M Going for Gold

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Olympics Fact of the Week
First Wolverine Medal in the Pool -- Henry Jamison "Jam" Handy became the first Olympian with U-M ties to win a medal in the pool at an Olympics, capturing bronze in the 440-yard breaststroke at the 1904 St. Louis Games.

Michigan's First Gold Medals -- Archie Hahn (60-, 100- and 200-meter events), Charles Dvorak (pole vault), Ralph Rose (shot put) and Fred Schule (110-meter hurdles) were the first Olympians with U-M ties to capture gold when they proved they were the leaders and best at the 1904 St. Louis Games.

Michigan's First Olympics -- With no organized United States team in 1900, U-M professor Albert Pattengill led a fundraising effort to send some of the University's best to Paris. Four Wolverines made the trip to "The City of Lights" and brought home three medals.
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