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An Evening of Basketball Legends

Join fellow Jayhawks in south central Kansas for this rare opportunity! Hear from former men's basketball coach Ted Owens, who led two teams to the Final Four and won a record 206 games in Allen Fieldhouse. Legendary basketball star Bud Stallworth will also give his insights into the game of basketball. The evening also includes the popular exhibit "An Evening with Naismith: Artifacts of a KU Legend" courtesy of the University of Kansas Libraries. KU basketball fans will also enjoy the opportunity to view and hold artifacts from KUs University Archives that relate to the life and legacy of James Naismith, KUs first basketball coach and inventor of the game. Please RSVP using the form on the KU Alumni Association website at kualumni.org. The cost is $15 for members and $20 for nonmembers and includes dinner. There is no charge for Presidents Club members.
April 22, 2014
06:00 pm - 08:30 pm
Off Campus, Winfield Country Club, 2916 Country Club Rd., Winfield, KS 67156
785-864-8961
Cost: 15

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