Thomas E. Green

Thomas E. Green transferred from the Case School of Applied Science to Western Reserve University Law School in 1905. He graduated from Law School in 1908. He was known as a fast broken-field runner (as half – black). He was also an outstanding track man and helped Case beat Reserve in a 1903 track meet. Mr.. Green also won two first places and scored 5 points at the state conference meet. This was the largest individual point total of any participant. He was declared the best inter-collegiate athlete in the state and was the subject of an editorial in the Sunday Leader newspaper. In 1905, he was an All-Ohio choice in football.

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