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July 07, 1958
Marilyn Bell, 20, freckled and pretty Canadian who proved her endurance by being first to swim Lake Ontario, later conquered English Channel, received her award, was named to Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
August 27, 1956
Don Wilson, 24-year-old Rollins College graduate who has driven unlimited hydroplanes for only a year, piloted George Simon's U.S. II to easy victory in Detroit's Silver Cup regatta, averaging 83.160 mph in final...
August 20, 1956
Plummeting over Moscow's Tushino Airfield, Soviet parachutist falls free of airplane in third annual world championship, won by Czechoslovakia. Young United States team finished sixth.
December 05, 1955
GREY CUP GAIETIES