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2008-09-19 16:28:50
2008-09-19 16:28:50

The "C" logo is an illustration, not a font.


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The Bears 'C' logo first appeared on the helmets in 1962

The Chicago Bears football team used to practice at Carroll College, now called Carroll University, in Wausheka, WI. The Bears bought the "C" logo from the college, made it a bit smaller and patented it. They began using the "C" logo in 1962.

The Reds. According to Wikipedia, a logo very similar in shape to today's Reds logo debuted in 1915, while the Bears' current and similar "C" logo was introduced in 1962. Although the University of Chicago had it first in 1898.

The first logo for the Chicago Bears was a black bear on a football. In 1962 the team introduced the current logo "C". It was originally white and in 1974 they decided to keep the wishbone shaped "C" and had colored it burnt orange with white trim. The team colors are Navy Blue, Burnt Orange, and White.

the Chicago cubs (the c on their hats at least)

in the nfl: bears is an orange c eagles is a green eagle head

The Bears "C" logo actually came from my College. CARROLL COLLEGE, now called CARROLL UNIVERSITY was established in 1864, making it one of the oldest schools in the Mid-west. The Chicago Bears came to CC and bought the logo from Carroll. They made their changes by condensing the "C" to make it a tad bit smaller. Patented it, and made it their own. The reason I know this is because I played football for Carroll for 4 years from 2004-2008 and it was something all the BEARS fans and Chicago natives prided themselves on when all the stingy packer fans gave us a hard time! Carroll College was founded in 1846. The Bears practiced on the school's field in the mid 1940's. There's an old story of a family touring the school, when the father saw the Bear's practicing on the school's field he commented, " That's the best college team I've ever seen." The rumor goes that the Bears payed the school $200 dollars for the logo, however, it's never been verified. But, there is a connection between the Bear's and Carroll.....

"A Chicago Bears hat is designed with the official colors of the Chicago Bears football team. The hats are navy blue, orange, and white. They usually are embellished with an orange 'C' outlined in white on the front of the hat."

It's called M&C Saatchi Grot, created especially for the agency, it's used on all communications.

they are dark blue and they have an orange C on it too.

Try the following information: c/o Chicago Bears Halas Hall 1000 Football Dr. Lake Forest, IL 60045-4829 USA

Yes. Here is the coding. <font c="color"></font>

The C logo on a nfl jersey stands for Captain.

The APS-C-DV-Priyanka font can be downloaded from many different online locations. The font can be found online by performing a basic Internet search and then downloading and installing the font to your system.

The hockey captain logo is a "C"

One thing about Chicago Cubs' jerseys is that they are mainly white with a red C as the logo. They also have different jerseys for home games and away games.

I think it's an actual Cub as opposed to the "C" that's used now.

Carolina Herrera has this logo.

The logo with a blue triangle and yellow c and mermaid is Cressi.

C++ doesn't understand the notion of a font. To work with fonts you will need a graphics library. The library will provide the methods required to change font sizes.

The "circled C" is a copyright symbol -- ©

umm if u look on zaplook ull c that zaplooks's logo look's like google's logo

go to the windows folder then fonts (C:/windows/fonts) and place the font in that folder

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