| Overall UK Wins: 2 | Overall UK Losses: 2 | Win % 50 |
Date of Birth: September 4, 1886
Date of Death: November 14, 1971
Hometown: Owensboro, KY
Alma Mater: Kentucky 
Notes: Kentucky basketball manager (1909)
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|1/9/1909||Lexington High at Kentucky||W||28 - 9||-||-||-||-||0||0||-||Umpire - James Chambers; Referee - J.O. Van Meter; Timekeeper- H.H. Downing and Scorekeeper - W.W.H. Mustaine|
|1/18/1909||Kentucky at Advent Memorial Club||L||27 - 51||-||-||-||-||0||0||-||Referee - James Chambers (Kentucky) and Umpire - M.C. Isaac (Advent)|
|1/19/1909||Kentucky at Cincinnati||L||25 - 41||-||-||-||-||0||0||-||Referee - Ralph Inott and Umpire - James Chambers Inott acted as Referee in 1st half & as Umpire in 2nd half. Chambers acted as Umpire in 1st half & as Referee in 2nd half.|
|1/27/1909||Central University at Kentucky||W||24 - 23||-||-||0||6||0||0||-||Referee - Malcolm Raworth (Central) and Umpire - James Chambers (State College)|
Obituary - Odessa (TX) American (November 15, 1971)
DALLAS (AP) - James F. chambers, founder of Chambers Construction Co. and father of James F. Chambers Jr., chairman of the board and publisher of the Dallas Times Herald, died Sunday. he was 85.
Chambers had been active in business and civic affairs in Dallas for more than 50 years. He began his career at Houston in 1909 and later moved to Austin, where he supervised he construction of several buildings for the University of Texas. He came to Dallas in 1916 and retired in 1955.
Born in Owensboro, Ky., he attended the University of Kentucky.
In Dallas, he was a member of Hella Shrine Temple, Scottish Rite Bodies and the First Baptist Church.
Private funeral services were set for this afternoon at Sparkman-Hillcrest Northwest Highway Chapel with burial at Grove Hill Memorial Park.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Fred Honea Jr., three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, all of Dallas.