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Old 10-30-2013, 10:14 AM
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Default Syracuse - Georgetown 1930 Basketball Ticket Stub

I've got a ticket stub from the Syracuse - Georgetown basketball game in 1930. Being that it is from the first game in their long rivalry, I figure it could be more valuable than a standard 1930 college basketball stub. Problem is, I haven't found many examples of those up for sale on eBay or through a Google search (and none from Syracuse - Gtown 1930). Does anyone have a rough estimate of what it could go for and does anyone have any interest in it or know someone who may?
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Old 10-30-2013, 11:03 AM
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I've got a ticket stub from the Syracuse - Georgetown basketball game in 1930. Being that it is from the first game in their long rivalry, I figure it could be more valuable than a standard 1930 college basketball stub. Problem is, I haven't found many examples of those up for sale on eBay or through a Google search (and none from Syracuse - Gtown 1930). Does anyone have a rough estimate of what it could go for and does anyone have any interest in it or know someone who may?
Being from Syracuse, I thnk that's a pretty cool item. Can you post a pic of it?
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Old 10-30-2013, 11:10 AM
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Being from Syracuse, I thnk that's a pretty cool item. Can you post a pic of it?
I expect to have it in hand by the end of the week. Will post a scan then.

In the meantime, there's some older Syracuse stuff on my site that you can check out. Especially on this page... http://www.colgatefootballcollection...890-19191.html
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Old 10-30-2013, 12:13 PM
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ColgateFootball......would you mind sending me an e-mail (my contact
info is below) or posting how I can get in touch with you?

I have a simple question to ask that doesn't pertain to this thread and I'm sure no one else cares. Thanks!
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Old 10-30-2013, 12:27 PM
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Being from Syracuse, I thnk that's a pretty cool item. Can you post a pic of it?
As a Georgetown alum, I can tell you the fact that it relates to Georgetown is what would give the item potential value

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Old 10-31-2013, 03:43 AM
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As a Georgetown alum, I can tell you the fact that it relates to Georgetown is what would give the item potential value

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I'll never forget this game:

4. Thompson's Three technical fouls: On March 4, 1990 at the Carrier Dome, Georgetown coach John Thompson was livid with a reach-in foul against the Hoyas and received his first technical of the season. Thompson then left the coach's box to receive his second technical. He then preceded to stomp on to the court and was issued a third technical foul. Thompson was ejected after getting technical fouls from three different referees. Syracuse won the controversial game 89-87.
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Old 10-31-2013, 08:20 PM
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Here it is...



And some of the other goodies that came out of the same scrapbook...

















Rochester Red Wings vs Newark Bears
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4. Thompson's Three technical fouls: On March 4, 1990 at the Carrier Dome, Georgetown coach John Thompson was livid with a reach-in foul against the Hoyas and received his first technical of the season. Thompson then left the coach's box to receive his second technical. He then preceded to stomp on to the court and was issued a third technical foul. Thompson was ejected after getting technical fouls from three different referees. Syracuse won the controversial game 89-87.
Don't forget Billy Owens hitting the free throws to win as a result of the T's. What a game, was stoked to of been there, go Cuse!
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Don't forget Billy Owens hitting the free throws to win as a result of the T's. What a game, was stoked to of been there, go Cuse!
I remember! And remember when Thompson was leaving the court, the cuse fans were giving him such a hard time. It was a classic. (sorry for turning this thread into a Cuse history lesson).
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Old 11-07-2013, 03:29 PM
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The only history 'Cuse basketball has is losing to Georgetown. "Manley Field House if officially CLOSED!
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