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Sports and Recreation

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Alexander, John F. (1942–) Baker, Mary (1918– 2003) Baseball Bentley Brothers: Douglas (1916– 72), Maxwell (1920–84) Boldt, Arnold (1957–) Catherwood, Ethel (1908–87) Clarke, Bill (1932-2000) Cleveland, Reggie (1948–) Competitive Games Curling Currie, Gordon (1923–) Dewar, Phyllis (1916–61) Dojack, Paul (1914–2007) Donison Brothers: Lee (1928-), Danny (1932-), Sebastian “Butch” (1937-) Duwors, Maureen (1938–) Figure Skating Folk, Rick (1950–) Football Francis, Emile (1926–) Genereux, George (1935–89) Gerein, Clayton (1964–) Gillies, Clark (1954–) Golf Goulet, Joanne (1935–) Hall, Glenn (1931–) Hockey Howe, Gordie (1928–) Hunter, William Dickenson (1920– 2002) Irvin, James Dickinson, Jr. (Dick) (1932–) James, Gerry (1934–) Jerome, Harry (1940–82) Jewitt-Filteau, Nancy (1962–) Jones Konihowski, Diane (1951–) Lancaster, Ron (1938–2008) Lawson, Patricia (1929–) Le May Doan, Catriona (1970–) Mitchell, Marjorie (1948–83) Moore, Kenneth Strath (1910-1982) Mueller, Margaret (1942–) Murray, Athol (1892–1975) Puhl, Terry (1956–) Reed, George (1939–) Regina Dales Richardson, Ernie (1931–) Ritchie, Alvin Horace (1890–1966) Roney, Keith (1948–) Saskatchewan Roughriders Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Schmirler, Sandra (1963–2000) Schwann, Paul (1933–74) Shore, Edward William (1902–85) Singer, Stacy (1977–) Soccer Sports and Recreation in Saskatchewan - History Swimming Tennis Track and Field Trottier, Bryan (1956–) University Sports Walton, Dorothy (1909–81) Wickenheiser, Hayley (1978–) Williams, Lynn (1960–) Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA)
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