| Wins against Kentucky - 0 | Losses against Kentucky - 14 |
Alma Mater: Wake Forest 
Hometown: Baton Rouge, LA
Date Born: April 30, 1898
Date Died: March 24, 1972
Overall Record: 340-264 [29 Seasons]
|1/12/1957||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||51 - 46||-|
|1/14/1956||Louisiana State at Kentucky||W||107 - 65||-|
|12/3/1955||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||62 - 52||(non-SEC game)|
|1/17/1955||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||64 - 62||-|
|12/4/1954||Louisiana State at Kentucky||W||74 - 58||(non-SEC game)|
|3/9/1954||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||63 - 56||SEC Playoff (at Nashville, TN) (non-SEC game)|
|3/1/1952||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||44 - 43||SEC Tournament Championship (at Louisville, KY)|
|1/5/1952||Louisiana State at Kentucky||W||57 - 47||-|
|1/31/1951||Kentucky at Louisiana State||W||81 - 59||-|
|3/5/1948||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||63 - 47||SEC Tournament (at Louisville, KY)|
|3/2/1946||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||59 - 36||SEC Tournament Championship (at Louisville, KY)|
|3/3/1939||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||53 - 34||SEC Tournament (at Knoxville, TN)|
|2/26/1937||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||57 - 37||SEC Tournament (at Knoxville, TN)|
|2/27/1933||Kentucky vs. Louisiana State||W||51 - 38||SEC Tournament (at Atlanta, GA)|
Obituary - The Times (March 25, 1972)
LSU Coach Rabenhorst Dies at 73
BATON ROUGE - Services are set for 3 p.m. today at St. Aloysius Church for Harry Rabenhorst, 73, associated with LSU athletics since 1925, who died of an apparent heart attack at his home here Friday morning. The body is at Rabenhorst Funeral Home with visiting hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. Interment at Roselawn Memorial Park will follow the church service.
"LSU has lost one of its greatest champions," said Carl Maddox, LSU Director of Athletics. "Coach Raby was revered and respected nationally by the many who came to know him in the world of intercollegiate athletics - but more significant is the esteem and the love he earned from the men who played for him. He was a great force for good and LSU is better for having had Coach Raby."
Charles McClendon, LSU head football coach, said "I have never known a coach with more humility and gentle feeling toward his players than coach Raby. Coach Raby has certainly been a comfort to me in my years at LSU. In trying times he knew how to keep your spirits up."
Rabenhorst is survived by his wife, the former Nell Allen, and a brother and two sisters. The Rabenhorsts celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this past summer.
Rabenhorst retired in 1968 after serving as acting LSU athletic director for a year. He was the assistant athletic director 1947-1967 and coached LSU basketball and baseball teams from 1925 to 1957 except for Navy duty in World War II. He coached LSU to its only national championship basketball in 1935.
He is a member of the Helms Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame and was at one time a president of the SEC Basketball Coaches Association.
Rabenhorst was a star athlete at Wake Forest in the years following World War I and holds the record for the longest punt (115 yards) in football history.
A native of Baton Rouge, he was born April 30, 1898.
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