|-||Leo Brewer (L)||F||Sr.||5-10||-||Mayfield, KY||(Team Manager);|
|-||Harold Downing (L)||C||Sr.||6-1||-||Lexington, KY||-|
|-||Neville Stone (L)||F||Sr.||5-8||152||Earlington, KY||-|
|-||Maury Wilson (L)||G||Sr.||5-10||148||Louisville, KY (Male)||-|
|-||Shelby Shanklin||F||Jr.||5-9||150||Lexington, KY||-|
|-||Richard Barbee||G||So.||5-8||152||Lexington, KY||-|
|-||Walter Fox (L)||F-C||So.||-||-||Newport, KY||-|
|-||Shelby Post (L)||F||So.||5-9||-||Kingston, NY||-|
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Left to Right: Manager Leo Brewer, Harold Downing, Maury Wilson, Captain Richard Barbee, Walter Fox, Shelby Post
Season Review - (Kentuckian)
DICK BARBEE, captain of the '08 basketball team played the game at all times, whether he ate a "dog" and a roll or an apple pie before the game. It was all the same to him. Richard Carroll is a game "kid," and should succeed in getting through Chemistry before he plays on the team with Downing's children. Little Dick is a player of experience and skill. He well filled the office of captain.
MORRIE WILSON, '08, guard. Morrie's work at guard was always up to the standard, and few were the goals made over him. Besides guarding well he scored many points on goals from the field. His goal throwing from fouls was good, and his graceful motion in this, roused the envy of the Girls' Basketball team, and vain attempts were made to imitate him.
WALTER FOX, forward on the team will make a name before he graduates He has been taken ill before the close of the last two seasons, and his absence was immediately felt. "Lengthy" could get more shots at the basket than anybody on the team, and has been known to ruin the reputation of several well-known guards.
SHELBY POST, the man with the pretty form. Shelby is a good forward, has a sure eye for the basket and the strength to throw off nearly all guards. The girls say he has the prettiest form of any man on the team, and we advise all the hopeful Freshmen to pick "Mr." Post for their model.
HAROLD H. DOWNING. "Twofer" had been noted for his "gym" work, his love affairs and studious habits, for many years, but it was not until his Senior year that he became our famous center. His only drawback was his whistle. We hope his wife will "ball" him out for this.
NERVY STONE, sub-forward, could be called on at any time to take the place of any player on the team, and could be depended upon to do his best. "Big League" took Fox's place when the latter was taken ill, and is known among the girls as "the well-built man with the don't care walk."