The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 90
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MMile and Half-Mile
I James has a world of endurance but lacks
,1 . the final sprint to make him State champion.
h- a He sets out nearly at his fastest speed and
IM WOn holds it all of the way. If he ever develops
iw a good sprint, Eastland will be a topnotcher.
Lloyd was our best bet in the quarter and
relay. He was the most conscientious trainer
on the field, and could always be depended
on to be in condition.
"Gus" was a great surprise both to himself
and others. Coming out only to please Coach
Frazier, he developed into a very fast 100-
and 220-yard man.
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