Independently financed by Cleveland Barons owner Arthur Sutphin during the height of the Great Depression, Cleveland Arena also served as the home arena for the Cleveland Rebels of the BAA, the first four seasons for the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Cleveland Crusaders of the WHA. The venue could hold up to 11,000 fans for basketball games, and 9,000 fans for hockey games. That capacity was challenged in 1952 for the Moondog Coronation Bowl when over 20,000 fans tried to fit inside. The event would later be considered the first major rock concert, even though fire authorities shut the concert down after the first song.
This updated unisex essential fits like a vintage well-loved favorite. Expertly crafted with an ultra-soft fabric, baby rib collar, reinforced side-seam, and excellent quality print, our shirts will easily be the best in your closet. Solid colors are 100% cotton, heather colors feature a 52/48 cotton/poly blend.
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