- Saturday, January 30 1915 -
St. Andrews - 15
|John "Slew" Jansing||1||0||2|
Kentucky - 32 (Head Coach: Alpha Brumage) - [Final Rank ]
Halftime Score: Kentucky 15, St. Andrews 11
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|Louisville 18 - 14|||||Maryville 23 - 22|
Game Writeup - The Idea
BASKET BALL TEAM DEFEATS ST. ANDREWS
Old Stars Unable to Check Lead of the Sturdy Wildcats
GUMBERT AT GUARD
In the second game of the season the State boys won over St. Andrews by the score of 32 to 15. In the first half the Louisville bunch held them to a close score but at the beginning of the second part Kentucky set a pace which the former were not able to reach.
The visitors, although stars of former years, were not in the form showed by the Lexington bunch, who have improved quite a little since last Saturday's game. Among the St. Andrews' five were Hess, a former C.U. star, and Duncan, an old Transylvania man.
Tuttle was by far the shining light of the game, playing all over the floor and shooting goals from all angles. It appeared as if he were playing forward and the Louisville man guard. Morgan and Zerfoss also did some clever goal pitching.
For St. Andrews Duncan and Jansing probably did the best work.
The boys leave on a Southern trip Thursday, playing two games at Knoxville with Tennessee, and one with Maryville. With Scotty back in the game the Wildcats should be able to cop all of these.
Game Writeup - Louisville Courier-Journal
WILDCATS BEAT LOCAL QUINTET
Tuttle Chief Factor in Downfall of St. Andrew's In Rough Game.
WRANGLING MARS CONTEST
Lexington, Ky., Jan. 30. - (Special.) - Largely through the remarkable goal throwing of Tuttle, the State University basketball five defeated the St. Andrews team, of Louisville, at the auditorium here to-night by the score of 32 to 15. The game was a rough and tumble affair from start to finish. The first half was fairly close, ending with the score 15 to 11 in favor of the local boys. In the second half the team played to Tuttle, and he scored with great regularity, tossing five baskets in the final period.
The visitors lacked the aggressiveness of the Lexington boys and were inferior in teamwork. The game was marred from the spectators' standpoint by frequent wrangling over decisions, the Louisville boys on several occasions objecting strenuously to Referee Keith's ruling.
State scored first on a field goal by Morgan, and the lead they took on this score was never headed and at no time did the Louisville team show in front of the Blue and White.
Besides Tuttle, Morgan and Zerfoss played a fast game for State, while Duncan probably did the best work for the visitors, showing more speed and aggressiveness than his teammates.