215 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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BUFFALO city (N.Y.) Three drivers of Drake Cab Co. discuss murder of fellow driver who had his heart torn out and another driver similarly murdered.
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TIGERS VIEW OF A BENGAL TIGER AT METRO [ZOO] CALLED MOOSE, THE WHITE ONE, A FEMALE IS CALLED KIVALI. MOOSE WAS BORN, 1981 AND KIVALI, 1982. STATUS: ENDANGERED.
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Michael JORDAN Basketball Bet he liked the shot : Basketball star Michael Jordan shows MVP form yesterday art the Chrysler Celebrity Classic in Brampton, Ont. Jordan was hugely popular with throngs of fans at the golf tournament and obliged them with autographs. Half a dozen Peel Regional Police officers protected him at all times.
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HOCKEY - OLDTIMERS A HAPPY GROUP OF FORMER NHL PLAYERS GATHERED IN TORONTO YESTERDAY TO CELEBRATE THE NEWS THAT THE PENSIONS THEY HAD BEEN FIGHTING FOR HAVE BEEN REALIZED. FROM LEFT ARE EDDIE SHACK, KEITH McCREARY, ANDY BATHGATE, LEO REISE AND ALLAN STANLEY.
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SPECIAL OLYMPICS STAR ATHLETES AND SPECIAL OLYMPIC ATHLETES TOOK TO THE ICE AT TORONTO'S NATHAN PHILLIPS SQUARE YESTERDAY AS PART OF THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS ANNUAL SPORTS CELEBRITIES FESTIVAL. RAGHIB (ROCKET) ISMAIL MET THE ORIGINAL ROCKET, MAURICE RICHARD, WHO KNOWS A LITTLE ABOUT SKATES.
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