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A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
September 26, 1955
RECORD BREAKERS
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September 26, 1955

A Roundup Of The Week's News

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MARRIED—Rex Richard Dyer, Philadelphia salesman, men's national saber fencing champion; and pretty Louise Knab, No. 2-ranked woman fencer; in New York.

DIED—Tom Friedmann, 28, prominent Milwaukee sportsman, sports car racer; of severe body burns and injuries suffered when Maserati overturned during trial run at Road America, Elkhart Lake, Wis. Sept. 9; at Milwaukee.

DIED— Capt. Jim Sutherland , 84, onetime traveling shoe salesman, hockey player, manager, coach and league official, founder of Canadian Hockey Hall of Fame; at Kingston, Ont.

OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING

Tim Flock, Atlanta, NASCAR 250-m. late model stock car race, with 77.8 mph avg. speed (record), Langhorne, Pa.
Jack McGrath, S. Pasadena, AAA 200-m. stock car race, with 81.39 mph avg. speed, Milwaukee.

( Watkins Glen Class winners, Watkins Glen, N.Y.)

(Grand Prix)

Charles Moran, Rye, N.Y., Class B modified, in Cunningham C4R.
Sherwood Johnston, Greenwich, Conn., Class C modified, in D Jaguar.
Bill Spear, Southport, Conn., Class D modified, in Maserati.

( Seneca Cup)
Dr. M. R. J. Wyllie, Allison Park, Pa., Class C modified, in C Jaguar.
Dan Boylan, Canton, Mass., Class D modified, in Mercedes 300.
Bill Wonder, Flushing, N.Y., Class E modified, in Frazer-Nash.
John Plaisted, Lynnfield Center, Mass., Unrestricted, in Cheetah.

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