VoyForums

VoyUser Login optional ] [ Contact Forum Admin ] [ Main index ] [ Post a new message ] [ Search | Check update time | Archives: 12345678910 ]
Subject: Re: Impressive


Author:
Diogenes (Calvin)
[ Next Thread | Previous Thread | Next Message | Previous Message ]
Date Posted: 10:29:28 12/31/16 Sat
In reply to: Calvin 's message, "Impressive" on 09:31:06 12/31/16 Sat

Hayes was 5'11",185 pounds and jumped high enough to catch 371 passes for 7,414 yards and 71 touchdowns.

When Hayes played, it was legal to hit receivers anywhere on the field. Also, a pass was a free ball and the receiver and defender were equally entitled to the ball, ergo: a defender could flatten a receiver as long as the defender was "going for the ball". Hayes was a football player, not a pretty boy sprinter.

[ Next Thread | Previous Thread | Next Message | Previous Message ]

Replies:
[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Impressive


Author:
Memphis Bill
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 11:41:19 12/31/16 Sat

Good memory Bullet, I had forgotten about Mr. Ashworth of Dartmouth. Also of note in those games were Yale's Wendell Mottley winning the Silver in the 400 meters (for Trinidad), and Jay Luck of Yale finishing two spots out of the money in the 400 IH. The US track team was coached by Yale's Bob Giegengack,

There were multiple medals won by Ivy swimmers led by Yale's Don Schollanders four freestyle and relay golds. When golds won by Penn-heavy Vesper Boat Club representing US in HW crew are factored in, I believe Ivy students and grads accounted for more medals than any other conference at those Olympics.

Obviously, we have fallen from that lofty perch!

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Cornell's Bill Stowe stroked the U.S. Olympic eight.


Author:
Diogenes
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 12:06:29 12/31/16 Sat


[ Post a Reply to This Message ]
[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Impressive


Author:
joiseyfan
[ Edit | View ]

Date Posted: 12:53:37 12/31/16 Sat

Princeton's Jed Graef won the gold in the 200 backstroke on the same Olympic team with the great Schollander.

More obscurely, a young Tiger hoopster from far-off Missouri captained the gold-medal basketball team. William Warren Bradley then returned to campus for his senior season, the last gold-medal Princetonian to do so prior to Ashleigh Johnson '17.

[ Post a Reply to This Message ]


VoyUser Login ] Not required to post.
Post a public reply to this message | Go post a new public message
* HTML allowed in marked fields.
* Message subject (required):

Name (required):

  Expression (Optional mood/title along with your name) Examples: (happy, sad, The Joyful, etc.) help)

  E-mail address (optional):

* Type your message here:


Notice: Copies of your message may remain on this and other systems on internet. Please be respectful.

[ Contact Forum Admin ]


Forum timezone: GMT-5
VF Version: 3.00b, ConfDB:
Before posting please read our privacy policy.
VoyForums(tm) is a Free Service from Voyager Info-Systems.
Copyright © 1998-2016 Voyager Info-Systems. All Rights Reserved.