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    1959 East West College Basketball All Star Game Trophy Presented to Dick Harp. Dating all the way back to 1949, the East-West College All-Star basketball game has played host to a countless number athletes who have eventually turned pro. Presented to legendary Kansas coach Phog Allen's protege Dick Harp, here we offer his personal trophy that he was given for his part as West head coach during the 1959 East-West All-Star game. Standing at 15", the shimmering piece showcases an attractive figural top on a gold cup base that has the following engraving: "ARARAT SHRINE EAST-WEST ALL STAR K.C. MO. 1959 - DICK HARP COACH WEST". Exhibiting NM-MT quality throughout, it is accompanied with signed documentation from Harp's son. Letter of provenance from Dick Harp's son, Richard.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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