Elmer

Discussion in 'Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum' started by Opintel, Jun 21, 2007.

  1. was a trainer for the US Olympic team, if memory serves. What a great guy, a friend of my now-in-heaven father, and Ross B's old mentor. Correct me if this is incorrect...

    Now we have an entry in this forum!
     
  2. You are correct. And before that Elmer and his twin brother Delmer were fine sprinters at North Texas! Elmer was a very influential pioneer in the development of athletic training as a profession.
     
  3. QUOTE(oldscribe @ Jun 21 2007, 04:01 PM) [snapback]1689[/snapback]
    You are correct. And before that Elmer and his twin brother Delmer were fine sprinters at North Texas! Elmer was a very influential pioneer in the development of athletic training as a profession.



    Heard he stuck together with his brother like glue.
     
  4. QUOTE(FeistyFrog @ Jun 22 2007, 05:00 AM) [snapback]1860[/snapback]
    Heard he stuck together with his brother like glue.

    :rolleyes: What's happening in recruiting, Feisty? Anything to the Hampton gossip?
     
  5. Jon Drummond.
     
  6. Elmer Brown was born Saturday, August 25, 1883, in Southport, Indiana. Brown was 28 when he broke the 16 largest in September 1911 with the St. Louis Browns. His biographical data, year after year the statistics shock, entry into statistics, sending messages total stats (where applicable), uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items of interest are presented by Baseball Almanac Elmer baseball statistics Brown complete this page.
     

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