- Friday, January 19 1912 -
Miami (OH) - 14 (Head Coach: F.W. Stone)
Kentucky - 31 (Head Coach: Edwin R. Sweetland)
|W. C. Harrison||3||0||6|
|R. C. Preston||2||0||4|
Halftime Score: State University 12, Miami (OH) 7
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|Central University 32 - 13|||||Lexington YMCA 32 - 20|
Game Writeup - Lexington Leader
STATE BEATS MIAMI
SCORE OF 31 TO 14 ROLLED UP AGAINST OHIOANS BY THE BLUE AND WHITE TEAM
The Miami University basketball five of Oxford, Ohio went down in defeat before the unbeaten State University team Friday night by a score of 31 to 14. The game was played at Buell Armory at State University, and was the third consecutive victory for the State five during the present season.
The best work for the State team was done by Barnett, Hart and Captain Harrison, each man scoring from one to three goals, and in holding their opposing men. Captain Clark was the mainstay of the visitors, making four field goals and mostly under great difficulties.
The visitors were accompanied here by their Director of Athletics, Prof. F.W. Stone, who has developed several good athletes, his latest "find' being Howard Clark, of the Miami basketball team and who, the last time he donned running shoes, won the championship of Ohio at the distance of one mile.