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Obverse side of 1901 medal

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The Monday May 20, 1901 edition of the Indiana Daily Student shows that 2nd place for discus went to Eggeman of Notre Dame in the Triangular Meet between IU, Notre Dame and Purdue. Notre Dame won the meet. For an image of the reverse side of this medal see image P0025353, and for a close up of the the obverse side of just the lower portion of the medal see image P0025354. This side of the top bar reads, in full: "Second Prize". The reverse side of the top bar reads, in full: "The W. J. Feeley Co. | Chicago". This side of the medal reads, in full: "Indiana Tri-Collegiate Association" The reverse side of the medal reads, in full: "Discus Throw | Indiana | University | May 18, 1901" The medal-style box in which this medal was found was a box for the company "D & C | Dieges & Clust | Gold & Silversmiths | New York Boston | Pittsburgh Chicago | Manufacturing Specialty Jewelers"

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1901 May

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Dieges & Clust Gold & Silversmiths (New York, Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh)

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W. J. Feeley Co. (Chicago)

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Notre Dame

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Purdue University


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