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Margaret Edwards, pretty English miss with formful backstroke, got into record-breaking swim in winning meet with Germans at Cardiff, wind-milling 100 meters and 110 yards in 1:12.4 to break two world marks.
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Swinging down the lane, Chris Chataway (left), Roger Bannister and Peter Driver leave Buckingham Palace with message from Queen officially opening British Empire Games in Cardiff, Wales.
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