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Baseball Programs and Tickets – World Series Included

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Lot 394.  1947 Football Ticket & 4 1930s-40s Stubs - 3 Football, 1 Baseball + a Pin. Among the teams represented are Army and Navy, Notre Dame, West Virginia, and Yale and Harvard. 1. Harvard at Yale football game, Nov. 22, 1930, ex stub. Harvard won, 13-0 at the Yale Bowl. 2. Carnegie Tech vs. Notre Dame football game, Oct. 22, 1938, g stub with the score added twice in pencil. Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, IN hosted 25,934 fans who watched the Fighting Irish edge Carnegie Tech, 7-0. It was the only game the Tartans lost during the regular season, and their 7-1 record earned the school its first and only trip to a bowl game – the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. There, they lost to TCU, the national champion, 15-7. 3. Army vs. Navy football game, Nov. 26, 1938, at Municipal Stadium in Philadelphia. The colorful stub, which measures 2.75” x 5”, is ex+ with “Issued to a Member of Navy Athletic Association” stamped on the back. Army defeated Navy by a score of 14-7. 4. Army at Navy baseball game, May 25, 1946 Army, g stub. The game was at Navy’s Lawrence Field in Annapolis. 5. Temple at West Virginia football game, Nov. 22, 1947, FULL TICKET, which technically is vg-ex but has a much better appearance. West Virginia won this game at Mountaineer Field in Morgantown, 21-0. The ticket features an Owl representing Temple and a gray outline of Mountaineer field against a red background. 6. A vintage 1.25” dark-blue and gold “PITT” pin has a tin football attached by a short ribbon. The football is approximately 2.5” long and 1.5” across. G-vg.
Minimum Bid $70     


Lot 559.  Baseball Grab Bag with Football, Basketball Too! - 1947 W.S. Ticket Stub, Autographs, Etc. This collection includes a Mets 1963 yearbook, an Al Kaline autograph, a football autograph and several basketball cards. Here is the list: 1. Ticket stub for 1947 World Series Game 2, Dodgers vs. Yankees at Yankee Stadium, g-vg. 2. 1963 New York Mets program introducing the Mets’ mascot, vg+ with writing one the schedule inside. 3. 1984 Baseball Hall of Fame yearbook, induction of Drysdale, Killebrew, Aparicio, Reese and Ferrell, vg+ to ex. 4. Al Kaline signed 8” x 10.75” color magazine photo, nm-m 8 autograph. 5. Autograph of Pittsburgh, Boston and Brooklyn outfielder Jim Russell (died 1987) on a section of paper, nm 7. 6. Cliff Floyd autograph, 2001 All-Star, large nm-m 8 to mint 9 signature. 7. Autograph of Yale Lary, Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive back, mint 9 on an unlined index card. 8. 1976-77 Topps basketball card, #93 Cunningham, vg. 9. 1988-89 Fleer basketball card #11 McHale, nm. And 10. 1990-91 Hoops basketball #317 Riley, ex-m+. Kevin Keating authenticated the autographs.
Winning Bid $102     




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