Jim Thorpe


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Noun1.Jim Thorpe - outstanding United States athlete (1888-1953)
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644 Defending champion Mark McNulty (previous six outings: 5-19-22-24-23-1) Other course winner taking part Jim Thorpe Course records - 72 holes 268 Jim Thorpe (2003).
Defending champion: Jim Thorpe (previous six 2003 outings: 3-33-4-3-24-10)
3 -- color) Senior pro Jim Thorpe smiles at his performance on the 13th green.
Walter Dam at its northern end, to the town of Jim Thorpe at the southern end.
In addition to Funk, the field to date includes Don January, Miller Barber, Billy Casper, Hale Irwin, Bruce Fleisher, Dana Quigley, Jim Thorpe, Peter Jacobsen, Jerry Pate, D.
1912: American Jim Thorpe was stripped of his decathlon and pentathlon golds a year after the Olympics because he had played professional baseball.
Mark Schweiker today joined hundreds of students to honor legendary athlete Jim Thorpe by unveiling a new Wheaties Cereal box emblazoned with Thorpe's picture during a gala celebration in the community that bears his name.
On the Champions Tour, Callaway Golf Staff Pro Jim Thorpe had his 9th top-10 finish of the season and tied for 2nd using the ERC Fusion Driver and HX Tour Golf Ball combination at the Kroger Classic.
Schweiker Joins Wheaties, Hundreds of PA Students To Honor Legendary All-American Jim Thorpe
The officials were nice to us,'' said Bruce Fleisher, the third-year senior and 1999 Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year who shared fourth place at 67 behind Jim Thorpe (66).
The HX Tour Golf Ball recorded its first professional tour victory on August 17, 2003, when Callaway Golf Staff Professional Jim Thorpe captured the Long Island Classic on the Champions Tour.
The path followed a northwesterly course, passing through or near present-day Lehighton, Jim Thorpe, Mountaintop and Wilkes-Barre.