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Dupree Part 2
Dupree Part 2
Item IDEgyptian19610630dupree2.tif
TitleDupree Part 2
AuthorDaily Egyptian
DescriptionDupree Part 2
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1961 June 30
Volume42
Issue61
SectionSports
Page(s)6
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CollectionUniversity Archives: Daily Egyptian Diversity Articles Index
TranscriptDupree Part 2

trip because the 220-hurdles is a non-Olympic event. His brother, Dave, failed to finish among the top six runners in the 220-yard dash, although he qualified for the finals. He fin. ished third in a preliminary heat with a 21.5 time and fourth in a semifinal heat with a time of 21.4.
Brian Turner, standout British runner with the Saluki Track Club, was fourth in the three-mile run with a time of 13:56.8. Laszo Tabri of the
Santa Clara Youth Village won the event with a clocking of 13.50.0.
The AAU picked a 39-man team for competition against Russia in Moscow July 15-16. The team will also appear in several other European countries—West Germany, England, Poland and others—during the trip.
Seven of the eligible tracksters refused to make the trip because many of them didn't like the way the project has been run in the past. Several complained they could not take time off from their jobs urAless they had some means of reimbursement.
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