DAVID BOOTH BUYS HISTORICAL DOCUMENT PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 19 March 2013 10:14

Lt. Governor Jeff Colyer, left, State Representative Reid Petty, who introduced a concurrent resolution on the house floor on Monday to honor longtime KU donor David Booth, and Governor Sam Brownback, right, pose with Booth and  the Original 13 Rules of Basketball written by Dr. James Naismith when he invented the game in 1891. Booth paid $4.3 million to buy the Original 13 Rules, the most amount of money ever spent on a piece of sports memorabilia ever and plans to donate the rules to KU. Courtesy photo

 

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