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  • Marquis
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    Re: Jon Hendershott Doppelganger

    Hendershot now over 7 feet.

    Continuing to impress in the field was sophomore Jon Hendershot (Nazareth, Pa.), who turned in a PR clearance of 7-0.25 (2.14) to win the men's high jump.

    http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/c-tra ... 12aaa.html

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  • Marquis
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    Re: Jon Hendershott Doppelganger

    Originally posted by Half Miler
    And here I thought doppelgangers were those looked alike. :?
    In this case Doppelgänger was used to indicate names that look alike.

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  • Half Miler
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    And here I thought doppelgangers were those looked alike. :?

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  • gh
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    He's still only No. 3 on the employee-doppelganger list though: founder Bert Nelson won the NCAA high jump in 1932 and I (as Gary) was No. 7-rated U.S. decathlete in '72! No Sieg Lindstrom sightings yet.

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  • Marquis
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    Jon Hendershott Doppelganger

    I was trying to figure out how to spell Jon's name and found to my surprise that when you Google "Jon Hendershot" (sic) there really is such a fellow associated with T&F. The "t" less younger version hails from Nazareth PA and High Jumped 6-09 this year as a senior.

    http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/today/i ... s_jon.html
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