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Lafayette’s gay brewer jr. Tees it up while from left, teammate bob davis and university of kentucky golfers don smith how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar and chester riddle look on during a match, april 11, 1950 at picadome golf club. The generals, the defending state high school champions, edged out UK’s freshman squad in the season opener for both teams. Brewer’s two-under-par 70 was the day’s low score. Also playing in the match for lafayette was future kentucky how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar governor john Y. Brown jr. Brewer, the individual state titlist and national junior amateur champion at how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar the time of this photo, won the kentucky open the following year and turned professional how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar in 1956. He won 11 times on the PGA tour, including the 1967 masters. He also played for victorious U.S. Ryder cup teams in 1967 and 1973. Brewer, who retired from the champions tour in 2000, died in 2007 after battling cancer. The golf course in lexington where he learned to play how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar was renamed the gay brewer jr. Course at picadome. Here is another picture from our archives of brewer. Herald-leader archive photo

Downtown view of lexington, looking west down east main street, circa 1944. Click on the image for a closer look. On the left is the landmark phoenix hotel, which was demolished in 1981 and 1982 by wallace wilkinson, who planned to use the site to build the world how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar coal center skyscraper. It was never built, and the site eventually became the park plaza apartments and how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar phoenix park. Up the right side is the ben ali theater, which opened in 1913 at 121 east main street, across the street from the phoenix hotel. At four stories tall. It had a main auditorium, a balcony and a gallery, and 12 private boxes on each side, for a total seating capacity of 1,507. The floors had peacock-blue carpets with gold trim, and the walls were finished in ornamental plaster, with mosaic title floors and marble wainscoting. Built to house the top traveling play companies and grand how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar opera, it was a vaudeville house in that medium’s heyday and again in the revival of the late how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar 1940s and early 1950s. In its later days it showed movies, closing sept. 9, 1964. Its last films were the james bond movie “from russia with love” and “the pink panther.” it was torn town in 1965. Today it is the site of the robert F. Stephens courthouse plaza. Next to the theater is the ben snyder department store. The store was founded in 1913 and had locations in how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar louisville, paducah, elizabethtown, bowling green and southern indiana. This location operated from 1935 until 1980, leaving wolf wile’s as the only downtown lexington department store. Herald-leader archive photo

Rick pitino, right, university of kentucky basketball coach, drew a record 11,000 fans to his postgame interview with cawood ledford after how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar a jan. 27, 1990 win over mississippi. Previously, UK coaches conducted their post-game shows from the locker room, or some hallway in the bowels of rupp arena. Listeners on the UK radio network could enjoy the show, but fans in the arena missed it. Then, beginning with the mississippi state game dec. 4, the first-year coach decided to move his show out into the how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar arena, where everybody could see it. For good measure, he had the audio piped into the arena sound system how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar so that any fans who wanted to could hang around how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar after the game and listen. And hang around they did. A few hundred fans stayed for the first show. But once the word got out, things just took off. About 8,000 fans stayed to hear pitino after the cats’ victory over tennessee on jan. 20, a record until after their 98-79 win over the rebels. Even pitino, who dreamed the whole thing up, is amazed by it all. “I had seen a couple of pro teams, phoenix and maybe indiana, do it,” he said. “so I said, look, maybe some of the players’ family members will stick around after the game, and they won’t be able to hear the post-game show. So, if we got maybe 100 people it would be worthwhile how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar to pipe in the show and let them hear it. But I never expected anything like this. And today we had about 11,000, which really shocked me.” ledford said coach adolph rupp also did post-game shows in front of the fans. But they never caught on the way pitino’s have. “the thing is, rick really does a great job with the fans; he knows how to play to the crowd,” ledford said. During this show pitino broke away from a discussion of how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar kentucky’s full-court press to announce that he would henceforth call it how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar the “mother-in-law press” because it caused “total pressure and harassment.” the crowd broke out in laughter. Click here to see more images from our archives or how to get rid of ants in the house vinegar rick pitino and here to see images of cawood ledford. Photo by frank anderson | staff

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