As we turn the corner onto the homestretch from last week, two other noteworthy changes also have taken place in statewide track and field events recently. The first is a change in the javelin event. For safety reasons
Bill’s challenger was very pleased with how things had gone that fine summer day in 1973 — everything had gone according to plan. He was supremely confident that no one, not even Bill, could top the numbers he had etched inside his hard hat at the end of his six hours of work he had labored this day. After all, he had fell and bucked 13 huge Sitka spruce trees with a total of 113,000 board feet, according to his figures.