‘Gipper’ Bids Fall Short

The football from the game Notre Dame won for “the Gipper” is still up for grabs. A Seattle sports memorabilia company, representing the owner of the ball, unsuccessfully tried to auction it by phone on Friday. The owner was asking a minimum bid of $100,000.

The ball was used during Notre Dame’s 12-6 victory over Army on Nov. 10, 1928.

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