Noontime Basketball Association (NBA) records
Materials relating to the Noontime Basketball Association (the "NBA") at the University of Louisville. The NBA was a varying group of faculty and staff who played pick-up basketball games on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon in the University of Louisville's Crawford Gym beginning in 1965, and ending when the gym was razed in 2016. Materials include a list of "regular" players, the "Monroe Doctrine" (i.e., the rules that governed who played - to ensure that the maximum number of people got court time during the one-hour period of play), and a certificate decommissioning the gym (dated May 13, 2016). There are also emailed reminiscences. The rules were posted in someone's locker; when that person retired, the same copy was posted in another player's locker. They were titled the Monroe Doctrine because they were developed by Burt Monroe, Professor of Biology.
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