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Georgia Tech Collection

Great year-round gifts for Yellow Jacket fans of all ages!

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Georgia Tech "In Training" Collection
You can't start too early to train 'em right!

Georgia Tech In Training Football Player Matted Print

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Proverbs 22:6
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Georgia Tech In Training Cheerleader Matted Print

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Georgia Tech "Wait for Me" Collection
A little whimsy for the serious Jackets fan!

Georgia Tech Wait for Me Football Player Matted Print

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Georgia Tech Wait for Me Cheerleader Matted Print

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Ramblin’ Wreck Fight Song

Georgia Tech's famous fight song, "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech", gained widespread acceptance in the 1920s, when Tech graduates began building makeshift mechanical buggies to improve a poor transportation system in South America. 

Vice President Richard Nixon and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev sang the song together when they met in Moscow in 1958. The story goes, Nixon did not know any Russian songs, and Khrushchev knew only this one American song that had been sung on The Ed Sullivan Show.

Gregory Peck sang it in the movie "The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit" and John Wayne whistled it in "The High and the Mighty". 

There are numerous stories of commanding officers, crossing the English Channel on the morning of D-Day, leading their men in the song to calm their nerves.

It is reported to be the first school song to have been played in space.

It is played every time Georgia Tech scores in a football game.


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"In Training" and "Wait for Me" prints and poems are copyrighted by Fran Baggett
 and may not be reproduced without written permission