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More Minnesota Musings

During the reporting for my follow-up piece on the origins of the Vikings’ uniforms, I interviewed the two surviving sons of Bert Rose, the Vikes’ original general manager (that’s him shown at right). One the sons, Scott Rose, told me a story about the team’s name that I hadn’t heard before. Here’s a transcript:

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The Thick and the Thin of Saints History

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The photo shown above was taken during the Saints’ inaugural season, 1967. Take a look at the two players in the center — quarterback Gary Cuozzo and running back Jim Taylor. As you can see, their jersey numbers are much thicker than the ones being worn by . . . → Read More: The Thick and the Thin of Saints History

How the Vikings Got Their Horns

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In January of 1962, cartoonist extraordinaire Karl Hubenthal drew a cartoon about how he had designed the Minnesota Vikings’ uniforms. If you’ve never heard of Hubenthal, and/or if you had no idea that he’d created the Vikes’ inaugural look, I have a treat for you today over . . . → Read More: How the Vikings Got Their Horns

Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns

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You fine readers may recall that back in August, while Paul was on his well-deserved uni-sabbatical, I ran an interview with Graig Kreindler, a tremendous artist who specializes in old-time baseball paintings, based off of photographs. If you’ll scroll down to the end of that article, you’ll . . . → Read More: Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns