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Voice of the WildcatsClaude Sullivan and the Rise of Modern Sportscasting$
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Alan Sullivan and Joe Cox

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780813147031

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813147031.001.0001

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The View from on Top

The View from on Top

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Voice of the Wildcats

Alan Sullivan

Joe Cox

University Press of Kentucky

Claude continued to thrive in his baseball broadcasts, and when Waite Hoyt retired at the end of 1965, he recommended that Claude become the lead broadcaster for the Reds, which Claude did. UK broadcasting kept Claude busy as well, and his company, Sullivan Enterprises, frequently employed his sons, David and Alan, to assist with the broadcasts. In the spring of 1966, Claude broadcast the NCAA run of the famous “Rupp’s Runts,” which was a career highlight.

Keywords:   Cincinnati Reds, Sullivan Enterprises, Waite Hoyt, Charlie Bradshaw, “Rupp’s Runts”, Adolph Rupp

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