Top Mic Mac Sportsmen Receive Awards
The Windsor Mic Mac Club held its annual banquet Saturday night and presented awards for sport achievements over the past season. Harry J. Neal (left) second winner last year of the R.M. “Dick” Harrison award, hands over the trophy to veteran Windsor sportsman Gord Fuller ( second from right), while Mic Mac Club President Lodge Nowitsky smiles his approval. Lou Dupuis (right) shows off the pitching trophy that he won for the second consecutive year. He posted a 10-0 record for the League Champion AKO squad. Most valuable player went to Mike Hole. No Hit Pitchers for the year.;..Lou Dupuis, Dennis Leach and Bill Lee (2)
Fewer than 15 Canadians in a million are organ donors? It’s true. Canada’s organ donation rate ranks in the bottom half of countries in the western world where transplants are performed. More than 3,500 Canadians are waiting for an organ transplant, and every year nearly 150 of them die waiting. We have some of the best transplant technology in the world, some of the most highly skilled surgeons, some of the most prestigious transplant hospitals, but there are never enough organs available to save enough lives.
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