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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: SEPTEMBER 3, 1972 -- TORONTO -- EXPERT EATS HIS WORDS -- With absolutely no appetite whatever, Globe and Mail sports columnist Dick Beddoes is eating his words, which expressed his addled belief that Team Canada would beat the Russian National Hockey team in all the eight games of the Canada-Russia Summit Series. Pravda correspondent, Konstantin Gueivandov shred the Canadian journalist's column into a bowl of borscht, to the delight of Russian players (from left) Vladimir Vikulov, Alexander Gusev and Alexander Sidelnikov at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Toronto on Sept. 3, 1972. Team Canada lost the first game of the series, 7-3, in Montreal on Sept. 2, 1972. Photo by Tibor Kolley / The Globe and Mail. Originally published Sept. 4, 1972, page S1 The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: SEPTEMBER 3, 1972 -- TORONTO -- EXPERT EATS HIS WORDS -- With absolutely no appetite whatever, Globe and Mail sports columnist Dick Beddoes is eating his words, which expressed his addled belief that Team Canada would beat the Russian National Hockey team in all the eight games of the Canada-Russia Summit Series. Pravda correspondent, Konstantin Gueivandov shred the Canadian journalist's column into a bowl of borscht, to the delight of Russian players (from left) Vladimir Vikulov, Alexander Gusev and Alexander Sidelnikov at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Toronto on Sept. 3, 1972. Team Canada lost the first game of the series, 7-3, in Montreal on Sept. 2, 1972. Photo by Tibor Kolley / The Globe and Mail. Originally published Sept. 4, 1972, page S11972,Tibor Kolley transparent
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SEPTEMBER 3, 1972 -- TORONTO -- EXPERT EATS HIS WORDS -- With absolutely no appetite whatever, Globe and Mail sports columnist Dick Beddoes is eating his words, which expressed his addled belief that Team Canada would beat the Russian National Hockey team in all the eight games of the Canada-Russia Summit Series. Pravda correspondent, Konstantin Gueivandov shred the Canadian journalist's column into a bowl of borscht, to the delight of Russian players (from left) Vladimir Vikulov, Alexander Gusev and Alexander Sidelnikov at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Toronto on Sept. 3, 1972. Team Canada lost the first game of the series, 7-3, in Montreal on Sept. 2, 1972. Photo by Tibor Kolley / The Globe and Mail. Originally published Sept. 4, 1972, page S1
Tibor Kolley / The Globe and Mail
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