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Track and Field with ACU's Bobby Morrow (1957-58)
Abilene Christian University Library
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1957-58 |
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    Bob Gutowski, 1956 Summer Olympics silver medalist for Pole Vault, set world record for pole vault in 1957.
    Milt Campbell, first African-American to become Olympic Decathlon champion and gold medalist in 1956, joined NFL in 1957 .
    Charles Dumas, 1956 Olympic gold medalist and world record breaker in high jump.
    Bobby Morrow, sprinter for Abilene Christian and 3-time gold medalist at 1956 Olympics.
    Don Bowden, 1956 Olympian and world record breaker in relays.
    Jerome Walters of the Southern California Striders, and elite track and field club that was the largest multiracial club in the history of the sport.
    Waymond Griggs, Abilene Chistian relay runner and world record breaker.
    Bill Woodhouse, Abilene Chistian relay runner and world record breaker.
    James "Jimmy" Segrest, Abilene Chistian relay runner and world record breaker.
    Bobby Morrow in final leg of record breaking relay.
    (L-R) Waymond Griggs, Bill Woodhouse, Jimmy Segrest, and Bobby Morrow breaking world record for 440y relay at West Coast Relays in 1957.
    Waymond Griggs, Bill Woodhouse, Jimmy Segrest, and Bobby Morrow breaking records for 440 relay at the Texas Relays in Austin, 1957.
    Eddie Southern, Univerity of Texas track team member and 1956 Olympic silver medalist for 440 hurdles.
    Don Stewart, SMU's first NCAA track champion, tied for first place in high jump in 1957.
    Bobby Morrow competing in and easily winning 100 yard dash.
    Morrow named Outstanding Performer at Texas Relays in 1957 (he was also given this honor in 1955).
    Duke's Dave Sime, 1960 Olympic silver medalist in 100y dash, and Coach Bob Chambers.
    Bobby Morrow and Coach Oliver Jackson.
    Sime beats Morrow, and Bill Woodhouse wins 2nd place at American Business Club Relays, 1958.