George Halas, Jr.

George Halas, Jr.

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George Stanley Halas, Jr. (September 4, 1925–December 16, 1979), nicknamed "Mugs," was one of four presidents in the history of the Chicago Bears franchise of the National Football League. He was the son of George Halas, who was a former player, head coach, and owner of the Bears, and the co-founder of the NFL. George Jr. joined the Bears' front office in 1950. He became the treasurer in 1953 and president of the club in 1963. After 16 years as the club president, he died on the last day of the 1979 regular season. The George Halas Jr. Sports Center was dedicated on September 2, 1982 on the campus of Loyola University in Chicago. He was a graduate of Loyola University's School of Commerce.

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