ANTARCTICA. Norman Vaughan, 88, exhausted as he climbs towards summit on first ascent of Mount Vaughan, a 10,302-foot mountain near the South Pole that was named for him by Richard Byrd in honor of his participation in Byrd's 1929 expedition to fly over the Pole. He summit two days before his 89th birthday. Carolyn Muegge-Vaughan background. Trans-Antarctic Mountains.
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