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1979

Courtesy: Manhattan Athletic Department
Release: 10/24/2006
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Brother Jasper The School's first athletic director and baseball coach. Credited as the originator of the seventh-inning strech, now a time-honored tradition throughout baseball.
Neil Cohalan '28 An 11-letter man competing in three sports. Highly successful basketball coach from 1929-42. First coach of the New York Knicks.
Vincent dePaul Draddy '30 Star quarterback as an undergraduate. Dedicated alumnus whose generosity led to the construction of the gymnasium which bears his name.
Junious Kellogg The most courageous Jasper of all. Stood up to the mob and exposed gambling scandals which infected college basketball in the 1950's. Fought back against a crippling automobile accident to lead an exemplary life.
Lindy Remigino '53 Dubbed the world's fastest human after winning the 100 meter gold medal in the 1952 Olympics at Helsinki. Former All-American. Still holds several college records, the oldest in the books.

 

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