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1970 Feb. 27

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Press Maravich

concerning a student's professional career in basketball.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1985 June 17

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to Peter Johnson

McCormack thinks that they should speak with Cino Marchese at Wimbledon about establishing relationships with the super stars of European basketball.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1985 May 6

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to David Stern

McCormack thanks Stern for the tickets to the Celtics and Cavaliers game which McCormack attended with his son, Breck.

Mark H. McCormack Papers


New Salem Academy (New Salem, Mass.)

Basketball score book for New Salem Academy

New Salem (Mass.) - Listing the players on each team for each game and the statistics such as, baskets, made by player, fouls, and overall score for the game. This score book was filled out by New Salem Academy and recorded their opponents team as well. The company that created the book was Wilson Sporting Goods Co.

New Salem Academy Records

1979 Feb. 23

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter Mark H. McCormack to Bill Foster

Concerning Chip Engelland, who is interested in Duke University, and brochures for Duke Basketball.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1939 Dec. 19

Sutcliffe, John B.

John B. Sutcliffe letter to Cecil C. Rice

Holyoke (Mass.) - Sutcliffe sends a copy of the first printed rules for basketball: "I enclose one of the original copies of the Rules of Basket Ball, the first printed. James Fletcher has the copy in pencil given him when he and I called on him (Dr. Naismith) way back in 1892 at the School of Christian Workers..."

Rare Book Collections

1971 May 4

Blumberg, Stephen L.

Memorandum from Stephen L. Blumberg to Mark H. McCormack

Blumberg provides the IFM Football and Basketball recruiting expenses initial report.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1970 Jan. 7

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to Richard R. Alford

McCormack agrees with Alford's sentiment about not trusting coaches, especially in light of the paternal development. Subject line reads "Pete Maravich."

Mark H. McCormack Papers


Basket ball rules

Springfield (Mass.) - A note on the verso by printer John B. Sutcliffe reads "This is one of the original copies of the 1st rules of Basket Ball -- copy was given to 'Jimmy' Fletcher late 1892 -- by Dr. Naismith and printed by J.B. and G.W. Sutcliffe;" said also in an accompanying letter. These may be slightly in error: the term "dribble" appearing in the these rules was not known to have been used ... more

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1986 Mar. 9

Mozart of Basketball

Article about Drazen Petrovic, a Yugoslavian basketball player.

Mark H. McCormack Papers