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62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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National Collegiate Athletic Association. 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 28. May 30 - June 4, 1983. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/757.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association. (May 30 - June 4, 1983). 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships - Page 28. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/773/show/757

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Title 62nd Annual Men's, 2nd Annual Women's NCAA Track and Field Championships
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  • National Collegiate Athletic Association
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Date May 30 - June 4, 1983
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  • College sports
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Transcript 200 Meters (Men) 7:45 p.m. Wednesday (Trials) 8:20 p.m. Friday (Finals) World Record: 19.72, Pietro Mennea, Italy, 1979 American Record: 19.83, Tommie Smith, SCVYV, 1968 Collegiate Record: 20.03, Clancy Edwards, USC, 1978 NCAA Meet Record: 20.07, James Butler, Oklahoma State, 1982 Robertson Stadium Record: 20.47, James Mallard, Alabama, 1980 NCAA CHAMPIONS 1921 Eric Wilson, Iowa, 22.6* 1922 Leonard Paulu, Grinnell, 21.8* 1923 Eric Wilson, Iowa, 21.9* 1925 Glen Gray, Butler, 21.9* 1926 Roland Locke, Nebraska, 20.9* 1927 Fred Alderman, Michigan State, 21.1* 1928 Claude Bracey, Rice, 20.9* 1929 George Simpson, Ohio State, 20.8* 1930 George Simpson, Ohio State, 20.7* 1931 Eddie Tolan, Michigan, 21.5* 1932 Ralph Metcalfe, Marquette, 20.3 1933 Ralph Metcalfe, Marquette, 20.4* 1934 Ralph Metcalfe, Marquette, 20.9* 1935 Jesse Owens, Ohio State, 21.5* 1936 Jesse Owens, Ohio State, 21.3 1937 Ben Johnson, Columbia, 21.3* 1938 Mack Robinson, Oregon, 21.3* 1939 Clyde Jeffrey, Stanford, 21.1* 1940 Norwood Ewell, Penn State, 21.1* 1941 Norwood Ewell, Penn State, 21.1* 1942 Hal Davis, California, 21.2* 1943 Hal Davis, California, 21.4* 1944 Buddy Young, Illinois, 21.6* 1945 Earl Collins, Texas, 22.4* 1946 Herb McKenley, Illinois, 21.3* 1947 Herb McKenley, Illinois, 20.7* 1948 Mel Patton, Southern Cal, 20.7 1949 Mel Patton, Southern Cal, 20.4* 1950 Charley Parker, Texas, 21.5* 1951 George Rhoden, Morgan State, 20.7* 1952 Jim Ford, Drake, 21.0 1953 Thane Baker, Kansas State, 21.5* 1954 Charles Thomas, Texas, 20.7* 1955 Jim Golliday, Northwestern, 21.1* 1956 Bobby Morrow, Abilene Chris., 20.6 1957 Bobby Morrow, Abilene Chris., 21.0* 1958 Ed Collymore, Villanova, 20.7* 1959 Ray Norton, San Jose State, 20.9* 1960 Charlie Tidwell, Kansas, 20.8 1961 Frank Budd, Villanova, 20.8* 1962 Harry Jerome, Oregon, 20.8* 1963 Henry Carr, Arizona State, 20.5* 1964 Bob Hayes, Florida A&M, 20.4 1965 Earl Horner, Villanova, 21.1* 1966 Tom Jones, UCLA, 20.9* 1967 Tommie Smith, San Jose State, 20.2* 1968 Emmett Taylor, Ohio, 20.8 1969 John Carlos, San Jose State, 20.2* 1970 Willie Turner, Oregon State, 20.6* 1971 Larry Black, N. Carolina Cent., 20.5* 1972 Larry Burton, Purdue, 20.5w 1973 Marshall Dill, Michigan State, 20.9* 1974 James Gilkes, Fisk, 19.90w* 1975 Reggie Jones, Tennessee, 20.6* 1976 Harvey Glance, Auburn, 20.74 1977 William Snoddy, Oklahoma, 20.48 1978 Clarence Edwards, Southern Cal, 20.16 1979 Gregory Foster, UCLA, 20.22 1980 Michael Roberson, Florida State, 19.96w 1981 Dwayne Evans, Arizona State, 20.20w 1982 James Butler, Oklahoma State, 20.07w indicates 220 yards James Butler, Oklahoma State 1982 Champion—20.07w 1983 Finish 1._ 2._ 3._ 4.. 5._ 6._ 7._ 8._ 9. 10._ 11.. 12._ 27