- Thursday, February 23 1911 -
Butler - 16 (Head Coach: Bill Diddle)
Kentucky - 21 (Head Coach: Harold J. Iddings)
|W. C. Harrison||1||0||2|
|R. C. Preston||3||0||6|
Officials: Referee - J.O. Van Meter (Lexington YMCA) and Umpire - Richenbach (Butler)
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|Georgetown College 47 - 22|||||Transylvania 22 - 19|
Game Writeup - Lexington Leader
STATE BEATS BUTLER COLLEGE 21 to 16
The State University basket ball team defeated the five from Butler College of Indianapolis on the State Armory floor Thursday night by a score of 21 to 16 in a close and well played game.
Game Writeup - Louisville Courier-Journal
State Wins From Butler
Lexington, Ky., Feb. 23 - (Special) - The State University basketball team defeated the team from Butler College, Indianapolis, here tonight by a score of 21 to 16. The State team outplayed the visitors in team work, though Silvers, of Butler, played wonderfully brilliant ball and made eleven of the sixteen goals for his side.
Game Writeup - Lexington Herald
STATE BEATS BUTLER COLLEGE FIVE HERE
Local Boys Take Basketball Game by the Score of 21 to 16
The State University basketball team defeated the five from Butler College of Indianapolis on the State Armory floor last night by a score of 21 to 16, in a close and well played game.
The local boys showed better team work and played an all round better game than the visitors and although the score was at all times close, the Blue and White was never in imminent danger of losing after the first few minutes of play.
It would be hard to say which one of the State men played the best game, as al of hem played well and were about equally divided in the scoring, but Silvers, forward was easily the star for Butler and made fifteen of the sixteen points made by his team.