Kalamazoo College's First Track Team, 1895
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Kalamazoo College's first track team, 1895. On the back of the photograph: "Photo gift to centennial collection by Coe Hayne. From left to right, top row: H. R. Anderson, distance runner; M. T. Dodge, 440 yards; A. C. Tredway, sprints; R. B. Boyden, hammer and jumps; Charles McHarness, sprints; center row: J. B. Fox, shot; A. C. Gilbert, long distance runner and captain of relay team; W. C. Stripp, manager; George Stroebe 440 yards (52 sec. Intercollegiate record); L. L. Gilbert, mile walk; C. H. Wyatt, foils (non-competitive sport in Intercollegiate); bottom row: E. A. DeWaters, sprints; H. DeWitt Girdwood, 440 yards; Coe Hayne, sprints and all-around; Leroy Hornbeck, wrestler." Kalamazoo College's Centennial was in 1933. The photographer is unknown.
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