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OSU Season’s Bests 100—Butch Lumby (9.5)
220—Butch Lumby (21.4)
440—Bob McLaren (48.2)
880—Morgan Groth (1:47.5)
Mile—Morgan Groth (4:01.6)
2 Mile—Tracy Smith (9:00.0)
3 Mile—Tracy Smith (14:02.8)
6 Mile—Tracy Smith (29:12.3) Steeplechase—Tracy Smith (9:08.0) High Hurdles—Tom Wyatt (13.9)
330 Inter. Hrdls-Tom Wyatt (37.2) 440 Inter. Hdls—Tom Wyatt (51.6) Shot Put—Lahcen Samsam (59'4") Discus—Don Tollefson (161'7") Javelin—Ken McGowan (228'IOH ) High Jump—Charlie White (6'6K ' ) Broad Jump—Terry Monroe (23'9K ) Pole Vault—Terry Cox (15'6V$") Triple Jump—Terry Monroe (49'lH'‘) 440 Relay-Lumby, Wright, Macy,
Mile Relay—Pancoast Shook, Wyatt, McLaren (3:16.6)
Oregon State made great performances at the NCAA Championships. Don Roberts (far abotv, left) and Lahcen Samsam (far aboie, right) made the finals in the shot put with the season’s boat puts. Tracy Smith (right, 307) led the Beavers in four events and became the second man in NCAA history to score in three distance events at the championships.
Terry Cox (aboir) set a school pole vault record of 15' 6 W'.
Page 167 text:
Oregon State’s best efforts came during the two Oregon dual meets. In both meets. Rusty Brown (left) anchored the 440 relay team to impressive victories. Ken McGowen (below, far left) turned in two clutch performances in winning the javelin in both meets, while Butch Lumby (below, second from left) spurted to 100 and 220 victories. In the second and winning dual, the two most impressive performances came from Tom Wyatt ana Gregg Macy in the high hurdles (below, middle), and Morgan Groth in the mile (below, second from right). Tom and Gregg went 1-2 in record times and Morgan soloed to an impressive 4:01.6 mile victory. Terry Monrot? (below, far right) wrapped up the win in the second dual with his triple jump victory.
Page 169 text:
individual performances soothe dual meet losses
Although the team record was not what it should have been, many individuals distinguished themselves regionally and nationally. Morgan Groth, though hampered by injuries, still managed to post the second fastest time in the world at 880 yards (1:47.5) in winning the AAWU half mile crown. Pole Vaulter Marv Radlof set an OSU indoor record (15'8") in placing second at the NCAA Indoor Championship, while teammate Terry Cox raised the outdoor standard to 15'6J ". Terry Monroe became the second best triple jumper in OSU history with his 49' x £ mark and NCAA fourth place finish. Butch Lumby tied the 100 yard dash record of 9.5 seconds.
At the NCAA, the Beavers placed two men in the eight man finals in two
OSU 121 Lewis Clark 47 Port. St. 20 Easter Relays OSU 1st place
OSU 62 Washington State 83
OSU 63 Brig. Yng. 70 California 48
OSU 66 Washington 78
OSU 70 Oregon 75
Northern Division OSU 3rd place
AAWU Championships OSU 7th place
OSU 79 Oregon 66
events. Tom Wyatt and Rusty Brown survived the two qualifying heats in the 440 intermediate hurdles, and I ahcen Samsam and Don Roberts made the finals of the shot put. Wyatt finished fourth in his race and Samsam placed fifth in the shot. Roberts improved on all but one of his throws and became the second best shot putter in OSU history with his 57'10”. Tracy Smith attempted a very difficult distance triple. Running in the six mile, steeplechase, and three mile he became the second man in NCAA history to score in all three events. lie set personal bests in running 29:12.3,9:08.0,14:02.8 and gathering a fourth and two sixth places. Tracy also had an excellent 4:05.6 mile clocking earlier in the year.
Oregon Spite lost one of the nation’s best track coaches and the only man to bring a national championship to Oregon State when Coach Sam Ik-11 (ri iht) went to California. Bell’s teams were winners, always competitors, and brought regional, national, and world acclaim to the University. Every school track record is held by a Bell-coached athlete.
How one from left: Harry Wright, 'Ferry Cox, Marv Badlof, Pete Mewett, Butch Lumby, Paul Tremain. John Hergenrather,and Ken McGowan. How two: Tom Wyatt, Don Roberts, Jim Wilson. Captain Gregg Macy, Terry Monroe, and Mike Kelly. Row three: Coach Sam Bell, Dennis Bond, Busty Brown, Morgan Groth, Charlie White, John Shook, Steve Pancoast, Bob McLaren, Gary Bracclin, and Assistant Coach Chuck McNeil.
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