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Because it was so close to houses, the Harriers used their 30 mm ADEN cannons rather than general-purpose bombs. They succeeded in damaging the ship’s bridge and engine room, and also setting fire to a paint store and workshop ashore.

This team won four playoff rounds to take the Sutherland Cup, posting a 16-1 won-lost record in the process. It eliminated St. Thomas Barons, Chatham Maroons, St. Marys Lincolns and Markham Waxers. Don Gordon, who later went on to play with Chicago in the WHA, led the way with 50 regular season goals and 17 more in the playoffs.

IJsselham. IJsselham is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Overijssel. It is located in the municipality of Steenwijkerland, about 12 km west of Steenwijk, and 2 km southwest of Oldemarkt. IJsselham lent its name to a former municipality, created in the merger of Blankenham, Kuinre, and Oldemarkt.

The present structure dates from the 1930s, and replaced an earlier building that was destroyed by fire. A National School was completed and opened next to the parish church in 1855. In 1925 it was reorganised as a junior school, with older pupils being schooled in Dorchester.

A summary catalogue of the museum was prepared by Mr A. Rost (for a short handbook to the Institute, by Prof Arthur Macdonell, 1922, but never published). The building was financed entirely by private donors in India and Britain, for the sole purpose of constructing an edifice to house study for and on the Indian sub-continent.

Keating of the New York Court of Appeals, published in The Judges of the New York Court of Appeals, a Biographical History, edited by Albert M. Rosenthal. Judge Korman has received numerous awards, some of which include: