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T-shirt exchange swaps Wildcat red for Sun Devil gold

A shirt with a clever slogan.
November 20, 2015

No one at Arizona State University wants to see a Wildcat red shirt this week — when ASU and its in-state rival University of Arizona play football. It's one reason why the ASU Alumni Association hosted a T-shirt exchange that allowed ASU students to swap shirts cast in that hated red hue for gold tees that say "No Pity for the Kitty" on the front. As you can imagine, the exchange was a popular one and the pile of red shirts had some girth and height to it.

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