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Edmonton Eskimos vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers

  • Tough Going Ahead - Eskimos' regular defensive safety Oscar Kruger, who saw action on the offensive half line for the first thime this season at Winnipeg last night along with four other homebrew backs, found the Bombers a sharp-tackling lot on this punt runback midway through the third quarter. 'Peg's Garland Warren is latched on to Oscar while Cornel Piper moves in for the kill. Esks in the background are halfbacks Jo-Bob Smith and Leigh McMillan, also members of the suicide squad. Mainly using an all-Canadian backfield, Esks lost 43-13 (newspaper clipping).
  • Photo from Scrapbook 2.

Edmonton Eskimo Football Club

  • Front Row (l to r): Dan Edwards (Assistant Coach), Johnny Bright, Gino Fracas (Co-Captain), Gordon Wynn (President), Eagle Keys (Head Coach), Joe Ryan (General Manager), Jackie Parker (Co-Captain), Pat Dye, Bob Kellogg (Assistant Coach).
  • Second Row (l to r): 'Chuck' Quilter, Jim Letcavits, Ted Tully, Don Barry, Howie Schumm, Jim Shipka, Vic Chapman, Joe-Bob Smith, Oscar Kruger, Nat Dye, Dunc Harvey.
  • Third Row (l to r): Al Henderson (Assistant Trainer), Roy Stevenson, Mike Volcan, Mike Lashuk, Don Getty, Rollie Miles, Mike Kmech, Al Ecuyer, Larry Fleisher, Ed Gray, Dick Buday (Trainer).
  • Fourth Row (l to r): Stan Moher (Publicist), Ronnie Quillen, Roy Cameron, Bill Smith, Don Duncalfe, Don Stephenson, Bobby Walden, Toby Deese, Bill Hill, Roger Nelson, Jack Lamb, Art Walker, Ted Allard (Equipment Head).
  • Absent: Dr. M.A. Emery (Team Doctor).
  • Photo from Scrapbook 3.

Edmonton Eskimos vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers

  • Eskimos Can't Stand Prosperity - Igloo-Dwellers Squander Healthy Lead, Lose 40-24 (newspaper headlines).
  • Winnipeg #28 Theisson, Winnipeg #11 Ploen, Edmonton #73 McKee, Edmonton #22 Wilson, Edmonton #53 Ecuyer, Winnipeg #24 Ulmer.
  • Photo from Scrapbook 5.
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