1974 - 1975
Nebelhorn Competition – Oberstdorf, Germany
1975 Canadian Championships
Senior Men: 1st Toller Cranston; 2nd Robert Rubens; 3rd Stan Bohonek
81 skating clubs call Central Ontario Section home.
14, 000 test tried; only 80 judges evaluating them
Sub-Sectionals and Sectionals – hosted by the Unionville Skating Club
Sub-Sectionals, November 16-17: 71 entries in Pre-Novice and Novice, 24 entries for sectionals
Sectionals, November 28-30 & December 1: 165 entries in 16 events
Eastern Canadian Divisional Championships, January 8-11, 1975 – Oshawa, 55 skaters represented C.O.S.
Canadian Championships, January 26th- February 2nd, 1975 – Quebec City, 38 skaters represented C.O.S.
Discussions were held with CFSA and WOS with regard to the boundary line between COS and WOS. All the clubs in COS territory which may be members of WOS are now affiliated with COS. This means that the Harriston, Mildmay, Paisley and Walkerton clubs now fall under the jurisdiction of COS.
25th Anniversary of the Unionville Skating Club, 1975.
In the World …
April 8, 1974: Hank Aaron becomes the new MLB home run king.
Patty Hearst joins the Symbionese Liberation Army by robbing a San Francisco bank.
On December 20, 1974, the House of Commons expands to 282 seats.
September 17, 1974: the RCMP accepts women as officers.
Angola granted independence from Portugal.
A gun toting Yassar Arafat addresses the United Nations on November 13, 1974
The COS office is located at 111 Snidercroft Road
Unit A in Concord.
For all Skater Development inquiries, Please Contact
Skate Canada - Central Ontario
Patricia Glenwright, Manager, Programs and Services
111 Snidercroft Road, Unit A, Concord, ON., L4K 2J8
Tel: 905-760-9100 ext 224 Toll Free: 1-877-COS-0081 Fax: 905-760-9104
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