Row one (back): Herman R. Rosenow, Joseph R. Spies, Alvin Staack, Rollin Stevens, Glen M. Teal, George H. Tompkins, Robert F. Wales, D. Stuart Walker, Fred N. Whiting, Leslie C. Winters; Row two: C. E. Hogeboom, Irving E. Kaveney, Lyle B. Knight, Earl W. Lemonds, Phillip L. March, Edwin A. Martin, Walter A. Martin, George Melbourn, Nevin J. Platt, Paul L. Redfield; Row three: Moore, Mutts, Wilson, Rudolph W. Anderson, Robert A. Chaussee, Sterling H. Clark, Walworth T. Cortelyou, Ted J. Courshon, Howard O. Gunderson, Clifford L. Gurney; Row four (front): Anderson, P., Anderson, W., Greer, Griffee, Jernigen, Jett, Jones, Melburger. Inscribed on verso: Back row 1. Rossow, Spies, Staak, Stevens, Teal, Tompkins, Wales, Walker, Whiting, Winters, 2. Hogeboon, Kaveney, Knight, Lemons, March, Martin E., Martin W. Meborn, Platt, Redfield, 3. Moore, Mutts, Wilson, Anderson, Chaussee, Clark, Cortellyou, Courshon, Gunderson, Gurney, 4. Anderson, P., Anderson, W., Greer, Griffee, Jernigen, Jett, Jones, Melburger. Fort Snelling, Minnesota. 1926 Row 4 were probably all from Arkansas. The University men who went to the summer training camp at Ft. Snelling not only took honors in military work but won the track the track championship of the camp. They competed against the best athletes in the universities of Arkansas, Kansa, Missouri, Nebraska, Minnesota, and other schools of the same size. (copy from 1928 yearbook) (photo from Dr. Lyle B. Knight '28 Lee's Summit, Mo)
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