| Wins against Kentucky - 1 | Losses against Kentucky - 4 |
Alma Mater: 1913
Hometown: Culpeper County, VA
Date Born: December 7, 1888
Date Died: August 15, 1975
Overall Record: 56-31 [5 Seasons]
|2/22/1930||Washington & Lee at Kentucky||W||28 - 26 OT||-|
|2/8/1929||Washington & Lee at Kentucky||W||31 - 30||-|
|2/3/1928||Washington & Lee at Kentucky||W||34 - 28||-|
|2/4/1927||Washington & Lee at Kentucky||L||34 - 36||-|
|2/5/1926||Washington & Lee at Kentucky||W||44 - 34||-|
Obituary - Jackson (MS) Clarion-Ledger (August 16, 1975)
Longtime W&L Coach Dies
LEXINGTON, Va (AP) - Richard A. "Capn Dick" Smith of Lexington, longtime athletic director and baseball coach at Washington & Lee University, died in a Staunton Hospital. He was 86.
Smih was W&L athletic director from 1921 to his retirement in 1954, coached baseball from 1922-52 and basketball from 1926-30. His best basketball teams posed a 16-2 mark in 1928-29 and 16-4 in 1929-30.
He is survived by a son, Richard W. Smith, an attorney and former mayor in Staunton, and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be Sunday in Lexington.
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