21. September 2014 · Comments Off on Jugology 401 · Categories: 2014 · Tags: ,

Jil Gordon paints new section (2013 - Greg Dooley photo)

Your primer for Jug week – this will keep you busy for a while:

Chapter 1: What Really Happened in the 1930s
Chapter 2: Spinning Myths
Chapter 3: Getting it Right
Chapter 4: 2013: A Space Quandary (solved! see above)
Chapter 5: Red Wing Roots
Chapter 6: Is the Greatest Trophy in College Sports a Fake?
Chapter 7: Open Questions
Chapter 8: Doc Cooke and the Real Origins of the Rivalry
Chapter 9: Gophers Here, Gophers There – When Michigan played Minnesota Twice
Chapter 10: How It Started: Minnesota Madmen 6, Michigan Machine 6
Chapter 11: A Righteous Sip, and Why Michigan Bought the Jug
Chapter 12: Making It Official—Jil Gordon & Painting the Little Brown Jug
Chapter 13: 40,000 Jugs—Financial Analysis from 1903

Elsewhere:  Did you order your Little Brown Jug book?  It’s new and it’s hot – I heard they already sold out the initial printing and a setting up for run #2.  Get yours now:

Little Brown Jug Book Yes, I endorse this book.  There are some incredible photos, many I’d never seen before getting the book.  If you are local to Ann Arbor, contact Kenny Magee of Ann Arbor Sports Memorabilia at (734) 222-9321 or email kenmagee22[at]aol.com.

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