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CEILING UNLIMITED
Dean Brelis
February 09, 1959
Don Bragg, a handsome, extraordinarily muscular private from Fort Dix, broke through his personal ceiling in the pole vault and set a new Millrose Games record when he cleared 15 feet 6� inches. Bragg would like to play Tarzan in the movies, but only after he sets a new pole vault world record. "Last year they said I was a fat slob," he said, explaining his new, trim condition. They? "The critics," said PFC Bragg, looking ahead to his movie career, no doubt.
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February 09, 1959

Ceiling Unlimited

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Don Bragg, a handsome, extraordinarily muscular private from Fort Dix, broke through his personal ceiling in the pole vault and set a new Millrose Games record when he cleared 15 feet 6� inches. Bragg would like to play Tarzan in the movies, but only after he sets a new pole vault world record. "Last year they said I was a fat slob," he said, explaining his new, trim condition. They? "The critics," said PFC Bragg, looking ahead to his movie career, no doubt.

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