|-||James McFarland (L)||F||So.||5-10||-||Lexington, KY (Senior)||-|
|-||Will Milward (L)||C||So.||-||-||Lexington, KY (Senior)||-|
|-||Lovell Underwood (L)||C-F||So.||6-3||-||Lexington, KY (Senior)||-|
|-||Carl Riefkin (L)||F||Sr.||-||-||Covington, KY||-|
|-||William King (L)||F||Jr.||5-11||140||Lexington, KY (Senior)||-|
|-||William Wilkinson||F||Jr.||-||-||Lebanon, KY||-|
|-||Charles Hughes (L)||C-F||Jr.||-||-||Repton, KY (Morton-Elliott Academy (Elkton))||-|
|-||A. T. Rice (L)||G||Jr.||-||-||Paris, KY||-|
|-||Charles Alberts||G||So.||-||-||Winchester, KY (High)||-|
|-||C. Foster Helm||C-F||So.||-||-||Lexington, KY (Senior)||-|
|-||Ralph Boren (L)||G||Jr.||-||-||Paducah, KY||-|
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Front Row (l to r): James McFarland, Bill King, A.T. Rice, Will Milward, Lovell Underwood
Season Review - Basketball Team (Kentuckian)
"Rief" and Rice were the only members of the 23 team who made the grade this year. Carl graduates in June, after a successful basketball career.
"Cowboy" had the misfortune to injure a hand before the season was half gone, but got back into the line-up in time to help annex the state title. "Puncher" is either a center or a forward, and was used at guard when injuries sent King out.
WILLIAM R. MILWARD
Lanky Will, center, didn't get started until the West Virginia game, but once out in front, he stayed there. Fitting in with Buchheit's four-man defense style, Milward ranged under the basket and eluded his guards for many "crip" shots.
CAPTAIN A.T. RICE
"Chuck," like Hayden and Lavin, hails from Paris, noted for its court stars. His work at back guard throughout the past season was excellent, and under his leadership the Felines had a highly successful season.
CAPTAIN-ELECT JAMES McFARLAND
"Jimmie" with a list of 'alls" after his name that resembles a string of degrees, is one of the fastest cagers to step on the Cat floor. With deadly accuracy from all points of the floor, "Mac" led his teammates in scoring and made his first varsity year a banner one.
CHARLES T. HUGHES
"Turkey" fills in his time between football and baseball and track with a little basketball. Playing either at center or forward, Hughes broke into practically all the games this year.
"Iron Man Willie," All-Southern forward on the 1923 team, got back into harness again this year, all set for another banner year on the fore court. When Buchheit failed to discover a running guard, who would fit in with his combination, King was shifted to that position. Although in a place entirely unfamiliar, the Lexington lad filled in beautifully, and was rated among the best at the conference tournament.
In the games that he was called to work in, Ralph proved a capable player. He as especially valuable as a back guard.