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Roy Worters

Roy Worters (Hockey.  Born, Toronto, Ont., Oct. 19, 1900; died, Toronto, Ont., Nov. 7, 1957.)  Known as “Shrimp” because of his 5’3”, 135-pound stature, Roy Worters was also one of the best N.H.L. goaltenders of the 1920s and 1930s.  Worters was the goalie for the Pittsburgh amateur team that joined the N.H.L. in 1925.  On […]

Joe Miller

Joe Miller (Hockey. Morrisburg, Ont., Oct. 16, 1900; died, August 12, 1963.) Much has been written about Rangers coach and general manager Lester Patrick’s legendary donning of the goalie pads in the second game of the 1928 Stanley Cup final, replacing the injured Lorne Chabot and leading the Rangers to an overtime win to tie the […]

Joe Falcaro

Joe Falcaro (Bowling.  Born, New York, NY, Jan. 3, 1896; died, Cedarhurst, NY, Sept. 6, 1951.)  Guiseppi (Joe) Falcaro was based in Brooklyn and became the dominant match-game bowler of the late 1920s and 1930s, holding the B.P.A.A. match-game championship for four years.  Falcaro was a flamboyant and colorful character both on and off the […]

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