue. Ft. Knox. 

43484. 47611 
Lindon. Bob. 2208 Jasmine. Lexington. 278-2439. 564-3070 
Locev. Dennis Rav. P.O. Box 528. Walnut Street. Flatwoods. 

836-3927. 836-5201 
McCowan. Connell. Route 1. Box 251. Corbin. 528-4939 
Mabrv. Marvin. Madison Estates. Richmond. 623-6565. 

623-1276 
Malonev. William L.. 13 Fifth Avenue. Highland Heights. 

441-1408. 261-1575 
Mavnard. Jim, Apt. 47. Victoria Court. Williamson, W. Va. 
Moser. Tom. 208 Powell Street. Stanford. 365-2596. 236-8077 

iDanvillel 
Nichols. Mike. Haves Street. R.F.D. 1, Clarksville. Tenn., 

648-2494. 439-4627 
Norton. Tim J.. 831 Minoma Avenue. Louisville 
Patz, Richard A.. 11 E. Lakeshore Drive. Apt. 7. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 821-0756. 562-8702 
Powell. Calvin Clay. 159 Wabash Drive, Lexington. 278- 

7507. 252-3434 
Powell. Logan G.. 209 Lakeshore Drive. Lexington. 269-2828 



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Robbins. Bob. 3800 Seeber Drive, Knoxville. Tennessee. 

922-2927, 3G4-2023 (Dresden) 
Rouse, Donald J.. Jr., Box 714, Williamson. W. Va., 235- 

1711, 235-9934 
Rudolph, Fred Jr.. 5600 Jeanine Drive. Louisville 
Salver, Henrv E., 4817 Bluebird Avenue, Louisville. 969- 

6371, 634-1531, Ext. 60 
Seavers, Joe, 2517 Ann Street, Ludlow, 341-0213, 291-8925 
Sharp, Jerry, Comb Avenue, Middlesboro, 248-3916. 

248-2930 
Sharp. Mike. 121 South 21st Street. Middlesboro. 248-3916, 

248-2600 
Showalter. John, 116 Militarv, Georgetown 
St.iten. Michael J.. 4303 Wvola Court. Louisville. 458-7454 
Tate. Kenneth L.. Jr.. 3344 Hunter Road. Lexington, 277- 

6274, 254-4017 
Turlev, Rov M.. Jr.. Route 1. Baugh Street. Berea. 986-4878 
Vertrees. Walter M.. 3412 Jewell Avenue. Louisville, 776- 

3994 
Werner. John M., 2001 Collier Road. Henderson 
Whelan. Michael A.. 29 Grant. Ft. Thomas. 331-3868 
Wilson. John Pope, 812 E. Main Street, Louisville, 585-4591, 

585-5911, Ext. 442 
Yanitv, J. B , Jr., 42 Utah Place. Athens. Ohio 
Zaranka. Bennv J.. 165 St. Win, Drive, Lexington, 266-6435, 

255-6666 



Schools" Ratings On Baseball Officials 

The following ratings were received on baseball of- 
ficials registered with the K.H.S.A.A, during 1969-70, The 
nun^bers foUowring each name represent respectively the 
numbers of Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor ratings given 
to the official. 

Adams, William M.. 0-2-0-0; Akemon, Rudy, 0-1-0-0; 
Akin. Steve. 9-3-0-0; Akrids^e. Damon. 4-0-0-0; Allen. 
Richard. 0-1-0-0: Allie. Bert E., 0-2-0-0; Amburgey. Manuel, 
14-3-1-0; Anderson, Kenneth, 0-1-0-0; Anderson, Luther .S.. 
13-1-0-0: Anderson. William A.. 0-3-2-1; Asher. Ralph. 
5-6-0-0; Ashley. Kenneth. 0-2-0-0; Atchinson. James. 9- 
0-0-0: Atwell. Darrvl. 2-1-0-0; Avers. Edward L.. 2-0-0-0: 

Baker. Paul W.. 0-2-0-0; Ballenger. L. E.. I-O-O-O; 
Barker, Phillip M., 1-1-0-0; Barnes, Karl A., 0-0-1-2: 
Bartels, John T.. 0-4-0-0: Belcher. William O., 2-0-0-0: 
Bennett. James L.. 7-0-0-0; Bertsch, Ronald L., 4-1-0-0; 
Biter, Charles D., 0-2-1-0; Blair, Kenneth. 0-3-0-0; Blevins. 
Boone. Jr.. 3-5-2-0; Booker, James M., 9-1-0-0; Boucher. 
Larry Gene. 2-5-0-0; Bouse. Robert M.. 2-6-2-1; Branham. 
Mason. 0-3-0-0: Branstetter. Elwood. 0-8-3-0: Brantley, 
Kenneth L.. 12-2-0-0; Brock. Lavone (Redi, 1-1-1-2; Brown, 
Billy C, 0-1-0-0; Brown. John (Scoopl. 2-3-0-0; Browne. 
Jerome F.. 3-2-0-0: Bunch. Charles Douglas. 1-3-2-0: Burke, 
Foster. 4-0-0-0; Burkhart. Clark. 1-0-0-0; Burton. Billv J.. 
11-2-0-0: Bushkar. John, 3-1-0-0; Butcher, Douglas. 1-0-0-1; 
Butner. Billy M.. 2-6-0-0: 

Calhs. Herbert D.. 18-0-0-0: Calvert. Eston C. 1-0-0-0; 
•Chambers. Harold Eugene, 30-14-0-1: Charles. James B.. 
1-0-0-0: Chasteen, Earl. 1-0-0-0: Chinn, Clyde, 2-0-0-0; 
Chumblev, Ron, 0-1-0-0; Clardy, Barry D., 0-0-0-1: Clark. 
Barry. 0-4-1-0; Clavpool. Thomas W.. 2-14-1-0: demons. 
Glen C. 0-2-0-0; Cline. Roy E.. 4-13-0-0: Cochran. Ray 
Delano. 1-2-0-0; Cochran, T. J., 0-0-1-1: Collie, Glenn T., 
1-1-1-0; Colvin, Doree A., 1-2-1-1: Cook. Raymond L.. 2- 
4-0-0; Cooper, Warren, 7-2-0-0: Cooper, Willie V., 2-1-0-0; 
Cornwell. James, 3-4-0-0; Cottrell. David. 5-1-0-0: Ci-ager, 
Bobby F.. 4-4-0-0; Crowe. Michael D.. 8-1-2-0: Crowe. Wil- 
liam Michael. 0-1-0-0; Cunningham. Bobby R.. 0-2-0-0; 
Curnutte. Ivan M.. 0-2-1-0: 

Daniels. Robert A.. 11-3-0-0; Darst, L^rrv. "-3-0-0; 
Daugherty. Roger Franklin. 16-2-1-0; Daughertv. Thorn- 
ton E. 1-1-0-0: Davenport. James E.. 4-2-1-0; Day's. P.unnv. 
2-2-0-1: Davis. Harold T.. 2-2-1-0: Dav. William S., 5-0-0-0; 
Dean. Jerrv W.. 3-1-0-0; Denton. William D. 10-7-0-0; 
Dirkison. Ruddie L.. 7-12-0-0; Dill. J. Ro'e-. 0-0-0-1; Dni- 
•jird. Duane. 2-7-0-0; Dotson. Pa'H. 1-0-0-0: Driver. Bnh. 
1-n-O-O: Diierson. William R.. 3-12-0-0; Duncan. James T. 
5-19-0-0: Dunn. Cheslev. 2-7-1-0; Durbin. Roy V., 0-1-2-0; 
Dwyer. James E.. 0-3-0-0; 

Elliott. Carroll L.. 16-4-0-0; Elmore. Jimmy A.. 0-1-0-0; 
Emery. George A.. O-I-O-O: Engle. William Cvrus, 4-2-1-0; 
Evitts". Harold E., 2-4-0-0; Evl, EdHie. 3-3-0-0: 

Farrell. George A.. 1-5-0-1: Felix. Guv W.. 0-5-1-0; 
Fennell. Robert E., 1-4-0-0; Fenton, Don J . 0-0-1-0; Fields, 
Ronald M,. 9-1-0-0: Fish, Leland G,. 4-0-0-0: Flvnn. Joseph 
L., 2-6-0-0: Ford, Eddie L., 7-1-0-0; Foust. R?v. 1-4-0-0; Fox, 
Kenneth E., 0-5-1-1: Francis. William Lewis, 6-7-0-0; 
Frankel. Louis S., 5-5-0-0; Freeman, Joe T . 0-1-0-0; 

Gaines. Curtis. 19-8-0-0: Gamble. Gerald E.. 0-1-0-0; 
Gardner. Gary. 1-13-0-0; Garrett. Dovle, 1-0-0-0; Oqskin, 
Donald Wayne. 0-1-0-0: Gibbons, Mike, 1-1-0-0; Gibson, 
James D.. 0-1-0-0: Glass. Frank. 0-1-0-0; Goetz. Herbert. 
7-10-0-0; Goodman. Bennie Rav. 7-3-0-1: Green. Donald 
P.. 5-1-1-0: Green. Leo F.. 1-0-0-0: Greer Ravmonrl Wayne. 
4-3-0-0: Grimes, Herman L.. 0-10-1-0; Gupton. Lawrence. 
0-8-0-0; 

Hale. Richard F.. 5-3-0-0: Hall. Jack R.. 1-0-0-0: Hand- 
ley. Sam. 0-4-0-0; Hardin. Don G.. 16-2-0-0; Hardin, William 



E., 0-5-0-0; Harjo, Austin A., 0-1-0-0; Harris, David L., 
0-3-0-0; Harris. Larry L.. 2-2-0-0; Harrison. Mark, 0-3-2-2; 
Harris, Terry Lee, 4-5-0-0; Heaberlin, Bill, 1-3-0-0; Hender- 
son, Charles. 1-8-1-0; Henderson. George. 0-3-0-0; Hendrix. 
Jack. 8-1-0-0: Herbert. Jesse L.. 0-4-0-0; Hicks. Shirley 
Gene. 0-2-0-0; Hildahrand. Gerald Wayne. 4-9-0-0; Hill, 
Archie B.. 1-0-1-0; Hilton. Billy. 0-0-1-0; Hina. Henrv B.. 
2-2-1-1; Hinklcy. Dale, 6-2-0-0; Holbrook, Earl, 1-8-0-0; 
Hord, Ronnie. 2-1-0-0; Hord. Tracy. 0-4-2-0; Horton, John 
L.. 2-11-0-0; Hubbs. Cletus (Sonnvi. 0-0-1-0; Hudson. Miles 
F.. 0-3-0-0; Hullett. William R.. 0-6-0-1; Hurst. Terry. 
0-1-1-0; Hurt. Thomas C. 7-8-0-0; 

Ingraham. Gary J.. 1-1-0-0; 

Jamerson. Wilbur R.. 0-3-0-0; Jenkins. Ronald. 2-5-2-0; 
Johnson. Leroy, 10-12-0-0; Joiner, Bruce, 0-6-0-0; Johnson, 
Willis Clayton, 1-4-1-0; Jones. Dexter Keith. 1-2-0-0; Jones, 
James Ervin, 0-2-0-0; Jones, James Michael, 0-2-1-0; Jones, 
Frank, 3-2-0-0; Jones, Joe S.. 5-2-0-0; Jones. Thomas V., 
11-2-0-1: Joseph. Hershell. 0-3-0-0; Joseph. Jerry. 0-2-0-0; 
Judy. Wayne. 0-1-0-0; 

Kasev. Mike. 16-6-0-1; Kasperski, Harry W.. 1-1-0-0; 
Kaufman. Alvin R.. 1-15-0-0; Kavs. Allie. 2-1-0-0; Kearns, 
Meredith Wayne. 1-0-0-0; Keeling, Reuben. 0-2-0-0; Kelley. 
Richard H.. 1-0-0-0; Kimmel. Jerrv. 13-1-0-0. Kinch. Marvin 
N.. 0-1-0-0: King. James A.. 13-3-0-0: Kinney. Paul C, 
19-5-0-0; Kovacs, Paul M.. 0-1-0-0; Kuhl. Lawrence. 7-1-0-0; 

Lamb. Paul. 2-5-0-0; Lambert. Irvin G.. 9-9-0-0; Lan- 
ders. John F.. 0-3-1-0; LaRue. William D.. Jr.. 0-8-0-0; 
Latham, Gene E.. 0-2-0-0: Ledden. David. 0-1-0-1; Lee. 
Bill. 2-1-0-0; Leigh. Eugene F.. 2-0-0-0; Lile. Clyde F., 
107-2-0: Lindsev. Eugene M.. 1-1-0-0; Link. Jesse W., 
4-0-0-0; Littlepage. Prvce. 15-3-1-0; Logan. Michael. 0-10-0- 
0; Logsdon, Charles. 2-0-0-0; Louden. James. 0-1-1-0; 

McBride. W Kenneth. 1-5-0-0; McClelland, John Mi- 
chael 1-2-0-0; McCord. Floyd D.. 3-9-1-0; McDowell. 
Charles V.. 5-0-0-0; McGintv. L. V.. 0-1-0-0; McKinney. 
Tony, 5-1-0-0; McQueary. Ralph. 2-1-0-0: 

Manasco. Norman, 1-0-0-1; Maness, Charlie I., 8-3-0-0; 
Markham, Stan P.. 21-2-0-0; Marlette, Ronald L., 0-2-0-0; 
Martin, Roger K., 11-1-0-0; Mason, Edwin M.. 6-3-0-0; 
Mason, George, 0-2-6-1; Mattingly, Charles (Pete). 9-5-0-0; 
Metcalf. Ken. 3-5-0-0; Meyers. John F.. 2-23-0-0; Middleton. 
John. 0-1-0-0; Milby, W. C. 0-9-0-0; Mills, J. F.. 2-0-0-0; 
Mitchell Edward D.. 1-0-0-0; Mooneyhan. James H.. 1-1-1- 
0- Morgan. Richard. 21-2-0-0: Morgeson. James R.. 0-2-0-1; 
Morris, Dean. 2-4-0-0: Morris. John T.. 1-1-0-0; Morse, 
Richard K., 10-2-0-0; Mudd, James W,. 0-2-0-0; Mulligan, 
T T 0-1-0-0; Murphy. David Gary. 0-2-0-0; 

Neal. Alan. 0-6-1-0; Newman. Joe D.. l-ll-O-I; Nor- 
wood, Thomas Richard. 6-8-0-0; Nucci, Donald D., 0-1-0-0; 

Omar. Harold G.. 1-7-3-0: Osborne. Homer. 3-4-0-0; 
Owens, Roy; 1-0-0-0; 

Pack, James R., 2-2-0-0: Padgett, R. K., 0-1-0-1; Pardue, 
Eugene. 12-0-0-0: Pardue. Israel L.. 2-5-1-0; Parkey, Cecil 
Edward. 1-0-0-0; Patton, Edward, 5-4-0-0; Payne. Bob. 
0-3-0-0: Penner. Merritt D.. Jr.. 2-0-0-0; Perkins. William 
E 1-lS-O-O; Peters. W. A.. 8-0-0-0; Pierson. Oscar. 0-1-0-0; 
Pilcher. Dennis. 7-0-0-0; Prather. Lee R.. 4-7-3-0; Prather. 
Vernon. Jr.. 0-0-1-0: Price, James E., 2-0-0-0; Primm, James 
T., 4-1-0-0; Purcell. Jim, 4-0-0-0; 

Raines, J. W.. 0-0-0-1; Ramey. Gary. 2-7-0-0; Ramev, 
Herbert D., 1-2-0-0; Ray, Carroll. 4-0-0-0: Reece, Donald 
Allen. 8-5-0-0; Reif, Harry F., 7-1-0-0: Reitz, Mike, 2-1-0-0; 
Rhodes. Joseph D. (Don), 5-0-0-0; Richards. Ed. 1-5-0-1; 
Riley. James Douglas. 0-6-1-1; Ring, Bill. 1-0-0-0; Rison. 
Johiiny B.. 3-1-0-0; Roberts. Harrv, 0-'?-0-0; Robertson. 
Julian'. 5-1-0-0: Rock, W. A., 2-7-0-0; Rogers, Eldridga, 
17-14-1-0: Roller. Otis. 1-3-0-0: Romanello. Daniel J., 2-1- 
0-0; Runvon. Tommy Dean. 4-0-0-0; 

S.'ilver, Henrv Edsel. 0-3-1-0; Sammons, John I., B-1- 
0-0; Sandusky, Jerry, 18-3-0-0: Saviors. Carlee. 4-8-0-0; 
Schultz, Harold, 3-1-0-0; Scott, Travis Paul. 0-2-0-0; Sellier, 
Ed. 3-1-0-0: Sharp, Jerrv Wavne. 0-1-0-0; Sharp, Ronnie. 
3-0-8-0; Shaw. Earl. 4-5-0-0; Shemwell. Bobbv W., 1-5-0-1; 
Sheperson. Cecil, 1-6-1-0; Singleton. Jim. 0-7-0-1; Sink- 
horn. Richard, 8-7-0-0; Small"-nod, Talmadge. 0-0-0-1; 
Smith. Bennv. 3-5-0-1; Smith. Wavne N., 2-2-0-0: Smith, 
Willard N., 11-3-0-0; Smoot. Dick. 3-0-0-0: Stanlev. O. A.. 
9-0-0-0; Staten. Gordon Lee. 4-5-0-0: Statham. Richard. 
.'5-0-2-0; Stethen. James E., 2-0-0-0: .Stevenson. Michael G.. 
7-3-0-0: Stone. Joe. 2-7-0-1: Stout. Louis 2-1-1-0; Strain. 
Richard P.. 5-1-0-0: Straus. William W.. 4-3-0-0: Strickland. 
Herbert. 0-7-0-0: Stuart. Terrance Rav. 13-15-0-0; StuII. 
Beniamin C. 5-1-0-0: Sturgeon. Julius, fi-0-0-0; Suhr, c, 
George. 0-1-0-0: Sullivan, Don Ch'-is .3-0-0-0: Sullivan, 
Howard P., 0-1-0-0; Sumner. Ca'-l. 0-7-1-0: Sumner, Clay- 
ton. 0-13-0-0: Swinford. James W.. 0-1-1-0: 

Taylor, Carl D,, 2-0-0-0; Taylor, Dan C Jr., 3-2-0-0; 
Taylor, John O.. 4-9-1-0: Thomas. Joseah F.. O-'-O-O; 
Thomason, Wm.. 0-5-0-0; Thorton. Rrvne C, l-fl-O-O; Trim- 
hie. James Darrell, 7-1-0-0; Trusse'l, Terry, 4-1-1-0; Tyre, 
Donald. 4-1-0-0; 

TlDton, Leon, 1-8-0-0; Urla?e, Richard 4-3-0-0: 

Varble. Wm.. 1-5-0-0; Varner. R = v r. •'-■'-O-O; Vincent, 
Jesse -C, 2-7-1-0: Vincent, Johnnv J,. 7-1-0-0; 

Waller. Bobbie E.. 0-4-0-0: Washer. Jamie Don, 7-3-0-0: 
Wavne. Bill. T.. 0-0-1-0; Weathe-'for'^ Charl'e. 4-4-0-0; 
Weber. Nicholas J.. 0-12-0-0: Wells. Bobby W.. 2-2-1-0; 



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Wells. Wa\Tie, 10-2-0-0; White. Roger C. 0-0-1-0; White. 
Thomas R.. 0-2-0-0; White. John Stanley. 0-2-1-0: Wilbert. 
Louis. 0-0-4-0; Williams, Bobby Gene. 13-3-0-1; Williams, 
S. Jack. 5-1-0-0; Williamson. Jr.. 4-1-0-0; Wills, Larry. 
3-1-0-0; Wilson, Philip M.. 0-2-1-1; Winfrey. Shelbv, 12-1- 
0-0; Wingfield, Felix G.. 9-5-0-0; Wiseman. Melyin. 4-1-0-0; 
Withers. Hobert. Jr.. 0-2-0-0; Wood. Thomas Dayid. 6-7- 
2-0; Wren. Bethel. 0-8-0-1; Wright, John Dayid, 4-5-0-2; 
WvUe. Wayne T.. 1-1-0-0; 
Zirnheld. Leonard. 3-6-0-0; 

Registered Basketball Officials 
of the K.H.S.A.A. — 1970-1971 

(List Compiled October 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, if 
is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If tvfo numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Absliire. Ronnie Eugene. Phyllis. 835-4473 

Acton. Claude J.. Rt. 3. Somerset. 379-4535, 379-4530 

Adams, James C. Route 4. Box 372. Nicholasville 885-3471. 

858-3625 
Adams. Ray Jr.. Route 3. Box 106. Manchester. 598-3516 

(Bus.) 
Addmgton. David G.. Route 5. Owensboro. 683-3987 
Akemon. Rudv. Hazard. 436-5013. 436-2141 
Aker. Dayid D.. 1520 Arcade Avenue. Louisville. 366-0438. 

363-2166 
Alexander. Howard. Route 2. Crittenden. 823-8251, 824-4325 
Alexander, Rex E., 1320 Wells Blvd.. Murray. 753-3579, 

762-6285 
Allen. Doug. Box 22 G. Route 1. Jackson. 666-7478 
Allen, James D., Martin. 285-3988, 437-6291 
Allen James F.. Box 1040, Harlan, 573-1595. 573-4510 
Allen. Nelson Robert. 113 Gesling Road. Kenwood. Russell. 

836-5352. 836-8915 
Allen. Yvon. Route 2. Box 442. Hazard. 436-3290, 436-4721 
Allgood, Russell L.. Route 3. Elizabethtown. 765-4921, 769- 

2311 
Anders, Raleigh, 113 Balsinger, London, 864-4060 
Anderson. Douglas Lvnn, 104 Monroe Street, Columbia, 

384-3176 (Bus.) 
Anderson, George. 102 Third Street. Manchester. 598-2719. 

598-2778 
Anderson. Tom. 203 Mimosa Avenue, Somerset, 679-2161. 

678-8111. Ext. 246 
Archibald. Larry T.. Bracken Street, Augusta. 756-2501 
Arflin, Tracy T.. Route 1, Box 93, Princeton, 635-2107 
Ash, Robert Cecil. 8315 Aspen Avenue, Pleasure Ridge 

Park, 935-6069 
Asher, Tony J.. 703 Scherm Road, Owensboro. 683-6323, 

683-1548 
Atwell. Darrvl R.. Route 1. Box 17. Hardwille, 528-2364. 

528-2271 
Avres. Terry E., 514 East 8th Street. Manchester. Ohio. 

549-4545 
Back, Philip D., 98 S. Rosemont, Box 72, Providence. 667- 

5649. 667-2411 
Bailey. Frank, 2132 Alexandria Drive, Lexington, 277-9247, 

277-3579 
Bailey, Gaar J., 6205 Van Court, Fern Creek, 239-3759, 

637-4731 
Bain, Stanley Thomas, 1102 Nancvlee Drive, Louisville, 

366-0248, 778-7,393 
Baker, Junior, Route 2. Springfield, 284-5544 
Baker, Roger D.. Box 232 College Station, Williamsburg 

549-2629. 549-2799 
Baldwin, Ron. Box 30, Keene Hall, E.K.U., Richmond 

622-5210 
Ball, John C, P.O. Box 394, Flatwoods, 836-6154, 324-1111, 

Ext. 5695 
Bandy. David Carroll. Route 2, Bo.x 221. Elizabethtown. 

765-6538. 448-1899 
Bankemper. Thomas. 317 E. 7th Street. Newport. 581-5047 
Banks. Buddy, 1304 Prospect Avenue, Worthington. 836- 

5163, 836-9419 
Barker, Phillip Michael. Box 269. Olive Hill, 286-4402 
Barker, Walter D., P.O. Box 1411, Friendship. Ohio. 858- 

5421 
Barnes, Jim C, Box 932. Warsaw. 567-7091 I Bus. I 
Barnette. Jerrv. Route 1, Box 445, PikeviUe. 432-2328 
Bartley. Robert J.. 1007 Hazelwood Drive. Jeffersonville, 

945-0735. 283-4515 
Barton. Leon. P.O. Box 497. Barbourville. 546-6368, 546-3661 
Basham, James, 312 W. Houston. Cloverport, 788-3903, 

788-3903 
Bashford, Bill. 1654 Maywick Drive. Lexing-ton. 277-6720. 

255-3612. Ext. 43 
Bates. Bob. 1120 Meadow Lane. Portsmouth. Ohio. 354-2168. 

353-1013 
Beam, Joseph F.. N. 2nd Street. Bardstown, 348-3585 
Beauchamp. Patsv J., 2719 Rachel Place. Owensboro. 

685-4804 



Beck. Robert E.. 7530 Merlyn Circle. Louisville. 368-1965 
Beglev, Jack. 1502 Florence Street. Middletown, Ohio 423- 

4279, 425-3681 
Bell. Clarence T.. 3812 Meadow Haven Road, Louisville, 

239-0782. 582-5573 
Bell, Robert J.. 3407 Sutherland Drive. Lexington. 272-1291, 

269-3326 
Bennett, Gene, Van Dyke Avenue, Wlieelersburg, Ohio, 

574-2941, 456-4191 
Bennett, James L., Route 1, Box 75, Elkhorn Citv, 754-5165, 

639-4402 
Benzinger, Josepli Jr., 3502 Behymer Road. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 752-3932, 553-3195 
Bergman. Harry W. Jr.. Box 591. South Shore. 932-4298. 

3.53-5859 
Bertsch. Ronald L.. 65 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue, 581-5790. 

731-2012 
Beshears. Jim, Nortonville. 676-3653 
Biddle. Robert Lane. 126 East 5th Street. Maysville. 564- 

4674. 564-3856 
Birchfield, Daniel R.. Rice Station, 723-4874. 233-2000. Ext. 

3685 
Biter. Charles D.. 6602 Moorhaven Drive. Louisville. 239- 

3580, 452-4676 
Black, Willis L., 407 10th Street. Corbin. 528-3393. 528-9035 
Blair. Kenneth. Hindman. 785-5844 
Bleidt. John J.. 7018 Calver Lane. Louisville. 968-2037 
Blevins. Donald Wavne, 1954 Natchez Trail, Lexington, 

277-6824, 233-5000, Ext. 5492 
Blev, Richard V.. 3139 Pershing Court. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

481-3612 
Bocook. Earl. 1102 Beech Street, Kenova, W, Va., 453-1810, 

453-3661 
Bollinger, Billy J.. Route 7. Owensboro. 764-1019 
Bond. Howard I, III, Hvden Trailer Park, Prestonsburg. 

886-3456. 886-2338 
Bowers, Donald B. 335 MacBrae Road. Louisville, 366-4296, 

361-2631 
Bowling, Averv. 715 East Main. Hazard, 436-4933, 436-4933 
Bowling, Donald E., 503 Scott Avenue. Pikeville. 437-7243 
Bowling Roy. Box 17, Fields Lane. London. 864-5006. 864- 

6240 
Bovd, John D., 609 High Street, Coal Grove, Ohio. 532-6503. 

532-8143 
Bovd. Marcus F.. 218 Surfwood Drive. Florence, 283-1695 

684-1205 
Bradford, Mike. Ivy Hill, Harlan, 573-5487, 573-5027 
Bramble, James L., 153 Manitoba Lane. Lexington. 272-4826. 

278-9355 
Brammer. Wardlow L.. 36 Bryant Circle. Maysville. 564- 

6133. 564-5565 
Branham. Gary Astor. Box 223. Wayland, 358-4092 
Branham, Larry. Austin, 646-2281 
Branstetter, Charles E., 115 Kathleen Avenue, Horse Cave, 

786-2032. 524-.5211 
Brant. Bernard. 2309 Fairview. Madisonville, 821-8638 

821-7156 
Brashear. Loy Ray. Route 1. Glendale. 854-2921. 765-2181 
Brasliears. Malcolm W.. 211 Knollwood Place. Frankfort 

227-7932, 227-9023 
Brauch, Charles J., 117 Westview Drive. Bardstown. 348- 

3218, 348-3991 
Breeden, Charles W.. Box 296, Mt. Washington, 338-4897, 

564-3750 
Brennenstulil. Jim, P.O. Box 104, Scottsburg, Indiana. 

752-4668 
Brewer. James Kenneth, P.O. Box 123. Campton. 668-6556. 

668-6556 
Brewer, Jerr\-, Bonnvman, 436-6200. 436-3155 
Broaddus. William D, Route 1, Box 37E, Bardstown. 348- 

9006. 833-4374 
Brock. Alben. Kettle Island. 337-3848, 337-2058 
Brock. John D.. Route 1. Box 221 B. Pineville. 337-3368 
Brock. Johnnie G.. Stonev Fork. 337-3513, 337-6262 
Brockman, Gerald K.. 1015 Sir Lancelot Lane. Louisville. 

425-6133. JU2-3511, Ext. 302 
Broniagen, Michael Dale, Route 2. Owingsville. 674-2270. 

498-5936 
Browder. Homer Lee. 405 Fair Street. Henderson. 826-2123. 

827-5671. Ext. 44 
Brown. Billy C. 405 Norwood Drive. Apt. 12. Richmond. 

623-7529 
Brown. E. C. Liberty 787-7275. 787-7191 
Brown, Lj-man D., 2557 Clav, Paducah, 443-6296 (Bus.) 
Browning. Earl. 3512 Foxglove Lane. Louisville. 425-2937. 

425-2541 
Browning. John T., 1138 Mitchell. Catlettsburg, 739-6416, 

928-9144 
Buis. Nathaniel. Liberty, 787-6714, 787-6941 
Bunn. Harold 2523 1/2 Collis Avenue. Huntington. W. Va.. 

523-0644. 429-5511 
Burch. Billy Wayne, 2421 Adams, Ashland. 324-8397. 325- 

4706 
Burchett, DwiPht. Box 406. Paintsville. 297-3158. 789-3866 
Burd. Bob. 403 Westwood Drive. Middletown. 245-4848. 

245-4848 
Burgess. Jackv W.. 108 Cole Court. Barbourville. 546-6647 
Burke. Harry R.. Prestonsburg, 886-2796. 886-2385 



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Burkett. James F., 2013 Goldsmith Lane :p:25, Louisville, 

452-0849 459-2331 
Burkhart, j'ames''G.. Box 169. Loyall, 573-1437, 664-3444 
Busli. Karmen B.. 9904 Grassland Avenue. Jeffersontown, 

267-5352. 267-7486 
Butcher. Douglas. Box 14. Meallv. 789-5553. 789-5301 
Butclier. Granville "Bo". Williamsport. 789-3619, 437-4930 
Butclier Stephen Douglas, Box 439, Pikeville College. Pike- 

viUe, 437-4586 
Butler, Bob, 157 Whittier. Owensboro, 684-7016 
Butler, Jack K.. 2604 4th Avenue. Huntington, W. Va., 

523-0603, 522-0311. Ext. 321 
Butner. Billv M,. Box 616. Lancaster. 792-3503, 925-2711 
Caldwell, James A.. 162 Clover Ridge. Ft. Thomas, 441-1626, 

397-2785 
Calitri. Don. Box 481 Union College. Barbourville, 546-3775, 

546-4151. Ext. 133 
Callahan. Thomas J.. 4346 Ridgeview, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

471-0768. 721-4787 
Campbell. Bill. 7413 Paiute Road. Louisville, 366-9296, 366- 

9561, Ext. 388 
Campbell. Eddie, R. R. =1, Box 141. Hazard, 436-6792 
Campbell. Joe E.. 104 Whispering Hills Blvd.. Bowling 

Green. 842-3851. 842-4481 
Campbell. William. Jr.. Route 2, Manchester. 598-3472 
Canadav, Glenn, 201 Lincoln Street, Vine Grove, 877-5387, 

877-5537 
Canadv, Rav Blair. 620 N. Main. Barbourville. 546-4765. 

546-3801 
Carlberg. John H.. Box 234. Muldraugh. 942-2723. 942-2730 
Carlberg. Ralph. 1501 Elm Street. West Point. 922-4456 
Carman. Morris Lee. Hardinsburg. 756-2831 
Carnes. Travis J.. 7002 Sunnv Vale Way, Valley Station. 

937-3925. 459-8023 
Carr. Billv W.. 411 Longview. Franklin. 586-6355. 586-3261 
Carr. Lawrence W.. 323 Shelby Street, Bromley, 261-2994, 

243-3151 
Carson. Mike. Churchill Park Apts. =335, Louisville. 

459-2144 
Carter. Jack T.. Bulan. 436-6148 
Cash. Charles C. 616 Hemlock. Calvert Citv. 395-4709. 395- 

4165. Ext. 217 
Cassitv. Gordon. Route 2. Box 136K. Catlettsburg, 739- 

6200. 324-1111. Ext, 8462 
Gates. Billv Chester. 130 Jacobs Drive. Princeton. 365-9487. 

424-7741. Ext. 582 (Evans.) 
Cavil, Leonard J.. 510 E. Maple. Nicholasville, 885-4182 

(Bus.) 
Cawood. Tommy L.. Ivv Hill. Harlan. 573-2396. 573-3711 
Cecil. Donnie. Route 1. Hinevville, 877-5877. 624-7317 
Certain, Garland. Route 2. Sturgis. 333-2828. 333-4008 
Chattm. Ernest P-. 615 17th Street. Ashland. 324-2665. 

325-8586. Ext. 231 
Chesnut. Lowell. R. R. 2. Box 141. London. 864-4453. 843-6531 
Childers. Phillip. Garner. 785-5652. 785-5133 
Cisco. Robert N.. 4288 Oakland. Ft. Knox. 624-7856. 624-5330 
Clardy. Barrv D.. Rt. 2. Box 188C. Greenville 338-3510. 

338-3036 
Clark. David Lee. 2825 Lexington Road. Louisville. 778-1476 
Clark. Bob. 303 Southern Drive. Clarksville, Tennessee. 

647-2196 
Clark. Tom. Lebanon, 692-2034 
Clater, James F.. 606 Broadway. Elizabethown. 769-1617. 

895-2431 
Clavpool. Thomas. Route 2. Owensboro. 684-8719, 684-5285 
Cleavenger. Ed. Route =1. Box 8. Morganfield. 389-2684. 

389-2419. Ext. 495 
Clemmons. Sam P.. 635 Central. Lexington. 255-7566. 

252-0391 
Clevinger. Terry Wayne. Route 1. Box 180. Elkhorn Citv, 

754-8378 
Cochran. Harold. 317 Hood Avenue. Lebanon, 692-4783 
Cochran, Rav Delano, Win. 297-3135. 265-3110 
Cochran. Rov H.. Jr.. P. O. Box 335. Owenton, 484-5281, 

484-3948 
Coker. Allen. 442 Keen Hall, Bowling Green. 745-2365. 

745-3348 
Coleman. James E.. Phelps. 456-3591 
Cox. Colin. Hazard. 436-5963. 436-3711 
CoUev. Lvnn W.. 411 E. 23rd Street. Hopkinsville. 885-9538. 

886-4463 
Collins. Glen D.. P. O. Box 55. Wayland 
Collins. Hubert. Wittensville. 297-3152. 789-4215 
Collins. Robert W. (Bob), 1727 Keeneland Drive, Murray, 

753-3735, 762-6.341 
Collins, Ronald K.. 2590 Old Buttermilk. Villa Hills. 341- 

0578. 431-9964 
Collinsworth. Kenneth. Campton. 668-6877 
Collopy. Frank H., Prestonsburg Comm. College, Prestons- 

burg. 886-2513. 886-3863 
Colvin. Jack E., 3605 N. Evans Avenue. Evansville. Indiana, 

423-1696. 425-2314 
Combs. Henry B.. St. Rt. =5. Quicksand. 666-7103. 295-2341 
Combs. Keith A.. 4519 Covert Avenue. Evansville. Indiana. 

477-2869. 476-3051 
Combs. Sherman, Box 582. Pikeville College. Pikeville. 

8.35-4.579 
Conn, Delano, Printer, 285-3916 



Cook. Jack. 152 South Edgemont. Huntington. W. Va., 

525-3075. 696-6460 
Cooksev, Harold D.. Box 7489. Goodfellow AFB, Texas. 

368-4385, Ext. 569 
Cooksey. Marvin. 5905 Orville. Louisville. 969-3585. 452-3346 
Coomer. George M.. 3474 Boston Road. Lexington, 277-8629. 

252-2312 (Gardenside Ext.) 
Cooper. John F.. Augusta. 756-3171. 756-3001 
Cooper, W. G.. Jr.. 988 Level. Charlestown. Indiana. 256- 

2257. 452-4150 (Louisville) 
Copley. Sidney M., Box 13, Red Jacket, W. Va. 
Corlis. John H., Box 114, Brooksville, 735-2230, 622-3982 

(College) 
Cornette, Benjamin N., Rt. 1. Box 646. Pikeville. 437-6394 
Cornwell. James. 50G South Main. Franklin. 586-4327, 

586-4451 
Cosby. Carel A.. 558 Magie Avenue, Hamilton. Ohio, 

895-7289. 423-4491 
Cotton. Carl W.. 515 Central Avenue. Wurtland, 836-6803, 

325-8154 
Couch, James D., Box 114. Hyden. 374-3262, 672-2505 
Cox, Ken, 208 Lakeshore, Apt. 16. Lexington. 266-2313, 

269-2813 
Cox, Rufus A.. 624 N, Kentucky Avenue. Madisonville. 821- 

2692. 821-4850 
Coy. Charlie S.. Boston 
Crager, Bobby F.. 100 Clark Street. Flatwoods. 836-6069, 

836-5623 
Cravens. Robert L.. 3642 Taylor Blvd., Louisville, 366-8925, 

583-1721 
Crawford. W. Gordon. 2609 Kings Highway. Louisville. 

451-5906. 778-5531 
Creekmore, Milford Burl. Pine Knot. 354-2846. 354-2846 
Crouse. James W.. Box 276. Dixon. 639-5145. 667-2411 
Crowe. William Michael. Box 34, Stanton 
Cullum. Harold D.. 3943 Rhodes Avenue. New Boston. 

Ohio. 456-5229. 456-4559 
•Culp. Ronald D.. 317 Walnut. Bellevue, 261-7834. 243-6663 
Cummins. Ronald A.. 116 16th Street. Newport. 291-5081 
Cundiff Curt. Dry Creek Road. Clearfield. 784-4516 
Cunningham. BolDby R.. Pikeville. 437-4748. 437-6236 
■Cunningham. Jack D.. Ma,jestic. 456-7608 
Curtis. Douglas E.. 475 Florence Avenue, Fairborn, Ohio, 

879-1604 
Dalton, John P., Box 254. Morgantown. 526-4633 
Dame. L. J.. Rt, =2. Utica. 729-4136 
Daniel. Roger T,. Inez Road. Box 15. Paintsville, 789-3372, 

886-2311 (Prestonsburg) 
Daniels, Robert A,. Box 2. Van Lear. 789-3931. 789-4932 
Davenport. James E,. 9810 Dawson Hill Road, Jefferson- 
town. 239-5667. 452-3947 
Davis. A. J,. 405-56-8201. D Brty, 5 BN, 1st Arty. APO. 

N. Y. 
Davis. Harold T,. Box 191. Beaver Dam. 274-4159. 232-4213 
Davis. Ralph C. 1326 S. 7th Street. Ironton. Ohio. 532-8606. 

532-8143 
Dawson. Jerry Thomas. Rt. =4. Cynthiana. 234-5316. 234-4393 
Day Bill E.. 304 Esperanza. Frankfort. 227-7534. 564-4411 
Day. Jack L,. 605 Morehead Street. Central City. 754-4700. 

754-2272 
Day. Perry Curt. 10 Cameron Street. Paris. 987-6411. 

987-2550 
Dean. Jerry W.. McKee. 287-7301. 287-7161 
Decker. Dennis L.. 930 N. Ft. Thomas. Ft, Thomas. 441- 

7434. 441-8393 
Delanev. Wm. Thomas. 2335 Alexandria Pike. Southgate. 

781-2184 
Denton. William D, 14 Clove Court. Henderson. 827-3409 
Derrickson. Richard. 621 Cardinal Lane. Lexington. 278- 

6350. 252-2312. Ext. 2535 
DeSensi. William. 1704 Lafayette. Apt. 4. Louisville. 447- 

6582. 774-6407 
Delph. Joe B.. Box 957. Lynch. 848-2065 
Denhsm. Alan R.. 634 Laurel Street. Ludlow. 291-5958. 

261-9383 
Dennedv. Bob, 5083 Orange Lawn Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

922-8352. 771-8470 
Dennev. Roscoe. .50 High. Walton. 485-4563 
DeVarv. Bill. 3237 Raven Circle. Lexington. 277-7237. 233- 

2000, Ext. 7080 
Devine. William Gene. 7104 Bearcreek Drive. Apt. B-2, 

Louisville. 895-9234. 582-3571. Ext. 407 
Diachenko. Nick. 205 Blue Grass. Apt. 40B. Newport. 441- 

3873 (Bus.) 
Dickison. Ruridie L,. R. R, it5. Olive Hill. 286-2194 
Dierolf. Wil'iam H. Jr.. Forest Dr.. Applcwood Manor, 

Dallas. Pa.. 675-5633. 675-2123. Ext. 27 
Dillihav. Ralpli E,. Box 87. Central City. 754-4576. 476-8231 
Disken. Jim. 2930 Vine Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. 281-0136. 

281-9264 
Dixon. Ronald R,. R. R, =2. Box 380A. Ashland. 928-9691, 

324-9363 
Donahue. Owen B,. 1807 Pleasant Hills Dr.. Loveland. Ohio. 

683-2283. 821-3811 
Donald. Edward W,, 5636A Folger St.. Fort Knox. 624-3867, 

624-1330 
Dnppler. Ron. 3402 Aneconda Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

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Dorsev. James A., 4062 Vinedale, Cincinnati, Ohio, 471-8050 
Dotson, John B., Ill Beech St., Vincennes, Indiana, 882- 

8095, 725-3855 
Downs, Joseph W.. 829 Bartlev, Bardstown. 348-5123, 348- 

3991 
Dralie, Richard R., 72 Donnelly Drive. Ft. Thomas, 441-4235 
Driskell, Earl, Jr.. 3311 Moultbn Lane, Louisville, 459-7638, 

583-1641 
Driver, Bob. Fairview Court, Scottsville. 237-4005, 622-4119 
Dubrock, Donald M., 207 Kinnaird Lane. Louisville, 245-8500 
Duerson, William R., Route 2. Paint Lick. 925-2357, 925-2711 
Duff, Earl, 109 Kentucky Blvd.. Hazard, 436-2604, 436-2604 
Dunn, Cheslev. Jr.. Route 4. Hopkinsville. 886-4394. 254-6083 
Durbin. Rov. 2911 Dale Ann Drive. Louisville, 452-1730, 

587-1121. Ext. 486 
Duvall. Thomas Jav, Sr.. 4924 Cedar Brook Court. Louis- 
ville. 964-1536, 964-1536 
Fades, James M.. South CarroUton. 754-2689 
Fades. Norman W.. 820 Summerville Drive. Lexington. 

233-1383. 255-5661. Ext. 259 
Earv. Edward B.. Jr.. Pearl Avenue. Campbellsville. 465- 

3332. 465-3911 
Easterling. William R.. Box 174. Rockhouse 
Edgington. Fred, 312 9th Street, Manchester, Ohio, 549-5062 
Edwards. Ernest S., Jr.. 823 S. 39th Street. Louisville, 

774-5496. 584-0201 
Edwards. Richard A.. 12 E. North Street, Madisonville, 

821-9034. 821-9086 
Elam, James D., 2069 Alexandria. Lexington. 277-4912. 

254-8282 
Elam. Jerrv Wallace. Route 2. Monticello. 348-7454. 348- 

3166 
Eldndge. Wavne R.. P. O. Box 144. Science Hill, 423-3495, 

678-8162 
Elliott, Carlos N.. 2409 Vinedale Avenue. Louisville. 459- 

3587. 582-2621 
Elliott. Carroll L.. 307 College. Elizabethtown, 765-4007, 

765-6118 
Elliott. Douglas ■€.. 106 Derringer. Springfield. 336-7970. 

336-7771 
Ellis. Johnnv. Prestonsburg. 886-6756. 886-3080 
Emery. George. 234 Clay. New Albany. Indiana. 944-5257. 

283-1281 
England. Stanley W.. Lot :rl8 Johnson Acres. Bowling 

Green. 781-1217. 781-1217 
Engle. Orville I... 128 Oak Street. Pineville. 337-2916 
Estes. Walter R., 2548 Citation. Owensboro. 683-1808. 684- 

9813 
Everitt. Tliomas F., 1803 Carolyn Drive. Lexington. 266-0552 
Eversole. R. J.. R. R. -1. Box 294. Hazard. 436-6033. 436-2141 
Paris, Leon W,, III. 432 Hollow Creek Rd.. Lexington. 

299-8836. 233-2000. Ext. 3685 
Farley. Jimmy. W. Jefferson. Berea. 986-3929 
Farmer. Billie L.. Route 2. Boaz. 658-8592 
Earns. Joseph T.. 702 Braddock Drive. Louisville. 895-9091. 

968-3361 
Featherstone. Jerry. P. O Box 414. Mavfield 247-7448 

247-3553 
Feher. Al. Box 746. Lynch. 848-2457. 848-5431 
Ferguson. John R.. D-101 Cooperstown. U of Kv Lex- 
ington. 254-7297 
Ferguson. Roy F.. Route =3. Barbourville. 546-3105 (Bus.i 
Ferguson. Thomas Lvle. 231 Barton Drive. Barboursville 

W. Va., 736-7094. 529-1311 
Ferris. Mead B,. Jr.. 5705 Apache Road. Louisville. 896-4848 
Fields. Rufus. Jr.. 104 McFadden Lane. London. 864-4051. 

864-2207 
Fille. Michael B.. Box 205. Flemingsburg. 845-3189 
Finlev. Albert R.. 114 Millbrooke Drive. Hopkinsville. 

886-4108. 885-8335 
Firestine. Frank V.. 224 Cardinal Road. Russell. 836-5120. 

836-8822 
Fisher. Larry Joe. Berea Blvd.. Poplar Highlands. Race- 
land. 836-6848, 325-8511. Ext 556 
Fitzgerald. Oscar L., Box 321, Burnside. 561-4881. 678-5821 
Fletcher. Curtis. Chattaroy, W. Va.. 235-4144. 235-3430 
Flowers. Randal B.. 4111 Burrel Drive. Louisville. 447- 

3922. 582-2441 
Floyd. Louis R.. Route 1. Bagdad. 747-8751. 747-8751 
Flynn. Reynolds. 1414 Sleepy Hollow Road. Covington. 

581-9837 
Ford. Ronald K., 208B Main Street. Falmouth, 654-3755, 

654-3355 
Foster. Berryman E . 927 Waverlv Drive. Lexington. 255- 

7374 
Foster. Bob. Science Hill. 423-3313. 678-8161 
Fralev. Joe. 1704 East Main. Greenup. 473-7075 
Francis. James. Box 75. Wheelwright, 452-2395. 452-2364 
Frankel. Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville. 454-6519. 

454-6519 
Frazer. D. J.. 420 E. Virginia Street. EvansviUe. Ind.. 425- 

6979. 425-2411 
Frazer, Tom Roe. Route 1. Sturgis. 333-4412. 333-4672 
Fredericks. Rex. Rt. 6. Box 120. London. 864-2765. 864-6240 
Freeman. Rov Leon. 2455 N. Kv. Avenue. EvansviUe. In- 
diana. 42.3-1248. 424-7741 
Freppon. Thomas E.. 37 Towanda. Highland Heights. 781- 
0583. 421-1800. Ext. 676 



Fugate, Don Viper. 476-8058. 436-3837 

Fugate. Robert Jr.. Thompson Street. Jackson. 666-5225 

Fultz. Andrew. Box 536. Olive Hill. 286-2303. 286-2481 

Gabbard. Jack. R. R. 1. Hazard. 436-6125. 436-6125 

Gaddie. Gary Thomas. Route 1. Sonora. 854-2763. 369-5241 

Games. Curtis. 1514 Young, Henderson 

Gaither. Gene. Box 103. Beaver Dam, 274-3885, 274-4905 

Gamblin, Jesse H.. 205 Dake Street. Earlmqton, 383-5391, 

338-9028 
Gardner. Gary M.. Route 3. Magnolia. 528-2947. 528-2947 
Gardner. Howard. 829 McCullum. Elizabethtown. 765-6273 
Gash. James Edwin. Rt. 1. Harrodsburg. 734-9730 
Gaskin. Donald W,. Box 146. Rt. 5. Russell Springs. 866- 

2175. 343-2711 
Gentry. Dale J.. 4945 Determine Lane. Louisville, 447-5981. 

585-5814 
Gettler. John F.. 705 Providence Road, Lexington. 254- 

4017. 266-4801 
Gibbons. Mike. 2733 Carolvn. Ashland, 324-2056 
Gibbs. Ken. Box 512. UK Medical Center. Lexington, 272- 

4718. 233-5000. Ext. 5791 
Gibson. Carl, Mousie. 946-2381 
Gibson. Eddie. Box 96. Pippa Passes. 785-5559 
Gibson. Fred W.. 695 Lightfoot Lane. Madisonville. 821- 

2635. 821-7156 
Gilbert. Cebert. Jr.. Box 33. Stanton, 663-2298. 432-3848 
Gilbert. Gerald L.. 426 Allen Drive. Vine Grove. 877-5094, 

624-7719 
Gillespie. Fred. 638 Hickorv Street. Calvert City, 395-4776 
Gillispie. John. R. R. =1. Wilmore. 858-3815 
Giordano. Al. Holly Lane. Princeton. 365-5680. 365-5615 
Glass. K. L,. 108 Adkins Street. Clarksville. Tenn., 648-2056 
Goatlev. Greg. 1531 Roselawn Drive. Bowling Green. 842- 

3892. 843-4325 
Goheen. Larry M.. 819 Franz Court. Ashland. 324-8203, 

324-8203 
Goins. Edgar S.. Dir's Apt.. Keen Hall. WKU. Bowling 

Green. 745-2198. 745-5152 
Goldev. William H.. 866 Lamont. Henderson. 827-3622. 

827-2561 
Golev. Jim. 85 Allison Drive. Florence. 371-6312. 431-8335 
Good'man. Bobby. East View. 862-3160 
Goodman. Jack. 514 Springdale. Brandenburg, 422-2072, 

422-3363 
Goodman, Richard. P. O. Box 404, Pikeville. 432-3295. 437- 

9225 
Gordon. Levi J.. 108 Eminence Terrace, Eminence. 845-5805 
Gott. George Eddie, Box 164. Matewan. W. Va. 
Gour. Bob. 218 S. Lee. Bowling Green. 843-9582. 842-9431 
Grace. Charles K.. Cypress Street. Pineville. 337-3331. 

337-2348 
Grant. Larry. 7613 Mackie Lane. Louisville. 366-9027. 267- 

8311. Ext. 313 
Graves. Kenneth J.. Mt. Olivet. 724-2441. 724-2861 
Gray. Kenneth E.. 1836 Tvler Pkv.. Louisville. 458-2411. 

458-3221 
Green. Donald P.. 832 Brand Street. Mavfield. 247-6038. 

247-6038 
Greene. Therman R., Route 5. Box 653G. Anniston. Ala- 
bama, 237-3222 
Greer, James T., Route =1, Almo, 753-1236 
Greer. Phil G . 151 Todds Road. Apt. 217. Lexington. 269- 

2057. 272-1611 
Griffith. Millard. 143 North Street. Southgate. 441-5746 
Grigsby. Pete. Jr.. E. McDowell. 377-2356. 377-6202 
Guptoii. Lawrence. 10a Hillview. Greensburg. 932-5001. 

932-5001 
Haas. Tom. 10 Rosa Place. Cold Spring. 441-9570. 635-2195 
Hackett. Wilbur L.. 1472 Olive Street. Louisville. 772-0493. 

452-4109 
Haddix. John F.. P. O. Box 368. Campton. 668-8631, 668-8631 
Haaan. Joe E.. 3000 Sherbrooke Road. Louisville. 458-1352 
Hall, Donnie Ray. Viper 
Hall. Mallam. Route 3. Canevville 
Hall. Mike A.. Booneville Road. Beattvville. 464-8000. 464- 

8000 
Hall. William W.. 115 Dickerson Street, Prestonsburg. 886- 

3415. 789-8211 
Ham. Ronald. 3008 Broadway. EvansviUe. Indiana. 422- 

3371. 424-2434 
Hamilton. Mike D.. Forrest Heights. South Shore. 932- 

4673. 932-3757 
Hamm. Gerald. 1616 Oliver Avenue. Bowling Green, 842- 

5396, 342-5.396 
Hamm. Harold D.. Rt =6. Frankfort. 227-9800 
Hammons. George F.. Box 23. Barbourville. 546-4589 252- 

6570 
Hancock. Norb. 2412 Tavener Drive. Louisville 425-0005 

425-0005 
Hardin. Jack, 1105 B Street. Ceredo. W. Va., 453-3220 529- 

3121 
Hargis. Noel. Box 91A. Science Hill. 423-3456. 678-5201 
Hario. Austin A,. 108 Airport Road, Clarksville. Tenn , 

431-3781 
Harper. Randall H.. 11806 Bearing Woods Drive. Vallev 

Station, 937-5319. 772-3601, Ext. 2641 
Harper. Robie Beechmont. 476-8084. 476-8411 
Harris. Billy. P O. Box 97. Cleaton. 754-4410. 754-1630 



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Harris. Richard Hugh. Rt. =4. Nancy, 871-3221 

Harris. Wayne. R. R. =2. Box 69. Somerset. 679-2184 

Harrison. Danny. Box 182. Vanceburg. 796-2462 

Harrison. John L.. Webster Ext.. Cvnthlana. 234-3333. 234- 

5151 
Harrison, Mark. Rt. #7. Box 279. Hopkinsville. 269-2216 
Harrod. C. David. 561 Iroquois Trail. Georgetown, 863- 

4827, 863-8492 
Hartman. Robert E., 3647 Concerto Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

563-6645. 891-7133 
Harvey. Andrew T.. 357 Greenwell. Cincinnati. Ohio, 251- 

5013. 541-5400. Ext. 269 
Hatfield. Dennis G.. 4553 Virginia Avenue, Covington, 

291-8542. 292-2222 
Hausl'eld. Walter, 3080 Crestmoor Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

922-5154. 521-0800 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Rt. #1, Ekron, 828-3631. 828-2125 
Harden. John O., 1624 Stafford Avenue, Louisville. 367- 

8662. 634-1531 
Havden. Samuel J., Fancy Farm, 623-8414. 623-8102 
Hayes. James V., 8207 Westray Lane, Louisville, 969-1920. 

452-.3927 
Hayes. Larry. Mousie. 785-5731 
Hazelwood. Howard P.. 1211 Devonport Drive. Lexington, 

252-5112. 254-8031 
Heatherly. Warren Eugene. Cumberland College. Williams- 
burg. 549-0397 
Hedge. Robert, 176 Morningside, Charlestown. Indiana, 

256-2387 
Heldman. John Jr., 140 Seneca Trail, Louisville. 363-2181, 

636-4463 
Henderson, Donald 

885-5659 
Hendrick. Kenneth 
Hensley. Larrv O., 

Ext. 6102 
Henson, Tony C. Route 6. Mayfield. 
Hess. 'Creighton L.. Route 2. Sonora. 
Hess. Herman. 4204 Summit Drive. 

361-2661 

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306 Mercer Street, Elizabethtown 



3030 Chippewa Drive, Hopkinsville, 

O., Route 7, Bowling Green, 843-3428 
Box 572, Lexington. 277-5229. 299-1221. 



658-3126. 443-6582 
369-2802. 369-2101 
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Hewitt, R. T 
Hicks. Dane. 

862-3924 
Hicks. Floyd 
Hicks. Gene, 

279-5100 
Hicks. Llovd, 62.53 

5103. 671-3000 



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Box 285 Jericho Road. LaGrange. 279-6441, 

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Highbaugh. Ottis, Box 135. Bonnieville, 531-1875. 531-1200 
Hill. Earl Foyster, 2353 Shandon Drive. Lexington, 299-5769. 

255-3301 
Hill, James P.. 2812 Epworth. Owensboro. 685-2888. 684-0448 
Hill, William D., Jr., 1548 Longfield. Louisville. 366-8932, 

582-5495 
Hills, Marshall L., Box 433. Morning View. 356-9687 
Hilton, Billy, 323 Maplewood Ave.. Springfield, 336-7594 
Hilton. Dudley R.. 516 Walnut, Springfield, 336-7667, 336- 

3922 
Hina, Charles W., R.R. 1. Box 202, Sturgis, 333-4409, 333- 

5522 
Hina. Roy D.. R.R. #1. Sturgis, 333-2770, 333-4008 
Hines, Bob, 621 Hemlock, Calvert City, 395-7240. 395-4181 
Hinton. Henry E.. 1210 Witawanga. Louisville. 425-7627 
Hlsle. Charlie R., 21 Locust Drive, Winchester. 744-5754, 

299-1221 Ext 3233 
Hitt, Billy 'd..' Rt. 2. MavsviUe. 759-7707, 564-9156 
Hixson, Howard. Rt. 1. Kings Mt.. 379-5611 
Hoffmeier. Paul C. 3468 Tangent Drive, Cheviot, Ohio, 

481-5573, 553-3128 
Hofstetter, Joe. Box 1815, Williamson, W. Va.. 235-1433, 

235-1400 
Hollau, Raymond William, Box 352, Beattvville 
Hollar. Lannv W.. 102 Thorne Hts.. Eminence, 845-4831. 

845-7851 
Hollowav. Samuel J., Box 202. Ferguson. 678-8633 
Holmes. Robert E.. 500 E. Locust, Princeton, 365-5129, 

365-5505 
Holmes. Roe D., 2105 Main St.. WW, Ashland 
Holt, Larry K., Box 329 Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green. 781-4009, 842-1674 
Holt, Terrell W.. 645 Radcliffe Road. Lexington. 299-5812, 

258-9000 

9715 Shady Acres. Jeffersontown. 267-6643 
Jr.. 801 Minerva Place, Murray, 753-2387, 



Elizabethtown, 769- 
465-7771 



Holton, Ray. 
Hook. B. B.. 

753-6255 
Hook. Don. Cunningham. 642-5631 
Hopper. Marion W., 406 Penn. Ave., 

1598. 942-3510 
Hord, Ronnie, Box 74, Campbellsville, 465-5871, 
Hord, Tracy, Route it3. Lebanon. 692-3612 
Horn, Bascom Jr.. 3482 Lansdowne. Apt. J-90. Lexington, 

255-3517 252-7060 
Horn. Everett Jr.. Box 466. Inez. 298-3423, 298-3217 
Hornsby, Colin. 784 Federal Way. Russell. 836-9137. 324-1111, 

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Material. 

BASEBALL 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1956, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, color. $1.00 

The All-Star Game of 1956 was played in Grif- 
fith Stadium at Washington. Stars of the American 
and National Leagues are pictured in action during 
the pre-game activities. Highlights of the game are 
shown as the National League wins by a score of 
7-3. 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1958, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, color, SLOG 

Twenty-five all-stars from the American 
League defeat an equal number of National League 
greats by a score of 4-3 at Baltimore. Close-ups of 
the baseball stars of today and interesting plays of 
the game are shown in the film. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National 
League conquered the American League by 6-5. A 
crowd of over 47,000 saw Willie Mays hit the first 
pitch of the game for a home run. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 
iv, reels, color, $1.00 

The greats of the National League battle the 
stars of the American League in the new 26 mil- 
lion dollar Busch Stadium at St. Louis. The Na- 
tional League won the game in the tenth inning as 
Ned McCarver scored on a single by Maury Wills. 
Close-ups of the stars are shown as they warm up 
for each game. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 

3 reels, color, $1.00 

The National and American League All-Star 
Game was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, 
home of the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie 
Allen homered in the first inning and Frank Rob- 
inson of Baltimore tied the score in the second. In 
the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati 
broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA) 
BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
color, $1.00. 

This film shows the annual meeting at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y. when new names are added to the 
Hall of Fame list. Numerous stars of the past re- 
turn to the shrine each year at this time and are 
shown as their feats on the diamond are related. 
The history of Cooperstown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 
BATTER UP, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels (22 Min), color, 
$1.00 

Produced by National and American Leagues 
of Baseball, Shows the proper techniques of bat- 
ting as demonstrated by hitting stars of the majors, 
Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Ernie 
Banks, Willie Mays and others. 
BATTING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

Basic skills which must be mastered before/ 
one becomes an accomplished hitter. But selection, 
stance, grip, stride, swing and follow-through are 
clearly demonstrated in this film by professional 
players. 

THE BATTING STARS OF BASEBALL, s-c-a. 3 
reels, $1.00 

Who are the big names among batters and 
what makes them good? Watch the featured hitters 



as shown in this film, learn the secrets of their 
styles and forms, and try it yourself. For clubs as 
well as classes. 

CATCHING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
The basic skills in catching baseball are pre- 
sented in this film. How to catch a high rapid ball, 
a batted ball, a thrown ball, and a ground ball are 
.'^hown. Stance motion and close-up photography 
are used to enable the viewer to follow each step 
or movement in each of the basic skills. 
CATCHING STARS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $1.00 

This is a film designed to assist in the coaching 
of catchers but it is also interesting and entertain- 
ing. Correct methods and techniques of receiving, 
throwing, signaling and fielding are illustrated by 
Bill Dickey, Sherman Lollar, Yogi Berra and Roy 
Campanella. 

DEMOCRACY OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
SI. 00 

The purpose of this film is for further develop- 
ment of young baseball players in our modern 
democracy and illustrates this through sports and 
sports competition. This film includes a brief 
history of baseball along with a cavalcade of past 
and present stars. 

DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 
2 reels. $1.00 

This film presents an analysis of the double- 
play in baseball. Different players from several 
major leagues are shown in action. Fielding, tag- 
ging, and throwing are illustrated and explained. 
FIFTY YEARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
$1.00 

Facts of the immortal stars of baseball are re- 
called in this fifty years of memories. Shows some 
famous oldtimers as their exploits are narrated and 
great moments of action in the lives of the more 
recent baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 

HITTING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 

Slow motion and close-up photography are 
used to follow accurately and graphically the 
basic fundamentals of hitting in baseball. Coordi- 
nation of feet, legs, hips, shoulders, arms, and 
head is explained. How to select a bat, how to 
hold it, and correct batting position are shown. 

INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
Sl.OO 

The fundamentals and finer points of infield 
play at first third bases are illustrated by big 
league players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging 
runners, etc.. pictured often in slow motion. 
Sponsored by A. G, Spalding Co., the American 
and National Leagues. 

INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, 
batting, fielding, and base-running, are demonstra- 
ted. Note: This film was placed with the library 
through the courtesy of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

KNOW YOUR BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, color, 
$1.00 

Modern photographic techniques, such as: stop 
action, split screen, and instant replay are com- 
bined with colorful play situations to provide a 
truly outstanding presentation of the rules of base- 
hall. (KHSAA) 

OCTOBER MADNESS— THE WORLD SERIES, 
e-j-s-c-a, 21/4 reels, $1.00 

Shows many of the unforgettable feats per- 
formed by players as they happened in World 
Series past. Dramatic plays that made everlasting 
heroes are highlighted along with the anguish felt 
by the victims. (KHSAA) 

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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIII— No. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1970 



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Limitations of Awards 

N. F. Secretary Clifford B. Faoan 



AWARDS HAVE BEEN AND, PROBABLY, 
ALWAYS WILL be an integral part of athletics. 
An award acknowledges achievement in a special 
area of endeavor and although this practice has 
been expanded into many other areas, there is 
little doubt that it had its beginning in the field of 
athletics. The first athletic award was probably 
the presentation of a laurel or olive wreath by the 
ancient Greeks. Since that time it has been a uni- 
versal practice to recognize athletic performance 
with some kind of an award. Now the school letter 
has replaced the olive wreath. Nevertheless the 
letter and wreath represent almost identical quali- 
ties, namely, participation in an organized pro- 
gram of achievement which has been accomplished 
through effort and sacrifice. 

ONE WHO RECEIVES AN AWARD IS BE- 
ING RECOGNIZED as superior in some area of 
the competition. That athletics are well ahead of 
other areas of education when it comes to recog- 
nizing the gifted, has long been demonstrated. The 
symbolic aspect of recognition can be satisfied 
completely with a charm, a picture, a plaque, a 
ribbon or a trophy. No constructive educational 
purpose is realized if the participation is based 
upon the desire to win a valuable award. This is 
professionalism and this attitude causes all the 
benefits which are attached to a program of ama- 
teur athletics to be lost. 

EARLY IN THE HISTORY OF INTERSCHO- 
LASTICS. sports awards became somewhat stand- 
ardized depending on the type of competition. 
Track and field was the principal activity in the 
athletic program of most schools. In some com- 
munities, merchants supplied funds for medals and 
ribbons to be presented to those who prevailed in 
the inter-community competition. The host com- 
munity's name was prominently displayed on the 
medals and ribbons, thereby bringing favorable 
attention to the donor. During the early years of 
intercollegiate competition the pi actice of giving 
athletes a blanket, a lettered jersey or mono- 
grammed sweater as evidence of participation "on 
the varsity" became the practice. This custom was 
later adopted by the high schools. The lettered 
blanket or monogrammed sweater gave the ath- 
letes a certain recognition in the community 
which, in retrospect, had many desirable attributes. 

IT IS APPROPRIATE TO TAKE REASON- 
ABLE COGNIZANCE of participation in an in- 
ter-school athletic program particularly when the 
participant has honorably represented his school. 
However, at one stage of athletic history, valuable 
awards were given to the high school athlete to 
partly compensate him for "the sacrifices he had 
to make in representing his school." In other cir- 
cumstances, recognition of athletic accomplishment 
turned into a kind of adulation by fellow students 
and the interested public. When an individual or 
team was not successful, according to the criteria 



for winning, the practice of the loyal supporters, 
both in and out of school, was to praise them, not 
for their success but, for their dedication to the 
program of athletics, and for their loyalty and 
devotion to the school. In these situations it be- 
came customary, in certain communities, to furnish 
awards as a reminder or "compensation to" the 
athlete for bringing favorable attention to the 
school. Interscholastic awards are not for these 
purposes. The student has no obligation to com- 
pete. Awards are not to pay him for loyalty or 
sacrifice. 

ALL ORGANIZATIONS ADMINISTERING 
AMATEUR ATHLETIC PROGRAMS have award 
limitations. These are for the protection of both 
the athlete and the sponsoring organization. The 
limitations depend upon the level of competition 
and the purposes of the program. However, it is 
significant in every case, and with no exception, 
that the amateur awards are basically symbolic. 

THE DESIRABILITY, THE NECESSITY AND 
THE REASONABLESS OF LIMITING THE TYPE 
AND VALUE OF AWARDS resulting from par- 
ticipation in amateur athletics is frequently ques- 
tioned. The athletes' parents, civic leaders and 
media frequently ask why amateur athletes may 
not accept any award made available to them. 
When, from the standpoint of winning, a team 
has completed an outstanding season, or an athlete 
has placed high in some state competition, inter- 
ested groups are inclined to become enthusiastic 
and to attempt to demonstrate their appreciation 
of the team's or the individual's effort by the 
presentation of an expensive award. These groups 
are anxious to see to it that the athletes receive 
all the special honors and recognition possible. 

THE MEDIA ALWAYS SUPPORT A GENER- 
OUS AWARD PROGRAM, because it gives them 
something to talk or write about, thereby making 
their reporting job comparatively easy. Civic 
groups relish the opporttunity of being in the re- 
flected limelight as a result of special presenta- 
tions they may make. Therefore, it is not at all 
unusual for such clubs to raise rather large 
amounts of inoney in an effort to provide each 
member of a state championship team with a 
diamond ring or a colored television set. These 
groups feel that generous recognition of accom- 
plishment brings attention to the school and to 
the community as well as demonstrating appropri- 
ate appreciation of the athletes' accomplishments. 
It is readily apparent that if there were no stand- 
ards, competition among those giving awards 
would soon develop and go beyond reasonable 
limits. 

WITHOUT AWARD LIMITATIONS, competi- 
tion to give the "biggest" award develops between 
interested groups. Abuses in this area became 
common in the early development of the inter- 
scholastic program. The awards soon lost their 
symbolic nature and, in fact, the program was 
frequently taken over by non-school interests in 
the community. As has so often been the situation, 

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NOVEMBER, 1970 



VOL. XXXIII— NO. 4 



Pubiishcd monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Lexington. Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

.A.ssistant Editor . J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor __ BILLY V. WISE 
.Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. K\'. 
BO.ARD OF CONTROL 
President Don Davis (1967-1971). Fort Thomas 

Vice-President W. H. Crowdus (1968.1971). Franklin 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974). Valley Station; 
Morton Combs 1 1963-1972), Carr Creek: James T. Dotson 
(1968-1972), Pikeville: Lee T. Mills (1969-1973). Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973), Morganfield: Roy L. Wm- 
chester (1970-1974). Bethlehem. 

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REPORTS SOON DUE 

1970 Football Participation List 
School's Report on Football Officials 
Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Future Football Districts and Regions 

"^'he future football (districts an(J regions for 
1971 and 1972 are as follows: 

CLASS AAA 
Region I 

Atherton. Bishop David. Central. DeSales, duPont 
Manual, Flaget, Iroquois. Louisville Male. Shawnee, St. 
Xavier, Trinity 

Region II 

District 1 — 

Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park. Valley. Western 
District 2 — 

Durrett. Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Southern 
District 3 — 

Fern Creek, Jettersontown. Marion C. Moore, Thomas 
Jefferson 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Eastern. Seneca. Wasgener, Westport 

CLASS AA 
Region I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green. Caldwell County, Christian County, 
Franklin-Simpson. Hopkinsville. Lone Oak, Mayfield, North 
Marshall. Paducah Tilghman 
District 2 

Daviess County, Henderson, Henderson County, Madi- 
sonville-North Hopkins, Ohio County. Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic. Union Count>' 

Region II 

District 1 — 

Adair County, Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central. 
Elizabethtown. Fort Knox, LaRue Count.y, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County. Shelb.v County, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Danville. Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, 
Somerset, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Region III 
District 1 — 

Boone Count.y, Campbell County, Conner. Covington 
Catholic. Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic, Simon Kenton 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Bryan Station, FYanklin County, 
George Rogers Clark, Harrison County, Madison Central. 
Scott County 

Region IV 

District 1 — 

Bell County Corbin. Cumberland. Evarts. James 
Cav ood. Knox Central, Laurel County, Middlesboro, 
Russell Count.y, Whitley County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Bo.vd County, Hazard, Johnson Central. Leslie 
County, ivi. C. Napier. Paul G. Blazer. Prestonsburg. Rus- 
sell. Whitesburg 



CLASS A 
Region I 

District 1 — 

Crittenden County. Fori Campbell. Fulton County, 
Heath. Murray. Reidland. Russellville. Todd Central, Trigg 
Count\-. Webster Count\' 
District 2 — 

Allen Coiint>'. Butler Count>-. Campbellsville. Caverna, 
Cuniberland Counlj-. Edmonson Count.\'. Glasgow. Greens- 
burg .Hart •Count>' Metcalfe County. Tompkinsville, War- 
ren East, Wa\ne County 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Anderson. Bardstown. Boyle County, Burgin. Garrard 
■Count.\". Harrodsburg. Kentucky School for the Deaf. 
Meieer County, Stanford. Washington County 
District 2 — 

Berea. Estill County. Frankfort. Georgetown, Madison, 
Millersburg Military Institute, Montgomery' County, Mt. 
Sterling. Nicholas Count.v, Paris. Sayre. 

Region III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue. Carroll Count.v, Dayton, Emi- 
nence. Henry County. Kentucky Military Institute. Louis- 
ville Country Da\'. Ludlow, Owen County, Shelbyville, 
Trimble County 
District 2 — 

Batli County, Catlettsburg, Fairview, Fleming County. 
Lewis County, Louisa. Maysville, McKell. Morgan County, 
Raceland. Rowan Count\ , Wurtland 

Region IV 

District 1 — 

Harlan, L.vnch, Lynn Camp. Mt. Vernon. Pineville, 
Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Elkhorn Cit\'. Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns Creek, 
Mullins, Paints\ille, Pikeville, Virgie, Wheelwright 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Boar(S of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington, on Saturday morning, Octo- 
ber 3, 1970. The meeting was called to order by 
President Don Davis at 9:00, with all Board mem- 
bers. Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford and Assistant 
Commissioner J. B. Mansfield present. The invo- 
cation was given by 'W. H. Crowdus. 

'W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester, that the reading of the minutes of the 
August 1st meeting be waived, since members of 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Tom Mills of the Building Commit- 
tee reported that negotiations were continuing 
with tlie Llniversity of Kentucky for the possible 
securing of a site on w'hich a new Association of- 
fice building might be constructed, and that the 
architectural firm of Marye and Bond were in the 
process of preparing preliminary floor plans for 
the building. 

The Commissioner reported that attorneys for 
the Board and the University of Kentucky are of 
the opinion that the duties and powers of the 
Board of Control, with respect to Board members 
serving as trustees of real property, should be 
more clearly outlined in the K.H.S.A.A. Constitu- 
tion. The Commissioner stated that it was his 
opinion that the Board already has the authority 
to purchase and dispose of real property under 
authority given in Article IV, Section 3-d-l, of the 
K.H.S.A.A Constitution. However, he saw no ob- 
jection to a constitutional amendment upon the ad- 
\'ice of the attorneys mentioned, and he recom- 
mended that the Board authorize him to submit 
to Association member schools for a referendum 
vote the following: Add Paragraph 10 to Article 
IV, Section 3-d, of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, 
outlining duties and powers of the Board of Con- 
trol, to read "Have authority, as trustees, to 
purchase or otherwise acquire real property, and to 
sell, e.xchange, lease, mortage, or in any manner 
dispose of any real property upon such terms and 
for such considerations as the trustees consider 
proper," James T. Dotson moved, seconded by 



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Richard Vincent, that the Commissioner be di- 
rected to send out for a referendum vote the con- 
stitutional amendment proposed by the Commis- 
sioner. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Richard Vincent of the Policy Com- 
mittee stated that it was the recommendation of 
his committee that a series of area nieetings be 
held across the state during a two-year period, to 
which K.H.S.A.A. member school principals and 
supermtendents would be invited, for the purpose 
of discussing the present and future program of 
the Association. There was a discussion concerning 
this matter, with certain dates for the 1970-71 
meetings being suggested. Richard Vincent moved, 
seconded by Roy L. Winchester, that the Com- 
missioner be directed to set up sectional and/or 
regional dinner meetings across the state during 
the school years 1970-71 and 1971-72. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

There was a discussion concerning certain 
needed changes in the Football Playoffs regula- 
tions. 

The Commissioner recommended that, for the 
football seasons of 1971 and 1972, 525 be substitu- 
ted for 485 in I-A-2 and I-A-3; and that I-C be 
amended accordingly, with enrollments based on 
the 1909-70 figures. He also recommended that 
Football Rule III. Section A, be amended to read 
as follows: "In Class AAA the winners of District 
1 and District 2 will play and the winners of Dis- 
trict 3 and District 4 will play on the third week- 
end prior to Thanksgiving. The following weekend 
the winners will play for the regional champion- 
ship. The regional winners will play the following 
weekend for the state championship." Roy L. 
Winchester mo\'ed, seconded by Tom Mills, "that 
the recommendations of the Commissioner be ac- 
cepted and made a part of the football regulations. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner asked Assistant Commis- 
sioner Mansfield to present the recommended foot- 
ball classes, districts and regions for 1971 and 
1972. After Mr. Mansfield had made his presenta- 
tion and after considerable discussion, Morton 
Combs moved, seconded by J. C. Cantrell, that the 
recommendations of the Commissioner and Assist- 
ant Commissioner concerning the 1971 and 1972 
football districts and regions be accepted. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that he had sched- 
uled tentatively the Class AAA Football Finals to 
be played in Louisville on November 20, and the 
Classes A and AA Football Finals to be played in 
Lexington on November 27. Richard Vincent 
moved, seconded by James T. Dotson, that the 
schedule of the football playoff games, made Ijy 
the Commissioner, be approved by the Board. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

President Davis announced the appointment 
of the following committees for 1970-71: 

Swimming — Chairman Alfred M. Reece Mrs. 
Wilbur Bell, E. W. Craik, Don Davis, Miss Sheila 
Gilreath. Ron Huebner, Miss Dot Kirkpatrick, Ed- 
gar McNabb, Jack Thompson. 

Wrestling — Chairman Orville Williams, Jer- 
ry Abney, Will D. Evans, Marshall Patterson, 
Robert Weenolsen, Bro. Joseph Wilhelm. 

Gymnastics — Chairman Bernard Johnson, 
Mrs. Susan Burckle, James "Cap" Caudill, Andy 
Hopkins, George Jefferson, Mrs. Sheila Kuhlman, 
James Nance, Bob Wason. 

W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by James T. 
Dotson, that the date of December 19, 1970, be set 
as the date for the next Board meeting. The mo- 
tion was carried unanimously. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by W. H. 



Crowdus, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning July 1, 1970, and ending Septem- 
ber 30, 1970, be allowed. The motion was carried 
imanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

National Federation Basketball Test 

Part II of the National Federation basketball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, December 7, to officials who wish to 
work for the Approved and Certified ratings. The 
examination sites will be determined by the Com- 
missioner. Officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
for the first time this year and who have not been 
registered previously in any other state associa- 
tion, are not eligible to take the test. Those in- 
terested should advise the State Office immediate- 
ly in order that necessary arrangements can be 
made with the school administrators who will 
supervise the taking of the e.xam. Officials living 
in Kentucky need :aot suggest the name of the 
examiner. The Approved rating does not carry 
forward from year to year, but must be earned 
each year. 

Wrestling Regions 

The assignment of school sponsoring wrestling 
for the 1970-71 school year is as follows: 

Fort Campbell Region — Christian County, 
Fort Campbell, Franklin Siinpson. Henderson 
Covmty, Hopkins\ille, North Hardin, Trigg County. 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens Trade, 
Flaget, Kentucky School for the Blind, Louisville 
Coimtry Day, Pleasure Ridge Park. St. Xavier, 
Trinity, Valley, Waggener, Western. 

East Jefferson Region — Ballard, Doss, Durrett, 
Eastern, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Henry County, Jef- 
fersontown, Oldham County, Seneca, Westport, 

Lexington Region — Boone County, Bryan 
Station, Campbell County. Conner, Danville, 
Frankfort, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Holmes, 
Jessamine County, Johns Creek. Kentucky School 
for the Deaf, Lafayette, Millersburg Military 
Institute. Morgan County. Newport. Newport 
Cathohc, Tales Creek, Woodford County. 

Minutes of Meeting 

K.H.S.A.A. Wrestling Committee 

Lexington, Kentucky, October 24, 1970 

The K.H.S.A.A. Wrestling Committee, meeting 
in the Association office on October 24, 1970, was 
called to order at 9:30 A.M. by Chairman Orville 
Williams. The reading of tlie minutes of the 
previous meeting was waived since the minutes 
had appeared in the ATHLETE. 

Under the heading of old business, the fol- 
lowing points were made: (A) Michigan riding 
time will be used again this year. (B) Weight 
certification starts December 1. If a wrestler is 
not certified in December, he must certify at base 
weight for his first meet after January 1. After 
that he may take his weight allowance of 2 lbs. in 
January, 1 lb. in February, and one additional 
pound for each day after the first day of tourna- 
ment participation. (C) The four Regions will re- 
main the same with the exception of new teains. 
The Region Chairmen are: Fort Campbell — 
Marshall Patterson, Fort Campbell High School; 
West Jefferson County — To be Announced upon 
election; Lexington Region — Brother Joseph, 
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Campbell County High School; East Jefferson 
County — Robert Weenolsen, Westport High 
School. (D) Wrestle-backs are the option of the 
Region Chairman, but are required in the State 
Tournament. (E) The number of teams has re- 
mained about the same in number as we had last 
year, but the caliber of wresting is much finer. 
(F) It was agreed that last year's State Tourna- 
ment was well run for the most part. A big 
THANKS to Bud Williams, our State Chairman, 
from the Committee. The problem of referees was 
discussed. (G) A reaffirmation was stated in re- 
gard to the standardization of fees paid to officials 
as agreed upon at last year's State meeting. (H) 
The method of choosing officials for the State 
Tournament will remain the same. The three steps 
are: 1. Coaches make suggestions to Region Chair- 
man: 2. Region Chairman submit these names to 
the State Chairman who in turn submits them to 
the K.H.S.A.A.: 3. The Commissioner will make 
the final selection. (I) A discussion was conducted 
on the subject of the conduct of coaches at the 
State Tournament. The Wrestling Committee 
wishes to encourage the officials to assert the 
authority of their office under RULE 10, sections 
2, 3, and 4. A motion was made to this statement 
by Jerry Abney, seconded by Brother Joseph, and 
the motion was unanimously carried 

Under new business new rules changes were 
reviewed. The new weight classes will be used for 
1970 - 1971 season. Clinics will be held this year 
to help interpret the rules. The dates of the clinics 
are as follows: November 7, Fort Campbell, 1:00 
P.M.: Louisville at Seneca, November 9, 8:00 P.M.: 
Campbell County at Campbell County High 
School. November 14, 10:00 A.M.: Lexington Lafay- 
ette, November 14, 3:00 P.M. 

The sites of the Regional Tournaments were 
suggested. The sites are: East Jefferson County at 
Westport: Fort Campbell at Fort Campbell; West 
Jefferson Count.y at St. Xavier (tentative): Le.x'- 
ington Region, site tentative). The State Tourna- 
ment will be held in the new facilities at Seneca 
High School in Louisville. Seeding for the State 
Tournament was then drawn by Commissioner 
Sanford. 

The Commissioner announced that forty-four 
principals had stated that their schools would 
sponsor wrestling teams this year. The assignment 
of these schools bv regions will appear in a forth- 
coming issue of the ATHLETE. 

Qualifications for Region seeding will follow 
the seeding formula of 8-5-4-4-2. A contestant must 
have wrestled a minimum of 8 matches, 5 of these 
between different opponents. Four of the 8 must 
be wrestled in his region: 4 of the 8 must be with 
different opponents in his certified weight class, 
and 2 of these 4 must be with opponents in his 
region and at his certified weight class. Certifica- 
tion forms must be signed by the referee, visit- 
ing coach for that meet, and the coach of the team. 
Send these forms to your Region Chairman. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned at 11:45 A.M. 

Robert O. Weenolsen, Recording Secretary 

The Game Guy Award 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue to give the Game 
Guy Award. School representatives and registered 
officials may make nominations for the award. The 
eligible person should be a pupil at the junior or 
senior high school level who has overcome great 
physical handicap in order to take part in athletics. 
Letters of recommendation should be addressed to 
"Game Guy Committee, K.H.S. A.A., P. O. Box 
1173, Lexington. Kentucky 40501." Deadline for the 
1971 nominations is April 1. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled November 1) 

If the lelephone number is given for ^n official, it is 
tile home phone number unless othe^^vise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Aiumennan. Robert P.. 312 Pleasant Street. Cvnthiana. 

234-2856 
Blair, Bill, 306 Morningside, Hopkinsville, 885-5781 
Bunch. Lawrence O., Rt. 2, Box 128, Williamsburg, 549-2262 
Caldarelli, Edward, Hopkinsville. 885-5212 
Combs. Edward T., 2708 Kenwood Drive, Hopkinsville, 

886-1882 
Cowan, Larrv G., P.O. Box 164, Clav, 664-2233 
■Crole.v, Guindal C, Rt. 1. Box 1905, Williamsburg. 549-0716 
Cunnmgham, Jimmie C. Rt. 4, Cadiz, 522-6942, 522-6942 
Dillard, Edward, 1421 E. Ninth Street, Hopkinsville, 

886-8375 
Dougherty, Mike, 2408 Florence Street, Hopkinsville, 

886-7574, 886-8144 
Evans. Willis S., Jr.. 3600 Montclair Avenue. Louisville, 

239-8585. 582-5532 
Feldkamp, Jack, 5790 Eula Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

481-7739 
Fucci, Dom. 752 Wellington Wav. Lexington, 277-6327. 

266-2161 
Gesenhues. Norinan L., Jennv Lane, Flovd Knobs, Indiana, 

923-8641 
Grace, Garland, 116 Johnston, Hopkinsville, 886-1469 
Greenwell. Robert A.. 4114 Wimpole Road, Louisville, 

459-8646, 583-3875 
Gnegs, Jolin M., 3045 Dartmouth Drive, Lexington, 272- 

4749. 252-4471 
Habermelil. Fred M., III. 331 Sixtli Avenue, Dayton, 

261-1795, 738-1111, Ext. 491 
Hatcher, Robert L., 132 Holmes Drive, Paducah. 898-2521, 

444-7251 
Havs, Paul Jack, 616 Deepwood. Hopkinsville. 886-7930. 

■ 886-7103 
Hoffman. Thomas Allen, 511 West 33rd Street, Covington, 

581-7685. 272^3480 
Jackson. Donald. Evarts. 837-2263 
Jones. Robert. Rt, 2. Prmceton. 365-3110 
Milum, Kennetli J.. 750 W. Noel Avenue, Madisonville, 

821-1323. 821-9067 
Osborne, Tom. 1731 Phillip Street, Ironton, Ohio, 532-4438, 

,325-8511. Ext. 540 
Peacher, Jimmie, II, 902 Gant Street, Hopkinsville, 

885-5370 
P'Pool, Steve K., Rt. 4, Princeton, 365-5968 
Redman. David E., Nunn Blvd., Cadiz, 522-6660, 522-3215 
Reid Don, 711 E. Market Street, Princeton, ^65-9502 
Stanlev. James H., 105 Cherrv Street, Pineville, 337-3900, 

,337-2510 
Thomas, Paul E.. Franklin Furnace, Ohio. 574-5766 



Limitations of Awards 

(Continued from Page One) 

restrictive standards in awards were developed 
as a result of abuse and exploitation. One 
of the first standards adopted by almost every 
state high school association was limitations on 
awards. Tliese standards go back to the turn of the 
century and a good bit of athletic history is al- 
ways contained in this particular rule. With tlie 
adoption of standards, control of this aspect of the 
program returned to the institution and it elimina- 
ted competition between institutions with similar 
programs. Therefore, the result had a desirable ef- 
fect on the budget, and it helped reestablish ath- 
letics in its proper place in the curriculum. 

THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR DIRECTING 
THE INTERSCHOLASTIC PROGRAMS must 
make certain that the student body, the media, 
and the public, completely understand the awards 
program and its underlying philosophy. Publici- 
zing the limitation on the awards, and the reason 
why there is a limitation, is an effective means by 
which athletic programs of any school can be kept 
in its proper place in relation to the other educa- 
tional phases of the curriculum. This information 
helps to keep athletics on an even keel no matter 
whether a school team wins or loses its games. It 
greatly reduces the possibiUty of wresting sports 
control from the school. 



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Page Five 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled November 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, il is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Abney, Darrell, Box 124. MaysviUe. 364-5372, 759-7141 

Abney. Russell, Maysville 

Adams, Richard Wayne 218 Waddill Avenue, Madisonville, 

821-1381, 821-5246 
Akers, Harold, Bo.x 458, Pikeville, 432-1339, 437-7281 
Allen, Thomas E., Route 1, Vine Grove, 877-2703, 422-3214 
Anderson, Edward L., 512 Mill Street, Leitchfield, 259-3331, 

259-3218 
Anderson, Luther S., Route 2, Liberty Heights, Carlisle, 

289-2364 
Armstrong, Henry, Route 7, Murray, 435-5643, 435-5643 
Asher, Ralph. Bo.x 232, Olive Hill, 286-4537, 286-2081 
Bailey, Harrison, P, O, Box 25. Vicco, 476-2774 
Bailey. Jimmy H., 732 Second Street, Bowling Green 

843-1053 
Bates, James Ralph, Box 584, Whitesburg, 633-7158, 633- 

2246 
Bates, Jimmie D., 7809 Mango Drive, Pleasure Ridse Park 

937-8082, 937-3000 
Bell, Darrell R,, 109 Webb Street, Whitesburg, 633-2961 

(Bus.) 
Berger, Richard, Melvin, 452-2321 
Beth, Howard L., Gilbertsville, 362-8090 
Bishop, Don H., 314 High Street, CampsbellviUe, 465-6404 
Blackwood, Thomas W., 3402 Hastings Circle, Louisville 

425-9760, 774-5766 
Blevins, Boone, Jr., Staffordsville, 297-4842 297-3738 
Booker, Gilbert L., R R. =1, Smiths Grove, 563-2631 
Brause, Allan R. (Dr. I, 7E Lakeview Dr., Apt. 16, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, 821-0762, 761-4130, Ext. 270 
Breeden, Donald B , Rt 6, Benton, 898-3964, 444-9689 
Bridges, Ralph Lee, 2424 Anne Avenue, Henderson, 

826-4088 
Bridgman, Don, Route =2. Monticello, 348-8521 
Broaddus, Terry Lvnn, Route 1, Bloomfield, 252-5155 
Browning. Wayne. 23 Devonshire Drive. Madisonville. 

821-2454. 821-4519 
Bruner. Jack C. Rt. 5. Box 93, London, 864-4322, 864-2701 
Carrico, Phillip L , 1405C Main Street, Murrav, 753-9061 

(Bus.) 
Carrico. Tommy, 1303 Vine Street, Murrav, 753-7737 

753-9061 
Chaney, Reginald, 109 Carroll Street, Somerset, 678-5310 
Childers, Jimmie R,, Box 237, Auxier, 886-3622, 886-3128 
Cloud, Ralph L.. Box 535. Harlan. 837-2277. 837-2502 
Cobb. Ken M., 205 Elizabeth Drive, Hazard 436-3272 

436-5735 
Collier, Michael, 18 Roselawn Drive. Independence 

Collins. Mason. Rt. 3, Mavsville, 759-7614 

Costigan, Jim, Rt. 1, Mt, Sterling, 498-2215, 768-2145 

Cox, Robert Alton, Rt. 1, Lot 2-A. Nicholasville 255-77''l 

(Bus.) 
Craig. Ronald. Rt. 2. Versailles. 873-5286 
Cummins. Ronald A.. Room 912. Barnes-Campbell Hall 

W.K.U.. Bowling Green. 291-5081 
Cummins. Ray E.. Box 428. Mt. Vernon. 256-4376 256-2922 
Cunningham. Bob. Stanton 
Daopoulos. James A.. 1704 Jennifer Road. Lexington 299- 

2369. 258-2898 
Delph. William, 6903 Ledge Rock, Louisville, 964-3751, 

637-9724 
Dennison, James E.. 1825 James David Court Owensboro 

684-7573, 684-7251 
Dieterle, Owen, 538 Meadow Lane, Versailles, 873-3746, 

269-1813 
Divine, Wayne L., 526 Walnut Street, Central Citv 754- 

2783, 754-2272 
Dixon, Billy M.. Box 547, Hazard, 436-4605 439-9931 
Dobson, Kenneth, Rt. 4. Babbland Drive. Paducah 898- 

3756. 443-6285 
Dockery. Donald M.. 2937 Igleheart Avenue. Evansville 

Ind., 424-6589. 424-2434, Ext. 235 
Draughn. Hubert Hornsby. P. O. Box 35. Garrett. 358-4177, 

Duff, Birchell, Garrett, 358-4564, 358-9391 

Durbin, Hade, Jr., 303 Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown 
765-7893. 765-5237 

Dyke. Orville Dean. P. O. Box 231. Crestvvood. 241-4109 
452-4106 

Eastep. Phillip, Salyersville, 349-2911 

Elmore, Jimmy A.. Rt. irl. Brandenburg, 422-2465, 422-3214 

Ewers, Michael, Pikeville, 432-2508 

Faulk, Terry Wayne, Box 171, Mortons Gap, 258-5497 

Fish, Leiand G.. 5.37 Folkstone. Lexington. 255-7156 252- 
2312. Ext. 2535 

Fisher. Michael D.. 3204 Melody Acres Lane. Apt 4 Louis- 
ville. 448-2278 

Fiske. Charles N.. 2008 Balfour Drive, Louisville 246-247'' 
584-4221 

Francis. William Lewis. 8909 Brandvwvne, Fern Creek 
239-9859, 538-4285 " " 



Frey, William R,, 235 Ridgeway, Southgate, 781-2685, 581- 

6599 
Fritz, Sherman, 122 Meadowlark Drive. Richmond, 623- 

4956 ,623-3424, Ext, 31 
Fugate, Johnnie, Box 334, Hindman, 251-2150 
Fuller, C. Richard, 406 Wvandot Way, Mt. Sterling, 498- 

5218, 498-2660 
Fultz, G. Roger. Box 4, Wavland, 358-4402, 285-3236 
Gent, Herman T.. Rt. 1, Box 265, Middlesboro, 248-5902 
Gibson, Gary Lee, Wayland, 358-4580 
Glllion, Tom, Box 272, South Hall, College, CampbeUsville, 

465-9913 
Gcode. Ralph W.. 3133 Delaware, Paducah, 554-3732 
Grace, Lucian. 201 E. Washington Street, Winchester, 233- 

2000 (.Bus.) 
Graham, James, 2517 Jackson Street, Ashland, 324-8169, 

324-8511 
Grant, Thomas E., 2709 Rockford Lane, Louisville, 447-1648 
Greer. Raymond W.. 6905 Creston Drive. Pleasure Ridge 

Park. 935-5464, 935-5002 
Grubbs, John A.. 7905 Dixie Hwy., Florence, 371-8579, 

331-4621 
Halbert. Hubert E., Langley, 285-3745 
Hall, Arhe W.. Box 10. Cromona. 855-7836 
Hall. Elmer. Jr.. Farler 
Hammond. Joe. Box 232. Inez, 298-3241 
Hammons, Norman, Rt. 4, HopkinsviUe. 886-7066. 886-3116 
Hampton. Phillip W.. Box 31. Jeremiah, 633-4316 
Hanev, Raymond, Milo, 298-3539, 298-3268 
Hardin, Don G.. Box 88, Morehead, 784-7698 
Harned, Delano D., Custer. 536-3591 
Haves. Charles David. Mousie. 946-2126. 785-5149 
Haves. Haskew. Jr.. Box 407. Jenkins. 832-4489, 832-2141 
Heath, Robert. Box 262. Hardinsburg 756-2387, 769-1678 
Henson, Don R., Box 126, Smithland, 928,2884, 988-3263 
Henderson, Austin, 2603 Villa Maria, Villa HUls, 341-6129, 

431-0900 
Hickev, Chas. M., 6055 Tavlor Mill Road, Covington, 

356-2380 
Holt, Robert E., 3303 Southgate Drive, HopkinsviUe, 885- 

3405, 886-1207 
Horsman, Bill, 2902 So. 5th St., Louisville, 637-1201, 964-3301 
Horton, Joseph H.. Jr.. 4228 Virginia Ave., Louisville, 772- 

9547, 778-3311 
Houk, Jackie Rt. 1. Glendale, 769-1632, 765-4153 
Hounshell, Bill J., 102 Court Street, Irvine, 723-5242, 

723-2550 
House, Phillip G., 508 Southland Drive. Versailles, 873-4031, 

233-2000. Ext. 3718 
Howard. Bruce L.. Paintsville. 789-8595, 789-4215 
Howard James D., Box 197, Lovall, 573-4752, 573-1400, 

Ext. 219 
Howard. Jasper B., Box 1004, Middlesboro, 248-3388, 337- 

3093 
Howard, Ollie, Rt. 1, Pisgah Elem, School, Versailles, 

873-8688, 873-3276 
Hubbaid, David, 2,35 Svcamore, Jackson, 666-5435, 666-7181 
Hubbs, Sonny, 260 Old Orchard Rd.. Paducah, 442-8978, 

443-3038 
Huber, Jerry, 2873 W. McMicken. Cincinnati, Ohio, 681-0897 
Hudson, Oscar, Box 32, Sassafras, 476-2567, 436-2141 
Huffman, Stephen, Box 202, Pikeville, 437-4711 
Hughes, Paul P., 520 Riverside Dr., Prestonsburg. 886- 

6471, 886-2364 
Hughes, Rufus L.. Route 1, WTiitley Citv, 376-2979, 348-6831 
Hurne, Charles E.. 1909 Benson, Bowling Green, 843-3730, 

842-6335 
Hummel, Thomas J., 235 East 5th Street, Newport, 581- 

8888. 7D3-1811 
Hunlev. Neil P.. 6~2 Main Street. West Liberty, 743-4311, 

743-4513 
Hunt, Leonard, 424 Hollow Creek Rd., Lexington, 299-4398, 

252-5641 
Hurley, Robert, Box 244, Williamson, W. Va. 
Hurt. Thomas C, 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster, 792- 

3067. 792-2312 
Hyatt, Robert L.. Jr.. Linden Drive. Lawrenceburg, 839- 

4436, 839-4436 
Hvland. Frank Dixon, P. O. Box 465. South Webster, Ohio, 

778-2401, 456-2417 
H>Tnan, Alan D., 2340 Brookside Drive, Louisville, 897- 

6269, 459-7600 
Tdol, Billy Joe, 124 Leafwood Road, Middlesboro, 248-2837 
Ingraham, Gary J , 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville, 425- 

5215, 897-2815 
Isaacs. Franklin. Rt. 1, Wavnesburg, 379-4403 
Ison. Edward C, Skyline. 633-7942 
Jackson. Donald. Evarts, 837-2263 

Jackson. Robert ?I.. P. O. Box 76. Hitchins. 474-9456 
James. Gene. 1507 S. 3rd. Street, fronton, Ohio, 532-6976, 

532-6224 
James, Jack L., 9917 Apollo Lane, Vallev Station, 935-7262, 

624-3428 
Jamison. Mark C 9100 Aristides Drive, Pleasure Ridge 

Park 937-6923 
Jasper, Richard" Charles, 216 11th Street, CarroUton. 732- 

4623, 732-4233 
Jenkins, Bervl, 2326 S. 11th Street. Ironton, Ohio. 532-5215 
Jenkins, Jerrv, 210 N. Miller Street, Cvnthiana, 234-3350, 

234-4393 
Jenkins, Pliillip Mayo, Box 571, Martin, 285-3002 
Jennings, Chase, 2722 Rogers Street, Covington, 261-2253, 
431-5010 



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Johanson. Ralph G.. 3769 Temple Drive, Lexington. 272- 

2705. 252-4951 
Johns. Jerrv. Box 308. Somerset. 678-5610, 678-4721 
Johnson. Bill\ Wavne P. O. Box 85, Glendale. 854-2453. 

863-8533 
Jolinson. David A.. 7800 Carnation Drive, Pleasure Ridge 

Park 935-6i'57 452-4859 
Johnson.' Gavlc. Rt. 3. Box 306. Crestwood. 241-4615, 279- 

5120 
Johnson. Harrv B.. 3024 Stanford Drive. Lexington. 272- 

4738. 272-1611 
Johnson. Henrv Sig. P. O. Box 25. Gilbertsville, 362-4271 

I Bus.) 
Johnson. James M.. 174 Pinehurst. Frankfort, 223-2822, 

875-1535 
Johnson, James Rodnev. 322 Lowry Lane. Lexington. 

254-6412 iBus.i 
Johnson. Jerrv Lee. 313 Kentucky Avenue. Georgetown. 

863-0333. 233-2000. Ext. 7062 
Johnson. Robert S., K-1. Box 70. U. of K., Lexington. 

258-8492 
Johnson. Walter. Box 145. Hitchins. 474-5908. 474-5721 
Johnson. Willis Clayton, Leon Road, Grayson. 474-5386 
Johnson. William E.. Rt. 1. Mt. Sterling. 498-3670. 498-9175 
Joiner. D. Russell. P O. Box 213, Sniithland. 928-2253. 

928-2492 
Jones. Bobby. Box 364. Manchester. 598-5178. 598-2129 
Jones. Carson G-. 713 N. Main Street. Evansville, Ind., 

422-3069. 424-7741. Ext. 288 
Jones. Denver. Apt. UA, Highland Avenue. Hazard. 436- 

2666. 436-2666 
Jones, Frank. Rt. 5. Box 517, Manchester, 598-3952, 598-5127 
Jones, Joe S., 203 Green Street. Manchester, 598-3793, 

598-2129 
Jones, Robert I,,. Jr.. Brandenburg. 422-3484. 422-2101, 

Ext. 270 
Jones. William L.. 814 McCuUum Avenue. Elizabetlitown 
Joseph. Roger. Rt. 1. Kirksey. 489-3281 
Judy. Joe Lee. 117 Battle Grove Avenue, Cynthiana, 

234-1650 
Judy. Michael L.. 309 Ridgewood Lane. Frankfort. 223- 

4170. 223-3260 
Jump. Frank E.. 200 Elizabeth Street. Bowling Green. 

842-8060, 843-4707 
Justice, Montv D.. Jr.. 8608 Perrv Road. Louisville. 426- 

2693. 774-6506 
Karasick. Howard. 169 Whitehall Terrace. Louisville, 

459-1818 
Karres. Ronald. P. O. Box 2262, Huntington, W. Va., 429- 

4296. 529-2318. Ext. 222 
Ka\, Thomas D,. Rt. 3. Versailles, 873-8286, 255-1461 
Kaylor, James, Rt. 2. Trafalgar. Ind.. 878-5728 
Kays. Herbert S.. 7410 Moredale Road, Louisville, 426-2131 
Kearns, Donnie. Rt. 1. Box 700. Irvine. 723-5384. 254-3358 
Kearns. Meredith. 216 N. Miller. Cvnthiana. 234-2297, 

234-1100 
Keatley, James H., Box 395, Matewan, W. Va. 
Keeling. Joe. 1944 Monroe. Paducah, 443-2653, 442-6184 
Keeling. Reuben. 3757 Ramona Drive. Paducah. 442-4190 
Keeling. W. D., Jr., 164 Clements, Paducah, 442-3858, 

442-2157 
Kilcovne. James Donald. Farmington 
Keller. Terry Joe. 355 Bond Street. Covington. 261-9987. 

251-2203 
Kelly. Charles R.. 4206 Greenwell Lane, Louisville, 447- 

2665. 584-1.341. Ext. 204 
Kelly. Louis Link. 218 Richmond Street. Lancaster, 792- 

4410. 233-2000. Ext. 2714 
Kelly. William G.. 3420 N. Galeston. Indianapolis. Ind., 

987-9370. 546-9211. Ext. 3580 
Kelsch. James R.. 8899 Balboa. Cincinnati, Ohio, 931-3902, 

243-3696 
Kennedy, Wavne, 383 N. Lee. Bowling Green. 842-9351, 

842-0361 
Kimble, Paul L.. P. O. Box 384. West Union. Ohio. 544-2962. 

695-9241 
Kimmel. Jerry. Beechmont, 476-2656. 476-8375 
Kinder. Robert A.. 626 Anniston Drive. Lexington. 299- 

6793. 278-9521 
King. James A.. 5000 Clarmar Road. Jeffersontown, 239- 

8015. 778-2791 
King. Ravmond. 216 Blossom Lane. Southgate, 441-5309, 

431-0064 
King, Ronnie W.. 421 S. 10th Street. Murray. 753-6541 
Kinney. Dale. 2410 Casino Drive. Covington, 491-5207 
Kirk. Charles F.. Box .334. Benhain. 848-2039, 633-4422 
Kiser, Arvle, 1102 Gainesway Drive, Lexington, 272-5262, 

254-1292 
Klusman. Carl J., Jr.. 3108 Gambriel Court, Louisville, 

459-0581, 6.34-1531. Ext. 392 
Knauer. Glen M.. 112 S. Sunset Circle, Hopkinsville, 886- 

5510, 886-0489 
Knight, Bill. 752 N. 3Bth Street, Paducah, 443-2775, 

443-2775 
Knight, Rodney B,. Rt. 1. Greenville, 338-3535, 886-3311 
Kolasa. Johnny R.. 103 Grundv Avenue. Springfield, 

336-3710 
Kouns. Robert. Box .582. South Shore. 9.32-4540. 932-3323 
Kratzenberg. Richard. 2535 S. 8th Street. Ironton. Ohio. 
Kuhl. Lawrence. Houser Lane. London, 864-6235 864-4182 

532-0914, 532-2.345 
Lacer. Albert Ray. Box 51. Spottsville. 827-5068. 826-9573 
Lacer. Wayne H.. 3003 Palmer Circle, Henderson, 826-6951 



Lally, James J.. 3407 Gonewind Drive, Louisville, 267-6959 

366-9511, Ext. 110 
Lambert. R. E.. Wurtland. 836-5843. 836-9433 
Lancaster. Glenn. 1506 Porter Drive. Henderson. 826-4364. 

826-7600 
Lancaster. Larry H.. Box 45. Somerset. 679-2246 
Landreth. Robert H.. 211 Union Street, MavsviUe, 564-5041 
Lansdale, Jerry G., Rt. 1. Mt. Sterling. 498-0083. 498-2660 
l.arkin. Arnold. Rt. 3. Eubank. 379-4633. 423-2698 
Laubheimer Don T.. 4516 Estate Drive, Louisville, 366-3880, 

583-3090 
Laughert\'. Kenneth Ray, 2100 Peabody Lane, Louisville, 

451-1706. 584-1211 
Lawrence. Ernest E . 3505 Olive Road. Louisville, 968-1990, 

452-4412 
Lawson, Rondall, Box 268, Prestonsburg, 886-3509, 886-2786 
Lawson, Rondell, Garrett, 358-3531 
Lav. William B.. 1268 Gainesway Drive. Lexington, 272- 

2677. 233-2000. Ext. 2234 
Layne, Bert. Manton. 358-3111. 358-2411 
Leber. Jerrv L.. 2331 Harrodsburg Road, Apt. 4, Lexington, 

278-693L 277-5122 
Lee. Charles J.. 315 Scott Avenue. Lexington, 252-3212 

(Bus.i 
Lee. Gary. Rt. 2. White Plains, 258-5569 
l^ee, Robert L., 6810 Dartmoor Drive, Louisville, 425-3863, 

895-2431 
Lee. Reggie. Rt. 2, White Plains. 258-8440 
Lefevers. Colman J.. Kettle Island. 337-3808 
Letevers. Keith. Kettle Island. 337-3808 
Leigh. Eugene F.. 506 17th Street. Corbin. 528-1501. 528- 

1212. Ext. 35 
Letcher. Ronnie. Rt. 2. Carlisle. 289-5573, 289-2208 
Levy, Arthur E., Box 74A, Mted, Rt. 2, Williamson, W. 

Va.. 237-1171. 237-1010 
Lewis. Kenny, Cecilia. 862-3.327 
Lewis, Tommy ■'Tick". 221 Michigan Avenue, Whitesburg, 

633-2336, 633-2114 
Lierheimer, Lawrence A.. Rt. 7. Bowling Green. 843-4875. 

343-9073 
Lightfoot. Terry. 67 Rossford Avenue. Ft. Thomas. 441- 

5327. 261-2980 
Lile. Clyde F.. 429 Henderson Drive, Hopkinsville, 886- 

5584. 886-4463 
LiUie. William Westlv. 3018 Taylorsville Road. Louisville. 

451-0562. 582-2658 
Lmder. Ricky. East View. 862-4625 
Lmette. Janies M-. 1601 Newburg Road. Louisville, 451- 

2394, 776-4651, Ext. 76 
List. Frank A.. 1626 Chapel Lane. Owensboro. 683-6569. 

635-3121 
Little. Mike. Lookout. 754-8377 

Littlepage. Pryce B.. 610 Oak Street. Madisonville. 821-1642 
Lloyd. David. 615 Elm Street. Ludlow. 581-1119. 441-7100 
Lockard. Lando, 88 Roselawn Drive, Independence, 

356-6325 
Loeser. Alan J.. 3824 Chatham Road, Louisville. 451-9084. 

5R7-1121. Ext. 450 
Logan. Doug. Box 684. Barbourville. 546-4883. 546-4883 
Long. George E.. II. Apt. C-25, 1346 Village Square, Lex- 
ington. 254-1934 
Long. James E.. Box 73, Baskett. 827-5000. 827-1868 
Long. Robert F., 664 Lombundv Drive, Lexington, 299-7226, 

252-2626 
Logan, Mike, Box 693, South Shore, 932-3997. 353-0090 
Louden. Hubert C. Box 75, Sulphur, 743-5297, 587-8411 
Loudv, Kenneth, Slemp, 675-3351, 675-3351 
Lovell, Montv Joe, 429 Oak Street, Richmond, 623-1304, 

623-4959 
Lovely, Johnnie, Box 14, Salversville, 349-2649. 349-2618 
Lowe, Gene T.. Rt. 6. Box 28. London. 864-.5724. 864-2207 
Lowe. James D.. Jr.. 119 Valleybrook Road, Bowling 

Green, 842-3734. 842-6515 
Luebbers. Leonard. 1147 Woody Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

471-3122 921-6430 
Lusbv, George, 615 Pueblo Trail. Georgetown, 863-1440, 

863-1170 
Lvkins, James O., 90 Allison Drive, Florence, 371-9531, 

371-6366 
Lykins, Leo. Jr.. Walkertown Station. Hazard 
McCargo. Frank, 1713 E. 9th Street, Hopkinsville, 886-1948, 

886-8176 
McCarlev, John W., Route i:2, Olmstead, 734-8393, 734-4621 
McCawlev, Jack D., 4921 Lila Avenue, Louisville, 935-3635 
McClain, Gerald L.. Route HI. Box 415. Mayfield, 247-2652, 

247-3101 
McConnaughhav, Clyde, 1122 Pawnee Trail, Apt. 11, 

Georgetown, 863-4249 803-3805 
McConnell. Michael J.. 4501 S. 6th St., Apt. 91, Louisville, 

366-9904, 583-6651, Ext. 264 
McCord. Floyd D.. 338 Scott Avenue, Paris, 987-1619 
McCoy. Garv Wendell, 666 Emerson, Lexington, 254-OB05, 

252-9094 
McCoy, Hayse, Box 265, Inez, 298-3417, 298-3417 
McCoy, Larry, 503 Wilderness Road. Louisville, 363-5180, 

459-8500 
McCubbin. Kent. Grecnsburg Street. Columbia. 384-4529, 

384-3341 
McCuiston, John Dale, Pembroke, 475-4232, 762-6701 
McDannold. Buddv. 340 Ridgewood Drive. Versailles. 873- 

5134. 266-1161 
McDonald. Walter D.. R.R. HI. Marion, 965-3447, 965-2248 



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McEldred. Charles G.. 212 Pocahontas Trail. Georgetown, 

863-0927. 863-0111 
McGeliee, Gordon. 733 Forest Lane. Covington. 261-6880. 

541-9987 
McGintv, L. V., Jr.. P. O. Bo.x 226, Pikeville. 437-4720. 

432-1226 
McGlasson. Galen, 212 North Bend Road. Hebron. 689-7330. 

689-7342 
McGlone, Maurice B., Route =6, C.vntliiana, 234-2716. 

234-3753 
McGlothlin. Leonard D. 1237 Gilbert Lane. Owensboro. 

683-5242, 683-2401, Ext. 518 
McGuire, Claude. 8204 Nottingham Parkway. Louisville, 

425-5321 
McKenzie. Dwight E.. 2834 1 2 Frankie, Ashland, 325-7081, 

324-2136, Ext. 44 
McKenzie, James. 608 Walnut. Flatwoods. 836-9140, 836-9933 
McKenzie. Robert L,. 1809 Chestnut Street, Kenova, W. Va. 
McLane. Albert I.. Route 5, Maple Lane, Elizabethtown. 

765-7391. 862-3924 
McLeod, Robert N.. 500 Bourne Avenue. Somerset, 678-5536. 

678-8155 
McMenama. John H., 717 Lancaster Coiut. Georgetown. 

863-3927. 863-3910 
McNeelv. Albert Thomas. P. O. Box 535. 301 N. Wilson. 

Morehead. 784-5814. 582-5757 
McPherson. Rav A., 355 Marniil Circle, So. Ft. Mitchell, 

341-4943 
McPike, Rav S . Jr.. 407 Theatre. Louisville. 451-3832. 585- 

2832 
McQuearv. Rollin. 315 Grant Street, ,Campbellsville, 

465-7973 
Madden, McElrov. 463 Lindberg Drive. Lexington. 255-6504. 

255-6504 
Maddox. Richard C, 249 Lawerence. Madisonville, 821-1841, 

821-3221 
Madon. Robert L., 314 Catalpa Street. Pineville, 337-2135, 

G64-4610 
Mames. George E,. 632 Mill Vale Drive. Lexington. 278- 

1984, 252-2361 
Mang, Berrv W.. Jr., 1624 Woodburn, Covington, 261-9932, 

632-8441 
Marcum, Bruce, 1037 W. 6th Street, Huntington, W. Va.. 

522-3669. 523-1974 
Marion. James L.. 1201 1/2 Herrington Avenue. Bowling 

Green. 781-1313. 651-5241 
Marlette. Ronald L,. 543 Buckman Street. Shepherdsville. 

543-7513 543-2210 
Martin. Billv. Main Street. Sharpsburg. 247-2681. 247-2421 
Martin, Charlie, Box 206, Sharpsburg, 247-2141 
Martin, Dennis W., McKmnev, 346-5376 
Martin, Donald. Route 1. Dry Ridge. 823-6221 
Martin. Harold, E., 267 Loudon Avenue, Lexington. 254- 

0489. 254-3816 
Martin. James T., McKee, 287-7947. 287-7947 
Martin. Woodv, Morgantown. 526-4758. 526-3384 
Mason. Gene A., Route 6, Mavfield, 247-7088 
Massie, David A.. 618 Ninth Street, Kenova, W. Va. 
Massie. Stephen M,, 10708 Milwaukee Wav. Vallev Station. 

937-4405 
Malhis. Mike. 3447 Foxcroft Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

522-9010. 562-6650 
Mattingly. Bernard. P O. Box 57. Hardinsburg, 756-5671 
Mattingly. James P.. Rt. 1. Box 49. Harned. 756-2359 
Maxev, Michael, Svmbol. 843-7191 

May, E. B.. Jr.. Box 185. Prestonsburg. 886-8661. 886-3414 
May. Larry. 59 W. 2nd Avenue, Williamson, W. Va.. 235- 

5306, 235-1400, Ext, 67 
Mayer, John P., 503 Fulton Avenue, Wurtland, 836-5931 

(Bus. I 
Maynard, James H., Box 292, Inez, 298-3848 
Maynard, Jim, Victoria Court, Apt. 47. Williamson. W. Va. 
Maynard. Kenneth. Box 2056. Pikeville. 432-1354, 432-1451 
Mavnard. Raymond Leon. Warfield. 395-5541 
Mavnard. William D.. Route =1, Kenova, W. Va.. 429-1660, 

525-7641, Ext. 252 
McLean. Gordon. Cody, 633-7595 
Meadors, William J., 1015 Magnolia Avenue, Bowling 

Green. 781-1319. 745-3347 
Meek. James D., 1825 Beech Street. .-Ashland. 325-4896. 

325-8511. Ext. 508 
Melear. Leland. 7306 Supremus Drive. Louisville. 935-3654, 

452-4048 
Melmige. James. Jr.. Box 2117. Williamson. W. Va. 
Melton. Bob. 1406 Young Street, Henderson. 827-9345. 

327-1838 
Menefee. Charles. P. O. Box 60. Hitchins, 474-9560 
Mereditli, Dennv E,, Jr., 5530 Indian Oak Circle Louisville. 

968-1793 
Meredith. Lannev C, Prosperity Route. Bee Spring, 592- 

3323, 843-9128 
Meredith. Wilmoth J., 5815 Noah Drive. Louisville, 447-0449 
Metzger. Don, 9312 Cloverwood. Fern Creek, 239-9813. 

239-9813 
Meyer, Raymond F,, 253 Van Voast. Bellevue, 261-3272. 

341-9309 
Middleton. Jolinnv, 209 Leimaur Drive, Richmond. 623-1682 
Milbern. Daniel L., 1049 Patricia Lane, Lexington, 255-5438, 

233-2000. Ext, 2143 
Milby, Gordon E., 5316 Matter Drive, Louisville, 447-5936 

935-5464 
Miles, John K., Jr.. 10709 Leelah Court, Vallev Station, 

937 0965, 452-3776 



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Miles, Robert J., 113 Mill Road. Evansville, Ind., 423-7419 
Miller, Bob, 197 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 441-5885, 635- 

2192 
Miller, Edward D., 6262 Rosalind Road, Huntington, W, 

Va., 736-5379 
Miller, James S.. 6809 Taffy Ann Drive. Louisville. 969- 

5935, 587-1361 
Miller, Ferrel, Route 1, Box 169. Murray, 435-5271, 435-5271 
Miller, Harold P., 103 E, 24th Street, Benton, 527-8749, 

395-7121, Ext, 2211 
Miller, Jerrv 2816 Goose Creek Road, Louisville, 426-2192, 

426-2000 
Miller, Victor L., 311 Sixth Street, Ravenna, 723-5488, 

723-3836 
Miller, William J.. 292 Highland Parkway, Frankfort, 223- 

5357. 223-2121. Ext. 40 
Mills. D. K.. 1706 1/2 W, Main. Murray. 753-9521 
Mitchell, Merrill. Kentucky Christian College, Grayson 
Moberlv, Harold F., 614 Cecil Way. Lexington. 277-3214. 

277-3214 
Mohr. Thomas W,. 7901 Alexandria Pike. Alexandria. 635- 

5385. 635-2191 
Monahan. Ed. 6629 Plantation Wav. Cincinnati, Ohio, 

521-6582. 681-8300 
Monks. Ronald E,. 6714 Cindy Drive, Louisville. 937-6222 
Montgomery. Chester. 128 Meadowbrook Drive. Bowling 

Green. 842-3214 
Mooneyhan. James H.. 810 Henrv Street. Franklin. 586- 

4989. 586-4451 
Moore. Donald. Calvert Citv. 395-4661. 395-4030 
Moore. Donald Ray, McKee, 287-7639 
Moore, Franklin. 5351 Whitmore Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

922-8317. 621-8770 
Moore Larrv. Highrail Trailer Pk,. Lot 48. Bowling 

Green. 842-6883 
.VIoore. Marvin. Box 2425. M. S. U,. Morehead. 784-6467. 

784-4992 
Moore. Richie. Rt, 3. Box 247. Mt. Vernon. Ind.. 874-2241. 

783-2513 
Moore. Robert. Jr.. 441 Forest Avenue. Erianger. 341-6837. 

563-1100 
Moorman. Michael Joseph. 805 Fifth Street. Carrollton. 

732-6106 
Moreland. Donald J,. 11 Lewis Street. Huntington. W, Va,. 

523-4226. 529-7171. Ext 235 
:\lorgan. Charles A.. Route 3. Clinton. 653-6973 
Morgan. George Robert. 202 Second St.. Apt. =7. Williams- 
burg 
Morgan. Richard. Rt, 6. Box 64. London. 864-6511. 864-6240 
Morrell. Louie Edwin, 2659 Kings Highway. Louisville. 

454-0437. 585-2251. Ext. 280 
Morns Larry. RR =1. Lewisport. 295-6673 
Morrow. Clarence E,. 311 Herron Avenue. Henderson. 

827-9589 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 N, Deepwood. Radcliff. 351-3748. 

624-4454 
Moser. Rudy Clay. Box 81. Corydon. 533-7491. 533-7491 
Mounts, David G,. 217 Marlene Drive. Evansville. Ind,. 

423-6930. 423-7832 
IMueller. Jack R, 4200 Leo Lane. Jeffersontown. 267-1459. 

636-1381 
Mullannix Walter Wavne. 3521 Rockv Hill Terrance. Lex- 
ington. 272-5153, 233-2000. Ext. 2395 
Mullms. Dwight. Route 3. Wavnesburg. 379-5475 
Mullins, Llovd G.. Whitesburg. 633-5015, 633-2221 
Murohv. Tom. 1002 Forest Hill Drive. Frankfort. 227- 

7956. 227-44,39 
Murrell- Allen Leslie. Bowling Green, 842-1286 
Murt, Gene T, 1106 Yarbro Lane. Paducah, 443-7950 
Napier, Charles Michael. Chavies. 436-4125. 436-3095 
Nethercutt. Bill. 82 Svcamore Street. Huntington. W. Va.. 

523-2112. 429-1381. Ext. 326 
Newcomb. Bobbv. 114 Sunset Drive. Campbellsville. 465- 

7552. 465-5461 
Newman, Bill. 2535 Ritchie Street. Portsmouth. Ohio. 

,353-6257 
Newman, Stejihen L.. Bogle Tr. Ct,. Lot =111. Bowling 

Green. 781-2721 
Newiiam. Larrv G,. 3219 N, Talbot =7. Erianger. 342-8300. 

261-9603 
•Mewsome. Ronald. 1407 Rochester. Middlesboro. 248-6572. 

248-1000 
Newsome. William. Jr.. Rt. 2, Grethel, 478-5508, 478-2255 
Newton. Dannv Lvnn. P. O, Box 64. Bagdad. 747-8450. 

747-8450 
Newton. John J.. 403 B Jarvis Avenue. Somerset. 679- 

2904. 679-4311 
Nicholls. Lewis Dunn. 1213 E. Main Street. Greenup. 

473-4281 
Nichols. Billv Joe. 313 East 6th Street. Russellville. 726- 

7330 
Nieland. Doug Rt. 5, Country Club Hts., Richmond, 623- 

7706 
Nixon, Larry D,, 400 Colonial Terrace, Hopkinsville, 886- 

2915, 885-8335 
Noel, John W., 31 E. 43rd. Street, Covington 291-7739, 

231-6685 
Norwood, Thomas R.. 811 Henrv Street. Franklin. 586- 

3614. 586-3541 
Nuiinelley. Steve Cynthiana Street, Williamstown. 824- 

4557, 824-4104 
Nuss, Albert M., 7706 Kim Drive, Louisville, 367-6791, 

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Oak. Dalton. 1108 Tillev Drive CarroUton. 732-6284. 732- 

5215 
Obel. Dave, 5627 Taylor Mill Road. Covington. 356-9527 
O'Connell Jim. 108 Mound Avenue. Milford. Ohio, 931- 

0744. 831-1900 
O'Keefe. Tom. 9358 Gina Drive. West Chester. Ohio. 

777-6897 563-0220 
Oldham. John H.. Box 254 EE. Prospect. 228-1698 
Oiler. Jerrv. 5406 Cranwood Lane. Louisville. 239-3976. 

459-1030 
Omer Harold G.. 150 N. Crestmoor. Louisville, 896-4170. 

778-1659 
O'Nan. Norman. Route =1. Henderson. 827-3968. 826-9578 
Orem. Dale Linton. 409 Chippewa. Jeffersonville. 283-8225 

636-4151 
Osborn, Philip C. 25 Colonial Oaks Court. Louisville, 

361-5975. 368-6519 
Osborne Robert Happy, 791 Mildred, Versailles, 873-5707, 

873-4889 
Osting. Lawrence J.. 1221 Bates Court, Louisville, 451-2070 
Overbey, Jerrv, R. F. D. 6. Murray, 436-2454, 753-1250 
Overton Frank, Jr., Box 36, Four Mile, 337-2026, 337-2435 
Owens. Bruce E., Box 917, Harlan, 573-1686. 573-1661 
Owens. Bruce V., Box 12. New Castle. 346-5348 346-8421 
Owens. Rov. London. 864-7489 

Pace, Donald, 2023 Deauville, Lexington, 252-6535. 255-0398 
Pack, James, Rt. 1, Box 80-A, Crestwood, 241-4032, 279-5269 
Pack, James R. Stambaugh, 265-4848, 789-5273 
Padgett, R. K., 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset, 678-5485, 

678-4141 
Page. James N., P. O. Box 64. Pineville 337-3814, 337-3314 
Pardue, Israel L., 1005 S. 28th Street, Louisville, 772-2488, 

774-6431 
Parker, Francis V. Rosemont Avenue. Providence. 667- 

2224. 639-2651 
Parkey, Cecil E.. 109 Greenwood Road, Middlesboro, 

248-6148, 445-4094 
Parks, Gary R.. Union City 623-7342, 623-1767 
Parrott, Lanny L., Box 174. Campbellsville, 465-8741. 465- 

8741 
Parsons. Kenneth. Lovall. 573-4258. 837-2502 
Partin. Boiling S.. Jr., 1435 S. Lime, Apt. 137, Lexington 
Patterson Bill. 257 Lake Street. Madisonville. 821-1359. 

821-68.33 

Patterson. Joe C. 737 Cloverdale Drive. Harrodsburg 

734-2119. 734-2119 
Patton. Charles W.. 545 S. Lafavette Street Beaver Dam. 

274-4412 
Paxton. Gary R.. Rt. 2. Versailles Road. Lexington. 252-0570 
Payne. Gayle. Belhlehem 878-5980 

Peay. Curtis E.. C-19. Bowling Green. 843-3616. 843-8171 
Peck. Guy D . R. F. D. 6. Box 219-B. Benton. 898-2707 

753-7111 
Pedigo. Albert M.. 317 E. Southside Court. Louisville 

368-1283. 459-5500. Ext. 248 

Peeler. Charles A. Winchester Apts. :S8. Murray 753- 

5833. 753-3540 
Peeno. Harry R. 124 Morris Road. Lookout Hts.. 331-1981 
Peeno. Larry N.. 118 Holiday Lane. Ft. Mitchell 341-8951. 

341-0216 
Pence. Cl.vde. Rt. 2. Hazard 
Pence. William Jerry. Douglas-Keen Hall W K U 

Bowling Green. 745-55C1. 745-5152 
Penner. Merritt D.. Jr.. Rt. 5 Box 332. Manchester. 598- 

3711 
Perkins. Ronnie L.. Upton. 373-5051. 769-2311 
Perry. James E. Rt. 6. Paducah. 554-2945. 554-4283 
Phelps. Ralph "Rudy". Box 84. Ashland. 836-3670. 851-1258 
Phelps. Ray. Box 533. Russell. 836-6646. 928-6533 
Philhppi. Jack. 3817 Feather. Erlaneer. 341-0162. 331-0080 
Phillips. Thomas M. Rt. 2. Box 474. Pikeville. 639-4152. 

432-3380 
Phipps. James M.. P. O. Box 285. Heidrick. 546-6344. 546- 

4185 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop Street Corbin. 528-6391 528- 

1630 
Pitman. Danny Phillip. Faubush. 871-3061 
Plummer. George M.. Box 125. Vanceburg. 796-2903 
Pope. Roy T.. Rt. 5. Box 183. London. 864-4039 
Poe. Thomas E., "Buddie". Rt. 2. Calvert City. 942-2112. 

Ext. 618 (Bus.) 
Pcpoas. Nickolas. 1996 Republic Drive. Dayton 277-2773. 

233-6431 
Porco. Kenneth John. 3D24 Layside Drive. Louisville. 459- 

3455. 458-3281 
Porter. Clarence. 3855 Grace Street. New Boston. Ohio. 

456-5015. 456-4559 
Powell. Billv R.. Box 504. Elkhorn City. 754-8702. 754-7981 
Power. Michael Joseph. 1306 N. Ann Drive Bardstown. 

348-6371 
Powers. Clark V.. 716 Link Avenue. Paris. 624-2214. 624- 

1231 
Powers. Elmer. 1017 North Mam Street Barbourville. 

546-6613. 864-2701 
Prater. Chris? L.. 7483 Greenwood Manor. Louisville. 935- 

1847. 778-4421. Ext. 276 
Prater. Billie J.. Rt. 3. Box 115. Ashland. 886-3059 
Prater. Rondel Rav. Hueysville, 358-4019. 285-3011 
Preece. John C. Kermit. W. Va.. .393-3251 
Presnell. Tommy P. O. 514. Versailles. 873-4745 
Preston. Allan Rav. 600 Gibson Avenue. Lexington. 254- 

0707 



Price. Don M.. Rt. 3, Box 386, Newburgh Ind., 853-5885, 

477-8944 
Price. Patrick E.. Rt. 2. Flemingsburg. 849-2118 
Price Terrv. Mt. Olivet. 724-3225 
Pilchard. Glenn W.. Warfield, 393-3250. 393-3200 
Primm. James T.. Lafavette Road. Hopkinsville. 885-9483 
Prince Billie Welton. Rt. 1. Clinton. 013-4167 
Protitt. Lawrence K.. Rt. 5. Winchester. 744-3409, 233-2000, 

Ext. 3291 
Prvor, Charles William, 8939 Applewood Drive, Cincin- 
nati Ohio, 791-0073 
Ptak. Robert Charles. 4636 Stonestreet Avenue, Apt. 1, 

Shively. 447-7244 
Purdv. Jesse W.. 5405 Johnsontown Road. Louisville, 937- 

5086 
Pvle John Wavne. 603 Las Vegas. Hopkinsville. 886-8197. 

798-3316 
Quehl, Harry "Bud". P. O. Box 309, Princeton, 365-2419. 

365-2620 
Quisenberrv. James M.. 1900 Farnslev Road, Apt. 9, Louis- 
ville 448-6152. 366-0940 
Racke. Jerrv W., Ill Orchard Lane, Alexandria. 635-2446, 

635-2191 ' 
Rader. James Douglas, Box 182, McKee, 287-7326 
Ramey Gary Garland, Rt. 1. Morehead. 784-5079 
Ramey, Herb. Farmers, 784-4724. 784-5792 
Ransdell, Mack. 511 East Walnut. Danville, 236-7582. 236- 

3190 
Rankin James, 1018 S. 29th Street. HI. Louisville, 778-8133 
Rathff, Johnny, Box 453, Paintsville. 297-4884. 789-3663 
Rathff. William Clayton. Fordsville. 276-5291. 276-3601 
Ravenscraft Glendon. 3 Arrowhead Drive, Alexandria. 

635-4109, 635-2195 
Redle, Joel Edward, 6003 Applegate Lane, Louisville. 969- 

7276. 452-4902 
Redman. Melvin. Rt. 3. Mt. Vernon Ind.. 783-2276, 838-3791 
Redman. Carl J., Rt. 4, Mt. Vernon. Ind.. 838-4632. 838-4468 
Reed Andrew J.. Elsie. 349-2899 
Reed. Charles R., 102 Elizabeth Street. Versailles. 873-4213. 

252-1122 
Reed. Stephen C. Elsie. 349-2485 
Reed. William F. Sr.. 1665 Gavle Drive. Lexington. 299- 

2973. 2.52-3452 
Rees. Gavle H.. 1829 Dalna Drive. Lexington. 299-7316. 

299-1221. Ext. 2118 
Reeves. Curtis R. 112 Londonderry. Lexington. 252-1626. 

254-6412. Ext. 330 
Reherman. Fred. 3616 Breeland Avenue. Louisville, 425- 

9231. 425-5076 
Reihing. Dan. P. O. Box 582 Shepherdsville. 543-2633, 543- 

2633 
Rcinhardt, Mvron S., Rt. 2, Box 248, Alexandria. 635-5724, 

635-9113 
Reliford. Paul G. 4130 Cabell Street. Ashland. 325-7457 
Reule. Ron. Box 113, Crestwood 
Rexroat. Jerr.v L.. 7424 Jamaica Drive. Louisville, 935-2116, 

447-3221 
Reynolds Thomas K.. 5211 Russett Blvd., Apt. #3, Louis- 
ville, 968-1655 
Rhodes. Cecil. Barbourville. 546-4777 
Rice. William L.. 3011 Jefferson Avenue. Evansville. Ind. 

477-3676. 425-4309 
Rich. Dennis W.. Box 5. Verona 485-7233. 331-0670 
Richeson. King. Midway Jr. College. Midway. 846-4040 
Ricketts. Donald R. 325 Audubon Drive. Mt. Vernon, 

838-5206 
Riggs. Floyd L.. Rt. 8. Box 400. Evansville. Ind.. 867-3090. 

425-3346 
Rilev" Kenneth W.. McKee. 287-7955. 287-7161 
Rinehart. Donald M.. Rt. 1. Campbellsville. 465-3119 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Pkwy. Lexington. 299-7089 255- 

8492 
Rister. Edgar L.. Box 213. Garrett. 358-4428 358-4428 
Ritter. Goebel. Cornelia Avenue. Whitesburg. 633-7164 

633-4455 
Roark. Forrest Glen. Box 510. Rt, 3. Chambersburg Penn.. 

263-5972. 299-1221. Ext. 3201 
Robbins. Gerald C. 103 Gaile Morris Ct. Wilmore. 858-3078 
Roberts. Charles B.. 606 N. 34th Street. Louisville. 459- 

6576. 774-5766 
Roberts. Donald G. Lexington Road. Harrodsburg. 734- 

4765. 734-3673 
Roberts. Gerald. 3432 Lansdowne Drive. Lexington. 272-4205 
Robinson. D Blake. P. O. Box 2462 Pikeville. 432-3269. 

437-4234 
Robinson. Don L.. 2012 Poplar Street. Kenova. W. Va., 

453-3860 529-7191 
Robinson Harvey Lewis, Box 579, Pikeville, 432-2895. 

432-2592 
Robinson. Larry Gene. West Van Lear. 789-8332 
Robinson, Ted, 2612 Lincoln Avenue, Ashland, 324-8843 
Rodgers, Tom H. 327 N. Scott. Madisonville. 821-7312, 

338-3800 
Roe, Dovle "Buddy", Jr.. Isom. 633-2973. 633-2339 
Roesel. Joseph. 429 Pickett Drive Lookout Hgts.. .331-1880. 

581-1322. Ext. 231 
Rogers. Eldridge. 310 Talbert. Hopkinsville. 885-5571. 886- 

3921 
Rogers Howard D.. 17 Maryland. Winchester. 744-1785. 

299-1221. Ext. 4111 
Roeckers. Bernie. 2738 Caledon Lane. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

231-2603 831-2990 
Rogers, Seibert A. Prestonsburg. 886-6297. 886-3438 



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Roller. Otis C 808 Chamberrv Drive, Louisville. 895-6356. 

587-1121. Ext. 396 
Rose. Jim Pippa Passes. 785-3264. 785-3427 
Rose. Ronald. 731 Hopeful Road. Florence. 283-1647. 371- 

3656 
Rose. Walter "Scotty", Box 54 Hazel Green. 662-4516, 

668-3085 
Rosen. William H.. Box 2197. Williamson. W. Va.. 237-1092 
Ross. Jackie A. Paintsville. 789-3478 
Rudd. Terry. Rt. 4. Benton. 354-8264 
Ruggles. James Gavlord. P. O. Box 274. Monroe City Ind., 

743-4721. 726-4450 
Runvon. Tommv Dean. Box 181. Belfrv, 353-7916 353-7883 
Russell. Howard C, Rt. 2, Box 210-A, Leitchfield 259-4304, 

259-3147 
Russell. Jake. 128 North Main. Hartford. 298-3585 274-3366 
Russman. Godfrev F., Jr.. 1041 Goss Avenue, Louisville 

969-2175. 635-7426 
Rutherford. Floyd. Box 151. Belfry 353-4248 
Sagers. Robert M.. 494 Morrvue Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

922-8230, 721-5240 Ext. 33 
St. Clair. Robert L.. 4306 Leaf Dr.. Louisville. 361-2493. 

366-0326. Ext. 220 
Salver. Henrv E,. 4817 Bluebird Avenue, Louisville. 969- 

6371. B34-1531 Ext. 60 
Sammons. Terrv L.. 4308 Burnt Cedar Lane. Louisville. 

964-0852. 587-1121. Ext. 252 
Sams. Glenn. Auburn 542-6139. 843-1183 
Sanderson. William F.. Box 145. Wliitlev Citv. 376-8293 
Sanduskv. Jerrv. Route =1. Libertv 787-7742. 787-7484 
Saylors. Carlee. Route 6. Murrav. 753-7979. 924-5602 
Scalf, Dean Stanville. 478-5541 
Scent. James Albert. 250 Cumberland Avenue. Barbour- 

ville. 546-4380 
Schad. Jim. 816 Yorkhaven Road, Springdale. Ohio 825- 

3343. 825-3397 
Schildmeyer. Paul F.. 514 Church Street. Cincinnati. Ohio 

751-3951. 241-2166 
Schleicher. Richard L,. Route =2. Borden. Ind. 246-3232, 

582-5610 
Schmidt. Thomas C . Sr.. 6710 Bahama Lane. Louisville. 

969-7780 532-5521 
Scott. Emanual. 1614 Potter Place. Cincinnati. Ohio. 281- 

6928. 961-0022 
Scott. Jerrv. 1122 Spendthrift. Lexington 272-1220. 278-9348 
Scott. Travis Paul. Garlin Route. Columbia. 384-2937. 

384-2933 
Scott. W. L. 1816 McDonald Road. Lexington. 278-2844, 

254-1313 
Scott. Willie L.. 217 Showalter. Georgetown. 863-3757. 863- 

3321 
Sears. Wilson. 445 Tailridge Road. Brandenburg 422-2805. 

422-3214 
Seavers. Joe. 2517 Ann Street. Ludlow. 341-0213. 291-8925 
Selvv. Curt 103 Steele. Corbin. 528-4677. 528-4677 
Serev. George E.. Jr.. 911 Chippowa Drive. Ashland. 324- 

5768. 325-8511. Ext. 509 
Sesher. James 7091 Manderlav Drive. Florence. 371-8128. 

721-8711 
Settle. Rov G.. 2586 Windsor Avenue. Owensboro. 683-0008. 

683-5311 
Sexton. Forre.st K.. Box 318. Monticello 348-8358 
Sharp. Llovd. 314 N. 25th. Middlesboro. 248-6847. 248-1000 
Sharp. Ronnie 121 South 21st. Middlesboro. 248-3316. 

337-3093 
Shaver. Perrv A.. P. O, Box 154, Bremen. 525-3493, 754-4541 
Shaw. Don. 605 Bell Avenue Campbellsville. 485-8631, 

465-8158 
Shaw. Earl. 121 Hagan Court. Lancaster. 792-2370. 548-3391 
Shaw. James Kellv. Box 163. Eddyville. 388-7913. 685-2911 
Shearer. Robert L . 536 Charlemagne Blvd.. Elizabethtown. 

769-1883. 765-5237 
Shemwell. Bobbv W.. Route =7 Glenview Drive Glasgow 

678-4339. 651-3911 
Shewmaker. Treffert. 634 Longview. Lexington. 277-9117 
Shiop. David E.. 16 E. Southgate. Ft. Thomas. 781-1163 
Shope. Lowell M.. P. O. Box 265. South Webster. Ohio. 

778-2425. 259-23.56 
Showalter John. 116 Military. Georgetown 
Shuck. Tom G.. 2073 Williamsburg. Lexington. 277-8780. 

254-0593 
Shumaker. Thurman. Route -2 Princeton. 365-9179. 762- 

4624 
Simons, Rav D., 31 Overlook Avenue, Cliff side Park, 

N. J.. 941-3194. 837-2672 
Sims Frank D.. 5400 Billtown Rd., Jeffersontown, 964- 

6493, G34-1531. Ext. 373 
Sims. Tom. Route 5. Hillcrest. Richmond. 623-2793. 623-1530 
Suiger Tonv. RR. =1. Cecilia. 862-4358. 769-2311 
Singleton. Bobbv. 5711 Omega, Louisville, 937-4712. 452- 

3673 
Singleton, Jerry Lake, Route 1, Rockport 274-4816 
Singleton, Leon R.. 265 Boiling Springs, Lexington, 255- 

5143. 233-2000. Ext. 3643 
Sizemore. Aster. 29 Sunvallev Terrace. Hazard. 436-3402, 

436-2107 
Skaggs, Bobbv L., Rt. =4 Box 335. Russel] Springs. 865- 

4342 
Skaggs. Robert L.. P. O. Box 372. Leitchfield, 259-3438, 

259-4144 
Slaughter, Donnie E. 326 Yeaman. Henderson, 827-3689 
Slone, Ercel E.. Neon. 855-9491 
Smallwood. Orville. Rt. 4. Box 268. London, 864-2716 



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Smallwood, Talmadge A., Stanton, 663-2096 
Smith, Bennv Rt. 3. Box 45. Manchester, 598-2461, 598-2461 
Smith, David W.. 7601 Garrison Road. Louisville, 361-4051 
Smith, Garv U., 107 St. Marvs', Waverly Ohio, 947-4627, 

947-2153 
Smith. James Gavle. Box 202. Burlington. 586-6048 
Smith. James H.. Rt. 1 Box 437. South Shore. 932-4497 
Smith. Robert L.. Rt. =1. Rolling Hills. Somerset, 679- 

2370. 679-1441 
Smitli. Rov M., Ned, 666-7775 iBus.l 
Smith. Thomas W.. 2915 Sheldon Road. Louisville. 458- 

3934. 583-4871 
Smith. Virginia Lee. Route 1, Baxter, 573-2488 
Smith, Wavne N.. 313 Beechwood Drive, Campbellsville, 

465-5268, 384-2751 
Smith, Willard N.. P. O, Box 23. Campbellsville, 465-5339, 

465-4191 
Smith, William E.. 4122 St. John's Terrace, Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 791-3082, 853-3544 
Smith, Wilhe F.. 201 Graham. South Fulton. Tenn., 479-1791 
Smith. Wmfred Clark. Rt. 1. Box 430. Hazard 
Snelling. Kennv. 823 Brawner Street. Frankfort 227-6081, 

254-6666 
Snodgrass. Jack D.. 272 Foote. Bellevue. 291-0559, 431-5595 
Snow James A.. R. R. 1. Williamstown. 824-2771. 371-0070 
Snow. Robert. R. R. =2. Williamstown. 824-4940. 371-1221 
Somerville. Robert J.. 6852 Greenmeadow Circle, Louis- 
ville 895-8003, 583-3859 
Soper. Clvde B.. Main. P.O. Box 111, Millersburg, 484-3487 
Spear. James E.. 620 Pollard Road, Apt. 5 Ashland, 324- 

4910 
Spencer, Irv., Rt. 1. Old State Road, Brandenburg, 422- 

3294. 937-2300 
Spiceland. S. E.. 305 S. 13th Street. Murrav. 753-2811, 

762-3382 
Spivev. Ronald Lee. 118 Baughman Avenue. Danville. 236- 

6144. 236-6144 
Spoonamore. Jim. Ill Pettus Court, Stanford, 365-2348 

233-2000. Ext. 2162 
Spurlin. Gavlan. Rt. 1. Greenville. 338-3255. 338-3255 
Stacv. Donnie R.. Rt. 4. Box 27, Blue Diamond, 436-6330, 

436-6330 
Stagnolia. Eugene, 308 N. Y. Road. Cumberland. 589-2344. 

589-4625 
Slasnolia. Reecie. Jr., Lvnch. 848-2884. 848-5450 
Stanlev. James H. 105 Cherrv Street. Pineville. 337-3900. 

337-2510 
Stallard. Nathan H.. P. O. Box 423. Evarts. 837-2226. 573- 

9038 
Stark Douglas. Ht 2. Bedford. 255-7189 

Staten. Gordon L.. Jr.. Rt. 2. Falmouth. 654-8660. 654-3977 
Steely. Robert. Box 705. Hazard. 436-2400. 436-2131 
Stephens. Earl T.. 811 Raceland Avenue. Raceland. 836- 

9797. 932-3232 
Steenken. William R., 1636 Highland Pike, Covington, 

331-3789. 431-3108 
Stepliens. Herbert D., 133 1st. Street West. Ceredo. W. 

Va.. 453-2528. 429-1381. Ext. 270 
Steohens Robert Gene. 100 E. Lees Wav. Lexington. 

254-4793 
Stephenson. Harrv S.. 1612 Hawthorn. Lexington, 299-1757, 

233-8310 
Stethen, Jim. Box 134. Bedford. 255-3285 
Stevens. James L.. 110 Hainbv Avenue. Dawson Springs. 

797-2966. 797-2017 
Stevenson. Michael G.. Rt. 3. Russellville. 726-9706. 726-9705 
Stewart. Eddie. Box 257. Lanslev. 285-3054 
Stew ait. James R . 2164 Sherwood. Louisville. 459-2329 
Stiff. Maurice E.. 2150 Glenworth Avenue. Louisville. 

454-7808. 585-2995 
Stikeleather. Clvde L.. 730 School Street. Leitchfield. 259- 

3885. 259-3161 
Stinson. Charles L.. 105 Bedford Court. Horse Cave. 786- 

2663. 786-2388 
Stoess. Henrv L.. 314 Kavanaugh Road. Crestwood. 241- 

4196. 451-0412 
Stokes. Robert K.. 2725 Hillview Drive. New Albanv Ind.. 

945-9014. 637-0411 
Stone, Sidney P.. 318 E Waller. Morganfield. 389-3962. 

389-1531 
Stouo. Robert. 776 Washmgton. Flatwoods. 836-8423. 325- 

8511. Ext. 309 
Stout. Robert C. 116 Montgomery Avenue, Versailles, 

873-3473 
Strain. Richard P.. P.O. Box 472. Radcliff. 351-4306 624- 

2214 
Stratman. Richard A.. 3035 Rosedale Blvd.. Louisville, 

459-5361, 635-6459 
Straus William. 212 Culpepper. Lexington. 266-6349. 252- 

2275 
Streible. Ronnie D.. 306 Chervl Avenue. Vine Grove, 

877-5891 
Strong, Arnett. 116 Kentucky Blvd.. Hazard, 436-3938. 

436-2141 
Strong Charles E.. Jr.. 4597 Orange Drive. Louisville. 

964-3698 
Strong. Logan. Haddi.x 
Stuart. Tefrance R.. 909 Orchard Drive. Russellville. 726- 

6492. 726-2471 
Stump. Phillip C. 105 Richmond Street. Lancaster. 792- 

3143. 792-3491 
Sucietto. Dick. 6572 Gaines Road. Cincinnati. Ohio. 521- 

7495. 761-4130 Ext. 310 



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SulUvan. Dan L., 307 Ludford. Ludlow, 431-5949, 261-8211 

Sumner. Carl. 3133 Doreen Way, Louisville 

Swarts, Joseph. 135 Lane Street. Coal Grove, Ohio, 532- 

9349 
Swope. Tom. 303 Dayton Pike. Dayton, 441-6285 
Szymanskv, Roger "Nick". 2105 Ronnie Avenue, Louisville. 

448-4658. 448-7212 
Tackett, Arcliie, Inez, 298-3445, 788-3627 
Tacketl, Paul Bennett. Box 96, Canada 
Tapscott. Ozzie. 2316 Seneca Lane. Paducah. 554-2606 
Tarvin, Roger W.. 3417 Cintonva Drive Erlanger. 342- 

8447. 341-76.50 
Taylor. Aubrev. Meta. 432-.3354, 432-3035 
Taylor. Dan C. Jr. Letcher, 633-2524 (Bus.) 
Tavlor. Donald Dean. 1594 Belmar Drive. Louisville. 454- 

0979, 637-6511, E.\t. 34 
Tavlor, Ed, 435 North 41st Street, Louisville, 772-0126, 

584-6311 
Tavlor, Jesse, Rt. 2, Box 354-A, Middlesboro, 248-3953, 

248-1331 
Tavlor, Jim, 8304 Glaser Lane, Fern Creek, 239-8785, 587- 

1121. Ext. 265 
Tavlor. John O.. 803 E. Drive, Box 48. Danville, 236-3915, 

?36-3181 
Taylor. Paul F.. 1072 Armstrong Mill. Lexington. 272-2508, 

254-6666 
Teague. Donald A.. Box 192. Nortonville, 676-3206 
Tegethoff. Kenneth E., Rt. 2. Box 228. Henderson. 827-3944 
Thomas. Billv. 2333 Quinn Drive, Louisville, 448-1463, 

366-9561, Ext. 448 
Thomas. Frank M.. 629'2 S. 44th Street. Louisville. 774- 

2624 
Tiiomas. Paul E.. Franklin Furnace. Ohio, 574-5766 
Thomas, Phillip D.. Rt. 5. Winchester. 744-3801. 744-9018 
Thompson. David T.. 1592 Alexandria it44. Lexington. 

277-0021 
Thompson. Houston. 513 East 20th. Covington. 581-8594. 

2G 1-4425 
Thompson. Jack. 2347 Saratoga Drive. Louisville. 452-9255 
Thompson. Kenneth E.. 4201 Pine Street. New Boston, 

Ohio. 456-4032. 456-4626 
Thompson. Larrv. Box 36. Mt. Sterling. 498-3346. 498-2660, 

Ext. 76 
Thompson. Ronnie. Zebulon. 432-1942 
Thompson. Thomas A.. 3435 Greentree Road. Lexington. 

272-1025, 564-6727 
Tliompson, Thomas D.. 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell. 

341-1809. 581-1322. Ext. 211 
Thornsberrv. Garv. 1024 Main. Sturgis. 753-9400, 333-2243 
Thornton, Brvce. 1115 Forest Court. Ashland 325-3646. 

923-6414 
Thornton. Michael .A.. 1115 Forest Court. Ashland, 325- 

3646 
Tiernev, Larrv Wavne, Revnolds Station 233-4028 
Tillerv, Jim, "ill Hollv Street, Berea. 986-8523, 623-1340 
Tinslev, Marion F.. Box 447 Central Citv, 754-3608, 754- 

4870 
Tolle, Charles W,, 604 Skvview Drive, Cvnthiana. 234- 

3351, 234-2010 
Towler, Stephen W., Rt. 2 Box 467, Ashland, 928-9944, 

836-3531 
Toy, Charles K.. Rt. 4. Mt. Sterling. 498-1900 
Toy. Johnson Donnv. Box 164, Flemingsburg 849-2268, 

845-2551. Ext. 241 
Trapp. Charles. 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria. 635-9250. 

6.35-9250 
Trapp Ra\'niond H.. 1414 Sweetser Avenue. Evansville. 

Ind.. 476-5843. 425-3501 
Trimble. James D.. Frenchburg. 768-3282 
Trin.er. Norman E.. 1927 Taffeta Drive, Vallev Station, 

937-4452 896-9330 
Triplett. Herbert W., Rt. 1. Mt. Sterling, 498-2520, 233- 

2000, Ext. 3492 
Trombley. Norman J.. Jr.. 3685 King Arthur Circle Lex- 

meton. 272-1100. 254-3358 
Turley. Rov M.. Jr. Rt. 1. Baugh Street Berea. 986-4878 
Turner. Lonnie. Rt. 2. Campbellsville. 465-6477 
Tuttle Quinton L. Rt. 1 Box 494. Pikeville. 432-3566 
Tyre. Don C. 316 Senate Drive, Frankfort, 223-3668, 254- 

6612, Ext. 277 
Urlage. Richard. 822 Highland Avenue Ft. Thomas. 441- 

5513. 471-8120 
Vanhook. Samuel. Rt. 3. Cvnthiana. 234-23.36, 234-3253 
Vanover, J. W.. Jackhorn. 855-2441. 633-2168 
Vanover. Wilev G.. Jackhorn. 855-2441. 669-6194 
Vanzant. Jim. Box 602. Williamson. W. Va. 235-1443. 235- 

4244 
Varble. William. 3108 Widgeon Avenue. Louisville. 635- 

6930. 772-2509 
Varner Ray G.. 737 Kingston Road. Lexington. 299-4145, 

299-1221. Ext. 5241 
Vermillion. C. D.. 112 Jesson Avenue. Corbin. 528-2942, 

.'i28-5390 
Vescovi. Raymond B., 3525 Laurel Avenue, Evansville 

Ind.. 423-8144. 963-3.366 
Vest. Jev.ell. 667 Emerson. Lexington. 254-2025 299-1221, 

Ext. 6169 
Vest. Thomas. Rt. 2. Hazel Green. 725-5383 
Villines. Barry. Rt. 1. Providence. 664-2779 
Vinciguerra. Philip. Pikeville College. Pikeville. 426-4532. 

432-3161. Ext. 2in 
Vinson. Ray. Rt. 4 Campbellsville. 465-8625. 465-8625 



Vories. Dick. 1211 Wilson Road. Bellevue, 781-1391, 786- 

3033 
Wagner, Marvin Rudy, Rt. 1 Box 445, Pikeville, 437-4611, 

432-3380 
Wagoner, Robert G.. 523 Dobbin Drive. Paris, 987-5535, 

293-1221, Ext. 6169 
Walker. James C. Rt. 1. CUnton. 653-4149. 653-2451 
Wallace. Curt, 107 Wallace Avenue, Somerset, 679-3856, 

679-1574 
Wallen, Howard W,, Williamsport, 789-3066, 789-4890 
Waller, Bobbie E., 309 Strathmore. Lexington. 299-6123, 

299-6123 
Wallin. Charles Jr., 668 Northside Drive. Lexington. 299- 

8639. 299-1221, Ext. 6169 
Walters. Darwin, 507 Kellv Street, Cawood, 573-4885. 573- 

1950 
Walton, Rov, 2148 Lakeside Drive, Lexington, 266-5348, 

272-1611 
Ward, Donald E., Milo. 298-3502. 298-3471 
Ward, Randv, Buckingham, 377-6317 (Bus.) 
Ward. Sam. 533 Maple Street, Georgetown, 863-3531, 255- 

1412 
Ward. Robert L., 2040 Washington, Henderson. 827-3805, 

827-3810 
Wayne, Bill T.. Rt. ]. Box 501. Henderson 
Weathers. Charles, 3719 Vermont, Louisville, 775-6801, 

582-2613 
Weaver, Ray M.. 3117 Bernard Drive. Edgewood. 341-2610, 

341-8066 
Weaver, Clyde Ivan, Box 254, Williamson, W. Va. 
Webb. Albert Nevell, 244 Wavne Street. Manchester, 598- 

2745 598-3444 
Weber, Thomas C, 1967 Goldsmith Lane, Louisville, 459- 

2733 
Wedding, Tommv. Rt. 1, Morganfield, 568-2833 
Weiner, Dick, 1518. Corvallis. Cincinnati. Ohio. 821-2568. 

761-4130. Ext. 264 
Welch. Donald G.. 1514 Fisher Avenue, CarroUton, 732- 

5575. 732-4346 
Welch. Robert J.. Jr.. 1406 Beech Avenue. Cincinnati, 

Ohio, 471-3408, 281-0783 
Wells, Glenn, 517 Edgar Court, Erlanger, 341-0481, 872- 

5764 
Wells, Wavne. 910 Gardenia Avenue. Campbellsville. 465- 

8434. 465-87.36 
Weltv. Beerv N.. Rt. 2. Bedford. 255-4455 
Wemhoener. James M.. P.O. Box 94. Fordsville. 276-5122 
Werner. John M.. 2001 Collier Road. Henderson. 826-2593 
Weslev. Loval Rav. Vallev View Sub Division, Science 

Hill 
West. Jack L.. Rt. 3. Mavsville. 759-7599. 564-5524 
West. John F,. Rt. 4. Hickman. 236-3295. 236-2521 
Westerfield, Dwieht. Box 201. Irvineton. 547-9946. 756-5046 
Westerfield. James C. Rt. 1. Box 312 Manchester. 598- 

2693, 598-3138 
Wever. James G-. 42 Scenic View Drive. Ft. Thomas. 

781-2220, 341-5800 
vvlialen. William C . Rt. 1. Mavsville. 564-3942. 564-3461 
Wheeler. Resvie. Rt. 3. West Liberty. 522-4496. 743-3705 
Whitaker. Darrell. Rt. 3. Box 25. Somerset 679-1271 
Wliite. Roger C. 4121 Eden Lane. Louisville, 448-4720 
White, Wifliam L.. Box 284 Town Br. Road. Manchester. 

598-5194 598-2194 
Whitlev. James. 208 Cranewood Drive, Trenton, Ohio, 

988-6740. 771-8200 
Whitmer. Georce Wendall. Jr.. 2210 Donna Blvd., Louis- 
ville. 934-8389. 451-9111 
Whitt. Jim N.. Matewan. W. Va.. 426-8025 
Whitt. Jimmv E.. Sandv Hook. 738-5471 
Wihebrink. James. 138 Fairfield. Bellevue. 261-3710. 751- 

2667 
Wiicher. Jerrv H.. P.O. Box 177. McKinney 
Wi'cox. Ursal Rav. Auxier. 886-3329. 789-8211. Ext. 217 
Wilev. Rodnev. Estill. 358-4830. 358-2031 

Williams. Bennv Dawn. Rt, 3. Philpot, 729-4566, 684-4221 
Williams, Buford, Jr.. Box 98. Rt. 1, Jackson, 666-5738 
Williams, Roger, McKee, 287-7929 

Williams. Roger. 4^4 Bond Street. Richmond. 623-3126 
Wniiams, Jack. 323 Steele. Frankfort, 223-5078. 564-5586 
Williams. Robert L. 1118 Pawnee Trail. Georgetown. 863- 

0450. 277-6115. Ext. 394 
Williams. Tom G.. 129 Maple Grove Court, Bardstown. 

348-3079 
Williamson. Fred. 1059 New Circle Road, Lexington, 255- 

4939 252-5555 
Wilson, ' Gerald, Box 114, Hazel Green, 662-4085 
Wilson, Philip, V. S. Navy Comm. Sta., Box 10-300. F.P.O. 

Seattle. Washington 
Wilson. Wendell. Helton, 374-3384, 374-3388 
Winchester. Rov L.. Bethlehem 878-4102. 346-8761 
Winders. Bobhv G.. Rt. 1. Wliite Plains. 676-3901. 676-3443 
Winfrev. Shelliv. 315 Sharon Drive. Campbellsville. 465- 

8.392, 465-8392 
Wingfield, Felix G., 1132 E. Parkway. Louisville. 636-2282. 

772-2531 
Winnecke. John E.. 1502 Brentwood. Owensboro. 684-2604, 

684-8804 
Wireman, Chalmer, Box 152, Inez, 298-7932, 437-7311 
Wise, Jack, 209 Pocahontas. Georgetown, 863-3948, 863- 

0772 
Wiseman, David Earl, 2110 Gaulbert, Louisville, 778-7623 
VVitten, Clifford, Wurtland Avenue, Wurtland, 836-8806 



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Witten, Hershel D.. 10308 W. Manslick Road, Fairdale. 

366-0658. 368-8445 
Wolfe, Lanv Alan, Rf. 1. Box 192-A, Rolling Piairic, 

Ind., 77R-207P 
Wolfe, Paul Allen. TO.'^ Godman, Falmouth, 654-5.341. 824- 

4461 
Wolford, James Burton, CP.O. 2233, Berea, 986-8976, 

986-8976 
Wood, Garv Lee, 116 Warrendale Avenue, Georgetown, 

863-4569, 863-4569 
Wood, Randall, Rt. 5, Falmouth 654-8426 
Woods. Gene B.. 1510 Story. Murray. 753-8718, 395-4180 
Woolwine. James C. 4805 Penna. Street. S. Charleston, 

W. Va., 768-8058. 744-1581. Ext. 7252 
Wooton, George B., 96 S. Rosemont, Providence, 667-2932, 

667-2613 
Wright, H. W., Jr.. 1434 Hobart Drive, Louisville, 368- 

2797, 587-1151, Ext. 640 
Wright, Jim, 121 Showalter Drive, Georgetown, 863-3628, 

233-2000, Ext. 2520 
Wright. John David. Ponderosa Mobile Home Ranch, Rt. 

4. Georgetown, 885-9915. 886-3921 
WuLteck. Jim. 3125 Lawrence Drive, Ft. Mitchell, 342- 

8225, 341-5351 
Wvatt, Henrv, Rt. 5, Bourbon Hills Drive. Paris, 987-1360, 

254-6412 
Yarbrough, Roy D., Jr.. 197th Military Police Detachment, 

Confinement Facility. Fort Sill. Oklahoma 
Yates. Virgil. 220 Circle Drive, Fulton Tenn.. 479-1886, 

479-1441 
Yewell, Morgan R.. Jr.. 475 Flamingo Avenue. Frankfort. 

875-2745, 258-8882 
Young, Cohn R., Pikeville College, Pikeville, 437-4159, 

432-3161 
Young, Jim, Box 586, Elkton, 265-5382, 265-2506 
Young. Michael Anthony, 877 Donaldson Road, Erlanger, 

283-2812 
Zachary, David A., Cliffwav Drive, Carlisle, 289-2398, 289- 

5122 
Zibart, Sig, Jr., 8905 Pine Lake Drive, Louisville, 267- 

7990. 587-1121. Ext. 441 
Zimmerer. Raymond, 4005 Prince Lane Jeffersontown, 

267-6979. 368-1381 
Zlamal, Raymond K., Cooperstown RHB #14, Lexington 
Zogg, Joe F., Box 1218, Owensboro 683-0152, 683-6425 



FILMS 

(Continued from Inside Front Cover) 

OFFICIAL BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, color, 
$1.00 

Informative and entertaining play situations 
used to depict official rules interpretations cover- 
ing the phases of batting, pitching, base running, 
fielding and umpiring. Stimulates interest and 
knowledge for fans, players, officials and baseball 
administrators. 

PITCHING STARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $1.00. 

Shows four of the leading pitchers in action. 
Types of pitches and methods of practice are por- 
trayed. 

PLAY BALL, SON, j-s, 11/2 reels, $2.50 

Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a 
group of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts 
in baseball. Correct methods of hitting, catching, 
and throwing are demonstrated in natural and 
slow-motion. Based on book by Bert V. Dunne. 

THROWING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion, close-up and stop photography 
are used in presenting the basic fundamentals of 
throwing in baseball. Instructions are given for 
the overthrows, three-quarter side, side, and 
underhand throws. Coordination of foot and arm 
motion is stressed, as well as coordination of the 
body as a whole. 

TOUCHING ALL BASES, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $1.00 

This film is intended to teach youngsters base- 
ball by showing various American League stars 
playing their positions. It is also intended to give 
fans as a whole a better understanding and knowl- 
edge of the national pastime. The film shows 
Father Flanagan and his Boys Town team, the 



Hall of Fame Ceremonies in Cooperstown, N. Y., 
and scenes from night baseball games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1954, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Highlights of the game between the Cleveland 
Indians and the New York Giants are shown in 
this film. The Giants, sparked by the sensational 
hitting of Rhodes, defeated the Indians in four 
straight games. The Indians had set a record for 
the number of games won in winning the Ameri- 
can League pennant. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1955, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.0 

Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Yankees 
are shown in this film. The commentary leading 
up to each game makes the film interesting as the 
Dodgers win the world championship. 

THE UMPIRE IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
$1.00 

Summarizes importance of the umpire to the 
baseball game. Explanation of the duties of the 
umpire and also qualifications for job, showing 
where they receive their training. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1957, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $1.00 

The American League champion New York 
Yankees carry the series the full seven games be- 
fore bowing to the Milwaukee Braves, champion 
of the National League. The film catches most of 
the hitting and shows the plays in which runs 
were scored in each game. The narrator. Lew 
Fonseca, describes the play and fills in the back- 
ground with interesting bits of information con- 
cerning the game. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1959, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

The highlights of the six games played in the 
series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the 
Chicago White Sox are shown in this film. The 
Dodgers won the series by defeating the White 
Sox four games to two. Most of the scoring plays 
are filmed, along with many of the outstanding 
defensive plays. The color that goes with these 
games is captured in the film, 

WORLD SERIES OF 1960, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 
Min.), color, $1.00 

Exciting moments of the seven games between 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
carried the series its full seven games before bow- 
ing to National League Pittsburgh Bucs. High- 
lights of all seven games are shown and the 
action described. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1961, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 
Min.), color, $1.00 

Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the 
Cincinnati Reds were able to win only the second 
game in the series against the New York Yankees. 
Superb pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power 
of the Yankees brouglit them the world's cham- 
pionship after five games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

Key plays from all seven games are shown as 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
retain the world's championship by defeating the 
San Francisco Giants by the score of 1-0 in the 
final game. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1963, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.), 
color, $1.00 

Shows highlights of games in which the Los 
Angeles Dodgers won the baseball championship 



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by defeating the New York Yankees in four 
straight games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1964. j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.). 
color, $1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York 
Yankees in the first game, 9-5, and went on to win 
the series to become the world's champions for 
1965. Covers all the exciting plays in the games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1965. e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
SI. 00 

Shows highlights of the games in which the 
Minnesota Twins take the first two games at Min- 
neapolis from Los Angeles and the Dodgers come 
back to win the next four games with Sandy 
Koufax pitching the seventh game for the world's 
champion. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1966. j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
$1.00 

The Baltimore Orioles amazed the sports 
world as they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 
in four straight games to win the world champion- 
ship. Even the great Sandy Koufax and Don 
Drysdale could not silence the bats of Frank 
Robinson and Brooks Robinson. Show the action 
plays in all four games. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1967. e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 
SI. 00 

The St. Louis Cardinals need the full seven 
games to win the championship over the Boston 
Red Sox. Harry Carey narrates the play as Jim 
Lonborg, aided by slugger Carl Yastremski, wins 
two games for the Sox but cannot match the three 
wins by Bob Gibson of the Cards. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1968, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 
Mm.), color, $1.00 

The Detroit Tigers, playing in the World 
Series for the first time in twenty-three years, 
beat the St. Louis Cardinals by four games to 
three. The Cardinals took a 3 to 1 lead but the 
Tigers came back to win the series. Mickey Lolich 
won three games for the Tigers. Bob Gibson won 
two games for the Cardinals but was the loser in 
the final game. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1969, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 
Min.), color, §1.00 

The New York Mets, National League Cham- 
pions, defeated the American League winner, 
Baltimore, for the world championship. The Mets 
won four straight games after the Orioles took 
the first one at Baltimore. Shows dazzling de- 
fensive plays which highlighted the series. 
(KHSAA) 



Values of Authority 

By Dr. Rhea H. Williams 

There are many values which accure through 
properly directed interschool athletics. One of the 
most important of these is the opportunity to learn 
respect for constituted authority. 

There are many trends in our present-day 
society which indicate that there is a definite lack 
of respect for constituted authority on the part of 
the public and students. This is exemplified daily 
in the many instances of disrespect and outright 



antagonism toward our peace officers, game of- 
ficials in athletics and others who have been 
designated to enforce certain rules which have 
been agreed upon in advance. 

Respect for Law In recent weeks throughout 
the state of Texas there have been many news- 
paper reports dealing with attacks on peace of- 
ficers by laymen who undoubtedly are guilty of 
such items as speeding, drinking and other law 
violations but who resent and do not respect 
constituted authority. 

Decisions Made The game officials are invited 
by a school to work their game. Both schools have 
agreed that the game will be played under a cer- 
tain set of rules, and yet when any decision is 
made with which they do not agree they im- 
mediately begin to rebel. In most cases the' com- 
plaints are verbal, but unfortunately in a few 
cases there are physical attacks on officials by 
laymen or school personnel which cause penalties 
to schools and cause embaiTassment to all parties 
involved. 

Constituted Authority If coaches, administra- 
tors and fans are to fulfill one of the major ob- 
jectives of athletics which is to teach respect for 
constituted authority, then they must indoctrinate 
and educate the athletes under their control in this 
direction. There are ample experiencs available 
in the athletic program for this. 

Perhaps one of the most important of these is 
the ability of an individual player to learn to re- 
spect the constituted authority which resides in 
the coach as a teacher. 

Rights of Others There is a feeling among 
many of our people that democracy means that 
each person or group has a right to their own be- 
liefs and actions, regardless of the rights of others. 
Nothing could be farther from the truth, as this 
would be anarchy. In democracy the rights of oth- 
er people must be respected, and a democracy is 
government by law and elected representatives 
of the majority. Athletics offer one of the greatest 
opportunities to develop in youth a respect for 
law and a respect for constituted authority. 

It is up to our coaches, teachers and interested 
laymen to see that this spirit is inculcated in the 
youth of our state, and only by setting the proper 
example of respect for authority can we expect 
our high school athletes to receive this most valua- 
ble attribute from our interschool athletic pro- 
gram. 

Good or Bad Athletics are very similar to 
atomic power in that they can be used for either 
good or bad, depending on the leadership provided 
by the coach, the school and the community. 
Athletics can, therefore, create in the boy the 
proper respect, the proper regard and the proper 
prestige for constituted authority; or it can create 
in the boy disrespect and a complete lack of re- 
spect for constituted authority. 

Because of the emotions which are so closely 
integrated with athletics, there is always the pos- 
sibility for this lack of respect to flare out spor- 
adically unless careful and continual guidance is 
provided for our youth. 

Only by the proper direction and supervision 
can we justify our athletic program. It is up to 
everyone interested in athletics to see that the 
proper respect for constituted authority is provided 
in all areas of our life. 

— Interscholastic Leaguer 



SINCE WE PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ABOUT 
50% OF THE SCHOOLS IN THE STATE, WE 
DO HAVE A COMMERCIAL INTEREST IN 
THE ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC PRO- 
GRAMS OF ALL OUR SCHOOLS. 

BUT OUR REAL INTEREST IS MUCH DEEP- 
ER. WE ARE VITALLY CONCERNED THAT 
GOOD CITIZENSHIP, A SPIRIT OF FAIR 
PLAY, AND A REAL SENSE OF PERSONAL 
RESPONSIBILITY BE INSTILLED IN THE 
YOUTH OF OUR DAY. 

WE BELIEVE THESE ARE THE QUALITIES 
THAT HAVE MADE AMERICA GREAT, AND 
ARE THANKFUL FOR OUR SCHOOLS AS 
THEY WORK TO CONTINUE THAT 
GREATNESS. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: P. Garrett, J. Webb, M. Manley, K. Jones, T. 
Chapman, R. Lindauer, S. Fewell, D. Culver, L. Flowers, M. Dale, C. Stewart, S. 
Motter. Second Row: Coach Collina, J. Russell, B. Mattingly, T. Lampton, R. Stone, 
J. Phelps, R. French, D. Myers, M. Zigler, D. French, B. Jennings, S. Kemper. Third 
Row: G. Marcum, F. Weidmeir, K. Goodlett, D. McDonald, T. Meade, T. Benock, D. 
Jenkins, E. Patton, S. Southall, S. Powell, Coach Morrison. Fourth Row: E. Washer, 
G. Huff, J. Mayes, L. Sharp, R. Cox, B. Berry, G. Wetzelberger, D. Schueler, D. 
Marcum, P. Carroll, Fifth Row: Coach Orwick, Mgr. C. Brown, R. Brooks, G. Wilson, 
J. Southall, G. CoUard, R. Watkins, G. Kitchens, Mgr. D. Manley, Mgr. B. Nally, 
Noehand. 



Butler 21 - Eastern 

Butler 13 - Waggener 

Butler 49 - Doss 

Butler 6 - Seneca 

Butler 67 - Pleasure Ridge Park 

Playoffs 
Butler 20 - Thomas Jefferson 6 
Butler 20 - Trinity 



Butler 6 - Bishop David 6 
Butler 41 - Valley 6 
Butler 48 - Southern 
Butler 35 - Fairdale 6 
Butler 35 - Western 7 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



DECEMBER, 1970 



DESALES — CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: Robert Bell, Terry SteleT/ Keith Herron, Jim Kaelin, Jim Ponlrich, Tim Walker, 
Greg Cooper, Don Renfro, Rick Medley. Second Row: Tim Lutes, Steve Minsterketter, Terry Pendleton, Chris 
Reilly, Joe Walker. Third Row: Mike Mallay, Larry Luckert, Tom Schuhmann, Tom Owen, John Sparks. Fourth 
Row: John Kapp, Ron Melzler, Tom Riley, John Brown, Andy Hartlage, Tom Strong, Coach Jim Cahill. 



OWENSBORO — CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 




(Left lo Righl) From Row: Tony Rowe, J. T. Graddick, Greg Rowe, Sam Murphy. Second How: Coach Bob 
Puckeit, Sieve Wooldiidge, Steve Polts, Hailey Tiogdlen, Mike Conkright, Ass't Coach Ke;i Willis. 



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Official O rgan of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIII— NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1970 



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Conduct and Ethics of Officials 

EDITOR'S NOTE: For many years the principal re- 
quiremenl of a football official was that he know the 
rules their interpretations, and be able and willing to ap- 
ply them fairly. In more recent years much .attention has 
been giveti to the mechanics of the officiating so thai 
there can be optimum coverage of all situations. Presenlly 
matters of conduct and ethics are being brought to the 
attention of officials. The following presentation by 
Frederick L. Dafler, assistant commissioner of the Ohio 
High School Athletic Association, is addressed to these 
subjects and is both well stated ajid timely. 
Clifford B. Fagan 
N. F. Secretary 

Over the year.s, as athletics has grown in in- 
terest, the officiating of games has likewise exper- 
ienced a corresponding increase in i nterest. 
Through local rules meetings of a formal 
nature and informal meetings among small groups, 
improvement in officiating mechanics and know- 
ledge of rules has taken place. 

During these years of growth, some groups of 
officials felt a need to set minimum standards in 
regard to the conduct and actions of their as- 
sociates. These have been commendable efforts, 
but have fallen short because of many factors. 

It would seem that although officiating ath- 
letic contests is an avocation to the great majority 
of officials, the conduct of the official before, 
during, and after the contest must be a continu- 
ing and full time effort. As an official becomes 
better known, his actions off the field or floor 
as.sume greater importance because he is seen by 
many who recognize him. 

it is hoped that the thinking of all officials 
can be stimulated to recognize the importance of 
their actions in regard to their influence on ado- 
lescent youth. 

Before the game begins, usually months and 
sometimes years, a contract is issued or the offi- 
cials are assigned in some manner to officiate a 
game. Of primary importance at this point are 
two things — How did the official receive the con- 
tract and what is his feeling of responsibility now 
that it has been accepted? 

There is absolutely nothing wrong with an 
official advertising his availability and interest in 
officiating. This advertising may be done by tele- 
phone, or letter, or personal contact. The method 
is unimportant as long as the approach is honest, 
truthful, and straightforward. The official who 
uses half-truths or exaggeration to convince a 
coach or athletic director of his ability can hardly 
be expected to administer the rules of the game 
in a fair manner. 

Some schoolmen appreciate the personal con- 
tact as they are able to meet the person they may 
employ. It should be remembered, however, that 
thej' have teaching responsibilities in many cases. 
Interrupting them while they are teaching in or- 
der to sell oneself is not considered to be ethical 
and in the best interests of the school, students, 
coaches, or officials. 

The contract is only a piece of paper with 
printing and signatures on it, but it is a legal, 
binding contract. Each official should feel that 
he is morally responsible to honor that contract if 
humanly possible. The official who is offered a 
more prestigious game or one for more money and 



who requests release from a contract should be 
removed from the officiating ranks. There is no 
moral justification for such action. 

The school contracted for your services in 
good faith. The official must honor that trust. 

Closely allied to this is the official who ob- 
tains another official to replace him in the game 
without the permission of the school that con- 
tracted for his services. This is breaking the con- 
tract even as requesting release to take another 
game is breaking the contract. 

That contract is offered to the official and to 
him alone by a school. Only that school can re- 
lease him. If" the official cannot fulfill it, then he 
must contact the principal or athletic director 
and tell them so. Each year there are cases of this 
type and the guilty official is legally Liable for 
the amount of the contract. But even worse, such 
action can only cause that official, in particular, 
and all other officials, general, to be looked upon 
with suspicion by the schools involved. 

A week or two before the game, the official 
should notify the game management by mail that 
he will be present, what time he plans to arrive, 
and other pertinent information. On the day of 
the game, he should leave early enough to arrive 
by the time he said he would. Provide extra time 
in case an emergency occurs. In case such an 
emergency does arise, attempt to notify the game 
mamanagement immediately. It is difficult for all 
other officials, coaches, athletic directors, and 
players if an official is late or doesn't arrive at 
all. The official that dresses at home and arrives 
late without notifying his fellow officials is doing 
them a disservice. 

The good official will set up consistent pat- 
terns of bookkeeping and arrangements so that 
he knows where he is to officiate on a given night 
and so that others will know also. It is difficult 
to understand how any official can have a sche- 
dule of games and in an emergency, he, or his 
wife, does not know when or where he is to of- 
ficiate. With the number of calendars available 
for such purposes, it is a small expense of time 
and money to keep it current. In addition, the 
official should be sure his wife or friends can 
find it if something should happen to him, you 
might say it is like designating a beneficiary on 
your life insurance policy. 

On the night of the game, everything an of- 
ficials says and does is under scrutiny by many 
people. The official should be polite and cour- 
teous to all. but he should not be overly friendly 
with anyone, even his closest friends. This is es- 
pecially true if his friend is a coach or school of- 
ficial with one of the teams. 

The language used by an official is under 
close scrutiny by coaches, players, and fans. What 
is said and the manner of saying it is especially 
important. 

"His language should show reasonable con- 
formity to grammatical principles and also to the 
game terminology. A 'flat pass' should not be 
referred to as a forward pass to the exterior. The 
'tail back' s.hould not be called the offensive man 

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DECEMBER, 1970 



VOL. XXXIII— No. 5 



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Office of Publication, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

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Assistant Editor — BILLY V. WISE 

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Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek; James T. Dotson 
(1968-1972), Pikeville; Lee T, Mills (1969-1973), Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973). Morganfield; Roy L. Win- 
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1. 1970 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the 
forthcoming 1971 annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion were elected by the principals of K.H.S.A.A. 
member schools on ballots returned to the State 
Office before November 15. There were several 
ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These 
ties were broken recently, with the delegates and 
alternates determined by lot. The names of the 
district representatives are as follows: 

Delegates 

(1) Burley R. Mathis, (2) Bob Buchanan, (3) 
W. W. Chumbler. (4) Gerald S. Jones, (5) Charles 
T. Elder, (6) Lewis Snowden, (7) Floyd Brown, 
(8) Neal R. Tucker, (9) Lawrence L. McGinnis, 
(10) Jackie Day, (11) Frank Reams, (12) Bowman 
Davenport, (13) R. D. Reynolds, (14) Henry E. 
Resch, (15) Frank P, Newberry, (16) Edwin R. 
Hopper, (17) Paul E. Kerrick, (18) Robert E. 
Brown, (191 John H. Branson, (20) J. T. Coomer, 
(21) Bro. Kirby Boone, (22) Bobby Green, (23) 
Harrv K. Hardin, (24) W. D, Bruce, Jr., (25) Byron 
H. Bell. (26) Keith P. Eiken, (27) William T. Rey- 
nolds, (28) James O. Gatewood, (29) Marvin F. 
Stewart, (30) Don M. Turner, (31) James C. Wilson, 
(32) Cyrus E. Greene, (33) Sam Karr, (34) Richard 
A. Wilhams, (35) Frank Lyons. (36) Ken Lehkamp, 
(37) Bob Anderson, (38) W. H. Hanson, (39) Doug- 
las Applegate, (40) Winston Hamilton. (41) Charles 
O. Dawson, (42) Kenneth D, King, (43) Clyde T. 
Lassiter, (44) Kenneth Tate, (45) Winfield W. 
McChord, (46) John R. Durham, (47) Ron Chumb- 
lev, (48) CoUas L. Simpson, (49) Jerry Hacker, 
(.50) Louie Martin, (51) James A, Pursiful, (52) 
Ed Miracle, (53) Roy T. Reasor, (54) John Quillen, 
(55) James B. Goff, (56) M. C. Hagan, (57) John 
Williams. (58) Frankie Francis, (59) Herman P. 
Rathff. (60) John G. Lester, (61) Richard Jett, 
(62) Andrew J. Fultz, (63) Charles Banks, (64) 
Webb Young. 

Alternates 

(1) Tom Buchanan, (2) Bro. Bede Keller, (3) 
Jimmy C. Wiggins, (4) Willam A. Cothran, (5) 
Lorenza D. Davis. (6) Richard 'Vincent, (7) A. O. 
Richards. (8) Paul B. Stevens, (9) Roy D. Withrow, 
(10) Randy Swann, (11) Scott Willoughby, (12) 



Ronald Fentress, (13) James Young, (14) Kenneth 
Harvev, (15) Bob Sturgeon, (16) Prentice Stanford, 
(17) Ray Story, (18) Larry Pursiful, (19) Jude 
Talbott, (20) Edward L. Cox, (21) Austin Reilly, 
(22) Bro. Charles Blavat, (23) Denzil J. Ramsey, 
(24) Rev. Murray Phelan, (25) James Perkins, (26) 
Adrian Osborne, (27) William T, Klapheke, (28) 
George E. Morrison. (30) Ora Watts, (31) James 
Pack, (32) Shirley D, Wagoner, (33) Arthur J. 
Walsh, (34) Tony Bezold, (35) Tom Hood, (36) 
Roscoe Shackleford, (37) Jack Clifford, (38) Jarvis 
Parsley, (39) Robert L. Biddle, (40) Jim Sears, 
(41) Robert W. Hoagland, (42) Charles Kolosa, 
(43) J, Lloyd Smith, (44) James Kiser, (45) Edward 
Hvden, (46) Robert Payne, (47) Allen Feldhaus, 
(48) Harold C. Carter, (49) Winston Kilgore, (50) 
Clinton B. Hammons, (51) C, E. Calloway (52) 
Jack H. Waff, (53) Larrv D. Kincer, (54) Albert 
Combs. (55) James B. Goff. (56) Gordon F. Cook, 
(57) Fairce O. Woods, (57) Paul Williams (58) 
Pete Grigsby, Jr.. (59) Gene D. Davis, (60) James 
V. Powell, (61) Kenneth Collinsworth, (62) Harlan 
R. Fleming, (63) Che.ster Bruce, (64) Rex J. Miller. 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled November 25) 

If the Jelephone number is given for an official, IJ is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Ackermann. Jo.«^oh F.. Jr.. 6701 Santom Lane, Fern Creek 

239-9411. 454-0431 
Adams, Jacky L., PinetoD, 642-4370 
Allen. Kirby. 2379 Pierson Drive. Lexington, 299-2329 

254-2341 
Ansel, Carl, Garrett. 358-3461 
Aubrey, Delmus. 204 Kewanna Drive, Jeffersonville Ind 

282-6595, 584-6161 
Bailey, James C Rt. 1. Box 13. Langlev, 285-3548 
Bailev. Jimmy H.. 732 Second Street, Bowling Green, 

843-1053 
Baker. Ronald. 1132 Centurian, Lexington. 272-1260, 254- 

6412. Ext. 311 
Barnard. Robert S., Jr.. 199-C Asburv Drive. Wilmore, 

858-3001 
Belcher. William Otis. Lejunior. 837-2509 
Bennett. Merrill, Rt. 1, Hodgenville. 358-4322, 358-4322 
Blackford. Robert L.. 208 Caldwell Drive. Elsmere, 341- 

3849 342-9133 
Blair, j'. B., 'box 225. C. C. Williamsburg 
Blankenbaker. W. Larry. 153 Skyline Drive. Bowling 

Green. 842-8889. 781-4585 
Bowling. Woodrow. Pleasant View. 549-3396. 354-2176 
Boyles. Paul, 809 Bellefonte Road. Flatwoods. 836-5497. 

836-9.332 
Brooks. Steve. 931 Leestown Road. Frankfort, 223-0351. 223- 

0565 
Brock. Lavone E.. Stoney Fork. 337-3271. 337-3271 
Brown. John W. "Scoop". 975 Waverlv Drive. Lexington, 

252-3212. 252-0914 
Brown. Vanous, Box 661, Williamstown. 824-4642 
Bunch, Lawrence O., Rt. 1, Box 128, Williamsburg 
Burchett, Ernest, David, 894-2117 
Burgess, James Rawlins, Jr., Whitley Citv. 376-8219. 376- 

5912 
Campbell. Charles. Stella, 349-2699, 349-3333 
Caple, Harold, 608 Church Street, Ludlow, 261-5384 
Carpenter. Jasper. 34 Queen. Lexington. 252-0952 
Carr. Gene P.. 2210 Phelps Street. Ashland. 324-7548 
Carter. Johnny A.. Rt. 1. Box 210. Olive Hill, 286-2552 
Chiles, Marion, Rt, 2, Clover Lane, Hopkinsville 886-8692, 

886-8692 
Clark, Kenneth, Rt. 2, Hartford 
Coleman, Jimmy, 317 Scott Avenue. Paris, 987-3395. 255- 

0579 
Conley. Ted L.. 4725 Nottingham Court. Ashland. 325-3232, 

324-1426 
Craw-ford. Rickv Allen. Lock Road. Rt. 2. Lawrenceburg. 

839-4856. 839-4265 
Crawford. Thomas N., 12th Street. Sturgis. 333-2730, 333- 

2173 
Croft, Lewis, Box 42. Crofton. 424-5160. 424-5160 
Crouse. Joseph L.. Jr., 315 Bellevue Avenue. Wilmore. 

858-3860. 858-3012 
Curell. Larrv A., 209 N. Maple Trail 11. Wilmore 
Curtsinger. Linda. R. R. 3, Carlisle, 289-2003, 269-9944 



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Page Three 



The 1970 Cross Country 

The DeSales High School team won first 
place in the Class AAA Meet, held at BeUarmine 
College, Louisville, on October 31. The Owens- 
boro High School team won first place in the 
Class AA event, held on the same date. Ath. Dir. 
Eddie Weber of BeUarmine managed the two 
meets. 

Andy Hartlage of DeSales was individual 
champion in Class AAA, Maxie Hadley of Adair 
County in Class AA. 

Team scores in Class AAA were as follows 
DeSales, 78; Male, 114; Fairdale, 115; Trinity, 134 
St. Xavier, 143; Fern Creek, 193; Butler, 195 
Seneca, 217; Jesse Stuart, 242. 

The order in which the first twenty-five run- 
ners finished is given below, including the times 
of the first ten. 

1-Andy Hartlage, DeSales (9:50.6); 2-Don 
Cook, Seneca (10:04); 3-Brian Lively, Thomas Jef- 
ferson (10:05); 4-Louis Riley, Atherton (10:06); 5- 
Charles Summitt, Fairdale (10:10); 6-David Jag- 
gers, Butler (10:15): 7-Dick Newth, Seneca (10:18); 
8-Larry Tennyson, Male (10:19); 9-William Aber- 
nathy, Male (10:20); 10-Dave Price, Trinity (10:21); 
11-Terry Pendleton, DeSales; 12-Marvin Jowers, 
Fairdale; 13-Tom Hagan, Atherton; 14-Murphy 
Kuhs, Moore; 15-Gene Heneman, Butler; 16-Bill 
Weis, St. Xavier; 17-Tom Strong, DeSales; 18- 
Mark Markwell, St. Xavier; 19-George Alexander, 
Fern Creek; 20-Chuck Magera, St. Xavier; 21- 
Daniel Caffey, Male; 22-Tom Riley, DeSales; 23- 
Tom Riley, DeSales; 23-Tom Gorter, Thomas Jef- 
ferson; 24-Ricky Gott, Fairdale; 25-T. Parker, 
Fern Creek. 

Team scores, in Class AA were as follows: 
Owensboro, 47; Covington Cathohc, 124; Daviess 
County, 140; Shelby County, 163; Frankfort, 205; 
Highlands, 237; Adair County, 239; Tates Creek, 
302; Meade County, 329; Paducah Tilghman, 336; 
Somerset, 411; Paul Blazer, 471; Harrison County, 
481; Elizabethtown, 493; Johnson Central, 495. 

The order in whicli the first twenty-five run- 
ners finished is given below, including the times 
of the first team. 

1-Maxie Hadley, Adair County (9:51.9); 2- 
Johnny Lloyd, Shelby County (9:57); 3-Steve 
Potts, Owensboro (10:00); 4-J. T, Graddick, Owens- 
boro (10:08); 5-Terry Linneman, Covington Catho- 
lic (10:11); 6-Tom Edwards, Greensburg (10:12); 
7-Mark Bruins, Bryan Station (10:14); 8-John 
Grady, Covington Catholic (10:17); 9-Steve Wool- 
dridge, Owensboro (10:18); 10-Scott Miller, High- 
lands (10:22); U-Tony Welch, Paducah Tilghman; 
12-Don Townsend, Frankfort; 13-Gerald Ford, 
Taylor County; 14-Greg Rowe, Owensboro; 15- 
Louis Swift, Henry Clay; 16-Ken Draper, Daviess 
County; 17-Harley Trogdlen, Owensboro; 18-Gary 
Craig, Danville; 19-Jim McGown, Frankfort; 20- 
Randy Milby, Greensburg; 21-Tony Rowe, Owens- 
boro; 22-Virgil Davidson, Daviess County; 23-Jack 
Wilson, Somerset; 24-Robert Cregor, Louisville 
Country Day; 25-Allen Stodgill, Shelby County. 



In Memoriam 




v.. 




James Lee Cobb 

James Lee Cobb, 71, retired Newport school 
superintendent and former member of the Board 
of Control, died on November 28 after suffering 
a heart attack on liis farm near Walton. 

Mr. Cobb came to the Newport system in 1924 
as a science teacher and a coach of football and 
basketball. He was a graduate of Georgetown Col- 
lege and the University of Cincinnati. From 1933 
to 1963 he was principal of the Newport High 
School, and during the 1963-69 period he was su- 
perintendent of the Newport City Schools. He 
served as a member of the State Testbook Com- 
mission for more than twenty years, and was the 
oldest member of that commission in point of 
service. 

Because of his great interest in high school 
athletics, Mr. Cobb was appointed a member of 
the committee wliich in 1947 recommended to the 
delegate assembly of the K.H.S.A.A. numerous 
changes in the Association's regulations to pro- 
vide for the setting up of a eight-man Board of 
Control which would elect a full time Commis- 
sioner of the Association. In 1947 he was elected 
to membership on the Board of Control where 
he served with distinction for a period of eight 
years. 

Mr. Cobb was a past higli priest of the Knights 
Templar and a member of Newport Masonic Lodge 
No. 358. Survivors include his wife, Mary Ehza- 
beth Green Cobb; a son, James L. Cobb, Jr., Cov- 
ington attorney; two sisters, Mrs. Cecile Howard, 
Lexington, and Miss Pluma Cobb, Fort Mitchell; 
and three grandchildren. 



DaPonte, Stephen J., 2227 Crums Lane, Apt. 72, Louisville, 

448-7368, 637-1411 
Davenport, Bowman, Box 62, Clarkson, 259-3650, 242-3061 
Davidson, Harlan, Pineville. 337-5321 (Bus.) 
Davis, Tom, 703 Seherm Road, Apt. 3-A, Owensboro, 685- 

4768, 684-1473 
Dawson, Alby L., 536 22nd Street, Dunbar, W. Va. 
Day, Rickie Lee, 5113 Nancy Avenue, Louisville. 447-5170 
Dengler, Kenneth J.. 1920 Emerson Avenue, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 522-6905, 791-8800. Ext. 387 
Dick, James E., R. R. 4, Albany, 387-6227 
Diuguid, Duane, Rt. 7, HopkinsvUle, 269-2253, 269-2135 



DoweU, Larry Edward. 3030 Nepperhan, Louisville, 451- 

7773, 587-1121, Ext. 260 
DowTiey, Richard, 309 Grande Avenue, Somerset, 679-3878 
Druien, James Tliomas, Jr., 1706 Cardinal Court, Louis- 
ville, 447-3657 
Duneil, Charles W., Beattyville, 464-8708, 464-8126 
ElUott, Billy Allen. 1122 Castlevvood Place, Owensboro, 

685-3393. 684-8826 
Engle, John W., 214 Spruce Street, Pineville, 337-6165 
Evans, David M., 101 Judge Street, Barbourvllle 
Farley, Reed A., 19.54-B, Wickland Drive, Lexington, 299- 
0696, 233-2000, Ext. 2746 



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HAZARD — CLASS AA, REGION 4, CHAMPION 



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(Lefl lo Right) Front Row: J. Combs, R. Bingham, R. Oliver, C. Combs, J. Bowling, D. HoU, E. Jones, J. Moss, 
B. Baker, K. Caudill. Second Row: M. Hay, E. Salley, D. Berryman, M. Napier, J. Bryant, H. Taylor, E. Duigi^, J. 
Hagans, P. Combs, G. McGuire. Third Row: S. Wallter, S. Bingham, D. Blanlcenship, M. Luitrell, E. Sigmon, D. 
Mclntyre, D. Maggard. L. Woolen, E. Cornett, J. Miller. Fourth Row: Mgr. W. Lindon, Mgr. L. Pankey, B. Ander- 
son, C. Green, C. Campbell, T. Blankenship, G. Horn. 

ELIZABETHTOWN — CLASS AA, REGION 2. CHAMPION 



i-^ A.r:S'''^Z 



f-snf 1 "9 -^ti 



8^' 



^1.Br%mw4_f,9io(ir,zzfii. 









(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Welch, E. Lewis, D. Ridnom-, J. Decker, J. Strange, R. Caswell, P. McDanlels, J. 
DeSpain, R. Duren, L. Fiyilthouser, D. Taylor, B. Bradford, D. Sexton, J. Howard, E. Nowlin. Second Row: H. 
Bruce, L. Jaggers, J. Bowling, T. Chaney, J. Whalen, C. Williams, S. Mays, G. Hardee, N. Huggins, N. Halre, D. 
Knowles, J. Dupin, T. Kerrick, T. Ashley, J. Ewing, G. Carter, S. Hart, J. Williams, K. Howard, T. Buckner, W. 
Johnson. Third Row: G. Temesvary, G. Emerine, G. Howell, E. Hull, K. I^man, B. Hartman, R. Tale, E. McHatton, 
W. McKinney, G. Bennett, D. Lee, P. Craig, J. Blair, T. Ebcrsbaker, W. Wood, S. Fuson, H. Emerick, J. Warner, 
B. While, M. Turner, D. LeMasters, R. Daniels. 



Fields, Jerry Wayne, 1249 1/2 Forest Avenue, MaysvUle, 

564-6897, 564-5541 
Flovd, Raymond. 200 Robin Drive, Somerset, 678-4801, 

"679-1117 
Flynn, Bobby. 428 McKenna Court. Lexington, 299-5902, 

255-2481 
Fox. William G.. 214 Wilson Street. Earlington, 383-2241 
Gaines, Harvey, 752 S. 43rd. Louisville, 776-5693. 895-3401, 

Ext. 323 
Garland, Daniel Alan. 1220 Dale Avenue, Frankfort, 223- 

8608, 223-2089 
Garmon, James R., Jr., Renox Route, Burkesville. 864-4312 
Gearv. Mike, Rt. 4, Caneyville, 879-3985 
Gibson. Marcus. Box 26. Estill, 358-3271 
Gilmore, Thomas A., 102 Dantzler Court, Lexington, 277- 

2015 
Glass. Jim, 312 Lawrence Street. Brandenburg. 422-2486 
Goodman. Herbert. 232 Greensburg. Hodgenville, 358-3546 
Gordon, Roy T., Rt. 2, Waddy. 829-5276, 227-9391 
Grace. Garland. 116 Johnston, HopkinsviUe. 886-1469 
Graves. Preston H.. Marrowbone. 864-3604. 651-5919 
Greer. Kenneth. 817 Wheatcroft Court, Lexington, 299- 

7862, 233-2000, Ext. 2547 
Groth. Daniel Paul. 1601 Alexandria Drive, Apt. 2, Lex- 
ington. 278-8689 
Hagan, Bobby G., Gen. Del., Burkeville, 864-3554 
Halbert, Jackie. Rt. 2. Box 26. Langley, 285-3078 
HaU. Larry Joe, HI Hat. 377-6392 



Hamilton. Walter F., 3404 Bryan Way, Louisville. 459-5432, 

451-1319 
liammons, WendeU L., Baughman. 542-2005 
Hardin. William. 134 Mackville Hill. Springfield, 336-7128 
Harned, Vic, 216 W. Walnut, Leitchfield, 259-4149, 259-4196 
Harper. C. Rowe. 3409 Milan Lane, Lexington, 266-1915, 

254-4475 
Harrison, Tim, Box 142. Drakesboro. 476-8603 
Hatciier, Robert L.. 132 Holmes Drive. Paducah 
Hensley, Spencer. 2205 St. Louis Avenue, Louisville, 778- 

9934 778-9934 
HiU. Walter L.. 158 W. 73rd Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, 821- 

5799, 662-5800 

519 Dobbin Drive, Paris, 987-4201, 987- 



2912 Cheyenne Drive, Owensboro, 684- 



Hinkle. Melvin B.. 

1235 
Hobgood. Jerrv L.. 

4461. 864-3121 
Holmes, Robert, 500 E. Locust Street, Princeton, 365-5129, 

.365-5505 
Hoskins, Carl. 9007 Vondine Drive. Louisville, 964-8007 
Howard, Jackie Lynn. Salversville, 349-3154 
Hughes. William G.. 2318 Forest Avenue, Ashland, 325- 

2508. 325-8511. Ext. .556 
Hutchens. Jim. Box 243, Belfry, 237-1204, 353-7362 
Jent. Richard Lynn. 5873 Shadymist Lane, Cinclimati, 

Ohio, 541-5494 

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LYNCH — CLASS A FINALIST 






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(Left to Right) Front Row: Ass't Coach J. Morgan, Mgr. R. Hannond, P. Creech, T. Sheback, G. Standridge, M. 
Merril, D. Morrow, R. Stephens, J. Owens, C. Sellars, Coach E. Miracle. Second Row: Ass't Coach J. B. Clark, L. 
Young, M. Moran, D. Koier, J. Gibson, F. Vicini, J. Burnetle, D. Ellington, C. Price, C. Stewart. D. Atkinson, H. 
Mitchell. Third Row: J. Palko, T. Lee, L. EUiott, J. Koier, R. Price, T. Sheback, D. HoUin, S. Sorke, M. Austin, H. 
Ellington, G. Owens, T. Dunson. Fourth Row: M. Dixon, S. Steele, F. Sizemore, J. Slusher, J. Roque, J, Creech, C. 
Clark, E. Bandy, A. Thomas, J. Price, D. Gaines. 



FRANKFORT — CLASS A, REGION 2, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: R. Townsend, D. Sanderson, W. Stivers, G. Yagel, B. Clay, K. Van, L. Marshall, 
R. Marshall, J. Lynch, R. Wade, R. Yett, Mgr. A. Humphries. Second Row: Coach F. Stauffer, J. Maynard, J. 
Dixon, S. Ford, 1. Johnson. J. Redding, W. Washington, H. Rodgers, L. Roberts, B. Clark, C. Wiard, T. Mills, M. 
Mills, T. Harrod. Third Row: Coach B. Shaw, Mgr. G. Armld, T. Russell, D. Rawlings, G. Clay, D. HoUingsworlh, 
W. Vandermeer, R. White, M. Amburgy, S. Mason, A. Buffin, Mgr. D. Smith. J. Pearman. Fourth Row: Coach R. 
Webb, D. DoUase, J. Lockycr, J. Rogers, A. Hanley, J. Sparks, G. Calhoun, J. Rail, K. Goin, G. Riggs, J. Allen, 
R. Clay. 



PARIS — CLASS A, REGION 3, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: R. Thomas, J. Robinson, R. Hudnall, C. Craycraft, B. Alverson, D. Hudtudl, M. 
Scott, J. Kenney, B. Florence, Mgr. J. Clough. Second Row: J. Bobbitt, R. Watkins, D. Oliver, C. Clark, D. Frye, 
L. Day, B. Wells, A. Penney, D. Sunley, T. Sharp, M. Brack. Third Row: Coach O. Owen, Coach D. Norsworthy, J. 
Thompson, B. McConnell, S. Parker, R. Barr, C. Patterson, D. Watkins, G. Fields, C. Barr, B. Worlhington, H. 
Kenney, Coach S. Tobin, Coach F. Rose, Coach H. Coins. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1970 



BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page Four) 

Johnson, Billie. U.P.O. Box 1256. Moiehead. 784-9541, 783- 

3346 
Johnson. Phillip R., Box 295, Wayland. 886-6179. 358-2051 
Johnson, Stephen M.. 210 Cedar Street, Providence, 667- 

2762 
Jones, James, 1216 Tallow Lane, Louisville, 361-3273, 459- 

1751 
Keatley, James H.. Box 395, Matewan, W. Va. 
Keene, Rick Paul, Apt. A-121. Cooperstown. Lexington. 

254-7420 
Kidwell. James, 1112 Parkwav, Covington, 291-6856 
King. Gerald. P. O. Box 395. Pine Knot 
King. Price James. 3775 Thruston-Dernront Road. Owens- 

boro. 683-3169. 683-2401. Ext. 359 
Kirtley. Dennis W.. Box 4. Livermore. 278-2747. 278-2214 
Klus. Richard P.. 3412 Ferncroft Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

661-1793, 7G1-7600, Ext. 34 
Lester, J. L., Rt. 1. Perrj-ville 332-2471. 236-3694 
Lambert, Irvin G., 5110 Rural Way, Louisville 
Latkovski, Anastasius, 1530 Quadrant Avenue, Louisville, 

451-5472. 582-4551 
LeQuire. H. M.. 109 Woodland Hills, Harlan, 573-1857, 573- 

5151 
Lord. George R.. Jr.. Box 85. Kirwin 1. U. of K., Lexing- 
ton. 257-4038 
Loy. Harry. Box 98. Lebanon Jimction. 833-4442 
Lusk. Eugene C. 5385 Pea Ridge Road, Huntington, W. Va., 

736-6623, 696-3414 
Lynch. Merle Frederick, Jr., 4333-B 2nd Avenue. Ft. Knox, 

624-6397 
Lyons, Ronald G.. 742 Washington Avenue, Huntington. 

W. Va.. 522-1578. 324-4142 
McBride. W. Kenneth. 157 St. William Drive, Lexington. 

266-7786, 255-6666 
McCIure, WiUiam Scott, P. O. Box 343, London, 864-6940, 

679-1601 
McCowan, Connell, Rt. 1. Box 253. Corbin 
Mcintosh. Kenneth Lee. 516 Elm Street. Williamsburg. 549- 

3850 
McLin. Wilmur, Pine Knott, C.C.C, 354-2482, 354-2176 
McMillan, Ronald R.. 132 M^Ttle Avenue, Frankfort. 875- 

4829. 875-4829 
Maness. Charlie. Rt. 2. Mt. Sterling. 498-1974. 744-6000 
Martin. Wilfred R.. Williamstown. 824-4587. 371-2470 
Mathes. WiUiam B., Jr.. 3825 W. Market, Louisville, 772- 

3310, 776-4685 
Mattingly. Cecil N.. 5905 Permerland Drive. Louisville. 

968-4347. 543-7614 
May. William, Box 15, Friendship, Ohio, 858-5210, 932-3131 
Ma^■nard. Lonnie, Freeburn, 456-3563 

Melton Garv M.. 315 Harvev Street. Columbia. 384-3192 
Mendell. Edward R.. Rt. 3. Box 6. Williamsburg 
Midkiff. James L.. P. O. Box 143. Fordsville. 276-5143, 

276-3601 
Monev. Johnny. Garnett Avenue. Williamstown, 823-7551. 

824-4433 
Moore. William G.. 2838 Winchester Avenue. Ashland, 

836-6508, 324-8131 
Morrison, Daniel, 707 State Street, Bowling Green, 843- 

9633. 842-0800 
Moss, Austin, Rt. 2, Box 287-A, Hopkinsville, 885-8263 
Mullins, Ronnie, Elkhorn Citv, 754-8969 
Mullins. William B.. 609 Rogers Road, Lexington, 299-7639, 

255-3645 
Murphy, Michael P.. 3212 Chinguapin. Apt. 2. Louisville, 

968-4269. 543-6721 
Nalley. Donald M.. Box 58. Lisle Road. Georgetown 
Nunnellev. Steve. 717 Lancaster Court. Georgetown, 863- 

3927, 863-3927 
O'Banion. Ra-(Tnond A.. 3000 Frederica Street. Box 203. 

Owensboro. 363-2996 
Omer, William Keith. Rt. 1. Clay. 333-2529. 333-4008 
O'Nan. Harold L.. 2474 Green River Road. Henderson. 

326-4959 
Page. Richard. Route 1. Hazel. 382-2227. 328-8151 
Park. J. M.. Box 299. Paducah. 898-2785 
Peacher. Jim. 902 Gant. Hopkinsville. 885-5370 
Pelfrev. Charles E.. Rt. 1, Winchester. 744-5602. 233-2000, 

Ext 2269 
Pelph'rev. Joe. Box 217. Allen, 874-2241 

Pelfrey, William Edward. .Tr., 401 W. Shelbv Street, Fal- 
mouth. 654-8477. 783-3507 
Potter. Marling E.. 341 Glenn Avenue. West Liberty. 743- 

3043, 743-3105 
Powell, Buddv, 102 Glen Cove. Nicholasville. 885-5410, 

873-8011 
Ramev, Leonard David. 2150 Richmond Road. Lexington. 

266-2631. 233-2000. Ext. 2269 
Reed. Ottis J.. R. R. 1. Crittenden. 824-6289. 824-4325 
Richardson. Duane. 408 Braden. Hopkinsville. 886-3201 
Robinson. Alford. 2152 Saee Road. Lexington. 277-7551. 

299-4381 
Rogers. Michael. 907 N. Elm. Hopkinsville. 886-6080 
Rosenbalm. Donnie. Pineville. 337-5076. 337-2348 



Ross, Bill T., 1201 Grandview Drive, Catlettsburg, 739- 

5321 739-9910 
Ross, Harold L., Box 344, Elkton. 265-2493. 265-2506 
Savle. Eddie, 915 Grant Street. Sturgis, 333-2806. 389-2419 
Schell. Jerrv C. 620 Tucson Drive, Lexington. 277-0781, 

277-3737 
Seibert. Billv Ray, 202 Nunn, Dawson Springs, 797-2488, 

797-2488 
Sellier, Edward F., Jr.. 520 Cricklewood Drive, Lexington, 

299-8042. 299-4027 
Slrearer. Larry W.. 130 Llovd Avenue. Florence, 371-8210, 

341-8119 
Shetler, Tom V., 7 Smith Street. Florence, 283-2487. 341- 

3755 
Short. Ronald Edward. Box 145. Cawood. 573-2721 
Slone. Curtis Ray. Box 223. Wayland. 358-4106 
Smith. David A., Rt. 1. Smithland. 928-2389, 988-3263 
Smith Lawrence, P. O. Box 282, Hardinsburg. 756-5671 
Stephens. P. R.. 501 Lee Street. Ashland, 324-5912 
Stone. Kenneth W.. 1127 Clav Street. Henderson, 826-9336 
Strange, George R., 6701 Marian Drive, Louisville, 447-3760 
Strange, Wandel, Box 125, Williamstown. 823-8261. 824-5771 
Strickland. Herbert C. 105 Friar Drive. Clarksville. Tenn. 
Stroud. Donnie M.. 173 Tennvson Drive. Owensboro. 684- 

5401. 684-8881. Ext. 35 
Sturdivant. John W.. Whitlev Citv. 376-2950. 354-2176 
Switzer. Richard J.. Jr., 3 Circle Drive, Florence, 371-5037, 

581-0158 
Swope, William W., 969 St. Martin Avenue, Lexington, 

255-1663, 299-1221. Ext. 2112 
Tate. Harold. Rt. 1. Box 115-A, Ashland. 928-9450. 324-3840 
Tillerv. William E.. Rt.. 1. Berea, 986-4576 
Tincher, Wendell, Rt. 5. Richmond. 623-1796 
Townsend. Kenneth. Hospital Road. Dawson Springs, 797- 

2473, 365-5.505 
Tremaine. Darrell. Rt. 3. Berea. 986-4577 
Vaughan. Ronald G.. Freeburn. 456-3464 
Vaughn. Charles B.. Sp. Tng. Co.. 4th Tng. Bde.. Ft. Knox, 

624-3558, 624-3558 
Veneklase, Bruce, 1927 Emerson Avenue, Louisville, 452- 

6225 
Viars, William J.. 2029 New Linden. Newport. 581-4567 
Vincent. Dale V.. 400 W. 4th Street, Central Citv, 754-1203, 

754-2272 
Voorhis, Kenneth. 8308 Pandorea Road. Pleasure Ridge. 

937-9831 935-3155 
Vories. Gary W.. 110 Park Avenue. Newport, 291-0617 
Walker. Earl. Rt. 6. Box 15-A. Bowling Green. 842-2760 
Ward. Jesse P.. Rt. 3. Richmond. 369-5917 
Watson. Neil S., Huevsville. 358-4306 
Welch. Donald J.. Rt. 2. Milton, 268-5970 
Weihe. Robert J., 1840 Yale Drive. Louisville. 459-6397. 

776-4651 
Wheeler. Joe H.. Box 8. Ferguson. 679-2903 
Whistler. Floyd Thomas. 441 E. Main. Georgetown, 863- 

4256 
Wliitaker. Jack B., 779 Nancv Street, Versailles, 873-4410, 

223-3508 
Whitson, Ronald, 3629 King Arthur Drive, Lexington, 272- 

3866. 299-4027 
Wickersham. James E.. 915 WeUs Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

471-8786. 786-3332 
Williams. Paul. Hager Hill. 297-4863. 789-4215 
Wilson. Paul A.. Irvington. 547-2522. 547-9971 
Wise. Dale L.. C/O Tollesboro Christian Church. Tolles- 

boro. 798-3691 
Wiseman, Melvin. 410 Broadway, Irvine. 723-2836. 723-9936 
Young. Robert Joseph, 2323 Vaniburg. Apt. 3. Covington, 

331-2537, 689-7616 
Young, William F.. 1815 Wm. N. Taft Road. Apt. 304, 

Cincinnati, Ohio, 961-1189, 261-8211 

CONDUCT OF OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page One) 

in the posterior. The official can anticipate the 
items he will have to explain and he should care- 
fully select the words for each situation or play. 
Explanations should be short, uninvolved, and 
decisive. They should be positive and direct, not 
uncertain, inconclusive or negative. Sarcasm is 
bad and profanity is taboo. To wisecrack is usually 
poor taste. A flash of humor helps to relieve a 
tense situation if it is applied skillfully. It is 
often a way of implying sympathy and under- 
standing in the midst of difficulty." (1) 

Drinking of any type of alcoholic beverage by 
an official immediately prior to. or during, a game 
is inexcusable. Such an official should be barred 
from officiating. In addition, smoking of any type 
in public at the site of the game is not in the best 
interests of the game. 



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Page Seven 



BRYAN STATION — CLASS AA, REGION 3. DISTRICT 2. CHAMPION 




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(Lefl lo Right! Front Row: D. Shroui, S. While, D. Elam, J. Davis, K. Kirk, K. Chenault, R, Johnson. M. 
Meehan, A. Sumner, J. Harain, W. Hamilton, D, Robinson, G. Kitchen. Second Row: J. Dunn, G. Williams, L. 
Lawsoji. L. Hudson, G. Smith, M. Curtis, M. Dallack, D. Courtney. M. Davis. F. Corea, R. Briscoe. R. Thomas, J. 
Jacobsen. M. Hardy, D. Travis. Third Row: S. Greene, F. Williams. J. Land. E, Munroe, S. Stanten. F. Danko, C. 
Rulheriord, J. Prather, J. Eversole. W. Floyd. S. Littral, T. Lilly. V. Covington. F. Parker. T. Adams. Fourth Row: 
J. Arnold. J. Baker. L. Toomey. T. Mitchell. W. Hocker, J. Lloyd. M. Irvine. J. Gorrell. F. Sayers, B. Rhodus, B. 
Brown. J. Parke. T. Blythe. L. Simpson. D. Lilly, W. Gorrell. Fifth Row: J. Wall. N. Tungate. R. Betty, 1. Hunt, S. 
Marsh, B. Pratt, B. Moberly, C. Tuck, F. Youjag. J, Dawson, G. Arnold, T. Kerns. H. White. R. Miller, Sixth Row: 
M. Maggard, L. Ingram, B. Atkinson, B. Danko, J. Buck'ey, L. Philpot, E. Morton, S. Smith, P. Davis, C. Cooper, 
S. Hellard, B. Dorshe, R. Birch. B. O'Neal. M. Walker. Seventh Row: F. Faulkener. K. Muse. C. Green, R. 
Mitchell, S. Ibershof, M. Plummer, Coach T. Lanham, Cosch T. Clarke, Coach E. Selliers, Coach L. Hay. 



Your appearance is especially important. 
Dress so that you will be respected by those you 
meet. The National Alliance Officials Manual 
states the following: 

"Appearance: The official's appearance will 
affect the conduct of the game to a great degree. A 
sloppily dressed official will find he has diffi- 
culty in having his decisions accepted on the field. 
On the other hand, the man who wears the proper 
uniform, which is neat, will foster proper atti- 
tudes from all concerned. The physical condition 
of an official is definitely part of his appearance. 
The man who carries himself in a military man- 
ner, moves quickly from one position to another, 
and who has stamina to last throughout the game, 
will have more success than the official who does 
not possess these qualities. Officiating is strenu- 
ous, exhausting work. In order to meet the chal- 
lenge, the official must have obtained a thorough 
annual physical examination and be in good phy- 
sical condition. Adjuncts to good condition are 
proper rest and care in eating prior to a game. 
Game officials should look like athletes. That is 
to say, the chest should protrude farther than the 
stomach and he should be able to hustle as the 
situation necessitates. The individual who is out 
of condition more often than not does a poor job 
of officiating simply because he is unable to cover 
the play. The appearance of this type of official 
on the field detracts from the coaches' and play- 
ers' confidence in the officiating team." (2) 

During the game, be prepared to give your 
best for the entire game. 'The official that is un- 
able to do so should not be officiating. The coaches 
and players who have worked long hours in prep- 
aration for the game deserve competent officials 
who have a complete understanding of the letter 
as well as the spirit of the rules. They deserve 
officials who treat them with respect, who ans- 
wers questions courteously, who make no uncom- 
plimentary remarks, and who work to make the 
game the "only" game for them. Interest in other 



games at other sites certainly is out of place dur- 
ing the game you are officiating. 

Your attitude and actions toward your fellow 
officials are also extremely important. 

"Cooperation: Officiating is a team effort and 
each individual must perform his specified duties 
and cover his outlined areas if the crew is to be 
successful. Team work is essential, it is necessary 
that all individuals function as a unit, working 
closely together and cooperating with one an- 
other. In order to be most efficient each member 
of the team must perform his duties proudly and 
thoroughly. Each one must be willing to accept 
responsibility and never attempt to shift the blame 
to another member of the crew. Through actions 
and words, each man will endorse and support 
decisions of his fellow team members. By doing 
this, individual members develop mutual respect 
and there is no embarrassment to any one of- 
ficial." (3) 

"Loyalty to fellow officials implies an active, 
intelligent desire to carry out the intent of fne 
rules by a well coordinated team. There should 
be no press or radio interviews about a game 
worked by the official nor any public criticism 
of a fellow official." (4) 

■^VTien the game is over, leave the playing 
site as quickly as possible with your fellow of- 
ficials. Do not visit or argue with coaches, fans, 
or others at the game. Proceed to your dressing 
room and prepare to leave the site. 

Coaches or disgruntled fans should not be 
permitted in your dressing room. If they insist 
upon berating you, ask for help in remo\'ing them 
if necessarj'. On the other hand, a coach who 
wishes to discuss a situation, and who is not angry 
or belligerent, should be treated courteously and 
his question answered if possible. Again, the Of- 
ficials Manual has good advice. 

"Arguments with a player, coach, or team 
representative do not settle anything. After a 
game, if a coach asks what happened on a certain 



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play, your explanation should be the extent of 
your conversation. It is unprofitable to try to 
convince him he is wrong. An easy way to end 
the conversation is to say, "Well, coach, if it hap- 
pened the way YOU say it did, I must have 
missed it.'' (5) 

When you have dressed, go to your car and 
leave the vicinitj' of the game. Do not seek ath- 
letic directors or coaches and ask for an evalua- 
tion of your efforts, nor ask for contracts for fu- 
ture games. If they are offered to you, accept 
them in good grace, but do not seek them. 

If you wish to eat after a game, you should 
do so in a place where fans from neither school 
will be present. In small communities, leave the 
community and drive several miles. In the larger 
cities, it is not difficult to find a place not fre- 
quented by team followers. Above all, avoid 
coaching personnel and game administration of 
either team. 

In conclusion, if you have been ready to of- 
ficiate, if you have done your best, if you have 
treated others as you would wish to be treated, 
and avoided possible embarrassing situations, your 
work will be rewarded. If no other way. you will 
have the personal satisfaction of knowing that 
you have contributed to the enjoyment of many 
young people. You will know that it was a whole- 
some experience for them as well as you, and 
that you have helped to teach them to play by 
the rules. 

Ci) Football Officials Manual, National Alli- 
ance Edition, 1970, Page 3; (2) Ibid., Page 9; (3) 
Ibid., Page 7; (4) Ibid., Page 4; (5) Ibid., Page 5. 



REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1970-1971 

(List Compiled December 1) 

If Ihe lelephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Bendorf. Tom, 1507 Kirwan Tower. Lexington. 258-8287 
Cline. Jack D., 118 Roan Road, Versailles, 873-5045, 873- 

5045 
Colyer. Richard S.. 135 Rolling Hills, Danville, 236-4294, 

236-4294 
Cox, WiUiam B., P. O. Box 185. Danville, 236-8774, 236-5211 
Easley, Dan W., 107 Morrison, Wilmore. 858-4072, 858-3911 
Givens. C. Michael. 704 Woodland Avenue, Lexington, 

252-9323, 252-9323 
Halcomb, Ted. 202 Brown Avenue, LouisviUe, 896-1846. 

585-2201 
Hall, Floyd H.. Millersburg Militarv, MiUersburg, 484-3352 

434-3352 
Hardy. Thomas W.. Box 99A, R. R. 1, California. 635-2253, 

397-3871 
Ingraham, Gary J.. 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville, 425- 

5215. 897-2815 
Jump. Frank E.. 200 Elizabeth Street. Bowling Green. 842- 

8060, 843-4707 
Konvalinka, John P.. 215 Mills Drive. Clarksville. Tenn., 

548-2695 
McMillin, Larry L.. Rt. 3. Box 71. Crestwood, 241-8998, 

222-9461 
Nau, Richard R.. 3109 Forest Avenue, EvansviUe. Ind., 

424-3743. 842-9876 
Nichols. Mike. Hayes Street. Clarksville, Tenn. 
Quinn. Larry. 26 Valley View Ct., New Albany, Ind., 

945-3986, 283-6611 
Scholtz. Randolph, Box 560, Centre College. Danville, 263- 

6178 
Terry. Bob S.. 128 Blue Ridge Road, Anchorage, 245-0006, 

245-4101 
Vogelsang, Larry B.. 25 New URI, Florence, 371-5365 
Warren. Lawrence A.. R. R. 3, Box 83-F, Corvdon, Ind., 

7.38-2167. 738-2166 
Weenolsen. Robert O.. 4332 S. 3rd Street. Louisville. 366- 

8200. 425-2541 
Wolfe. Tonv. 3525 Tales Creek Pike. Apt. 87. Lexington. 

272-2128 



Cross Country Champions 




Andy Hartlage Maxie Hadley 

Pictured above are Andy Hartlage of De Sales 
and Maxie Hadley of Adair County who were 
respectively individual champions in the Class 
AAA and Class AA cross country meets held at 
Bellarmine College on October 31, 1970. 



All-Americans 

Jack Thompson, long time K.H.S.A.A. State 
Swimming member and manager for many years 
of the Class AAA State Swimming meets, writes 
that he had just received the information that 
several high school swimmers and drivers made 
the 1970 High School All- American Team. The 
schools represented, swimmers, and events are as 
follows: 

Eastern High School — Susie Shields, 100 yard 
butterfly 

Waggener High School — Laurie Paine, diving 

Westport High School— Robin Wright, 100 
yard backstroke; Mary Bridgers, diving; Sue 
Peters, diving. 



Referendum 

On October 6, 1970, the Commissioner mailed 
to the principals of K.H.S.A.A. member schools, 
by direction of the Board of Control, a constitu- 
tional amendment. The amendment proposed to 
add Paragraph 10 to Article IV, Section 3-d, of 
the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, outlining duties and 
powers of the Board of Control, to read: "Have 
authority, as trustees, to purchase or otherwise 
acquire real property, and to sell, exchange, lease, 
mortgage, or in any manner dispose of any real 
property upon such terms and for such consider- 
ations as the trustees consider proper." 

A two-thirds majority of all votes cast is 
necessary to amend the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, 
The amendment passed by a vote of 238-13. 



Approved Wrestling Officials 

Since this is the second year of registration 
for officials in the sport of wresthng, the highest 
rating that may be attained by an official regis- 
tered in that sport is Approved. The following 
officials have received this rating for the 1970-71 
school year: Jack D. Cline, Richard S. Colyer, 
Dan Easley, Gary J. Ingraham, Randolph F. 
Scholtz, and Robert O. Weenolsen. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1970 



Page Nine 



Official Dickinson Ratings For The 1970 Football Season 



CLASS A 
REGION I 
District 1 
Team W 

1. Russellville 5 

2. Ft. Campbell 6 

3. Trigg County 5 

4. Fulton 3 

4. Todd Central 3 

6. Murray 2 

7. North Marshall 2 

8. Crittenden County 

8. Fulton County 

District 2 

1. Campbellsville 6 

2. Glasgow 4 

3. Allen County 7 

4. Tompkinsville 5 

5. Warren Central 4 

B. Caverna 5 

7. Butler County 4 

8. Metcalfe County 3 

9. Warren East 

10. Cumberland County 

11. Greensburg 

REGION II 
District I 

1. Bardstown 4 

2. Eminence 3 

3. Shelbvville 2 

4. Lou. Cty. Day 3 

5. Washington County 2 

6. Henry County 1 

7. Ky. Mil. Inst." 

District 2 

1. Frankfort 6 

2. Harrodsburg 7 

3. Madison 3 

3. Sayre 3 

5. Stanford 5 

6. Burgin 3 

7. Scott County 2 

8. Berea 2 

9. Garrard County 2 

10. Boyle County 2 

11. Georgetown 1 

II. Ky. School Deaf 1 

13. Anderson County 1 

14. Mercer County 1 

15. Estill County' 

REGION III 
District 1 

1. Dayton 4 

2. Ludlow 5 

3. McKell 4 

4. Beechwood 2 

4. Fairyiew 2 

4. Raceland 2 

7. Carroll County 2 

8. -Wurtland 1 

9. Catlettsburg 1 

10. Bellevue 1 

11. Owen Coimty 

' Defeated Catlettsburg 

District 2 

1. Paris 5 

2. Montgomery County 3 

3. Rowan County 6 

4. Mt. Sterling 4 

5. Fleming Coimty 5 

6. Maysville 4 

7. M. M. I. 2 

7. Morgan County 3 

9. Bath County 2 

10. Lewis County 

10. Nicholas County 

REGION IV 
District 1 

1 Lynch 4 

1. Pineville 4 

3. Harlan 2 

4. Lynn Camp 1 

5. Williamsburg 

6. Mt. Vernon 









2. 


L 


T 


Rating 


4' 


U 





25.00 




1 





21.25 


fi 


2 





18.57 




3 





15.00 


8 


3 





15.00 


9 


3 





14.00 


10 


4 





13.34 




6 





10.00 




4 





10.00 







1 


28.13 







1 


25.03 




1 





23.75 




2 





20.00 


1. 


1 


1 


18.33 


9 


4 





17.78 


3. 


5 





14.44 


4. 


6 


1 


14.00 


5. 


S 


1 


10.83 


B. 


fi 


1 


10.71 


J . 


8 





10.00 


( . 


4 


4 


25.00 


1. 


1 


1 


21.88 


3. 


1 


1 


19.38 


1 





18.75 


5. 
6. 


2 





15.00 


4 





12.00 


B 





10.00 


8. 








27.501 




II 





22.50 




1 





21.25 




1 


1 


21.25 




3 





18.13 




2 





17.00 


'-■ 


2 





15.00 


4. 


5 





14.29 


3 





14.00 




4 





13.34 




3 





12.50 




3 





12.50 




5 





11.67 




fi 





11.43 




4 





10.00 


1 





1 


23.12 


2 





1 


20.62 


3 


1 





19.00 


4 


2 





15.00 


5 


2 





15.00 


5 


2 





15.00 




3 





14.00 




3 





12,50 




3 





12.50 




4 





12.00 




4 





10.00 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 








30.00 


D. 


1 





23.75 




1 





21.25 


' ■ 


1 





21.00 




4 





18.89 




2 





17.50 




2 





15.00 




3 





15.00 




fi 





12.50 




fi 





10.00 




8 





10.00 










20.00 


1 
9 

3 


(1 





20.00 


4 


2 





15.00 


b 


3 


1 


13.00 


6 


3 


1 


11.25 


7 


4 





10.00 





District 2 

Wheelwright 7 

PikevUle 6 

Paintsville 4 

Louisa 2 

Johns Creek 4 

Jeiikins 2 

Elkhorn City 3 

Fleming-Neon 2 

Virgie 1 

Mulhns 

CLASS AA 

REGION I 
District I 
Team w 

Mayfield 5 

Paducah Tilghman 3 

Hopknisville 4 

Franklin-Simpson 4 

Bowling Green 2 

Christian County 2 

Caldwell County 

Lone Oalv 

District 2 

Madisonville 6 

Dayiess County 4 

0\\ ensl^oro 3 

Union County 3 

Henderson 3 

Owensboro Catholic 3 

Henderson County 1 

Oliio County 

•Defeated Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 

Elizabethtown 7 

Nortli Hardin 6 

Meade County 6 

Nelson County 5 

Marion County 2 

LaRue County 4 

Fort Kno-x 3 

Bulhtt Central 2 

Shelby County 1 

Breckinridge County 

Oldham County __I 

District 2 

Danyille 5 

Henry Clay 3 

Lafayette 3 

Jessamine County 2 

Somerset 

Woodford County 

REGION III 

District 1 

Highlands 8 

Russell 3 

Holmes 7 

Bovd County 3 

Lloyd 5 

Coyington Catholic 2 

Newport Catholic 2 

Campbell County 4 

Simon Kenton 3 

Boone Coiuity 2 

Dixie Heights" 2 

Newport 1 

Conner 

Paul G. Blazer 

District 2 

Bryan Station 6 

Tales Creek 3 

Harrison County 4 

Franklin County 2 

George Rogers Clark 2 

•Bourbon County 1 

Madison Central 1 

■"Defeated Madison Central 









25.00 


9 


1 


20.63 


1 





20.00 


1 


1 


19.38 


2 





18.33 


3 





16.00 


4 





14.29 


fi 





12.50 


5 





11.67 


7 





10. UO 



L 


T 


Rating 








27.50 


1 





21.25 


2 





20.00 


2 





18.33 


3 





14.00 


4 





13.33 


6 





10.00 


4 





10.00 








25.00 


1 


1 


19.58 


9 


1 


17.92 


3 





16.67 


4 





14.29 


4 





14.29 


6 





11.43 


4 





10.00 









27.50 


2 





20.00 


3 





18,89 


3 





18.75 


2 





17.50 


4 





16.25 


b 





13.75 


4 





13.33 


3 





12.50 


6 





10.00 


4 





10.00 








25.00 


1 





21.25 


2 





18.00 


2 





15.00 


4 





10.00 


4 





10.00 









25.00 


1 


1 


23.75 


1 





19.38 


2 





19.00 


2 





18.57 


2 





17.50 


2 





16.25 


4 





15.00 


5 





13.75 


4 


1 


13.57 


5 


1 


13.13 


6 





11.43 


4 





10.00 


4 





10.00 








25.00 


1 





23.75 


1 





19.00 


3 





14.00 


4 





13,33 


4 





12.00 


4 





12.00 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1970 



REGION IV 
Dislrici 1 

1. Middlesboro 6 

2. Corbin 6 1 

3. Laurel Countv 4 2 

4. Russell County 2 1 

5. Evarts 2 2 

6. Bell County 3 4 

7. James Cawood 2 3 

8. Wavne County 1 2 

a. Knox Central 1 4 

10. Whitley County 5 

11. Cumberland 4 

District 2 

1. Hazard 4 

2. Prestonsburg 3 1 

3. -Leslie County 2 2 

4. M. C. Napier 2 2 

5. Belfrv 1 3 

6. Whitesburg 4 

•Defeated M. C. Napier 

CLASS AAA 
REGION I 

Team W L 

1. Trmity 7 

2. Male 6 2 

3. 'Shawnee 5 3 

4. Flaget 5 3 

5. duPont Manual 6 3 






25.00 





21.25 





20.00 


1 


17.50 





15.00 


(1 


14.29 


1) 


14.00 


1 


13.75 





12.00 


1 


10.83 





10.00 



T 
7 







22.50 
18.75 
15.00 
15.00 
12.50 
10.00 



Rating 
30.00 
21.25 
19.38 
19.38 
18.89 



6. Central 2 4 

7. St. Xavier 3 4 

8. Atherton 2 3 

9. Iroquois 2 5 

10. DeSales 1 6 

11. Bishop David 6 

'Defeated Flaget 

REGION 11 
District 1 

1. Butler 6 

2. Southern __ 4 2 

3. Stuart 4 1 

4. Valley 4 3 

5. 'Western 3 4 

I). Fandale __ 3 4 

7. Doss 2 5 

8. Pleasure Ridge Park 7 

•Defeated Fairdale 

District 2 

1. Thomas Jefferson 7 

2. Eastern 7 1 

3. Seneca 5 2 

4. Westport 5 3 

5. Jeffersontown 5 3 

B. Waggener 3 4 

7. Durrett 2 5 

8. Ballard 1 5 

9. Fern Creek 1 7 

10. Moore 6 



16.43 
14.38 
14.00 
12.86 
11.43 
10.00 



25.00 
19.17 
19.00 
18.57 
15.71 
15.71 
12.86 
10.00 



25.00 
23.75 
23.00 
19.38 
18.13 
15.71 
12.86 
11.67 
11.25 
10.00 



I'll Watch Schoolboys 

By Bob Schlesinger 

EDITOR'S NOTE: The reasons why millions o£ basket- 
ball fans prefer the game al The Inlerscholastic level are 
described by sports writer Bob Schlesinger of the Cleve- 
land Plain Dealer. The significance of Mr. Schlesinger's 
point of view, to athletic administrators, is to make sure 
we preserve the qualities of our game which make it the 
most interesting. 

To explain the main reason why high school 
basketball is better than either the pro or college 
variety requires borrowing a term from competi- 
tive diving. 

The term is degree of difficulty. It means that 
a competitor receives a higher score for complet- 
ing a difficult dive, one requiring a couple of 
nifty fUp flops, than for an easy one, like where 
he just holds his nose and falls into the pool. 

A successful basket stuffed in by a seven- 
footer with his hands directly above the rim has 
about the same degree of difficulty as sinking a 
five-foot putt . . . into the Grand Canyon. 

And the degree of difficulty of an eight-foot 
jump shot by a 6-6 guard is about the same as 
kicking an extra point. 

THE TWO SHOTS I just mentioned are the 
basic ones in pro basketball except for the foul 
shot. And foul shots are something that I've seen 
pounchy old men, fighting the Battle of the Bulge 
at the local YMCA, execute about as well as the 
average pro eager. 

Much of the rest of the pro game consists of 
eight guys watching two guys play one-on-one, 
a silly situation made possible by the rule pro- 
hibiting zone defenses. 

This rule means that most teams' best offen- 
sive strategy in the late stages of a game is to 
send four guys off in one corner some place where 
four rivals must dutifully follow them. This 
leaves the team's best shooter (an Oscar Robert- 
son or Jerry West) alone to score against a guy 
who can't possibly stop him without the help from 
his teammates, which he ought sensibly to be al- 
lowed to have. 

The other problem of pro basketball is that 
the games and season are both too long. Thus, 
only the final few minutes of any one game are 
played at top speed. 

Major college basketball is a slight improvement, 
because at least sensible defenses are permitted. 
But its problem is that it's really pro basketball 
under the guise of amateurism. 



Even were we to concede that college basket- 
ball players don't receive under-the-table induce- 
ment to sign up with a particular college team 
(which would be like conceding that no one cheats 
on his income tax) the players still would be pro- 
fessionals. 

They are getting free room, board and tu- 
ition, which amounts to at least $3000 per year 
almost anywhere anymore. 

The degree of difficulty problem is almost 
as severe in major college ball as it is in the pros 
too. One of this season's most successful teams is 
Jacksonville University. 

THE REASON for this is that Jacksonville 
went out and hired itself a center and two for- 
wai'ds who average seven feet in height (actually 
bigger than any starting front line in the NBA). 
Needless to say, they are remarkably successful 
at dropping those five-foot putts into Grand Can- 
yon. 

Motivation is also a question mark. The col- 
lege player is given a four-year contract upon en- 
trance and unless his coach is particularly un- 
scrupulous, it's his whether or not he plays well. 
There's no great reason for him to give 100 per 
cent each game. 

In contrast, the high school player's "contract" 
can be terminated at any time if he misbehaves 
or otherwise displays a poor attitude. 

BUT THIS really is almost never necessary. 
He's there without tangible reward because he 
wants to be. He usually loves the game and al- 
ways is seeking the admiration of his peers. 

The high school game and schedule is the 
shortest. It's possible for a player to go full speed 
every minute of every game and almost every 
one of them do. 

The high school player also passes more, which 
gives the game the exciting rhythm it was in- 
tended to have. To the pros, passing is something 
they do with the mashed potatoes at the dinner 
table). 

And most important, 5-6 high school players 
score from much farther out than their seven- 
foot professional counterparts. 

Their game is equivalent in difficulty to sink- 
ing wedge shots and long putts into a standard 
cup instead of those gimmees into the canyon. 

It's an accomplishment for a high school play- 
er to score, not an accident when he doesn't. 

Which is why high school basketball's best. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1970 



Page Eleven 



DANVILLE — CLASS AA. REGION 2. DISTRICT 2. CHAMPION 




(Lcfi lo Righi) Fronl Row: G. Simpson, I, Moreno, D. Sparrow, D. Reed, B. Feather, P. Durham, B. Rulh, R. 
Stamps, D. Fraser, J. Singleton, J. Bedinger, C. Schweinfurth, Trainer D. Hanks. Second Row; Ass't Coach J. 
McReynolds, D. Berry, R. Graham, J. Frankel, B. McGinnis, R. Sanders, T. Vincent, J. Albright, R. Keene, J. Mil- 
burn, S. Kerbaugh, R. Rutledge, T. Dexter, T. Edwards, Mgr. C. Simpson, Ass't Coach D. Lampley. Third Row: 
Ass't Coach M. Swain, Mgr. M. Fortune, C. Byers. C. Cline, C. Miller, J. Baird, C. Webber, M. Carter, R. Lynch, 
R. Frye. M. Yocum, N. McGill. J. Feather, K. Rawlings, T. Sagar, Mgr. L. Reed, Ass't Coach D, Cottrell. Fourth 
Row: Ass't Coach D. Horn, Mgr. W. Smith. D. Hurt, R. Brown, E. Helton, W. Henniger, J. Akin, R. Blair, T, Byer- 
ly, R. Graham, A. Geo JaJa, B. Tymensky, P. Quails, K. Richardson, E. Grey, C. Ford, T. Rousey, Coach P. Dale. 



RUSSELL VILLE — CLASS A, REGION 1, CHAMPION 




^*t**lt*» 



(Left to Right) Fronl Row: R. Russell, R. Cox, J. Morgan, D. Humphries, C. Gritfith, R. Walker, C. GrinJer, R. 
Malar. J. Morrow. J. Hankins. Second Row: D. Settle, G. Arnold, B. Westbrook, M. Gough. D. Bell. B. Kees, T. 
Stokes. J. Emberger. K. McKenzie. S. Williamson. M. Sasson. V. Benton. Third Row: M. Wilson. A. Guion. D. 
Sanford. M. Wilson. K. Hancock, D. Hall. J. Faenza. H. SUvey. W. Carter. W. Taylor. D. Cabbage. W. Todd. Fourth 
Row: B. Flowers, R. Cowan. M. Barton. B. Costello, K. Northern, B. Stalton, B. Parrish, R. Parrish, D. Averilt, 
B. Tattitch, J. Hughes, S. Neil. D. Costello, S. Hindman. 

Sustained activity causes fatigue, partly because 
it drains the reserve of carbohydrates. Endurance 
sports call for a stepped-up consumption of car- 
bohydrates, but consumption of excessive amounts 
serves no purpose. 

Fat is oxydized ("burned") in increasing pro- 
portion in a proportion in a prolonged activity. 
Fat as a fuel is chiefly an alternate for carbohy- 
drates. 

Growing athletes engaged in strenuous sports 
need hberal quantities of protein but excessive 
amounts serve no purpose. If an athlete has a 
good all-round diet, no supplementary vitamins 
are needed unless a medically determined de- 
ficiency exists. In weather in which players per- 
spire freely, extra salting of food may be desir- 
able. 

On the day of a game, a player is nervous in 
varying degrees, and attempts at changing his 
established food pattern may upset him. Easily 
digested "tried and true" foods taken three or 
four hours before the event are safest. 

— National Federation and A. M. A. 



The AU-American Diet 

The "All-American Diet" for athletes is com- 
posed of a wide variety of good foods. While there 
is no magic pill, wonder food, or sure-fire formula 
that will make a star out of a second-stringer, a 
proper diet will help keep a participant at his 
best. 

A good food lineup to supply all needed car- 
bohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals, and vitamins 
includes: Class A (bread-cereal group — four or 
more daily servings of enriched or restored bread 
or cereal; Class B (milk group) — four or more 
daily glasses of milk, part of which may be re- 
placed with cheese or ice cream; Class C (meat 
group) — beef, veal, pork, lamb, poultry, fish, eggs, 
with dried beans, peas, and nuts as alternates; 
Class D (vegetable-fruit group) — four or more 
daily servings to include one of a citrus fruit or 
other fruit or vegetable high in Vitamin C con- 
tent, other fruits and vegetables, including po- 
tatoes, and, at least each alternate day, a deep- 
green or deep-yellow vegetable. 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1970 




1971 Track Rule Changes 

Definitions: Requires all participants to wear 
shoos while participating. Shoes are considered 
part of the official uniform. 

1-4-2: Eliminates the use of sawdust in the 
high jump landing pit. effective with the 1973 
season, and recommends the use of eighteen inches 
of commercially semi-compressed shock-absorbing 
soft material, or twenty-four inches of loose syn- 
thetic material, or foam rubber, or an air mattress 
inflated to twenty-four inches as a high jump 
landing pit. (This material will be required be- 
ginning ".'ith the 1973 season.) 

1-4-4: Permits the use of cantilever standards 
in the pole vault. Paragraph 1-4-5: Permits the 
use in the light running long jump of a takeoff 
board manufactured of material other than wood. 

1-4-6: Authorizes the use of a shot put stop- 
board constructed of concrete, fiber glass, metal, 
wood, or other hard-surfaced material. 

2-1: Provides that the host school have spikes 
of a type to be used on all winter tracks and run- 
ways available for sale at the site of the meet. 

4-5: Provides that a contestant who is dis- 
qualified for unsportsmanlike conduct in any 
event shall be denied future participation in that 
particular track meet. 

7-2 and 7-4: Requires the competitor in the 
discus and shot put events to come to a stop after 
entering the throwing circle before beginning his 
throwing motion in these two events. 

7-3: Specifies that a hurdler shall be disquali- 
fied if he fails to attempt to clear each hurdle 
during a given race. 

8-2: Provides that qualifiers in preliminaries 
or semi-final heats in the sprints and hurdle races 
be assigned to lanes in the middle of the track. 



8-3: Establishes exchange zone for shuttle 
relay races. These zones shall extend from four 
feet ahead of the starting line. The runner may 
leave the starting line when the incoming team- 
mate breaks the line of the exchange zone with 
liis torso. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled December 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
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Bardstown 
Bardstown 
Bardstown 
Bardstown 



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Conference Standings 

Big Eight Conference 

Madisonville N. Hopkins 6 

Daviess Co. 4 11 

Owensboro 3 2 1 

Union Co. 3 3 

Owensboro Catholic 2 4 

Henderson 2 4 

Henderson Co. 6 



Blue Grass Conference 

Sayre 5 

Burgin 5 2 

LouisviUe Country Day 3 1 

Mercer Co. 2 3 

K. M. I. 1 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 4 



Central Kentucky Conference 



Northeastern Kentucky Conference 



Danville 
Henry Clay 
Frankfort 
Harrodsburg 
Mt. Sterling 
Jessamine Co. 
Stanford 
Madison 
Georgetown 
Somerset 
Woodford Co. 
Garrard Co. 
Anderson Co. 
Paris 

Shelbyville 
M. M. I. 



6 
4 
6 
6 
4 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

4 
2 


































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24.00 





21.00 





20.00 





20.00 





17.00 





15.00 





15.00 





13.33 





12.00 





12.00 





11.66 





11.42 





10.00 





N.R. 





N.R. 





N.R. 



Cumberland Valley Conference 

Lynch 5 

Hazard 4 10 

Evarts 2 3 

Cawood 14 

Cumberland 5 

Eastern Kentucky Mountain Conference 

Wheelwright 7 



Pikeville 


4 


1 





M. C. Napier 


2 


1 





Belfry 


2 


1 





Elkhorn City 


3 


3 





Johns Creek 


2 


3 





Jenkins 


2 


3 





Whitesburg 





4 


1 


Fleming-Neon 





5 


1 


Mid-State Conference 




Bryan Station 


6 








Harrison County 


5 


1 





Montgomery County 


4 


3 





George Rogers Clark 


4 


3 





Franklin County 


3 


4 





Scott County 


1 


3 





Madison Central 


1 


5 





Bourbon County 


1 


6 





North Central 


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Eminence 


3 


1 





Oldham Co. 


2 





1 


Owen Co. 


1 


2 





CarroU Co. 


1 


1 


2 


Henry Co. 





3 


1 



Russell 

Boyd Co. 

Louisa 

McKell 

Raceland 

Wurtland 

Catlettsburfi 



23.75 
21.25 
20.63 
18.00 
12.00 
12.00 
10.00 



Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference 



Highlands 

Lloyd 

Holmes 

Campbell Co. 

Dixie Heights 

Ludlow 

Dayton 

Boone Co. 

Simon Kenton 

Beechwood 

Newport 

Conner 

Bellevue 



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6 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
2 
1 


Sky Conference 



Russellville 
Franklin-Simpson 
Bowling Green 
Glasgow 



26.00 
23.00 
21.00 
18.33 
17.50 
16.66 
15.00 
14.37 
13.33 
12.50 
12.22 
12.00 
10.00 



Southern Kentucky Athletic Conference 



*Campbellsville 

*Glasgow 

Tompkinsville 

Caverna 

Metcalfe Co. 

Greensburg 

*Co-Champions 



22.50 
22.50 
18.00 
17.00 
15.00 
10.00 



Southeastern Kentucky Conference 



Middlesboro 
Pineville 
Corbin 
Harlan 
Laurel Co. 
BeU Co. 
WiUiamsburg 
Lynn Camp 
Knox Central 
Whitley Co. 



Mayfield 

Paducah Tilghman 
Ft. Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Franklin-Simpson 
Christian Co. 
Trigg Co. 
Fulton 
Murray 

Bowling Green 
Lone Oak 
Caldwell Co. 
North Marshall 
Crittenden Co. 



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7 


2 







5 


2 







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2 







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3 







3 


4 







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4 


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1 


3 


1 




1 


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Conference 


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25.00 


4 


1 





21.00 


5 


1 





20.83 


5 


2 





20.00 


4 


3 





17.86 


3 


4 





17.86 


4 


4 





16.87 


3 


3 





16.67 


2 


6 





16.25 


2 


5 





15.71 


2 


4 





15.00 


1 


6 





14.29 


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4 





14.00 





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VOL. XXXIII— No. 6 



JANUAHY, 1971 



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Early Season Basketball Questions 



EDITOR'S NOTE: These inlerptelalions of the lules 
of the National Basketball Conunillee of the United 
States and Canada do not set asid» nor modify any rule. 
The rulings are made by the National Federation of Stale 
High School Associations in response to situations pre- 
sented. 

CLIFFORD B. FAGAN, Editor, N. F. Publications 

1. Play: With a few seconds clock time remain- 
ing in the first quarter, Al makes a throw-in to 
A2 (clock not started — timer's error). A2 dribbles 
into front court and misses attempt. Bl recovers 
rebound and dribbles fuU length of court. As play 
passes bench, coach of team A notices clock has 
not been started and calls error to timer's atten- 
tion, who then starts clock. With 1 second left on 
the clock in the quarter, A2 fouls Bl. Time ex- 
pires before timer can stop the clock. 

Ruling: Assess A2 with a personal foul. Ad- 
minister the free throw(s) before the intermis- 
sion. Start the succeeding or next period with a 
center jump. Referee may not correct this timer's 
error because he (referee) did not know exactly 
how much playing time was consumed while the 
clock had been stopped. 

2. Play: While try by Al is on the basket ring, 
A2 jumps and; (a) taps ball into basket; or (b) 
forcefully stuffs or jams the ball down into the 
basket. 

RuUng: In both (a) and (b) the baU became 
dead when touched by A2, therefore, there is no 
score. In (b) there is a double infraction. A2 not 
only committed basket interference, but he also 
dunked, the penalty for which is a technical foul. 
In (a) the ball is awarded to team B for a throw- 
in opposite the free throw line nearest A's basket. 
In (b) team B is awarded a free throw and the 
ball out of bounds at the division line. 

3. Play: Twenty minutes prior to game start- 
ing time, during pre-game warm-up, several squad 
members of team A each dunk once with the of- 
ficials, as well as the coach, as witnesses. When 
the coach submits his squad list to the scorer he 
deliberately omits the names of the violators. 

Ruling: Even though the offenders' names are 
not included on the squad Ust, team A is as- 
sessed a technical foul for each act of dunkLng 
and the game starts with team B attempting the 
free throws. Anyone who participates in the pre- 
game warm-up is part of the squad, regardless 
of whether his name appears on the squad list. 

4. Play: Shirts of team A include a proper 
number, however, on the shirts also appears the 
name of the school or the team nickname "Tig- 
ers" as well as the player's name. Will this be 
permissible beginning with the 1973-74 season? 

Ruling: Yes. 

5. Play: A6 reports to the scorer and is waiting 
to be beckoned onto the court which the officisd 
win be obhgated to do the first time the ball is 
dead and the clock is stopped. Before this status 



is reached, the coach directs A6 to return to his 
bench. The scorer sounds his horn. Coach of team 
A says A6 is not going to enter. 
Ruling: This is legal. 

6. Play: Al tries for a goal and misses. Bl 
then gains control of the ball and throws a long 
pass. A2, in his front court, leaps, catches the pass 
and then aUghts in the back court of team A. 

Ruling: Violation A2 had front court status 
when he gained conti'ol of the ball. When he 
alighted in his back court with the ball, he com- 
mitted an infraction. 

7. Play: Is this statement correct — "Only a 
player controlling a ball can be guarded."? 

Ruling: No. The principles which apply to 
guarding a player who has the ball apply equally 
to guarding a player who does not have the ball, 
except in the case of switching to guard a player 
who does not have the ball. Thus, if Bl is guard- 
ing Al, who does not have the ball, and is in a 
guarding position (facing and in the path of Al), 
he may shift as Al shifts to maintain his position 
in the path of Al. If Bl loses his position in the 
path of Al momentarily, but is able to regain a 
guarding position at the last moment, Bl is em- 
ploying legal guarding tactics. If Al charges into 
Bl under these conditions. Al is responsible for 
the contact. Bl, of course, may not use siny of 
the tactics prohibited by the first paragraph of 
Rule 10. Section 10. 

8. Play: Al is awarded two free throws for a 
personal foul committed by Bl. While Al at- 
tempts his first free throw which is successful, A2 
and A3 are in the first lane space on each side 
of the free throw lane. No effort is made by B 
to enter either of these spaces nor does the offi- 
cial notice that the errors are taking place. After 
Al has made the first free throw attempt and the 
ball is in the air during the second free throw, 
the official discovers the errors and sounds his 
whistle. 

Ruling: Rule 2, Section 10, lists errors which 
may be corrected by officials. Part (e) provides 
that officials may correct an error if a rule is in- 
advertently set aside and results in erroneously 
counting or canceling a score. It also provides that 
if such error is made while the clock is stopped, 
it must be recognized before the clock is next 
started. In the above situation, the clock was stop- 
ped from the time that Bl committed the foul on 
Al. Since the error was discovered during the 
clock was still stopped, the official has the au- 
thority by Rule 2-10-(e) to correct the error. He 
shall cancel the successful free throw and disal- 
low any score resulting from the second free 
throw. The ball shall be put in play at the in- 
volved free throw circle between any two oppon- 
ents. 

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JANUARY, 1971 



VOL. XXXIII— No. 6 



SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 



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Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), VaUey Station; 
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2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Approved and Cerlified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered offi- 
cials qualified for the advanced rating of Ap- 
proved and Certified as a result of the National 
Federation basketball examination which was 
given in Kentucky on December 7, 1970. Only of- 
ficials receiving these higher ratings are eligible 
to work in the district and regional tournaments. 
Only Certified officials are eUgible to work in 
the State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for advanced 
ratings during the current season are as follows: 



CERTIFIED 

Alexander, Rex 
Allen, Nelson R. 
Anders, Raleigh 
Bates, Bob 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Blackwood, Thomas W. 
Blevins, Boone 
Boyles, Paul 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Brock, Alben 
Brock. John H. 
Brown, Billy C. 
Brown, E. C. 
Brown, John W. "Scoop" 
Browning, Earl 
Bruner, Jack C. 
Burch, Bill 
Burke, Harry R. 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, Granville "Bo" 
Butner, Billy M. 
Caldwell, James 
Carlberg, John H. 
Cleavenger, Ed 
Clemmons, Sam 
Cloud, Ralph L. 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Collier, Burnard 
Colhns, Hubert 
Combs, Keith A. 
Conley, Ted L. 
Cooksey, Marvin 
Cox, Rufus A, 



OFFICIALS 

Crager, Bobby F, 
Cravens, Robert L. 
Croft, Lewis E. 
Culp, Ronald D. 
Dame, L. J. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Davis, Harold T. 
Day. Bill E. 
Decker, Dennis L. 
DeVary, Bill 
Disken, James W. 
Dobson, Kenneth 
Dorsey, James 
Dotson, John B. 
Drake, Richard R. 
Driskell, Earl, Jr. 
Duerson, Wm. R. 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade, Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall, Thomas J., Sr. 
Dyke, Orville D. 
Eades, James M. 
Elliott, Carroll L. 
Emery, George A. 
Farley, Jimmy 
Finley, Albert 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Bobby 
Foster, Bob 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, Sherman 




J. O. Lewis 

The Western Athletic Conference during the 
1970 football season initiated the J. O. Lewis 
Sportsmanship Award. Member schools and offi- 
cials of the conference vote to determine the re- 
cipient of the award which is given to a confer- 
ence school. Factors considered are the behavior 
and conduct of the coaches, players, cheerlead- 
ers, student body members, and other fans. 

Fort Campbell High School was the winner 
of the 1970 award. Pictured above are Mr. J. O. 
Lewis, for forty-five years Director of Officials 
and conference Secretary-Treasurer for whom the 
award was named, and Coach Marshall Patterson 
of the Fort Campbell High School 



Gaither, Gene 
Gardner, Howard E. 
Gettler, John F. 
Gibson, Fred W. 
Gilbert, Gerald L. 
Goins, Edgar S. 
Goley, James E. 
Goodman, Jack 
Gour, Bob 
Hardin, Don G. 
Hall, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald A. 
Hammons, Norman 
Hancock, Norb 
Harned, Victor C. 
Harper, Randall H. 
Harper, Robie 
Harris, Billy 
Harrison, John L. 
Hawkins, Donald 
Hayden, John O. 
Hewitt, R. T. 
Hill, Earl F. 
Hina, Roy D. 
Hinton, Henry E., Jr. 
Hofstetter, Joe 
Holt, Robert E. 
Holthouser, Ora L. 
Horsman, Bill 
Hubbs, Cletus L., Jr. 
Hughes, Paul P. 
Hume, Charles E. 
Hunley, Neil P. 
Hunt, Leonard D. 
Hutchens, Jim 
Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Walter 

(Continued 



Jones, Frank 
Kelly, Charles R. 
Kimmel, Jerry 
King, Jim 
Kirk, Charles 
Knight, Bill 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Kuhl, Lawrence 
Latkovski, Anastasius 
Laubheimer, Donald T. 
Lawson, Rondell 
Lequire, H. M . 
Lile, Clyde F . 
List, Frank A. 
Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Louden, Hubert 
Loudy, Kenneth 
Lowe, Gene T. 
Lusby, George H. 
McCargo, Frank 
McClure, W. S. 
McCoy, Hayse 
McGehee, G. K. 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McLane, Albert I. 
McLeod, Robert 
Madon, Robert L. 
Maines, George 
May, E. B., Jr. 
Meiear, Leland 
Meredith, Denny 
Metzger, Don 
Milbern, Daniel L. 
Miller, Bob 
Miller, Ferrel 
Montgomery, Chester 
Moore, Robert 
Morgan, Richard 
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Page Three 



1970-71 MEMBERSHIP IN THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

REGION 1 



School 
D. 1 

D. 2 



D. 3 



D. 4 



Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 

BallarJ Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 

Cuba 

Fanci' Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Benton 

Calloway County 

Murray 

North Marshall 

South Marshall 



Address 

Bardwell 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Clinton 

Barlow 

\V. Paducah 

Paducah 

Paudcah 

Paducah 

Paducah 

Mayfield 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Benton 

Murray 

Murray 

Calvert Citi* 

Benton 



TeL No. Principal 

628-5411 Burley Mathis 

472-1741 Bobby Snider 

236-3168 Jeff Lester 

653-5461 James H. Phillips 

665-5151 Bob Buchanan 

488-3126 Larn' Powell 

554-1820 Glenn E. Dexter 

443-6296 James A. Travlor 

898-2441 B. D. Sydboten 

442-1681 Bro. Bede Keller 

382-2336 \V. W. Chumbler 

623-4349 Jimmy C. Wiggins 

345-2171 C. W. Jones 

674-5333 Charles Hamlin 

247-4461 Barney G. Thweatt 

328-8256 James A. Pickard 

851-3231 Cecil Reid 

376-2236 James A. Baker 

527-9091 Bobby G. Miller 

753-5479 Howard R. Crittenden 

753-5202 Eli Alexander 

395-4400 Gerald S. Jones 

'i27-2891 William A. Cothran 



Coach 

Tom Buchanan 
David Mason 
Charles Murphy 
Clifford Mills 
Dale Ray 
Frank Wright 
Jack McKinney 
Berny Miller 
Don Rudolph 
Dennis Gourley 
Edward L. Ford 
Dennis Pilcher 
Bobby Sexton 
Scott Schlosser 
Bob Sparks 
Ken Wray 
Donald Butler 
Don Funneman 
Edd Jones 
Jern' Conley 
Bobby Toon 
David King 
Charles Lampley 



D. 5 



D. 6 



D. 7 



D. 8 



Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Fredonia 

Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 
Henderson 
Henderson County 
Providence 
L'nion County 
Webster Count)' 
Earlington 
Madisonville- 

North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 
Christian Coumt 
Dawson Springs 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Todd Co. Central 



Princeton 

Marion 

Fredonia 

Burna 

Eddn-ille 

Cadiz 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Provdience 

Morganfield 

Dixon 

Earlington 

Madisonville 
Nortonville 
Nebo 

Hopkinsville 
Dawson Springs 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Elkton 



REGION 2 

365-3531 
965-2248 
545-3431 
988-3263 
388-7883 
522-6653 
826-9568 
827-2506 
667-2411 
389-1454 
639-2651 
383-5511 



821-8503 
676-3443 
249-3151 
886-4463 
797-2017 
798-2540 
886-3384 
265-2506 



Charles T. Elder 
Lorenza D. Davis 
Dennis Cox 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Lige Shadowen 
Arnold S. Oaken 
William H. Womack 
N. D. Barra 
Thomas W. Johnson 
Richard Vincent 
Hugh E. Sellers 
William H. Dunning 

Floyd Brown 
David Siria 
A. O. Richards 
Neal R. Tucker 
Paul Stevens 
Bill R. Pern- 
Mac Arthur 
Andrew Renick 



Joe M. Hill 
George Whitecotton 
Bob Hooks 
Don Ringstaff 
James Ringstaff 
Jim Wallace 
Robert Rogers 
John Eblen 
Philip D. Back 
Ernie Simpson 
Paul Watts 
David F. Jenkins 

Don Parson 
Jim Sugg 
Gary Morgan 
Bob Ho.ggard 
Norman Weaver 
Rov Medlock 
Roy Woolum 
John R. Camp 



D. 9 



D. 10 



D. 11 



Calhoun 

Daviess County 

Livermore 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Sacramento 

Trinity 

Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes -Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 

Breckinridge County 



Calhoun 

Owensboro 

Livermore 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Sacramento 

Whitesville 

Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Beechmont 

Powderly 

Harned 



REGION 3 

273-3264 
684-5285 
278-2522 
684-7221 
684-3215 
736-2343 
233-5533 
525-3411 
754-2272 
476-8411 
338-1317 
338-4650 
476-2204 
338-3550 
756-2149 



Hugh Montgomery 
W P. Wheeler 
Wm D. Snodgrass 
Charles H. Anderson 
Rev. Henry O'Bri'an 
Roy D. Withrow 
Sr. Lennora 
Ken Arbuckle 
Delmas Gish 
WiUar J. Wilcutt 
L. A. Wells 
J. Ernest Atkins 
Charles Fades 
Lyle C. Baugh 
Frank Reams 



Tris Kingden 

Randy Embry 

James T. Neatherj' 

Robert Watson 

Mike Grebe 

Steve Hays 

Bryce Roberts 

Randy Swan 

Jackie Day 

Robie Harper, Jr. 

Joe Thomas 

Jern' Shanks 

Tom Neathamer, Jr. 

Tommy Stovall 

Tom Davis 



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School 



D. 12 



Fordsville 
Frederick Fraize 
Hancock County 
Ohio County 
St. Romuald 
Butler County 
Cane\Tille 
Clarkson 

Edmonson County 
Leitchfield 



Address TeL No. Principal 

Fordsville 276-3601 J. M. Vance 

Cloverport 788-3388 Eugene Pardue 

Lewisport 927-6712 Clifton Banks, Jr. 

Hartford 274-3369 Shelby C. Forsythe 

Hardinsburg 756-5504 Sr. Helen Marie 

Morgantown 526-3793 Darrell C. Hampton 

Caney\'ille 879-4211 Ramon Majors 

Clarkson 242-3061 lames R. Woosley 

Brownsville 597-2182 Roy James 

Leitchfield 259-4175 John H. Taylor 



Coach 

Earn' Frank 
Ed Belcher 
Denzel Mefford 
Ralph Underbill 
Scott Willou.ghby 
Ronald Fentress 
Bill Lee 

Bowman Davenport 
Billy Qemmons 
Cecil Goff 



REGION 4 



D. 13 Adairville Adairville 539-7711 

Auburn Auburn 542-4181 

Chandler's Chapel Auburn 542-4139 

Lewisbur.g Lewisbur.g 755-6191 

Olmstead Olmstead 734-4621 

Russellville RussellviUe 726-6434 

D. 14 Bowling Gteen Bowling Green 842-1674 

Franklin-Simpson Franklin 586-3273 

Warren Central Bowling Green 842-7302 

Warren East Bowling Green 781-1277 

D. 15 Allen County ScottsviUe 622-4119 

Austin-Tracy Lucas 646-2236 

Glasgow Glasgow 651-8801 

Hiseville Hiseville 453-2611 

Park City Park City 749-2665 

ScottsviUe ScottsviUe 237-3751 

Temple Hill Glas.gow 427-2611 

D. 16 Clinton County Albany 387-5569 

Cumberland County Burkesville 864-3451 

Gamaliel Gamaliel 457-2341 

Metcalfe County Edmonton 432-2481 

Tompkinsville Tompkinsville 487-6217 



Jesse L. Richards 
Tom Garrett 
Morris Shelton 
Billy E. McKinney 
John McCajley 
R. D. Reynolds 
W. B. Jones. Jr. 
Ray Hammers 
Henry E. Resch 
Kenneth Harvey 
Bennie Keen 
George Helm 
Eldon J. Smith 
Frank P. Newberry 
Darrell Florence 
Bruce Stewart 
James C. Coomer 
Perry C. Hay 
Edwin R. Hopper 
Edwin Steen 
Howard B. Keel 
Randall Grider 



Tommy Cummings 
Howard Gorrell 
Ivan G Pogue 
Bob Birdwhistell 
Jimmy Milam 
Wayne Mullen 
Donald B. Webb 
Frank Cardwell 
Lowell Hammers 
W. B. Cate 
Tommy Long 
Bill R. Reece 
Tommy Downing 
Bob Sturgeon 
Elbridge Oliphant 
Lyle Dunbar 
Jim E. Lindsey 
Lindle Castle 
Larry McDonald 
Jerome Taylor 
Russell VanZant 
Prentice Standford 



REGION 5 



D. 17 East Hardin Glendale 

Elizabethtown Elizabethtown 

Fort Knox Fort Knox 

Meade County Brandenburg 

North Hardin Radcliff 

West Hardin Stephensburg 

D. 18 Caverna Horse Cave 

Greenbsurg Greensburg 

Hart County Munfordville 

LaRue County Hodgenville 

D. 19 Bardstown Bardstown 

Nelson County Bardstown 

St. Catherine New Haven 
Washington County Springfield 

D. 20 Adair County Columbia 

Campbellsville Campbellsville 

Marion County Lebanon 

Taylor County Campbellsville 



854-2300 Don Cothran 

765-5237 Paul E. Kerrick 

624-6647 Robert B. Burrow 

422-3214 Jimmy Elmore 

351-3167 Ray Story 

862-3924 Kenneth Ridde 

773-7951 B. H. Weaver 

932-5231 Eugene E. Tate 

524-9341 Kenneth B. Sidwell 

358-3195 Robert E. Brown 

348-5913 John H. Branson 

348-9046 T. G Florence 

549-3194 Sr. Jamesina Spain 

336-3718 Robert L. Robertson 

384-2751 J. T. Coomer 

465-8774 Lowell T. Yankey 

692-6066 C. C. Banister 

465-4431 Edward L. Cox 



Don Morris 
Ray Vincell 
Walter Grabruck 
Jim Lambert 
Wallace Johnson 
Jim Taylor 
Eddie Claycomb 
Carl Deaton 
Ken Metcalf 
Larry Pursiful 
Dennis Lewis 
Ernest Ruby 
Bobby G Downing 
E>an Richard 
Geor.ge Critz 
Jerry Parker 
Pat TuUy 
Billy B. Smith 



REGION 6 



D. 21 Central 

Flaget 

Loretto 

Porland Christian 

Shawnee 
D. 22 Angela Merici 

Bishop David 

Butler 

Peasure Ridge Park 

Western 



Louisville 584-6193 J. Waymond Hackett 

Louisville 778-5528 Bro. Kirby Boone 

Louisville 778-2122 Sr. Pauline Marie 

Louisville 778-6114 Earl MuUins, Sr. 

Louisville 774-2353 George E. Sauer, Jr. 

Louisville 447-5911 Sr. Eileen Carney 

Louisville 447-3442 Bro. Charles Blavat 

Louisville 448-4620 H. L. Hatfield 

Louisville 935-5464 Bobby Green 

Louisville 447-3221 John D. Brown 



Robert Graves 
Edward Fehring 
Bunny Dau.gherty 
Eu.gene Schreiner 
James Gordon 
Betty Dwyer 
Leo Tierney 
Lonnie Willoughby 
Gary Schaifer 
Leonard Brown 



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Address 


TeL No. 


Principal 


Coach 


D. 


23 


Doss 


Louisville 


935-2948 


J. S. Pittenger 


Sam Hosbach 






Fairdale 


Fairdale 


366-1468 


Harry K. Hardin 


Forest Able 






Holy Rosary Academy Louisville 


361-2213 


Sr. Anne Regis 








Stuart 


Valley Station 


935-3155 


Denzil J. Ramsey 


Henry D. Howard 






Valley 


Valley Station 


937-2300 


W. J. Pickett 


Glenn Collie 


D. 


24 


DeSales 


Louisville 


368-6519 


Rev. Murray Phelan 


Lucian Raque 






Iroquois 


Louisville 


366-0373 


Edwin K. Binford 


Faurest Coogle 






Southern 


Louisville 


969-1331 


Irvin Brooks 


William Kidd 






Thomas Jefferson 


Louisville 


969-3271 


Wm. D. Bruce, Jr. 


John Givens 








REGION 7 






D. 


25 


Ahrens Voc. Tech. 


Louisville 


583-1641 


Byron H. Bell 


J. E Smith 






DuPont Manual 


Louisville 


636-1441 


Arthur J. Ries 


Michael A. Pollio 






Ky. School f/BUnd 


Louisville 


897-1583 


L. P. Howser 








Louisville Coll. 


Louisville 


451-5330 


Nancy E. Kussrow 








Lauisville Male 


Louisville 


582-2613 


Foster J. Sanders 


James J. Huter 






Mercy Academy 


Louisville 


584-5589 


Sr. Mary Prisca 


Maureen Wilkins 






Presentation Acad. 


Louisville 


583-5935 


Sr. Sheila Ann 


Vivian Dunlevy 






St. Xavier 


Louisville 


636-2525 


Bro. Conrad Callahan 


Martin Donlon 






Ursuline Academy 


Louisville 


587-1717 


Sr. M. Laurene Reh 


Dorothy Downey 


D. 


26 


Athertofl 


Louisville 


459-3610 


Keith P. Eiken 


Gene Minton 






Kentucky Home 


Louisville 


452-2163 


Alwyn Dickerson 








Louisville Cty. Day 


Louisville 


895-3452 


John Gernert 


Harold Owens 






Sacred Heart Acad. 


Louisville 


897-1811 


Jean Marie Hettinger 


Pat Lally 






Seneca 


Louisville 


451-4330 


W. O. Wilson 


George Unseld 






Trinity 


Louisville 


895-6765 


Rev. Thomas Duerr 


Joe Thompson 


D. 


27 


Durrett 


Louisville 


368-5831 


Johnnie P. Lee 


Adrian Cooksev 






Fern Creek 


Fern Creek 


239-3267 


J. V. Reschar, Sr. 


Hugh Gabbard 






Jeffersontown 


Louisville 


267-7486 


William T. Reynolds 


Jack Haury 






Marion C. Moore 


Louisville 


964-3376 


W. T. Klapheke 


Gene Carroll 


D. 


28 


Assumption 


Louisville 


458-9551 


Sr. Corrine 


Misses Zhan & 
Schaefer 






Ballard 


Louisville 


425-5076 


Patrick Crawford 


Richard Schmidt 






Eastern 


Louisville 


245-4163 


George E. Morrison 


Wm. Kercher 






Kv. Military Inst. 


Lyndon 


425-7901 


Nelson C. Hodgin 


Frank M. Booth, III 






Waggener 


Louisville 


895-0567 


A. K. Draut 


David Leyerle 






Westport 


Louisville 


425-2541 


James O. Gatewood 


Ray Noe 








REGION 8 






D. 


29 


Anderson County 


Lawrenceburg 


839-3431 


Bill W. Rideout 


Jack Upchurch 






Bullitt Central 


Shepherdsville 


543-7021 


George Valentine 


Glenn Smith 






Taylorsville 


Taylorsville 


477-2230 


L. W. MuUins 


Ray Foster 






Western 


Sinai 


839-3608 


Robert B. Turner 


Larry Gritton 


D. 


30 


Eminence 


Eminence 


845-4071 


Ora Watts 


J. T. Stinson 






Henry County 


New Castle 


346-8421 


Don M. Turner 


Cray nor Slone 






Shelby County 


Shelbyville 


633-2344 


Bruce Sweeney 


Mitchell Bailey 






Shelbyville 


Shelbyville 


633-4869 


Walt Green 


Evan Settle 


D. 


31 


Carroll County 


Carrollton 


732-5215 


James B. Edwards 


Bill Fultz 






Gallatin County 


Warsaw 


567-5041 


James C. Wilson 


Jim Barnes 






Oldham County 


LaGrange 


241-4458 


Tames Pack 


IJobby Simpson 






Trimble County 


Bedford 


255-3268 


Robert L. Clark 


J. T. Peniston 


D. 


32 


Georgetown 


Georgetown 


863-3085 


David Smart 


Jan Anderson 






Grant County 


Dry Ridge 


824-4659 


Carl Webster 


C. R. Wenderoth 






Owen County 


Owneton 


484-5509 


Cyrus E. Greene 


Cecil Todd 






Scott County 


Georgetown 


863-2640 


E. K. Sams 


J. W. Ballard 






Williamstown 


Williamstown 


824-4421 


Shirley D. Wagoner 


Charles Reeves 








REGION 9 






D. 


33 


Boone County 


Florence 


371-6020 


George Toadvine 


Jim Conner 






Conner 


Hebron 


689-7884 


Paul E. Hogan 


Bill Warfield 






Dixie Heights 


Ft. Mitchell 


341-7650 


Arthur J. Walsh 


Bill Jones 






Lloyd 


Erlanger 


341-7530 


David J. Whaley 


Charley Perry 






Saint Henry 


Erlanger 


341-9309 


Sr. Joseph Marie 


William Code 






Simon Kenton 


Independence 


356-3541 


Robert Barnes 


Robert Hiller 






Walton-Verona 


Walton 


485-4613 


Billy E. Prewitt 




D. 


34 


Beechwood 


Ft. Mitchell 


331-1220 


Harold Williams 


Jim MoUey 






Covington Catholic 


Covington 


291-2268 


Rev. Richard K. Knuge 


Mote Hils 






Covington Latin 


Covington 


291-7044 


Paul A. Arbogast 


Edwin B. Heile 






Holmes 


Covingotn 


291-1104 


Richard A. WiUiams 


Reynolds Flynn 



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School 



D. 35 



D. 36 



D. 37 



D. 38 



D. 39 



D. 40 



D. 41 



D. 42 



D. 43 



D. 44 



D. 45 



D. 46 



Holv Cross 

LaSalette Acad. 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Acad. 

Villa Madonna Acad, 

Bcllevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Hi.ghlands 

St. Thomas 

Silver Grove 



Address 

Covin.eton 

Covinston 

Ludlow 

Covington 

Covington 

Bellcvue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Nwport 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Ft. Thomas 

Ft Thomas 

Silver Grove 



Tel. No. Principal 



Bourbon County 

Harrison County 

MiUersburg Mil. 

Nicholas County 

Paris 

Augusta 

Bracken County 

Dcraing 

Pendleton 

Fleming Counn' 

Lewis County 

Mason County 

Maysville 

St. Patrick 

Tollesboro 

Bath County 

George Ro.gers Clark 

Montgomery County 

Mt. Sterling 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Margaret Hall 
Pinkerton 
Woodford County 
Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County' 
Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 

Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

Tares Creek 
Berea Community 
Estill County 
Irvine 
Madison 

Madison Central 
Model 



Boyle County 
Danville 
Garrard County 
Ky. Sch. for Deaf 
Casey County 
Crab Orchard 
Hutonville 
McKinney 
Memorial 
Stanford 



431-1335 
291-5355 
261-8211 
261-4300 
261-3441 
261-2980 
261-4357 
431-0066 
441-7102 
635-2108 
635-2191 
441-1301 
441-2211 
441-3873 

REGION 10 



Paris 

Cvnthiana 

MiUersburg 

Carlisle 

Paris 

Augusta 

Brooksville 

Mt. Olivet 

Falmouth 

Flemingsburg 

Vanceburg 

Maysville 

Maysville 

Maysville 

Tollesboro 

Owingsville 

Winchester 

Mt. Sterling 

Mt. Sterling 



Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Versailles 

Midway 

Versailles 

Burgin 

Harrcxlsburg 

Nicholaville 

Harrodsburg 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Berea 

Irvine 

Irvine 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 



Danville 

Danville 

Lancaster 

Danville 

Liberty 

Lancaster 

Hustonville 

McKinney 

Waynesburg 

Stanford 



987-2550 
234-3253 
484-3352 
289-5584 
987-4547 
756-4282 
735-3153 
724-2700 
654-3355 
845-6601 
796-2823 
564-6409 
■164-3856 
564-5^29 
-98-2541 
674-6325 
"'44-6111 
498-2250 
498-3484 

REGION 11 

223-8030 
227-2236 
873-3751 
846-4421 
873-5434 
-48-5170 
734-3242 
885-4849 
734-4195 
299-4027 
269-3326 
277-5122 
277-4775 
254-1361 
272-1513 
986-4911 
723-3537 
723-3616 
623-4959 
623-1530 
622-2986 

REGION 12 

236-5047 
236-6373 
792-2147 
236-5132 
787-6151 
355-2331 
346-3831 
346-5291 
365-7018 
365-2191 



Robert J. Mark 
Sr. Mary Burns 
Dan L. Sullivan 
Sr. Mary Immacula 
Sr. M. Clarita 
William Armstrong 
Frank Lyons 
Gene Sell 
Bro. Ken Pfister 
Rev. Robert J. Uriage 
Glen Ravenscraft 
Robert M. Gschwind 
Sr. Judith McMahon 
Robert Dozier 



lack Clifford 
William C. Doan 
Joseph R. Johnson 
E. G. Jones 
Bob Anderson 
Alice Kate Field 
Jarvis Parsley 
H. O. Hale 
Terry Cummins 
Martin Marlar 
Douglas Appleeate 
Elza Whalen, Jr. 
Robert L. Biddle 
Sr. M. Jude Birck 
Charles M. Hughes 
Arnold Stacy. Jr. 
Robert D. Campbell 
David B. Gover 
Winston Hamilton 



0. C. Leathers 
Robert W. Hoasland 
Collev W. Bell, Jr. 

J. Carson Gar^' 
Charles O. Dawson 
Charles Kolosa 
L. D. Knight 
Zeb Blankenship 
Kenneth D. King 
R. L. Grider 
Clyde T. Lassiter 

1. Lloyd Smith 
Rev. R. Nieberding 
G. B. Bell 
Warren Feathcrston 
William Riffe 
Paul Hughes 

Joe Ohr 

James R. Fleenor 
James B. Moore 
Jim G. Henery 



Charles Scott 
James McAfee 
Johnnie R. Laswell 
Winfield W. McChord 
John R. Durham 
Tom Blankenship 
Cecil Purdom 
M. C. Montgomery 
Jack H. Blair 
Norman McGuffey 



Coach 

Ralph Kemphaus 

Paul Kroth 

Mary Lou Elgrira 
John Gross 
Tom Hood 
Bob Vanderpool 
Ronald Albrinck 
Tom Seirher 
Ken Lehkamp 
James Bradbury 
Ken Shields 
Roscoe Shackleford 



Bill Case 
Woodrow Crum 
Larry Allison 
Billy K. Anderson 
Earl Redwine 
Joseph Mahan 
David Hamilton 
Bill Leet 
Phillip Wootl 
Bobby Hall 
Stan Arnzen 
Jim Mitchell 
Tom Creamer 
Bill Forman 
Alan Bane 
Julian Cunningham 
Thomas Goebel 
Bill Schott 
Charles Ishmael 



Rex J. Pitts 
John Lykins 



Donnie l^ne 
Bruce Johnson 
Gilbert Samples 
Steve Deskins 
Steve Clevenger 
Bob Barlow 
Albert Prewitt 
Jock Sutherland 
Tommy Starns 
Gerald Walton 
Louis Stout 
Joe Prars 
Charles Hayslip 
Elwood Daugherty 
Kenneth Tate 
Don Richardson 
Shirley Kcarns 



Gerald Sinclair 
David Cottrell 
Ray Hammonds 
Edward Hyden 
Bob Payne 
Gene Middleton 
Johnny Wilder 
Mike Candler 
Roger Meek 
James Baird 



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Principal 


Coach 


D. 47 


McCrearv County 


Whitley City 


376-2213 


Phil Carter 


Chuck Eckler 




Monticello 


Monticello 


348-4681 


Eldon E. Davidson 


Joe W. Harper 




Pine Knot 


Pine Knot 


354-2511 


Eddie Brown 


Mike Chaney 




Russell Count? 


Russell Springs 


866-2545 


Ronald Chumbley 


Allen Feldhaus 




Wayne County 


Monticello 


348-3311 


A. J. Uoyd 


Sherman York 


D. 48 


Burnside 


Burnside 


561-4250 


C. L. Simpson 


Earl Hicks 




Eubank 


Eubank 


379-4661 


Harold C Carter 






Laurel County 


London 


864-7371 


Harold Storm 


Raymond Reed 




Nancy 


Nancy 


678-4942 


Kenneth Ashley 


Ernest R. Ramsey 




Pulaski County 


Somerset 


679-1574 


Garva G. Wilson 


Bill Mauney 




Shopville 


Shopville 


274-3181 


Garvis Burkett 


Roger Smith 




Somerset 


Somerset 


678-4721 


W. B. Jones 


Ben Coffman 






REGION 13 






D. 49 


AnnviUe Inst. 


AnnviUe 


364-5151 


Gayle Horn 


Jerry Hacker 




Brodhead 


Brodhead 


758-3385 


Bige W. Towery. Jr. 


^X'illiam D. Riddle 




Clay County 


Manchester 


59S-2 7no 


Robert Campbell 


Henry Garrison 




Jackson County 


McKee 


287-7155 


Clay Harmon, Jr. 


Robert B. Morris 




Livingston 


Livington 


453-2121 


Buford Parkerson 


Preston Parrett 




Mt. Vernon 


Mt. Vernon 


256-5953 


Cleston Saylor 


Jack L. Laswell 




Oneida Institute 


Oneida 


847-2202 


David C. Jackson 


Winston Kilgore 


D. 50 


Barbourville 


Barbourville 


546-3129 


R. E. Koehler 


H. D. Tye 




Corbin 


Corbin 


528-3902 


Louie Martin 


John Fletcher 




Knox Central 


Barbourville 


546-4138 


Clinton B. Hammons 


Donald Bingham 




Lynn Camp 


Corbin 


528-5429 


P. M. Broughton 


Calvin Vaughn 




St. Camillus Acad. 


Corbin 


528-5077 


Sr. M. Amabilis 


Rev. Clarence Heitzman 




Whitley County 


Williamsburg 


549-1360 


Tony McKiddy 


G, B. Hendrickson 




Williamsburg 


Williamsburg 


549-1915 


Jack V. Foley 


Dennis Byrd 


D. 51 


Bell County 


Pineville 


337-2329 


James A. Pursiful 


Lee Gambrel 




Henderson Settle. 


Frakes 


337-3618 


Herby J. Roark 


Elijah Smith 




Lone Jack 


Four Mile 


337-2435 


C E. Calloway 


Shirley Goodin 




Middlesboro 


Middlesboro 


248-1000 


Lloyd Sharp 


Willie Hendrickson 




Pineville 


Pineville 


337-2439 


Lowell Turner 


Harlan Davidson 




Red Bird 


Beverly 


337-2848 


Donald Scott 


Stuart Randolph 


D. 52 


Cumberland 


Cumberland 


589-4625 


Wm. L. Criscillis, Jr. 


Ralph Roberts 




Evarts 


Evarts 


837-2502 


O. G. Roaden 


Doyle Troutman 




Harlan 


Harlan 


573-3711 


Tommy Wini 






lames A. Cawcxjd 


Harlan 


573-5027 


W. C McFailand 


Patrick Jenkms 




Lynch 


Lynch 


848-5486 


|,ick H. Waff 


Ed Miracle 






REGION 14 






D. 53 


Fleming Neon 


Fleming 


855-7597 


Roy T. Reasor 


I^rry D. Kincer 




Jenkins 


Jenkins 


832-2184 


Charles D. Stallard 


Bill Back 




Letcher 


Letcher 


533-2524 


D. C. Taylor 


Danny Bates 




Whiteburg 


Whitesburg 


633-2339 


J. M. Burkich 


Darrell Bell 


D. 54 


Buckhorn 


Buckhorn 


398-7176 


Fred W. Johnson 


Kennth Jones 




Dike Combs Mem. 


Jeff 


436-2500 


Bingham Brashear 


Paul Boggs 




Hazard 


Hazard 


436-3711 


Bill C. Hurt 


John Quillen 




Leatherwood 


Slemp 


675-4431 


John C. Stringer 


Benny Adams 




Leslie County 


Hyden 


672-2337 


Wilburn Nantz 


Marvin Meadows 




M. C. Napier 


Darfork 


436-4541 


Dacker Combs 


Albert Combs 


D. 55 


Breathitt 


Jackson 


666-2805 


Millard Tolliver 


Jack Stanford 




Carr Creek 


Carr Creek 


642-3585 


R. B. Singleton 


R. B. Singleton 




Cordia 


Hazard 


251-2875 


Alice H. Slone 


B. Ralph Smith 




Hindman 


Hindman 


785-5361 


Vesper Singleton 


Pearl Combs 




Jackson 


Jackson 


666-5164 


James B. Goff 


James B. Goff 




Knott County 


Pippa Passes 


785-5783 


Edward Madden 


Eddie Gibson 




Oakdale Christian 


Jackson 


666-5422 


Albert J. Miller 


Gerald CoUett 




Riverside Christian 


Lost Creek 


666-2359 


Doran Hostetler 


Doran Hostetler 


D. 56 


Hazel Green Acad. 


Hazel Green 


662-4475 


John M. Ridgway 


John Henry 




Lee County 


eatt>'ville 


464-8126 


Gordon F. Cook 


Heber Dunaway 




Owsley County 


Booneville 


595-5185 


W. O. Gabbard 


Bobby Terry 




Powell County 


Stanton 


663-4475 


Fairce O. Woods 


David Fraley 




Wolfe County 


Campton 


668-8565 


M. C. Hagan 


Granville Deaton 






REGION 15 






D. 57 


Inez 


Inez 


298-3264 


Wilburn Goble 


Billy R. Cassady 




Johnson Central 


Paintsville 


789-4890 


W. H. Conley 


Paul Williams 




Louisa 


Louisa 


638-4574 


J. I. Cheek 


Robert L. Prichard 




Paintsville 


Paintsville 


789-3881 


Paul Trimble 


Dwight Burchett 




Salyersville 


Salyersville 


349-2011 


Harlan Hopkins 


BuckT Ellis 




Warfield 


Warfield 


395-5341 


Russell H. Stepp 


John Williams 



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School 




Address 


TeL No. 


Principal 


Coach 


D. 


58 


Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne 


478-2255 


Oscar F. Bush 


Thomas Boyd 






Garrett 


Garrett 


358-3461 


Burnice Gearheart 


John Campbell 






McDowell 


McDowell 


377-6202 


Lloyd Stumbo 


Pete Grigsbv, Jr. 






Martin 


Martin 


285-3011 


Philip Dingus 


Denzil Halbert 






Maytown 


Langley 


285-3346 


Edwin V. Stewart 


Gene Erasure 






Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg 


886-2252 


James D. Henslcy 


Robert Slone 






W'ayland 


Wayland 


358-3911 


Johnnie Case 


Rondal Prater 






Wheelwright 


Wheelwright 


452-2110 


Wilbur R. Jamerson 


Frankie Francis 


D. 


59 


Dorton 


Dorton 


639-2832 


Glenn Wallace 


Don Blair 






Millard 


Pikeville 


432-3380 


Walter T. Brown 


James E. Carter 






Mullins 


Pikeville 


432-2733 


Herman P. Ratliff 


Bun J. Burnette 






Pikeville 


Pikeville 


437-6870 


Gene D. Davis 


Wayne Martin 






Virgie 


Virgie 


639-2774 


Winston Adkios 


Dale Trivette 


D. 


60 


Belfn- 


Belfry 


353-7362 


Forest D. Tackett 


Millard Bevins 






Elkhorn City 


Elkhorn City 


754-7981 


James V. Powell 


Mike M. Tarry 






Feds Creek 


Feds Creek 


835-2286 


Arnold Roberts 


Ralph Good 






Johns Creek 


Pikeville 


437-6361 


John G. Lester 


David Collier 






Phelps 


Phelps 


456-7716 


Tim E. Branham 


Harold Birchfield 








REGION 16 






D. 


61 


Ezel 


Ezel 


725-4545 


Conrad A. Rowland 


Johnny Johnston 






Menifee 


Frenchburg 


768-2373 


Hiram C. Walters 


Joe P. Blankenship 






Mor.ean County 


West Liberty 


743-3705 


Richard Jett 


Asam Vest 






Rowan County 


Morehead 


784-4153 


Buford Risner 


Zane Collins 






University 














Breckinridge 


Morehead 


783-2127 


Rondal Hart 


Dienzel Dennis 


D. 


62 


Hitchins 


Hitchins 


474-5784 


Harlan R. Fleming 


Roy F. Murphy 






Olive Hill 


Olive Hill 


286-2481 


Andrew J. Fultz 


Bert Greene 






Prichard 


Grayson 


474-5421 


H. R. Bowling 


Gary Salyers 






Sandy Hook 


Sandy Hook 


738-5225 


S. Arnett 


Jessie J. Adkins 


D. 


63 


Greenup 


Greenup 


473-3781 


Wade B. Womack 


Ramey Fletcher 






McKell 


South Shore 


932-3323 


Chester Bruce 


Ed Lowdenback 






Raceland 


Raceland 


836-8221 


Cobbie Lee 


George Steele 






Russell 


Russell 


836-8112 


Jack D. Fugate 


Marvin Meredith 






Wurtland 


Wurtland 


836-5931 


Charles Banks 


Larry Jordan 


D. 


64 


Boyd County 


Ashland 


928-6473 


Clyde Stewart 


Brice Thornbury 






Catlettsburg 


Catlettsburg 


739-4663 


Rodger Adams 


Larry Osborne 






Fairview 


Ashland 


324-9226 


Webb Young 


George Cook 






Holy Family 


Ashland 


324-7040 


Sister Mary 


Bill Carroll 






Paul G. Blazer 


Ashland 


325-4706 


Rex J. Miller 


Harold Cole 



From the 
Commissioner's Office 

(Continued from 
Page Two) 
Morse, Richard K. 
Moser, Rudy C. 
Murrell, Allen L. 
Newman, Larry G. 
Nuss, Albert M. 
O'Connell, James M. 
Omer, Harold G. 
O'Nan, Norman 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Bruce Van 
Padgett, R. K. 
Parrott. Lanny L. 
Patterson, BiU 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pence, Wm Jerry 
Perry. James E. 
Poe, Thomas E. 
Ramey. Herb 



Redman, MelvLn Paul 
Reed, Charles R. 
Rees. Gayle H. 
Reinhardt, Myron 
Reliford, Paul G. 
Rexroat, Jerry L. 
Ricketts, C. O. 
Ricketts, Donald 
Ring, WiUiam H. 
Rister, Edgar L. 
Ritter, Goebel 
Rodgers, Tom 
Roe, Doyle "Buddy" 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Rogers, Howard 
Roller, Otis 

Runyon, Tommy Dean 
St. Clair, Robert L., Jr. 
Salyer, Henry E. 
Sears, Wilson 
Seavers, Joe 



Selvey, Curt 
Shaw, Earl 
Shuck, Thomas G. 
Sims, Frank D. 
Singleton. Bobby L. 
Smith, James H. 
Smith, Wayne N. 
Smith, WiUard N. 
Smith, William E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 
Steenken, William R. 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stethen. James E. 
Stiff, Maurice 
Stikeleather, Clyde L 
Stoess, Henry L, 
Strain, Richard 
Strong, Amett 
Sullivan, Dan 
Sumner, Carl 
Taylor, Ed 
Thomas, BiU A. 



Thompson, Thomas A. 
Tinsley, Marion R. 
Triplett, Herbert W. 
Urlage, Richard 
Vanover, J. W. 
Vanover, Wiley G. 
Van Zant, Jim 
Vescovi, Raymond B. 
Vories, Richard M. 
Waller, Bob 
Ward, Robert L. 
Weaver, Ray 
Weiner, Dick 
Wells, Glenn 
Weyer, James G. 
Williams, Roger 
Williams, S. Jack 
Winchester, Roy L. 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Wise, jack 
Woods, Gene 
Wright, James L. 



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Page Nine 



500 GAME WINNER 




Denzil Halbert 

Early in December Denzil Halbert, head bask- 
etball coach at the Martin High School, marked a 
milestone in his 24-year coaching tenure when he 
saw his team defeat the Betsy Layne team 73-65 
for the consolation title of the Floyd County Pre- 
season Tournament. This marlied the 500th 
coaching victory for the affable Halbert, com- 
monly known as "Hoss" to countless hundreds 
of Eastern Kentucky basketball fans who have 
watched his Martin teams perform since 1947. 

The Martin native acquired the nickname 
"Hoss" while in junior high at the Floyd County 
school when a local merchant saw him hit a home 
run while playing with the community's summer- 
time baseball team. The nickname stuck and to- 
day many comparisons of his size are made with 
Dan Blocker, the "Hoss" Cartwright of TV's Bo- 
nanza, although "Hoss" Halbert may have the 
edge at 340 pounds. 

Following impressive athletic achievements at 
Martin High School, Halbert earned eight letters 
at Kentucky Weslyan College, playing basketball 
and baseball under the late Robert "BuUitt" Wil- 
son. He returned home upon graduation and has 
guided the school's athletic teams ever since in ad- 
dition to teaching Chemistry and Physical Science. 

Nine of Halbert's teams have played in the 
15th regional tournament, five as district winners 
and four as runners-up. His 1965 team won the 
coveted trip to the State High School Basketball 
Tournament. 

Since the school's gymnasium burned in 1968, 
Martin has become a commuting cage team. All 
practice sessions since that time have been at the 
Lackey Grade School, fourteen miles away, or at 
the city park gymnasium in Prestonsburg, fifteen 
miles away. Home games are held at Maytown 
High Schol, five miles away. Who drives the bus 
to and from practice and games? Halbert, of 
course. 

Halbert's non-school activities include a term 
as Mayor of the City and ten years at a city coun- 
cil member in which capacity he is still serving. 

— Gordon Moore 



APPROVED 

Ackermann, Joe 
Adams, James C. 
AUgood, Russel 
Anderson, Tom 
Bell, Robert J. 
Bertsch. Ron 
Biter. Charles D. 
Black, Willis L. 
Bleidt, John J... 
Bramble, James 
Brant, Bernard 
Burd, Robert 
Bush, Kai'men B. 
Campbell, Bill 
Cash, Charles C. 
Cates, Billy Chester 
Chiles, Marion 
Clark, David L. 
Clark, Tom 
Cochran. Ray D. 
Delph, Joseph B. 
Dennedy, Bob 
Dillihay. Ralph E. 
Dixon, Ronald R. 
Dougherty, Mike 
Eary, Edward B., Jr. 
Elhott, Carlos 
Fields, Rufus, Jr. 
Fiske. Charles N. 
Gaines. Harvey 
Gentry. Dale J. 
Gillespie. Fred 
Giordano. Al 
Green. Donald 
Hackett, Wilbur, Sr. 
Harris, Larry R. 
Harris. Richard H. 
Harrison, Mark 
Hayes, James V. 
Hazelwood, Howard P. 
Hicks, Harold D. 
Hill, James P. 
Hill. Walter L. 
Hill, William D., Jr. 
Hines, Bob 



OFFICIALS 

Holt, Larry K. 
Hook, B. B., Jr. 
Hook, Don 
Howard, James D. 
Hyatt, Robert L., Jr., 
Jago, Charles Wm 
Johnson, David A. 
King. Raymond H. 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Lally, James J. 
Laugherty, Kenneth R. 
Lillie, Wes 
Linette, James M. 
McCarley, John W. 
McKenzie. Dwight E. 
Martin. Harold E. 
Massie, Stephen M. 
Mathis, Michael F. 
May. Larry 
Moore. Donald 
Moore, Marvin 
Mueller, Jack R. 
Nixon. Larry D. 
Pace, Donald 
Parsons. Kenneth 
Perkins, Ronnie 
Power, Michael J. 
Powers. Clai-k 
Pyle, John W. 
Redle, Joel E. 
Reeves, Curtis R. 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Saviors, Carlee 
Seilier, Ed F., Jr. 
Serey, George E., Jr. 
Scott, Jerry 
Sesher, James 
Stevens, James L. 
Strong, Charels E., Jr. 
Taylor, John 
Tuttle, Quinton L. 
Walters, Darw^in 
Weihe, Robert J. 
Wooton, George B. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S. A.A. 
Building, Lexington, on Saturday morning, De- 
cember 19, 1970. The meeting was called to or- 
der by President Don Davis at 9:00, with all 
Board members. Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford, 
and Assistant Commissioners J. B. Mansfield and 
Billy V. Wise present. The invocation was given 
by W. H. Crowdus. 

W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by Richard 
Vincent, that the minutes of the October 3rd 
meeting be waived, since members of the Board 
had received copies of these minutes. The motion 
was carrid unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported that the football 
championship playoffs continue to be successful. 
Financial reports have been received from eight 
game managers, indicating that all expenses have 
been paid with shares of profit having been sent 
to the schools involved. The AAA final game held 
in Louisville set a new record in receipts and at- 
tendance, with the receipts and attendance at the 
Classes A and AA finals held in Lexington being 
slightly under the comparable figures for 1969. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY. 1971 



After a discussion concerning an additional 
amount to be allotted to each team taking part 
in a final game, in accordance with the provisions 
of K.H.S.A.A. Football Rule IV-C. J. C. Cantrell 
moved, seconded by Morton Combs, that each of 
the six teams involved shall receive an amount 
of SI. 000, 00. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman J. B. Mansfield of the Trophy Com- 
mittee reported that sealed bids for the 1971 dis- 
trict and regional basketball trophies were open- 
ed at the K.H.S.A.A. office on October 16, 1970. 
He stated that the Committee accepted the bids 
of Riherd's Sport Shop. Glasgow. Kentucky, for 
both district and regional trophies. The price per 
set of the district trophies was $36.00. and the 
price per set of the regional trophies was $52.95. 

The Commissioner presented requests from 
Principal Winston Hamilton of the Mt. Sterling 
High School and Athletic Director Julian B. Cun- 
ningham of the Montgomery County High School 
concerning the placing of these schools in Foot- 
ball Class A, Region 3. District 2. for the seasons 
of 1971 and 1972. James T. Dotson moved, sec- 
onded by Tom Mills, that the redistricting request 
of the Mt. Sterling High School and the Mont- 
gomery County High School be granted. The mo- 
tion was carried unanimously. 

Richard Vincent moved, seconded by Tom 
Mills, that the next Board meeting be held in 
Louisville on January 23. 1971. The motion was 
carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported that he had writ- 
ten to Prin. Foster J. Sanders of the Male High 
School on November 27. 1970. advising him that 
his school was being placed on probation with 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
for a period of two years. The penalty came as a 
result of a violation of the Association's Sports- 
manship Rule. By-Law 17. on the evening of No- 
vember 7. 1970. during and following the Male- 
Trinity football game. Reports of the trouble 
which had developed were filed by the princi- 
pals of the two schools and by the four officials 
who worked the game. The Commissioner stated 
that several other letters had been received from 
persons in attendance at the game who could de- 
scribe in detail the incidents which were pos- 
sible violations of the By-Law mentioned. 

Superintendent Newman Walker, Assistant 
Superintendent Frank Yeager, and four mem- 
bers of the Louisville City Board of Education 
met with the Board of Control to discuss cer- 
tain problems which had arisen in Louisville in 
the area of high school athletics. In a letter 
written to President Davis earher. Superinten- 
dent Walker had stated that the Louisville 
Board of Education is committed to maximiz- 
ing desegregation wherever possible, that one 
problem was a lack of black officials for athletic 
events held in Louisville, and that his Board 
"would like to discuss the problems created by 
the lack of blacks at the policy-making levels of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association." 

The Commissioner stated that he did not have 
any figures on the number of black officials reg- 
istered with the K.H.S.A.A. since the application 
cards signed by the officials do not give this type 
of information. He further stated that he would 
welcome more black officials into the K.H.S.A.A. 
as they become qualified under the regulations 
of the Association, and that it was his hope that 
the Louisville Board and other interested persons 
in the area would urge blacks to become regis- 
tered officials in the K.H.S.A.A. Assistant Com- 



missioner Wise, who is in charge of the registra- 
tion and training of new officials, stated that the 
December 1st deadline for the completion of reg- 
istration in basketball had been extended by the 
Commissioner to accommodate several prospec- 
tive black officials in the Louisville area. 

There was a general discussion concerning the 
procedure of election to membership on the Board 
of control, as outlined in the regulations of the 
Association. The Louisville group was apparently 
under the impression that only principals of 
K.H.S.A.A. member schools were eligible for 
Board membership. Article IV, Section 2-a was 
read, which provides that, to be eligible for mem- 
bership on the Board of Control, one must only 
be actively engaged in the teaching profession 
(teacher, administrator, or supervisor) in his local 
section as a regular staff member in some official 
capacity. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by J C. 
Cantrell, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning October 1, 1970, and ending No- 
vember 30, 1970, be allowed. The motion was car- 
ried unanimousl.v. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adj'Uirned. 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled January 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
ph?ne, 

Allen, Jerry G., Rt. 2. Paris. 987-3468 987-2292 
Aspatore, Edward Charles. Jr.. 1450 Etavvah, Apt 6 Lex- 
ington. 299-2278, 254-4017 
Atkins, James P., 1143 Centre Pkwy, Apt. 43. Lexington 
Atkinson. Tom. 419 Fo.xspring Avenue, Flemingsburg 

840-2333, 845-6601 
Auton, Gerald E., 2014 Howell, Covington. 431-8508 
Bauer, Bill B., R. R 2, Di.xon, 639-9351, 639-9080 
Beall, Jerry S., 203 E. College Street, Wilmore, 858-4110 
Bealmear, James, 2025 Brownsboro Road, Apt. 415, Louis- 
ville, 897-3070, 637-4793 
Bemiss, Eugene, R. R. 3, Shelbvville, 633-3295, 633-1625 
Bingham, Bennie, P. O. Box 88, Worthington, 836-4208 
Blandford, Richard, 213 Colonial Drive, Louisville 895- 

6771, 585-4361 
Blick, Donnle, R. R. 3, Adairville, 734-4492 
Branham, Mason, Jr., Box 1, Grahn, 286-4363, 747-6456 
Brock. John H.. Rt. 1, Westside Drive, Mt. Sterling, 498- 

0333, 498-1566 
Brooks, Mike, 1580 Alexandria Drive, Apt. 8-B, Lexington 
Brown, Michae Lynn, 687 Woodland Avenue, Lexington, 

257-1550 
Brown, Stephen Hansel. 2105 Eastway Drive, Lexington. 

277-7341 
Burkeen. Tony, 659 Wakefield Avenue, Bowling Green, 

842-4182, 842-4182 
Burton, Joe Edward. Box 54. 2825 Lexington Road, Louis- 
ville. 897-4487 
Bussell, John H., 323 Robin Road. Paris 987-6964 
Bvrd, Corbett Wayne, CPO 253, Berea 
Calbert, Donnie Reed, Old Bardstown Road, Bloomfield, 

252-5009 
Campbell, James W., Box 322, Weeksbury. 452-2154 
Cantrall. James R., 1810 Hounz Lane. Anchorage. 245- 

8760, 582-5583 
Caudill, Ray Carl. 597 Ridgeview Drive. Florence, 371- 

8457 
Clark, Owen B.. 137 Showalter, Georgetown, 863-3719 
Cole, Virgil, Ezel, 725-4315 

Coleman, Lloyd, 1727 Cherry Lane, Shelbyville, 633-2579 
Conder, Joseph B,. 439 Hugulet. U of K. Lexington. 252- 

9222 
Courtney. Dermis. R, R. 1, Box 15, Union, 384-3297 
Cox, Ben W.. 354 McDonald Drive. Versailles. 873-5198. 

873-5198 
Crolev. Charles H.. 342 South Second, Williamsburg, 549- 

3269 
Crolev, Guindal C. Rt. 1, Box 1905. Williamsburg. 549- 

0716 
Crouse, Michael David. Box 276, Dixon, 253-1478 
Curtis, John E., Lot 89, Johnson Acres. Bowling Green, 

781-3630 
Curtsmger, Garvey, Rt, 3. Carlisle, 289-2003, 234-2340 
Day, Riciiard W,, 1677 Linstead, Lexington, 277-8231 
Dean. Larry Ross. 1509 Medical Avenue. Shelbyville, 

633-3065 



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Page Eleven 



MAYFIELD — CLASS AA, REGION I, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left lo Righl) Froni Row: R. Mayfield, R. Deal, S. Anderson, S. Qualk, D. Fowler, J. Kurl, K. Slone, M. Hol- 
lingsworth. Second Row: K. Anderson, D, Gulhrie, R. R, Rains, G. Waldrop, J. Ford, F. Dillard, M, Adams, D. 
Lovelace, H, Anderson, Third Row: B, Hale, T, Waldrop, D, Brown, J. Heath, B, Grooms, L, Grooms, K. Young, 
B. Harmon. M. Slone. Fourth Row: J, Todd, H. Jackson, J. Rule. L. Sanderson, D, Kincer, T. Stratton, P. Walk- 
er. K. Mullins, E. Burnett. D. Wade. 

MIDDLESBORO — CLASS AA, REGION 4, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row; J. Cawood. B. Page, R. Emmell. C. Myers, B. Ausmus. B. Wilson. J. Tinnel, D. 
Wilder. B. Fuson. T. Howard. H. Taylor. Second Row: C. Rogers. K. Baker. H. Hayes. B. J. Idol, N. Williams, 
H. Spriggs, R. Delaney, E. Gulley. D. Mike. D. Morrison, S, Lamb. J. Harris. Third Row: F. Zimmerman, K. 
Medley. J. Cawood. R. Chedesten. D. Patterson. T. Fee, J. Spriggs. D. Smith. E. Goodman. M. Sharp. H. Hat- 
field. Fourth Row: S, Emmelt. K. Combs. W. West. T. Shackleford. D. Thomas. W. Mclnlire. K. Marcum, R. 
Earls, G. Smith, K. Sharpe, J. Ausmus, D. Shattuck. 

CAMPBELLSVILLE — CLASS A, REGION 1, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 



fi^_.|. 



40-^0 



m&^^^MmmpmmmmM- 



(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Hayes, P. Prather, R. Gupton, D. Holmes. J. Edrington. P. Nance, G. Chick, 
S. Buckner. C. Money, J. Lacker, W. Newcomb, G. Hilbers. M. Wood, K. Wood. Second Row: Coach G. Lynch, 
T. Perkins. D. McCubbin, J. Slraley, D. Squires. M. Howard. H. Lee. A. Chandler. J. Maupln. K. Moyers, L. 
Durham, D. Godsey, Coach S. Wickliffe Third Row: Coach D. Langley. B, Clark, L. Smith. M. McMahan, B. 
Clard, R. Cook, B, Straley, R. Riggs. J. D. Dickens, M. Kerney, L. Stillwell. B. Sexton. Coach J. Parker, Coach 
S. Clark. 



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TRINITY — CLASS AAA FINALIST 







(Left io Right) Front Row: J. Pierce, S. Zuxkuhlen, T. Bisig, B. Bland, M. Corcoran, J. Allgeier, K. Schaad, 
T. Murray, C. Servino, T. ZoUar, R. Hancock. Second Row: M. Bruenderma^, D. Perkins, P. Bleemel, M. O'Han- 
non, K. Glover, J. Leisman, P. Beam, J. Mudd, J. Sherrill, B. Bruenderman, R. Boughey, C. Weining, H. Scales. 
Third Row: P. McConnell, J. Washbish, D. Wheat, K. Barr, T. Jones, S. Kissel, M. Holzknecht, B. Sherrill, R. 
Volz, J. Queenan, R. Clark. Fourth Row: D. Jewell, J. Hilb, F. Perkins, B. Silliman, C. Sutto,n, N. Bradford, Z. 
Kaiser, C. Johnson, D. Woock, D. Danaher, L. Howard, R. Deddens, S. Reible. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON— CLASS AAA, REGION 2, DISTRICT 2. CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: L. Cowan, G. Gnggs, H. HiU. M. Griggs, D. Fink, K. Bruce, T. McCage. Second Row: 
R. Evans, J. Williams, R. Simpson, R, Bush, K. Schultz, W. Cherry, B. Terry, R. Trotter, B. Thomas, P. BrilteAline. 
Third Row: S. Bristow, D. Harrett, M. Hall, R. Cooley, N. Hill, L. Thomas, L. Clay, M. Lee, G. Bass, K. Sims, K. 
Norlhlngton, J. Gardner. Fourth Row: B. Payne, J. Parson, R. Callahan, W. Burks. M. Harrett, K. Dobbins, R. 
Parson, G Stone, T. Gray, W. Montgomery. Fifth How: T. Lokits, B. Gilbert, D. Trowell, J. Edwards, B. Mane- 
ese, C. First, J. Bishop. 



Doyle. Thomas Lewis. Bo.x 126, Lewisport. 927-6896, 927- 

2641 
Elliott. Michael Coyle. Rt. 3-A, Springfield, 336-3051. 336- 

3681 
Elswick. BiUy J.. Box 153, Elkhom City, 754-4251 
Estill. Jimmie. 109 Minarv Avenue, Versailles. 873-5813. 

873-3161. Ext. 214 
Fraley. Bill. 1604 Lee Drive. Henderson. 827-3232 
Gambrell. Joe L.. 619 Worcester Drive, Lexington, 277- 

3084. 233-2000. Ext. 3320 
Cluck. Joseph Robert. G-202 Cooperstown, Lexington, 

255-7595 
Greeg, Lonnie. 123 West Shelby. Falmouth. 654-8312 
Grimes. Herman L.. Salem. 988-2193. 388-7562 
Hale. Thomas Maryland. Box 183. Kirwan Tower. Lex- 
ington, 257-1255 
Hammons, Robert Lewis, Crab Orchard. 355-2243. 783-3885 
Harpe. Ronald Edward. 1108 Fern Avenue, Lexington, 

255-3247 
Harrod. Horace Dean. Tower Heights, Shelbvville. 633- 

33M 



Holthouser, Ora Lee. 614 W. S. Heights. Louisville. 366- 

4724. 774-7628 
Howard. Lonnie Dean. Hyden. 279-3320. 672-2344 
Hvre. Michael P.. Jr.. 8581 Shuman Lane. Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 522-5688. 241-7593 
Jackson. Ed. 2507 W. 9th Street, Owensboro. 684-4664 
Jago. Charles, 1740 Butler Road, Hopkinsville, 886-7633, 

886-881 1 
James. David W.. 132 West 5th Street. Central. 754-3294, 

754-4541 
Jenkivis. Joseph E.. 520 Balmoral Road, Elizabethtown, 

968-3183. 451-2303 
Jessie. Keitli H.. Box 179. CampbellsviUe. 465-5497, 465- 

5497 
Kev. Jimmv Ray. 208 Surfside Drive. Apt. B-4. Lexing- 
ton. 874-?'':i7 
Kitrhen. Leslie. 1701 Halls Lane, Lexington, 255-6062, 

299-4381 
Lane. Leon. 1424 Berrv Blvd.. Louisville. 366-5157 
Lanham. Tonv. 624 Burbank. Lexington. 278-6956, 299- 

2913 



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MADISONVILLE-NORTH HOPKINS— CLASS AA FINALIST 




(Lefl lo Righl) Front Row: D. Dingledine, B. Rudd, M. Winstead, P. Galbrealh, T. McKonly, J. Crumbaker, 
M. Hicklin, F. Johnston, R. Gray, H. Williams, K. Bowlen, T. Crabtree, B. Coyle, S. Brow,n. Second Row: L. Car- 
ney, R. McCulley, J. McClary, D. Osborne, T. Kelley, T. AUindar, S. Pollock, S. Wilson, B. Offutt, L. Davis, M. 
Leavell, R. Franklin, B. Cook, M. McDonald. Third Ro : H. Simms, A. Drone, B. Sandidge, R. Soder, J. Bas- 
sett, M. Brashear, D. Yarborough, S. Williams, M. Joines, C. Riddle, L. Clark, M. Bourland, M. Vandiver, D. Ren- 
fro, C. Franklin, R. Roberson. Fourth Row: C. Riddle, R. J-rnigan, M. M3nser, J. Powell, J. Siria, T. Traylor, 
L. Zirko, M. Robards, A, Collins, E. Baxter, J. Porter, G. McNeil, B. Bryan, M. McCalister, B. Collins, B. Leasure, 
N. Cates. 



Ledford. Thos. B., 7850-A Estrada Avenue. Fort Knox, 

624-3484. 624-3813 
Lindenberger. John B., 2107 Appleton Lane. Louisville. 

937-5214 
Llovd, John M.. 5401 Chenoweth Pk. Lane, Fern Creek, 

239-9847, 778-3311. Ext. 534 
McCartv. John Nelson. Ashcamp. 754-5745 
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ington. 23i3-1336. 269-1396 
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WHEELWRIGHT — CLASS A, REGION 4, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(ILefl lo Right) Front Row: R, Williams, D. Smith, C. Miller, G. Thor,nsberry, Mgr. P. Jones, B. Bates, J. Woods, 
J. Hall, F. Blackburn. Second Row: G. Fields, R. Slon?, R. Harris, H. Jones, J. Hall, K. Caudill, D. Harris. Third 
Row: D. Jackson, J. Watson, J. Parker, M. Hood. P. Puckett, R. J. Little, K. Armour, M. Armour. Fourth Row: 
C. James, D. Branham, L. Watts, R. Thornsberry, K. Taylor, L. Newman, J. Tyson, D. Hall. Fifth Row: D. Caud- 
ill. C. Reid, D. R. Jamerson, F. Mosley, T. Hall. J. Reily, D. Daniels. Sixth Row: Coach D. Daniels, Coach F. 
Francis, Coach R. M^ade, Coach S. Jamerson, Mgr. L. D. Parker. 



Coaches Never Lose 

We don't know who the poet is but the Wilson Sport- 
ing Goods Co., River Grove, 111., one of the largest firms 
manufacturing sporting grods, has recently been coming 
up wiih some very fine advertisements. We reprinted one 
several weeks ago in this column and the following bit 
cf prose (or whatever you wish lo call it), entitled, 
"Coaches Never Lose," v/as published in an advertise- 
ment in the April 8, 1968 edition of Newsweek magazine. 
We liked it. It goes like this — 

A team can lose. Any team can lose. But in a 
sense a coach never loses. 

For the job of a coach is over and finished 
once the starting whistle blows. He knows he's 
won or lost before play starts. 

For a coach has two tasks. The minor one is 
to teach skills: to teach a boy how to run faster, 
hit harder, block better, kick farther, jump higher. 

The second task, the major task, is to make 
men out of boys. 

It's to teach an attitude of mind. It's to implant 
character and not simply to impart skills. 

It's to teach boys to play fair. This goes with- 
out saying. It's to teach them to be humble in vic- 
tory and proud in defeat. This goes without say- 
ing. 

But more importantly it's to teach them to live 
up to their potential no matter what this potential 
is. 

It's to teach them to do their best and never 
be satisfied with what they are but to strive to 
be as good as they can be if they tried harder. 

A coach can never make a great player out 
of a boy who isn't potentially great. But he can 
make a great competitor out of any child. And 
miraculously he can make a man out of a boy. 

For a coach the final score doesn't read so 
many points for my team, so many points for 
theirs. Instead it reads: So many men out of so 
many boys. 



And this is a score that is never published. 
And this is the score that he reads to himself, and 
in which he finds his real joy, when the last game 
is over. 

—Union Press-Courier, reprinted in The PA'THLETE 

Correction 

The Dickinson Football Ratings which appear- 
ed in the December issue of the ATHLETE show- 
ed the Burgin High School (Class A, Region II, 
District 2) with a 3-2-0 record. The correct record 
is 4-1-0, the Dickinson Rating changing from 
17.00 to 19.00. This moves Burgin from sixth to 
fifth place in the district. 

Basketball Questions 

(Continued from Page One) 

9. Play: Al strikes B4 and Bl strikes A5 while 
the official is preparing to put the ball in play 
with a jump ball. 

Ruling: Flagrant false double foul. Al and Bl 
are each charged with a technical foul and then 
disqualified because it is flagrant. Any eUgible 
member of either team could attempt the two free 
throws for his team, after which the ball would 
be put in play b.y a jump ball between any two 
opponents at the center circle. 

10. Play: Al is injured during a play in which 
he has been fouled. As a result, Al cannot attempt 
the free throw awarded him. Substitute A6 re- 
places Al and attempts the free throw which is 
successful. Substitute A7 replaces A6 before the 
clock starts. 

Ruling: The procedure is legal. 

11. Pla.y: Al is running toward his goal while 
looking back in anticipation of receiving a fast 
break pass-out. Bl takes a position in the path of 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Carnes, M. Ackerson, P. Doyen, K. Schaub, B. Huff, R, Farris. J. Frank, D. 
Fry, J. McMillian. Second Row: G. Grimm, B. Stacker, J. Volter, M. Campoamor, D. Honaker, M. Heaton, B. Eddy, 
C. Campbell, B. Fitch. Third Row: S. Carnes, D. Thacke-, J. Perkins, M. Myers, M. Turner, J. Schullz, E. Sch- 
weinzger, D. Doud, R. Lighlfool. Fourth How: B. Fleischmann, J. Walton, G, Leger, C. Westcolt, R. Alcorn, C. 
Worthington. 




Al while Al is more than two steps away from 
Bl. (a) Al runs into Bl before Al receives the 
ball or (b) Al receives the all and before taking 
a step contacts Bl. 

Ruling: In both (a) and (b), Al is responsible 
for contact. When Bl took his position in the path 
of Al, Bl was far enough away from Al to avoid 
contact had Al known Bl was in his path. Basic 
Principle 4 applies to this situation. 

12. Play: Al is running toward his goal but 
looking back to receive a fast break pass-out. Just 
before receiving the ball. Al stops. Bl moves up 
to a position in the path of, and close to Al. After 
receiving the ball, Al charges into Bl: (a) during 
his first step; or (b) after taking one step. 

Ruling: Al is responsible for contact in both 
(a) and (b). Basic Principle 3 applies. 

13. Play: Al tries for a field goal. After ball 
leaves his hand, Bl illegally contacts him. 

Ruling: If the contact occurs clearly after the 
ball is in flight, Al has ceased to be a thrower. 
The penalty for the foul against a thrower does 
not apply 

14. Play: Team A is ahead in the score and is 
playing "keep away." Bl. in order to break up 
the "keep away" tactics, gently grasps the arm 
of dribbler Al. Is this an intentional foul? 

Ruling: Yes. After signaling the foul, the of- 
ficial should immediately indicate two free throws, 
so that it is known at the time the foul was com- 
mitted that it was intentional. The signal giving 
the number of free throws should be repeated 
when the players have taken their positions along 
the free throw lane. 

15. Play; A common foul is charged to Al; (a) 
while A2 has control; or (b) while A has team 
control but there is no player control; or (c) while 
ball is in flight on a try; or (d) when A2 has ball 
out of bounds for a throw-in. 

Ruling; In (b), (c), and (d), Al is charged with 
a personal foul and offended player is awarded 
a free throw (or bonus if apphcable). In (a), Al 
is charged with a personal foul and team B is 



awarded the ball out of bounds nearest the spot 
of foul. In (a) there is no free throw. 

16. Play: A2, in attempting to screen, estab- 
lishes a stationary position in the path of mov- 
ing B2. The position of A2; (a) is so close to B2 
that B2 cannot avoid A2 and contact results: or 
(b) is far enough away so that B2, who is aware 
of the position of A2, has an opportunity to avoid 
A2 but still contact results. 

Ruhng: In (a), the foul is on A2 for blocking. 
In (b), B2 did not use the opportunitv to avoid 
A2 and, therefore, he is responsible for the con- 
tact and is charged with a foul for charging. 

17. Play: Al and Bl are moving in identically 
the same direction and path. In (a), Al has the 
ball; or in (b) he does not have the ball. In either 
(a) or (b), Al shows his pace or stops so quickly 
Bl doesn't have an opportunitv to change direc- 
tion and Bl contacts him. 

Ruling: Foul on Bl for charging or pushing in 
both (a) and (b). 

18. Play: Dribbler Al has established a straight 
line path to his basket. A2 trails Al by about a 
step and stays between Al and Bl, who is at- 
tempting to overtake Al. A2 does not change his 
straight line path to his basket, (a) No contact 
ensues; or (b) contact does result. 

Ruhng: The action in (a) is legal. In (b), if 
illegal contact results, the foul is on player Bl. 
This is true even if A2, who is in the path of Bl, 
stops quickly. 

19. Play: In attempting to secure control of a 
rebound. Al, while off the floor, taps the ball 
into the air and, before returning to the floor, taps 
the ball a second time, so that the ball strikes 
the floor. When Al returns to the floor, he gains 
control of the ball and begins a dribble. 

Ruling: All of the described action is legal. 

20. Play; Al is fouled while he is in the act 
of shooting and while the ball is in the air, A2 
fouls B2. The try is unsuccessful. 

Ruling: False double foul. A2 is given two free 
throws. The foul which A2 commits against B2 



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is a personal foul and it is penalized on the bonus 
basis and B2 may, therefore, be awarded either 
one or two free throws as the situation requires. 
Play will resume with a center jump following 
all the free throw attempts. 

21. Play: During any practice or warm-up pe- 
riod, prior to, or during the game, a player leaps 
and: (a) grasps the basket ring or net; or (b) in- 
tentionally slaps the backboard forcefully; or (c) 
jumps and merely touches (does not grasp) the 
basket ring. 

Ruling: In (a) the player is charged with a 
technical foul. It is the intent and spirit of the 
rules coverage to eliminate such action as may 
break or put the basket ring out of alignment. One 
of the principal reasons for prohibiting dunking 
and stuffing the ball into the basket was because 
these acts caused damage to the basket, the back- 
board, and its support. The rules coverage was 
intended to apply to grasping the basket ring, 
and the act is, therefore, to be penalized with a 
technical foul. In (b) intentionally slapping the 
backboard with force tends to loosen the basket 
ring from the backboard, it causes the backboard 
to vibrate and has generally an undesirable ef- 
fect on basket attachment. The official should 
notify the squad that members are not to slap 
the board and that, if they persist in so doing, 
he shall assess a technical foul. A technical is 
called after the warning in (b). The purposeful 
act of slapping the backboard vigorously is usu- 
ally characterized by repition. Leaping and merely 
touching the basket ring, as described in Cc) is 
not, of itself, a foul but must be discouraged be- 
cause it leads to acts which are fouls. 

1970-71 BASKETBALL PUBLICATION 
CORRECTIONS 
RULES BOOK: 

Page 9 — Rule 2, Section 5. Delete reference 



to 9-7 in the last hne. The three seconds count 
is not to be made visibly. 

Page 30— Penalty for Rule 10— Section (Fourth 
paragraph) First line should be as follows: "For 
section 6(a), (b), or for flagrant or persistent in- 
fraction of any section including (j), the offen- 
der shall be disqualified." 

RULES— SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED: 

Page 36 (bottom) — Last line ". . . dribbles the 
ball in his mid-court for 5 seconds." rather than 
front-court. 

Page 69 Item B-2 Screen Play. Letters A and 
B are interchanged. The corrected item should 
read "2. If player A takes a position behind and 
so close to a stationary opponent, B, that a con- 
tact foul occurs when B makes normal body 
movements, then A is primarily responsible for 
the foul." 

CASE BOOK: 

Page 11— Rule 5: 
sixth line as follows: 
out is charged when 

Page 20 — Sixteenth line, first word should be 
"illegal." 

Play: Change reference to play 



5-9: Insert word "out" in 
". . . and (4) only one time- 



Printer's error — in last line 
"his feet to pass or start to 



Page 35— 206B 
"206A." 

Page 36—2061 
delete as follows 
dribble. Ruling." 

Page 37— 207B. Play: Delete from third sen- 
tence of ruling as follows: "The try ends when 
the ball is clearly in flight and. Begin the last 
sentence with "When the ball is in flight . . ." 

Page 54— 311 B. Play: In first line on top of 
page replace "above" with word "over." 

Page 67—403. Play: Replace last three words 
of play with following: "starts a new dribble." 



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(Lefl to Right) Front Row: G. Kuhnhein, G. Schrader, B. Bathiany, B. Adams, 
D. Pickens, M. Lickert, J. Evans, K. Fennell, D. Freer, A. Chapman, S. Weber, M. 
Simons, B. Fennell, B. Whitehouse. Second Row: D. Humphrey, D. Schneider, D. 
Mueller, R. Robertson, C. Grimm, B. McCoy, K. Pryse, J. McFarlan, G. Oetjen, S. 
Roettgers, S. Paine, R. Grove, G. Collier, S. Pabst, D. Dudenhoeffer. Third Row: B. 
Roller, P. Garrett, M. Wilson, J. Christofield, G. Zimmerman, B. Moore, J. Kuhnhein, 
S. Zech, D. Neal, C. Leftin, G. Liftin, R. Taylor. Fourth Row: B. Dirkes, H. Schmitz, 
B. Hoy, J. Bathiany, D. Long, J. Wright, M. Horner, D. Houliston, D. May, T. Pogue, 
B. Miller, T. Kirst. 



Highlands 
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27-Madisonville-No. Hopkins 14 

26-Dayton 6 

56-Danville 7 

54 -Covington Catholic 

27-Boone County 



Highlands 7-Lloyd 
Highlands 61 -Newport 
Highlands 50-Dixie Heights 
Highlands 54-Simon Kenton 
Highlands 22-Holmes 16 
Highlands 39-Campbell County 



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Highlands 35-Hazard 
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FEBRUARY 1971 




Letter From The Commissioner 

To The District Tournament Manager: 

Will you please refer to your K.H.S.A.A. book- 
let wliich gi\-es rules and regulations governing 
basketball tournaments. You should familiarize 
yourself with these rules, found on pages 31-39. 
Your special attention is called to the second 
paragraph of Tournament Rule VI-A-3, relative 
to the enrollment of your district coaches in the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association. 

The forms for your vai-ious reports ai-e self- 
explanatory. The report of games should be mail- 
ed to the manager of the regional tournament not 
later than Monday, March 8. Send your financial 
report, your checked eligibility lists, and the sec- 
ond copy of the report of games to the Commis- 
sioner as soon after the tournament as possible. 
For your convenience, the following check list is 
given: 

1. Invite member schools to your tournament 
AT ONCE, reminding each school to send each 
other member school in the district a COMPLETE 
preliminary list of players on or before February 
1. and to send you THREE copies of a final Ust 
one week prior to the district tournament. See 
Rule VIII. 

2. Announce the time of drawings in your 
letter. See Rule IX. 

3. At your meeting, conduct the drawings 
and select the officials. Tlie state plan for division 
of tournament receipts is recommended. If any 
other plan is used, a majority vote of the partici- 
pating schools must be obtained. 

4. Your attention is called especially to the 
last two paragraphs of Tournament Rule V-A, and 
to Tournament Rule V-C. 

5. The following procedure has been estab- 
ished by the Board of Control in the selection of 
tournament officials under authority given in 
Tournament Rule V-A: (a) Each school represent- 
ed at the meeting may submit the names of one 
or more officials. There shall be a minimum of 
eight names on the list of officials to be voted on. 
NO NAME SHALL BE MARKED OFF THE LIST, 
(b) Each school representative shall rank eight of- 
ficials in tlie order of his preference, the first 
choice being assigned eight points, the second 
seven points, etc. (c) The tournament manager 
shall communicate at once with the highest rank- 
ing official or officials in the order of their rank. 
If the official who is selected can not be reached 
within one hour of the time of his selection, or if 
he is not available, the tournament manager shall 
attempt to employ the next official or officials on 
the list in the order of their selection. If the tour- 
nament manager attempts to contact the official 
by telephone and there is no answer, the manager 
should check with the operator for a possible 
change in the official's number, (d) If two offi- 
cials are tied on points, the highest ranking offi- 
cial shall be determined by flipping a coin, (e) If 
none of the officials on the list is available, the 
tournament manager shall have the sole respon- 
sibility of securing an official or officials for the 
tournament. 

6. Tournament Rule XV says: "The Board of 
Control is authorized to select, standardize, and 
purchase trophies for all district and regional tour- 
naments and the cost of these trophies shall be 
borne by the respective districts and regions." 
The Board has contracted with Riherd's Sport 
Shop, Glasgow, Kentucky, to supply all of the of- 
ficial K.H.S.A.A. district first place and second 
place basketball trophies for the 1971 tourna- 
ments, each trophy complete with the Association 
seal and engraving. Your trophies will be shipped 
to you prior to March 1, 

7. It is the responsibility of the tournament 
manager to secure adequate police protection. 

8. THE BOARD OF CONTROL HAS RULED 
THAT NOT MORE THAN TWEVE PLAYERS 
MAY BE IN UNIFORM FOR ANY ONE TOUR- 



NAMENT GAME. AND THAT OTHER SQUAD 
MEMBERS SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PAR- 
TICIPATE IN WARM-UP EXERCISES THIS 
BEING IMPLIED IN TOURNAMENT RULE XI. 

9. Please ask your officials to designate the 
goals prior to the warmup time for each game. 

10. You will receive three copies of a final 
eligibility list from each school. Have one of these 
checked by the coach of each competing team, 
before his team plays, for the twelve players he 
will use in each game. Use only one list for check- 
ing players on each team since the other two cop- 
ies may be needed by the regional and state tour- 
nament managers. Send the Commissioner all of 
these checked copies with your other reports. Send 
the two unchecked copies of eligibility lists of the 
winner and runner-up to the manager of your 
regional tournament, along with one copy of your 
report of games, not later tlian March 8. 

11. It has been ruled that the 2:00 o'clock 
mentioned in Tournament Rule IV-B may be con- 
sidered Eastern Standard time or 1:00 P.M. CEN- 
TRAL STANDARD TIME. This information con- 
cerning the starting time of the regional meeting 
should be given to your winner and runner-up. 

12. Send Secretary Ohr of the Kentucky 
Coaches Association the list of district coaches to 
be enrolled in his organization and remittance for 
these, and send the Commissioner the various re- 
ports mentioned above as soon as possible. 

13. Tournament Rule VI-A-3 provides that 
the district representative to the annual meeting 
may be allowed for expenses an amount not to 
exceed $75.00. Since this is a maximum and not 
necessarily a fixed amount, the delegate should be 
asked to submit an estimate of the cost of his 
lodging, transportation, and meals because of his 
representing the district at the annual meeting. 

Ted Sanford, Commissioner K.H.S.A.A. 
Attention!!! 

The Board of Control has the authority to set 
the fees for district tournament officials. The fol- 
lowing regulations for 1971 have been set by the 
Board; "The officials shall receive a fee of $25.00 
per game and a transportation allowance of 10c 
per mile for all necessary travel. In the event it 
is necessary for the official to remain overnight 
at the tournament site, he shall be paid an addi- 
tional $20.00 per day for loding and meals." 

Mr. Kelley's 1971 Effort 

Elmer Kelley of Madisonville, K.H.S.A.A. poet 
laureate, who for several years has written poems 
for state basketball tournaments, presents his 
poem about the forthcoming tournament. 

Tourney Time Again? 

It scarce would seem an hour or so since last 
we penned a rhyme 
In tribute to the schoolboy show that's known as 
tourney time. 
A year they say is in between the madness in 
this place; 
And yet familiar is the scene, each movement, 
sound and face. 
There's "Butch" and "Six" and all the rest 
along the baseline row, 
One-Two-Three the PA test, the Scoreboard's lights 
aglow. 
Behind the ramp Joe Bill and Ted, J. D. and 
dozens more. 
It seems a moment since they said, "The greatest 
one's in store." 
Above the din I head a band, a cheer becomes 
a roar. 
I know a new one's near at hand, it's tourney time 
once more. 
There may be others far and near that prove 
their money's worth. 
But none to rival this one here, the Greatest Show 
On Earth! 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official O rgan of the 
Ketitucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIII— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1971 



$1.00 Per Year 



Major Activity of the 1971 
Football Rules Committee 

Anaheim. California, January 2-3, 1971 

NOTE: This is a brief summary of the more 
important modification.s to the football rules 
authorized by the National Alliance Rules Com- 
mittee during its 1971 meeting. 

QUESTIONNAIRES for the purpose of deter- 
mining the acceptance of the committee's action 
in 1970 and for securing an evaluation of proposed 
changes were mailed to coaches and officials 
through state association offices, the National 
Junior College Athletic Association, and the Na- 
tional Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Ap- 
proximately 19,000 forms were distributed, and 
nearly 8,500 were returned and tabulated. The 
complete minutes contain a summary of the vote 
on each of the listed items, and a tabulation of the 
significant comments which were requested on 
the bacii of the questionnaire. The returns indi- 
cated a very high degree of satisfaction with the 
changes whicli had been made for the 1970 season. 
Providing that a charged time-out may be extend- 
ed by an official's time-out for the continuance of 
a coach-official conference, or when a safety factor 
is involved, was favored by 96 '7 of the respon- 
dents, as was defining a catch as securing posses- 
sion of a loose ball in flight by a player who is in- 
bounds. Specifying the location of the line-to-gain 
equipment was approved by a ratio of over 9 to 1. 
Classifying intentionally kicking or throwing the 
ball from the playing field following any score as 
unsportsmanlike conduct, was favored by 86 ^c' of 
the respondents. Eighty-five per cent favored 
exempting a player who inadvertently contacts a 
goal post placed on an end line from illegal partici- 
pation. Two revisions receiving the smallest per- 
centage of acceptance, that being 80^, were re- 
quiring a replaced player to leave the field on the 
side of his team box and removing the loss of down 
from the penalty for an ineligible being illegally 
downfield during a forward pass which crosses the 
line. All the remaining changes were accepted by 
more than a 10 to 1 margin. 

CRACKBACK BLOCKING, contributing to in- 
juries, was mentioned as a major problem by al- 
most one-third of the respondents and was most 
frequently mentioned as a major problem. Ap- 
proximately one-fourth indicated that the use of 
striking blows by defensive linemen was a major 
concern. Closely related, and mentioned by slight- 
ly less than onefourth of the respondents, was il- 
legal use of the forearm in blocking. Illegal acts 
against potential offensive pass receivers, by the 
defense, was a problem indicated by 1,770 respon- 
dents, while 1,623 indicated that metal-tipped 
cleats were a major cause of injury. In spite of the 
fact that one of the Points of Special Emphasis in 
1970 dealt with team boxes and explained their 
purpose, 1,616 respondents noted that coaches and 
players being out of the team boxes needed at- 
tention. Other items mentioned as problems were: 



injuries resulting from butt blocking (908); and 
players lagging when moving into position for a 
kick-off following a try (783). The National Alli- 
ance Football Code already contains ample pro- 
visions to eliminate these problem areas if the 
rules are properly applied. The fact that respon- 
dents indicated that these were problems is an in- 
dication that games have not been well adminis- 
tered. It is the responsibility of those who train 
and supervise officials to provide adequate in- 
struction, supervision, and evaluation which will 
insure the development of a greater degree of 
competency in officials. 

COMMITTEE REPORTS: 

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION office re- 
ceives a number of suggestions for improving or 
revising the National Alliance Football Code every 
year. The majority of suggestions, naturally, are 
received during the football season. Each proposal, 
along with recommendations from voting delegates 
and advisory members and the items from Parts 
II and III of the National Alliance football ques- 
tionnaire, is categorized and assigned to one of 
fi\'e standing subcommittees for study and con- 
sideration. Before any matter of rules revision 
may be brought before the National Alliance Foot- 
ball Rules Committee, it must have been con- 
sidered in one of the subcommittee meetings and 
approved for presentation to the committee of the 
whole, or be considered by virtue of being included 
as an item on the questionnaire. Preceding the 
opening session of the Football Rules Committee 
meeting, each subcommittee met to consider items 
on its agenda. Subcommittee meetings were sched- 
uled so that the delegates were privileged to at- 
tend two different sessions. During the first gener- 
al session, reports from the standing subcommit- 
tf='es were presented to the committee of the whole 
and provided a wealth of material upon which to 
base consideration during the voting session. Dur- 
ing this same session, the editor (committee secre- 
tary) reviewed the questionnaire items and the 
comments as submitted. Each voting degelate was 
reminded to submit any other items and or minor- 
ity reports to the chairman if they were to be 
considered without unanimous consent. A com- 
plete copy of each of the reports from the Equip- 
ment. Injury Data, Game Administration, Research 
and Statistical, and Safety subcommittees is to be 
included in the complete minutes. 

AUTHORIZED RULES REVISIONS 
FOR 1971: 

NOTE: The wording in the following state- 
ments is prehminary in nature and may or may 
not appear exactly in this manner in the 1971 
Rules Book. The Editorial Committee has the re- 
sponsibility of revising wording as necessary to 
correlate changes with other sections in the Code. 
Every effort is made to clearly and concisely repre- 
sent committee action. 

1-2-7: The top edge of the crossbar shall be 10' 
above the ground measured from the base of each 
upright to the top of the crossbar at the inter- 
(Continued on Page Ten) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1971 



FEBRUARY, 1971 



VOL. XXXIII— No. 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Le.xlngton, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Aislstant Editor _ . J. B. MANSFIELD 

AMistant Editor __ BILLY V. WISE 
Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President Don Davis (1967-1871). Fort Thomas 

Vice-President W. H. Crowdus (1968.1971), Franklin 

Directors^!. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 
Morton Combs (1968-1972). Carr Creek; James T. Dotson 
(1968-1972), Pikevllle; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973), Morganfield; Roy L. Win- 
chester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



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1971 District Tournament Sites 



1. Carlisle County 



Paducah Tilghnian 
Lowes 



34. 
35. 
36. 



Murray State Univ. 37. 



5. Crittenden County 38. 

6. Henderson 39. 

7. West Hopkins 40. 

8. Hopkinsville 41. 

9. Owensboro 42. 

10. Muhlenberg Central 43. 

11. Breckingridge Co. 44 

12. Leitchfield 45. 

13. RusseUville 46. 

14. Western Ky. Univ. 47. 

15. Allen County 48. 

16. Tompkinsville 49. 

17. North Hardin 50. 

18. Hart County 51. 

19. Nelson County 52. 

20. Marion County 53. 

21. Flaget 54. 

22. Pleasure Ridge Park 55. 

23. Fairdale 56. 

24. Thomas Jefferson 57. 

25. Ahrens 58. 

26. Atherton 59. 

27. Jeffersontown 60. 

28. Westport 61. 

29. Bullitt Central 

30. Henry County 62. 

31. Trimble County 63. 

32. Williamstown 64. 

33. Simon Kenton 



Holmes 

Newport 

Campbell County 

Harrison County 

Deming 

Mason County 

Mt. Sterling 

Woodford County 

Jessamine County 

Lexington Catholic 

Model 

Danville 

Casey County 

McCreary County 

Somerset 

Brodhead 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Lynch 

Fleming-Neon 

Hazard 

Jackson 

Wolfe County 

Inez 

Garrett 

Pikeville 

Belfry 

University 

Breckenridge 

Olive Hill 

Russell 

Paul G. Blazer 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Saturday morning, January 23, 
1971. The meeting was called to order by Presi- 
dent Don Davis at 8:30, with all Board members. 
Commissioner Theo. A. Sanford, and Assistant 
Commissioners J. B. Mansfield and Billy V. Wise 
present. The invocation was given by W. H. 
Crowdus. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester, that the reading of the minutes of the 
December 19th meeting be waived since the mem- 
bers of the Board had received copies of these 
minutes. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner recommended that the fol- 



lowing regulations concerning the fees for district 
and regional basketball tournament officials be 
adopted: The district tournament official shall re- 
ceive a fee of $25.00 per game, the regional tour- 
nament official a fee of $30.00 per game. The 
transportation allowance shall be 10 cents per 
mile for all necessary travel. In the event that it is 
necessary for the official to remain overnight at 
the tournament site, he shall be paid an additional 
$20.00 per day for lodging and meals. Richard Vin- 
cent moved, seconded by J. C. Cantrell, that the 
regulations recommended by the Commissioner be 
adopted. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Tom Mills of the Building Com- 
mittee presented to the Board a rendering of the 
proposed new K.H.S.A.A. office building, plans 
and specifications for which are currently being 
prepai-ed by the architectual firm of Marye and 
Bond. W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by James 
T. Dotson, that the Building Committee be given 
the power to act with respect to approving plans 
and specifications for the new K.H.S.A.A. build- 
ing, with the understanding that no contractor's 
bid would be accepted without the approval of 
the Board of Control. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

There was a discussion of possible new pro- 
posals to be submitted by the Board at the forth- 
coming 1971 Delegate Assembly. No action was 
taken on these proposals at this time. 

The Commissioner brought to the attention 
of the Board all of the correspondence in connec- 
tion with the Larry Grisham transfer case, this 
boy being currently enrolled in the Frederick 
Fraize High School. He had ruled Larry Grisham 
ineligible for athletic competition under his inter- 
pretaton of the Association's Transfer Rule. It 
was the opinion of the Board that the Commis- 
sioner had ruled correctly in the case, and the 
Board was unanimous in its decision not to re- 
store the eligibility of LaiTy Grisham under Article 
IV, Section 3-d-7, of the Constitution. 

The Commissioner presented to the Board the 
request of Prin. Arthur J. Lloyd and Coach Jackie 
Jewell of the Wayne County High School, asking 
that in football the school be placed back in Class 
AA because of scheduling trouble. Tom Mills 
moved, seconded by James T. Dotson, that the 
request of the Wayne County representatives be 
granted. The motion was caiTied was carried un- 
animously. 

The Commissioner presented to the Board a 
letter and supporting material which he had re- 
ceived from Donald B. Mills of the Richmond Jay- 
cees, suggesting certain changes in the football 
playoff system. The Board took no action on the 
suggestions made. 

During the December meeting of the Board, 
the Commissioner had presened a request of 
Brother Charles Blavat, Principal of the Bishop 
David High School, that for the purpose of play- 
ing varsity football the Bishop David High School 
be moved "FROM THE CITY CLASS AAA 
LEAGUE TO THE COUNTY REGION, WEST 
DISTRICT, CLASS AAA LEAGUE." The Board 
deferred action until a later meeting. Attention 
was not called to the request of the Brother Blavat, 
The Board declined at this time to change the 
football region of the Bishop David High School. 

James T. Dotson moved, seconded by J. C. 
Cantrell, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning December 1, 1970, and ending 
December 31, 1970, be allowed. The motion was 
carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



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Page Three 



TRACK ASSIGNMENTS 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of 
Control provide that the state shall be divided 
into classes and regions by the Commissioner who 
will assign the schools to the regional sites. The 
1971 assignments are as follows: 

TRACK— CLASS A GIRLS 

Paducah Region — Ballard Memorial, Heath, 
Lyon County, Murray, Providence, South Mar- 
shall. St. Mary, Trigg County. 

Bowling Green Region — Austin- Tracy, Daw- 
son Springs, Hiseville, Metcalfe County, Paik City, 
Russellville, Temple Hill, Tompkinsville. 

Fort Knox Region — Bardstown, Greensburg, 
Henry County. Kentucky School for the Blind. 

Bellevue Region — Carroll County, Dayton, 
Nicholas County, Pendleton County. 

Lexington Region — Frankfort, Georgetown, 
Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Shelby- 
ville. 

Richmond Region — Berea. Burnside, Carr 
Creek. Hindman. Kentucky School for the Deaf, 
Knott County. Oakdale Christian, Oneida Institute. 

Barbourville Region — Corbin. Fleming-Neon, 
Harlan. Leatherwood. Lynn Camp. St. Camillus, 
Williamsburg. 

Morehead Region — Bath County. Elkhorn City, 
Fairview, Maysville, Menifee County, Morgan 
County, Paintsville, Prichard, University Breckin- 
ridge. Wurtland. 

TRACK— CLASS AA GIRLS 

Paducah Region — Calloway County, Christian 
County. Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, North Marshall, 
Paducah. Reidland. 

Owensboro Region — Daviess County, Hender- 
son County. Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owens- 
boro, Union County. 

Bowling Green Region — Adair Countj-. Bowl- 
ing Green. Franklin-Simpson, LaRue County, Rus- 
sell County, Todd Central, Warren Central. 

Fort Knox Region — Bullitt Central, East 
Hardin, Fort Knox, Meade County, Nelson County, 
North Hardin. Oldham County. Shelby County, 
West Hardin. 

Bellevue Region — Boone County, Conner. 

Lexington Region — Bryan Station, Franklin 
County, George Rogers Clark. Harrison County. 
Henry Clay, Jessamine County. Lafayette, Scott 
County. Tates Creek, Woodford County. 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, Danville, 
Hazard, Jackson County. Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Madison Central, M. C. Napier. Middles- 
boro. Somerset. 

Morehead Region — Boyd County, Fleming 
County, Johnson Central, Louisa, McKell, Paul 
Blazer, Prestonsburg. Rowan County, Russell. 

TRACK— CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Butler Region — Butler, Central, Louisville 
Male, Loretto, Shawnee. 

Atherton Region — Atherton, Holy Rosary, 
Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas Jefferson. 

Iroquois Region — Angela Merici, Doss, Fair- 
dale, Iroquois, Jesse Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Eastern Region — Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Mercy Academy, 
Ursuline, Westport. 



TRACK— CLASS A BOYS 

Paducah Region — Ballai-d Memorial, Critten- 
den County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Lyon 
County, Murray, Providence, St. Mary, South 
Marshall, Trigg County. 

Bowling Green Region — Austin-Tracy, Bre- 
men. Caverna, Edmonson County, Hiseville, Met- 
calfe County, Park City, Russellville, Temple Hill, 
Tompkinsville. 

Fort Knox Region — Campbellsville, Clarkson, 
Eminence, Greensburg, Henry County, Kentucky 
Military Institute, Kentucky School for the Blind, 
Louisville Country Day, Portland Christian. 

Boone Coimty Region — Bellevue, Brossart, 
Carroll County, Dayton, Grant County, Ludlow, 
Nicholas County, Pendleton County, Trimble 
County. 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Frank- 
fort, Georgetown, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catho- 
lic, Mercer County. Paris. Powell County, Sayre, 
Shelbyville. 

Richmond Region — Berea, Burnside, Estill 
County, Garrard County. Kentucky School for 
the Deaf. Knott County. Model, Monticello, Mt. 
Sterling, Oakdale Christian. Oneida Institute. 

Barbourville Region — Corbin. Fleming-Neon, 
Harlan. Jenkins, Leatherwood. Letcher, Lone Jack, 
Lynn Camp. Riverside. Williamsburg. 

Morehead Region — Bath County, Elkhorn 
City, Fairview, Johns Creek, Maysville, Martin, 
Menifee County, Millard, Morgan County, Paints- 
ville, Prichard, Pikeville. Raceland, University 
Breckinridge, Virgie, Wurtland. 

TRACK— CLASS AA BOYS 

Paducah Region — Caldwell County, Calloway 
County. Christian County, Hopkinsville. Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, North Marshall, Paducah, Reidland. 

Owensboro Region — Daviess County, Hender- 
son, Henderson County. Madisonville-North Hop- 
kins. Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic, Union 
County. Webster County. 

Bowling Green Region — Adair County, AUen 
County. Bowling Green. Franklin-Simpson, Glas- 
gow. Hart County. LaRue County, Russell Coun- 
ty, Taylor County. Todd Central. 

Fort Knox Region — Bullitt Central, Breckin- 
ridge Countv, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox. Marion County. Meade County, Nelson 
County, North Hardin, Oldham County, Shelby 
County, Washington County, West Hardin. 

Boone County Region — Boone County, Camp- 
bell County. Conner. Covington CathoUc, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial. New- 
port. Newport Catholic, Simon Kenton. 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, 
Harrison County, Henry Clay, Jessamine County, 
Lafayette, Scott County, Tates Creek. Woodford 
County. 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, DanviUe, 
Hazard. Jackson County, Knox Central, Laurel 
County". Madison Central, Middlesboro, Montgome- 
ry County, Pulaski County, Somerset, Whitesburg, 
Whitley County. 

Morehead Region— Belfry, Boyd County, 
Fleming Countv, Johnson Central, Louisa, Mason 
County, McKell, Paul Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rus- 
sell. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1971 



TRACK— CLASS AAA BOYS 

Flaget Region — Butler. Central. duPont Man- 
nual. Flaget, Louisville Male. Shawnee. 

Atherton Region — Atherton. DeSales, Durrett, 
Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jefferson. 

Iroquois Region — Bishop David, Doss. Fair- 
dale, Iroquois. Pleasure Ridge Park. Stuart, Val- 
ley. Western. 

Eastern Region — Ballard. Eastern. Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown. Seneca. Trinity, Waggener, West- 
port. 



1971 Regional Tournament Sites 

(1) Murray State University. (2) HopkinsviUe 
Hi.gh School. (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) 
Western Kentuckv University. (5) Nelson County 
High School. (6) Freedom Hall. (7) Freedom Hall. 
(8) Henrv County High School. (9) Holmes High 
School. (10) Mason County High School. (11) U.K. 
Coliseum. (12) Laurel County High School. (13) 
Clav County High School. (14) Hazard High 
School. (15) Johnson Central High School (16) 
Morehead State University. 



Correction 

The Muhlenberg Central and Woodford 
County schools were listed mcorrectly with re- 
spect to basketball districts in the January issue 
of the ATHLETE. The Muhlenberg Central High 
School is in District 10 and the Woodford County 
High School is in District 41 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

Arnold. Max Gregorv, 620 Deepwood Drive. HopkinsviUe, 

886-3011 753-8709 
Barnes. H. Randy. Box 411, Rt. 7. Murray. 753-2853 
Beck. Gary T..ynn. Murray. 753-8238 

Brunick. John A.. 1508 Chestnut Street, Murray. 753-5456 
Bray. Lonnie. P. O. Box 272. Hyrien. 672-2274 
Celano. Paul. 114 N. 14th Street. Murray. 753-9662 
Conlev. Garv D.. Co H USAIMA. 405-74-0740, Ft. Bragg, 

N. C, 928-6678 
Culler. Richard. 210 Wliite Hall. Murray. 767-4560 
Daw.son. Jack. Route 3. Proctorville. Ohio 
Dawson. Jerry A.. 1706 W. Main. Murray. 753-6326 
Gatterdam. Ed L.. 3716 Briarbridge. Louisville. 459-9759. 

.584-3211. Ext. 519 
Harris. Robert. Box 44. Eddyville. 388-9475. 388-2211 
Higginson. William Curtis. R. R. 4. Waverly 
Holtzclaw. James R.. 112 Elizabeth. Versailles. 873-3892, 

873-3161. Ext. 251 
Hurst. W. Stewart, Bardstown. 767-4969 
Kan.-iala. Olli. 114 N. 14th Street. Murray 
Owen. Don L.. Route 1. Crofton. 424-5635 
Padgett, Jerry W., 327 N. Maple Street, Somerset, 678- 

8575. 678-5151 
Pigott. Chris Steven. 114 N. 14th Street. Murray. 753-9662 
Pudas. Lawrence. P. O. 166 Hart Hall. Murray. 767-4095 
Shell. Ray Mac. Route 6. Ma.vfield, 247-3283 
Stoliker, Robert Terry, 515 College Courts. Murrav. 767- 

4005 
Vaugh. James W., 220B North Main. Elizabethtown, 765- 

5321 
Ward, Bob, R. J.. 406 North 12th. Murray, 753-1700 
Wells. Andy. 5873 29th Avenue N.. St. Petersburg. Florida 
Woodward. Richard Jon. 1016 College Courts. Murray, 

767-2459 
Young. James, 114 N. 14th Street, Murray 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

Morrison, Robert E., Rt. ^l. Box 6. Harned 

Rendel. Zacharias, 1670 Almara Circle. Louisville, 454-5241 

Smith, James. Box 365. Vine Grove. 877-2266 



New Golf Film 

The National Golf Foundation has produced 
a new film entitled COURTESY ON THE 
COURSE. A print of the film, a 16 mm, 17-minute 
sound film in color, has been secured by the 
K.H.S.A.A. and placed on loan with the Film 
Library. College of Education. University of Ken- 
tucky. 

COURTESY ON THE COURSE illustrates 
and explains the ethics, courtesies, and customs 
of golf. The production of this film fills a long- 
standing need and will be of great assistance in 
teaching golf, both at the interscholastic and the 
physical education service course levels of the 
game. 

COURTESY ON THE COURSE conveys a 
two-fold definition of golf etiquette through a 
positive presentation of procedures reflecting con- 
sideration of other players and concern for the 
golf course itself. In some situations it has been 
somewhat difficult to secure the use of a golf 
course because certain squads have misused them. 
The film content includes arrival and before-tee 
preparation; order of play: positioning and con- 
duct; alertness to the ball in flight; "Fore!"; right- 
of-way on ad.iacent fairway; measures to speed 
pla.y: divot replacement; sand bunker procedures; 
positioning of equipment; play-through procedure; 
violations that hinder play; green etiquette; ball 
mark repair positioning; flagstick handling; rec- 
ording of scores. 



Coach-of-The-Year Clinic 

Charlie McClendon, Head Football Coach for 
the Louisiana State University has been named 
"Co-Coach of the Year" by the American Football 
Coaches Association and will headline an all-star 
group of coaches at the 1971 Kodak Coach-of-the- 
Year Clinic to be held in St. Louis at the Stouf- 
fer's Riverfront Inn on February 19. 20. and 21. 

On the same docket with Charlie McClendon 
will be Stanford's Head Coach. John Ralston and 
his top assistants, Mike White and Roger Thedes 
from the Rose Bowl; Bob Devaney, from Neb- 
raska, the coach of the number-one team in the 
nation, and winner of the Orange Bowl; and Bcb 
Blackman, newly appointed Illinois University 
Head Coach and winner of the Lambert Trophy 
for 1970. Other outstanding coaching personalities 
include Ron Erhardt, of North Dakota State. 1970 
Camellia Bowl winner: Eddie Robinson of Gram- 
bling; Prentice Gautt, Assistant Coach at the Uni«- 
versity of Missouri, and Paul Martel from St. 
Louis University High School. St. Louis. 

These All Star Clinic Coaches Lectures and 
Diagrams will be included in a CLINIC NOTE- 
BOOK that may be purchased from the St. Louis 
Metropolitan Football Coaches Association, a 
group that will also be in charge of hospitality for 
visiting coaches. 

This year's clinic will stress demonstrations 
of the different types of offensive and defensive 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1971 



Page Five 



drills and techniques from the various parts of 
the country. 

A special attraction of the 1971 Clinic will be 
a Song and Dance team called "Duffy's Darlings". 
Duffy's Darlings is a group of local higli school 
coaches' wives that will kick off a party and panel 
discussion featured Saturday evening, February 
20. at 7:30 pm. 

Hosts and participants in the clinic will be 
the clinic's National Directors, Coach Charles E. 
"Bud" Wilkinson, formerly of Oklahoma, and 
Coach Hugh "Duffy" Daugherty of Michigan State. 

Ed Velten, Clinic Manager, expects around 



1,000 coaches from eight (8) states to attend the 
10th Annual KODAK COACH-OF-THE-YEAR 
CLINIC. For further information call or write; Ed 
Velten, Ladue High School, 1201 South Warson 
Road, St. Louis, Misouri, 63124, Area Code 314- 
993-6447. 

This chnic is not limited to High School and 
College coaches only, but is open to the General 
Public and all Little League coaches. 

Registration fee is $10.00 per person when 
paid in advance, and $12.50 on the day of the 
clinic. 



Foolball Officials' Ratings On Sportsmanship Of 
K. H. S. A. A. Member Schools - 1970 



SCHOOL 



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Allen County 29 

Anderson County 32 

Atherton 21 

Ballard 12 

Bardstown 39 

Bath County 27 

Beechwood 20 

Belfr.y 22 

Bell County 26 

Bellevue 36 

Berea Community 28 

Bishop David .33 

Boone County 18 

Bourhon County 22 

Bowling Green 30 

Boyd County 27 

Boyle County 37 

Breckinridae County 33 

Bryan Station 29 

Bullitt Central 19 

Burgin 23 

Butler 29 

Butler County 17 

Caldwell County 24 

Campbell County 34 

Campbellsville 35 

Carroll County 20 

Catlettsburg 21 

Caverna 17 

Central 15 

Christian County 32 

Conner 13 

Corbin 38 

Cov. Catholic 16 

Crittenden Co. 15 

Cumberland 23 

Cumberland Co. 12 

DanviUe 42 

Daviess County 14 

Dayton _ 24 

De Sales 32 

Dixie Heights 34 

Doss 29 

duPont Manual 13 

Durrett 3.5 

Eastern 21 

Edmonson County 9 

EUzabethtown 36 

Elkhorn City 26 

Eminence 21 

Estill County 17 

Evarts 37 

Fairdale 25 

Fairview 15 

Fern Creek 25 

Flaget 20 

Fleming County 37 

Fleming Neon 28 

Ft. Campbell 26 

Fort Knox 25 

Frankfort 32 

Franklin County 30 

Franklin-Simpson 20 



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Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY 1971 



SCHOOL 



OTHER SCHOOL 
COACH OFFICIALS CROWD 

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TEAM 

G F P 



Fulton 25 I 

Fulton County 7 I 

Gamaliel 15 I 

Garrard County 33 1 

George Rogers Clark 25 

Georgtown 27 

Glasgow 20 

Greensburg 10 

Harlan 24 

Harrison County 47 

Harrodsburg 36 

Hart County 6 

Hazard 30 

Heath 3 

Henderson 23 

Henderson County 27 

Henry Clay 30 

Henry County 23 

Highlands 40 ! 

Hiseville 16 1 

Holmes 15 I 

Hopkinsville 30 I 

Iroquois 34 I 

James A. Cawood 32 

Jeffersontown 26 I 

Jenkins 20 1 

Jessamine County 22 ' 

Johns Creek 20 1 

Johnson Central 7 I 

Kv. Military Institute 23 I 

Kentucky Sch. for Deaf 12 ! 

Knox Central 26 ! 

Lafayette 22 I 

LaRue County 25 1 

Laurel County 28 I 

Leslie County 18 I 

Lewis County 16 I 

Lloyd 34 I 

Lone Oak 24 I 

Louisa 31 I 

Louisville Country Day 22 1 

Louisville Male 5 

Ludlow 29 I 

Lynch 35 I 

Lynn Camp 27 

McKeU 21 

Madison 32 

Madison Central 29 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins 37 I 

Marion C. Moore 28 i 

Marion County 27 [ 

Maj-field 31 I 

Mavsville 31 I 

M. C. Napier 21 < 

Meade County 31 1 

Mercer County 30 I 

Metcalfe County 40 I 

Middlesboro 42 ' 

Millersburg Military Inst. 23 I 

Montgomery County 24 i 

Morgan County 18 I 

Mt. SterUng 33 t 

Mt. Vernon 18 I 

MuUins 19 I 

Murray 26 [ 

Nelson County 15 I 

Newport 23 | 

Newport Catholic 17 I 

Nicholas County 31 | 

North Hardin 38 I 

North MarshaU 32 I 

Ohio County 28 I 

Oldham County 41 I 

Owen County 18 I 

Owensboro 25 I 

Owensboro Catholic 22 I 

Paducah Tilghman 26 I 

PaintsvlUe 35 | 

Paris 24 

Park Cltv 19 

Paul G. Blazer 18 I 

Pikeville 19 ' 

Ptneville 47 I 

Pleasure Ridge Park 29 I 

Prestonsburg 32 [ 

Raceland 23 

Reidland 3 

Rowan County 30 



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Page Seven 



SCHOOL 



COACH 
E G F 



OTHER SCHOOL 
OFFICIALS 
P E G F 



Russell 44 

Russell County 25 

Russellville 38 

St. Xavier 32 

SajTe 16 

Scott County 13 

Seneca 18 

Shawnee 20 

Shelby County 22 

Shelbyville 30 

Simon Kenton 19 

Somerset 21 

Southern 30 

Stanford 31 

Stuart 20 

Tates Creek 26 

Temple Hill 15 

Thomas Jefferson 18 

Todd Central 15 

TompkinsviUe 35 

Trigg County 28 

Trimble County 3 

Trinity 28 

Union County 35 

Valley 35 

Virgie 21 

Waggener 30 

Warren Central 20 

Warren East 16 

Washington County 24 

Wayne County 15 

Western 28 

Westport 20 

Wheeh\Tight 25 

Whitesburg 24 

WTiitley County 28 

Williamsburg 31 

Woodford County 22 

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TEAM 

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Schools' Ratings On 
Football Officials 

The following ratings were received on foot- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. dur- 
ing 1970-1971. The numbers following each name 
represent respectively the number of Excellent 
Good, Fair, and Poor ratings given to the official. 

Adams, Paul E., 1-2-0-0; Ahi-ens, James R., 
2-3-0-0: Albright, James R.. 4-8-1-0: Allen, Arthur, 
6-4-0-0; Allison, Rov. 1-3-0-1; Anders, Raleigh, 
4-2-01; Anderson, John G., 1-1-0-1; Asbridge, Tony, 
5-0-0-0; Ashworth, Paul, 3-0-0-0; Ayers, Edward 
L., 3-13-1-0; 

Bartels, John T., 3-4-2-1; Barton, Leon, 
0-3-3-2; Bates, Bob, 1-0-0-0; Batterson, Keith, 
7-2-0-0; Beane, John Edward, 4-1-0-2; Beheler. 
Donald S., 6-3-0-0: Bell, Clarence T., 3-1-1-0; 
Bellissemo, Frank, 2-2-1-0; Bennett, Howard. 
4-0-1-0; Benzinger, Joseph, 0-1-1-0; Bero, James 
J., 1-2-1-1; Blackford. Robert L., 0-0-1-0; Blake, 
Jesse L., 0-2-0-0; Blanton, Homer, 4-2-0-0; Blevins 
Donald W., 3-9-0-0; Blosser. Kermit A.. 0-1-0-0 
Bocook. Earl, 0-1-0-0; Boemker, Bob, 4-5-1-2 
Bordy. Philip, 2-3-1-1; Boswell, Martin, 4-5-1-0 
Boyd. John D., 0-2-0-0; Boyles, Jerry F., 4-1-2-0 
Bradford, Robert L.. 5-11-2-0; Bramble, James L. 
2-6-1-0; Brashear, Loy Ray, 5-5-6-1: Brauch 
Charles J., 6-3-0-0; Brause, Allan R.. 0-1-0-0 
Brock, Alben. 0-2-3-0; Brotzge. Maurice J., 1-9-6-0 
Brown, Bill, 5-10-3-1; Brown. Herman G., 3-5-0-0 
Brubaker, Don, 0-2-0-0; Brubaker, John E., 0-2-0-0 



Bruce, William. 2-0-0-0; Bullock, Ted, 6-8-1-1; 
Burke David Dean, 5-6-0-0; Burke. Harry R., 
7-6-1-0; Burkhart, James G.. 0-3-0-0; Burton. 
James E., 1-6-0-0; Burton, John, 0-5-0-1; 

Cain Paul D., 4-2-0-0: Callihan, Billv Joe, 
0-1-0-0; Campbell, Bill. 0-1-1-0; Canadav. Glenn. 
6-8-2-0; Canadv. Rav Blair. 11-5-0-0; Carlberg, 
John H., 5-3-1-i: Carlberg, Ralph, 3-5-0-3; Carlson. 
David A.. 5-1-0-5; Carpenter. Jerrv. 1-0-0-0; Carr. 
Billv W.. 2-5-2-0; Cason. Charles. 2-0-0-0; Cecil. 
A. Morris. 14-1-3-0; Cecil, Roger, 0-2-1-0; Chas- 
teen. Earl, Jr., 0-3-0-0; Chiswell, Charles L., 
4-3-2-0; Cisco, Robert N.. 3-3-3-0; Clark, Charles 
L. 9-13-2-2; Clark. Owen B., 3-4-1-0; Clark. Rob- 
ert L.. 1-3-0-1; Clark. John E., 2-1-0-0; Cleavenger, 
Ed, 3-4-0-0; Clemmons. Sam P.. 3-7-0-0; Collins. 
Ronald K.. 6-10-1-0: Cook. Richard N.. 5-6-0-0; 
Cooper. Norris E.. 4-3-0-0; Coplev. Sidnev M., 
2-0-0-1: Coppler. Arden D.. 2-3-1-0: Cornwell, 
James 6-7-1-0; Cox, Colin, 0-0-2-0: Cowan, R. L.. 
3-7-3-0; Craft. Albert B.. 3-11-1-0: Creekmore. Les. 
2-8-0-0: Crider, Ray, 2-6-3-0; Cullen, Charles, 
3-14-4-2: Gulp, Willard E., 6-4-1-1; Curnutte, Ivan. 
3-8-0-1; Curnutte, James R., 0-2-0-0: Current, Ellis 
Ray. 5-7-1-2; Current, Robert, 4-6-1-2; 

Dallmann. James W., 1-0-0-1; Daopoulas, James 
A., 1-4-0-0; Davis, Charles. 0-3-0-0; Davis. Curt. 
4-5-1-2; Davis. Ralph C, 3-1-0-0; Deaton. Daniel 
E.. 0-1-0-0; Delanev. Wilham T.. 4-3-1-0; Dennedv. 
Bob, 2-0-0-0: Dent. Don, 6-5-3-3: Denton, Charles. 
1-0-1-0: Denton. William J.. 1-8-0-0; DeSensi, Wil- 
liam. 1-1-0-0; Detenber. Gene. 0-1-0-0; Dewees. 
William L., Jr.. 5-14-1-0; Dixie, C. P.. 1-2-0-0; 
Dodd. Robert E., 1-0-0-0; Dorsey, James A., 
2-2-0-0; Downs, Joseph W., 3-5-0-0; Drake Richard 



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R., 1-0-0-0; Draud, Jon E., 1-5-4-3; Duff, William 
C, Jr., 0-2-0-0; Duncan. James T.. 0-2-0-0; Durbin. 
Roy, 0-4-0-0; Durkin, Jack H., 1-5-0-0; 

Easley. Dan W., 4-2-0-0; Edwards, Richard 
A. 6-2-0-0; Egan. Joseph P., 2-2-0-0; Eldridge, 
Wavne R., 1-1-0-0; EHiott, Carroll L,, 4-9-1-1; Ellis, 
Johnny, 0-2-0-0; Elovitz, Carl, 1-7-0-0; Evans, 
David M., 0-0-1-0; 

Faust, John F., 3-13-3-2; Fay, John C, 2-5-0-0; 
Feck, Richard A., 2-9-1-0; Feldkamp, Jack, 1-0-0-0; 
Fenimore, Clarke E., 8-8-2-0; Ferguson, Roy F., 
2-10-2-0; Ferguson, Thomas Lyle, 0-2-0-0; Ferrell, 
Ronnie. 1-3-0-1; Fields. Rickey P. 2-4-0-0; Fields, 
Ronald M.. 4-8-0-0; Fish. Leland G., 3-5-1-0; Fitz- 
patrick, Kenneth, 1-4-2-0; Flynn, Bobby, 7-5-0-0; 
Fortney, Robert L., 2-8-3-2; Foster, J. W.. 3-7-0-0; 
Foster, Berryman E., 0-1-0-0; Fowler, Charles E., 
1-3-0-1; Fralev, Bill, 1-5-1-1; Frankel, Louis S., 
4-8-3-1; Frazer, Tom Roe, 1-2-1-2; Freese, Ollie, 
0-1-0-0; Fritsch, Bill, 1-0-0-0; Fryrear. Bill P. 
2-11-2-3; Fucci, Dom. 7-4-0-1; Fuller, Wilton, 
2-4-1-1; Furlong. Wm. E., 0-1-0-0; 

Gallaher, Jack F., 0-6-0-1; Galuk, Walter M., 
2-2-1-0; Gardner, Kenneth C, 1-0-0-0; Garrett, 
Richard A., 1-6-1-0; Gentry, Dale J., 6-11-3-2; 
Gettler, John F., 9-5-0-2; Gfell, George V., 7-2-1-1; 
Gibbs, Ken, 0-1-0-0; Gibson, Richard L., 3-5-1-0; 
Gilkerson. Pat H., 0-1-0-0; Goforth, Bob, 0-2-0-0; 
Gore, Bailev, 6-1-0-2: Gorham, Harry C, 2-9-0-0; 
Gour, Bob, 9-4-0-1; Grabowski, James T., 0-2-0-0; 
Grace, Charles K., 3-3-3-1; Grace, H. E., Jr., 
2-2-0-2; Graham, James E., 4-1-1-1; Griffey, Rich- 
ard, 4-3-1-0; Griggs. John M., 1-4-0-0; Gupton, 
George. 1-7-0-1; Gupton, Lawrence, 1-7-2-1; Guy, 
Newton Samuel, 0-2-0-0; 

Hadden. Newell P.. Jr., 6-7-1-0; Hagan, Joe E., 
2-8-2-1; Hall, Charles E„ 0-7-2-0; Hall. William W., 
3-2-0-0; Hancock, Norb, 7-8-1-1; Hario, Austin A., 
7-0-2-0; Harris, David L., 5-6.0.0; Harris. Russell 
B.. 5-2-0-0; Harsh. Ronald B.. 0-2-1-0; Hawkins, 
Donald H., 8-5-4-2; Hawkins, Will A., 2-4-1-1; 
Heaberlin. Bill. 2-0-1-0; Hedge. David W.. 1-6-0-0; 
Heinichen. Carl C. 2-0-0-0; Heinold. F. Thomas, 
0-2-0-0; Heinze. Frank, 9-6-1-2; Heinz-?. John G., 
11-6-2-2; Hendon, L. J.. 3-4-0-2; Hewitt. R, T., 
2-2-0-0; Hicks. Jack. 1-2-0-0; TTina. Charl°s W.. 
1-5-0-0; Hina, Henry B., 0-6-0-0; Hines Richard G., 
1-2-1-0; Hinkle, Harold L„ 1-0-0-0; Hite, Phillip, 
0-0-2-0; Hofstetter, Joe, 5-1-0-0; Hollingsworth, 
Ralph, 7-3-0-2; Holton, Glenn, 0-1-2-0; Hornsby, 
Colin, 0-4-0-1; Horsman, Bill, 4-7-0-2; Howard, 
Robert E., 1-2-4-1; Hubbard, John Douglas, 2-3-0-0; 
Huber, Carl, 3-10-2-3; Huber, Jerry, 0-1-0-0; Huf- 
fine, Gary L., 0-4-0-0; Hunter, James, 5-8-2-3; 
Hunter, Willard, C. 1-2-0-0; Hurley, Robert, 
1-3-1-2; Hurt, Thomas C. 1-0-0-0; 

Ishmael, Stephan A., 2-9-2-0; 

Jacoby, Ben W., 2-11-1-0; James, Gene, 4-4-0-0; 
Jarrel, Frank W., 0-1-0-0; Johan.son, Ralph G., 
1-2-0-0; Johns, Charles, 3-0-0-1; Johnson, Bob, 
2-1-1-0; Johnson, Gordon M., 3-0-0-1; Johnson, 
Harry A., Jr., 3-4-3-0; Johnson. Stan W., 5-3-0-0; 
Jones, J. Carl, 4-9-2-0; Jones, Paul D., 1-2-0-0; 
Jone.s. William L., 0-1-0-0; Jump, Frank E., 6-3-0-0; 

Karr, Don, 0-7-0-0; Kaufman, Alvin R.. 6-9-1-1; 
Keifer, Robert B., 0-1-0-1; Keller, Terry J., 0-0-0-1; 
Kennedy, James Robert, 3-3-0-0; Kimble. Frank, 
3-1-2-1; King. Harry D., 1-0-0-0; King, Allen V.. 
0-1-0-0; Kirk, Charles F., 0-3-1-0; Kratzenberg, 
Richard, 0-2-0-0; Kratzenberg, Robert R., 1-3-0-0; 
Kuhl, Lawrence, 3-4-1-0; 



Lally, James J.. 0-3-0-0; Lambert, Irvin, 
5-11-5-0; Landers, John F., 6-6-0-3; Lange, William 
E.. Jr., 2-12-4-4; Law, WiUiam Jolley, 4-8-1-0; Law- 
son, Leland. 4-1-0-0; Leahy, Pat. 6-4-1-4; Lee, 
Charles J„ 1-0-0-0; Lee. Douglas, 0-6-0-3; Lee, 
William A.. 0-2-0-0; Lefevers, Colman J.. 0-0-3-1; 
Lehkamp. Kenneth. 1-1-0-0; Lenahan, Thomas F., 
4-10-1-1; Lequire, Harold M.. 1-5-0-1; Levy, Ar- 
thur E., 0-3-1-2; Lillie, Wm. Westly, 2-7-0-1; Lin- 
don, Bob. 5-3-1-3; Lingo, Henry E., 6-6-2-0; Linkes, 
Clifford C, 1-1-0-0; Lockhart. Dan, 0-1-0-0; Lo- 
gan. Doug. 1-1-1-1; Logan, Eh, 2-2-1-0; Long, 
James E.. 6-4-0-0; Lowe. Gene T., 6-1-3-2; Lowe, 
Stan, 10-3-0-0; Lusby, George, 7-8-1-1; Lykins, 
James O.. 0-1-1-1; 

McClure, Tom, 5-6-0-0; McCormick, Don R., 
6-6-2-0; McCowan, Connell, 2-2-0-0; McCoy. Larry, 
2-5-1-0; McFadden. James. 5-3-2-1; McGehee. Gor- 
don, 13-6-0-2; McGinty. L. V., Jr.. 8-3-1-1; Mc- 
Kenzie. Claude. Jr.. 1-1-0-0; McKenzie. Robert L., 
1-0-0-0; McLane, Albert L. 2-0-0-0; McLemore, 
Jack T.. 3-15-2-1; McPeek, Ronald L., 0-5-0-0; Mc- 
Peek, Talmadge, 2-1-1-0; 

Magruder. Earl L.. Jr.. 9-8-1-0; Malone, James 
F.. 8-1-1-0; Maloney, Ross H.. 0-3-0-1; Maloney, 
William L., 0-1-0-0; Mang. Berry W.. Jr.. O-l-O-'O 
Marcum. Bruce. 1-0-2-0: Matarazzo, S. M., 4-2-0-0 
Mathis, Mike. 1-0-0-0; Mattinglv, Charles, 10-8-0-0 
Mattinglv. Wayne, 1-3-1-0; May, E. B.. Jr. 
10-6-0-0; May. Larry, 0-2-0-1; Mayhew. William 
M.. 7-8-1-1; Maynard. Jim. 4-0-0-1; Maynard. Wil- 
liam D.. 1-2-0-0; Meadors, Wilham J., 2-4-0-0: Mel- 
mige, James, Jr., 5-0-0-0: Mercke, Frank R., 
3-8-1-5; Mercker. George E.. 4-3-3-1; Mestepey, 
James R.. 6-3-0-1; Metcalf. Ken. 4-14-2-4; Metz- 
f'er. Don, 3-9-2-1; Mick, Paul E.. 1-3-1-0; Minta. 
John H., 4-12-1-1; Moody, William R., 3-6-2-1; 
Moonevhan. James H.. 7-3-1-1: Moore, Franklin, 
10-5-0-0; Moore. Larrv 2-2-4-0; Moore. Robert, Jr., 
5-8-0-0: Mordica, William A., 4-2-0-0: Morgan, 
Richard, 0-3-3-0: Morris. Jerry. 4-0-0-0: Morri-ssey, 
Rockne, 4-4-0-0: Morse, Richard K., 7-8-1-0; 
Moser, Tom. 2-2-1-1: Moss. Howard A.. 3-1-1-0; 
Mulliken. David K.. 3-0-1-0; Murray. Thomas. 
11-7-1-0; 

Nallev. Donald M.. 0-1-0-1; Neal, Gene, 
,R. 7-0-0- Nickell. Carl Duane. 1-1-0-0; Nolan, Mich- 
:'p1 Bruce, 3-5-2-0- Noland Douglas, 6-4-1-1; Nord, 
Bertrand J.. 1-11-1-2: Norwood, Donald V., 
3-2-1-0; Nowood. Thomas R. 2-7-2-0; 

Oldham. B°n Richard. 8-11-0-1; Omer, Harold 
G.. 5-10-1-0: O'Nan Norman, 2-3-2-0: Orem. Dale 
Linton. 6-9-1-0: Osborne. Ted G., 2-5-1-1; Osting, 
James E., II, 1-6-0-0; 

Pace, Donald. 5-8-0-1: Pack. Keith, 3-1-0-0 
Padgett, R. K. 2-1-2-0; Page. James N.. 0-1-0-0 
Pardue, Israel L.. 2-7-1-1; Parker. Bob L.. 11-3-0-1 
Parker. Francis V.. 8-3-0-2; Parsley, Clyde E., 
5-6-0-2: Pate. Lloyd W., 7-2-0-0; Patter.son, Wil- 
liam C. 1-7-2-2; Paxton, Gary R.. 2-8-0-0; Peeno, 
Harry R.. 6-3-0-3; Pegausch. William E.. 4-4-0-0; 
Perkins. Ronnie L.. 5-13-3-0; Perry, Alfred H., 
1-0-1-0: Phipp.s, James M., 0-3-2-2; Pietrowski, 
Paul. 3-0-1-0: Pinson, Eugene, 2-7-1-0; Pittman, 
Spencer, 2-1-0-0: Poole, William F.. 0-1-0-0; Porco, 
Kenneth John, 7-15-0-0; Porter. Clarence. 1-0-0-0; 
Powell. Logan G.. 1-2-2-1; Powers. Clark V., 
2-2-1-0; Powers, Elmer, 4-6-2-0; Pugh, Roy D„ 
3-5-1-0; 

Quehl, Harry, 3-1-1-3; 

Ramey, Roy, 1-0-0-0; Rapp, Lowell D., 
0-1-0-0; Rapp, William C, 2-6-0-0; Raque, Ronald, 



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2-9-4-0; Rascoe, Robert B. 0-3-2-0; Ray. Bob. 
3-12-1-0; Ray, Shirley G., 0-3-0-1; Read. Freder- 
ick K., 3-1-i-O; Reddington. Jim. 0-9-1-1; Reece. 
Jerrv T,. 4-7-1-1; Reed, Gordon. 6-2-1-1; Renfro. 
James H., 7-2-0-0; Rhodes. Cecil. 0-2-3-2; Riggs, 

C. Dennis. 4-11-2-0; Ring. Bill. 5-9-1-2; Robbins. 
Bob, 2-0-0-0; Roberts. James E., 2-1-2-1; Robinson, 

D, Blake. 3-2-0-0; Robinson. Don L., 2-0-0-0; Rod- 
gers, Tom H., 10-2-0-0; Rogers, Eldridge, 4-4-0-1; 
Roeckers, Bernie, 3-0-0-0; Rolph, Harold J,, 
0-1-0-0; Rosen, William H., 0-3-0-0; Rouse, Don- 
ald J.. Jr., 3-5-1-0; Rupp, Larry D.. 2-0-0-0; Rus- 
sell. Gary E. 3-7-0-1; Russman. Godfrey F.. Jr.. 
6-11-4-0; 

Sammons. Terry L., 0-8-4-2; Sanders. Mel, 
3-7-1-0; Sapp. Edward. 4-9-3-1; Satterly. Grant. 
2-2-0-0; Saturley. Randall. 1-5-1-0; Saylors. Carlee. 
3-4-0-2; Schmidt. Henry R.. 1-7-1-0; Schmitt. 
Nicholas G.. 0-1-0-0; Schmitt, Paul E, 6-7-3-1; 
Schuble. Charles E., 4-8-4-3; Schwetschenau, Paul 
J., 2-0-0-0; Scott, W. L.. 4-4-4-1; Seavers, Joe, 
4-2-0-0; Selvy, Curt, 7-8-2-1; Shanks, Thomas E., 
3-10-4-0; Sharp, Ronnie, 0-3-0-0; Shaughnessy, 
Bernard, 1-3-0-1; Shelton, Donald Ralph, 5-3-0-1; 
Shewmaker, Wayne, 5-2-0-0; Showalter, John 
0-1-0-0; Simms, Clarence E.. 4-7-1-1: Simpson, 
Olando J . 0-0-1-0; Sizemore, Aster, 4-2-0-0; Sligh. 
Jim, 4-6-1-0; Sloan, Wallace 6-7-3-0; Slone Earl 
Dean, 3-6-3-2; Small David E.. 2-4-0-0; Smith, 
William E., 3-1-1-0; Snyder, Bernard L., 0-1-0-0; 
South. Stanley P.. 3-9-0-0; Spath. William J.. 
1-8-1-1; Spaulding. Johnny R.. 2-4-3-2; Stanley, 
Jerry. 5-11-0-1; Stark. Dennis W.. 0-1-0-0; Star- 
ling. Edward. 1-0-0-0: Staten. Joseph B.. 5-9-3-3; 
Stephenson, Harry S. 1-6-0-1; Stevens. William 
D.. 3-9-2-0; Strain. Richard P., 3-5-3-1; Streible, 
Ronnie D.. 5-5-0-0; Stumbo, Jack. 1-2-0-1; Suc- 
ietto. Dick, 1-0-0-0; Sullivan, A. G.. 6-2-1-0; 
Swarts, Joseph. 3-3-1-0: Swartz. Larry G.. 3-1-2-2; 
Swinford. John. 4-4-1-0; 

Talbot. William G.. III. 7-3-0-0; Taylor. 
Charles G.. 2-2-0-0; Taylor, Dennis H., 5-1-0-0; 
Taylor. James R., 1-5-0-1; Thomas. Raymond E., 
6-5-0-0; Thompson. Jack. 1-8-0-1; Thompson. 
Thomas D.. 7-6-1-2: Timmering. George E.. 6-6-3-1; 
Treas. Joe W.. 6-4-0-0; Treibly. Charles E.. 0-6-1-1; 
Trimer. Norman E.. 2-2-1-0: Tromblev. Norman 
J.. Jr.. 1-1-0-0; Turner. Charles W.. 1-0-0-0; Tye. 
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Basketball Questions 



These inlerpretalicns of the rules of the National 
Basketball Committee of the United Slates and Canada do 
not set aside or modify any rule. The rulings are made 
by the National Federation of State High School Associa- 
tions i.n response to situations presented. 

22. Play: A coach, bench manager, player, 
squad member, substitute, or other team bench 
Dersonnel is charged with his 3rd technical foul: 
or (b) Al flagrantly fouls Bl. 

Ruling: In (a) the person charged with his 3rd 
technical foul is removed, by rule, from the vicini- 
ty of the court. This applies whether the offender 
is a coach, a player, a squad member, a substitute, 
a team manager, or other bench personnel. The of- 
ficial has no option and may not set aside the 
provision which requires removal from the vicinity 
of the court. In (b) the flagrant personal foul dis- 
qualifies A from further participation in the con- 
test, but in ordinary circumstances, the offender 
would not be required to leave the vicinity of the 
court. However, in an unusual situation, an official 
has the authority to require that a person who has 
committed a flagrant technical foul must leave 
the vicinity of the court. Such banishment is 
necessary, when permitting a disqualified player 
to remain at courtside would tend to incite the 
crowd, to incite the opponents, or to subject the 
officials, opponents, or others administering the 
game, to unsportsmanlike harassment. In such cir- 
cumstances, the official should require the player 
who has committed a flagrant foul to leave the vi- 
cinity of the court. It must be emphasized that an 
official does have this authority, when the circum- 
stances resulting from any flagrant foul warrant 
the banishment. 

23. Pla.v: A3 is attempting to make a throw- 
in. He holds the ball through the plane of the end 
line. B3 grabs the ball and dribbles away for a 
lay-up and scores a field goal. 

Ruling: A3 violates when he holds the ball 
tlirough the plane of the end line on a throw-in. 
the violation prevents the ball from becoming 
alive. B3 has grabbed a dead ball. The ball will be 
awarded to team B for a throw-in at the spot of 
the violation. 

24. Play: At the end of a dribble. Al passes 
to A2 and -A.1 charges into Bl: (a) simultaneously 
while making the pass; or (b) while the ball is 
clearly in flight; or (c) after the ball is touched by 
A2 and is roUing on the floor. 

Ruling: Al is charged with a foul in (a), (b), 
and (c). In (a), there is doubt as to whether Al 
had control at the time he charged. This is in- 
terpreted to be a player control foul. No free 
throw is awarded and the ball is put in play by 
team B from out of bounds at the spot nearest the 
foul. It is not a player control foul in (b) and (c) 
and Bl is awarded the proper number of free 
throws. 

25. Play: Team A has used its 5 permissible 
charged time-outs. During the 4th quarter. Al is 
injured seriously enough that he cannot be re- 
moved from the floor during the 1 and '-j minute 
period allowed for substitution. 

Ruling: Team A is charged with a 6th time- 
nut, and a technical foul is assessed even though 
the time-out is required by the injury. In the case 
of the injured player, only 1 time-out is charged, 
even though it takes several minutes to have him 
removed from the court and replaced. 

26. Play: B3 breaks the plane of the free 
throw lane line with his foot during the free throw 
attempt of A3. The attempted free throw of A3 
misses the rim. 



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Ruling: Double violation. Play is resumed by 
a jump ball between any two opponents at the 
nearer free throw line. 

27. Play;The offensive man is standing still. 
May a defensive man move up close behind him, 
regardless of where the offensive man is standing? 

Ruling: Yes. The defensive man (guard) may 
be as close as he desires to the offensive man, 
short of contact. Any member of the team with 
the ball (offensive man) can expect to be closely 
guarded, free throw situations excepted. 

28. Play: Bl secures possession of a rebound 
from A's basket. Bl is in the front court of A (in 
other words, the back court of B). Bl attempts a 
long pass down the court to his teammate, B2. A2, 
standing in his front court close to the division 
line, leaps high in the air and intercepts a pass 
of Bl and then returns to the court, in the back 
court of team A with the ball in his control. 

Ruling: A2 has caused the ball to go from the 
front court to the back court, and, therefore, has 
committed a floor violation. The t)all is awarded 
to a nearby opponent for a throw-in at the out of 
bounds spot nearest the violation. 

29. Play: Al strikes A2 during a live ball. 
Ruhng: Even though this were to occur when 

the ball is alive, it is not a personal foul because 
opponents are not involved. Whether the officials 
would ignore the fact or whether Al would be 
charged with unsportsmanlike conduct would de- 
pend upon the circumstances. Ordinarily unsports- 
manlike actions are directed against an official or 
an opponent. Since opponents are not involved, it 
is auite likely the striking would be ignored, ex- 
cept in unusual circumstances where the spectators 
would be incited or the incident would provoke a 
delay of the game. 

Comment: Unsportsmanlike tactics, in general, 
involve relationships between opponents, between 
the players and officials, between the spectators 
and officials, between the players and spectators, 
and between the coaches and spectators, and 
coaches and officials. In most situations, it does 
not apply to the relationship of a player to his 
teammates, nor to the coach and members of his 
team. However, these standards are not without 
exception. For example, profanity on the part of a 
participant, coach, or member of the squad is con- 
sidered to be an unsportsmanlike act, whether or 
not the profanity is directed at any individual or 
merely is a means of "letting off steam." 

30. Play: Player Bl takes a position 10 feet 
behind his stationary opponent, Al. Player Al 
then closes this gap by backing to within a few 
inces of player Bl. (Player Bl did not move, but 
merely held his position.) Contact results when Al 
makes normal body movement. 

Ruling: Since player Bl did not move he is 
entitled to his spot on the floor. If there is more 
than incidental contact, Al has committed a foul. 

31. Play: Dribbler Al is moving parallel 
with an end line. Bl attempts to force him out of 
bounds by making slight contact as he moves 
with him. 

Ruling: Personal foul by Bl. 

32. Play: Al is in the act of rising from the 
floro and has started his arm motion for a try 
when Bl pushes him. Al follows through with his 
arm motion and stuffs the ball forcefully through 
the basket. 

Ruling: No basket. Al is assessed a technical 
foul. Al is awarded 2 free throws and team B is 
.iivarded 1 free throw. Ball is then put in play by 
a jump at center. 



33. Play: While the ball is alive and the clock 
is running: (a) the coach of team A stands up to 
attract the attention of player Al who is on the 
court and the coach then gives Al directions; or 
(b) following an unusually fine effort by A2, in 
which A2 scores, or secures control of the ball 
from Bl, the coach, along with the rest of the 
bench personnel, spontaneously rises from the 
bench and cheers. The coach and squad im- 
mediately and without leaving the bench area re- 
turn to their seats. 

Ruling: In (a) it is a technical foul on the 
coach. In(b) the spontaneous reaction of rising 
because of an outstanding play by a member of 
his team, after which the coach immediately re- 
turned to the seat on the bench, is not in conflict 
with the spirit and intention of the rule, and the 
spontaneous reaction in the specified situation is 
ignored. 

34. Play: The ball has been placed at the 
disposal of Al for the purpose of attempting a free 
throw. Al then walks out of the free throw circle 
boundary at the side or rear, without breaking 
the plane of the free throw line, in either case. Al 
confers with a teammate, after which he returns 
to the free throw circle. 

Ruling: Violation. 

35. Play: Al is in the act of trying for a field 
goal. Bl pushes Al after the ball has left the hand 
of Al and the attempt is successful. Is Al awarded 
the 1 and 1 bonus throw even though the foul was 
neither intentional nor flagrant? 

Ruling: If the bonus rule was in effect, Al 
would be awarded a bonus try if his first free 
throw attempt was successful. 

36. Play: While Al is dribbhng he: (a) ac- 
cidentally strikes the ball with his leg and then 
continues the dribble; or (b) muffs the ball as he 
attempts to catch it and then recovers it; or (c) 
peimits the ball to bounce several times before 
touching it again. A2 commits a personal foul 
during (a), (b), or (c). 

Ruling: Since in each of these situations there 
is a possibility of reasonable doubt as to whether 
there is player control, the foul must be ruled 
as a player control .foul. 



FOOTBALL RULES COMMITTEE 

(Continued from Page One) 

section, or at each end of the crossbar perpendicu- 
lar to the ground v/hen a single pedestal post is 
used. The crossbar shall be 23'4" long, and the 
distance between the outside edges of the up- 
rights above the crossbar shall not exceed 24'. 

1-2-8: The horizontal crossbar and the uprights 
above the crossbar shall be free from any decora- 
tive material. 

2-1-2: A ball in player possession is a ball held 
or controlled by a player after it has been handed 
or snapped to him, or which he has caught or re- 
covered. 

2-3-1: A catch is the act of establishing player 
possession of a live ball in flight. A catch of an 
opponent's fumble or pass is an interception. Se- 
curing possession of a live ball after it strikes the 
ground is a recovery. If a player attempts a catch, 
interception, or recovery while he is in the air, 
the ball must be in his possession when he first 
leturns to the ground inbounds. 



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KHSAA AREA BASEBALL REPRESENTATIVES 

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Pictured above are nineteen baseball area representatives who are currently assisting the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association in conducting the 1971 clinics for officials and coaches. They are 
(Left to Right) Front Row-James Johnson, Frankfort, Jerry Kimmel, Beechmont; Curtis Gaines, Hen- 
derson; Bunny Davis, Danville; James Mooneyhan, Franklin; Don Hardin, Morehead. Second Row-James 
Kidwell, Covington; Dale Griffith, Ashland; Eldridge Rogers, Hopkinsville; Carroll Elliott, Elizabeth- 
town; Sonny Hubbs, Paducah; Shelby Winfrey, Campbellsville. Third Row-Richard Morgan, London; 
Kenneth Ashley, Science Hill; Robert Daniels, Van Lear; Al Giordano, Princeton; Roy Cline, Louis- 
ville; Bill Ring, Lexington; Buddy Roe, Isom. (Area Representatives W. P. Russell, Murray, and Ed Eyl, 
Louisville, were not present.) 



2-3-2: A fair catch is a catch, beyond K's line 
between the goal lines, of any kick by a receiver 
under conditions in which the receiver forfeits his 
right to advance the ball in return for protection 
against being blocked or tackled by an opponent. 

2-3-5: A simultaneous catch or recovery is a 
catch or recovery in which there is joint control 
of a live ball by opposing players inbounds. 

2-28: Spearing is deliberately and maliciously 
driving the helmet into a runner who is down, or 
who is held so that he is going down, or who is 
held so that his forward progress is stopped. 

3-1-2: A period or periods may be shortened 
in any emergency by agreement of the opposing 
captains and the referee. By mutual agreement of 
the apposing captains and the referee, any remain- 
ing period or periods may be shortened at any 
time. 

3-1-4: When weather conditions are construed 
to be hazardous to life or limb of the participants, 
the crew of officials is authorized to suspend the 
game. 

4-2-2g: (The ball becomes dead and the down 
is ended:) g. Following a valid fair catch signal 
when the kick is caught or recovered between the 
goal lines by any receiver beyond K's line (unless 



the kick has been touched by one of the kickers 
beyond the line): 

9-1-3: A player on defense may use unlocked 
hand, hands, or arms to ward off an opponent who 
is blocking or attempting to block him, or push 
or pull him out of the way in an actual attempt to 
get at the runner or a loose ball. In no other case 
shall he grasp, hold, pull, or push an opponent 
other than a runner. No defensive player may add 
momentum to the charge of a teammate who is on 
the line of scrimmage by pushing (shoving) him. 
When a player on defense uses a hand or arm, the 
hand must he in advance of the elbow at the time 
of contact. 

9-3-li: (Examples of unsportsmanlike conduct 
are:) i. Whenever the ball becomes dead in the 
possession of a player for him to intentionally 
kick it, spike it into the ground, or throw it high 
in the air, or from the field of play, or fail to place 
the ball on the ground, or fail to return it to a 
nearby official immediately. 

9-6-lb: (Unsportsmanlike conduct includes 
acts or conduct such as:) b. Holding conferences 
between a coach or coaches and a player or players 
unless during a charged time-out or the intermis- 
sion between periods, the conference is on the 
field within 5 yards of the sideline and directly in 
front of the team box when one coach from each 



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team may confer with one of his players; or 

10-2-4: When a dead ball foul follows a down 
during which there was a double foul, the penalty 
for the dead ball foul will be separately admin- 
istered. 

SIGNALS: 

The Committee accepted a procedure for desig- 
nating a dead ball foul. This will not necessitate 
the development of a new signal but rather will 
be a combination of signals currently in use. In 
order to designate a dead ball foul, the referee 
will use the dead ball signal preceding and follow- 
ing his signal to indicate the type of foul. Thus, if 
clipping occurs during a dead ball period, the 
referee will give Signal A, followed by Signal 6, 
followed by Signal A. 

CASE BOOK SITUATION: 

Interpretations for several listed situations 
were reviewed and revised. These will be included 
in the 1971 edition of the Case Book. Since the 
Case Boolt is a supplement to the Rules Book, the 
information contained therein is officially adopted 
by the Committee. 

1. QUARTERBACK: Play 230F will be re- 
vised to indicate that the action of the quarterback 
in liftmg his heel to start a teammate in motion 
does not constitute a false start. 

2. A DEAD BALL FOUL: Case Book Situa- 
tion 300A will be revised to clarify procedure to 
be followed in administering the penalty for a 
dead ball foul which follows a down in which 
there was a double foul. 

3. SPEARING: Several play situations will 
be developed to call attention to the new definition 
of spearing and applying it to specific circum- 
stances. 



POINTS OF SPECIAL EMPHASIS: 
Each year, the National Alliance Rules Com- 
mittee specifies certain areas which are to be given 
special attention by all those responsible for teach- 
ing football rules. The 1971 Committee was no 
exception. Two items have been specifically desig- 
nated to be placed in this category for this year. 

1. BUTT BLOCKING: A complete descrip- 
tion of action termed and designated as butt block- 
ing will be developed and examples explained in 
light of the possibihty of injury which may occur. 
It is possible that a new term may be devised to 
describe this action and combine it with stick 
blocking, face blocking, etc. 

2. ILLEGAL USE OF HANDS: The National 
Alliance Code clearly differentiates between legal 
and illegal use of the hands, both by offense and 
defense. Acts other than those which are legal are 
properly described as fouls, and penalties are pro- 
vided. Tlie machinery for eliminating certain types 
of illegal use of the hands is available for officials 
to use. The fact that it is not used to the extent 
that it should be is the fault of the officials. The 
purpose of Points of Emphasis will be to call at- 
tention to this in a positive way so that officials 
will act more quickly in penalizing illegal use of 
hands. 

GENERAL: 

Editorial changes in the Rules Book, Case 
Book, Handbook, and the Rules Simplified and 
Illustrated to correlate rules and sections were 
authorized by committee action. The Editorial 
Committee was directed to revise the present 
language in order to increase understanding with- 
out changing the intent of the rules sections 
wherevei- feasible. 



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Official Organ of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



MARCH 1971 




Modern Ides of March 



The gym lighls gleam like a beacon beam 
And a million motors hum 

In a good will flight on a Friday night; 
For basketball beckons, "Come!" 



A sharp-shooting mite is king tonight. 

The Madness of March is running. 
The winged feet fly, the ball sails high 

And field goal hunters are gunning. 



The colors clash as silk suits flash 
And race on a shimmering floor. 

Repressions die, and partisans vie 
In a goal acclaiming roar. 



On Championship Trail toward a holy grail. 
All fans are birds of a feather. 

It's fiesta night and cares lie light 
When the air is full of leather. 



Since time began, the instincts of man 
Prove cave and current men kin. 

On tournament night the sage and the wight 
Are relatives under the skin. 



It's festival time, — sans reason or rhyme 
But with nationwide appeal. 

In a world of hate, our ship of state 
Rides high on an even keel. 



With war nerves tense, the final defense 
Is the courage, strength and will 

In a million lives where freedom thrives 
And liberty lingers still. 



Let commies clash and empires crash 
'Neath the wreck of a victory arch! 

Let our boys tread where hate is dead, — 
In this happy Madness of March! 

— H. V. Porter. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXTII— NO. 8 



MARCH, 197 



Sl.OO Per Year 



I BELIEVE IN YOU 

by James Jeffrey, Executive Director 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

EDITOR'S NOTE: James Jeffrey made Ihe following 
presentaion to Ihe Lawrence, Kansas High School 
assembly iji April, 1970. It expresses in Mr. Jeffrey's 
inimitable style a philosophy iwhich everyone \who is 
involved v?ith students through academics, activities, or 
athletics must have. 

What would you say is the greatest compli- 
ment that you have ever received: Would you 
think life's highest praise would be terms like 
you're the most beautiful or most handsome? 
You're the greatest athlete or intellect? I think 
the greatest compliment that a person can be- 
stow upon another human being is to say sin- 
cerely, "I Believe In You!" To place one's faith 
in another is to transfer part of one's life to that 
person! Why? Because faith is the foundation of 
all reality; it is the bedrock of life. All knowl- 
edge, religion, philosophy, and science is ulti- 
mately grounded upon some kind of faith! With- 
out faith governments fall, banks close, teams 
lose, and people commit suicide! With faith the 
weak became strong, the ignorant become learn- 
ed, the failures succeed, and mankind rises to 
new heights. 

I want to pass to you, the youth of America, 
the gre=»test comphment I know. I want to say 
with all the sincerity of my being that I Believe 
In You! This is not cheap easy flattery, for flat- 
tery insults. I say this out of years of working 
with thousands of young athletes throughout 
America. In fact I Believe In You so much that 
I have given my life, twenty-four hours of every 
day to serve, challenge, and motivate the youth 
of America. In reality I have bet my life on you. 
In the six and a half years that I have worked 
as Executive Director of the Fellowship of Chris- 
tian Athletes, I would estimate that I have ap- 
peared before hunderds of thousands of the fin- 
est high school, college, and professional athletes 
from all over the United States. I have talked 
personally to multitudes of them. In addition to 
these athletes. I have spoken to or worked with 
students in public and private schools who were 
not athletes. Based upon experience and acknowl- 
edging that some youth like some adults are bad, 
I still have to say, "I Believe In You!" 

Why do I believe in the youth of America 
when so many adults seem to have given it up 
as hopeless or "gone to the dogs"? Let me try 
to tell you why. 

First, I believe in youth because of its spirit 
of enthusiasm. I have seen young people by the 
thousands become enthusiastic for the good and 
the wholesome. We often only see or hear the 
news about the small minority which catches at- 
tention by doing the unusual. But keep in mind 
that news is by its very nature the unusual! If 
it were the usual, it would not be news. A small 
percentage of America's young people may span 
the spectrum from draft card burning to parad- 



ing in the nude, from school house burning to 
sex perversion, from shooting acid to rioting in 
the streets, but I happen to know that the great 
majority of America's youth do not engage in 
these activities. I have seen thousands find their 
thrills and get their kicks from wholesome ath- 
letic competition and good clean fun. 

I truly beUeve we can capture the spirit of 
adventure and enthusiasm so innate to youth and 
channel it for constructive rather than destruc- 
tive ends. And if we will do this, the future of 
our land is as bright as the promises of God. 

Our problems are great; our times filled with 
tension; there is so much hatred where there 
ought to be love, that we must enlist the enorm- 
ous energy released by enthusiasm if we are to 
improve our world. Ralph Waldo Emerson once 
said: "Every gi-eat and commanding movement 
in the annals of the world is the triumph of en- 
thusiasm . . . nothing great was ever achieved 
without it." The young people of America have 
enthusiasm, and I for one dare to believe that it 
can be challenged to bless and not to blight man- 
kind. Their great energy can be the hope of the 
world . . . for the word "enthusiasm" actually 
comes from two Greek words meaning "in" and 
"God" or "God in us". Enthusiasm then is basi- 
cally a spiritual or religious quality, rooted and 
grounded in faith! True lasting, constructive en- 
thusiasm must come from God Almighty, the 
Creator of all things. 

Another reason why I believe in youth is 
its idealism. This seems to be just about as in- 
nate as their enthusiasm. They want a challenge' 
They like a dare! They dream for the perfect and 
hope for the best. They are impatient for the bet- 
ter! All these qualities are necessary and right 
if we are to improve life. However, in youthful 
idealism, many can be unrealistic and become 
disillusioned. Then bitterness and rebellion set in! 
But idealism does not have to be blindly unreal- 
istic. It can set a high goal and inspire one to 
achieve it! 

The desire to be and to do the best is a special 
quality about great athletes. Without strong mo- 
tivations one does not become a world cham- 
pion. I know of men who have overcome handi- 
caps to become champions. 

One such person is Raymond Berry, the for- 
mer all-pro receiver for the Baltimore Colts. Ray- 
mond had some handicaps. He was not blessed 
with great speed. His eyes were weak, one leg 
was shorter than the other. Yet with real deter- 
mination and dedication Raymond Berry, while 
playing with the Colts distinguished himself as 
the greatest pass receiver in the history of pro- 
fessional football. 

Idealism does not deny problems ... it ad- 
mits them but believes there is hope and is will- 
ing to work to correct them. Idealism becomes un- 
realistic if it denies the reality of problems or if 
it offers naive, over-simplified solutions. 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1971 



VOL. XXXIII — NO. 8 MARCH, 1971 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

AMlatant Editor J. B. MANSFIELD 

AMlstant Editor _ .. BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President Don Davis (1967-1971), Fort Thomas 

VlcaJresldent W. H. Crowdus (1968.1971), FrankUn 

Directors— J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974). VaUey StaUon; 
Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek; James T. Dotson 
(1888-1972), Pikevllle; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973). Frankfort; 
Rlciiard Vincent (1969-1973), Morganfleld; Roy L. Win- 
chester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

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REPORTS NOW DUE 

1. 1970-71 Basketball Participation List 

2. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Spring Meets 

Tentative dates have been set for the various 
spring meets and tournaments in rifle marks- 
manship, baseball, track, golf and tennis. They are 
as follows: 

April 24, State Rifle Championship 

May 10, regional golf tournEiments (sites given 
below) 

May 15, regional track meets (sites given in the 
February issue of the ATHLETE) 

May 18-19, state golf tournaments 

May 18-21, district baseball tournaments (sites 
given below) 

May 22, state track meets 

May 25-26, Boys' Individual State Golf Tourna- 
ment 

May 27-29, regional baseball tournaments (sites 
given below) 

June 4-5, regional tennis tournaments (sites 
given below) 

June 8-10, State Baseball Tournament 

June 11-12, State Tennis Tournament 



Attention, Principals! 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 
29-3, head baseball coaches and registered baseball 
officials are required to attend at least one rules 
interpretation clinic. Baseball coaches, more than 
any other group percentage wise, have been care- 
less in attending the first clinics conducted by 
K.H.S.A.A. area baseball representatives, making 
it necessary for additional make-up clinics to be 
held. In a few instances there has been no com- 
pliance with By-Law 29-3, this violation of the 
rule resulting in warnings being issued to the 
schools involved. 

The schedule for the baseball clinics is given 
below. Principals of member schools sponsoring 
baseball teams should not allow their teams to 
begin their 1971 schedules unless there has been 
compliance with the rule mentioned. 



Clinic Schedule 

March 21, Dunett High School, 2:00 P.M. 

March 22, 7:00 P.M. 
Mayfield H. S. Transylvania College 

Hopkinsville Community Shelby County H. S. 
(College Washington County H. S. 

Crittenden County H. S.Somerset H. S. 
Henderson County H. S.Laurel County H. S. 
Hughes-Kirk H. S. Whitesburg H. S. 

Bowling Green (Res. Hill) Johnson Central H. S. 
EUzabethtown H. S. Rowan County H. S. 
Campbellsville H. S. 
Durrett H. S. 

March 23, 7:00 P.M. 
Brazelton Junior H. S.Ashland Com. CoU-ige 
Beechwood H. S. 



March 24, 
Murray H. S. 
Brazelton Jr. H. S. 
RusseUviUe H. S. 
Madisonville H. S. 
Owensboro H. S. 
Ohio County H. S. 
Frankhn-Simpson H. S. 
Elizabethtown H. S. 
Metcalfe County H. S. 
Southern H. S. 
March 25, Ashland Com. 



7:00 P.M. 

Montgomery County H.S. 
Frankfort City Hall 
Boyle County H. S. 
Somerset H. S. 
Clay County H. S. 
Maysville H. S. 
Hazard H. S. 
Pikeville H. S. 
Rowan County H. S. 

College, 7:00 P.M. 



BASEBALL 
Paducah Region 

Ft. Campbell District — Christian County, 
Dawson Springs, Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, 
Trigg County 

Murray District — Benton, Calloway County, 
Murray, North Marshall, South Marshall 

Paducah District — ■ Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary 

Mayfield District — Cuba, Farmington, Lowes, 
Mayfield, Wingo 

Caldwell County District — Caldwell County, 
Crittenden County, Fredonia, Livingston Central, 
Lyon County 

"Carlisle County District — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County. Fulton County, Hickman County 
Owensboro Region 

Henderson District — Henderson, Henderson 
County, Providence, Union County, Webster 
County 

Daviess County District — Daviess County, 
Livermore, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Tri- 
nity (Whitesville) 

Madisonville District — Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, Sacramento, South Hopkins, West Hop- 
kins 

Hughes-Kirk District — Bremen, Central City, 
Drakesboro, Graham, Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, 
Muhlenburg Central 

Leitchfield District — Butler County, Caney- 
ville, Clarkson, Edmonson County, Leitchfield 

Breckinridge County District • — Breckinridge 
County, Frederick Fraize, Hancock County, Ohio 
County 

Bowling Green Region 

Bowling Green District — Bowling Green, 
Franklin-Simpson, Warren Central, Warren East 

Russellville District — Adairville, Auburn, 
Chandlers Chapel, Lewisburg, Olmstead, Russell- 
ville, Todd Central 

Glasgow District — AUen County, Austin Tracy, 
Glasgow, Hiseville, Park City, Scottsville, Temple 
Hill 



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Tompkinsville District — Clinton County, 
Gamaliel, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 

Greenshurg District — Caverna, Greensburg, 
Hart County, LaRue County 

North Hardin District — East Hardin, Eliza- 
bethtown. Fort Knox, Meade County, North 
Hardin, West Hardin 

Campbellsville District — Adair County, Camp- 
bellsville, Marion County. Taylor County 

Bardstovvn District — Bardstown, Bullitt Cen- 
tral, Nelson Count3', Washington County 
Jefferson County Region 

Pleasure Ridge Park District — Bishop David, 
Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, Western 

Flaget District — Central, Flaget, Shawnee 

Fairdale District — Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, 
Valley 

Southern District — DeSales, Iroquois, Southern, 
Thomas Jefferson 

St. Xavier District — Ahrens, duPont Manual, 
Louisville Male, St. Xavier 

Trinity District — Atherton, Louisville Country 
Day, Seneca, Trinity 

Jeffersontown District — Durrett, Fern Creek. 
Jeffersontown. Marion C. Moore 

Westport District — Ballard, Eastern, Kentucky 
Military Institute, Waggener. Westport 
Newport Region 

Lloyd Memorial District — Boone County, Dixie 
Heights, Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, Simon 
Kenton 

Holy Cross District • — Beechwood, Covington, 
Ci'tholic, Covington Latin, Holmes, Holy Cross, 
Ludlow 

Silver Grove District — Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Highlands. St. Thomas, Silver 
Grove 

Eminence District — Carroll County, Eminence, 
Gallatin County, Henry County, Trimble County 

Grant County District — Grant County, Owen 
County, Pendleton, Williamstown 

Newport District — Bellevue. Dayton. Newport. 
Newport Catholic 

Lewis County District — Augusta, Deming, 
Fleming County. Lewis County. Mason County. 
Maysville. St. Patrick, Tollesboro 
Lexington Region 

Shelby County District — Oldham County, 
Shelby County. Shelbyville, Taylorsville 

Frankfort District — Frankfort, Franklin Coun- 
ty, Georgetown, Scott County 

Harrodsburg District — Anderson, Harrodsburg, 
Mercer, Woodford County 

Harrison County District — Bourbon County, 
Harrison County, Millersburg MiUtary Institute. 
Nicholas County, Paris 

Lexington District — Bryan Station, Henry 
Clay, Lafayette. Lexington Catholic. Sayre. Tales 
Creek 

Boyle County District — • Boyle County, Dan- 
ville. Garrard County. Kentucky School for the 
Deaf. Memorial 

Richmond District — Berea Community, Estill 
County, Irvine, Madison, Madison Central, Model 

Casey County District • — Casey County, Huston- 
ville, McKinney, Stanford 

London Region 

Somerset District — Burnside, Mt. Vernon, 
Pula.ski, Somerset 

Russell County District — McCreary County, 
Monticello, Pine Knot, Russell County 

Laurel County District — Clay County, Jackson 
County, Laurel County, Oneida Institute 



In Memoriam 




Elmo C. Head 

Elmo C. Head, 53, president of the Farmers 
and Traders Bank of Shelbyville and a former 
University of Kentucky basketball player, died of 
a heart attack at his home in Shelbyville on Jan- 
uary 8. 

A native of Stamping Ground, Elmo Head was 
graduated from the University of Kentucky in 
1938. He served as principal and basketball coach 
at the Irvine High School from 1938 to 1942. He 
was principal and coach at the Shelbyville High 
School during the 1943-1959 period, later serving 
for ten years on the Shelby County Board of 
Education. 

During World War II Mr. Head served in a 
special athletic unit of the Marine Corps, in 1945 
being voted the outstanding athlete on the West 
Coast while playing basketball with the Marines 
He was a former Commissioner of the Kentucky 
Interscholastic Athletic Conference. For many 
years he was the head statistician for the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association at the 
State High School Basketball Tournament. 

Mr. Head was a member of the First Christian 
Church at Shelbyville. His survivors are his wife. 
Mrs. Thelma Renfro Head; two sons, Elmo Head, 
Jr., Fort Campbell and Randy Head, Shelbyville; 
and a brother, James E. Head, Lexington. 



Lee County District — Hazel Green Academy, 
Lee County, Powell County, Wolfe County 

James A. Cawood District — Cumberland, 
Harlan, James A. Cawood, Lynch 

Middlesboro District — Barbourville. Bell 
County, Corbin, Lone Jack, Middlesboro. Whitley 
County 

Jenkins District — ■ Carr Creek, Fleming-Neon, 
Hindman, Jenkins. Knott County, Letcher, River- 
side Christian. Whitesburg 

Hazard District — Buckhorn, Combs Memorial, 
Hazard, Leatherwood, Leslie County, M. C. Napier 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1971 



Morehead Region 

Elkhorn City District — Belfry, Elkhorn City, 
Feds Creek, Johns Creek. Phelps 

Pikeville District — Dorton, Millard, Pikeville, 
Virgie 

McDowell District — McDowell, Martin, Pres- 
tonsburg, Wayland, Wheelwriglit 

Paintsville District — Ezel. Johnson Central, 
Morgan County, Paintsville, Warfield 

Ashland District — Boyd County, Catlettsburg, 
Fairview, Holy Family, Louisa, Paul G. Blazer 

McKell District — Greenup, McKell, Raceland, 
Russell, Wurtland 

Morehead District — Breckinridge University, 
Hitchins, 01i\'e Hill, Prichard, Rowan County 

Montgomery County District — Bath County, 
George Rogers Clark, Menifee, Montgomery 
County, Mt. Sterling 

GOLF FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region — Greenville, Henderson 
County, Hopkinsville, Murray, Owensboro 

Bowling Green Region — Bowling Green, Eliza- 
bethtown, Glasgow, Greensburg, North Hardin, 
Scottsville 

Louisville Region — Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Doss, Eastern, Fern Creek Loretto, Sacred 
Heart, Waggener, Westport 

Frankfort Region — Frankfort, Franklin Coun- 
ty, Pinkerton, Shelbyville, Woodford County 

Carroll County Region — Beechwood, Campbell 
County, Carroll County, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Oldham County, Owen County 

Lexington Region — Georgetown, Harrison 
County, Lafayette, Tales Creek 

CorlDin Region — Boyle County, Cumberland, 
Danville, Middleshoro, Stanford 

Ashland Region — Fleming County, Mason 
County, Maysville, Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, 
St. Patrick 

GOLF FOR BOYS 

Princeton Region — Ballard, Caldwell County, 
Christian County, Crittenden County, Fort Camp- 
bell, Fulton. Fulton County, Hickman County, 
Hopkinsville, Mayfield, Murray, North Marshall, 
Paducah, St. Mary 

Owensboro Region — Breckinridge County, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Henderson, Henderson 
County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Provi- 
dence. Union County 

Park City Region — Adair County, Allen 
County, Bowling Green, Bullitt Central, Camp- 
bellsville, Caverna, Edmonson County, Elizabeth- 
town, Fort Knox, Glasgow, Greensburg, Hart 
County, LaRue County, Metcalfe County, North 
Hardin, Park City, Russellville, Scottsville 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Bishop David, 
Butler, DeSales, Doss, Flaget, Iroquois, Marion 
C. Moore, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, South- 
ern, Stuart, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Atherton, Ballard, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Military Institute, Louis- 
ville Country Day, Louisville Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport 

Garrard County Region — Anderson, Bards- 
town, Boyle County, Casey County, Danville, 
Harrodsburg, Irvine, Jessamine County, Marion 
County, Nelson County, Russell County, Stanford, 
Washington County 

Frankfort Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Eminence, Frankfort, Franklin County, 
George Rogers Clark, Georgetown, Harrison 



County, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, 
Mt. Sterling, Oldham County, Paris, Scott County, 
Shelby County, Shelbyville, Tates Creek, Wood- 
ford County 

Carroll County Region — Beechwood, Carroll 
C:unty, Covington Catholic, Covington, Latin 
Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, 
Simon-Kenton, Trimble County 

Campbell County Region — Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Dayton, Fleming County, High- 
lands, Mason County, Maysville, Newport, New- 
port Catholic, Pendelton County, St. Patrick, 
Silver Grove 

London Region — Berea, Burnside, Cumberland, 
Harlan, James A. Cawood, Knox Central, Lee 
County, Lynn Camp, Madison Central, McCreary 
County, Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, Somerset, 
Wayne County, Williamsburg 

Paintsville Region — Boyd County, Elkhorn 
City, Fairview, Hazard, Holy Family, Jenkins 
Johnson Central, McKell, Paintsville, Paul G. 
"lazer. Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Russell, University 
Breckinridge, Wurtland 

R^FLE M2RKSMANSHIP 

TT-izard, Louisville Male, McKell, Millersburg 
Military Institute, Owensboro, Paul G. Blazer, 
L'^npca, Thomas Jefferson. Western (Sinai) 

TENNIS FOR GIRLS 

Murray Region — Henderson, Henderson Coun- 
ty, Hopkinsville, Murray, Owensboro, Paducah 

Glasgow Region — Bowling Green, Campbells- 
ville, Caverna, Elizabethtown, Franklin-Simpson, 
Glasgow, Meade County, Russellville, Tompkins- 
ville 

Louisville Region — Central, Iroquois, Louisville 
Collegiate, Mercy Academy, Ursuline 

West Jefferson Region — Angelia Merici, Butler, 
Doss, Holy Rosary, Loretto 

East Jefferson Region — Assumption, Ballard, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Shelbyville, Waggener, Westport 

Bellevue Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, Camp- 
bell County, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Georgetown, Henry Clay, Pin- 
kerton, Sayre, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Danville, Lafayette, Midd- 
lesboro, Model, Paul G. Blazer, Somerset, Uni- 
versity Breckinridge 

TENNIS FOR BOYS 

Murray Region — Caldwell Couny, Franklin- 
Simpson, Henderson, Henderson County, Hopkins- 
ville, Madiosnville-North Hopkins, Mayfield, Mur- 
ray, North Marshall, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary 

Bowling Green Region — Adair County, 
Bowling Green, Caverna, Glasgow, Greensburg, 
Russellville, Tompkinsville 

Fort Knox Region — Breckinridge County, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, LaRue County, Meade 
County, Owensboro, Shelbyville 

Louisville Region — Atherton, Central, DeSales, 
duPont Manual, Flaget, Louisville Country Day, 
St. Xavier, Trinity 

West Jefferson Region — Bishop David, Butler, 
Doss, Fairdale, Marion C. Moore, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Southern, Stuart, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Ballard, Durrett, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky 
Military Institute, Seneca, Waggener, Westport 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bryan 



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Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, George 
Rogers Clark, Georgetown, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Millersburg Military Institute, Sayre, Tates Creek, 
Woodford County 

Bellevue Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone 
County, Campbell County, Covington Catholic, 
Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Ludlow, 
Newport, Newport Catholic 

Richmond Region — Berea, Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Harrodsburg, Middlesboro, Model, Mt. 
Sterling, Oneida Institute, Paul G. Blazer, 
Somerset 



AAU National Tournament 

President Lawrence Kuhl of the Laurel County 
Boosters Club states that the Laurel County High 
School gymnasium at London, Kentucky, has been 
selected as the site of the 1971 Basektball Tourna- 
ment finals of the National Amateur Athletic 
Union. The dates are March 26-30. The tournament 
will be managed by Mr. Kuhl. 

Tn a sppcial sports release, Mr. Kuhl writes: 

"We are proud to have been selected by the 
AAU Committee to host the finals of the National 
AAU Basketball Tournament. The Tournament 
will represent the best sixteen (16) Amateur 
Teams throughout the entire United States. 

•■,So"i-^ i-^arns, as well as individuals, will be 
selected from this Tournament for the U. 8. 
Olympic Team tryouts. International Tournaments 
and 'Good Will Tours,' overseas. 

"We hope everyone in Kentucky will support this 
National Event by attending all eight (8) sessions, 
(two games per session). Friday, Saturday, and 
Sunday sessions, March 26, 27, 28, will start at 1:00 
P.M.. and 7:00 P.M. 

Admission will be $1.50 per session at the gate, 
or $8.00 for an advance ticket to all eight sessions 
(a savings of $4.00). Anyone may purchase an ad- 
vance ticket by mailing an $8.00 money order to 
the Laurel County High School." 



Track and Field Today 

TRACK AND FIELD TODAY is the title of a 
motion picture to be produced by Official 
Sports Films, Inc. to illustrate proper techniques 
and procedures of officiating track and field ath- 
letics. It is scheduled for release on July 1, 1971. 
Prints will be distributed through the various state 
high school associations as well as film libraries 
throughout the United States and Canada. 

TRACK AND FIELD TODAY will be produced 
under the sanction and supervision of the 
National Federation of State High School Associa- 
tions and allied groups. This film is the 30th in the 
series of official rules films and the second track 
and field film. It is made possible through the 
sponsorship of Desenex Foot Care Products and 
Wilson Sporting Goods Company. 

TRACK AND FIELD TODAY will be filmed 
during the week of April 5, 1971 in Ontario, 
California. Team personnel will be chosen from 
Chaffey High School in Ontario and will be under 
the direction of Coach Carl Skvarna. To insure the 
authenticity of situations to be illustrated the 
National Federation has selected a technical staff 
consisting of representatives of National Alliance 
Track and Field Rules and Records Committee, as 
well as rules experts of national prominence. Out- 
standing track officials from California will also 
participate in the film. 

TRACK AND FIELD TODAY is intended to 



present guidehnes which will aid the fans 
as well as coaches, officials, and participants 
m better understanding the bases upon which 
judgment decisions are made. It will provide a 
t^^orough examination of the rules and officiating 
procedures. 

TRACK AND FIELD is probably man's oldest 
form of athletic competition, but is no less exciting 
now than it has been for centuries. The thrill of 
winning under fair and equitable circumstances is 
appropriate at any time. Athletic administrators 
acknowledge that without proper officiating it is 
not possible to have equable competition. There- 
fore, the National Federation has authorized the 
production of TRACK AND FIELD TODAY in the 
hope that it will serve to improve this very 
imp'^rtant aspect of sports. 



Letterman Celebrates Birthday 

Wheaton, Illinois — LETTERMAN Magazine 
celebrated its first birthday in February with a 
gift to its readers: monthly publication. 

With publishing offices based in this Chicago 
suburb, LETTERMAN is the only publication 
which is covering high school sports on a nation- 
wide basis. What's more, it is written and edited 
for a prestige audience — high school athletes. 

LETTERMAN is sent free of charge to the 
homes of more than 500,000 high school athletes 
throughout the United States. The potential 
circulation exceeds two million. Publishing costs 
are covered by advertising. 

Paul D. Nyberg, publisher of LETTERMAN, 
launched the idea in 1969. Nyberg, for 11 years 
editor of the Christian Service Brigade pub- 
lication. Venture, envisioned a magazine designed 
for high school athletes while working on his M.A. 
in Journalism at the University of California at 
Berkeley in 1968. 

LETTERMAN began pubUcation in February of 
1970. The first issue featured a cover story on Tom 
McMillen, the controversial eager who prepped in 
Pennsylvania. 

McMillen, measuring 6-11, was the most re- 
cruited prepster in the nation last season. He first 
announced he was attending North Carolina but 
later changed his mind and enrolled at Maryland. 
The October-November issue of LETTERMAN 
featured Orrin Olsen, a senior at Orem High 
School in Utah. Olsen should make a big name in 
football just like his two brothers. Merlin, the 
all-pro veteran with the Los Angeles Rams, and 
Phil a collegiate ail-American last year and the 
No. 1 draft pick of the Boston Patriots. 
In the same edition was a story about the great- 
est prep passing combination in the nation. 
Playing for Bishop Amat High School in 
LaPuente, California, are quarterback Pat Haden 
and split end John McKay, Jr. If the name McKay 
sounds familiar, it should. John's father is head 
football coach at the University of Southern 
California. 

Sports covered by LETTERMAN in its first four 
issues are basketball, football, wrestling, swim- 
ming, track and field, rifle shooting, cross country, 
tennis, baseball, gymnastics, rugby, soccer and 
golf. The February 1971 edition includes articles 
on two lesser-known sports, interscholastic skiing 
and water polo. 

Among the more popular features in LETTER- 
MAN are a question and answer column written 
by a high school coach, special "how-to" features 
■which instruct athletes, training tips and brief 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1971 



notes following the progress of top prep athletes 
all over the country. 

Featured in the February issue were John 
Garrett of Peru, Indiana, and Les Cason of East 
New Rutherford, New Jersey. Both are cagers 
hovering around the sever-foot mark. Both will 
dominate the future college scene. 

LETTERMAN's mailing list has been compiled 
with the help of high school coaches throughout 
the nation who returned roster sheets with names 
and addresses of their athletes. 



KAPOS NEWS 

ATTENTION: 

Principals and Cheerleader Sponsors! 

Is your school a paid-up member of KAPOS? 
If you are, and your school is the winner of your 
region, your cheerleader squad will be eligible 
to compete for the top award: Outstanding Cheer- 
leader Squad in the State Tournament. 

Included in the packet that will be given (by the 
K.H.S.A.A.') to each winner in the regional 
tournament finals will be a letter pertaining to 
cheerleaders. The letter will contain the informa- 
tion concerning the basis of selecting outstanding 
cheerleader squads, and will request that the 
principal send written confirmation that the cheer- 
leaders of his school are being chaperoned by a 
well-qualified, school-approved adult. The name 
on the sponsor should be included in this confirma- 
tion letter. This letter must be in the hands of the 
officially appointed KAPOS Board Member prior 
to the time that your cheerleaders take the floor 
for their first cheer. The KAPOS desk will be 
located in Freedom Hall on the main floor. There 
will always be some one there to take your letter 
and to counsel with you. 

Registration for Cheerleaders 

Please stop by the KAPOS desk in Freedom Hall 
to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up your envelope which contains the 
KAPOS handbook and other tournament in- 
formation. - 

Along with a KAPOS board tnember there will 
be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They cah be'indentified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they 
may seek you or your cheerleaders to be inter- 
viewed by one of the radio commentators. In 
order to make their task easier, we are asking 
that you register your seat, row and section 
number. A possible radio interview is often missed 
because^ the guides can not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room 

May we remind all sponsors and cheerleaders 
that KAPOS has a Hospitality Room, located in 
Freedom Hall. Besides the opportunity to socialize 
with friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help 
with your problems, you can have free refresh- 
ments. Be sure to register when you come to the 
Hospitality Room. 

State-at-Large and State Tournament Champions 

Beginning with the District Tournaments, all 
squads that are paid up members of KAPOS are 
eligible to compete for the honor of representing 
that District in their Region. The winner from 



each Region is eligible to compete for the title of 
Champion-of-the-State-at-Large. 

Judging for the State-at-Large winners will take 
place at 8:30 A.M. on Friday in the Atherton High 
School gymnasium. The school is centrally located 
at 3000 Dundee Road, Louisville. We are grateful 
to the administrators for their generosity in open- 
ing the doors of their school to us for this competi- 
tive event. We trust that they will have no 
cause to fault our behavior. All cheerleaders and 
guests will be expected to be remindful that they 
are guests in the "home" of Atherton School. 
Dressing rooms and corridors should be left in 
impeccable condition. 

It is possible for the winner of the State Tourna- 
ment to be also the winner of the State-at-Large. 
The judging instrument to be used for the State- 
at-Large competition will be identical to the one 
used in the region. The instrument to be used for 
the State Tournament will be enclosed in the 
packet given out by the K.H.S.A.A. officials to 
the respective winners of the sixteen regions. 

Governor Nunn Declares Sportsmanship Week 

While every week should be Good Sports- 
manship Week, KAPOS has always tried to put 
special emphasis on being a good sport at State 
Tournament time. Being a good sport is part of 
being a good citizen. KAPOS doesn't believe that 
good citizens need to be reminded to exemplify 
good sportsmanship. However, it is especially fit- 
ting at tournament time to remind all citizens that 
it is a privilege to be able to attend the games, and 
that each individual can contribute to the success 
of the tournament if he will abide by the KAPOS 
Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Nunn. 

Sportsmanship 

There is more talk, more favorable publicity, 
and more recognition being given to the cheer- 
leaders now than ever before. This is good, and as 
it should be, as their job is not an easy one. Their 
practice hours are long and strenuous. However, 
they should keep in mind that the fans come 
primarily to see the team perform. They are the 
"Big Show." The cheerleaders are only the 
"Barkers." 

As with everything, there is a time and place for 
cheering. It is up to the cheerleader to develop a 
sensitivity as to when that time arrives. Many 
sponsors feel that unless cheerleaders learn to ad- 
here to the rules of propriety and respect for the 
rights of others, they are in danger of losing the 
interest and cooperation of both coaches and fans. 

The following is offered in the hope that, in 
learning to spell "Courtesy", cheerleaders will 
learn also to exhibit it. 

C — is for COURTESY, which for the host 

school should imply a welcome cheer, one that 

says Hello, Welcome, Hi! 

O — is for ONE, meaning one group on the 

floor at a time: you had your turn, now it is 

mine. 

U — is for UNITY, all cheerleaders doing the 

same; be ready, alert, don't delay the game. 

R — is for RUSH, hurry to get on the floor, 

there is but time for one yell, no more. 

T — is for TIME-OUT, the referee has the 

ball; give a yell, be quick, don't stall. 

E — is to ERR on the choice of your yell; if 

long and complicated it will delay the timer's 

bell. 



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Page Seven 



S — is for SHARING every other time to give 
a cheer; adhere to this rule or else you will 
be unpopular, I fear. 

Y — is to say YES, a pledge I will 
gladly make ever COURTEOUS to be, even 
though the championship may be at stake! 

Junior High — Senior High Clinic 
(Clinic I, July 11-15) (Clinic II, July 18-22) 

Both clinics will be held on the University of 
Kentucky campus. The two groups will be housed 
separately. Classes and lectures will be geared to 
the interest and abiUty of the respective groups. 

Brochures giving details of the clinic can be 
obtained at the State Tournament KAPOS booth 
or by contacting Mrs. Grace Fragstein (Lafayette 
High School). Mrs. Milly Rodes (Transylvania 
College), and Mrs. Stella S. Gilb (University of 
Kentucky), all addressed to University Station, 
Box 650, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky, 
40506. 

Note to all Administrators 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in re- 
leasing teaching personnel to assist with the many 
tasks necessary to keep this organization function- 
ing effectively. Again, we need judges, motel chap- 
erones, and personnel to man booths at the motel 
and at Freedom Hall. This involves at least 12 to 
16 people. It is alsti backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated women who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their ad- 
ministrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is seek- 
ing your understanding and cooperation should 
you be asked to release a teacher from her duties 
to help carry on the work that KAPOS is doing to 
make cheerleading a worthwhile educational 
experience in the State of Kentucky. 

Awarding of Trophies 

State Champion-at-Large: The winner will 
receive the Ted Sanford trophy while the runner- 
up will receive the Jane Meyer trophy. Ribbons 
will be given for honorable mention. These awards 
will be given during the halftime of the first game 
Friday afternoon. 

State Tournament: Winner, first place trophy; 
runner-up, second place trophy; honorable men- 
tion, ribbon. These awards will be given at the 
close of the final game on Saturday night. All 
cheerleaders are asked to wear their uniforms and 
to assemble in the KAPOS Hospitality Room 
during the half-time of the final game. All Cheer- 
leaders will then proceed to one of the end 
entrances where the winners will have easy access 
to the playing floor. 

Sponsors of the competing 16 cheerleader groups 
are asked to come to the floor with their squads. 
Besides getting the recognition you so well 
deserve, it is another way of letting the public 
know that cheerleading is important enough in the 
school's curriculum to merit a well-qualified 
"sponsor-coach-chaperon." 

Reminder 

It is time to send in credentials for scholarship 
candidates. You too, may have a potential 
scholarship winner. Get your applications in early. 
Write our President, Mrs. John Compton, Bryan 
Station High School, Lexington, Kentucky. 40505. 
for application forms, or pick them up at the 
KAPOS booth in Freedom Hall. 
Stella S. Gilb 
Executive Secretary-Treasurer , 



ANNUAL MEETING SPEAKER 




Bernie Saggau 

Speaker at the dinner meeting of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, scheduled to be 
held in the Ballroom of the Seelbach Hotel, Louis- 
\'ille, on Thursday evening, April 15, 1971, will be 
Executive Secretary Bernie Saggau of the Iowa 
High School Athletic Association. The title of Mr. 
Sageau's speech will be "How Many Lists Are 
You On." 

Bernie Saggau was born in Denison, Iowa. He 
received his early education in that community, 
graduating from high school there in 1946. He at- 
tended Buena Vista College and received his BA 
Degree in 1949. He received a MA degree in Edu- 
cation from the University of Montana. He taught 
school and had eight years as a teacher, coach and 
principal before entering into private business. 

Mr. Saggau .ioined the Iowa H.S.A.A. staff in 
1963 and was appointed Executive Secretary in 
1967. Prior to that time, he had achieved an envia- 
ble reputation of skill and competency as an out- 
standing basketball and football official on the 
high school and college level. He is presently on 
the Baskebtall Rules Committee. 

Mr. Saggau's continuous personal effort has left 
little doubt in school men's minds as to the im- 
portance of the interscholastic athletic program 
and the roll it plays in the secondary education of 
schools today. He is a dynamic speaker as those 
who have heard him in national meetings will 
attest. 



I Believe In You 

(Continued from Page One) 

There is a saying that "hope springs eternal" 
from the human heart. But hope itself must come 
from a deeper source than man alone. I believe 
we can have hope in our day because I believe 
that God is still at work in the world. I know 
there is a widespread feeling of hopelessness and 
despair in our world, but I have personally seen 
thousands of young athletes discover a power, 
catch a vision, and find a faith that changed their 
Uves for the best! Because of what I have seen, 
I can say, "I BELIEVE IN YOU!" 

— National Federation Press 



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TATES CREEK H. S. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1971 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Lefl lo Right I Fronl Row: Barbie Bransom, Peggy Skidmore, Tina Sutherland, Kalhy Kincer. Second 
Row: Coach Lillian Del^ney, Jacqui Harmon, Calhy Carlson, Leah Jones, Robin Engle, Brenda Clark. 



Minutes of Meeting 

K.H.S.A.A. Gymnastics Committee 

Lexington, Kentucky, January 26, 1971 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion Gymnastics Committee met at the KHSAA 
Building, Lexington, Kentucky, on January 26, 
1971. The meeting was called to order by the 
Chairman, Bernard "Skeeter'' Johnson at 6:59 
p.m. Present at the meeting were James '"Cap" 
Caudill, George Jefferson, Bernard Johnson, Dick 
Jones, Sheila Kuhlman, Jim Nance, Ted Sanford. 
and Bill Wise. 

After a brief discussion, the following facts 
were established: 

1. The State Gymnastics Meet will be held 
at Bryan Station High School February 20, 1971. 

2. Jim Nance was appointed meet manager. 

3. Meet will start at 10 a.m. with practice 
starting at 9 a.m. 

4. There will be a coaches' meeting at 9 a.m. 

5. Boys' and girls' events will be conducted 
at the same time, 

6. Tumbling, Trampoline, and Ail-Around 
will be Special Events. (These events will not 
be included in team points. There is no team 
championship for the Special Events,) 

7. Fred Reece and Bill Wise will handle 
tickets for the meet. 

8. Each participant must have represented 
his school in at least one interscholastic gymnas- 
tics meet during the year to be eUgible to enter 
the State Gymnastics Meet. 



Mr, Sanford informed the committee that the 
National Federation of State High School Ath- 
letic Associations has established a set of Gym- 
nastics Federation Rules for both boys and girls. 
Rule books were passed out for review with the 
idea of study for the possibiUty of adoption next 
year. 

The meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bernard M. Johnson 



Registered Baseball Officials 

(List Compiled March 1) 

If one telephone number is given for an official list- 
ed, it is the home phone unless otherwise desig,nated. If 
two numbers are given the first number is that of the 
home phone, 

Anderson. Kenneth. 861 Parkway Drii'e. Louisville, 637- 

1769, 459-1503 
Anderson. Luther S., Rt. 2, Liberty Hgts.. Carlisle, 289-2364 
Andress, Bill, 2039 New Linden Rd., Newport, 581-9832, 

221-7400 
Asher, Ralph, Bo.x i232, Olive Hill, 286-4537. 286-2081 
Ashley, Kenneth, Science Hill. 423-3215 
Atwell, Darryl R., RRl, Box 17, Hardyville, 528-2364, 

528-2271 

David C. Dunmor, 657-2513 

D., 98 S. Rosemont. Providence, 



667-5649. 



51G Perry Street, Greenup, 473-6311, 



Audas 
Back, Pliilip 

667-2411 
Baker, Paul W., 

473-7251 
Barnes Karl A., P. O. Box 115. Nortonville, 696-3334 
Barker Phillip Michael, Box 269, Olive Hill, 286-4402 
Bartels, John T.. 1344 Sixth Street, Dayton, 581-4250 

821-0728 
Beane, John Edward, Box 2594, Pikeville, 437-7951, 

432-2565 
Belcher, William Otis, LeJunior. 837 2509 



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IROQUOIS BOYS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1971 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Morris Hall, Danny Pulce, Tim Ledbetter. Don Walkins. Mike Ledbet- 
ter. Second Row: Gary Williams, Robert Sandage, Bill Collins, Rick Ledbetter, Bruce Edwards, Dale 
French. Third Row: Doug Johnso,n, Robert Henry. Robert Thomas, Larry Belt, Bill Tucker, Eddie Erwin, 
Keith Waterbupy. 



Bertagna. Forrest. 3207 Rinda Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio. 

931-7198 
Bertscli. Ronald L.. 65 Geiaer Avenue, Bellevue. 581-5790. 

731-2012 
Biter. Charles D.. 6602 Moorhaven Drive, Louisville. 239- 

3580. 452-4676 
Blair. Gene Randall. Box 224. Hindnian. 785-5844. 785-5844 
Blair. Kennth. Hindman. 785-5844 

Branhani. Mason, Jr., Box 1, Grahn, 286-4363. 747-6456 
Blevins. Boone, Jr., Staffordsville. 297-4842, 297-3738 
Broaddus, Terrv Lvnn, Route 1. Bloomfield. 252-5155 
Brown, Billv C, Rose IVIotel, Owenton. 623-7529 
Brown. J. W., 975 Waverlv Drive, Lexington, 252-0954, 

252-3212 
Browne, Jerome F., Box 796, Calvert Citv. 395-4338. 395- 

4600 
Burgess. Richard N., Box 452, Bardwell, 628-3527, 628-5411 
Bushkar, John. 638 Monticello Blvd., Lexington, 278-4670, 

278-4670 
Calvert, Eston 
Camp, Tommv 
Carr, Billy W. 
Cecil, Donnie. 
Chambers. Harold Eugene 

432-2131 

Clark, Barrv. 3806 Bahama Drive. Hopkinsvllle., 886-2040 
Claypool, Thomas, Route 2, Owensboro, 684-8719, 684-5285 
Cline, Rov E.. 1194 Lincoln, Louisville, 637-8249 
Cochran. Ray Delano, Win. 297-3135, 265-3110 
Cook. Bobby, 5114 Crafty Drive, Apt, 11, Louisville, 968- 



Box 393, Russell, 836-4475, 836-6274 
P.. Box 158, Barlow, 334-3356, 334-3555 
411 Longview. Franklin, 586-6355, 586-3261 
Rt. 1, Rmevville, 877-5877, 624-7317 

Box 276, Edmonton, 432-2192. 



Jr., 

v.. 



5180 
Cooper, W. G., 

452-4150 
Cooper. Willie 

7251 
Cornweli, James 

586-4451 
Cottrell, David 

236-7957 
Crager, Bobby 

836-5623 
Crowe, William 
Curnutte, Ivan. 

932-5231 
Daniels. Robert A.. Box 2, 



988 Level. Charlestown. Ind.. 256-2257, 
2206 Madison. Paducah. 443-3107. 444- 
506 South Main, Franklin, 586-4327, 
Shawnee Road, Danville. 236-3883, 
100 Clark Street. Flatwoods, 836-6069, 



Michael, Box 34, Stanton 

511 Columbia Road, Greensburg, 932-5047, 



605 



Dean, Jerry W., 
Denton, William 



Van Lear 789-3931 



Davenport. James E.. 9810 Dawson Hill Road, Jefferson- 
town, 239-5667, 452-3947 
Davis, Bunnv, 598 W. Lexington, Danville, 236-2606, 

236-3002 
Davis, Harold T., Box 191, Beaver Dam, 274-4159, 232-4213 
McKee, 287-7301, 287-7161 
D., 14 Clove Ct., Henderson, 827-3409 
Dill, J. Roger, 15 Palmer Manor, Wilmore, 858-4081 
DiUEUid, Duane, Route 7, Hopkinsville, 269-2253 269-2135 
Divine, Wayne L., 626 Walnut Street, Central City, 754- 

2783, 754-2272 
Downs, Joseph W., 829 Bartley, Bardstown, 348-5123, 348- 

3991 
Driver, Bob, Fairview Court, Scottsville, 237-4005. 622-4119 
Duerson, William Robert, Rt. 2, Paint Lick, 925-2357, 

925-2711 
Duncan, James T„ Rt. 2, RusseUville, 726-2802 
Dunn, Cheslev, Jr., Rt. 4, Hopkinsville, 886-4394, 254-6083 
Durbin, Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville, 452-1730. 

587-1121, Ext. 486 
Eicher, Jack, Box 299, Centre College, Danville. 236-8929 
Eliott. Billy A., 1122 Castlewood Place, Owensboro, 685- 

3393 
EUiott, Carroll L., 307 College, Elizabethtown, 765-4007, 

7R5-6118 
Elmore, Jimmy 
Emery, George, 

283-1281 
Evitts, Harold E., Box 167A, Luzerne Drive, Greenville, 

338-2970 
Eyl Eddie, 2252 Bradford Drive, Louisville, 442-1001. 366- 

9561 
Farmer. Joseph Tyler, 803 Phillips Lane, Corbin. 528-3508, 

622-3834 
Fennell, Robert Eugene. 503 Lexington. 

6910. 291-5250 
Fenton. Don J.. 4890 Oaklawn Drive. 

271-3792 751-4344 
Fields. Ronald M.. 1673 Country Club 

826-9859. 826-8381 
Fisher, Larry J., Berea Blvd., Raceland, 

Ext. 556 
Foust, Ray, Jr.. Box 677, Calvert City, 

E.xt. 324 



A., Rt. 1, Brandenburg, 422-2465, 422-3214 
234 Clay, New Albany. Ind., 944-5257. 



Newport, 581- 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 
Road, Henderson. 
836-6848, 325-8511, 
395-4901, 395-4151, 



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Francis. William Lewis, 8909 Brand\'wiiie. Fern Creek. 

239-9859. 538-4285 
Frankel, Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville. 454- 

6519. 454-6519 
Freeman. Joe T.. 125 Bvron Drive. Paducali. 898-2006. 

898-2006 
Frvmire. Leslie H.. IrvinBton. 547-2553. 547-3951 
Gaines. Curtis. 1514 Young Street. Henderson. 826-9933, 

827-3537 
Gardner. Garv M.. Route 3. Magnolia. 528-2947. 528-2947 
Garland. Daniel Alan. 1220 Dale Avenue. Frankfort, 223- 

8608, 223-2089 
Gibbons, Mike, 2733 Carolvn, Ashland, 324-2056 
Gibson, James D., South Point, Ohio, 377-2501, 928-6474 
Gibson, Junior Lee, Clarkson, 242-3551, 242-2171 
Giordano, Al, Holly Lane. Princeton. 365-5680. 365-5615 
Glass. K. L.. 108 Adkins Street. Clarksville. Tenn., 648- 

2056 
Goetz, Herbert, 35 Linet Avenue. Highland Heights. 

441-2825 
Goodman, Bennie Rav. Rt. i:2. Box 204. Cecilia. 862-4638. 

862-3924 
Grant, Thomas E,, 2709 Rockford Lane, Louisville, 447- 

1648 
Grav. Paul Edward, 216 Bemis Lawrence, Bowling Green. 

738-5296, 745-3088 
Green. Donald P., 832 Brand Street, Mavfield. 247-6038. 

247-6038 
Greer. Raymond Wa\'ne, 6905 Creston Dri\-e, Pleasure 

Ridge Pk., 935-5002, 937-5711 
Griffith, Edwin Dale. 2714 Lorraine Street. Ashland, 324- 

2497. 325-8511, Ext. 335 
Grimes, Herman L.. Salem, 988-2193, 388-7562 
Gupton, Lawrence, 105 Hillview. Greensburg, 932-5001. 

932-5001 
Hale, Richard F., Rt. ^1, Box 397. Russellville, 726-2801, 

734-4621 
Hamilton, Mike D.. Forrest Heights. South Shore. 932- 

4673. 932-3757 
Hammons. George F.. Box 23. Barbourville. 546-4589, 

252-6570 
Handlev. Woodie, Route 2, Hodgenville, 358-3345, 358-3195 
Hardin, Don G., Box 88. Morehead, 784-7698 
Hardin, William. 134 Mackville Hill. Springfield. 336-7128 
Harjo. Austin A.. 1U8 Airport Road. Clarksville, Tenn,. 

431-3781 
Harris. David L.. Drawer A.. Bardstown. 348-5733. 

348-3311 
Harris. Robert. Box 44. Eddvville. 38B-9475, .388-2211 
Harrison, Mark, Rt. 7, Box 279, Hopkinsville, 269-2216 
Heaberlin. Bill. 768 Washington Drive, Flatwoods, 836- 

6915, 325-8511, Ext. 469 
Henderson, Charles A., 316 Andrew Dr., Hopkinsville. 

885-5771. 886-1515 
Henrv. James D.. 1501 Cowling Avenue. Louisville. 451- 

2270. 587-6923 
Henson. Don R.. Box 126. Smithland. 928-2884, 988-3263 
Hess, Creighton L.. Rt. 2. Sonora. 369-2802. 369-2101 
Hilton. Billv. 323 Maplewood Ave., Springfield. 336-7594 
Hilton, Dudley R., 516 Walnut, Springfield, 336-7667. 

336-3922 
Hina, Heiirv B.. Route 1. Sturgis. 333-5933. 333-4008 
Hinton. Henry E.. 1210 Witawanga. Louisville. 425-7627 
Hollingsworth. Henrv R.. Box 481. Elkton. 265-2340. 265-2545 
Hord. Tracv. Route 3. Lebanon. 692-3612 
Horton. John. 3224 St. Ann Street. Owensboro. 683-5234. 

684-5285 
Houchens, Joe Dannv. Route 4. Glasgow. 678-2317. 651-8341 
Howard. Murph. Bex 669. Harlan. 573-3094. 573-3094 
Hubbs Sonnv. 260 Old Orchard Road. Paducah, 442-8978. 

443-3038 
Ingraham, Garv J.. 9706 Lanesboro Way. Louisville. 425- 

5215. 897-2815 
Johnson. Eddie Eugene. 109 Atkinson. Earlington. 383-5412, 

821-6224 
Johnson, James M , 174 Pine Hurst, Frankfort. 223-2822, 

875-15.35 
Jones, Frank, Rt. 5, Box 517. Manchester. 598-3952, 598-5127 
Jones. Joe S.. 203 Green Street. Manchester. 598-3793, 

598-2129 
Jones. James Michael. 104 Cliurch Street, Manchester, 598- 

5385, .598-2145. Ext. 65 
Jump. Frank E.. 200 Elizabeth Street. Bowling Green. 842- 

8060. 843-4707 
Kaufman. Alvin R.. 8215 St. Anthony Church Rd.. Louis- 
ville. 366-0126. 587-0871 
Kavlor. James. R. R. :r2, Trafalgar. Ind.. 878-5728 
Keeling. Reuben, 3757 Rainona Drive, Paducah. 442-4190 
?:id-,vell. James. 1112 Parkway. Covington. 291-6856 
Kimmel. Jerry. Beechmont. 476-2656. 476-8375 
King. Jan.cs A.. 5000 Clarmar Road. Jeffersontown. 239- 

8015. 778-2791 
King. Michael E.. Route 6. Box 69. Franklin. .586-4729. 

586-4636 
Kine. Ronnie W.. P. O. Box 593. Murray. 753-6541 
Kinnev. Paul 'C. R. R 2. Williamstown. 824-5140 
Kirk. Charles F.. Box 334. Benham. 848-2039. 633-4422 
Kolasa Johnny R.. 103 Grundy Avenue. Springfield. 

.336-3710 
Kouns. Robert. Box 582. South Shore. 932-4540, 932-3323 



Kuhl. Lawrence. Houser Lane. London. 864-6235. 864-4182 
Lamb. Paul W.. 427 Carlisle Avenue. Lexington, 255-4126. 

255-6666 
LaRue. William D.. Jr.. Salem. 988-3138. 388-7562 
Laugherty. Kenneth Rav. 2100 Peabody Lane, Louisville, 

451-1706. 584-1211 
Lav. Claude Richard. Jr.. 407 New York Rd., Cumberland, 

589-4643 
Leigh. Eugene F., 506 17th Street. Corbin. 528-1501, 528-1212 
Littlepage. Pryee. 610 Oak Street. Madisonville, 821-1642 
Llnvd. Vanous P., 326V" E. 14th, Bowling Green. 781-2243, 

781-2243 
Logan, Mike. Box 693. South Shore. 932-3997, 353-0090 
Louden. James R.. 10 Smith Street, Florence. 371-7699 
Lovell. Monty Joe. 429 Oak Street, Richmond, 623-1304, 

623-4959 
McCamish, Danny L., 160 Spring Road. Radcliffe. 351-4812 
Mc-Clelland. John M.. 1629 Dantzler Court, Lexington, 

278-2767 
McClure, Jerry T.. 1107",;. Winchester Rd.. Lexington. 

233-1336. 269-1.396 
McConnell. Michael J., 7304 Garrison Road. Louisville, 

366-9904. 583-6651 
McCord. Floyd D.. 338 Scott Avenue. Paris. 987-1619 
McCoy. Gary Wendell, 666 Emerson. Lexington. 254-0805. 

252-9094 
McDowell. Charles V.. 2419 Roosevelt. Ashland. 325-2886. 

325-8511. Ext. 731 
Manasco. Norman. W. Main Street. Earlington. 383-5360, 

383-5511 
Maness. Charlie. Rt 2. Mt. Sterling, 498-1974, 744-6000 
Marion. James L.. 1201 1/2 Herrington. Bowling Green, 781- 

1313. 651-5241 
Marlette. Ronald L.. 543 Buekman Street. Shepherdsville. 

543-7513 543-2210 
Marshall. Barry J.. 448 Hollow Creek Rd.. Apt. C-9, Lex- 
ington. 299-0757. 299-0757 
Mason. Edwin M.. 913 Vickers Village. Richmond. 622-2896 

(Bus.) 
Mason. George. 20 Summerhill. So. Newport. 581-3434. 

421-6815 
Mattinglv. Charles. 3813 Poplar Level Rd.. Louisville, 

459-5793. 448-2761 
May. Douglas. Route 1. Box 539. Pikeville. 437-6512 
MetcaU. Ken. Rt. 3. Munfordville. 524-9704. 524-9465 
Meyers. John F.. Box 513. Mavsville. 549-3612. 759-7141 
Middleton. Johnny. 209 Leimaur Drive. Richmond. 623-1682 
Milby. W. C. Route 3. Greensburg. 932-5692. 932-5391 
Miller. James Clayton. 212 Central Avenue. Leitchfield. 

259-3792. 259-3850 
Moonevhan. James H.. 810 Henry Street. Franklin. 586- 

4989. 586-4451 
Morgan. Richard. Rt. 6. Box 64, London, 864-6511. 864-6240 
Morris. T. John, Jr , 6629 Charann Lane. Cincinnati. Ohio, 

542-6713 
Moore, Marvin. Box 2425. Morehead. 784-6467. 784-4992 
Morse, Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood, Radcliff. 351-3748, 

624-4454 
Mulligan. J. T.. 427 Center Street. Erlanger. 341-5628, 

341-5628 
Mullins. Charles E . Schultz Road. South Shore. 932-3388. 

836-5931 
Mullins. Ronnie. Elkhorn City, 754-8969 
Neal, Alan. 1327 College. Apt, 14. Bowling Green. 843-9404. 

843-3249 
Nichols. Mike, Hayes Street, Clarksville. Tenn. 
Nolan. Michael Bruce. 36 W. Morgantown Rd.. Bowling 

Green. 842-8978. 842-2411 
Noland. Doug, 305 Herndon Avenue, Stanford, 365-2609. 

365-2619 
Norwood, Thomas R.. 811 Henry Street. Franklin. 586-3614, 

586-3541 
Nucci, Donald O., 102 Main Street. Hazard, 436-2741 (Bus.) 
Omer. Harold G.. 150 N. Crestmoor, Louisville, 896-4170, 

778-16,59 
Palko. Edward, 302 Noel Avenue, Frankfort, 875-4018, 

223-0565 
Pardue, Israel L.. 1005 So. 28th. Louisville, 772-2488, 774- 

6431 
Parkey, Cecil E., 109 Greenwood Road, Middlesboro. 248- 

6148, 445-4094 
Penner, Merritt D.. Jr.. Rt. #5. Box 392. Manchester, 

,598-3711 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop Street. Corbin. 528-6391. 

528-1630 
Pitcher. Dennis. R. R. 2, Hickory. 247-6206. 623-4349 
Pone. Rov. Route 5. Box 183. London. 864-4039. 864-6240 
Primm. James T.. Lafayette Road. Hopkinsville, 885-9483 
Pursiful Larry. Hodgenville, 358-4267. 358-3195 
Quisenberry. James M.. 1900 Farnsley Rd., Apt. 9. Louis- 
ville, 448-61,52, 366-0940 
Raines, J. W.. 1117 Lebanon Road. Danville. 236-3380 
Ramev. Garv Garland. Route 1. Morehead. 784-5079 
Pamev. Herb. Farmers. 784-4724. 784-5792 
nay. Collis R.. 809 N, 32nd. Paducah. 442-2146, 442-1979 
Peeves, Curtis R.. 112 Londonderry Drive. Lexington. 252- 

1626. 254-6412. Ext. 314 
Pcti, Harry F.. Rt. i2. Eminence. 346-5284. 346-8421 
Rcihing. Dan. P. O. Box 582. Shepherdsville. 543-2633. 

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Page Eleven 



INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS 
STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 




(Lefl io Righl) Front Row; SS-Tommy Miller. Flagel; 105-Don Hall. Waggener; 112-Chester Massie, 
Flagel; 119-Alan Boyd. Fort Campbell; 126-Ron Chapman, Fori Campbell; 132-Mike Nolan (Most Outstand- 
ing Wrestler. Co-Champion). Newport Catholic. Second Row: 138-Ray Russell. Eastern; 145-Allan Martin, 
Western; 155-Rich Hancock. Trinity; 167-Mike Cassity. Fort Campbell; 185-Arthur Noonan. Waggener; 
Heavyweight-Bernie Head {Most Oxitstanding Wrestler. Co-Champion), North Hardin. 



Reitz, Mike V.. 137 Malabu Drive, Lexington, 278-6677 

Richards, Ed. Star Route. Mt. Washington, 538-4324 

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Roe, Dovle, Jr., Isom, 633-2973, 633-2339 
Rogers. Eldridge, 310 Talbert, Hopkinsville, 885-5571, 886- 

3921 
Roller, Otis C 803 Chamberry, Louisville, 895-6356, 587- 

1121, Ext. 396 
Salyer, Henrv E., 4817 Bluebird Avenue, Louisville, 969- 

6371. 634-1531, Ext. 60 
Sammons, John I., 1105 Elm Street, Murray, 753-5738, 753- 

3642 
Sandusky, Jerry, Rt. 1, Liberty. 787-7742, 787-7484 
Satterlv Grant. 832 Shelbv Street, Frankfort, 223-5810 
Satterly, U. G., 832 Shelbv Street, Frankfort, 223-5810, 

564-3350 
Schultz, Harold, 13 Orphage Road, Ft. Mitchell, 331-1386 
Scott, Travis Paul, Route 1, Columbia. 384-4811, 334-2933 
Scott, W. L., 1816 McDonald Rd., Lexington, 278-2844, 

254-1313 
Sellier. Edward F.. Jr., 520 Cricklewood Drive, Lexington, 

299-8042, 299-4027 
Shallcross, Warren, 207 Gibson Road, LouisviUe, 896-1641, 

896-1641 
Shaw, Earl. 121 Hagan Court, Lancaster, 792-2370, 548-3391 
Shuping, Andv, 1602 Atlanta Drive, Lexington, 299-6674, 

299-6674 
Sinkhorn, Richard. Mitchellsburg. 332-7748, 236-3315 
Smallwood. Talmadge A., Stanton, 663-2096 
Smith, Bennv, Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester, 598-2461, 598-2461 
Smith, Willard N., P. O. Box 23, Campbellsville, 465-5339, 

465-4174 
Smoot, Dick. 10U8 Norwood, Ashland, 324-8187. 324-2169 
Snelling, Kennv, 823 Brawner Street, Frankfort, 227-6081, 

234-6666 
Staten, David L., 615 22nd Street, Ashland, 325-8571 
Staten, Gordon L., Jr., Route 2, Falmouth. 654-8660, 654- 

3977 



Stethen, Jim, Box 134, Bedford, 255-3285 

Stevens, James L., 110 Hambv Avenue, Dawson Springs, 

797-2966, 797-2017 
Stevenson, Kelly. Leitchfield, 259-4473, 259-3441 
Stevenson. Michael G., Route 3. Russellville. 726-9706 
Strain. Richard P., P. O. Box 472, RadcliEf. 351-4306, 624- 

2214 
Straus, William, 212 Culpepper. Lexington, 266-6349, 252- 

2275 
Strickland, Herbert C. 105 Friar Drive, Clarksville, Tenn. 
Stuart, Terrance R., 909 Orchard Drive, RussellviUe, 726- 

6492, 726-2471 
Stuli, Benjamin C., 5 Center Street, Wilder, 581-3262, 291- 

5250 
Sullivan, William H., Lawrenceburg. 839-4177. 839-3061 
Tavlor, Aubrey, Meta. 432-3354, 432-3035 
Ta%lor, Carl D., 408 Bellefonte-Princess Rd., Ashland, 325- 

2606, 928-6473 
Tavlor, Dan C, Jr., Letcher, 633-2524 (Bus.) 
Tavlor, Ed. 435 North 41st Street, Louisville, 772-0126, 

584-6311 
Tavlor, John O.. 803 East Drive. Danville, 236-3915, 236-3181 
Taylor, Paul F . 1072 Armstrong Mill, Lexington, 272-2508, 

254-6666 
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Thomason. William Harold, 305 N. Main, Leitchfield, 259- 

.3553, 259-3611 
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Tyre. Don C, 316 Senate Drive, Frankfort, 223-3668, 254- 

6612, Ext. 277 
Upton, Leon. Rt. 1. Greensburg, 932-5174. 932-4996 
Urlage. Richard. 822 Highland Avenue. Ft. Thomas. 441- 

5513 471-8120 
Varble, WilUam, 3108 Widgeon Avenue, Louisville, 635-6930, 

772-2509 
Varner, Ray G., 737 Kingston Road, Lexington, 299-4145, 

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Wagner. Marvin Rudv. Rt. 1, Box 445, Pikeville, 437-4611, 

432-3380 
Waller, Bobbie E., 309 Strathmore. Lexington, 299-6123, 

299-6123 
Ward, Tommy, Harlan. 573-4653, 573-3711 
Wallin, Charles, Jr., 668 Northside Drive, Lexington, 299- 

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According to the current accepted philosophy, 
everybody is striving to outdo the rest of the 
population in being the "good guy." From the 
cradle to the grave, some have never been told 
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KENTUCKY CLASS AAA CHAMPION— 1971 




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Co-Capt. Chip Sprigg, Coach Earl Browning, Co-Capt. David Dean. Kent 
Dayton, Randy Gibson, Sieve Fields. Second Row: Colonel Stewart. Ronnie 
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Third Row: Charles Grain, Tommy Hawkins, Alan Cooper, Mike Green, Jim Dan Conner, 
David Ruggles, Philip Hoskins. 

CENTRAL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1971 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




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Phillip Jordon, James Anderson, John Luster, Keith Price, Gregory Jordon, Ricky Hall, 
Lockhart Rankin, Coach Robert Graves. 



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Official Organ of the 
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VOL. XXXIII— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1971 



$1.00 Per Yeai- 



Newly Elected Board Members 




William C. Doan 



Prin. W. P. Wheeler of the Daviess County High 
School and Prin. William C. Doan of the Harrison 
County High School will represent Sections 2 and 
5 respectively on the Board of Control for a four- 
year period, beginning July 1, 1971. 

W. P. Wlieeler was born in McLean County. He 
is a graduate of the Calhoun High School. He re- 
ceived his B.S. degree from Western Kentucky 
State Teachers College (Western Kentucky Uni- 
versity) in 1949. He received his M.A. degree from 
this institution in 1954. He has done post-graduate 
work at botli Peabody and Indiana University. 

In 1949 Mr. Wheeler started his coaching career 
at the Utica High Sciiool. later becoming principal 
of the school. In 1958 he became principal of the 
Daviess County High School. He did his military 
service in the 13th and 82nd Airborne Division 
(Paratrooper). 

In 1962 Mr. Wheeler was selected "Outstanding 
Young Man of the Year" for Owensboro and 
Daviess County by the Owensboro Jaycees. He is 
active in church and civic work, serves on the 
Board of Directors of Junior Achievement, and 
sponsors a "Hunting and Fishing" club at his 
school. Golf and bird hunting are his favorite hob- 
bies. 

William C. Doan was born in Harrison County. 
He graduated from the Harrison County High 
School in 1951 (First Class). He has a A.B. degree 
from Eastern Kentucky University, an M.A. degree 
from the University of Kentucky, with additional 
graduate work at U. K. and Miami of Ohio Uni- 
vesrity. 

During the 1956-58 period Mr. Doan was in the 
United States Army. Twelve of his thirteen years 
of professional school experience have been in 
the area of educational administration. He is com- 
pleting his second year as Harrison County princi- 
pal. 

Mr. Doan is currently Vice-President of the 
Cvnthiana Rotary Club, and is Church School 
Superintendent of the First United Methodist 
Church of Cynthiana. In 1966 he was voted the 



Outstanding Young Educator of Clark County and 
he received a second similar award from the Ken- 
tucky Junior Chamber of Commerce. He is im- 
mediate Past-President of the Kentucky Audio- 
Visual Association. His avocational interests are 
livestock and toljacco farming. 

Mr. Doan's wife, Janice, is a teacher. They have 
a son, Thruston, age 11, and a daughter, Karen, 



1971 Annual Meeting 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will be 
held on Thursday, April 15, at 3:00 P.M., in Room 
204, Convention Center, Louisville. The dinner 
meeting will be held at 6:00 P.M. in the Ballroom 
of the Seelbach Hotel. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes 
in the Constitution and By-Laws will be acted 
upon by the Delegate Assembly: 

Proposal I 

Prin. Byron H. Bell (Ahrens Vocational H.S.) as 
chairman of the Louisville Athletic Council com- 
posed of the seven high school principals of the 
Louisville Public Schools, proposes that the Board 
of Control be composed of ten members, one rep- 
resentative from each of the eight sections and 
two members to be appointed at large by the eight 
sectional members on the Board of Control (To 
assure minority representation, one of the two 
appointed members would be a member of the 
minority race if minority representation is non- 
existent among the eight sectional representa- 
tives). 

Proposal II 

Prin. T. G. Florence (Nelson County H.S.). Prin. 
Lloyd Sharp (Middlesboro H.S.), Prin. Art Draut 
(Waggoner H.S.). and Prin. Henry Resch (Warren 
Central H.S.) propose that "high school princi- 
pal" be substituted for "faculty member" in Arti- 
cle IV. Section 2-b, of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution. 

Proposal III 

Prin. T. G. Florence (Nelson County H.S.), Prin. 
Lloyd Sharp (Middlesboro H.S.), Prin. Art Draut 
(Waggener H.S.), and Prin. Henry Resch (War- 
ren (Central H.S.), propose that the following be 
substituted for the existing requirement for Board 
of Control membership as now expressed in Arti- 
cle IV. Section 2-a: "To be eligible for member- 
ship on the Board of Control, one must be the 
principal of an accredited K.H.S.A.A. member 
school in the region he is to represent and must 
remain in a similar capacity in that region during 
his tenure of office." 

Proposal IV 

Prin. William Armstrong (Bellevue H.S.) et al 

(Simon Kenton. Highlands. Conner, Dayton. 

Campbell County. Newport. Boone County, Dixie 

Heights and Holmes principals) propose a new 

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VOL XXXIII— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1971 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Lexington, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Ajslstant Editor J. B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington, Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President Don Davis (1967-1971), Fort Thomas 

ViceJ'resident W. H. Crowdus (1968.1971), Franklin 

Directors— J. C. CantreU (1970-1974). Valley StaUon; 
Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek; James T. Dotson 
(1958-1972), PikevUle; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973), Morganfleld; Roy L. Wm- 
chester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

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Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Thursday morning, March 18, 1971. 
The meeting was called to order by President Don 
Davis at 9:00, with Board members J. C. CantreU, 
Morton Combs. W. H. Crowdus, Lee T. Mills, 
Richard "Vincent, Roy L, Winchester; and Commis- 
sioner Theo. A. Sanford present. The invocation 
was given by W. H. Crowdus. 

W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester, that the reading of the minutes of the 
January 23rd Board meeting be waived since the 
members of the Board had received copies of these 
minutes. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported the results of the 
recent balloting for Board membership for Sections 
2 and 5. In Section 2 the votes were as follows: W. 
P. Wheeler, 16; Ben TopmiUer, 13; Bowman 
Davenport, 8; Bob Burres, 5; W. M. "Mossy" 
Martin, 4. In Section 5 the votes were: William C. 
Doan, 27; Elza Whalen, 17. 

There was a discussion of possible Board pro- 
posals to be submitted to the forthcoming Dele- 
gate Assembly of the Association. J. C. CantreU 
moved that the Board consider a proposal to 
change Article IV, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution to provide that the officers of the 
Association shall be a Commissioner and a Board 
of Control composed of nine members, one from 
each of the eight sections and one from Jefferson 
County. President Davis stated that a second 
would be needed in order that the motion be 
considered by the Board. Roy L. Winchester sec- 
onded the motion of Mr. CantreU. After a general 
discussion of the motion, the Board decUned to 
accept the proposal of Mr. CantreU by a vote of 
6-1. 

The Commissioner made a report for the Build- 
ing Committee. He stated that, acting for the 
Board, he had delivered to the University of 
Kentucky a check in the amount of $27,000.00 for 
the lot on Cooper Drive on which the new 



K.H.S.A.A. building will be erected, and that he 
had completed an escrow agreement with the 
Farmer's Bank and Capital Trust Company of 
Frankfort under which the bank is holding the 
sum of $99,050.00 to be delivered to the K.H.S.A.A. 
when the Association is ready to give title to the 
University for its present property. He stated that 
he had received the deed from the University of 
Kentucky for the Cooper Drive property, and that 
the bank was holding the deed to the present 
K.H.S.A.A. building and lot, signed by all mem- 
bers of the Board of Control as trustees, to be de- 
livered to the University when the sale of the 
present K.H.S.A.A. building and lot is consum- 
mated. He further stated that he had signed an 
agreement to the effect that, in the event the 
rjniversity at any time in the future deems it 
necessary to extend University Drive, the Uni- 
versity shall have the right to construct said ex- 
tension across the easement of access to the new 
K.H.S.A.A. building, said easement having been 
secured from ETV. Tom Mills moved, seconded by 
J. C. CantreU, that the action of the Commissioner 
on behalf of the Board of Control, described in 
his report tor the Building Committee, be con- 
firmed and approved. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported that he had sus- 
pended the PoweU County High School for a 
period of two weeks, beginning February 15, 1971, 
for violation of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 5-2, Grade 
School Pupil Competition. The pupil involved, who 
was ineligible because he was repeating a grade, 
had been a junior varsity player. 

Richard Vincent moved, seconded by Roy L. 
Winchester that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning January 1, 1971, and ending 
February 28, 1971, be allowed. The motion was 
carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

Baseball Area Leaders 

K.H.S.A.A. trained area representative in base- 
ball, who are currently conducting clinics for 
coaches and officials and who Eire assisting with 
registration of new officials, are rendering a fine 
service to the Association. The names and ad- 
dresses of these men, with the residence and busi- 
ness phone numbers (residence numbers given 
first), are as follows: 
W. P. RusseU, 1112 Elm Street, Murray, 753-8722, 

752-5125 
Cletus Hubbs, 260 Old Orchard Road, Paducah, 

442-3978, 443-5177 
Fldridge Rogers, 310 Talbert, HopkinsviUe, 885- 

5571, 886-3921 
Al Giordano, Holly Lane, Princeton, 365-5680, 365- 

5G15 
Curtis Gaines, 1514 Young Street, Henderson, 

826-9933 827-3537 
Jerry Kimmel, Beechmont. 476-2656, 476-8375 
James H. Mooneyhan, 810 Henry St., FrankUn, 586- 

4989, 586-4451 
Carroll Elliott, 307 College Street, Ehzabethtown, 

765-4007, 765-6118 
Shelby Winfrey, 315 Sharon Drive, CampbeUsville, 

465-8392, 465-8392 
Ed Eyl, 2252 Bradford Dr., Louisville, 452-1001, 

366-9561 
Roy Cline, 1194 Lincoln, LouisviUe, 637-8249, 774- 

7632 
Bill Ring, 481 Rookwood Pky., Lexington, 299- 
7089, 255-8492 



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Jim Johnson, 174 Pinehurst Drive, Frankfort, 223- 

2822, 875-1535 
Bunny Davis, 598 W. Lexington, Danville, 236- 

3002, 236-2606 
Kenneth Ashley, Science Hill, 423-3215, 679-4942 
Richard Morgan, Route 6, Box 64, London, 864- 

6511, 864-6240 
James Kidwell, 1112 Parkway. Covington, 291- 

6856, 581-9141 
Buddy Roe, Isom, 633-2973. 633-2339 
Robert Daniels, Box 2, Van Lear, 789-3931, 789- 

4932 
Don Hardin, P. O. Box 88, Morehead. 784-7698 
Dale Griffith, 2714 Lorraine St.. Ashland, 324-2497, 

325-5811 



State Wrestling Tournament 

The 1971 State High School Wrestling Tourna- 
ment was Iield at the Seneca High School on 
February 19-20. The Fort Campbell High School. 
wiTh 66 points, won the tournament. Mike Nolan of 
the Newport Catholic High School and Bernie 
Head of the North Hardin were named the meet's 
most outstanding wrestlers. The Waggener High 
Schooi was second with 57 points and the Flaget 
High School was third v.-ith 56 points. 

The tournament was managed by Wrestling 
Committee Chairman Orville Williams of the 
Seneca High School. It was the eighth tournament 
sponsored by the K.H.S.A.A. 

Teams which scored finished in this order: 1- 
Fort Campbell, o6: 2-Waggener. 57; 3-Flaget, 56: 
4-Woodford Countv, 44: 5-Eastern, 35: 6-Trinity, 
34: 7-Westport, 33: 8-Fern Creek. 30: 9-North 
Hardin, 26. 10-Newport Cathohc. 22; 11-Western. 
20: 12-Hopkinsville, 15: 13-Boone County, 14; 14- 
Campbell Countv. 13: 15-Countrv Dav. 10; 16- 
(tie)-M.M.l.; Conner, 9; 17-St. Xavier. 8;"l8-Seneca 
7; 19- (tie1 -Harrison County, Jeffersontown, Cald- 
well County, 5: 20-(tie) -Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Frankfort, 4: 21-Ballard. 3; 22-(tie)- Lafayette. Val- 
ley, Ky. School for Blind, Christian County 2; 23- 
(tie)- Bryan Station, Jessamine County, Fort Rnox, 
1. 

Medals were awarded to the first three places in 
each class. These winners were as follows: 

98 lb. — Tommy Miller, Flaget: Bob Web- 
ber, Country Dav; Jeff Ellison. Fern Creek 

105 lb. — Don Hall, Waggener; Steve Hillock, 
Woodford County: Mike Hollowav. Conner 

112 lb. — Chester Massie, Flaget; Jack Woods, 
Woodford Countv; Mark Olsen, Westport 

119 lb. — Alan Boyd, Fort Campbell; Dave 
Stcger, Boone County; Randy Gotten, Woodford 
Counyt 

126 lb. — Ron Chapman. Fort Campbell; George 
Clayton. Westport: Jeff Fitch, Woodford County 

132 lb. — • Mike Nolan, Newport Catholic; Rod 
Thompson. Trinity; Mike Smith. St. Xavier 

138 lb. — Ray Russell. Eastern; Gene Southers. 
Fort Campbell: John Wilkison Waggener 

145 lb. — Alan Martin. Western; Ken Siegwald, 
Flaget; Mike Musseman. Eastern 

155 lb. — Rich Hancock, Trinity; Tonv Green, 
Fort Campbell: Don Clements, M.M.I. 

167 lb. — Mike Cassity, Fort Campbell: Bill Mc- 
Milliam, Waggener; Jeff Krieg. Westport 

185 lb. — Arthur Noonan, Waggener; Alan Hol- 
stein, Ballard; John Hilb, Trinity 

Hea\^y weight — Bernie Head, North Hardin; 
George Skinner, Eastern; Dave Boren, Flaget 




# 



Sam B. Pollock. 

Samuel Baker Pollock. 68, prominent retired 
Madisonville educator, civic and church leader, 
died at his home in Madisonville on February 22, 
following an illness of several months. 

A native of Germantown, Sam Pollock grew up 
in Pewee Valley. Kentucky. He gi-aduated from 
Georgetown College in 1923, and accepted a basket- 
ball coaching-teaching job at Greenxalle High 
School in the fall of that year. He took over the 
duties as basketball coach-teacher at the Madison- 
ville High School in 1924. He coached the Madi- 
sonville football team for several years, later be- 
coming principal and then superintendent of Madi- 
sonville schools. 

A prominent figure at local, district, regional 
and state levels in athletics as well as the teaching 
field. Mr. Pollock was a member of the Board of 
Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association for the 1946-49 period. For some twen- 
ty years he was one of the official scorers at the 
annual state high school basketball tournament. 

In 1956 Mr. Pollock accepted the position of 
business manager for the Madison\'ille Trover 
Clinic. He held that position until his retirement 
in 1967. 

Mr. Pollock was a member of the First Christian 
Church of Madisonville. serving on the board of 
deacons of that church. He held membership in 
K.E.A.. N.E.A.. Madisonville Country Club, Madi- 
sonville Kiwanis Club, Green River District of 
the Boy Scouts of America, and the Madisonville 
Elks Lodge. He was a member of the board of di- 
rectors of the Hopkins County Youth Center, and 
during World War 11 was Captain of the Madison- 
ville unit of the Kentucky Active Militia. 

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Billie Pride Pollock; 
two sons, Richard H. Pollock of Middletown and 
Samuel B. Pollock, Jr., of Madisonville; and two 
grandchildren, Steven R. Pollock and Anne Pride 
of Middletown. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1971 



1971 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Club. Louisville, Kentucky, February 26-27, 1971 



TEAM SCORING — CLASS "AAA" BOYS 



TEAM 


200 Yard 
Medley Relay 


200 Yard 
Freestyle 


200 Yard 
Ind. Medley 


50 Yard 
Freestyle 


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100 Yard 
Butterfly 


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14 


11 


25 


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26 


20 


23 


12 


20 


22 


14 


205 


Trinity 


10 


33 





30 


5 


23 


11 


26 


12 


19 


32 


201 


Paul Blazer 


26 


3 


4 


10 





4 


15 


7 


22 


9 


20 


120 


St. Xavier 


20 





10 


17 


9 


12 


4 








1 


26 


99 


Atherton 


6 


25 


18 





12 





13 





5 


13 


6 


98 


Tales Creek 


IS 


13 





1 





10 


11 


12 





, 7 


18 


90 


Newport Catholic 











12 


7 


5 


9 





10 


11 


24 


78 


Henr>' Clay 








25 





13 


13 





16 











67 


Covirmton Catholic 


32 




















1 


12 


5 


10 


60 


Eastern 


22 











11 

















8 


41 


Seneca 





5 


4 





1 








19 











29 


Bowling Gteen 


24 














:• 











2 





28 


Franklin County 


4 





























22 


26 


Lafayette 


8 





7 








4 














2 


21 


Waggener 











5 


3 





5 














13 


Ballard 





3 




















5 


4 





12 


Fern Creek 














6 

















4 


10 


Br^'an Station 




















T 





7 








9 


Daviess County 






































Owenbsoro 

















" 




















Paducah Tilghman 







































1. 200 Yard Medley Relay — 5. 

1. Covington Catholic (B. Rute- 6. 
miller, B. Chalfant, J. Bright. 

T. Kluemper) 1:52.6 

2. Paul Blazer 1:52.7 1. 

3. Bowling Green 1:54.0 2. 

4. Eastern 1:54.7 3. 

5. Si. Xavier 1:54.8 4. 

6. Tales Creek 1:59.1 5. 

6. 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. E. Bell, Atherton 1:53.0 

2. W. Roscoe, Tales Creek 1:53.1 1. 

3. S. Sheridan, Trinity 1:54.4 2. 

4. P. Thomas, Trinity 1:54.7 3. 

5. S. Smock, Trinity 1:56.1 4. 

6. R. Nolan. Atherton 1:56.4 5. 

6. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. T. Hennessev, Atherton 2:06.1 

2. D. Watkins. Henrv Clav 2:06.3 1. 

3. J. Ockerman. Henrv Clav -- 2:06.5 2. 

4. D. Rubenstein. Westport — 2:08.8 3. 

5. D. McCorrv. St. Xavier 2:10.1 4. 

G. R. Rubenstein. Westport 2:13.0 5. 

B. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle- 

1. L. Bloom. Westport :22.S 

2. R. McAuIiffe. St. Xavier ___ :23.0 1. 

3. K. Young. Trinity :23.1 2. 

4. D. Wright, Trinity :23.2 3. 



R. Eli, Paul Blazer 

Pi. Rosing. Newport Catholic. 



5. Fancy Diving — 
J. Brettman. Westport 
J. Turley, Henry Clay 
D. Profumo. Atherton 

T, Gaar, Eastern 

T. Eaves, Westport 

R. Riede, St. Xavier — 



:23.2 
:23.3 



6. 100 Yard Butlerfl.y- 

K. Young. Trinity 

D. Watkins. Henry Clav _- 

D. McCorry. St. Xavier 

R. Rubenstein. Westport 

.1. Stanback. Tales Creek _. 

C. Sprigg, Westport 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

D. Dean. Westport 

E. Bell. Atherton 

R. Eli. Paul Blazer 

D. Wright, Trinity 

W. Roscoe, Tales Creek 

R. Rosing. Newport Catholic . 



352.55 
343.25 
338.20 
332.10 
325.95 
325.25 



54.2 
56.5 
57.0 
57.2 
57.3 
57.9 



:49.6 
:49.8 
:50.7 
.:50.9 
:51.6 
:53.3 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle- 

.1. Ockermann. Henrv Clav __ 3:56.0 

S. Sheridan. Trinity 4:02.9 

J. Stanback, Tales Creek ___ 4:11.2 



4. S. Smock, Trinity 4:11.3 

5. H. Friedly, Seneca 4:13.8 

6. K. Daniels. Seneca 4:21.2 

Ockermann set a new slate record 

ui this event with his time of 3:56.0. 

9 100 Yard Backstroke — 

1. D, Dean. Westport :59.5 

2. J. Eaves. Paul Blazer :59.9 

3. S. Carpenter, Trinity 1:00.1 

4. B. Rulemiller, Covington 

Cath. 1:01.0 

5. D. Redmond, Newport Cath. 1:02.7 
G. G. Shepherd, Paul Blazer __ 1:04.2 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

1. P. Thomas, Trinity 1:05.4 

2. T. Hennessev, Atherton 1:05.5 

3. D. Rubenstein. Westport 1:06.2 

4. R. Hassnan, Newport Catholic 1:06.8 

5. P. Dwver. Westport 1:07.2 

6. T. Eli, Paul Blazer 1:07.5 

11. 200 Yard Freestyle Relay— 

1. Trinity (B. Curran, J. Roberts. 

M. Thomas. S. Carpenter) ._ 3:39.3 

2. St. Xavier 3:44.2 

3. Newport Catholic 3:47.0 

4. Franklin County 3:50.8 

5. Paul Blazer 3:51.9 

6. Tales Creek 3:54.2 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1971 



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32 


16 


22 


29 


41 


20 


22 


26 


29 


32 


26 


295 


Hopkinsville 


24 


22 


17 


12 


19 


31 


19 


23 


17 


7 


32 


223 


Model 


18 


26 


15 


16 


14 


14 


16 


24 


26 


2 


24 


195 


L)uisville Gmntrv Day 





11 





4 





9 


11 


16 





19 


22 


92 


Ky. Mili. Inst. 


26 








10 


9 


12 











10 


20 


87 


Sayre 


22 


5 


16 














4 











47 


FoiT Knox 


20 








1 





7 











5 





33 


Conner 











16 








13 














29 


Danville 


14 





10 





2 





1 








5 





32 


Simon Kenton 





13 














12 














25 


Lexington Catholic 








12 

















11 








23 


Woodford County 











3 

















13 





16 


Belleviie 


























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9 


Newport 








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4 











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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay- 
Highlands iD. Dierigh. D. 
Crooks. A. Harper, S. Luns- 

ford) -- 1:51.7 

Ky. Military Inst. 1:54.3 

HoDkinsville 1:54.4 

Savre 2:04.3 

Fort Knox 2:06.1 

Model 2:06.5 



2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

P. Watkins. Model 1:56.7 

D. Flerlaee. Simon Kenton __ 1:56.8 

B. Dorroh. Hopkinsville 2:02.0 

B. Means. L'viUe Country 

Day 2:02.4 

B. Clouse. Model 2:07.7 

S. Hassman. Highlands 2:08.3 



?,. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

D. Simpson. Sayre 

B. Rozen. Model 

M. Gallagher. Lexington Cath. 

J. Mever. Highlands 

T. Arik. Danville 

B. Davis. Hopkinsville 



4, 50 Yard Freestj-le— 

B. Collins, Conner 

M. Wilson. Highlands 

P. Martuscelli. Hopkinsville . 
T. Hume, Model 



20.3 




23.5 


1 


25.4 





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31.fi 


4 


33.1 


D. 



23.7 
23.8 
24.6 
24.8 



K. Simpson. Ky. Mill. Inst. 
L. Dosch. Highlands 



5. Fancy Diving — 

M. Blades. Highlands 

M. Mignerey. Highlands _ 
B. Russell. Hopkinsville ._ 

B. Congleton, Model 

M. Lukens. Highlands 

R. Watson, Ky. Mili. Inst. 



6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

S. Lunsford. Highlands 

J. Brandt. Hopkinsville 

G. Weil. Ky. Mili. Inst. ___ 

B. Rozen. Model 

G. Brandt. Hopkinsville 

C. Brvant, L'viUe Country 
Day 



7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

P. Watkins. Model 

B. Collins, Conner 

D. Flerlage. Simon Kenton 

M. Wilson. Highlands 

B. Means. L'ville Ctry. Day 
T. McCollum. Hopkinsville 



:25.2 
:25.5 



318.25 
291.75 
281.75 
277.40 
268.00 
256.85 



:58.9 
1:02.2 
1:02.4 
1:02.7 
1:02.8 

1:05.5 



:53.2 
:53.3 
:53.4 
:53.5 
:54.2 
:55.4 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

B. Dorroh. Hopkinsville 

D. Brvant, L'ville Ctrv. Day 
B. Clouse. Model 



4:17.7 
4:17.8 
4:37.5 



4. J. Mever, Highlands 4:45.4 

5. S. Miller, Highlands 4:54.7 

6. M. Chapman. Model 5:03.0 

Dorroh set a new state record in 

this event with his time of 4:17.7. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke — 

1. T. Hume, Model 1:03.4 

2. M. Cayce. Hopkinsville 1:05.1 

3. D. Dierig. Highlands 1:05.4 

4. M. GaUagher. Lex. Cath. -_. 1:07.7 

5. R. Hallett, Highlands 1:07.7 

6. J. Cavanna, Bellevue 1:09.9 



10, ino Yard Breastroke — 

1. D. Brvant, L'viUe Ctry. Day _ 1:08.3 

2. T. Ewing. Woodford Co. ... 1:09.9 

3. D. Crooks. Highlands .__. 1:11.6 

4. S. Hassman. Higlrlands 1:11.0 

5. M. Johnke, Kv. Mili. Inst. „ 1:16.5 
6 A. Harper, Highlands 1:17.1 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 

1. HopkinsviUe (G. Brandt, B. 
Shankin, W, Radford, T. Mc 
CoUum) 3:48.4 

2. Highlands 4:00.8 

3. Model 4:15.0 

4. L'ville Coimtrv Day 4:22.4 

5. Ky. MUitary Inst. 4:29.0 

HopkinsviUe set a new state record 

in this event with theii- time of 3:48.4. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1971 



Plantation Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 26-27, 1971 



TEAM SCORING 



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44 


33 


26 


11 


12 


32 


39 


18 


57 


32 


324 


Highlands 


20 


24 


22 


3 


22 


23 


16 


15 


16 


1 


26 


188 


Villa Madonna 


32 


1 


19 


14 


16 


27 


14 





10 


14 


22 


169 


Dixie Heights 


24 


5 


16 


4 


12 


13 





12 


12 


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20 


123 


Hopkinsville 


10 


4 





1 


6 


7 


15 


10 


13 





24 


90 


Bourbon County 


22 


13 














1 


12 


16 








64 


Lexington Catholic 


18 








7 


1 











7 


4 





44 


Shelbyville 


8 


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20 








11 














41 


Beechwood 


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7 

















18 


31 


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Sayre 














13 




















13 


Lloyd 











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Paris 











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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Villa Madonna (W. Goff, C. 
Austin, M. Schroeder, S. 
Walther) 2:12.9 

2. Model 2:18.5 

3. Dixie Heights 2:20.1 

4. Bourbon County 2:23.5 

5. Highlands 2:24.1 

6. Lexington Catholic 2:34.1 



2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. N. Comelison. Model 2:21.2 

2. M. Gibson. Bourbon County 2:25.9 

3. B. Smith. Model 2:26.3 

4. L. Rust. Highlands 2:26.3 

5. S. Bezold. Highlands 2:32.0 

6. L. Roberts, Model 2:34.2 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. T. Newport, Dixie Heights — 2:32.0 

2. C. Combs, Model 2:44.0 

3. J. A. Kuhlman, Villa Madon- 
na 2:55.2 

4. C. Combs. Model 3:03.5 

5. A. MoeUer, Highlands 3:04.3 

6. K. Powell. Model 3:05.2 



4. 50 Yard Freestyle 

1. A. Brown, Model .- 

2. K. Moliter, Lloyd . 



:28.4 
:29.0 



M. J. Moser, Villa Madonna _ 

B. Buekner, Shelbj-vlUe 

C. Wiggins. Model 

K. McArty, Shelbyville 



29.2 

29.3 1 

29.7 2 

30.2 3 



5. Fancy Diving — f' 
K. GaUenstetn, VUla Madon- 
na 368.25 

S. Murray, Sayre 277.80 1 

D. Battle, Dixie Heights 273.25 2 

V. Brotherton. Model 265.95 3 

G. Robertson, Highlands 234.70 4 

L. Johnson, Highlands 232.60 5 



6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

C. Austin, Villa Madonna ... 1:09.0 1. 

T. Newport, Dixie Heights . 1:09.0 2. 

T. Thompson, Model 1:16.8 3. 

E. Moller, VUla Madonna _. 1:21.9 4. 

M. Kyle, Highlands 1:25.1 5. 

A. Moeller. Highlands 1:25.7 6. 



7. 100 Yard Freestyle — I. 

A. Brown, Model 1:05.5 

S. Bezold. Highlands 1:07.8 2. 

S. Walther. ViUa Madonna _ 1:08.1 .i. 

B. Buchner, Shelbyville 1:08.8 4. 

E. Payne, HopkinsviUe 1:09.2 5. 

M. Muncy, Model 1:11.2 6. 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

N. Cornelison, Model 5:11.0 

L. Rust, Highlands 5:13.0 

M. Gibson, Bourbon County _ 5:13.4 

B. Smith, Model 5:28.2 

B. Williams, HopkinsviUe .. 5:52.3 
V. Peeno, Dixie Heights 5:55.3 

9. 100 Yard Backstroke— 

A. Gibson, Bourbon County . 1:14.9 

M. Klausing. Highlands 1:15.2 

N. Spears, Dixie Heights ... 1:15.8 

L. Roberts, Model 1:18.0 

W. Goff, Villa Madonna 1:19.8 

J. Thorton. HopkinsviUe .._ 1:20.3 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

T. Thompson, Model 1:18.3 

B. Cockerham, Model 1:19.1 

■C. Combs, Model 1:20.4 

D. DeAngelis, Ft. Knox 1:23.8 

K. Combs. Model 1:24.7 

M. Clements. Lexington Cath. 1:25.5 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relav— 
Model (L. Hume. M. Smith. M. 

McKlnnv, M. Muncy) 4:46.2 

Highlands 4:46.2 

Hopkinsville 4:46.4 

Villa Madonna 4:53.2 

Dixie Heights 5:10.3 

Beechwood 5:19.5 



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21 


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25 


32 


12 


27 


12 


28 


26 


24 


246 


Atherton 


22 


26 


16 


11 





1 


16 


11 





27 


22 


152 


Westport 


14 


12 





19 


34 


11 


4 


17 


11 





20 


142 


Henry Clay 


26 


5 


13 


5 


1 


7 


9 


14 


5 


2 


26 


113 


Sacred Hear: 


32 


13 





3 


10 











13 


5 


32 


108 


Seneca 


2 


11 


19 








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30 





17 





107 


Paul Blazer 


24 








12 








12 


7 


21 





10 


86 


F-astern 


20 


1 


12 





3 


13 


18 


2 


7 


1 





77 


Waggener 


4 


4 





13 


11 


4 











15 





51 


Notre Dame 


10 





7 


5 





7 








7 





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6 











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26 


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6 


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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay — 

1. Sacred Heart (N. Campisano, 
D. Cowart, A. Daniels, D. 
Wright) 2:01.4 

2. Henry Clay 2:04.7 

3. Paul Blazer 2:07.5 

4. Atherton 2:08.3 

5. Eastern 2:08.4 

6. Ballard 2:09.7 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. K. Handy, Atherton 2:00.7 

2. D. Epperson, Sacred Heart — 2:05.4 

3. B. Sprigg, Ballard 2:06.6 

4. J. Jutton, Seneca 2:07.5 

5. J. Ray, Atherton 2:08.5 

6. L. Schafer, Ballard 2:17.8 

Handy set a new state record in 

this event with her time of 200.7. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. T. Potts, Atherton 2:16.3 

2. R. Wright, BaUard 2:18.2 

3. J. Durham, Eastern 2:22.7 

4. S. Kessinger, Henry Clay — 2:26.2 

5. K. Estep, Seneca . . .__ 2:32.4 

6. L. Stapleton, Seneca 2:33.0 

Potts set a new state record in this 

event with her time of 2:16.3. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 

1. L. Bethune. Ballard :26.2 

2. M. Hoagland, Waggener :26.2 

3. K. Watson, Paul Blazer :26.8 



4. L. Amick, Atherton _. 

5. S. Neumann, Westport 

6. L. Selden, Ballard ._- 



:27.1 4. J. Rav, Atherton 4:32,6 

:27.2 5. S. Kessinger, Henry Clay ___ 4:33.9 
:27.8 6. L. Schafer, Ballard 4:55.7 



5. Fancy Diving — 

M. Bridgers, Westport 413.05 

S. Peters, Westport 399.55 

G. Palmieri, Ballard 374.60 

L. Paine, Waggener 345.70 

B. Ericksen, Sacred Heart _ 301.30 



6. M. Troutman, Ballard 286.95 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

1. P. Borah. Seneca 1:03.1 

2. L. Sexton, Eastern 1:09.1 

3. L. Stapleton, Seneca 1:09,2 

4. M. Parks, Westport 1:09.2 

5. L. Moore, Bowling Green 1:12.7 

e. J. Scott. Ballard 1:13.8 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle — 

1. K. Handy, Atherton :55.3 

2. L. Bethune, Ballard :57.8 

3. K. Watson. Paul Blazer :59.5 

4. J. Scott. Ballard 1:00.9 

5. C. Oakley, Eastern 1:04.6 

6. I. Jones, Henry Clay 1:05.3 

Handy set a new state record in 

this event with her time of :55.3. 

8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

1. P. Borah, Seneca 4:22.0 

2. J. Jutton, Seneca 4:28.2 

3. S. Neumann, Westport 4:29.2 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke- 



Wright, Ballard 

Campisano, Sacred Heart 

Remicli, Paul Blazer 

Henderson, Westport 

Nesbitt. Ballard 

S. Craft, Paul Blazer 

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10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

1. T. Potts, Atherton 1:10.2 

2. B. Sprigg, Ballard 1:13.6 

3. M. Tierney, Waggener 1:17.9 

4. J. Schroering. Atherton 1:18.1 

5. K. Estep. Seneca 1:18.9 

e, P. Kalember, Ballard 1:19.1 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay— 

1. Sacred Heart (D. Eperson, A. 
Daniels, D. Cowart, D. 

Wright) 3:56.8 

2. Henry Clay 4:05.1 

3. BaUard 4:09.2 

4. Atherton 4:10.0 

5. Westport 4:25.6 

6. Tates Creek 4:28.2 

Sacred Heart set a new state record 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1971 



1971 ANNUAL MEETING 

(Continued from page One) 

By-Law to read as follows; "Member schools 
whose athletic teams are composed of 20 percent 
participants or more (based on the numljer in- 
cluded on the official school eligibility list for a 
given sport and who play regularly in that sport), 
who reside outside the public school district with- 
in which the member school is geographically lo- 
cated are not eligible for district, regional or state 
championships of the association in any sport." 
Proposal V 

Prin. Paul Trimble (Paintsville H.S.) proposes 
that the By-Laws be amended to provide that all 
official timers and scorers shall be responsible 
and capable adults, with a minimum age of 21 
years. 

Proposal VI 

Prin. William D. Snodgrass (Livermore H.S.) 
proposes that Section 12 be added to By-Law 29, 
to read as follows: "Any official who receives five 
ratings of poor during any one season from five 
different member schools shall be classified no 
higher than a registered official for the following 
season. On the second violation the official's reg- 
istaration shall be cancelled for one year." 
Proposal VII 

Prin. Cv Greene (Owen County H.S.) proposes 
that the By-Laws be amended to provide that the 
visiting schools in football and basketball employ 
and pay the officials. 

The State Gymnastics Meet 

The Iroquois High School and the Tales Creek 
High School won respectively boys" and girls' 
state championships in gymnastics during the 1971 
K.H.S.A..^. State Gymnastics Meet, held in Lex- 
ington on February 20, 1971. 

Total points scored by the Iroquois team were 
81.9. The Tates Creek High School was second 
with 74.9. In the girls' meet the Tates Creek High 
School scored 73. .2 points. The Moore High School 
was second with 73.0. U K. Staff member James 
Nance, a member of K H.S.A.A. Gymnastics Com- 
mittee, was manager of the meet. 

Five schools entered teams in the boys' division. 
They were: Irocmois. Tates Creek, Bryan Station, 
Lafayette, and Henry Clay. There were sixteen 
schools represented in the girls' division. They 
were: Tates Creek. Moore. Angela Merici. Butler. 
Doss, Piussell, Ashland, Bryan Station. Iroquois, 
Atherton. Henry Clay. Mt. Sterling, Lafayette, 
Seneca Male, and Paris. 

Results of the Meet 

BOYS 

Final Team Totals 

d) Iroquois, 81.9 (2) Tates Creek, 74.9; (3) Bryan 
Station. R5.15; (4) Lafayette, 31.95; (5) Henry Clay, 
12.9. 

KEY 

I-Iroquois: TC Tates Creek; BS-Bryan Station; 
L-Lafayette; HS-Hcrry Clay 



Wides (TC); 3. Mike Ledbetter (I). 

Free-Exercise — 1. Derrick Johnson (BS); 2. Don 
Watkins (I); 3. Steve Wides (TC). 

Side Horse — 1. Don Watkins (I); 2. Tim Ledbet- 
ter (I); 3. Bill Kerley (TC). 

Horizontal Bar — 1. Danny Pulce (I); 2. Robert 
Thomas (I); 3. Steve Wides (TC). 

Parallel Bars — 1. Don Watkins (I); 2. Kevin 
Buster (TC); 3. Mike Ledbetter (I). 

Still Rings — 1. Steve Wides (TC); 2. Don Wat- 
kins (I); 3. Bill Kerley (TC). 

Vaulting — 1. Derrick Johnson (BS); 2. Don 
Watkins (I); 3. Steve Wides (TC). 

Trampoline — 1. Derrick Johnson (BS); 2. La- 
mont Lawson (BS): 3. David Brewer (HC). 

Tumbling — 1. Derrick Johnson (BS); 2. Mike 
Ledbetter (I); 3. Jimmy Brown (BS). 

GIRLS 

Final Team Totals 

(1) Tates Creek, 73.2; (2) Moore, 73.0; (3) Angela 
Merici, 61.10; (4) Butler. 53.5; (5) Doss, 51.0; (6) 
Russell, 46.7; (7) Ashland, 46.2; (8) Bryan Station, 
45.7; (9) Iroquois, 41.4; (10) Atherton, 36.2; (11) 
Henry Clav, 35.2; (12) Mt. Sterling, 32.8; (13) 
Lafayette, 31.8; (14) Seneca, 25.4; (15) Male, 22.1; 
(16) Paris, 13.8. 



KEY 

TC-Tates Creek; Mo-Moore; AM- Angela Merici; 
B-Butler; D-Do.ss; R-Russell, A-Ashland; BS- 
Bryan Station; I-Iroquois; At-Atherton; HC-Henry 
Clay: MS-Mt. Sterling; L-Lafayette; S-Seneca; 
Ma-Male: P-Paris. 



Individual Events 

All-Around — 1. Vickie Greenwell (AM); 2. 
Karen Matausch (AM); 3. Kathy Kincer (TC). 

Balance Beam — 1. Vickie Greenwell (AM); 1. 
Kathy Kincer (TC): 3. Karen Matausch (AM). 

Free Exercise — 1. Karen Matausch (AM); 2. 
Vickie Greenwell (AM); 3. Kathy Kincer (TC). 

Side Horse Vault — 1. Karen Matausch (AM); 2. 
Debbie Smith (B): 3. Vickie Greenwell (AM). 

Uneven Parallel Bars — 1, Vickie Greenwell 
(AM): 2. Kathy Kincer (TC); 3. Connie Roeder (I). 

Trampoline — 1. Jeannie Ship (D); 1. Becky 
Johnson (A); 3. Dottie Frith (HC). 

Tumbhng — ]. Sallv Walker (S); 2. Kathy Kin- 
cer (TC): 3. Nancy Carter (A). 



K.H.S.A.A. State Track Meets 

Classes A and AA, Girls and Boys 

Order of Track Events 



All-Around 



Individual Events 
- 1. Don Watkins (I); 2. Steve 



(This order should be 

meets) 

440 Yd. Relay — Girls 

50 Yd. Hurdles — Girls 
120 Yd. Hurdles — Boys 
100 Yd. Dash — Girls 
too Yd. Da.sh — Boys 
Mile Run — Boys 
880 Yd. Relay — Girls 
880 Yd. Relay — Boys 
440 Yd. Dash — Girls 
440 Yd. Dash — Boys 

80 Yd. Hurdles — Girls 



followed in the regional 

180 Yd. Hurdles — Boys 
880 Yd. Med. Relay — 

Girls 
880-Yd. Run — Boys 
880 Yd. Run — Girls 
220 Yd. Dash — Girls 
220 Yd. Dash — Boys 
Two Mile Run — • Boys 
50 Yd. Dash — Girls 
Mile Relay — Girls 
Mile Relay — Boys 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1971 



Page Eleven 



OWENSBORO— SEMI-FINALIST 
1971 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Steve Henry, William Johnson, Ken Higgs, Ray Ford, 
Terry Tyler. Second Row: Rodney Berry, Rodney Leachman, Frank Riley, Steve Payne, 
Jerry Thruston, Henry Kuykendall, Doran Maddox, Steve Maddox, David Schell. 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Baseball Officials 

(List compiled April 1) 

It one telephone number is ^ven for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is that of the home 
phone. 
Adams, Jack, 6109 Fern Court, Fern Creek, 239-8123. 

637-5591 
Aikms. John Craig. 63 Hollv Lane. Princeton, 365-2694 
Allen. Kirbv, 2379 Pierson Drive. Lexington. 299-2329 (Bus.) 
Allen. Thomas E.. Rt. S2. Vine Grove, 828-3812, 422-3214 
Allie. Bert E.. 712 GiUev Street. FLatwoods, 836-6538 
Allison. Dennis C, 201 CUffwav Drive, Carhsle, 289-2293 
Amburgev, Manuel. Letcher. 633-7021. 633-2524. 
Atchison. Jim. Rt. 2, Dry Ridge, 824-5877 
Battoe. Darrvl Stevan, 2626 Meadow Drive, Louisville, 

458-2380 
Baumarm, Wilbur H., 103 Center Street, Newport, 431-7034, 

261-3710 
Beach. Donald G., ^51 Kellv Vance, Bowling Green, 

781-1185. 586-4451 
Beach. WilUam L., Jr., Rt. 3. Box 93, Franklin, 586-8682, 

586-4451 
Beam. Joseph P., 510 N. 2nd, Bardstown, 348-3585 
BersagUa. Ron. Bulan. 436-4891 
Booker. James M., St. Rt. 42168, BrownsviUe, 597-3449, 

749-2665 
Bosse. William J., Jr., 3306 Roger Street, Covington. 

291-8765 
Bouse. Robert M., 452 Boone Trail, Danville, 236-2192 
Branstetter, Charles Elwood, 115 Kathleen Avenue, Horse 

Cave. 786-2032, 524-5211 
Brause. Allan R.. 859 W. N. Bend Road, Apt. 210, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio 
Brumback, Randy, Rt. zi-i. Owenton, 484-2021 
Burton, Joe Edward, Box 54, 2825 Lexington Road, Louis- 
ville. 897-4487 
Butcher. Douglas. Box 14, Meallv. 789-5553. 789-5301 
Callis, Herbert D., 1646 E. 17th St.. Bowling Green. 842- 

2348. 842-5351 
Cappel, WilUam F., 822 Perry Street, Covington, 431-0232, 

721-8070 
Centers, Mike, Box 60, Hagerhill, 297-3637 
Charles. James R.. 15 Cook. Winchester, 744-5296, 255-7991 
Chasteen, Earl, 109 Tavlor Drive, Cynthiana, 234-4897, 

987-2240 
Cherry, Robert Lee. Jr., 1063 Redwood Drive, Lexington, 

252-7442. 252-3212 



ChiUon, Edwin L,. Box 380. HopkinsviUe. 886-5433 
Chinn, Clvde. 333 27th Street. Ashland, 324-5245, 325-4777 
ColUns, WiUiam E., Jr.. MiUwood. 879-6261 
Combs. Edward T.. 2708 Kenwood Drive. Hopklnsville, 

886-1882. 886-1882 
Cook. Raymond. Crestwood. 241-4083. 241-8459 
Crooks. Bobby Evans. 109 Mernwood Parkway, Hopkins- 
viUe. 886-8751 
Cummins. Howard. 322 Soutli Bagly Avenue, Louisville. 

895-1015. 893-5524 
Cunningham. Bobby R., Box 55. PikeviUe, 432-1528 
Daniel, Robert W.. Lot =44, Bogle Trailer Pk., Bowling 

Bowling. 842-4607 
Dauohertv, Roger F., 210 E. McLaughlm, MadisonviUe, 

821-6676 
Decker. Dennis L.. 2504 Memorial Parkway, Fort Thomas, 

441-7434 441-8393 
Delk, WiUi'am L., 614 Church Street, Ludlow, 261-8571, 

431-6151 
Dickison, Ruddie L.. R. R. =5. Olive HUl, 286-2194 
Duckworth. Jimmy, 515 Parker Street, Cumberland, 589- 

4628, 589-4590 
Dwver. James E., Jr.. 5208 Russett Blvd., =1, LouisviUe, 

964-0426 
Fannin. Charles E.. Rt. 2. Box 154. Catlettsburg, 739-5221 
Farley. Reed A., 1954 Wickland Drive, Lexington, 299-0696, 

233-2000. Ext. 2193 
Feeback. Samuel W.. R.R. 2. Box 3. Cyntliiana, 234-2385 
Flvnn, Joseph L.. 917 Main Street. Pans, 987-3637. 987-1395 
Ford. Eddie. 104 Tenace Drive. Mayfield. 247-4409. 382-2336 
Fowler, Mickey Joel. 116 MoeUght Drive, HopkinsviUe, 

845-8469 
Gaskln, Donald W., Lake Cumb. State Park, Jamestown, 

343-7311, Ext. 25 
Glass. Frank. Jr.. 2004 Deauville Drive, Lexington, 255- 

1798 
Goff, Cecil. Rt. 2. Leitchfield. 259-3980. 259-4175 
Grace, Garland, 116 Jolinston. HopkinsviUe, 886-1469 
Gray, Kennetlr Bruce. 222 Bemis-Lawrence. Bowling 

Green. 738-5296. 745-3089 
Gwvnn, Frederick L.. 8703 Fernyiew Drive. Louisville, 

239-8967. 582-3711. Ext. 708 
Hall. Michael L., Box 165. Beechmont. 476-8555 
Hammons. Robert Lewis. Crab Orchard 
Hawkins, David S., R. R. -2. Box 300A, New Riclvmond, 

Ohio, 553-4494 
HendrLx, Jack, 415 S. Mill, London, 864-2075, 864-7371 
Herbert. Jesse L., Special Services, Ft. Knox. 942-3517. 

624-4033 
Herrick, Calvin P., Jr., 200 S. Arnold .'Avenue, Prestons- 

burg, 886-3494. 886-2311 



Pase Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1971 



Hicks. Gene. Box 285. Jericho Road. LaGran.ee, 222-1922, 

222-1336 
Holbrook Earl. West Liberty. 743-4135. 743-3705 
Hord Ronnie D.. Box 74. Campbellsville. 465-5871. 465-7771 
Hurst Terrv. 416 Kentucky Court, Lexington, 266-2672 
Johnson. Lerov. Lamb. 434-2294, 427-2611 
Jones, Robert. Rt. 2. Princeton. 365-3110 
Joseph. Hershel. South Lake Drive. Prestonsburg. 886-6i42 
Kasev Mike 220 Springwood Drive. Henderson. 827-2282, 

826-3733 ^ , . .,, 

Ka'sperski Harrv W.. 3652 B. Fincastle Road. Louisville, 

451-1051. 582-5217 
Kearns Meredith Wavne. 216 N. Miller Street. Cynthiana. 

234-2297. 234-1100 
Kellv Larrv 2111 Millside Drive. Louisville. 425-6913 
Kincli Marvin N.. 104 Woodlawn Drive. Somerset. 679- 

3690. 678-8191 
Kovacs Paul M.. 4441 Dver Avenue. Louisville. 964-ao56. 

587-1121. Ext. 260 
Kuerzi Alfred M.. 6811 Creston. Louisville, 93o-9490 
Lamb 'james Garv. 220 Dell Drive. Hopkinsville. 886-8oo2 
Lambert. Irvin. 5110 Rural Way. Louisville. 969-4718. 

582-5504 
Lewis Clarence Randall. 136 Virginia Avenue. Lexing- 
ton, 239-7359, 254-8474 . 
Lewis. Dennis. 510 N. 4th. Bardstown. 348-9269. 348-o913 
Lile Clvde F.. 429 Henderson Drive. Hopkinsville. 880- 

5584. 886-4463 . . 

Link Jesse W Rt 3. Box 169. Franklin. 586-641D. ci8b-64lD 
Livers Joseph L.. Jr.. Rt. 1. Lebanon. 692-2600. 257-3415 
Logsdon. Charles. 550 Gates Road. Elizabethtown.. 769- 

2253. 765-2144 
Lutz, Robeit D.. 917':; S. 6th. Ironton. Ohio, d32-8o6,. 

532-0447 
McDonald. Walter Dixon. R. R. 7, Marion. 965-3447. 965- 

2248 
Mcintosh. Charles. Rt. 3. Shelbyville. 633-4690. 633-3831 
McKuinev Tonv. Rt. 6. Morgantown. 526-4698. 526-4698 
McMillan. ' Ronald R.. 132 Myrtle Avenue. Frankfort. 875- 

4829. 875-4829 
McMiUan. Larrv L.. Rt. 3, Box 71. Crestwood, 241-8998, 

222-9461 
McQuearv, Ralph, Box 381, Columbia. 384-2290, 384-2751 
Markham. Stan. 1909 21st Street. Bowling Green. 781-2379. 

842-1674 
Martin. Roger K.. Park City. 749-8425. 749-2860 
Maxev. Richard E.. P. O. Box 444. London, 864-7558. 

864-7301 
Meredith. M. Kenneth. 9905 Stonestreet Road, LouisvLlle. 

935-4607, 634-1551. Ext. 296 
Meredith. Thomas Louis. Chalet Village, Apt. 227, Louis- 
ville, 447-1120 
Mitchell, Edward. Box 41. Park City. 749-8401. 651-2398 
Morgeson. James R.. 225 N. Forrest Street. Lebanon. 

692-2846 
Morris. Elton Dean. R. R. 2. Edrnonton. 432-5231. 432-4674 
MuUins Arthur. Elkhorn City. 7o4-4041. 754-7981 
Murphv. David Garv. 227 College Street, Lebanon 
Nash. Llovd Rav. 2700 S. Daviess. Owensboro. 683-5871. 

684-6211 
Owens. Rov. Rt. 4. Box 71. London. 864-7489 
Pardue Eugene. Box 33. Cloverport. 788-6519. 788-3388 
Pierson. Oscar. Owenton. 484-3303. 434-3878 
Powers. Clark. 203 Houston Avenue. Paris. 624-3641. 

624-2214 
P'Pool. Steven Keith. Rt. 4, Princeton. 365-5968 
Prather. Lee R.. R. R. 1. Duncan Avenue. LaGrange. 

222-9304 
Prather. Vernon. Owenton. 484-5119. 484-5509 
Reece. Donald Allen. Edmonton. 432-2975. 745-2753 
Reid. Don. 711 East Market. Princeton. 365-9502 
Rhodes. Don. 517' E. Farren Avenue. Earlmgton, 383-5292, 

821-4780 
Rigon, Dennis. 268 Sunnvhill Drive. Campbellsville. 46d- 

5584. 692-3883 
Rilev. James D.. Rt. 7. Bowling Green. 843-6700 
Rison. Johnny B.. 197 3rd Street. Ravenna. 723-2852. 

723-4240 
Robbins. Michael Joseph, 778 Jimae. Independence. 356- 

2209, 381-1880 
Robertson. Julian. Rt. 1. Germantown. 724-3202 
Rodgers. Billy Gerald. Gen. Del.. Farmington. 345-2110 
Rogers. Michael Alan. 907 N. Elm Street, Hopkinsville, 

886-6080 
Rudolph Phillip L.. 636 Madisonville Street. Princeton. 

365-6344. 365-3435 
Ruhe. R. Douglas. 5856 Renee Court. Cincinnati. Ohio. 

.541-6574, 251-2400. Ext. 312 
Russell. JeralJ W.. Broadhurst Manor 19. Wilmore, 858-3401 
Sargent, Steven F., HHC USATC. Ft. Campbell. 798-6205, 

698-6205 
Sa.vlor. Arthur L.. 414 Hevwood. ouisville, 637-7301, 

637-3940 
Saviors. Carlee. Rt. 6. Murray, 753-7979. 474-2727 
Sharp. Jerry W., 121 S. 21st Street, Middlesboro. 248-1162, 

248-2930 

Sharp. Ronnie. 115 Chester Avenue, Middlesboro, 248- 
3916. 337-3093 



Shetler. Vernon G.. 114 Sunset Place, Covington, 581-9136 
Shi.op, David E.. 16 E. Southgate Avenue, Ft, Thomas, 

?81-llb3, 635-2911 
Sipes, Robert L.. Jr.. Box 351. Irvington, 547-5511 
Slone. Burgen, Rt. 2, Box 128, Catlettsburg. 739-5386 
Smith. Wa.^ne N.. 313 Beechwood Drive, Campbellsville. 

465-52G8. 384-2751 
Stacy. John L.. 207 Parkill Blvd.. West Liberty, 743-3158 
Stanley. O. A.. Belcner. 754-8567 

Statham. Richard. R.F.D. 4. Hickman. 236-2641, 236-2539 
Stivers. Franklin. Rt. 6, Box 156, London, 864-2356 
Stout, Kenneth E.. Box 591, 2825 Lexington Avenue, 

Louisville, 897-4373, 897-4373 
Stratton, Robert J.. Glen and Eastview. ShelbvviUe. 633- 

3816. 633-1612 
Stratton. Robert Wa^me. 5416 Ripple. Louisville, 968-4229, 

583-0248 
Streible, Howard P.. Rt. 3, Box 209, Shelb\-ville, 633-4374, 

451-2372 
Streible, Ronnie David, 306 Chervl Avenue. Vine Grove, 

377 5891. 935-1345 
Strohofer. Raymond A.. 3360 Key West Drive. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 931-0577. 861-1177 
Suhr. George C. 422 Kingston Avenue. Louisville. 363-4225 
Sullivan, iloward R.. Ill Evergreen, Lawrenceburg, 839- 

■3177, 748-5180 
Swarts. Joseph, 135 Lane Street, Coal Grove, Ohio 
Swinford. Ja.iies W.. 5502 Oak Creek Lane. Fern Creek. 

239-0055. 448-2761. Ext. 222 
Tarter, Lovd. 205 Allison. Greenville. 338-3590. 338-4631 
Thomas. Paul E.. P.O. Box 435A. Frankhn Furnace. Ohio, 

574-5766, 532-1882 
Thompson, James R., Rt. 1, RussellviUe, 726-7448, 539-7711 
Thornton, Brvce C , 1115 Forest Court, AsMand, 325-3646, 

928-6414 
Upton, Leon, Rt. 1. Greensburg. 932-5174. 932-4996 
Vincent. Dale. 400 W. 4th Street. Central City 
Vincent. Jesse C. 308 Fairview Street. Greenville, 338-4740 
Walker, Joe D.. East Cedar Street. Franklin. 586-4451 

(Bus.) 
Wells. James M.. 322 Bays Avenue, Morehead, 784-5781, 

345-2551, Ext. 272 
White. John Carroll, 243 E. 4th Street. Lexington, 254-3658 
Wliitehouse. Sidney T.. Rt. 3. Lebanon. 692-4080 
'.Vhitmer. George Wendall. Jr.. 2210 Donna Blvd., Louisville 
Wiley, Michael J.. 324 3rd Street. Paintsville 
Wilhams. Bobbv G.. East View. 862-4664. 862-3924 
Williams. Michael. 172 High Street. Lebanon. 692-2242 
Williams. Willie H., 216 Warnock Street, Lexington, 254- 

4359, 252-3212 
Wiseman, M-^lvin, 410 Broadwav, Irvine. 723-2836. 723-9936 
Withers. Hobert. Jr.. 615 N. College Street. Somerset. 678- 

457C. 678-4741 
Wolford. W. D.. Rt. 1. Campbellsville, 465-5459, 465-8880 
Worsham, Rav, R. R. 1. Monticello. 561-4300. 348-3106 
Wvatt. William T.. Box 875, Bowling Green, 843-8098. 

842-9431 
Wvlie. Wavne T.. 737 Lakeview. Lexington. 254-3055, 252- 

2312. Ext. North Station 
Zibart. Sig. 8905 Pine Lake Drive. Louisville. 267-7990. 587- 

1121. Ext 506 

DON'T QUIT 

When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, 
\\Tien the road you're trudging seems all uphill. 
When the funds are low and the debts ai-e high, 
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh. 
When care is pressing you down a bit — 
Rest if you must, but don't you quit. 
Life is queer with its twists and turns, 
As everyone of us sometimes learns, 
And many a fellow turns about 
When he might have won had he stuck it out. 
Don't give up tliough the pace seems slow — 
You may succeed with another blow. 
Often the goal is nearer than 
It seems to a faint and faltering man; 
Often the struggler has given up 
When he might have captured the victor's cup; 
.^.nd he learned too late when the night came down, 
Hov/ close he was to the golden crown. 
Success is failure turned inside out — 
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt. 
And you never can tell how close you are, 
It ma.v be near when it seems afar; 
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit, • — 
It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit. 

— Author Unknown 



SINCE WE PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ABOUT 
50% OF THE SCHOOLS IN THE STATE, WE 
DO HAVE A COMMERCIAL INTEREST IN 
THE ACADEMIC AND ATHLETIC PRO- 
GRAMS OF ALL OUR SCHOOLS. 

BUT OUR REAL INTEREST IS MUCH DEEP- 
ER. WE ARE VITALLY CONCERNED THAT 
GOOD CITIZENSHIP, A SPIRIT OF FAIR 
PLAY, AND A REAL SENSE OF PERSONAL 
RESPONSIBILITY BE INSTILLED IN THE 
YOUTH OF OUR DAY. 

WE BELIEVE THESE ARE THE QUALITIES 
THAT HAVE MADE AMERICA GREAT, AND 
ARE THANKFUL FOR OUR SCHOOLS AS 
THEY WORK TO CONTINUE THAT 
GREATNESS. 



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MALE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1971 





(Left to Right) Kneeling in Front: Greg Simms, Bill Gordon, Clay 
Woodward, Charles Duncan, Robert Shackleford. Second Row: Ass't Coach 
Melvin Green, Lonnie McAfee, Wes Cox, Henry Huskey, Larry Haralson, 
Clarence Childers, Marvin Bowman, Greg Bedford, Coach Jim Huter. 






Official Organ of tiie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



MAY. 1971 




HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM 
KENTUCKY CLASS AA CHAMPION— 1971 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Kevin McGee, Greg Neal, Dave Buchert, Greg Ruehl, Curt 
Dupont, John Meyer, Rick Schuh, Steve Steinman, Mark Ravenscrafl, Dave Harper, Doug 
Schulte. Second Row: Coach Faeth, Jeff Miller, Don Mettens, Ron Otto, Lance Dosch, Dick 
Rice, Randy Daley, Bob Haas, Dave Simpson, Matt Lukens, Chuck Reed, Steve Hassman, 
Keith Pryse. Third Row: Dan Farrell, Dick Dierig, Rusty Hallett, Chuck Heilman, Allen 
Harper, Steve Lunsford, Co-Capt. Scott Miller, Co-Capt. Mark Wilson, Paul King, Matt 
Mignerey, Mike Blades, Ken Pendery, Doug Crooks. 



BALLARD HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM 
KENTUCKY CLASS AAA CHAMPION— 1971 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Laura Schafer, Karen Watkins, Jan Scott, Lee Bethune, 
Gail Palmieri, Alice Nickens, Alice Semonin, Second Row: Sally Schmilt, Carolyn Regan, 
Debbie Hanson, Judy Morrison, Patty Gibson, Mary Troutman, Leslie Selden, Dawn Day. 
Third Row: Coach Bob Hartye, Jill Scott, Nancy Nesbitt, Patty Kalember, Judy Scott, Coe 
Cribbs, Anne Cook, Karen Mortberg, Patty McDonald, Terry Lewis, Beth Sprigg, Robin Wri 
ght. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXIII— NO. 10 



MAY, 1971 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of the Annual Meeting 

The fifty-fourth annual meeting of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association was held 
at Convention Center, Louisville, on Thursday 
afternoon, April 15, 1971. 

President Don Davis called the meeting to or- 
der at 3:00, and asked the Commissioner to fcall 
the roll. Fifty-six regularly elected delegates and 
alternates answered the roll call. 

James A. PursifuU moved, seconded by Bow- 
man Davenport, that the minutes of the 1970 
meeting of the Assembly, which had been sent 
previously to all member schools, be approved 
without being read. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Sanford then gave a report on 
the activities of the Association during the 1970- 
71 school year. (The report of the Comjnissioner 
appears elsewhere in this issue of the magazine). 

President Davis announced the election to the 
Board of Control of Prin. W. P. Wheeler (Daviess 
County H.S.) and William C. Doan (Harrison 
County H.S.), to represent respectively Sections 
2 and 5. Mr. Wheeler was present at the meeting, 
and was recognized. 

President Davis stated that consideration of 
proposals was the next order of business. 

John H. Branson moved, seconded by W. W. 
Chumbler, that Proposal I, providing that the 
Board of Control be increased in number to ten 
members, be tabled. The motion failed to carry 
by a vote of 23-26. 

Brother Kirby Boone moved, seconded by 
Byron H. Bell, that Proposal I be adopted. The 
motion failed to carry by a vote of 10-35. 

Henry E. Resch moved, seconded by Paul E. 
Kerrick, that Proposal II, providing that each 
delegate and alternate to the Delegate Assembly 
must be a high school principal, be adopted. The 
motion carried by a vote of 44-6. 

Henry E. Resch moved, seconded by Paul E. 
Kerrick, that Proposal III, providing that only 
the principal of an accredited K.H.S.A.A. mem- 
ber school shall be eligible for membership on 
the Board of Control, be adopted. The motion 
carried by a vote of 43-8. 

Richard A. Williams moved, seconded by Clyde 
T. Lassiter, that Proposal IV, making certain 
changes in eligibility requirements for pupils of 
private and parochial schools, be tabled. The 
motion carried by a vote of 51-1. 

Clyde T. Lassiter moved, seconded by James 
A. PursifuU, that Proposal V, setting up certain 
requirements for official timers and scorers be 
tabled. The motion failed to carry by a vote of 
13-43. 

Joe Ohr moved, seconded by Andrew J. Fultz, 
that Proposal V be adopted. By a vote of 31-15 
the proposal was amended to provide that the 
qualifications for timers and scorers apply only 
to officials used in varsity athletic contests. The 
vote was then taken on the amended proposal. 
The proposal failed to carry by a vote of 15-36. 

W. W. Chumbler moved, seconded by Joe Ohr, 
that Proposal VI. providing for the reclassifica- 
tion of registered officials under certain condi- 
tions, be tabled. The motion failed to carry by 
a vote of 14-27. 



Bobby Green moved, seconded by Harry K. 
Hardin, that Proposal VI be adopted. The motion 
failed to carry by a vote of 18-38. 

John H. Branson moved, seconded by Paul E. 
Kerrick, that Proposal VII, providing that the 
visiting schools in football and basketball employ 
and pay the officials, be tabled. The motion was 
carried by a vote of 40-11. 

Permission was given Secretary Joe Ohr of 
the Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
to present a proposal providing that schools par- 
ticipating in football be allowed to schedule 
twenty-six basketball games. Keith P. Eiken 
moved, seconded by Bowman Davenport, that the 
proposal be adopted. The vote in favor of the 
motion was 26-23. but this was not the two- 
thirds vote necessary to amend the by-laws, and 
the proposal was declared lost. 

James O. Gatewood moved, seconded by Wil- 
liam D. Bruce, Jr., that permission be given for 
consideration of a proposal to substitute "board- 
ing school" for "military school" in the second 
sentence of K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 36. The motion 
for consideration of the proposal was favorable 
by a vote of 45-1. Dr. William T. Simpson, Pres- 
ident of K.M.I, was given permission to speak for 
the proposal. James O. (ijatewood moved, sec- 
onded by Clyde T. Lassiter, that the proposal be 
adopted. The motion was carried by a vote of 
50-0. 

William D. Bruce, Jr. was given permission 
to present a proposal, suggested by Director J. C. 
Cantrell to the Board of Control during a meet- 
ing held on March 18, 1971, to the effect that the 
Board of Control be composed of nine members, 
one of whom shall be from Jefferson County. He 
moved, seconded by Keith P. Eiken, that the pro- 
posal be adopted. The motion failed to carry bv 
a vote of 10-39. 

John H. Branson moved, seconded by W. W. 
Chumbler, that the meeting be declared ad.iourn- 
ed. The motion was carried. 

The dinner meeting of the Association was 
held in the Ballroom of the Seelbach Hotel at 
6:00 P.M., with some 400 school administrators 
and coaches present. 

Recipient of the Game Guy Award was Rick 
Smith of the Ludlow High School. Presentation 
of the award was made by Board President Don 
Davis. 

The address of the evening was given by 
Executive Secretary Bernie Saggau of the Iowa 
High School Athletic Association. Mr. Saggau 
spoke on the impact that good high school ath- 
letic programs may make on our times if they are 
well administered and directed by dedicated ad- 
ministrators and coaches. His address was well 
received. 

1970-71 ANNUAL REPORT 

(Presented to the Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred forty-eight schools have joined 
the Association during the 1970-71 school year. 
This number compares with 358 members last 
.year. 

Financial reports filed by the sixteen regional 
basketball tournament managers show total re- 
ceipts of $245,765.85. District receipts were $311,- 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1971 



VOL. XXXIII— NO. 10 



MAY, 1971 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, Le.xlngton, Ky. 40501 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor THEO. A. SANFORD 

Ajslstant Editor - J. B. MANSFIELD 

Aisislant Editor - - — BILLY V. WISE 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Lexington. Ky. 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President Don Davis (1967-1971), Fort Thomas 

VlceJ>resident W. H. Crowdus (1968.1971), Franklin 

Directors— J. C. CantreU (1970-1974), VaUey Station; 
Morton Combs (1968-1972), Carr Creek; James T. Dotson 
(1968-1972), Pikeville; Lee T. Mills (1969-1973), Frankfort; 
Richard Vincent (1969-1973), Morganfleld; Roy L. Wm- 
chester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1970-71 Basketball Participation List 
(Eligibility) 

School's Report on Basketball Officials 

Official's Report on School (Basketball) 



Attention, Principals! 

Approximately 100 principals of K.H.S.A.A. 
member schools have not as yet filed requests this 
school year for their insurance subsidies. If the 
school is underwriting all or part of insurance 
protection for its athletes, the Boai'd of Control 
will allow a maximum credit or refund of $60.00 
to each school for "all sports except football," 
and an additional credit or refund of $40 to each 
school maintaining a football team. Principals of 
schools which qualify for the credit or refund 
should write for reimbursement forms at once. 

Attention, Officials! 

The registration period for K.H.S.A.A. officials 
is and has been for several years the same as the 
Association fiscal year, namely July-June. Ad- 
vance applications for registration in foot- 
ball and basketball are not now being accepted. 
Previouslv' registered officials in these sports will 
receive their renewal application cards at some 
time during the summer months after the new 
National Federation publications have been re- 
ceived in the State Office. Previously registered 
officials should not send in their renewal fees un- 
til they receive these cards. 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Thursday morning, April 15, 1971. 
The meeting was called to order by President 
Don Davis at 9:30, with Board members Morton 
Combs, 'W. H. Crowdus, Lee T. Mills, Richard 
■Vincent, Roy L. 'Winchester: Commissioner Theo. 
A. Sanford, and Assistant Commissioners J. B. 
Mansfield and Billy "V. 'Wise present. The invoca- 
tion was given by \V. H. Crowdus. 

Roy L. Winchester moved, seconded by Rich- 
ard A'^incent. that the reading of the minutes of 
the March 18th meeting be waived since members 
of the Board had received copies of these min- 
utes. The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that attendance at 
the 1971 State Basketball Tournament for the 
eight sessions was 126,299, this being somewhat 
lower than the attendance for 1970. He reported. 



however, that receipts had held up well, total 
ticket sales for 1971 being $241,507.50. He stated 
that tournament expenses were greater, one of 
the items being greater due to the lodging ar- 
rangements made for the teams. He further stated 
that the new lodging plan keeping the teams in 
several different lodging places had found favor 
with the school representatives, and would pos- 
sibly be continued in the future with Board ap- 
proval. 

The Commissioner reported the need for bas- 
ketball redistricting in three areas. After a dis- 
cussion concerning redistricting requests, Rich- 
ard 'Vincent moved, seconded by 'W. H. Crowdus, 
that the Board for 1971-72 redistrict as follows: 
The Dawson Spi'ings High School is to be moved 
from District 8 to District 7, the Lexington Cath- 
olic High School is to be moved from i)istrict 43 
to District 41, and the Lewis County High School 
is to be moved from District 39 to District 62. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

Chainnan Tom Mills of the Building Commit- 
tee reported that bids on the new K.H.S.A.A. Of- 
fice Building are to be opened on April 29 at 
2:00 P.M., the place being the present K.H.S.A.A. 
Building. He moved, seconded by Richard 'Vin- 
cent, that the Building Committee be given au- 
thority to act in the matter of accepting or re- 
jecting the lowest and best bid, with the request 
that other Board members not on the committee 
be present at the meeting if this is at all possible. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner stated that it was the opin- 
ion of the Gymnastics Committee members that 
at least two re.gional meets in gymnastics, to 
screen participants in the state meet, be held in 
1971-72, assuming that interest continues to in- 
crease in this sport. The Commissioner presented 
suggested rules and regulations for both regional 
and state meets in g^'mnastics, to be made a part 
of regulations to be adopted by the Board of Con- 
trol for the sport. Roy L. 'Winchester moved, sec- 
onded by 'W. H. Crowdus, that the Gymnastics 
Rules and Regulations prepared by the Gymnas- 
tics Committee and the Commissioner be adopted 
by the Board and printed in the 1971-72 booklet. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner read a letter from Secre- 
taiT-Treasurer Joe Ohr of the Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association, requesting sanction 
of the All-Star basketball and football games for 
1972 and 1973. 'W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded 
by Tom Mills, that the reauest of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association be granted. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

The Conin issioner stated that he had placed 
the 'Warf'-;d and Pikeville high schools on pro- 
bation Iwr a period of one year for violation of 
the Association's Sportsmanship Rule on March 
12, 1971, during the 15th regional basketball tour- 
nament. He stated that fighting had broken out 
between representatives of the two schools some 
twenty-five seconds before the end of the fourth 
quarter, causing the officials to terminate the 
ball game. Two 'Warfield players were suspended 
from athletic competition for the remainder of 
the school year, and another 'Warfield player had 
been placed on probation for a period of one year. 

The Commissioner reported that the contract 
between the K.H.S.A.A. and the Kingden Com- 
pany with respect to catastrophic insurance had 
been entirelv satisfactory, and he asked that he 
be given authority to negotiate with Kingden for 
a contract embracing school years 1971-72 and 
1972-73. Morton Combs moved, seconded by Roy 
L. "Winchester, that the Commissioner be given 
authority requested. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 



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Richard Vincent moved, seconded by Tom 
Mills, that the insurance subsidy for each school 
during 1971-72 be a basic amount of $60.00, with 
an additional subsidy of $40.00 for each school 
maintaining football. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

W. H. Crowdus moved, seconded by Richard 
Vincent, that Morton Combs and James T. Dotson 
be named dele.eate and alternate respectively to 
the forthcoming annual meeting of the National 
Federation. The motion was carried unanimously. 

Tom Mills moved, seconded by Rov L. Win- 
chester, that all bills of the Association beginning 
March 1, 1971, and ending March 31, 1971, be al- 
lowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meetin.g 
ad.iourned. 



Kentucky's Game Guy 



The Cavana Award 

The Notre Dame Academy of Covington won 
the M. J. Cavana Swimming Achievement Award 
for the school year 1970-71. This is the tenth year 
for the award to be given. 

In determining the points which a school com- 
peting for the award may accumulate, the State 
Swimming Committee secures the following in- 
formation: 1) current school enrollment (grades 
9-12), 2) number of pupils who can swim 45 feet 
in deep water, 3) number of pupils who can 
swim correctly three strokes (crawl, back crawl, 
elementary backstroke, breastroke, side stroke), 
4) number of pupils who hold life-saving certifi- 
cates (American Red Cross or Y.M.C.A.). The per- 
centages of the student body qualifying are ap- 
plied to items 2, 3. and 4, the maximum points for 
each of these items respectively being 40. 40, and 
20. Ten points are given to a school having a 
swimming team which enters a minimum of three 
meets, six events in each meet. Ten points are 
given for team participation (six entrants) in the 
State Swimming Meet. 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Baseball Officials 

If one telephone number is given for an official list- 
ed, it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is that of the 
home phone, 

Akemon, Rudv, Box 286. Hazard. 436-5013, 436-2141 
Asbridge, Tonv. 1201 S. McKinlev. Corbin 
Atkinson. Tom, Flemingsburq. 849-2233. 845-6601 
Beach. Frankie L.. 504 W. Kentucky Avenue. Franklin. 

586-6398. 586-4451 
Beals. Aaron E., Rt. 4. Glasgow, 427-2811, 427-3322 
Beglev. Wallace Clav. Rt. 1, Clav Citv. 663-5592 
Bemiss. Eugene. R. R. 3. Shelbvville. 633-3295. 633-1625 
Bennett. Terry. 206 W. 25th. Owensboro, 683-0752. 683-4581 
Bernard, L. Barrett. 1132 Fairview Avenue. D-3, Bowling 

Green. 781-2515 
Biggerstaff. Ronnie. Wliitesburg. 633-2998 
Blair. Larrv. Box 224. Hindman. 785-5844 
Blick. Dannie W., Rt. 3. Adairville. 734-4492. 265-2581 
Bolton. John. 208 Millbrooke Drive. Hopkinsville, 886- 

9512. 885-5306 
Borabeck, Larry. P. O. Box 333, Campton. 668-8075 (Bus.) 
Brandenburg. Ronnie. Beattyville, 464-8931 
Branhani. Freddy. 509>i:— 5th -Street. Pikeville. 437-4461, 

432-2594 
Brown. Michael L.. 687 Woodland Avenue. Lexington, 

257-1550 
Buchanan. Tonimv. Box 202. Sebree. 835-9252 
Busch. Bruce C. Durrett High School, 4409 Preston. 

Louisville. 833-4427, 366-9132 
Catlett. Tonv Box 36. Sebree. 835-2592. 835-7521 
Chandler. Roger A.. Rt. 3. Shelbyville. 633-3235. 633-2653 
Childers. Charles L.. R. R. 1. Box 424. Stanton, 663-2791. 

663-4475 
Clark. James R,. R. R. 2, Whitesville. 233-4419 
Clemmons. Douglas M,. Edmonton. 432-4393. 432-3331 
Coleman. Llovd. 1727 Cherry Lane. Shelbyville. 633-2579 
Collins. Charles Russell. Auxier Road. Prestonsburg, 886- 

2462. 886-3891 
Collins. Hubert. Wittensville. 297-3152. 789-4215 




Rick Smith 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion gave its highest award to an individual on 
the evening of April 15 when Board of Control 
President Don Davis presented Rick Smith of the 
Ludlow High School the 1971 Game Guy Award. 
The presentation was made during the dinner 
meetin,g of the Association. 

Rick Smith has been crippled since he was 
two years of age with a badly deformed left leg. 
When he was young, he could hardly walk. He 
has played basketball since he was a sixth grader, 
currently lettering for the second year in varsity 
basketball. He can play only for a limited time, 
but he does a very creditable job. Several years 
a.go one of the coaches told him that he would 
probably not play. He asked permission to remain 
a member of the squad, and he has stayed with 
the sport ever since. 

Prior to tliis year Rick has been a relief pitch- 
er for the Ludlow High School baseball team. He 
pitched in nine games last year. A few days ago 
he pitched a three-hit baseball game. 

President of the Senior Class, Rick ranks 
eleventh in a class of eighty. He plans to attend 
college and major in business administration or 
become a teacher and coach. 

K H.S.A.A. salutes Rick Smith. 1971 Game Guy. 



CoUinsworth. Kenneth. Campton. 668-6877. 743-3705 
Colvin, Dorce A.. 2488 Broadway. Catlettsburg. 739-5715 
Combs. Jerald. Whitesburg. 633-7218. 633-2376 
Cooper. Warien. 134 College View Ct., Morehead. 784-4295. 

784-1454 
Coovert. Mike. 223 Ridge Lane. Paducah. 898-3234 
Crouse. James Wavne. Box 276. Dixon. 639-5145. 667-2411 
Damron. Chuck. 223 College Street. Pikeville. 437-4666 
Davis. Dennis R.. Rt. 1. Wavnesburg. 365-7775 
Davis. James Steve, 947 Tolliver Road. Morehead. 784-6206 
Davis. Morgan, P. O. Box 72-303. Valley Station. 935-4400 
Day. Jack L.. 605 Morehead Street. Central Citv. 754-4700. 

754-2272 
Elmore. Robert. 2254 Venus Way. Ft. Mitchell. 331-2694. 

" 251-4285 
Evans, Lewis, Rt 2. Morgantown. 526-4310 
Fanell. George A,. 6202 Casper Drive. Pleasure Ridge 

Park. 935-4753. 776-1554 
Ferry. Walker D,. Rt. 2. Box 162. Bardstown. 348-5871. 

348-5913 
Forker. Maurice, Box 384. Sebree. 835-7713. 639-3651 
Fultz, Jerry A., Box 38, Wayland. 358-4402 
Gallaher, Carlton W-. 297 Court Street. South Portsmouth, 

932-4943 
Garland, Larr\- Arthur. 230 Chasteen Drive. Middlesboro. 

248-3259, 622-3834 
Gartin. Robert B.. 140 Main Street. Paintsville. 789-8592 
Gash. James Edwin, Rt, 1. Harrodsburg. 7,34-9730 
Gibson, Robert R.. P. O. Box 674. Monticello, 348-2586, 

348-2586 

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Something To Remember 

By Bill'^Ring, Secretary 
Bluegrass Umpires Association 

Being an umpire is a highly refined profes- 
sion, honest and honorable, and should be re- 
garded as such by everyone in it, and especially 
to those who contemplate entering. Many gratify- 
ing experiences and pleasures have come to men 
who are devoted umpires. To be a good umpire, 
one must have plenty of courage and a thorough 
knowledge of the playing rules a genuine sense 
of fair play; be strong physically and mentally; 
have self-confidence; use diplomacy well; be able 
to forgive and forget; close the book after every 
game and make a new start with every future 
game. Above all, have loyalty and respect for 
your fellow umpires. 

Umpires are more likely to gain success when 
they enter each game with the thought of adding 
something to the game by a firm attitude to these 
fundamentals. We should always keep in mind 
that the playing rules cannot be overly read, 
studied and digested. Study the rules well so that 
you will be able to correctly apply them to any 
siuation, routine, or emergency while on the play- 
ing field. All situations occurring during a game 
require immediate judgment and decision. 

Review your experiences after each game and 
ask yourself "Was I successful in my job? Did I 
add anything to the betterment of the game? 
What mistakes did I make? Were the complaints 
of mv work justified?" Whatever answers you 
may find to these questions, keep striving for im- 
provement as an umpire for the purpose of im- 
proving the game as a whole. Do not expect, how- 
ever, to become a success as quickly as some do. 
The greatest weakness of many umpires is their 
lack of patience in the matter of advancement. In 
manv cases umpires want top assignments long 
before they are ready for them. Have patience as 
success usually comes in time with hard work, 
study, and experience. Remember, umpiring can 
make or destroy interest in the game and every 
umpire should strive to increase efficiency of the 
profession. 

In order that umpiring may be kept on a high 
standard, the individual must have strength, 
physical fitness, mental alertness, and balance of 
control. These are the usual factors which go into 
the making of any successful professional man 
and should be no less a prerequisite for a success- 
ful umpire. He must have the strength to meet 
every trying situation with honest judgment, 
showing no fear, favor or lack of integrity in 
making decisons. He must be physcally fit to meet 
all the requirements of a long and rugged season, 
wherein he worked several games a week. If he 
does not keep himself in good physical condition 
he cannot give the HUSTLE which is demanded of 
all good umpires, and leaves himself open for the 
criticism which could rightfully be leveled at him 
for his inadequacy in this area. Likewise, if you 
pive hustle while on the field, you can demand 
hustle from the participating teams. Prod them 
with a firm and friendly "come on, let's go" and 
you will be surprised of the results as they go on 
and off the field between innings. 

Promote the idea of hustle at every point of 
the game, as this meets with the approval of the 
players, coaches, and spectators, and gains their 
respect for you. Be on top of every play as this 
shows that you are hustling all the way. Mental 
alertness is a prime factor in the make-up of the 
good umpire. An indication of the alert mind is 
the ability to study and retain the many playing 
rules and to apply them with equal skill on the 
playing field. 



Umpiring demands that we have a thorough 
knowledge of all these rules, old and new, and 
that we make a daily follow-up to see that our 
interpretations are in line with the accepted prac- 
tice. Studying the rules is not wasted time, but a 
definite demand of all umpires and one that 
should be an honest must. By doing these things 
.you can't miss in being a successful umpire. 



ANNUAL REPORT 

(Continued from Page One) 
185.39. These receipts were considerably more 
than the 1970 receipts. 

Attendance at the State Basketball Tourna- 
ment for the eight sessions was 126,299. This was 
somewhat lower than the attendance for 1970. 
However, receipts held up well, total ticket sales 
for 1971 being $241,507.50. Profits to the Associa- 
tion will be less than those of last year. Tourna- 
ment expenses were greater, one of the items 
being greater due to the lodging arrangements 
made for the team. Fifteen different lodging 
places for the teams were involved, thus increas- 
ing this cost. However, the new lodging plan 
found favor with the school representatives, and 
will possibly be continued in the future. The 
profits derived from the State Basketball Tour- 
nament almost completely underwrite the 
K.H.S.A.A. budget. A complete record of all re- 
ceipts and disbursements will appear in a subse- 
quent issue of the Association magazine. 

Fifteen hundred sixty-three basketball offic- 
ials, 759 football officials, 531 baseball officials, 
and 36 wrestling officials have registered with 
the .Association in 1970-71. Twelve football 
rules clinics were held under the direction 
of Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise, and 
102 football officials took the National Feder- 
ation examination for the higher ratings. Of 
this number twenty-two were added to the Cer- 
ified list and there were sixty-six officials on the 
Approved list. Mr. Wise conducted seventeen 
basketball rules clinics. He conducted schools for 
area representatives in football, basketball and 
baseball. In the latter sport, the twenty-one area 
representatives have been holding clinics for um- 
pires and coaches. One hundred fifty-nine basket- 
ball officials took the examination for the higher 
ratings, with fifty-eight being added to the Cer- 
fied list and eighty-eight receiving the Approved 
rating. In 1969-70, seventy-three baseball officials 
took the examination for the higher ratings. Of 
this number twenty-five were added to the Cer- 
tified list and thirty-nine were Approved. 

It has been necessary to suspend only one 
member school from the Association for this year 
to date. Three schools have been placed on proba- 
tion. Of the four schools, violation of K.H.S.A.A. 
By-Law 17, Practice of Sportsmanship, was in- 
volved in three of the cases. 

The number of schools maintaining sports 
sponsored by the Association is approximately 
the same as that of last year with the exception 
of football, girls' golf, girls' track, and girls' gym- 
nastics which show a slight increase. The 1970-71 
figures are: boys' golf, 160; girls' golf, 48; boys 
track, 199; girls' track, 138; boys' tennis, 84; girls' 
tennis, 57; boys' swimming, 33; girls' swimming, 
30; boys' gymnastics, 20; girls gymnastics, 31; 
wrestling, 43; baseball, 288; basketball, 333; 
football, 192; cross country, 112; rifle marksman- 
ship. 9. 

The Commissioner, his staff, and the Board of 
Control appreciate the continued cooperation, as- 
sistance, and constructive criticism of the admin- 
istrators and coaches who represent our member 
schools. Your continued help is solicited. 



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Page Five 



Knee Injuries 

During the past month more than fifteen run- 
ning backs of the National Football Conference 
were assigned to the sidelines because of knee 
injuries. These injuries once again emphasized the 
tremendous forces generated in football. Press 
statements ranged from gimmicks to prevent all 
injuries to the elimination of football completely. 
It is unlikely that any group could eliminate an 
American cultural condition as reinforced as foot- 
ball, but there are ways to make it more enjoy- 
able. 

The anatomy of the knee is composed of two 
collateral ligaments at the sides of the knee which 
prevent excessive lateral motion and two cruciate 
ligaments which cross between the bone of the 
upper and lower leg and prevent excessive for- 
ward and backward movement. There are also 
two cartilages, side by side, between the upper 
and lower leg to prevent a friction build-up. The 
medial collateral ligament is attached to the 
medial cartilage. When an extremely hard blow 
is delivered to the knee, the collaterals, cruciates. 
and cartilage could all be damaged. This is referred 
to as the "Terrible Triad" of the knee. 

Let's look at why it doesn't happen more often. 

1. Many injuries of the knee are due to a ro- 
tation of the lower leg when hit. This is often 
prevented because the magnitude of the stabiliz- 
ing force is greater than that of the rotation force. 

2. Most of the injuries to the knee result in 
strain on the medial collateral ligament, but it is 
much stronger and thicker than the lateral col- 
lateral ligament. 

3. A bigger knee with more musculature re- 
sult will be less suspectible to injui-y. It has a 
greater surface area over which to dissipate the 
force of a tackle. 

Injun,' prevention really begins in the spring 
when the coach coordinates health personnel re- 
garding the fall football program. In early June, 
a letter to the fall athletic candidates suggests 
individual conditioning exercises for the summer. 
Let's be realistic. The rash of football injuries 
occur early in the fall season. The coach has got 
a very' limited amount of time to prepare his 
squad for the first game. He cannot spend as 
much time on individual conditionin,g as he would 
like to. He must encourage the players to do this 
on their own before the fall season. 

The knee can be strengthened. Klein and All- 
man maintain that the ligaments are the strongest 
structures in the knees. However, as the muscles 
surrounding the knee joints are strengthened, 
the density of the ligament increases provided 
that they are not overstretched with exercises 
such as full squats, duck waddles, and squat 
jumps. 

Principles for Strength and 
Flexibility Development 

1. To increase useful strength, the exercises 
should be as similar as possible to situations en- 
countered during a game. 

2. A warm-up cuts down on the possibility of 
muscle strain. 

3. To build strength, the muscle must be over- 
loaded. This can be accomplished through an in- 
crease in weight lifted or through an increase 
in the repetitions per unit of time executed. 

4. Remember that there is no such thing as 
balanced muscular development of the knee, be- 
cause the quadriceps muscles on the front of the 
thigh have approximatelv 40 '~^ more power than 
the hamstring muscles on the back of the thigh 
right from the beginning. All muscles attached 
to the knee should be exercised, but the strong 
semitendinosus, semimembranosus and vastus 



medialis muscles are crucial in preventing knee 
trauma. 

5. Continuous rhythmical exercises should be 
used during weight training. Ballistic movements 
not only lead to muscle strain, but they are not 
as effective in developing strength. 

6. The exercise should be done through the 
full range of movement of the joint. This is to 
develop unifoiTn sti'ength in the muscle and to en- 
coura,ge the flexibility of the muscle. Also, the 
vastus medialis muscle doesn't become active un- 
til the last fifteen degrees of knee extension. 

7. A stretch on the muscle at the tennination 
of the movement, while the athlete is still ac- 
tively contracting the muscle will develop flex- 
ibility in the muscle. 

■Why is flexibility necessan.'? Flexibility and 
strength at the knee joint seem like contradicton,' 
principles. Actually, the lack of flexibility, even 
though coupled with a great deal of strength, is 
a major factor in knee injuries. Why? 

An analogy is the best way to consider this 
paradox. People normally consider something 
that is very rigid as being veiT,- stron.g. This is 
usually true except when a great deal of stress 
is imposed. A rigid bridge spanning a large dis- 
tance is not as strong as a suspension bridge, be- 
cause it must resist the forces against it, such as 
a high wind, or it will buckle. The suspension 
bridge which is flexible merely swings in the 
wind. 

Similai-ly, the knee joint when hit from the 
side can withstand more stress before muscle 
tear if there is muscle flexibility. A strong flex- 
ible muscle is a greater asset than just a strong 
muscle. 

In the final analysis, football will always be 
plagued with knee injuries because of the nature 
of the game, but wise conditioning methods will 
reap great benefits, in reduced injuries for the 
players, 

— National Federation and A.M. A. 



Antiquated Rules 

"State high school associations need to get rid 
of those antiquated rules." This statement is typi- 
cal of comments made when a nonschool organi- 
zation learns that a project it is promoting is in 
conflict with regulations schools have adopted 
through their state association. In most cases it 
concerns the eligibility of players. The two most 
frequent situations are: (1) an organization 
wishes to present an award to an athlete, or ath- 
letes, which would make the recipient ineligible, 
or (2) it attempts to sponsor a contest in which it 
wants outstanding high school athletes to compete 
which, likewise, would jeopardize their eligibility. 
The same attitude often prevails in parents 
whose sons do not meet eligibility standards. 
Transfer of enrollment regulations are involved 
in most situations of this type, although the same 
point of view is frequently expressed toward most 
anv eligibility requirement when it prevents an 
individual from competing on the high school 
team. "Those ridiculous rules are out-of-step 
with the times," we are told. 

Are the standards adopted by the schools to 
ffuide interscholastic activities antiquated? Those 
who contend that they are have to assume that 
thev were adopted at a time which is no longer 
relevant and that no attention has been given to 
changing them. The assumption is a false one 
because of the fact that constant study is being 
given by the schools and their representatives, 
and changes are made when their pooled judg- 
ment supports a need for change. However, they 
do resist the attitude which seems to becoming 
increasingly typical of the time in which we are 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1971 



living. It can best be described as the inclination 
to believe that one should be free to do what he 
pleases without regard to standards set by the 
majority. Unfortunately, many think this is being 
more democratic, but is it? 

Relatively few people seem to understand that 
democracy is a sort of compromise between ab- 
solute authority on one hand (monarchy, totali- 
tarism, etc.) and anarchy on the other. In a de- 
mocracy, a "rule of the majority" prevails some- 
where between the two. A still smaller number 
in our society thoroughly realize that when we 
can no longer be guided by standards set by the 
majority, be they laws, ethics, or morals, we are 
heading toward anarchy or absolute authority. If 
the trend toward disrespect for law and order 
should continue over an extended period of time, 
we may well find ourselves facing one or the 
other of these extremes. 

Standards developed from the experiences of 
schools and adopted to provide better educational 
programs for the great majority of youth will 
continue to be challenged as long as the attitude 
among many in our society results in attacks 
against laws approved by the majority or against 
those responsible for enforcing them. This will be 
more evident in the interscholastic area than in 
any other phase of the school program. Hence, 
we must continually re-evaluate the standards 
applied. Our guide should be whether they are in 
the best interest of the majority of students. If 
they are not, they should be changed. If they are, 
they must be supported and enforced. To do oth- 
erwise would be heading toward either anarchy 
or absolute control in interscholastics, and by that 
time we will be no longer living in a democratic 
society. The standards which we currently uphold 
would then be "antiquated" and "out-of-step" 
with the times! 

— Missouri High School Activities Journal 



The Sport of Table Tennis 

By Ted Friedman, Director 
Lexington Recreation Dept, 

The sport of table tennis, on a high competi- 
tive level, requires quick reflexes, good eye-hand 
coordination, fast footwork and top physical con- 
dition. 

Many people have played a basement game 
called Ping Pong, which is really the trade mark 
name for a brand of equipment. I am often asked 
what the difference is between this game and 
table tennis. My answer is that table tennis is 
played under strict rules and requires 10 to 15 
feet behind each end of the table, six feet on 
each side and at least a twelve foot ceiling. In 
top competition, the ball, weighing a fraction of 
an ounce, may attain a speed of 50 to 60 miles 
an hour. It is for this reason that a well lit gym- 
nasium is the best place for table tennis com- 
petition. 

At a recent tournament, held at the new Henry 
Clay High School Gymnasium, two Henry Clay 
students, both Juniors, met in the finals of the 
Lexington Junior Championships. Bowen Cald- 
well was the winner. Two weeks before, the same 
pair had gone to the finals of the National Junior 
Doubles Championship, held in Atlanta Georgia. 
They are both members of the Lexington Table 
Tennis Club. 

The requirements of ag\ weight, and size h'C 
such that almost anyone cap play this sport. To 
reach a high degree of skill, one must learn the 
basic rules, pracf'ce ccnsUi.c ■ and maintain 
good physical condition. 

A very important a.-'oc^t ■ t ible tennis is the 



fact that all the skills learned in this sport are 
useful in other sports. For example. Brooks Rob- 
inson, star player for the World Champion Balti- 
more Orioles, stated that table tennis had helped 
him develop the quick reflexes required in base- 
ball. 

The Lexington Table Tennis Club, affiliated 
with the United States Table Tennis Association, 
and sponsored by the Lexington Recreation De- 
partment is interested in promoting the sport of 
table tennis in schools. For any information on 
rules, instruction or organization, please address 
inquiries to Ted Friedman, 307 Lakeshore Drive, 
Lexington, Kentucky. 40502. or the Lexington 
Recreation Department, Bell Place, Lexington, 
Kentucky, 40502. 



1971 Baseball Questions 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1971 National Alliance Baseball Rules do not set 
aside nor modify any rule. The rulings are made 
and published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situations 
presented. 

Clifford B. Fagan 

1, Play: How does one determine when a field- 
er steps or falls from the playing field? 

Ruling: The playing field includes both fair 
and foul playing territory, and any other areas 
beyond the playing field are defined as being out- 
side the playing field (dead ball area). Any wall, 
fence, barricade, rope, wire or a mark or ima,g- 
inary line are considered to be a part of the play- 
ing field, therefore, any areas beyond these 
boundaries are outside the playing field. A field- 
er's status is determined by the location of his 
feet, and when a foot is touching a boundaiT line 
or the playing field inside the boundan' line, he 
has not left the playing field even though his 
other foot might be in contact with the area be- 
vond the boundary line. Umpires may use the 
following guidelines to determine the status of a 
fielder following his catching a batted or thrown 
live ball: (a) It is a catch when he has one or 
both of his feet touching the playing field, or 
with both feet in flight prior to his touching any 
dead ball area; (b) If, when making the catch, 
one or both feet remain in contact with the play- 
ing field, the ball remains alive: (c). If, after 
makmg the catch, neither foot remains in contact 
with the playinp field, the ball becomes dead; and 
(d) If the ball is caught after he has established 
his Position outside the playing field, it is not a 
lepal catch. One mu.st also keep in mind that 
whenever a dead ball follows a catch, there are 
instances when one or more runners may be 
awarded bases, 

2. Play: Rl is on 1st when Fl, with his feet 
astride the pitching plate and with the ball held 
at his side, faces F2 and appears to be taking a 
signal. Then with his eves facing the ground, he 
assumes a legal set position and delivers a pitch 
without having faced anv other person until his 
delivery motion is started. 

Ruling: When the umpire realizes that Fl 
took his signal while not on the pitching plate 
and then delivered the pitch without taking a 
ignal while in contact with the pitcher's plate, 
;ie will give the delayed dead ball signal and 
when the play has gone through to its comple- 
tion, he will penalize for an illegal delivery, un- 
less it develops that the penalty is to be ignored. 

3. Play: With Rl on 2nd, Fl assumes a legal 
position and takes his signal from F2. He then 
turns and drives Rl back to 2nd base. Must he 
again take a signal before delivering the pitch? 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1971 



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Ruling: He may do so, but he is not required 
to take another signal, prior to the pitch. 

4. Play; Fl, when taking his signal, contacts the 
pitching plate with his non-pivot foot or holds 
the ball in his gloved hand. 
Ruling: Both acts are illegal. 

5. Play: Fl, when taking his signal, holds the 
ball in front of him so that it can be seen by one 
or more umpires. 

Ruling: This is not permissable. The rule clear- 
ly states that the ball must be held in the pitching 
hand either at the pitcher's side or behind him. 

6. Play: Will the liner type of head protector 
comply with the 1972 requirements for use by the 
catcher as mandatory equipment? 

Ruling: No. It is recommended that the catch- 
er wear the hard plastic protector during the 1971 
season. It will be mandator^' in 1972. 

7. Play: Fl has a white tape or a white wrist- 
band wrapped around the forearm or wrist of his 
pitching arm or is wearing white shoes. 

Ruling: The umpire must require the removal 
of, or the covering of the tape or wristband with 
a dark colored tape or wrap. The wearing of 
white shoes is permissible. 

8. Play: Rl hits safely to the outfield and is 
standing on 1st base during a live ball while 
there is no playing action. He removes his head 
protector momentarily to wipe his brow or ad- 
.iust the protector to his head. Is he in violation? 

Ruling: No. The rule applies only while he is 
running between bases or while a play is being 
made on him. 

9. Play: The head coach and the assistant 
coach each occupv one of the coachers' boxes 
when their team is at bat. 

Ruling: This is permissible provided they are 
in uniform. 

10. Play: During a live ball, Fl positions him- 
self less than 5 feet from the pitcher's plate with- 
out having the ball in his possession. There are 
runners on 1st and 3rd. 

Ruling: Fl is charged with a balk and Rl and 
R2 each advance 1 base. There is no need for or 
merit to Fl being within 5 feet of the pitcher's 
plate without the ball and by using a definite 
length of measurement, such rule can be simply 
administered. 

11. Play: Bl appears at bat without wearing 
a head protector. 

Ruling: If, while batting, it is discovered that 
the batter is not wearing a head protector, there 
is no penalty. However, Fl shall be ordered to 
secure and wear a head protector. If he fails to 
comply with this order he is removed from the 
game. Should the violation of not wearing a head 
protector not be discovered until Bl becomes a 
batter-runner, the same regulations apply. How- 
ever, if while batting he wears a head protector 
and subsequently, as a batter-runner, he dehber- 
ately removes his protector, his penalty shall be 
the same as for any other runner. 'When a batter- 
or any other runner dehberately removes his head 
protector, the umpire shall give the delayed dead 
ball signal immediately. He shall then permit 
play to continue until no further action is immi- 
nent at which time the umpire shall then declare 
the ball dead. All runs scored during that play 
shall count. If the violator has ceased to remain 
a runner either by scoring or having been put 
out, there is no penalty. Otherwise, the violator 
shall be declared out and credited for any advance 
he had made on the bases. 

12. Play: B2, while hitting either a fair or foul 
ball, has the toe or heel of either foot touching 
the ground: (a) on the boundary hne of the bat- 
ter's box but not beyond the outside edge of the 



line; or (b) beyond the outside edge of the bat- 
ter's box boundary line. 

Ruling: Legal in (a). In (b) the umpire shall 
declare B2 out. 

13. Play; 'With Rl on 2nd and R2 on 1st at- 
tempting to steal 3rd and 2nd bases, respectively, 
F2 receives the pitch and. in attempting to throw 
to 2nd, the back swing of his arm is such that his 
arm strikes the umpire and causes the ball to fall 
from his hand or be thrown into center field. 

Ruling; If the umpire believes he was out of 
position and interfered with F2, he will give the 
delayed dead ball signal when the interference 
occurs. If Rl is safe because of the interference, 
after play is completed, the umpire will declare 
the ball dead and order all runners to return to 
the base each legally occupied when the inter- 
ference occurred. If umpire believes he was not 
out of position, there is no interference. 

14. Play: Rl is on 1st when B2 hits a ground 
ball to Fl. Rl starts toward 2nd and Fl throws 
the ball to 1st, retiring B2. F3 overlooks Rl, who 
is between 1st and 2nd. and he throws the ball 
to F2. Rl then returns to 1st without having 
touched 2nd or having been tagged with the ball 
while off base. 

Ruling: Rl is safe at 1st. He was privileged to 
return there since the force on Rl was removed 
when B2 was retired at 1st. 

15. Play; 'With 1 out. Rl is on 3rd and B3 is at 
bat. B3 bunts the ball into the air in fair territory 
between 3rd and home bases. As F2 attempts to 
field the ball, Rl advancing toward home base, 
collides with him. preventing F2 from catching 
the bunted ball, which prevented a double play. 

Ruling: The ball becomes dead immediately 
when the interference occurs, Rl is declared out 
and B3 is also declared out since the action of Rl 
prevented a double play on Rl and B3. 

16. Play: "With Rl on 3rd. F5 hides the ball. 
Fl (without the ball) steps either on the pitcher's 
elate or astride it or stands approximately 3 feet 
behind or to the side of it while B2: (a) is standing 
in the batter's bo.x ready to bat; or (b) is out of 
the batter's box applying dirt to his hands or re- 
ceiving a signal from the coach. 

Ruling: Balk in both (a) and (b). 

17. Play: "With 1 out, Rl and R2 are on 3rd 
and 2nd bases, respectively. B4 hits a fair ball 
which appears to be a 3-base hit. Rl crosses home 
base without touching it and R2 advances, touch- 
ing 3rd and home base before B4 is tagged out 
at 3rd. F5 throws the ball to F2 who steps on 
home base and appeals the infraction of Rl (miss- 
ing home base). 

Ruling: The run by R2 counts. The appeal on 
Rl at home base is upheld. Even though the out 
made by Rl at home is the 3rd out insofar as the 
order in outs is concerned, it actually is the 2nd 
out of the inning asd B4 made the 3rd out at 3rd 
base. "When R2 touched home base, Rl already 
was out because of the subsequent allowed ap- 
peal. Rule 9-1-1 exception (c), states a run is not 
scored if the runner advances to home base dur- 
ing action in which the 3rd out is made by the 
preceding runner being declared out because he 
failed to touch one of the bases. Exception (c) 
does not apply to this situation. Had B4 been put 
out at 3rd before R2 touched home base and the 
appeal allowed on Rl at home, the run made by 
R2 would not count. 

18. Play: With a count of ball 3, strike 2 on Bl. 
he swings at the next pitch. The ball strikes on 
his fist and caroms into foul territory without be- 
ing friuched by the bat. 

Ruling: Bl is out on strikes. The ball becomes 
dead as soon as it strikes Bl. Had the ball struck 



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the bat and his hand it would have been ruled 
a foul ball. 

19. Play: With Rl on 2nd and R2 on 1st with 
none out, B3 hits a low fly ball toward shortstop 
but F6 who has been busy holding the runner on 
base is out of positios. F6 attempts to get to the 
ball by diving, but misses it. Neither umpire rules 
it an infield fly. Both Rl and R2 feel this is an 
infield fly and hold their bases. F6 recovers the 
ball and throws to F5 at 3rd who, in turn, throws 
to F4 at 2nd. 

Ruling: Both Rl and R2 are out on a double 
play. Since F6 could not catch the ball with or- 
dinary effort, the umpire was correct in not call- 
ing out and signaling an infield fly. 

20. Play: With Rl, R2 and R3 on 3rd, 2nd, and 
1st bases, respectively, and none out, B4 attempts 
to bunt but pops the ball into the air between home 
and the pitcher's mound. The ball strikes the 
ground and spins back to the catcher who is 
standing on home base. F2 then throws the ball 
to F5 who is standing on 3rd and subsequently 
relays the ball to F4 on 2nd. All three runners 
held their bases believing the ball was going to 
be caught. 

Ruling: Rl, R2 and R3 are each out on a triple 
play. An attempted bunt can never be ruled an 
infield fly All three runners were put out on 
force-outs. 

21. Play: Bl appears at bat with a bat made 
of laminated pieces of bamboo. Is this a legal bat? 

Ruling: At the present time it is not a legal 
bat except for Ohio high schools. The National 
Alhance Baseball Rules Committee has authorized 
the Ohio High High School Athletic Association 
to conduct the testing of the bat for durabihty. 
safety and reaction to determine whether it will 
meet the standards required for approval. 

22. Play: Rl and R2 are on 2nd and 1st bases, 
respectively, when B3 shortens up on the bat as 
if to bunt but at the last moment draws back 
and swings at the pitch. He hits a blooper not 
more than 10' to 15' off the ground toward the 
3rd baseman. The umpire calls out "infield fly". 

Ruling: There is nothing in the rules stating 
how high an infield fly must go. Since the batted 
ball is neither a hne drive nor an attempted bunt 
the umpire would be correct in calling it an in- 
field fly if he felt it could be caught by an in- 
fielder with ordinary effort. 

23. Play: Rl is on 3rd leading off base and 
standing on foul territory. B2 hits a low line drive 
which strikes 3rd base in flight and bounces to 
foul ground where it strikes Rl standing there. 

Ruling: The ball remains in play. This is a 
fair ball since it struck the base and Rl is not 
out because the batted ball struck him on foul 
territory. 

24. Play: B2 hits safely to F9 which advances 
Rl from 1st to 3rd. Meanwhile, as B2 arrives at 
1st. F3 straddles the base and hinders the progress 
of the batter-runner. B2 attempts to reach 2nd 
and is thrown out. 

Ruling: The umpire shall signal a delayed dead 
ball as soon as he sees the obstruction and after 
the play has gone through to completion, he shall 
declare the ball dead and call obstruction on F3. 
B2 is advanced to 2nd and Rl is not advanced 
from 3rd since the play does not affect the pre- 
ceding runner. Had the outfielder thrown to 3rd 
and retired the runner there. Rl would be out 
since he was not hindered in his advancement. 

25. Play: Rl and R2 are on 3rd and 2nd, re- 
spectively, with 2 out when the coach signals for 
a double steal. F2, in his anxiety to put out Rl 
who is advancing toward home base, .iumps in 
front of the base and interferes with the swing 



of B5. F2 receives the pitch and tags Rl before 
the runner can touch home base. 

Ruling: If F2 was out of the catcher's box at 
the time of the pitch, the play is ruled a balk on 
the pitclier for pitching while the catcher does 
not have his feet in his box and thus both Rl and 
R2 are each advanced 1 base. If F2 was still in 
his box at the time of the pitch and he then 
stepped forward out of his box while the ball 
was in flight, the infraction would have been 
ruled as catcher interference on the batter and 
Rl and R2 as well as B5 each would have been 
awarded one base. 

26. Play: Rl, R2 and R3 are on 3rd, 2nd, and 
1st bases, respectively, with 1 out. B5 hits a 
ground ball to F5 who steps on 3rd for a force- 
out retiring R2. He then throws the ball toward 
F2, however, his throw is wide and it permits 
both Rl and R3 to score. B5 reaches 2nd on the 
play. F4 then calls for the ball and appeals prop- 
erly that R3 had missed 2nd base. The umpire 
agrees and declares R3 out. How many runs 
count? 

Ruling: No runs score since this 3rd out, made 
on the appeal, results in a force-out at 2nd base 
on Rl. No runs score when the 3rd out is a force- 
out. 

27. Play: Rl and R2 are on 2nd and 1st bases, 
respectively, when B3 hits a ground ball to F5. 
F5 throws the ball to F4, the throw is too late to 
force R2. F4 then throws the ball to F3 and the 
ball goes into the stands. 

Ruling: Rl and R2 are both awarded home 
base, since they had reached 3rd and 2nd respec- 
tively by the time the wild throw was made. B5 
is awarded 2nd base because he had not yet 
reached 1st base when the throw left the hand 
of F4. 

28. Play: Bl bunts the pitch down on the 1st 
base line. F2 retrieves the ball and attempts to 
tag Bl with it by diving at him from behind and 
accidently stuffs the ball into the batter-runner's 
hip pocket. Then Bl advances and F2 loses his 
grip on the ball. Bl then proceeds to advance on 
the bases until he crosses home base. 

Ruling: As soon as the ball is in possession of 
an offensive player, it becomes dead, therefore, 
the advance by Bl is not allowed. He is, however, 
awarded 1st base and F2 is charged with an error. 
Bl is not credited with a hit. 

29. Play: With Rl on 2nd and R2 on 1st, on the 
next pitch both runners attempt a double steal. 
F2 throws the ball to 3rd which arrives there 
well in advance of Rl. who stops short of the 
base, and the team in the field attempts to retire 
him in a run down. R2. believing that Rl appar- 
ently is going to make it back to 2nd safely, runs 
back toward 1st. As he is retracing his steps, a 
wild throw goes into the outfield. R2 again 
changes his direction and is able to advance to 
2nd, 3rd and then score. He does miss touching 
2nd. Is he obligated to touch it in such advance? 

Ruling: Yes. Each runner must touch base in 
proper order whether advancing or returning 
from the base paths in such situation. R2 was 
obligated to re-touch 2nd and is, therefore, sub- 
ject to being retired upon proper appeal. 

30. Play: With Rl on 3rd and R2 on 1st, there 
is 1 out when B4 hits a fly ball to F9. Rl, think- 
ing there were 2 out when B4 hit the ball, ad- 
vances to home base without re-touching 3rd. Fol- 
lowing the catch. F9 throws the ball to 1st and 
catches R2 off the base for an inning-ending 
double play. The team in the field goes to the 
dug-out immediately after the play. The offensive 
team claims they have scored a run. 

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violate the re-touch provision of the baseball 
rules, but the infraction must be appealed by the 
team in the field before its infielders leave fair 
territory. The fact that the team in the field did 
ignore the violation and Rl scored before the 3rd 
out was made results in the run counting. 

31. Play: Bl hits low liner toward F4, who 
makes a diving stab just off the ground. He is 
so set in desiring to show the umpire his catch 
is legal that he quickly thrusts out his glove and 
the ball shoots away. Is this considered a legal 
catch? 

Ruling: This is entirely a judgment play, but 
in this case, the umpire quite likely would rule 
"no catch." 

32. Play: Bl swings at a pitch and tops the 
ball and it rolls slowly in fair territory near the 
1st base foul line. F3 charges in to play the ball 
and seeing that Bl will be safe at 1st on a hit, 
makes a path with his foot so that the ball roUs 
in it and on into foul territory. 

Ruling: This is a situation which the umpire- 
in-chief is authorized to cover under rule 10-2-g. 
This rule provides the umpire with the respon- 
sibility to make final decisions not covered speci- 
fically by the rules. In this situation, the umpire 
would be justified in calling the batted ball fair 
and award 1st base to Bl. He would also see that 
the scorer credited Bl with a single. 

33. Play: Rl. R2 and R3 are on 3rd, 2nd and 
1st bases, respectively, with 2 out with a count 
of ball 2, strike 2 on B6. Fl delivers from a wind- 
up position and Rl breaks for home base. Rl 
touches home base, and as he does so the ball 
strikes him on the foot. The pitch was not in 
the strike zone. 

Ruling: The ball becomes dead immediately 
when a pitch strikes a runner. In this situation, 
the pitch is a ball on B6. and each runner is ad- 
vanced 1 base from where he was at the time of 
the pitch, except when pitch is a strike for the 
3rd out. 

34. Play: Rl is on 1st. and on pitch he breaks 
for 2nd. B2 tips a foul directly back to F2. The 
ball enters the mitt of F2 and is covered, but F2 
opens his hand and permits ball to drop to the 
ground. Rl reaches 2nd, but is he entitled to re- 
main there? 

Ruling: On a legally caught foul tip, the ball 
remains alive and all runners may advance with- 
out touching up. Actually, there is no rule to 
cover the above situation. The one rule on the 
deliberate dropping of a batted ball applies only 
to fair hit balls and not fouls. The umpire would 
not be out of order by applying rule 10-2-g, and 
permitting Rl to remain on 2nd. 

35. Play: Rl is on 1st with none out when B2 
swings at pitch which strikes his bat, then goes 
directly to mitt of F2 and it ricochets to strike his 
chest protector, and then lodges in the hand of F2. 
F2 throws ball to F4. who tags Rl. sliding toward 
2nd. 

Ruling: Rl is out. The action at home base re- 
sulted in a foul tip. A foul tip is a batted ball 
which goes sharp and direct from the bat to the 
catcher's hand. It is not considered a catch when 
the ball rebounds, unless the ball has first touched 
the catcher's glove or hand. 

36. Play: Rl and R2 are on 2nd and 1st bases, 
respectively, and with 1 out. B4 hits an infield 
pop-up which the umpire rules an "infield fly, if 
fair." F3 muffs the ball in fair territory. The ball 
bounces and rolls to foul ground between home 
and 1st. F3. in disgust, flings his mitt at the ball, 
striking it and stopping the roll. Rl and R2 stop 
at 2nd and 3rd, respectively, while B4 reaches 1st. 

Ruling: B4 is out under the infield fly ball 



rule. Both Rl and R2 are awarded home base be- 
cause F3 struck a fair ball with detached player 
equipment. 

37. Play: Rl is on 1st base when B2 hits fly 
ball toward right field. Rl rounds 2nd and heads 
for 3rd. however, believing ball will be caught 
he returns, touches 2nd and is part way back to 
1st. when he sees ball fall to ground at fielder's 
feet. Rl returns to 2nd and slides into the base 
just after F4, standing on base, catches ball, but 
before F4 can tag Rl out. 

Ruling: Rl is out on a force play even though 
he had previously touched 2nd. When he re- 
touched 2nd and started back to 1st. he then gave 
up the base and became liable to be put out on 
a force. 

38. Play: Rl is on 1st with none out when B2 
hits ground ball toward F4. Rl. while advancing, 
stops momentarily in front of F4, obscuring his 
vision. F4 is unable to make the play. The cap- 
tain of the team in the field claims Rl should be 
called out for interference. 

Ruling: Rl is out for interference, not because 
he runs in front of a fielder, which is permissible, 
but because his hesitation was a definite act to 
obscure the vision of F4. which it did. It is pos- 
sible the umpire might rule B2 out also, because 
of Rl's interference and he would so rule in his 
ODinion the action of Rl prevented the double 
play. 

39. Play: With a count of 3 and 2 on Bl he hits 
next pitch which strikes dog running through the 
outfield. Bl is held to a 2-base hit and coach of 
team at bat pleads to the umpire that had the ball 
not struck the dog it could have rolled for a triple 
and possibly an inside the park home run. 

Ruling: Umpire exercises good judgment in 
this play and rules that what happened was an 
act of God and he requires Bl to remain on 2nd. 

40. Play: In the 1st half of the 1st inning, team 
at bat already has scored 7 runs and there is only 
1 out when F9 is due to bat. Coach of the team 
sends a pinch hitter up to the plate to bat for his 
star hoping to save him for the 2nd game of the 
double-header. 

Ruling: This is not permissible. Rules require 
that the pitcher listed in the batting order prior 
to the start of the game, shall pitch until the 1st 
opposing batter is either retired or reaches 1st base. 

41. Play: Because of injuries to personnel the 
team in the field has no more pitchers and thus 
the coach desires to bring in F9 to pitch while the 
bases are loaded. The umpire notifies the coach 
of the other team that F9 must pitch without the 
warm up process. Is the umpire correct? 

Ruling: The umpire is absolutely wrong as 
well as being arbitrary. The rules clearly states 
that a pitcher, at the beginning of each inning or 
when a pitcher is replaced during an inning, his 
replacement may have a maximum of 8 "warm 
uDs" unless the umpire authorizes more because 
of injury or inclement weather. 

42. Play: In the last half of the 6th inning with 
runners on 3rd, 2nd. and 1st bases, respectively, 
and 2 are out, coach of team in the field requests 
time to remove Fl and replace him with SI to 
pitch to B6. SI. from the set position, while the 
ball is alive, wheels and throws ball to F4 who 
tags R2 while he is sliding toward 2nd base for 
the 3rd out. SI will be the first batter in the first 
half of the 7th. 

Ruling: No. It is permissible for the coach to 
put in a Dinch hitter for SI. A substitute pitcher 
must pitch only until the first batter he faces is 
retired, or reaches 1st base, or until the offensive 
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BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page Three) 

Gillaspie. Robert, R. R. 1. Box 264. Clav. 664-2496 

Gray. Keith R . Livermore. 278-2615 

Gross, Joe. Box 697. Hazard. 436-2661 

Haines. William E.. 214 Cross Street. Oak Hill. Ohio, 

682-6420. 682-4055 
Hall. Roger. Rt. 1. Box 494. Pikeville. 432-3392 
Hargrove. Robert Bradley. Milton. 268-5646. 255-7361 
Harmon. Girard K.. 1700 E. Main. Greenup. 473-7086, 473- 

9829 
Harris. Terry Lee. 436 Highway Avenue. Apt. itlO, Lud- 
low. 581-5762. 581-5762 
Hayes. Bob. 1901 E. Main. Greenup. 473-7280. 473-3781 
Hildabrand. Gerald W.. P. O. Box 313, Lewisburg, 755- 

6562. 755-6191 
Hill. Archie B.. Williamsburg. 549-2167. 549-2484 
Hill. Clyde E.. Box 117. Williamsburg. 549-2666. 549-1360 
Hill. Terry. 1418 Elizabeth. Lexington. 255-7393 (Bus.) 
Holt. Larry K,. Box 329 Skyline Trailer Park. Bowling 

Green, 781-4009. 781-4585 
Hudson. Douglas. Worthville, 732-6423 
Huffman, John P.. 215 Bank Street. Pikeville. 432-1519. 

437-6236 
Hunley. Eugene, Box 66, Essie 
Hurt, Thomas C, 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster, 792- 

3067, 792-2312 
Jackson, Arthur E., Whitesburg. 633-2007 
Jackson. Donald, Evarts, 837-2263, 837-2502 
Jamerson, Wilbur R., Box 1, Bvpro 
James, David W.. 132 W. 5th Street. Central City 
Jenkins. Ronald E.. 2116 Gregory Drive, Henderson. 

827-9545. 826-9527 
Johnson. James Rodney. 322 Lowry. Lexington. 278-328S, 

254-6412 
Jones. Harold, Mt, Vernon, 256-2287 
Justice, Morris W., Zebulon, 432-1933, 432-2733 
Justice, Paul W., Box 261. Paintsville, 789-4622 
Kingsolver, Roy Steven, Rt. 3, Shelb\-ville, 633-2620 
Lamb. Stacy W.. 1247 Magnolia Street. Bowling Green. 

237-3617. 843-6285 
Lee. Bill. Leitchfield. 259-4661. 879-4211 
Lindenberger, John B.. 2107 Appleton Lane. Louisville. 

937-5514. 937-5514 
Lvkins. Joe Daniel. Malone. 743-3473 
Lynch. Lester F.. 515 Springdale. Elizabethtown. 765-2060. 

765-4174 
Lynch. Merle F.. 4333 B Second Avenue. Ft. Knox 
McBride. Kenneth W.. 157 St. William Drive. Lexington, 

266-7786. 255-6666 
Mason, Luther, 410 E. Adair Street, Owenton, 484-5104, 

484-5509 
Mastin. Bert T.. Clay City. 663-2025. 663-2024 
Mattinglv. Bernard. P. O. Box 57. Hardinsburg. 756-5671 
Mayes. Jerry. Letcher. 633-4661 
Mays, Kent, Wingo, 376-5452, 376-2201 
Meehan, Michael Edward, 1727 Silver Lane, Lexington, 

299-5873 
Milak, Joseph R., 131 Keen Hall, Bowling Green 745- 

5565, 745-3348 
Morrison, Daniel G., 707 State Street. Bowling Green, 

843-9633, 842-0800 
Mosley, Ted, Highland Avenue, Marwill Apt 8. Carroll- 
ton. 732-6896, 732-5215 
Newsome, Ronald, 1406 Rochester, Middlesboro. 248-6572, 

248-1000 
Newton, Jerry L,. P, O. Box 244. LaCenter, 665-5329, 442- 

6143 
Omer. William Keith, Rt. 1. Clav, 333-2529. 333-4008 
Padgett, R. K., 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset, 678-5485, 

678-4141 
Pence, Wilbur E., Jr.. R. R. 1. Glendalc. 369-4288 
Pendvgraft. Doug. 950 W. Lexington. Danville. 236-8443, 

734-9552 
Perkins, Jerry L., Martin, 285-3594 

Peters, W. A., Rt. 1. Box 213. London. 864-6155. 864-5278 
Phelps. Clovis. Jr.. 109 May Street, Somerset. 678-8683, 

678-4022 
Pollock, Robert G., Rt. 1. Irvington. 547-5341, 422-3214 
Powell. Kellice M.. 5034A Hammond Heights. Ft. Camp- 
bell. 798-2368. 798-5412 
Price. Patrick E.. Rt. 2, Flemingsburg, 849-2118 
Purcell, Jim, Caneyville. 879-6056, 879-4211 
Qualk, Bud, 603 N. 18th Street. Apt. 6. Murray, 753-3915 
Rains. Danny. Rt. 2. Williamsburg. 549-0372 
Ray. Carroll. 712 Finlev. Providence. 667-2497 
Reed. Wesley C. R. R. 1. Wavnesburg. 365-7663 
Rcinhart. William J.. Sr.. 780.5 Daffodil Drive. Pleasure 

Ridge Pk.. 935-4657. 358-2581. Ext. 32 
Rigg. Ronald L.. 151'. Lindsev Street. Mavsville. 564-6809. 

759-9170 
Roach, Herman, Box 187, Campbellsville, 465-9919, 465- 

9919 
Romanello, Daniel J., 4420 Floral Avenue, Norwood. Ohio. 

731-8033. 632-3500 
Ronshausen. Tex. 2988 Aries Court. Cincinnati, Oliio. 729- 

2456. 542-7514 
Rovce. Walter L.. 3232 Hampton Street. Ashland. 325-7994. 

324-1111. Ext. 6247 
Runyon. Tommy Dean. Box 181. Belfry, 353-7883. 353-7916 
Bailee, Donald, Harrison Avenue. Box 81, Central City, 
754-2696, 754-2272 



Approved and Certified Baseball Officials 

Some fifty K.H.S.A,A. officials registered in 
baseball took the National Federation examination 
for the higher ratings on April 19, 1971, Officials 
who qualified for advanced ratings are as follows: 

Cerlified Officials 
Anderson. Luther S. Kinney, Paul C. 
Ashley, Kenneth Lamb, Paul W. 

Bertsch, Ronald Marlette, Ron 

Bosse, William V., Jr. Mattingly, Charles P. 
Bushkar, John Morgan, Richard 

Cline Roy E. Morse, Richard K. 

Crager, Bobby F. Mulligan, J. T. 

Daniels, Robert A. Pardue, Israel L, 

Davis, Bunny Ring, Bill 

Duerson, W. R, Roe, Buddy 

Durbin, Roy Rogers. Eldridge 

Elliott. Carroll L. Sandusky, Jerry 

Eyl, Edward W.. Jr. Sellier, Ed 

Frankel, Louis S. Shaw, Earl 

Gaines, Curtis Singleton, Jim 

Giordano. Al Smith, Willard N. 

Griffith, Edwin D. Strain, Richard P. 

Hardin, Don G. Thornton, Bryce 

Hubbs, Cletus Tvre, Donald 

Jenkins. Ronald E. Urlage, Richard 

Jones, Frank Washer, Jamie Don 

Jones, Joe S. Winfrey. Shelby 

Kaufman, Alvin R. Wingfield. Felix G. 

Kidwell, James S. Wright. John David 

Kimmel, Jerry Wylie, Wayne T. 

King, James A. Zirnheld. Leonard 

Approved Officials 
Burgess, Richard N. T.ile. Clyde F. 

Dickison Ruddie Lynn McClure. Jerry T. 
Dill. J. Roger McDowell, Charles V. 

Farmer. Joseph T. Meyers, John F, 

Foust. Ray, Jr. Primm. James T, 

Gibson. James Dean Roberts. Harry 
Grimes, Herman L, Sammons, John I, 

Henderson, Charles A, Staten. Gordon L, 
Hina, Henry B, StuU. Beniamin C, 

Hurst, Terry Taylor, John O. 

Larue . Wil liam D.. Jr. V arner. Ray G, 

Salsbii'v, Don, 1029 Legion Park Road, Greensburg, 932- 

5,577 
Salver. Jesse B.. Fuget. '>65-4899. 789-4215 
Sammons. Thomas S.. 205 North 6th Street. Murray, 753- 

9297 
Sands. Marvin ,3260' • Oakland Avenue, Catlettsburg, 739- 

5204, 836-8221 
P'-ott, S'dnev H,, Albany 
Shaver, Perry A., P. O, Box 154, Bremen, 525-3551, 754- 

4541 
Shoulders, Michael Earl, 503 E. Cedar Street, Franklin, 

586-8679 
Simpson, James H.. Box 701, South Shore. 932-3613 
Sineleton. Jim. 9017 Cinderella, Louisville, 964-0090, 366- 

9S61, Ext. 532 
Smith. Richard. Letcher. 6.33-7344 
Spradlin. Ben J.. Martin. 285-3139. 285-3243 
Steele. George. Kentucky Avenue. Worthington, 836-8221 

(Bus.) 
Stephenson. Harrv. 1612 Hawthorn, Lexington. 299-1757. 

2.33-8310 
Stone. Gary Frank. 1247 Magnolia. Bowling Green, 237- 

4296 
Stone. Kirby. 6100 Azalea Lane. Pleasure Ridge Park, 

935-4744 583-44i3 
Stout. Louis. 808 Cedarwood Drive. Lexington, 233-0383. 

272-1513 
Strong. Paul. Box 704. Mavfield. 247-4600, 247-6150 
Sumner, Csrl, 8711 Cedar Creek Road, Fern Creek, 239- 

0783, 459-10,30, Ext. 205 
Taylor. Jerome Dean. Gamaliel 
Thornton. Michael Allan. 1115 Forest Court. Ashland. 

325-3646 
Trussell. Terry, 309 Second Street, Carlisle, 289-5082 
Tucker, Claude Gilbert, Box 46. Hiseville. 453-2471, 453- 

2471 
Tucker, David, Wingo, 376-2202 
White, Teddy, Rt. 4. Caneyville. 879-6651 
Willis. Dewa'yne. Livermore. 278-2308 

Wurm Robert W., 408 Smith Avenue, Box 215, Elizabeth- 
town, 765-4611 
Wolfe, Chris, Box 646, Jenkins, 832-2739 
Yonts, James B.. Box 367. Hazard, 436-3086 
Young. Michael Anthony. Donaldson Road. Box 877, Erl- 

anger, 283-2812 



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Page Eleven 



MODEL HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM 
KENTUCKY CLASS AA CHAMPION— 1971 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: Coach Dan Lichty, Julie Powell, Ann Brown, May MacMc- 
Kinney, Betsy Smith, Cathy Combs, Libby Hume, Russie Coy, Mgr. Clara Smith. Second 
Row: Valerie Brotherton, Ann Moretz, Libby Roberts, Karen Powell, Cheryl Combs, Tam- 
my Thompson, Margie Munch, Beth Cockerham. Third Row: Patty Moretz, Leigh Nagle, 
Missy Smith, Coy Wiggins, Robin Nagle, Beth Kirkpalrick, Nancy Cornelison. 



Team Teaching 

By Supt. Julius G. Truelson 
Fort Worth Public Schools 

"When will the coaches have to start teach- 
ing? They're out there just watching while we're 
in here explaining factoring or teaching Chaucer 
or listening to current events." These critical com- 
mentators didn't realize it, but they were in the 
dark ages of teaching. 

The coaches were "where the action is" — they 
were with it" — perfectly executing team match- 
ing long before it was fashionable or the latest 
innovation among other educators. 
Coaches Lead the Way 

The coaching situation is the best method to 
explain what team teaching involves. Coaching 
shows how team teaching is vital to the better- 
ment of classroom instruction. 

Now let's see what a football coach does. First, 
he sits down and studies each individual boy un- 
der his direction. He finds what he can do, what 
he can do best, what his weaknesses are, and 
then builds on his strengths and overcomes his 
weaknesses. 

A Boy Is An Individual 

The coach thinks about each boy as an indi- 
vidual and sees where he can fit best into the 
total picture. Then he gives each boy the special 
training that he needs. He divides the boys into 
small groups and works with ll^em-— the ends to- 
gether, the tackles together, ihc guards together, 
the centers and the backs tOf ether. 

The boys work as a gioup on their patterns. 
Soon they can do them "'jionja'ically. 'They do 
them over and over. After the,, i; t through prac- 



tice, they sit down and discuss them — how did 
John do this; how did Joe do that: how did Bill 
do that: what can be done to improve John, Joe, 
Bill. On every play in football, 11 players must 
all mesh together and do something that comes 
out with one single answer that has to do with 
moving the ball forward. 

Complicated Study 

There are many football plays for any given 
high school team. Each play is designed to do a 
certain thing, and this must be done against an 
opponent who is actively trying to keep the play 
from being successful. The coach has to anticipate 
this and, benefiting by team teaching, plan for 
what can be restructured to meet the needs at the 
moment. 

The team has to do each play just right. If 
they make a mistake, they fail the test. The 
coaches are taking pictures so they can go back 
and study them. You then have instant evalua- 
tion. 

The Team Develops 

How does a football team develop through this 
team teaching? The boys are involved. They are 
given short segments of information — a lot of do- 
ing. It is relevant to them and they want to par- 
ticipate. They are emotionally involved: they like 
what they are doing: they get instant evaluation: 
they get recognition when they do it right; they 
get instant correction when they do it wTong. 
When they get through, they feel like they are 
better for i'. That's why football is a tremendous 
success. The team is involved. One day we will 
di; cover this in all of our success. 

— Texas Interscholastic Leaguer 



Page Twelve THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1971 

1971 State Basketball Tournament Statistics 



Total number of games included in this report: 15 

Average score: For Winners 76.3; For Losers 62.5; for Both Teams 138.8. 
Average total time from opening whistle to end of game: 1 hour, 21.8 minutes. 
Average number of personal fouls (fouls by A plus fouls by B) : 34 per game. 
Average number of times a player committed 5 personal fouls: 1.1 per game. 
Total number of free throws attempted per game: 46.5. 
Total number of free throws successful per game: 28. 
Total number of overtime games: 3. 

AVERAGE NUMBER 

VIOLATIONS: 

(a) 3-second lane 1.1 per game 

(b) free throw lane _ . 0.6 per game 

(c) stepping into restraining circle on jump 0.1 per game 

PERSONAL FOULS: 

(d) personal control 1.5 per game 

(e) along free low lane during free throw 0.3 per game 

(f) by defensive player 27.1 per game 

g) by offensive player 5.3 per game 

FREE THROWS: 

(h) offended player awarded 1 attempt only 13.3 per game 

(i) offended player awarded bonus situation 12.1 per game 

(j) offended player awarded 2 attempts 7.0 per game 

(k) times live baU free throw rebound recovered by deefnse 10.2 per game 

HELD BALLS declared as a result of a closely guarded player in his mid-court holding and/or 
dribbling ball for 5 seconds: 0.07 per game 

TIME-OUTS charged to both teams: 

(a) First quarter 1.0 per game 

(b) Second quarter 1.5 per game 

(c) Third quarter __ 1.1 per game 

(d) Fourth quarter — first 5 minutes 1.3 per game 

(e) Requested by coaches for purpose of conferring with official regarding correcting or pre- 
venting error 0.1 per game 

INSUFFICIENT ACTION warnings given: per game 

INSUFFICIENT ACTION technical fouls assessed: per game 

UNSPORTSMANLIKE BENCH CONDUCT: 

(a) Technical fouls assessed . 0.5 per game 

(b) Coach disqualified because 3rd technical foul assessed per game 



TO: PRINCIPALS OF MEMBER SCHOOLS OF K.H.S.A.A. 



SUBJECT: CATASTROPHE INSURANCE POLICY 

The following information about the catastrophe insurance coverage pur- 
chased by K.H.S.A.A. to cover athletes of member schools is published for 
your consideration. The coverage will commence July 1, 1971, for the 
school year 1971-72, and will be identical with the coverage for the current 
year. 

PERSONS COVERED: Student athletes on teams of member schools of 
K.H.S.A.A. will be covered while practicing for or competing in K.H.S.A.A. 
approved inter-school athletic events or while traveling in a group directly 
to or from practice session or scheduled athletic event for the purpose of 
participating in such session or event. 

ACCIDENT MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFIT: Expenses incurred for 
treatment of a covered injury including necessary services of a licensed 
physician, hospital expenses subject to limit for daily room and board and 
general nursing care of normal charge for semi-private room, private duty 
nursing care by R.N. on order of physician and physio-therapy performed 
while hospital confined shall be covered within fifty-two (52) weeks follow- 
ing the accident causing injury provided treatment for such injury com- 
mences within thirty (30) days of the date of covered accident. 

The first $1000.00 of covered expenses, or the amount of such expenses as 
are covered under all other collectible insurance of the policyholder and 
insured, whichever figure is greatest, will be deducted from any claim paid 
hereunder. Subject to this provision, the Company will pay up to a maxi- 
mum of $10,000.00 except that when payment under the plan exceeds 
$5000.00, further payment shall be 75', of the eligible charges. 

EXCLUSIONS: No payment shall be made for hernia, appendicitis, cardiac 
disease, diabetes, detached retina, osteomyelitis, malignancy or Osgood- 
Schlatters disease, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition, or for injuries 
connected with fighting or brawling. 

ADMINISTRATION: The plan is administered by The Kingden Company. 
At a later date you will be provided with information as to coverage and 
procedure to be followed in the event of a claim. 



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Life Department 

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