Jim Thorpe

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Noun1.Jim Thorpe - outstanding United States athlete (1888-1953)
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Jenkins describes the academic, social, and outstanding athletic life at the school under Pratt and discusses some of the notable personalities, including football/track coach Glenn "Pop" Warner and the school's most famous athlete, Jim Thorpe. Leslie complements Jenkins' first-rate writing with a serious, unvoiced presentation.
Mary's College who has served as a commentator for televised track and field events, chronicles the careers of the men who excelled in the event, including the All-Around's most famous athlete, Jim Thorpe. B & w photos and statistical data are included.
Prop forward Jim Thorpe, raised by Moseley from mini level, is now one of Rotherham's key players and White is expecting an extra effort from him.
Mr McKenna is not the first, and definitely will not be the last husband, to pay up to pounds 100 for the services of forensic expert Dr Jim Thorpe, as DONNA WHITE reveals...
Jim Thorpe is currently the only African-American on the PGA Tour.
OKLAHOMA CITY Bob Stoops, former head football coach at the University of Oklahoma, will present the 2018 Paycom Jim Thorpe Award.
Jim Thorpe Neighborhood Bank funded the loan.View the full article from Lehigh Valley Business at http://www.lvb.com/article/20180827/LVB01/180829884/investor-purchases-plans-improvements-for-downtown-nazareth-office-building.
"This is why our customers need us now more than ever and our everyday-low prices that will help them stretch their shrinking budget," executive vice president and chief merchandising officer Jim Thorpe said at the company's Investor Conference.
He was named first-team All-Big East for a second straight season, selected to a pair of All-American teams and was a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the nation's top defensive back.
He finished the season tied for second nationally in interceptions with seven and was a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe and Bednarik awards.
The course Eisenhower Park GC (Red course), East Meadow, New York Course records 54 holes: 195 Jim Thorpe (2003).