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A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
November 28, 1955
RECORD BREAKERS
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November 28, 1955

A Roundup Of The Week's News

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SAILING
Bolero, 73�-foot black-hulled yawl with long list of distinguished victories, was sold by John Nicholas Brown to Sven Salen, outstanding Swedish six-meter yachtsman, who plans to sail durable yacht in European waters after competing in Bermuda race.

MILEPOSTS

HONORED— Leo Diegel , two-time PGA champion (1928-29) who died in 1951; elected to Golf Hall of Fame, at Chicago.

HONORED—Ernestine (Ernie) Russell, trim 17-year-old schoolgirl, graceful gymnastic star with aspirations to be singer or dancer, AAU and Canadian champion; named Canada's top amateur woman athlete, for third straight year, at Saskatoon.

INJURED- Jacqueline Kennedy , attractive wife of Sen. Joseph P. Kennedy; fractured right ankle when she stumbled while trying to intercept pass thrown by former Harvard Captain Dick Clasby in impromptu touch football game, at Hyannis, Mass.

OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

BOXING

Toxie Hall, 10-round split decision over Ezzard Charles, heavyweights, Providence, R.I.
Bob Baker, 10-round decision over Sgt. J. P. Reed, heavyweights, Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Bobby Gordon, 4-round TKO over Moses Ward, middleweights, Canton, Ohio.
Bobby Courchesne, 10-round decision over Miguel Berrios, featherweights, New York.

CROSS COUNTRY

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