Lloyd Olds Farewell Speech
Born in Ypsilanti in 1892, Lloyd Olds received his bachelor’s degree from Michigan State Normal College, and later a Doctor of Public Health from University of Michigan. He returned to serve for 42 years as coach, athletic director, and head of intramurals. In this informal address at a retirement event honoring Olds and Elton Rynearson, Olds reminisces about past professors and athletes of Eastern Michigan University, and gives suggestions as to the forward direction of the University.
Elton Rynearson, Lloyd Olds, academic scholarship awards, Roosevelt School, Arthur Walker, Wilbur Bowen, Belle Isle, collegiate athletics
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Olds, Lloyd, "Lloyd Olds Farewell Speech" (1963). Speeches. 3.