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September 07, 1959
MME. Jacqueline Auriol, daughter-in-law of ex-president of the French Republic, Vincent Auriol, and women's world airspeed record holder, flew French jet at twice the speed of sound, about 1,350 mph.
August 17, 1959
BOATING—DICK TILLMAN, Air Force lieutenant from Atlanta, upset front runners by piling up 6,613 points to take National Snipe championship; LESLIE LARSON, 15, from Jamestown, N.Y., sailed off with junior title; Fort...
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November 24, 1958
By now you must know that all baseball is divided into three major leagues: the National, the American and the one that was born in the upper room of Toots Shor's establishment one gray afternoon last week. Actually,...
November 17, 1958
Donald Campbell, who has four times raised world water-speed record, did it again on England's Lake Coniston, drove jet-propelled Bluebird over two runs at average of 248.62 mph.