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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
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Steve Prefontaine and the story of the Stop Pre t-shirt, the 1972 US Olympic track and field team time trials, July 9, 1972, Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon
Steve Prefontaine and the story of the Stop Pre t-shirt, the 1972 US Olympic track and field team time trials, July 9, 1972, Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon
Steve Prefontaine and the story of the Stop Pre t-shirt, the 1972 US Olympic track and field team time trials, July 9, 1972, Hayward Field, Eugene, Oregon. The story of the famous Stop Pre t-shirt was recounted in a column by Sports Editor Blaine Newnham in the July 10, 1972, issue of the Eugene Register-Guard: ---------- Saturday it was Brian Oldfield, the colorfully competent shot putter, who added that something extra. Sunday it was a bunch of guys wearing "Stop Pre" T-shirts. "The idea was hatched during the decathlon," said Bob Hersh, a New York City attorney. "It was all in fun . . . nothing against Pre. It was just our answer to the "Go Pre" shirts and the partisan crowd here. "The shirts were made up using a silk screen process in the basement of a Eugene resident who must remain nameless." The Eugene resident was Tom Gillespie, who turned out 26 of the "Stop Pre" shirts, one of which was worn by Gerry Lindgren while he was warming up for the 5,000 meter final. (top left corner photo] "We're Pre fans," said Tom's brother, John. "In fact, my brother wouldn't wear one during the race because he's such a fan. We go to all the dual meets and everything." Most of the people wearing them were the workers from Track & Field News. [top photo 2nd from left] The magazines' managing editor, Dick Drake, apparently originated the idea. "It was our intention," continued John Gillespie, "to make some T-shirts with the words 'New York Jerk' on them. We were going to have a steeplechase pit and a tape measure on the front. [ed. I guess you had to be there] "But we were persuaded by Dick Drake and Bob Hersh to make the "Stop Pre" shirts instead. It was just for fun." It wasn't too funny during the race when the locals discovered the group in the press box wearing the inflamatory shirts. In Pre country, that type of action can get a man in trouble. The Go's conquered the Stop's on the track and then all was well when Prefontaine accepted one of the shirts from John Gillespie after the race. [top photo 3rd from left, Pre takes victory lap top photo 4th and 5th from left] "I can have this?" asked Pre. "Do you want it?" replied Gillespie. "For sure," said Pre. They may have a better chance of Stopping Pre in a Eugene basement than they will in Munich. ---------- The rest of the photos show Pre mixing with the fans, and hoards of kids--Pre was like the Pied Piper to young kids. In the bottom right photo Pre appears to be talking to his older sister, Neta. Photo credits: Top left of Gerry Lindgren: Wayne Eastburn, Register Guard; top 2nd from left: unk; top 3rd from left: Don Chadez; top 4th from left: AP Wirephoto; top 5th from left: unk; top right: possibly Bob Kasper; middle left: Bob Kasper; middle 2nd from left: Joe Fulton; large center photo: Don Chadez; remaining photos: unknown. Please let me know if you can ID the unknown photos.
SPORTS!
SPORTS!
I'm not the kinda gal to have a jersey for each local team, let alone all the non-local teams Rob is obsessed with. So I got one universal t-shirt to cover it all. Sports! Woohoo! I'm wearing my SPORTS! tee today to support the Phillies. Hey, if it means I can wear jeans to work, I'm all for it!

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