|Ni Chih Chin|
High Jump: Ni Chih-Chin of China (He is known for breaking the world record with 2.29 m on 8 November 1970 in Changsha, but because PR China was not a member of the International Association of Athletics Federations at the time, his record was never ratified.), Long Jump: Ralph Boston, Pole Vault: John Pennel, Triple Jump: Hans-Jurgen Ruckborn of East Germany (although Art Walker was undefeated and had the longest jump of the year), Shot: Randy Matson, Discus: Al Oerter, Hammer: Romuald Klim of the USSR, Javelin: Janis Lusis and Decathlon: Bill Toomey.
In an L.A. Times article Feb. 4, 1998 Aara Najarian wrote about Proctor
Dave Maggard career
Maggard would go on to a career as a college AD at Cal, Miami (FL), and Houston. See link above for more.
Jim Grelle outkicks Gerry Lindgren and George Young to win the two mile in 8:45.0. Charlie Greene takes the 60 in 6.0.