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1974 Missouri Tigers Artwork: Koozie

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The nickname "Tigers," given to Mizzou's athletic teams, traces its origin to the Civil War period. At that time, plundering guerilla bands habitually raided small towns, and Columbia people constantly feared an attack. Such organizations as temporary "home guards" and vigilance companies banded together to fight off any possible forays. The town's preparedness discouraged any guerilla activity and the protecting organization began to disband in 1854. However, it was rumored that a guerilla band, led by the notorious Bill Anderson, intended to sack the town. Quickly organized was an armed guard of Columbia citizens, who built a blockhouse and fortified the old courthouse in the center of town. This company was called "The Missouri Tigers." The marauders never came. The reputation of the intrepid "Tigers" presumably traveled abroad, and Anderson's gang detoured around Columbia. Soon after Missouri's first football team was organized in 1890, the athletic committee adopted the nickname "Tiger" in official recognition of those Civil War defenders.
Product details
This collapsible beverage insulator is perfect for picnics, camping trips and keeping your cans cold while tailgating. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, and enhanced for vibrant color.
  • 4” x 4 1/8” beverage insulator for 12 oz. cans
  • Built in bottom neoprene rubber base
  • Secure side stitching
  • White polyester fabric exterior, neoprene rubber insulation
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