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  Glenn Berry
Glenn Berry

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Competed at Cal in 1926 and '27 and is considered Cal's first great gymnast...started the gymnastics program at UCLA and won the first two of his four Pacific Coast Conference all-around titles with the Bruins in 1924 and 1925...won two more all-around Championships with the Bears in '26 and '27...also a member of the U.S. Olympic team in 1928, competing in Amsterdam...graduated from Cal with a degree in engineering... helped Cal to PCC titles as team captain in 1926 and '27...also competed in wrestling at Cal...after his competitive career, he went into teaching and coaching in the Los Angeles area...coached several top performers including Eddie Gross, the 1932 Olympic Silver Medalist, Jack Holst, the AAU high bar champ and Randall Bryden, the world record holder in the rope climb in 1933.

Cal Bears Men's Gymnastics