David Scott Cowper

David Scott Cowper is a British yachtsman, and was the first man to sail solo round the world in both directions and was also the first to successfully sail around the world via the Northwest Passage single-handed.

Read more about David Scott Cowper:  Biography, 2009-2010, 2011, 2012, Photos, Sources

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... Grace Kelly as Sara Mappin, Richard McMurray as David Barr Other players Cecil Scott and Nell Harrison —————by Virginia Douglas Dawson adapted by Worthington Miner and Matthew E ... Ferenc Molnár host Marc Connelly directed by David Pressman Comedy Theater (CBS) July 9 "Summer Had Better Be Good" season 1 episode 1 Grace Kelly —————by Ruth ... Wells, Grace Kelly directed by David Lowell Rich The Clock (NBC) October 20 "Vengeance" season 2 episode 4 Torin Thatcher, Grace Kelly —————adapted from novella by ...
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... Rocco Sebastiano 9,248 22.4 -5.0 New Democratic Cathy Mele 6,350 15.4 -4.4 Libertarian David Kenny 683 1.7 +1.1 Total valid votes 41,243 Canadian federal election ... Walker 41,553 46.4 -3.7 New Democratic Val Scott 32,352 36.1 +1.7 Progressive Conservative Fred C ... Walker 41,485 50.1 +12.0 New Democratic Val Scott 28,505 34.4 +0.1 Progressive Conservative Bill Durovic 12,807 15.5 -11.2 Total valid votes 82,797 Canadian federal election, 1962 Party ...

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