82 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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HEART Doctor inserts catheter-thin, hollow, flexible tube up vein in arm and into heart, giving readings of blood pressure. Catheter's progress is followed on fluoroscope (top left) -- in the dark, of course.
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Lionel CONACHER Football Conacher Relaxes After Four-Touchdown Effort He led Mustangs to 34-7 win at Varsity Stadium. Dirty but happy after long run for TD, the "Junior Train" wipes hands with towel.
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HAGGIS [Fair fa' your honest, sansie face. Great Chieftain o' the puddi' race! Aboon them o' ye tak your place. Painch, tripe, or thairm: Weel are ye wordy of a grace As Lang's my arm.] Haggis and A' That--Lt.-Col. John A. D. Craig, president of the St. Andrew's Society of Toronto, cuts open haggis borne into 123rd anniversary dinner to the skirl of bagpipes last night. He proposed toast to The Day an' a' Wha Honor It, with response by Sir Ernest Campbell MacMillan. At top is opening verse of traditional Address to A Haggis.
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FOOTBALL (LF) 1959 Here's how Varsity's offensive team will look against Western tonight
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