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Will Washington Redskins change name as pressure mounts?
Tampabay.com
Owner George Preston Marshall changed the name to Redskins after moving the team to Fenway Park. The team has said the Redskins name was in honor of coach William "Lone Star" Dietz, who claimed to be Sioux, and some Indians on the squad.

1953 Nobel Prize Peace Winner George Marshall News

Maine town renames street "Redskin's Drive" after abandoning term as offensive ...
KERO-TV 23
The Washington Redskins were originally known as the Boston Braves. In 1933, co-owner George Preston Marshall changed the name to the Redskins. There's a lot of controversy over why – one version says it was to honor then head coach who claimed to ...

1953 Nobel Prize Peace Winner George Marshall News

What Can We Expect from Donald Sloan?
8 Points, 9 Seconds
George Hill wand C.J. Watson had the starting and back up roles last year, but there is a chance Watson might see more minutes. With so many changes to both the starters and the backups it's hard to figure out exactly where Sloan might land in the ...

1953 Nobel Prize Peace Winner George Marshall News

Charlie Chaplin's evolving talent seen in 'Chaplin's Mutual Comedies'
Los Angeles Times
1932: Stan Laurel, with a blackened eye, and Oliver Hardy during a break in the filming of "Towed in a Hole," directed by George Marshall. [For the record: This caption previously stated that the film was 1928's "The Finishing Touch."] 1932: Stan ...

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