As I’ve mentioned before, the new Black and Blue documentary covering the drama that played out before, during and after the 1934 Georgia Tech game is out and it features a piece of memorabilia that sits in my office today. Filmmakers Brian Kruger and Buddy Morehouse from Stunt3 Multimedia used the ticket stub that I purchased a few years back on eBay in one scene.
Not shockingly my stub is not one of a kind. (Really, really not a shock since local collector Jack Briegel owns a stub from every game played at the Big House). There’s one up on eBay now and the seller must know something, asking $150 or, bid away with a start of $95:
And I just noticed that the colors of the ticket match title of the new film: black and blue. I’m guessing a serious U-M collector or historian will want this is their collection. You can also order the Black and Blue documentary here with free shipping.
Elsewhere on eBay:
Love this 1947 Little Brown Jug-themed U-M Homecoming dance program, signed by big band great Louis Prima:
Michigan indeed played and defeated the Gophers earlier that day back in ‘47 and went on to an undefeated season to give Fritz Crisler and crew the national championship.
Finally–Can you beat this pocket schedule from the 1969 season?
It’s sweet, but not $149.99 sweet. Would be kind of cool poster size, no?