Personal Papers of Adolph Rupp
Rupp played basketball at the University of Kansas from 1919-1923. This collection consists of basketball programs from the University of Kentucky and Halstead High School, the 1976 Dr. James A. Naismith "Peachbasket" Award, and newspapers covering his death.
- 1967 - 1977
- Rupp, Adolph, 1901-1977 (Person)
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Biography of Adolph Rupp
Rupp was born in Halstead, KS, in 1901. He attended KU from 1919-1923 and played basketball under the legendary KU coach, Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, where he was a player on the 1923 Championship team. He was hired to coach at the University of Kentucky in 1929, where he stayed until his retirement in 1972. During his 42-year career, Rupp won four championships, earned a winning average of .822, and did not coach a single losing season. In 1976, the new basketball arena at the University of Kentucky was named in his honor. He died in 1977.
.25 Linear Feet (1 oversize box)
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- Guide to the Adolph Rupp Collection
- Personal Papers of Adolph Rupp
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Adolph Rupp Collection, University Archives, PP 221, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries
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