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WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) - On a whim in 1976, Hugh Moore bought a T-shirt for the new NFL franchise Seattle Seahawks and told his wife he wasn’t going to wear it until the team won the Super Bowl.
The 78-year-old Wenatchee man finally pulled out the shirt Sunday and was the talk of a Starbucks coffee shop Monday in Wenatchee where he showed it off.
Moore told The Wenatchee World (http://bit.ly/1ipwRXJ) he’s putting the T-shirt back in the closet this week, and he’ll take it out next year if Seattle wins the championship again.
Information from: The Wenatchee World, http://www.wenatcheeworld.com
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