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Bit of trivia: 

Please circulate this to our classmates.

 

One of my favorite trivia questions for Pampans is “What event did Randy Matson earn his Track letter in?”

People always say the Shot Put and when learning that is wrong, they say the discus.  Also wrong.

A little background. To earn a letter in track you had to make the finals in an event or earn I think 6 points over the season in relays. In the first track meet of the 63 season, Randy qualified (as he often did) for the finals in the 100 yd dash and that race was before the finals in the shot or the discus, so Randy Matson earned his track letter his senior year of high school in the 100 yd dash. People forget that as big and strong as he was, he was also incredibly fast.  He ran the 100 in I think about 9.7 or 9.6.

And he was just a great human being.  My senior year I was competing in the Amarillo Relays at Dick Bivens Stadium and made the finals in the high hurdles.  A&M Track Team was there for some reason also.  As I crossed the finish line, Randy was there in my lane to congratulate me.  And he did that for every race where a Pampa High student was in the finals.

One more great Randy Matson story.  When he came back from the 64 Olympics with I think the silver medal (Perry O'Brien of the USA won gold), he said he was embarrassed, not for not winning but because the Russian woman shot put champion could bench press more than he could. He said that would never happen again. Then he won gold in 68 in Japan.

from Randy Johnston, class of 1965 

I only remember being at his wedding and his wife being soooo much shorter than him! 
Thanks to Janet Akst Martin for forwarding this trivia bit! 


 

Hey,

PHS Class of 1969,

save the date

Our 50th class reunion is scheduled for

June 28-30, 2019

 

Be sure to update your profile with your address and email address

 

You can also email info to:

sherry.seabourn@gmail.com

You won’t want to miss this one!


 


 A group of High School classmates gather to discuss where they should meet for their 20th reunion. Finally it is agreed that they should meet at the Flyway Restaurant because the waitresses there have low cut blouses and the waiters are swelt and handsome. 

10 years later, for their 30th reunion, the classmates gather and once again they discuss where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Flyway Restaurant because the food there is very good and the wine selection is good also. 

10 years later for their 40th reunion the group gathers and once again they discuss where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Flyway Restaurant because they can eat there in peace and quiet and the restaurant is smoke free. 

10 years later, for their 50th reunion the group gathers again and once again they discuss where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Flyway Restaurant because the restaurant is wheel chair accessible and they even have an elevator. 

10 years later, for their 60th reunion the group gathers again and once again they discuss where they should meet. Finally it is agreed upon that they should meet at the Flyway Restaurant because they have never been there before. 
 


 

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