George Marshall, Address at the George Marshall Recognition Dinner, 1967
George Marshall served as track coach for Eastern Michigan University for 35 years, from 1928 to 1967. In that time, his teams won 14 Interstate Intercollegiate Conference titles and the NAIA national cross country title. This audio recording from an appreciation dinner in Marshall’s honor captures Marshall responding to the accolades of the evening. Recalling stories from his time as track and field coach, and revisiting many of the lessons learned in his years with the track team, Marshall is humble and humorous in this address.
George Marshall, Harold Sponberg, Lloyd Olds, track and field, collegiate athletics
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Marshall, George, "George Marshall, Address at the George Marshall Recognition Dinner, 1967" (1967). Speeches. 42.