Sport: At Toronto

Of the 180 entrants in the annual 15-mile swimming race in Lake Ontario last week, one was lame, one was blind, two were one-eyed. The temperature of the water was 58° close to shore but it grew colder as the contestants got past the breakwater into the body of the lake. In the first hour, 40 swimmers, most of them overcome by "toe cold," were hauled out and taken to an emergency hospital. Of the three who finished, George Young, a burly young man from Toronto who four years ago won the 26-mile Catalina...

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