Item is-red-427 - Red Deer Bantams hockey team

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Red Deer Bantams hockey team

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RED red-2956-is-red-427

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  • [1954] (Creation)
    Foto Arts Studio (Red Deer, Alta.)

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1 photograph : b&w negative ; 10 x 13 cm

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Members of the 1954 Red Deer Bantams hockey team after they had won the Provincial Hockey Championship in Red Deer, Alberta. They defeated in the Calgary West Mount Pleasant team in two straight games. In rear row (L-R): Mr. Freddie Nielsen (coach); Jack Pardue; Dwayne Miller; Keith Anderson; Ralph McFadden; Jim Foster; Don Spady; David Davidson; and Jack Thubron. In front (L-R): Steve Nielsen; Jim Sutton; Larry Ross; Pat Martin; Jim Zedic; Ronald Slack; Don Spicer; and Bruce Pollock. The dog was the team mascot<br><br>

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