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June 26, 1967 | Kim Chapin
Summer does not stop the Hoosiers' favorite game, nor the boast that they produce the country's best players. Kentucky again took up the challenge and the anticipated war of the big men was only a sideshow
December 04, 1967
Western Kentucky's Hilltoppers, defending champions of the Ohio Valley Conference, are a team of little brothers and family men. Seven players are married and, since the latest Miss Kentucky is a Western coed, some...
January 04, 1971 | William F. Reed
Jim McDaniels is an improbable giant. He plays center, naturally, but also forward and sometimes guard. He is, says Coach John Oldham of Western Kentucky, a "roamer," meaning that McDaniels would just as soon fire...
March 29, 1971 | Curry Kirkpatrick
But it was a frivolous notion, for no sooner had the fans of Kansas, Western Kentucky and Villanova gloried in victory than they faced up to what was waiting at Houston—those Bruins again
April 19, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Jim McDaniels of Western Kentucky, who signed for an estimated $2.8 million with the Carolina Cougars, on his rapid rate of growth as a teen-ager—four inches in three months: "I cried at night in bed. It was hurting...