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Senate Hopefuls: 1927

Senate Hopefuls: 1927

Washington, D.C., 1927. "Congressional pages -- Senate basketball." Looking forward to Tuesday's big game. Harris & Ewing glass negative. View full size.

 

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An "All Star" team

Chuck would be proud to know we still wear them. Possibly not happy that Nike owns them though. I certainly had no clue that the balls were laced like that. I guess once you get the "feel" of it, you adapt to the shape, and don't dribble on the laces?

Wrong name....

I guess the term "Geek Squad" hadn't be coined yet.

I guess

the fans couldn't look forward to a lot of dunking.

The Magnificent Seven

They only needed seven men on the team because the game was much slower then. A Jump Ball after each basket and and almost no physical contact with the opposing players.

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