Paul Henderson

[photojournalist] == Early life == Paul Samuel Henderson was born on October 10, 1899 in Springfield, Tennessee and was the youngest of four children born to Ike A. and Annie L. Henderson. At age 18 he registered for the World War I draft on September 12, 1918 while working as a bricklayer for a steel company in Gary, Indiana. In 1920 his p...
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Paul Henderson

[sailor] 1964 Enoshima 12 th Flying Dutchman Paul Franklin Henderson (17 November 1934), Toronto is a former president of the International Sailing Federation. == Sailing career == Living on Toronto Island around boats and sailing Paul learned the basics of the sport, as well as the values and importance of sport early in life. He become a ...
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Paul Henderson

Henderson is best known for leading Team Canada to victory at the 1972 Summit Series against the Soviet Union. Played during the Cold War, the series was viewed as a battle for both hockey and cultural supremacy. Henderson scored the game-winning goal in the sixth, seventh and eighth games, the last of which has become legendary in Canada and made...
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