Hometown: Pineville, KY
Position: G Playing Height: 5-9
Date of Birth: November 9, 1897
Date of Death: May 10, 1921
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Game by Game Statistics
Kentucky Career Notes:
Transferred to Columbia (did not play)
Post-UK Career Notes:
Served in the Military
Obituary - Body of Soldier is Taken to Baltimore, Asheville Citizen (May 12, 1921)
Max Glickman, Who Died Monday at Kenilworth Hospital, to be Buried in Baltimore
The body of Max Glickman was taken yesterday to Baltimore, by relatives, where funeral services and interment will take place. The soldier died at Kenilworth hospital, United States public health service institution, Monday morning. He had been at the hospital for several weeks and formerly made his home with relatives at 64 Highland Street. He has been in ill health for more than two years.
He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Katie Glickman, a sister, Miss Bessie Glickman, and two brothers one of whom lost a leg during the World War and the other one, who is ill in a government hospital in Baltimore.
By occupation the soldier was a student and was 23 years of age.
The Kentucky Kernel (May 20, 1921)
Max Glickman of Pineville, Ky., a former student at the University of Kentucky, died May 10, at the Army Hospital, Asheville N. Car., according to an announcement received at the University.
After leaving the University in 1918, he entered the Medical College of Columbia University. There he enlisted in the S.A.T.C. and while in the service, he contracted a disease from which he never recovered.
While at the University of Kentucky, he took a prominent part in athletic activities and won his letter in basket ball.
The sad news comes as a surprise to his many friends to whom the memory of his kind and pleasing character will be endeared forever.