The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1922 Page: 92
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j I"IFANI K GRIFFIN
Another one of the family of athletes v0: "o
\ill probably be as good as the older chaim-
pion in years to come.
To-, developed a good form under Mr.
Daniel by working faithfully. At the Dis-
trict meet he sprang over the bar at fie --
S seven, winning second place, to the great joy -
of the team and his many friends.
S0 JOHN TOM GRIFFIN
John Tom is very young yet, but has a re-
i arkab'e amcunt of endurance and speed.
If he trains properly the next two years he
. will be the second sensation of the Griffin
, LEE CASH
L ce is naturally one of the fastest men in
the State, having a fine running form with
a great amount of speed; however, he seemed
unable to get in the best of condition and
._ therefore did not win in the big meets of the
, y season.
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