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Assorted programs.

As promised (threatened?) last week, here are scans of several Jadwin Gym programs from the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Above, Kit Mueller wearing his freshman jersey number of #55 a year before he switched to the double zeros he's closely associated with.

In the first game of his sophomore season versus F&M, Mueller scored 29 points (10-13 shooting, 9-9 at the line) in 40 minutes wearing #00 for the first time - one of four Tigers to play the entire contest without relief.

Six additional covers follow after the jump.

Click on any and all images to enlarge.

Chris Mooney on the front of a program for the penultimate home game of his senior season. Princeton had no problem with Brown that evening, 74-51.

Mike Brennan agape on defense with Matt Henshon and Kit Mueller in the background during the NCAA Tournament versus Villanova

There's a profile of tri-captain George Leftwich in this program which mentions he was the MVP of the 1991 Kenner League.

Chris Yetman.

Matt Eastwick, still the only player in Ivy League history to start a NCAA Tournament game in four consecutive seasons.

Top reserve Chris Marquardt missed this matchup so he could fly back to Florida for a Rhodes Scholar interview.

Jesse Rosenfeld, who scored 10 points playing 31 minutes in a season-opening loss at La Salle, splits this cover with Deborah Smith of the women's team. In the prior game Pete Carril was ejected for just the second time in his career with 11 seconds remaining.

Babyfaced Mooney his freshman season versus Loyola Marymount.

If you can spot me in the background, good work...

Rodney Johnson said,

June 2, 2011 @ 11:59 am


White t-shirt and dark ball cap with white logo?

Jon Solomon said,

June 2, 2011 @ 12:08 pm

That didn't take long!

If I remember correctly it was actually a longsleeve grey Princeton basketball sweatshirt and the University of Iowa "I" cap that rarely left my head those days.

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