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1941 College All-Stars vs. Oshkosh All-Stars November 28th Ticket

The success of the first two World Tournaments in 1939 and 1940 led to the establishment of the immediately popular College All-Star Basketball Classic. This would pit the Professional World Championship basketball team against a group of College All-Stars picked by note sports writers, namely Leo Fischer of the Herald-American (Chicago) and his editor, Harry Wilson and Harry Hannin. This would be much like the College All-Star football game held every year in Chicago vs the NFL Champs from the previous season. 1940 would be the first ever game of this sort where the All-Stars played the previous world champions, the Harlem Globetrotters and actually beating the Globies by a score of 44-42. Building on the success of the first game of this type (in basketball in 1940), the organizers from the tournament planned a follow up game vs the winners of the World Tournament (held in March every year). There was one problem, the winners; the Detroit Eagles had disbanded. Thus, the Oshkosh All-Stars were selected as the professional team to face the collegians as they had come in second in the previous year’s tournament. The tournament in Chicago would go from 1940-55. This was the only 2nd game of its type ever!, HOF coach, Dutch Lonborg was again selected to coach the College All-Stars which featured college stars of the day, Bob Davies (HOF) George Sobek, Stan Stutz, Price Brookfield, Mickey Rottner, Bob Kinney, Don Smith, Joe Niland, and many other college stars of the day. Oshkosh featured some of the top pro talent of that era with stars such as Gene Englund, Eddie Riska, Lefty Edwards, Charlie Shipp, and Milo Komenich. The College All-Stars would beat Oshkosh by a score of 35-33 while Bob Davies of the Collegians would be named the MVP (he’d later earn his way in the Naismith Basketball HOF). We offer this gorgeous ticket stub that has been encapsulated Authentic by PSA (technical grade would be at least EX condition). Super Duper RARE ticket!En savoir plus

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Frank Home Run Baker Multi-Signed 1956 Banquet Baseball PSA/DNA

Offered is a Spalding unofficial baseball signed at a baseball banquet in the Maryland area dated January 27, 1956 at a baseball banquet. The ball has been signed by 10 people who attended this event. Includes:, John Franklin "Home Run" Baker, John Franklin "Home Run" Baker (D. 1963) Baker played in Major League Baseball from 1908 to 1922, for the Philadelphia Athletics and the New York Yankees. Baker has been called the "original home run king of the majors.” He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1955. Major League Baseball, Philadelphia Athletics, New York Yankees, home run, Joe E. Brown, (D. 1973) was an American actor and comedian, remembered for his amiable screen persona, comic timing, and enormous elastic-mouth smile. He was one of the most popular American comedians in the 1930s and 1940s. He was also a television and radio broadcaster for the New York Yankees in 1953. His son, Joe L. Brown, inherited an interest in baseball, becoming the general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates for more than twenty years. Brown also spent Ty Cobb's last days with him before he died, discussing his life. Joe L. Brown, general manager, Pittsburgh Pirates, Ty Cobb's, Del Ennis, Del Ennis (D) Phillies legend, Dick Porter, Dick Porter (D. 1974) Major League ballplayer from 1929-34 for the Indians and Red Sox. He is an inductee into the Internal League HOF. Tommy Byrne, (D.) Yankees pitcher, Gene Corbett, (D) 1936-38 Phillies, And 4 others. One of the nicest balls we’ve ever seen signed by Home Run Baker (there aren’t that many out there), Super cool!!!!, Additional PSA/DNA full LOAEn savoir plus

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