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1987

Courtesy: Manhattan Athletic Department
Release: 10/24/2006
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Louis P. Burns '38 Won IC4A titles in 1937 in the 1500 meters and the mile indoors, and the 800 meters and the mile outdoors. In 1936, won the Princeton Half Mile, which was sanctioned for selection to the United States Olympic Team.
Bill "Nippy" Dunne '26 A three-letter man who participated in football, baseball, and track. Was member of Manhattan's first champion relay team at the Penn Relays. Football team captain as a senior.
John Quigley '48 Entered Manhattan in 1939 and graduated in 1948. In between, he recieved awards for participating in both track and World War II. He was twice voted MVP of the Senior Met AAU Championships.
Harry Wheeler '38 Competed in both football and track. Played on offense and defense and considered one of Manhattan's greatest football players ever. In track, he concentrated mostly on field events. Received the bronze and silver stars, the purple heart, and the Legion of Merit in World War II.

 

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