Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History

Interview with Sue Feamster, February 1, 2021

Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries

 

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00:00:00 - Introduction and career overview

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Partial Transcript: Okay, my name is Valerie Still and I'm conducting an interview with Sue Feamster on February 1, 2021 for the UK Women's Basketball Oral History Project for the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky.

Segment Synopsis: Sue Feamster is introduced. She gives a brief overview of her involvement in sports and her career in recreation, coaching, and athletics at the University of Kentucky from 1969-1992.

Keywords: 1969; 1992; Assistant director of campus recreation; Athletic directors; Club teams; Coaching; Female coaches; Graduate students; Intermural athletics; Intermural sports; Intramural sports; Kentucky; Retirement; Women coaches

Subjects: Coaches (Athletics); College sports--Coaching; College sports.; College students--Employment.; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; University of Kentucky--Sports--History

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
00:02:04 - Childhood interest in sports and the outdoors

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Partial Transcript: Well, with that said, how does--tell us a little bit about your background.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster discusses her family's interest in sports and the outdoors during her childhood in Frankfort, Kentucky. Her grandfather played with Babe Ruth on the New York Yankees.

Keywords: Babe Ruth; Background; Brothers; Camping; Family; Fathers; Fishing; Frankfort (Ky.); Grandfathers; Hunting; Major League Baseball; Mothers; New York Yankees; Outdoors

Subjects: Childhood; Families.; Leisure; Recreation; Sports

GPS: Frankfort (Ky.)
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.866667
00:04:42 - Lack of sports for girls during her childhood

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Partial Transcript: Wow, so, uh, in, in that kind of--with having only brothers, uh, girls usually tend to, you know, gravitate towards sports and all.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster discusses the lack of official sports teams for girls during her childhood. She talks about being part of unofficial flag football, softball, and other games. She talks about her childhood heartbreak when she was told she could not play little league baseball because she was a girl.

Keywords: Authorized; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Fathers; Flag football; Franklin County High School; Gender; Gender discrimination; Girls' sports; High schools; Little league baseball; Mentors; Midway College; Not allowed; Participation; Pat Deacon; Playgrounds; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Softball; Tennis; Title IX; Tryouts; Unorganized

Subjects: Childhood; Families.; Leisure; Recreation; Sports

GPS: Frankfort (Ky.)
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.866667
00:09:31 - Choosing the University of Kentucky, enrollment, and orientation

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Partial Transcript: And so--I--of course scholarships weren't available. How did you get to UK?

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about how her mother decided that Feamster would attend the University of Kentucky. She talks about her own wishes of taking a gap year before beginning college or joining the Peace Corps, neither of which her mother allowed. She talks about waiting in line all day to register for classes at UK before being turned away, furthering her dislike of the idea of attending UK. She talks about a discouraging speech given at freshman orientation, and how that speech affected how she later treated the students she worked with. She talks about how her family's love of UK sports affected her.

Keywords: 1962; Africa; Brothers; Classes; Decisions; Discouraging; Enrollment; Fathers; Gap year; Impact; Influences; Kentucky Wildcats; Memorial Coliseum; Mothers; Orientation; Parents; Peace Corps; Permission; Rifle teams; Support; Track

Subjects: Campus visits; College choice; College environment; College freshmen; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
00:17:47 - Freshman year at the University of Kentucky (1962-1963)

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Partial Transcript: So you were a freshman at UK '62-'63, right?

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about the agreement she made with her mother that if she passed her first year at UK, she could take her gap year. She talks about trying to fail her classes on purpose, and how she later had to speak with a dean to get reinstated after being put on academic probation. She talks about the lack of sports for women at UK at the time, not being able to play one of the few sports available because of her schedule, and taking an equestrian class.

Keywords: 1962; 1963; Academic probation; Agreements; Banned; Club sports; College majors; Courses; Deans; Dressage; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equestrian classes; Equity in athletics; Failing; Fathers; Field hockey; Flunking; Gap year; Gender; Gender discrimination; Goals; Grades; Horses; Intermural sports; Intramural sports; Kicked out; Mothers; Saturday classes; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Varsity sports

Subjects: College athletes; College environment; College freshmen; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
00:23:09 - Coaching sports in the summer of 1963

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Partial Transcript: So you don't stay at UK then.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about leaving UK after her freshman year. She talks about coaching children's tennis during the summer, how she acquired equipment for the teams, and her work with the local newspaper to promote the teams. She talks about also participating in girls' softball during the summer.

Keywords: Children; City leagues; Equipment; Female coaches; Gap year; Girls' softball; Jobs; Kids; Mothers; Newspapers; P.E. teachers; Paul Weddle; Physical education teachers; Player of the week; Playgrounds; Resources; Sports editors; Summers; Teaching; Tennis instructors; Tennis rackets; Tryouts; Women coaches

Subjects: Coaches (Athletics); Coaching (Athletics); College students--Employment.; Frankfort (Ky.); Sports; Sports for children.; Tennis.

GPS: Frankfort (Ky.)
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.866667
00:27:05 - Gap year / Enrollment at Kentucky State University

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Partial Transcript: So, um, what we did was by the end of the summer all my friends went back to school or they had jobs.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about her lack of plans during her gap year and working on her uncle's farm. She talks about telling her mother she was going to enroll at Kentucky State University, a historically black college, in order to stop her mother from bothering her about returning to college. She talks about how this plan backfired and she ultimately began attending KSU.

Keywords: Black people; College degrees; Dinners; Enrollment; Experience; Farms; Friends; Gap year; Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs); Lessons; Mothers; Nannies; People of color; Plans; Stripping tobacco; White people

Subjects: African Americans--Education (Higher); African Americans--Social conditions; College environment; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Kentucky State University; Universities and colleges.

GPS: Kentucky State University
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.858333
00:35:20 - Playing club basketball at Kentucky State University

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Partial Transcript: I played on their basketball team there.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about the girls' club basketball team at Kentucky State University in the 1960s. She talks about how the team was racially integrated and they played against various schools throughout the state.

Keywords: 1960s; Black people; Club sports; Cousins; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Gender; Gender discrimination; Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs); Integrated; People of color; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Skin color; Varsity sports; White people

Subjects: African American college students.; African Americans--Education (Higher); African Americans--Recreation; African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Social conditions; Basketball; Basketball players; Basketball players--Kentucky; Basketball teams; College athletes; College environment; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Integration; Kentucky State University; Race discrimination.; Race relations--Kentucky; Racism; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges.; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: Kentucky State University
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.858333
00:38:08 - Awareness of segregation and racial issues

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Partial Transcript: So in the Spring we, uh--one of the coaches there that coached football was a tennis player.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about becoming aware of segregation and racial issues in sports when she played tennis against an African American player and began questioning why there were separate leagues for white and black players. She talks about joining a group at Kentucky State University that was planning to travel to Alabama for the Selma to Montgomery civil rights march. She talks about having to ask her parents' permission to go and discusses their responses. She talks about how her parents were treated at their jobs when people learned of their daughter's participation in the march: her mother was fired and her father was praised. She talks about how this experience opened her eyes to other social justice and racial issues in Frankfort and Lexington, Kentucky.

Keywords: Attitudes; Awareness; Black people; Bosses; Buses; Central State University; Civil rights marches; Dangerous; Dr. William Exum; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Fathers; Fired; Frankfort (Ky.); Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs); Lexington (Ky.); Lexington public schools; Manners; Montgomery (Ala.); Mothers; National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); National Distillers; Negro leagues; Newspapers; Parents; People of color; Permission; Reactions; Redlining districts; Selma (Ala.); Social issues; Social justice; State schools; Tennis; Treatment; White people

Subjects: African American college students.; African Americans--Civil rights; African Americans--Education (Higher); African Americans--Recreation; African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Social conditions; Civil rights demonstrations; Civil rights movements--United States; College athletes; College environment; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Integration; Kentucky State University; Race discrimination.; Race relations--Kentucky; Racism; Universities and colleges.; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: Frankfort (Ky.)
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.866667
GPS: Kentucky State University
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.858333
GPS: Selma (Ala.)
Map Coordinates: 32.416389, -87.024722
GPS: Montgomery (Ala.)
Map Coordinates: 32.361667, -86.279167
GPS: Lexington (Ky.)
Map Coordinates: 38.029722, -84.494722
00:53:16 - Transferring to Indiana University

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Partial Transcript: And you end up graduating from Kentucky State in--

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about her mother attending Indiana University to obtain her PhD, and Feamster transferring with her to keep her company. She talks about how this experience improved their relationship. She talks about why she returned to Kentucky State University.

Keywords: 1967; Anemia; Apartments; Biology; Chemistry; Club sports; Club teams; College majors; Graduation; Health issues; Mothers; PhDs; Relationships; Roommates; Transfers

Subjects: College environment; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher; Indiana University; Kentucky State University; Universities and colleges.; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: Indiana University
Map Coordinates: 39.166667, -86.5
GPS: Kentucky State University
Map Coordinates: 38.2, -84.858333
00:57:14 - Decision to attend graduate school / Teaching elementary physical education

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Partial Transcript: So then tell us about how you decide you're gonna--after hating going to school and everything, you decide you're gonna go to graduate school.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about how she decided to attend graduate school to obtain her master's degree. She talks about working as an elementary school physical education teacher, how she obtained more funding from the PTA for her classes, and why she ultimately decided to leave the school and obtain her master's degree. She talks about becoming the graduate assistant for campus recreation at the University of Kentucky.

Keywords: Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson; Campus recreation; Children; Club sports; Decisions; Demonstrations; Doctors; Elementary education; Elementary schools; Equipment; Finances; Funding; Goals; Grades; Graduate assistants; Graduate schools; Jobs; Kids; Money; Mothers; P.E. teachers; Parent-Teacher Association (PTA); Physical education teachers; Pyramids; Resignation; Resources; School principals; Tumbling

Subjects: College environment; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Employment.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Teachers; Teaching; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:05:21 - University of Kentucky women's basketball history

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Partial Transcript: Now Sue, I'm gonna give a little background on Kentucky women's basketball history.

Segment Synopsis: The interviewer, Valerie Still, gives a brief overview of the history of women's sports at the University of Kentucky. She says that shortly after its invention, basketball was played by both men and women. She discusses the big names in women's basketball at UK in its early days, until 1924 when UK president Frank McVey banned basketball for women.

Keywords: 1901; 1924; Banned; Cancelled; Chaperones; Colleges; Dr. Frank McVey; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Gender; Gender discrimination; Happy Chandler; History; Interest; Sarah Blanding; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Women's basketball

Subjects: Basketball; Basketball players; Basketball players--Kentucky; Basketball teams; Coaches (Athletics); Coaching (Athletics); College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College presidents; College sports--Coaching; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:09:19 - Her mentor in University of Kentucky recreation administration, Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson

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Partial Transcript: When, when, when did you learn that history?

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about her attitude towards her job when she first began as the graduate assistant for campus recreation at the University of Kentucky. She talks about her boss and mentor, Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson, and what she learned from his management style. She talks about the other people in her department and where their offices were located.

Keywords: Alcohol; Alumni Gym; Attitudes; Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson; Bosses; Campus recreation; Club sports; David Ravencraft; Departments; Drinking; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Expansion; Football; Fraternities; Gender; Gender discrimination; Graduate assistants; Growth; Intermural sports; Intramural sports; Management styles; Mentors; Offices; Participation; Problem solving; Refereeing; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Sororities; Support

Subjects: Basketball; Basketball players; Basketball players--Kentucky; Basketball teams; Coaches (Athletics); Coaching (Athletics); College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College presidents; College sports--Coaching; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:16:57 - Master's degree and stolen thesis

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Partial Transcript: What, what were you majoring in?

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about majoring in recreation administration. She talks about her master's thesis, which she was set to publish in 1971, before it was stolen by a faculty member. She talks about how this discouraged her and she did not finish her degree until 1981.

Keywords: 1971; 1981; College majors; Contracts; Golf courses; Graduate schools; Master's degrees; Plagiarism; Professors; Published; Recreation administration; Research; Seaton Center; Spindletop; Stolen; Thesis

Subjects: College environment; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; College teachers.; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:21:26 - Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson's influence as her mentor

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Partial Transcript: Tell me how--cause Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson is--he's the f--you know, the founding father of UK recreation.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks more about Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson and his management style and his influence on her. She talks about the budget for recreation at UK when she began and how she began to change it.

Keywords: Attitudes; Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson; Budgets; Club sports; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Funding; Gender; Gender discrimination; Graduate assistants; Influences; Intermural sports; Intramural sports; Management styles; Men's soccer; Mentors; Money; Race; Sex discrimination; Sexism

Subjects: College athletes; College environment; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:27:13 - Introduction to Title IX

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Partial Transcript: Sue, what I want to do now is--cause this, um--we're going to finish up this session, this part one, I want to go up until Title IX.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about her first introduction to Title IX at a national American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) conference in 1969. Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in any school or other education program that receives federal money. Feamster talks about the reactions at the conference to Title IX, as well as her own reaction. She talks about returning to UK and writing a letter to the UK president, Dr. Otis Singletary, to make him aware of the changes that would be required of the school to comply with this new law. She talks about her naivety regarding the chain of command at the school. She talks about how Dr. Singletary reacted to her letter and to the changes required by Title IX.

Keywords: 1969; American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD); Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson; Bernice Sandler; Bureaucracy; Chain of command; Club sports; Committee on Women's Athletics; Conferences; Demographics; Dr. Otis Singletary; Dressing up; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Federal funding; Gender; Gender discrimination; History; Intermural sports; Intramural sports; Meetings; Men's sports; Mentors; Minneapolis (Minn.); Opportunities; Pre-Title IX; Professional; Reports; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Title IX; Varsity sports; Women's sports; Women's varsity teams

Subjects: College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College presidents; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges--Finance; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
GPS: Minneapolis (Minn.)
Map Coordinates: 44.981944, -93.269167
01:40:54 - Gloria Singletary's influence on University of Kentucky women's athletics

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Partial Transcript: And so you also meet--I know Gloria Singletary was such the--she was the, the super fan for us.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about University of Kentucky president Dr. Otis Singletary's wife, Gloria Singletary, and her interest in women's sports at UK. She tells a story of Gloria Singletary's attendance at a women's basketball game that led to better facilities for the women's teams.

Keywords: Alumni Gym; Basketball courts; Buell Armory; Dangerous; Delia Kessinger; Dr. Otis Singletary; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Gender; Gender discrimination; Gloria Singletary; Gym floors; Influences; Interest; Kassie Kessinger; Marshall University; Memorial Coliseum; Seaton Center; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Women's athletics; Women's basketball; Women's sports

Subjects: College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College facilities.; College presidents; College presidents' spouses; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:47:33 - University of Kentucky Special Committee for Women's Athletics

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Partial Transcript: Hey Sue, talk a little bit about--we've got some time here.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about the committee begun by Dr. Otis Singletary to address the changes required by Title IX, the University of Kentucky Special Committee for Women's Athletics. She talks about the makeup of the committee and how each person contributed to the success of the committee.

Keywords: Awareness; Club sports; Education; Educational opportunities; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Gender; Gender discrimination; History; Intermural sports; Intramural sports; Jack Hall; Lawyers; Marion McKenna; Meetings; Nancy Ray; Reports; Robert Lawson; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Title IX; University of Kentucky Special Committee for Women's Athletics; Varsity sports; Women's sports; Women's varsity teams

Subjects: College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges--Finance; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:53:40 - Reactions to Title IX

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Partial Transcript: What was the, what was the response in the athletic department, you know, with football and--

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about reactions to Title IX at the University of Kentucky, which she says at first were minimal. UK's president, Dr. Otis Singletary, attempted to obtain more money from the state legislature for the new women's sports so that the men's sports budget would remain unaffected. She says he was unsuccessful, however. She briefly mentions the animosity that began occurring at that point in 1974 when the men's and women's athletics merged, however she says she will return to this topic in a later interview session.

Keywords: 1960s; 1974; 1974-1976; 1976-1978; Animosity; Athletics directors; Budgets; Changes; Civil rights movement; Dr. Otis Singletary; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Finances; Funding; Gender; Gender discrimination; Harry Lancaster; Impact; Improvements; Integration; Men's athletics; Mergers; Money; National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); Reactions; Responses; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Southeastern Conference (SEC); State legislature; State schools; Studies; Title IX; Varsity sports; Women's athletics; Women's sports; Women's varsity teams

Subjects: College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College presidents; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges--Finance; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5
01:58:50 - Women's basketball beginning to be played at Memorial Coliseum

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Partial Transcript: And you asked me about Harry Lancaster.

Segment Synopsis: Feamster talks about the cancellation of the men's freshman basketball teams which led to her idea that the women's basketball team could take over their timeslot in Memorial Coliseum before the men's varsity basketball games. She talks about her conversation with athletic director Harry Lancaster, who told her to ask men's basketball coach Adolph Rupp for permission. She talks about being nervous to speak to the legendary Coach Rupp, and describes how she ultimately approached him about the issue. She talks about her continued relationship with Coach Rupp after that day. The interview is concluded.

Keywords: Administrative assistants; Adolph Rupp; Athletic directors; Autographs; Books; Coaching; Daughters; Equal treatment standards; Equality; Equality of opportunity; Equity in athletics; Female coaches; Freshman men's basketball; Gender; Gender discrimination; Harry Lancaster; Memorial Coliseum; Men's basketball; Permission; Scared; Secretary; Sex discrimination; Sexism; Support; Women coaches; Women's basketball

Subjects: Basketball; Basketball players; Basketball players--Kentucky; Basketball teams; Coaches (Athletics); College administrators; College athletes; College environment; College presidents; College sports--Coaching; College sports.; College students--Attitudes.; College students--Conduct of life.; College students--Social conditions; Education, Higher--Kentucky; Kentucky Wildcats (Basketball team); Sex discrimination in higher education.; Sexism in higher education; Universities and colleges--Administration.; Universities and colleges--Finance; Universities and colleges.; University of Kentucky; Women in higher education.; Women--Education (Higher)

GPS: University of Kentucky
Map Coordinates: 38.033333, -84.5