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Name Dawson, Bob

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Image of 1980.41.3 - Booklet

1980.41.3 - Booklet

Booklet, "He Shoots! He Scores!, History of Hockey in Guelph" by Harold A. Cole. Paper cover, the front cover is orange with black printed text and b/w pictures. Book covers the playing of hockey in Guelph from the late 1870s to 1970. Many b/w pictures of hockey personnel and teams. In addition, there are numerous advertisements of local businesses. Illustrations: Photographs, Printed, B/W No. of pages: 16

Image of 2012.30.24 - Photograph

2012.30.24 - Photograph

Black and white photos of members of the "Guelph Biltmore Junior "A" Hockey Club O.H.A Champions 1949-1950" in square patterns on a white matte. Players around the outer edge in a square, and managers around the center in a square surrounding the title block. Image of a trophy in the center of the title block. Photos framed with a black and gold square frame, paper backed frame, wire attached accros the back for hanging. The photo studio marked the title block in the bottom right corner "McKenzie Guelph." Players names are printed under their pictures, starting from the top left and working around the square to the right: Ron Plumb (forward), Herb Dickenson (forward), Don Bellringer (for

Image of 2001.10.36 - Photograph

2001.10.36 - Photograph

Large White mat with 29 small mounted photos of the players and staff of the Biltmores 1949-1950 team. Below each photo is the their name and position. At the bottom of the matt is the title of the photo grouping. "Guelph Biltmore Jr. "A". Hockey Club O.H.A. Champions 1949-1950." Under each photograph is printed player's name & position on team: Top Row to Bottom Row (L to R): "Ron Plumb F.; Herb Dickenson F.; Don Bellringer F.; Aldo Guidolin F.; Don Oberholtzer F.; Eddie Kulik F.; Frank Bathgate F.; Roy Mason, Club Manager; Dayton Marsh, Vice Pres.; Evan D. Brill, President; George Lasby, Business Mgr.; John Ashley, D.; Gerry Theberge F.; Norm McMillan, Treas.; Alfred Pike, Coach; Arnold