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Amateur Days Over If Good Ones Await Him In U. S. He Indicates Sprint Star Almost Is Mobbed By Autograph Seekers At London
Publication:The Sun (1837-1991) - Baltimore, Md.
Date:Aug 18, 1936
 Abstract (Document Summary)

The amateur days of mercury-heeled Jesse Owens are over if "good legitimate offers" await him in the United States, both Owens and Larry Snyder, his coach turned adviser. plainly indicated tonight.


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