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  • Spirited Runner Dies
    Newspaper  Times - News (Thunder Bay), 12 Jul 1985     Armand Lavoie ; recovered from Neebing River ; 71 ; died of heart attack, not drowning ; former Times-News proofreader ; known for running ability ; Legion Road Race ; dead last but always finished
    Newspaper  Times - News (Thunder Bay), 12 Jul 1985   Armand Lavoie ; recovered from Neebing River ; 71 ; died of heart attack, not drowning ; former Times-News proofreader ; known for running ability ; Legion Road Race ; ...
  • Swimming's Dynamic Duo
    Newspaper  Lakehead Living, 9 Jul 1985     Michael, Andrew Foulds brothers ages 10 and 12 ; have collected over 60 gold medals in swimming championships ; Andrew recently broke Canadian record for 400 metre ; Michael is Ontario Swimming Champion, has earned 17 gold medals this year ; started swimming 6 years ago ; joined Thunder Bay ...
    Newspaper  Lakehead Living, 9 Jul 1985   Michael, Andrew Foulds brothers ages 10 and 12 ; have collected over 60 gold medals in swimming championships ; Andrew recently broke Canadian record for 400 metre ; Michael is ...
  • Second Horn Has Dual Role With TBSO
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1984     Jeff Gibson ; Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra ; plays second horn ; personnel manager ; must check on arrangement for halls, arrange setting up of chairs and music stands, lighting, acoustics ; studied music at McGill University ; finds time for other interests, playing squash, cross-country skiing ; came to ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 17 Jan 1984   Jeff Gibson ; Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra ; plays second horn ; personnel manager ; must check on arrangement for halls, arrange setting up of chairs and music stands, lighting, ...
  • Greaves Now Psyching Up
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 2 Sep 1988     Sandra Greaves ; one of world's top women judoists ; preparing for gold medal performance in Olympics in Seoul ; judo will be a demonstration sport ; will become official sport in 1992 games ; not a 'carded' athlete ; receives no funding ; has taught Judo in Ottawa ; ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 2 Sep 1988   Sandra Greaves ; one of world's top women judoists ; preparing for gold medal performance in Olympics in Seoul ; judo will be a demonstration sport ; will become official ...
  • Koivisto Among Most Versatile
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 12 Feb 1985     Weikko Koivisto ; died Friday ; versatile athlete ; Jimmy Hill ; Bill McKenzie ; Ollie Sutton ; Koivisto inducted into Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame ; Hockey, baseball, softball, football, basketball ; curler and five pin bowler ; played hockey with Current River Comets, Port Arthur Bearcats ; ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 12 Feb 1985   Weikko Koivisto ; died Friday ; versatile athlete ; Jimmy Hill ; Bill McKenzie ; Ollie Sutton ; Koivisto inducted into Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame ; Hockey, baseball, ...
  • Jack Kelly Had Own Brand Of Courage
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 6 Jul 1981     died at age 33 ; informed on wedding day that he had cancer ; wife Lois became pregnant ; goal was to see child ; labor induced as little time left ; baby named Jack Jr. ; Jack died that night ; active sportsman ; veteran stock car driver ; ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 6 Jul 1981   died at age 33 ; informed on wedding day that he had cancer ; wife Lois became pregnant ; goal was to see child ; labor induced as little time ...
  • Local Women Attend Olympic Academy
    Newspaper  Lakehead Living, 25 Jun 1985     Maureen Grace ; lecturer at Lakehead University ; Thunder Bay's representative to attend third annual session of Olympic Academy of Canada ; based upon academic and sport background ; Masters from Lakehead ; sessional lecturer ; Fitness and Leisure Education Program developer at St. Joseph's Heritage ; academic tutor to ...
    Newspaper  Lakehead Living, 25 Jun 1985   Maureen Grace ; lecturer at Lakehead University ; Thunder Bay's representative to attend third annual session of Olympic Academy of Canada ; based upon academic and sport background ; Masters ...
  • Life In Both Thunder Bays
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 19 Apr 1982     Mickey Graver ; area manager of adult services with Ministry of Community and Social Services ; two places in Ontario named Thunder Bay ; southern Thunder Bay, small summer resort on Lake Erie ; has lived in both places ; won City of Thunder Bay Veterans Singles tennis championship ; ...
    Newspaper  Chronicle-Journal, 19 Apr 1982   Mickey Graver ; area manager of adult services with Ministry of Community and Social Services ; two places in Ontario named Thunder Bay ; southern Thunder Bay, small summer resort ...
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