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December 18, 1961
Earl Lunsford, 200-pound Calgary (Alta.) fullback, became the first player in Canadian pro football to carry the ball for more than a mile in a single season, with a total of 1,794 yards. This broke the mark set in...
April 24, 1967
Ron Wigham, a swimmer from Calgary, Alta. who already held six Canadian records for boys 10 and under, set four more marks at a dual meet in Calgary. Two weeks later Wig-ham increased his total to 11 when he won the...
July 13, 1970 | Eric Whitehead
In April 1912 a tall, dark stranger from Cheyenne, Wyo. stepped off a Canadian Pacific Railway train in Calgary, adjusted his black stetson and black silk kerchief, ambled up Stevens Avenue and checked into a...
July 13, 1970
The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth is the billing Calgarians give their annual Stampede, and devotees of the Old West, at least, agree it is a reasonable claim. For 10 days each summer—this year, July 9-18—the whole...
December 06, 1971 | Anita Verschoth
A back-country skier is brave, reverent, loyal, sturdy, agile, adventuresome—and definitely a bit daring. It also helps if he is an expert: one does not snowplow through deep powder. As Canada's Nancy Greene, 1968...