Proving a Point

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Beanie Babies

A little while back I ran an entry about a vintage uniform catalog that included a listing for beanies. That led reader Larry Bodnovich to point me toward a fantastic web project devoted to a phenomenon I hadn’t previously known about: Beanies of the Big 10.

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Who Was That Masked Man?

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