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University of Southern California versus The Striders relays meet, 1961

University of Southern California versus The Striders relays meet, 18 March 1961. Bobby Staten;Bruce Munn;Bob Wilson;David James;Joe Faust;Norm Grundy;Bob Pierce;Briean Polkinghorne;Rene Rogers;Doug Carrol;Jerry Smart;Alonzo Randall. (Sleeve reads: SP-12950).;Caption slip reads: '31: Bobby Staten to Bruce Munn. Bob Wilson;David James. 50-49-1: Hi jump. Joe Faust;Norm Grundy. 69: Brewer. 45: Bob Pierce;Brian Polkinghorne. 46: Distance medley: Ted hands to Rene Rogers;Doug Carrol hands Jerry Smart striders wins, time 4.25. 32: Finish distance medley;Jerry Smart. 2: Bates to Cawley;Bob Wilson to Alonzo Randall'.;Supplementary material reads: 'From: Athletic News Service. University of Southern California. Los Angeles 7, California. Official Program: 10 cents. March 18, 1961. SC vs. Striders relays meet. Entries (With 1961 best marks where applicable). High Jump: 1:30 p.m. Meet Record: 6ft. 9 1/2 in., Charlie Dumas (SC), 1958. Strider Entries: Bob Fendler (6ft. 2in.). SC Entries: Norm Grundy (6ft. 6in.), Steve Couglin (6ft. 2 in.). Broad jump: 1:30 p.m. Meet record: 24ft. 10 3/4in., Luther Hayes (SC), 1960. Strider entries: Alvis Andrews (22ft. 2 1/4in.);Herm Stokes (.....), Bill Evanson (.....). SC entries: Luther Hayes (24ft. 9 1.4in.);Bill jackson (23ft. 8 3/4in.). Pole vault: 1:30 p.m. Meet record: 15ft. 1/2in., Ron Morris (Striders), 1960. Striders entries: Ron Morris (15ft. 3in.);Roland Zink (.....);Mick Beller (.....). SC entries: Jim Brewer (14ft. 5 3/4in.);Mel Hein (14 ft.);Dick Cramer (12 ft.). (Please see originals for other additional sports and athletes)'.. (Photo by Los Angeles Examiner/USC Libraries/Corbis via Getty Images)
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