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    Re: Solve this puzzle, please. Att: Mr Tracy

    Small second hand store in coastal town in Ca. was the location of the medal set. Thanks for the detective work

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    >I discovered a 1923 CIF gold medal for 100 yard
    dash and also the 1923 220 yard dash but
    according to the records they were won by
    different people. I am trying to figure out how
    they landed in the same place.<

    I could help you try figure that out if I knew where you discovered them. That information might provide some clue as to how they landed in the same place.

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    oh man, that answer was right on the tip of my tongue and gh rang in first. I'm not impressed - gh cheated by going pro.

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    Ed Pollack of Pasadena high won the California 100 (10.0) in 1923, but wasn't in the first 4 in the 200, which was won by Bob Lee of LA Franklin in 23.2.

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    Solve this puzzle, please

    I discovered a 1923 CIF gold medal for 100 yard dash and also the 1923 220 yard dash but according to the records they were won by different people. I am trying to figure out how they landed in the same place.Also, does anyone know of a sprinter from that time named Eddie Polleck from Pasadena H.S. Thanks for your input.
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