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Indiana State University

November 3, 2013

Big week ahead for ISU

Star-studded Larry Bird Scholarship Dinner, statue dedication and opening of basketball season all on slate

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TERRE HAUTE —

Tickets for Friday available

• The public can attend the Honoring a Legend Program Friday in Hulman Center, immediately after the fundraising dinner for the Larry Legend Scholarship.

Doors will open at 8 p.m. for the program. Tickets are $33 for the upper section and $133 for the lower section of Hulman Center seating. Proceeds will benefit the Bird scholarship fund.

Purchase of $133 tickets will also include a commemorative event program.

The after-dinner program will be a tribute to Bird’s career and contributions to the game of basketball. There will be guest appearances from coaches, teammates and players who have been a part of Bird’s dominance in the sport.

Tickets can be purchased at the Hulman Center ticket office; online at ticketmaster.com or charged by phone by calling 800-745-3000.

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• For the dinner, tables are still available for sponsorships, starting at $5,033 for a table of eight. Individual dinner seats also are available at a cost of $630

The Larry Bird Scholarship will provide a scholarship for an in-state player on the ISU men’s basketball team.

For more information on Honoring a Legend events, tickets or sponsorships, visit www.indstate.edu/larrybird.

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