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1973 Oklahoma State Cowboys Artwork: Men's Tri-Blend T-Shirt

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Color: oxford

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Pistol Pete is the athletics mascot of Oklahoma State University. The Pistol Pete mascot costume features traditional cowboy attire and a headpiece resembling Frank Eaton. Pistol Pete has been the mascot for the Oklahoma State Cowboys since 1923. From the 1890s on, Oklahoma A&M sports teams had been referred to as the Agriculturists or Aggies, the Farmers, and officially but unpopularly, the Tigers. By 1924, sports writers who regularly covered college events had begun to refer to Stillwater's teams as the A&M Cowboys. Around 1923, when Oklahoma A&M College was searching for a new mascot to replace their tiger (which had been copied from Princeton and accounts for the orange and black school colors), a group of students saw Frank Eaton leading Stillwater's Armistice Day Parade. To this day, his likeness is a visible reminder of the Old West to literally millions of people yearly as a symbol of colleges whose mascots pay homage to the cowboy. However, it was not until 1958 that "Pistol Pete" was adopted as the school's mascot.
Product details
This is not your ordinary t-shirt. The Men's Tri-Blend T-Shirt is made from a soft, lightweight jersey that features advanced moisture management performance and delivers lasting comfort and an easy style. Choose an exclusive design and wear your gear with pride.
  • 4.5 oz. 50/37/13 Poly/Cotton/Rayon
  • Slim Fit (RUNS SMALL)
  • Wash in cold with like colors
  • Two-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom
  • Soft, lightweight fabric with advanced moisture management
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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