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RIGHT: Stuart Minors and Jim Hatheway hit tapes as
coach Floyd Simmons looks on. FAR RIGHT: Richard
Washington, Ricky Lee and George Mayes are otf and
running in the 120 yard high hurdles. BELOW FAR RIGHT:
City co-record holder Craig Weatherspoon Fosbury flops
over the bar at Wilson, BELOW RIGHT: Dan Fulton pre-
pares to make move on Marvin Pace, the man he over-
took at the city meet to win the two mile championship.
ROW 1: Stewart Minors, Bill Broderick, Jim Hatheway,
Steve Linn, Charles Baucom, Dale Gross, Robert Tate,
Norm Hunter, .lon Kienberger, Wayne Goldsmith. ROW
2: Frank Crow, Jeff Wallberg, Dan Fulton, Russ Fleming,
Ken Hamilton, David Alberti, Howard Moore, Bill Floyd.
Frank Wylam, Richard Miller. ROW 3: Walter Pritchett.
Robert Bailey, Paul Durant, George Mayes, Ricky Lee.
Richard Washington, Craig Weatherspoon, George Cov-
ington, Mark Lasley, Dain Yaeger
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Page 106 text:
The 1972 Varsity Track team had its most successful sea-
son in many years. The year was highlighted with many rec-
ords and personal bests. A team of three high jumpers, Paul
Durant, Craig Weatherspoon and Richard Washington broke
the high jump Relay Record at the City Relays. Sophomore
Dan Fulton, Tech's ace distance runner, set a personal best
in the two-mile run, while running away with the city champi'
In dual meets, George Mayes was the top point producer,
as he was consistent in both hurdle events and the long
jump. Tech's leader in the sprints, Stewart Minors, led all op-
ponent sprinters in the 100, 220, 440 yard dashes and the
440 yard relay.
FuIton's "player-coach", Jim Hatheway was Tech's threat
inthe 880, mile and the two-mile.
The Engineers had good performances in the field events
from Dale Gross and Bill Broderick in the discus and shot.
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