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2021 marks the 105th Running of the Greatest Race In The World 4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester, 32 singles Retail fit Unisex sizing Coverstitched collar and sleeves Shoulder-to-shoulder taping Officially Licensed
3" Wide Matte Vinyl Officially Licensed
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The last undefeated season in college basketball. The 1976 Indiana Hoosiers. 4.2 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon, 32 singles Fabric laundered Set-in 1x1 triblend baby rib collar Side seamed Officially Licensed
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The 1981 race is widely considered one of the most controversial races in Indy history. Bobby Unser took the checkered flag as the winner, with Mario Andretti finishing second. After the conclusion of the race, USAC officials ruled that Unser had passed cars illegally while exiting the pit area during a caution on lap 149 (of 200). Unser was subsequently issued a...
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After being rained out on May 25–26, the race was rescheduled for the following weekend. Bobby Rahal was the winner, becoming the first driver in Indy history to complete the 500 miles in less than three hours. Nearly the entire race unfolded as a three-way battle between polesitter Rick Mears, Bobby Rahal, and Kevin Cogan. Cogan, who...
The 1987 Pan American Games, was celebrated in Indianapolis, from August 7-23, 1987. Over 4,300 athletes from 38 countries in the Americas competed in 30 sports earning 1,015 medals. Events were held at 23 venues in and around Indianapolis. The official mascot for the games was Amigo, a green parrot. 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Blue  ...
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Rick Mears won from the pole position, becoming the third four-time winner of the Indy 500, joining A. J. Foyt and Al Unser. During time trials, Mears also established an Indy record by winning his sixth career pole position. The month of May for Mears was tumultuous, as he suffered his first ever crash at Indy since...
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This was the first Indy 500 contested by the Indy Racing League, under the overall sanctioning umbrella of USAC. It was the third and final race of the 1996 IRL season. Buddy Lazier won the race, his first career victory in top-level Indy car competition. Lazier's victory came just over two months after he suffered a broken...
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In 1987, Indiana drafted the franchise. 4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester, 32 singles Retail fit Unisex sizing Coverstitched collar and sleeves Shoulder-to-shoulder taping Heather Navy
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Fabric: 80/20 acrylic/wool Green underbill  Structure: Structured Profile: High Closure: 7-position adjustable snap
Atlas Supermarket, located on the corner of College and 54th, closed permanently on May 11, 2002 after 55 years of service to the community.  The store was beloved by their customers and the community, mostly for the wide selection of hard-to-find items and the personal relationship the owners built with...
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LS Ayres developed a discount format called Ayr-Way in 1961. This subsidiary was one of the first discount store divisions launched by a traditional department store. Ayres opened the first Ayr-Way store prior to both the first Kmart and Target stores. At one time they had 47 stores in three...
Beneficence, affectionately called “Benny,” is Ball State's institutional icon. She symbolizes the generosity of the five Ball brothers whose land donation to the State of Indiana allowed Ball State to flourish. Following Ball State's outdoor graduation ceremony, it is a tradition for students and families to have their pictures taken...
16oz Glass Officvially Licensed
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6.5 oz. (US) 11 oz. (CA), pre-laundered, 80/20 cotton/polyester with 100% cotton anti-pill face, 40 singles Unisex, Slim fit double needle splitstitched throughout Unlined hood with nickel eyelets Plastic tipped white round drawcord Twill neck tape 1x1 ribbing at cuffs, waistband, and pocket openings Pouch pocket Red Officially Licensed
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6.1 oz., 100% ring spun cotton Soft-washed garment-dyed fabric Double-needle collar Twill taped neck and shoulders Single-needle left chest pocket with double-needle hem Double-needle armhole, sleeve and bottom hems Red Officially Licensed
The 1989-1990 Ball State basketball team became the first team in the MAC to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament in its current format. The Cardinals lost in the Sweet 16 to the eventual national champions UNLV Runnin' Rebels, 69–67. 4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed...
4.0 oz.,  60/40 combed ringspun cotton/polyester Fuller, contemporary cut Set-in ribbed neckband Double-needle stitching Piece dyed and fabric washed
4.2 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/combed ringspun cotton/rayon, 32 singles Fabric laundered Set-in 1x1 triblend baby rib collar Side seamed
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7.5oz., 55/45 cotton/polyester fabric Unisex fit Loopback terry fabric 20 Singles face yarn Twill neck tape 1x1 ribbing at cuffs & waistband Athletic Heather Officially Licensed
100% peach washed cotton Unstructured, six-panel, low-profile Pre-curved visor Navy undervisor  Sewn eyelets Self-fabric tri-glide buckle closure Black Officially Licensed
100% peach washed cotton Unstructured, six-panel, low-profile Pre-curved visor Navy undervisor  Sewn eyelets Self-fabric tri-glide buckle closure Black Officially Licensed
3" Tall Matte Vinyl
100% peach washed cotton Unstructured, six-panel, low-profile Pre-curved visor Navy undervisor  Sewn eyelets Self-fabric tri-glide buckle closure White Officially Licensed
3" Wide Officially Licensed
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50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Mustard Officially Licensed
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65/35 polyester/cotton Structured, five-panel, high-profile, 3 1/2" crown Flat bill, matching undervisor  Multicam undervisor is black Alpine undervisor is white Snapback closure  Officially Licensed Charcoal/Black
6.1 oz., 100% ring spun cotton Soft-washed garment-dyed fabric Double-needle collar Twill taped neck and shoulders Single-needle left chest pocket with double-needle hem Double-needle armhole, sleeve and bottom hems Officially Licensed
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80/20 acrylic/wool Structured, high-profile, six-panel, 3 1/2" crown Flat bill with green undervisor Sewn eyelets Snapback closure Black/Grey Officially Licensed
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4.0 oz. 60/40 combed ringspun cotton/polyester Fuller, contemporary cut Set-in ribbed neckband Double-needle stitching Piece dyed and fabric washed Gold Officially Licensed
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4.2 oz.(US) 7 oz. (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester, 32 singles Retail fit Unisex sizing Coverstitched collar and sleeves Shoulder-to-shoulder taping Heather Gold
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7.5oz., 55/45 cotton/polyester fabric Unisex fit Loopback terry fabric 20 Singles face yarn Twill neck tape 1x1 ribbing at cuffs & waistband Indigo
3" Wide Matte Vinyl
80/20 acrylic/wool Structured, high-profile, six-panel, 3 1/2" crown Flat bill with green undervisor Two-tone camos, Multicam Black & Multicam Green have a black undervisor Sewn eyelets Snapback closure Navy Odfficially Licensed
In 1954, Frank and Donald Thomas patented the flame broiler in their parent company General Equipment Corporation and started their own restaurant in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1957, they opened their first Burger Chef. Burger Chef spread across the United States, following a strategy of opening outlets in smaller towns. By 1972 its number of...
In 1954, Frank and Donald Thomas patented the flame broiler in their parent company General Equipment Corporation and started their own restaurant in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1957, they opened their first Burger Chef. Burger Chef spread across the United States, following a strategy of opening outlets in smaller towns. By 1972 its number of...
16oz Can Shaped Glass Officially Licensed
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In 1954, Frank and Donald Thomas patented the flame broiler in their parent company General Equipment Corporation and started their own restaurant in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1957, they opened their first Burger Chef. Burger Chef spread across the United States, following a strategy of opening outlets in smaller towns. By 1972 its number...
Bush Stadium was the name of a former baseball in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was home to the Indianapolis Indians. It was also home to a few Negro League teams as well. The stadium started life as Perry Stadium, named for Norm Perry, the club owner who built it in 1931. It was renamed Victory Field in 1942 in reference to World...
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Before there was ever an NCAA tournament, which began in 1939, Butler was crowned the AAU national champion in 1924. 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Navy Officially Licensed
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The bulldogs qualified for the NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Tournament for the first time in 1962. In total, the Bulldogs have qualified or been selected for the NCAA Tournament twelve times and boast a record of 19–12, including three sweet sixteen finishes and two national runner-up finishes. 50% Polyester, 50%...
100% cotton front 100% nylon mesh back Unstructured, low-profile, six-panel Pre-curved contrast-stitched visor Snapback closure Officially Licensed
4.2 oz., 50/25/25 polyester/airlume combed and ringspun cotton/rayon, 40 singles Retail fit 2" ribbed cuffs Coverstitched collar Heather Grey Officially Licensed
6.1 oz., 100% ring spun cotton Soft-washed garment-dyed fabric Double-needle collar Twill taped neck and shoulders Single-needle left chest pocket with double-needle hem Double-needle armhole, sleeve and bottom hems Officially Licensed
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