A Slip in the Rain, the True Story of the 1967-72 Toronto Argonauts and the Fumble That Killed Canada's Team

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Lulu.com, May 1, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 264 pages
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A game by game history of the 1967-72 CFL Toronto Argonaut football team.
  

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I find this very fascinating and beautiful since I have known the Tricky Dick for over 30 years. He is a talented poet, smart, humorous, and has a sensitive side to him that no one knows about. He loved football, a coach, worked at Coca Cola and spent the last 25 years in the Philippines. A true friend he is and he made such a good impression on my life when no noone else knew who I was. I miss his "hi there's", his country girl comments and more than that I miss seeing him. Whereever he is tonight I hope he's happy. From
"Country Girl" you are missed.
 

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Contents

Fall from Grace
1
Leo Cahill Joins the Argos
13
1967
21
1968
47
1969
75
1970
109
1971
135
1971 Grey Cup
175
1972
199
Epilogue
235
Where Are They Now?
241
Index of Photos
247
Photo Credits
249
Bibliography
251

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