Mr. G. C. Nowlan (Annapolis-Kings):
Mr. Speaker, I am sure all hon. members from Nova Scotia will tender their sympathy to my deskmate, the hon. member for Moose Jaw (Mr. Thatcher), to the hon. member for Souris (Mr. Ross) and to the Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Gardiner), as well as to all other ardent curlers in the house, on the fact that teams representing those various places in the Canadian championship bowed to the Nova Scotia team in Halifax on Saturday last.
I am sure, sir, that all of them will join with us from Nova Scotia in tendering our congratulations to the Kentville rink consisting of Wallace Knock, Fred Dyke, George Hansen and Donald Oyler, a very youthful and, from the national standpoint, inexperienced team. They not only won the dominion championship, but won it in such a way that their record can never be broken, and probably will never be equalled.
Subtopic: WINNING OF CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP BY NOVA SCOTIA RINK