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    1967 UCLA vs. Purdue Signed Basketball Program. Legendary coach John Wooden made it a practice to return to his roots and play Purdue University during his UCLA tenure. Let by junior center Lew Alcindor the Bruins outpaced the competition, finished with a 29-1 record and hoisted the championship trophy after tournament time. The UCLA vs. Purdue Dec. 2, 1967 college cage contest produced this program, signed by 30 members of the Boilermakers and Bruins in ballpoint ink.

    Bruins who signed include: Shackelford, Nielsen, Warren, Wooden, Lynn, Allen, Alcindor, Sutherland, Sweek, Heitz and Saner. Purdue countered with autographs from: Young, Johnson, Taylor, Gilliam, Keller, King, Mount, Conrad, Reasoner, Bavis, Bedford and a few more. Light handling wear on front of this EX/MT, unscored program. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $800 - $1,200.

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