|Judge Ricardo Urbina (ret'd.)|
Georgetown Track Legend
Photo: Washington Post
The 600 provides a preview of a things to come as Martin McGrady is credited with a “mild upset” for holding off Dave Hemery and Bill Crothers in 1:09.9. Let's keep an eye on this McGrady kid. He may have found his race.
|McGrady appearing on TF&N cover|
in 1968 beating Lee Evans and Jim Kemp
|Lindgren and Baillie|
(photo listed for sale on E Bay)
|Matson putting another kind of ball.|
A little one on one before an indoor meet with Steinhauer and Matson might have sold
a few more tickets.
|Lindgren and Clarke in years prior|
|Ryun about to pass Glen Ogden|
|Keino on a better day|
Clyde Glosson is one of the fastest men in the world based on his times last year, 9.2w and 20.6w, yet his Trinity University coach not only won't use him on the anchor leg of the 440 relay, he won't put him on the relay team at all. Here is the question for the more astute of Clyde Glosson? Clik here Clyde G
Not heeding the directional advice of Horace Greeley, Western Michigan assistant, Bob Parks. is going east, specifically to his alma mater, Eastern Michigan where he will assist this season before becoming head coach at the end of the season.
..And now the reason why Clyde Glosson will not carry the baton for the Trinity Tigers: there are only two guys on the team, Clyde and some guy named Fred. The team bus is the coach's VW bug......As proof that this was a simpler time, we'll close with this notice, “Results of the postal competition sponsored by T&FN are now ready, and are available by sending a self addressed envelope with ten cents postage for first class service.”