Stoller

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Sam Stoller - Posthumous Honors and Medal From Olympic Committee
... Stoller died in May 29, 1985, at age 69 ... Douglas MacArthur medals to Stoller (posthumously) and Glickman ... for this but recognizing two great individuals." In 2007, Stoller was posthumously awarded the "Pillar of Achievement" award by the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame ...
Sam Stoller
... Sam Stoller (August 8, 1915 – May 29, 1985) was an American sprinter and long jumper who tied the world record in the 60-yard dash in 1936 ... Stoller vowed at the time that he would never run again, but he returned in 1937 to win both the Big Ten Conference and NCAA championships in the 100-yard dash ... After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1937, Stoller briefly went into a singing and acting career as "Singin' Sammy Stoller." ...
Sam Stoller - Champion Sprinter - Big Ten and NCAA Championships in 1937
... After vowing in 1936 never to run again, Stoller recanted and chose to compete in the 1937 track season ... Newspapers predicted that, with Jesse Owens turning professional, Stoller would find his place in the limelight ... An Associated Press story in February 1937 noted "Fleet Sammy Stoller has discarded that second fiddle ...
Sam Stoller - Champion Sprinter - Accomplishments Prior To 1936 Olympics
... Stoller worked his way through the University of Michigan by washing dishes and sweeping floors at a fraternity house ... During the 1936 track season, Stoller proved himself to be one of America's top sprinters and long jumpers ... At the Big Ten championship in March 1936, Stoller tied the world indoor record in the 60-yard dash with a time of 6.1 seconds ...
Sam Stoller - Champion Sprinter - 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin - Controversy Surrounding The Decision
... Glickman immediately went public with a charge that the decision to pull him and Stoller was the product of "politics." After the heats failed to reveal Germany's ... alarm on the basis of today's trials." Stoller, who turned 21 on the day of the event, did not appear at the stadium, leading Glickman to say "A fine present for ... decision and Glickman's public comments led to a decades-long controversy over whether Stoller and Glickman were pulled to avoid embarrassing the German hosts of the Olympics ...