|-||Stanley Baer (L)||F||Sr.||5-6||128||Louisville, KY||-|
|-||Leo Brewer||F||Jr.||-||-||Mayfield, KY||-|
|-||Thomson Bryant (L)||C||Jr.||6-0||-||Nicholasville, KY [Kentucky State College Prep School, Lexington, KY]||-|
|-||Maury Wilson (L)||G||Jr.||5-10||148||Louisville, KY (High)||-|
|-||Richard Barbee (L)||G||So.||5-8||152||Lexington, KY||-|
|-||Shelby Shanklin||F||So.||5-9||150||Lexington, KY||-|
|-||Walter Fox (L)||F/C||Fr.||-||-||Newport, KY||-|
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Seated (l to r): Stanley Baer, Maury Wilson, Richard Barbee
Season Review - BASKETBALL (Kentuckian)
BASKET BALL at Kentucky State College the past season commanded a great deal more interest and enthusiasm than has ever been accorded this branch of sport by the student-body heretofore. Beginning the season this time with all of the last year's team back, prospects looked good from the start, and when the excellent new material that was on hand began to try out, the old men knew they had to work for their places, hence the good practice that started the development of the team early in the year. the games this year were attended by fairly good crowds, the student body contributing liberally.
A fairly good schedule was played, but owing to the lateness of the election of the management the schedule was not what it might have been. A goodly number of the games were played in the home gymnasium and lovers of basket ball were given a splendid opportunity for seeing much good work displayed. A trip was arranged, but the members of the team who indulged in the pleasures of a trip last season were wise to its effects and results and chose to remain at home.
One thing the present basket ball team can boast of is the financial success of the season. It was the first time in the history of basket ball at State College that the team has paid its expenses. Like our past foot ball season, with economical management the basket ball team finished the season with a balance in the treasury sufficient to purchase the team sweaters, which was done.
Great interest was manifested in the series played with Georgetown, the champions for several years past. State won the first game and Georgetown the second. With the deciding game to be played in State's gymnasium, and a great deal of conviction that State would win the third game, Georgetown backed out in the last moment and refused to finish the season, for reasons which were never expressed. Under these conditions, State College can justly claim the championship