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October 13, 1969
Richard Wallingford, a West Forks, Me. lumberman, guided his draft-horse team, Buster and Sam, as they pulled 12,400 pounds 55 inches in one continuous draw to win the international horse pull at the Cumberland Fair,...
April 22, 1968
Karen Thomas, 4, of Aberavon, South Wales, became the youngest holder of a bronze medal for survival swimming in England when, among other tests, she swam 50 yards wearing pajamas, then undressed in the water and...
August 24, 1964
Liz Allan, 13, a versatile water skier from Winter Park, Fla. with medals in jumping, trick and slalom events, became the third woman in history to jump 100 feet in competition when she set a record in the girl's...
August 28, 1961
Leo Hart, 12, Kinston (N.C.) Little League pitcher, hurled five straight no-hitters to lead team into state finals, then saw first bitter in championship game break streak by singling (Kinston eventually won, 6-5),...