1928 Links

June 25: Queen's Grid Star (Gib McKelvey) Charged With Assault
September 1: Argos Triumphed Over Varsity 12-3
September 6: Ottawa In First Scrimmage Drill
September 13: Senators Drive Along At Merry Clip In Drills
September 13: Former "T" Rugby Stars For Argos
September 20: Beano Wright In Scrimmage With Local Team
September 21: Close Race Looked For In Big Four
September 28: New Players To Join Ottawa's Squad Winds Up Heavy Drills
October 1: Montreal Shows Power In Tussle With Westward
October 1: Senators Swamped Camp Borden 30-0
October 1: Tigers Smother Queen's In Exhibiton Game
October 1: Loss of Stands Not Interfering with Montreal Squad
October 5: Balmy Beach Will Be Without Foster
October 6: Wide Open Race Likely in Big Four
October 8: Senators Take Full Advantage of Montreal's Early Misplays To Gain Hard Earned 10-8 Win
October 9: Tigers Start in Early Prepping for Ottawa
October 11: Snappy Ruby Drill Between Montreal and McGill Teams
October 11: Tigers Bring Their Strongest Team Here
October 12: Varsity OPens 1928 College Season With 10-7 Win Over Queen's
October 12: Balmy Beach Beats McGill 12 In Exhibition
October 18: Argos Place Faith In Young Halfback
October 16: Montreal Preparing for Critical Game in Big Bour Race
October 22: Hamilton Virtual Clinch Big Four Rugby Title
October 22: Montreal Beaten on Tigers Rally in Fourth Quarter
October 23: Three Big Four Squads Trail Hamilton's Unbeaten Bengals
October 25: Only Three of 1927 Regulars Reamain on Ottawa Rugby Squad
October 29: Senators Beaten Into Submission 21-0
October 29: Wheelers Turn Tables On Senators
October 29: Argos Beaten at Hamilton
October 30: Twin Brothers As Direct Oppoents In Game Saturday
October 30: Beachers Fear Queen's
November 1: Collegians Beaten By Camp Borden 26-9
November 1: Emerson May Redon Grid Togs To Help Senators Down Argos
November 3: Five Battles On East List
November 5: Second Straight Big Four Title For Tigers
November 6: Varsity Switched For McGill
November 8: Beaches Win ORFU Title
November 20: Orphans Make Great Record In Title Hunt