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Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed

Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed

Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed
1960s high school yearbook featuring students and faculty, activities and sports, candids, shots of the school and surrounding, and including photos and mentions of graduating senior and future Professional Football star Bob Hayes who appears 11 times including Football, Track, Basketball, “Most Athletic, ” and Prom, and he inscribed and signed this yearbook this year, making this one of the earliest known signatures. Great photos and period design from a rare small Afro-American high school. Was an Olympic sprinter turned American football wide receiver. For the Dallas Cowboys. An American track and field athlete. He was a three-sport stand-out in high school, and a two-sport stand-out in college in both track and football for the Florida A&M University Rattlers. Hayes was enshrined in the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor. And was selected for induction in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Hayes was only the second Olympic gold medalist to be inducted to the Football Hall of Fame, after Jim Thorpe. He currently holds the record for the fastest 4 x 100. Mile anchor leg of all time. And as the world record for the 70-yard dash (with a time of 6.9 seconds). He also is tied for the world’s second fastest time in the 60-yard dash. He was once considered the world’s fastest human by virtue of his multiple world records in the 60-yard, 100-yard, 220-yard, and Olympic 100-meter dashes. Hayes is the only athlete to win both an Olympic gold medal and a Super Bowl Ring. For the Cowboys, in. In 1968 with a 20.8 yards per return average and two touchdowns, including a 90 yarder against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He helped Dallas win five Eastern Conference titles, two NFC titles, played in two Super Bowls, and was instrumental in Dallas’ first ever Super Bowl victory in 1972, making Hayes the only person to win both an Olympic gold medal. And a Super Bowl ring. With clean cover and pages and no must or mildew or missing pieces, with mild shelf wear including some cover discoloration, some page edge toning, and with student writing inside. Great rarity giving a great look into the early life and times of one of great athletes of the 20th century. Spanky’s Archive since 1986. Thank you for stopping by! Philadelphia 58 rookie 10 9 8 football topps 190 helmet mini-helmet, roger staubach. The item “Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed” is in sale since Wednesday, April 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Teaching & Education\Elementary & High Schools”. The seller is “spanky*s-archive” and is located in Iowa City, Iowa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Dallas Cowboys Olympic Gold BOB HAYES rare senior High School YearbookInscribed