men’s track & field, football
Active from 1947-1951 • Inducted in 1978
White was a Northwest Conference champion four times in the 220 and three times in the 100-yard dash. He set the sprint records that stood for three decades at Lewis & Clark and was Oregon’s fastest collegiate sprinter during his four years. He anchored two Northwest Conference championship track & field teams and also played halfback on the football team for two years. (Charter member of Hall of Fame)
White is living in SW Portland, Ore. in the same house he and his wife have resided for 46 years. He is a retired biology teacher after 36 years in the classroom, and he and his wife have a son and daughter with six grandchildren. He spends his time enjoying golf, beachcombing, traveling, and water aerobics class, and has stayed involved with L&C by attending football and basketball games, working at track meets, and marshalling at the annual PAC Golf Tournament.
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