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Basketball

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Basketball: Centennial Year Memorabilia

 Collection
Identifier: GTA-000053
Scope and Contents Contains program from 100 Years of Georgetown basketball gala at the Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C., February 10, 2007. Cover of program has embossed basketball centennial logo. Program contains profiles of: President John J. DeGioia; Bernard M. Muir; Francis X. Rienzo; John R. Thompson, Jr.; John R. Thompson, III; Paul J. Tagliabue; Frederick J. Fees; Edward J. Hardagen; Daniel J. Kraus; Thomas V. O'Keefe; William J. Bolger; Brian P. Sheehan; James M. Christy; James J. Barry; James R. Brown;...

Georgetown Basketball Soda Bottles

 Collection
Identifier: GTA-000758
Scope and Contents "Hoya Paranoia - Catch It" Coca Cola bottles from the 1984 NCAA Championship (4); Seven-Up commemorative bottles from the 1984 NCAA Championship (3);and 100 years of Georgetown Basketball bottles, 2006-2007 (3).

Scrapbook: Georgetown University Athletic Publicity, 1951-1952

 Collection
Identifier: GTA-000090-DS
Scope and Contents Includes clippings on sports, mainly basketball and track. Among topics covered: the dedication of McDonough Memorial Gymnasium, December 1951; the resignation of Basketball Coach Buddy O'Grady, 1952; and, following Georgetown's lead, the possible elimination of football programs at other Jesuit universities. Among athletes highlighted: basketball players Bill Bolger and Mike Vitale and track team members Carl Joyce, Joe LaPierre, and Charles Capozzoli. Also present, a newspaper photograph...

Scrapbook: Georgetown University Sports, 1947-1948

 Collection
Identifier: GTA-000092-DS
Scope and Contents Contains clippings, mainly on basketball and football. Among those highlighted: basketball coach Elmer Ripley and basketball players Andy Kostecka, Ken Brown, and Tommy O'Keefe; football coach Jack Hagerty and football players Elmer Raba, Bus Werder, Babe Baranowski, Lou Surman, and Joe McFadden; and boxer Tommy McGinty.