Blue Socks

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Paul Janus - Logo and Uniforms
... After discussion, the Panthers organization decided on jerseys colored white, black, and blue, and pants colored white and silver the exact tone of ... the changes that have been made are mostly minor ones, such as changing the sock color of the team's black uniforms from blue to black and changing the team's shoes ... The Panthers have three main jersey colors black, white, and blue ...
Johnstone F.C. - Colours
... 1877?–1880? Navy blue shirts, navy blue shorts, navy blue white hooped socks. 1880–1896 Navy blue shirts, white shorts, navy blue socks. 1896–1902 Royal blue shirts, white shorts, royal blue socks ...
Helensburgh F.C. - Colours
... 1874–? Royal blue shirts with yellow trim, royal blue shorts, royal blue socks with yellow trim ... ?–1885? Navy blue shirts, white shorts, navy blue socks ... ?–1928 Red shirts with white trim, navy blue shorts, navy blue socks with red trim ...
Club Universidad De Chile - Colours and Logo - Home Kit and Away Kit
... The team's home kit from 1943 to 1958 consisted of a blue jersey, a white short and blue socks ... In 1959, the home kit was changed to an all royal blue kit ... In 1992 a darker tone of blue was used for the home kit and in 1996 a red stripe was added to the sleeves ...

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    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

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