George Trafton Enshrinement speech

George Trafton Enshrinement Speech 1964

George Trafton

…then may we say at life's close; I have fought the good fights. I have finished my course. I have kept the fates. Today, I am the luckiest man in the world. I have reached the climax of my entire career. The panorama of God's gifts has unfolded before me, and this is the final reward of my athletic life. I accept this honor with humbleness and pride. Thank God for the thoughtful people who have made this honor possible, who let a small light of happiness into each of our fading lives. Thank you.



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