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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: EDMONTON GRADS BASKETBALL TEAM, 1927 [April 19, 1927. Edmonton Commercial Graduates basketball team. Arriving in Toronto this morning for the Canadian championship series with the Lakeside team, the famous Edmonton The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: EDMONTON GRADS BASKETBALL TEAM, 1927 [April 19, 1927. Edmonton Commercial Graduates basketball team. Arriving in Toronto this morning for the Canadian championship series with the Lakeside team, the famous Edmonton transparent
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April 19, 1927
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EDMONTON GRADS BASKETBALL TEAM, 1927 [April 19, 1927. Edmonton Commercial Graduates basketball team. Arriving in Toronto this morning for the Canadian championship series with the Lakeside team, the famous Edmonton "Grads, " premier girls' basketball organization, received a civic welcome at noon from Mayor Foster. Third from left, Hattie Hopkins, substitute; Margaret MacBurney, star forward; Elsie Bennie, defense; Dorothy Johnson holding flowers, captain of the team; and world's champion foul-shooter; Mildred McCormack, substitute; Daisy Johnson, centre; Kate Macrae, defense; and Marguerite Bailey.]
John Boyd / The Globe and Mail
92 YEARS AGOIN NEWS
William Lyon Mackenzie King was Prime Minister
The Liberals were in power
Calvin Coolidge was President

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