Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 46, Folder 88, Mansfield Libary, University of Montana
Hr. President, victory or high achievement in any form of
sports is a goal many strive for but few achieve. Aa a Representative
or a Senator, it is always an honor to have one of your constituents
make such a mark. As a Montanan, I am exceedingly proud of John Misha
Petkevich of Great Palls, Montana. John ma4e a mark for himself in the
recent Olympics. He is considered to be the 1971 challenger for the
u. s. National Senior Hen' s competition and is likely to be in a good
podtion for the Olympic gold medal in Japan in 1972. Tbie young man
is considered to be the finest free stylist in skating competition.
John Petkevicb is a young Montanan with a definite set of
goals 1n mind. While high achievement aa an amateur skater is of prime
importance at the present time, be is looking to the future when he plana
a career in the medical profession. Be ia now a student at Harvard
University. He ia receiving more and more national recognition and the
December 9 issue of the Christian Science Monitor carries a feature story
which I think will be of interest to ~ colleagues.
Hr. Preddent, I ask unanimous consent that the feature entitled,
" On Invisible Skyhooks ' be printed at this point in the Congressional Record.
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