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Frank Ivy and Ken Montgomery

  • Edmonton Journal, July 10, 1954: Despite a real cool reception by the weatherman, Eskimo grid coach Frank Ivy, left, and club president Ken Montgomery were able to smile bravely for the people at the football rally in Renfrew Park last night. Montgomery greeted Ivy like a long lost friend when the tall Oklahoman, who was introduced to the crowd by the club president, bounded onto the platform at home plate.
  • Photo from Scrapbook 1.

Happy Winning Day

  • The Dominion champions Edmonton Eskimos opened the WIFU schedule with a 15-3 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Eskimo President Moe Lieberman offers head coach Frank Ivy a congratulatory handshake just before the final gun as assistant coach Ray Prochaska, left, gets ready to walk off the field. (Edmonton Journal).
  • Photo from Scrapbook 1.

Believe It Or Not

  • Head Coach Sam Lyle joshed a bit at the airport last night with his two 'guest' coaches for the fast-approaching Eskimo camp but still had trouble convincing them they were this far north. Lew Woodruff of Georgia Tech., to Lyle's left, and Jay O'Neal fromHead Coach Sam Lyle joshed a bit at the airport last night with his two 'guest' coaches for the fast-approaching Eskimo camp but still had trouble convincing them they were this far north. Lew Woodruff of Georgia Tech., to Lyle's left, and Jay O'Neal from Oklahoma had just completed day-long flights from Altanta, Ga. and Oklahoma City and will just have time to get settled before starting to line up the work schedule with Lyle for the camp opening at Clarke Stadium (newspaper clipping).
  • Photo from Scrapbook 2.
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