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Boston Garden 1929-1930 Season Official 52-Page Program Focusing on Hockey.

Lot 576. Boston Garden 1929-1930 Season Official 52-Page Program Focusing on Hockey. And including Shipstad and Johnson before they created the Ice Follies. This vg+ program provides photos and information on the NHL Champion Boston Bruins and the Canadian-American League Champion Boston Tigers. Each of the two 1928-29 championship teams is pictured. Four players, three of them now Hockey Hall of Fame members, each have a full-page photo in the program - Dit Clapper and Eddie Shore of the Bruins and Harvey Jackson of Montreal. The Bruins’ Dutch Gainor also has a page. Other Bruins future HoFers are pictured with a brief biographical sketch: Marty Barry, Mickey McKay, Harold Oliver and Cecil Thompson. The program presents eight pages on the Feb. 6, 1930 American Legion Ice Carnival, which included a concert, speed skating competition, “fancy” skating, an exhibition practice session by the Bruins, and a comedy skit by Roy Shipstad and Oscar F. Johnson With Roy’s brother Eddie, they founded Shipstads & Johnson Ice Follies six years later. Winning Bid $55.    

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