Women in white march in a Memorial Day procession at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. They may belong to the Gold Star Mothers, American War Mothers, or one of several women’s auxiliaries centered on military service.
Glenn "Tiny" Hartranft was a well-known college track star for Stanford University, and from 1925 to 1928 held the world record distance in the discus throw. He participated in multiple track and field meets, primarily from 1922 to 1927.
Lillian Copeland was an American athlete, who excelled in weight throwing. She has been called "the most successful female discus thrower in U.S. history," and held multiple titles in shot put and javelin throwing as well. In the 1928 Olympics she won the silver medal for the discus throw and in 1932 she won the gold medal in this event.
John Powers made the U.S.A. Olympic Trials in 1924 at 400 meters, was the Occidental College record holder in the 440 and was a member of the 1924 Championship Mile Relay at the Penn Relays. He graduated from Occidental College in 1924.