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Defense Secretary Harold Brown confers with Sen. John Warner over the SALT II Treaty
Defense Secretary Harold Brown (right) confers with Sen. John Warner, R-Va, as the former arrives to testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee on December 13, 1979 in Washington. Warner is a member of the committee. Brown urged the panel to vote for the SALT II Treaty. (UPI Photo/Frank Cancellare/Files)
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Harold "Hal" Brown (born 1917) is a Canadian athlete who competed 1938 British Empire Games.

At the 1938 Empire Games he won the gold medal in the long jump event. He also finished fourth in the javelin throw competition and fifth in the triple jump contest.

 1930: Len Hutton (CAN) •  1934: Sam Richardson (CAN) •  1938: Harold Brown (CAN) •  1950: Neville Price (SAF) •  1954: Ken Wilmshurst (ENG) •  1958: Paul Foreman (JAM) •  1962: Mike Ahey (GHA) •  1966 – 1970: Lynn Davies (WAL) •  1974: Alan Lerwill (ENG) •  1978: Roy Mitchell (ENG) •  1982 – 1986: Gary Honey (AUS) •  1990: Yusuf Alli (NGR) •  1994: Obinna Eregbu (NGR) •  1998: Peter Burge (AUS) •  2002: Nathan Morgan (ENG) •  2006: Ignisious Gaisah (GHA)

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