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United States Federation. 1st Track and Field Championships - Page 7. June 7, 1963 - June 8, 1963. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 25, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1157/show/1152.

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United States Federation. (June 7, 1963 - June 8, 1963). 1st Track and Field Championships - Page 7. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/1157/show/1152

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Title 1st Track and Field Championships
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  • United States Federation
Publisher United States Federation
Date June 7, 1963 - June 8, 1963
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  • Track and field
  • College sports
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  • University of Houston
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  • United States Federation
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • programs (documents)
Language English
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Original Item Location ID 2009-006, Box7, Folder 26
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Transcript 8:10 P.M. SATURDAY - 440-YARD RELAY FINAL WORLD RECORD: 40.0, University of Texas (Wally Wilson, Eddie Southern, Hollis Gainey, Bobby Whilden) Austin, Texas, 5-11-57; University of Oregon (Mel Renfro, Mike Gaetcher, Jerry Tarr, Harry Jerome) Modesto, Calif, 5-26-62. AMERICAN RECORD: Same as world record. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE RECORD: Same as world record. STADIUM RECORD: 40.2, Abilene TC (Bill Woodhouse, George Peterson, Bud Clanton, and Bobby Morrow), 6-6-59. Texas Southern (162. Overton Williams, 160. Herbert Stevens, 149. T. J. Bell, and 156. Lester Milburn) McMurry TC (85. John Lewis, 87. Mickey Miller, 86. Bill Miller, 88. Mike Stell) Houston TC (35. Brian Davis, 49. Boyd Timmons, 48. Rickey Scott, 42. Charron Maloch) 8:20 P.M. SATURDAY - THE BILL WILLIAMS RESTAURANTS ONE MILE RUN FINAL - TRIALS AT 4:25 P.M. FRIDAY WORLD RECORD: 3:54.4, Peter Snell, New Zealand, Christchurch, N.Z, 1- 27-62. AMERICAN RECORD: 3:56.1, Peter Snell, New Zealand, Los Angeles, Calif, 5-18-62; Citizens record: 3:56.3, Jim Beatty, Los Angeles TC, Helsinki, Finland, 8-21-62. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE RECORD: 3:57.6, Dyrol Burleson, Oregon, Eugene, Ore, 5-24-61. STADIUM RECORD: 4:01.8, Cary Weisiger, Quantico Marines, 6-8-62. 70. John Camien, Emporia St., 4:00.6 129. Bill Cornell, Southern Illinois, 4:04.5 111. Eddie Winn, Oklahoma St., 4:11.1 132. Brian Turner, Southern Illinois, 4:04.0 32. Robert Beels, Houston TC, 4:16.0 34. Robert Cozens, Houston TC, 4:14.0 43. James McLatchie, Houston TC, 4:07.9 144. Richard Romo, Texas OC, 4:08.4 96. Ray Stevens, Nebraska, 4:04.9 73. Pat McNeal, Kansas St., 4:05.3 30. Denis Patterson, Furman 171. Cal Elmore, Wichita, 4:06.1 57. Tonnie Coane, Kansas, 4:11.4 174. Jim Ryun, Wichita East HS, 4:08.2 8:40 P.M. SATURDAY - JOHN C. O'LEARY 440-YARD DASH FINAL - TRIALS AT 4:00 P.M. SATURDAY WORLD RECORD: 45.7, Glenn Davis, Ohio State, Berkeley, Calif, 6-14-58. (PENDING: 44.9, Adolph Plummer, New Mexico, Tempe, Ariz, 5- 25-63.) AMERICAN RECORD: Same as world record. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE RECORD: Same as world record. STADIUM RECORD: 46.4, Ray Saddler, Texas Southern, 6-8-62. 98. Adolph Plummer, New Mexico, 44.9 35. Brian Davis, Houston TC, 46.9 159. Ray Saddler, Texas Southern, 46.3 94. Gil Gebo, Nebraska, 47.6 156. Lester Milburn, Texas Southern, 46.6 19. Jerry Smith, Auburn, 47.0 148. Artis Barrett, Texas Southern, 47.0 164. Bill Shapiro, Tulane, 48.0 10. Lynn Saunders, Abilene TC, 47.2 24. Sam Amukun, Colgate, 48.2 138. Ted Nelson, Texas A&M, 47.0 40. Danny Long, Houston TC 48.8 82. Jack O'Neil, LSU, 46.7 101. Fred Pink, North Texas St., 47.6 79. Leland Albright, LSU, 47.0 181. Rex Garvin, Baylor, 47.5 8:55 P.M. SATURDAY - RALPH JOHNSTON 120-YARD HURDLES FINAL - TRIALS AT 4:10 P.M. SATURDAY WORLD RECORD: 13.2, Martin Lauer, Germany, Zurich, Switzerland, 7-7-59; Lee Calhoun, USA, Bern, Switzerland, 8-21-60. AMERICAN RECORD: 13.2 by Calhoun. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE RECORD: 13.3, Jerry Tarr, Oregon, Eugene Ore 5-19-62. STADIUM RECORD: 13.8, Lee Calhoun, North Carolina College, 6-6-59. 152. Warren Charles, Texas Southern, 14.4 121. Bobby May, Rice, 14.1 153. Curtis Crum, Texas Southern, 14.5 110. Jess Tier, Oklahoma St., 14.5 99. Jim Brown, North Carolina U., 14.3 12. Charles Moseley, Alabama 13 9 165. C. K. Yang, U.C.L.A, 14.0 97. Fred Wilke, Nebraska, 14.4 17. Ralph Brodie, Arkansas, 14.1 135. Bob Johnson, Southern Methodist 14 1 81. Billy Hardin, LSU, 14.0 56. Bill Chambers, Kansas, 14.7 84. David Bonds, McMurry TC, 14.1 130. Robert Green, Southern Illinois, 14.1