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OLD HEADLINES


INK POT TROPHIE GOES MISSING click to zoom in
2010: Last known whereabouts of this rare artifact was at an Earl Haig Reunion. Anyone with information, call Carl. All tips held in confidence.

JOLLY MILLER GETS FACELIFT click to zoom in
1967

FATS AT MAPLE LEAF GARDENS click to zoom in
1957

WORLD RECORD FOR 100-YD DASHED click to zoom in
1956: Earl Haig Track & Field event saw world records beaten badly.

HAIGER ALL-STARS FIRST GIG click to zoom in
1955: The Haiger All-Stars - L-R: Alan Cooper (clarinet), Wes Kerton (trumpet), Bob Craig (tenor sax), Don Logan (string bass), Don Brown (tuba), Rick Lewis (drums), Don Clark (trombone), Bruce Manning (banjo), Russ Strathdee (alto sax)

HURRICANE HAZEL click to zoom in
1954: York Mills Swimming Pool, Yonge St., east side, south of Mill St.; looking southeast showing aftermath of Hurricane Hazel

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN click to zoom in
1953

NEW HIGHSCHOOL IN WILLOWDALE click to zoom in
1930: North York students to have fine quarters after return from holidays