Sweet Sioux Tomahawk trophy

The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000129" title="Northwestern Wildcats" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/northwestern-wildcats-ORSPT000129.topic">Northwestern Wildcats</a> and former head coach Randy Walker display the Sweet Sioux Tomahawk trophy after capturing the 2003 rivalry contest. The Sweet Sioux initially was designed as an authentic wooden Indian, like those that used to stand in front of cigar stores throughout the nation. It eventually posed a transportation problem and was replaced by the current Tomahawk.
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( Northwestern University Media Services photo / November 21, 2008 )

The Northwestern Wildcats and former head coach Randy Walker display the Sweet Sioux Tomahawk trophy after capturing the 2003 rivalry contest. The Sweet Sioux initially was designed as an authentic wooden Indian, like those that used to stand in front of cigar stores throughout the nation. It eventually posed a transportation problem and was replaced by the current Tomahawk.

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