Locally, the Nocturnes Michel Champagne, Jean-Luc Champagne and Yvon Descheneaux (with the Blue Pheasant in the photo) formed a very popular trio in the early 1960s. Tell me without lying to me† Johnny remember† moments of love and you play me† Yvon keeps in touch with Michel who is doing well.
At the Colisée Cardin, early 1970s, and in all QMJHL arenas, Pierre Larouche(251) Michel Déziel(227) and Jacques Cossette(214) for a total of 692 points eclipse
the trio Québec Remparts with Jacques Locas(206), Réal Cloutier(216) and Richard Nantais(194).
The young Sorelois Yvan Beauchemin, Gilles Larochelle and Yves Tremblay won tournament after tournament on the junior circuit of Quebec.
In the National Hockey League, the sensational top line, the Punch Line, consisted of Toe Blake, Elmer Lach and Maurice Richard. In Detroit, Sid Abel, Gordie Howe and Ted Lindsay, in Los Angeles, the trio Marcel Dionne, Charlie Simmer and Dave Taylor, in Buffalo, the French Connection, formed by Richard Martin, Gilbert Perreault and René Robert, also caused a stir.
In the United States, musically, Sammy Davis, Dean Martin (Dino Paul Crocetti), and Frank Sinatra were all the rage in the 1960s. Everyone loves someone who knocked the Beatles off the top of the charts in 1964.
In France, Sheila, whose real name is Annie Chancel, Sylvie Vartan and Françoise Hardy are the idols of the French and Quebecers.
The PGA Tour is dominated by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson.
The first trio of black golfers to clear the way at Tiger Woods are Lee Elder, Charlie Sifford and Calvin Peete.
Finally, Forbes magazine just included Tiger Woods in its trio of billionaire athletes. He joins basketball players Michael Jordan and Lebron James.
20: Denis Poirier, Sylvie Menard, Veronique Sylvestre, Richard Lebrun
21: Daniel Gendron, Jean Desrosiers, 60th Wedding Anniversary of Laurent and Diane Cordeau, Denis Capistran
22: Gérard Rajotte, 48th wedding anniversary of Rodrigue Shooner and Lucie Delainey,
Christianne Lajeunesse, Richard Patenaude Jr, Jean-F Gélinas, Sébastien Rainville
23: 43rd wedding anniversary of Richard Lemoine and Carmaine Cournoyer, Jean-Paul Richard
24: Marc Frappier, 55th wedding anniversary of Gilles Poissant and Raymonde Gratton
25: Martin Caplette, Jean-Paul –FM- Salvas, Côme Bibeau, Pierre St-Germain
26: Michael Vick, Stephanie Larochelle, Christian Legros, Stephanie Latour
Survey at the Sorel-Tracy Golf Club – Over the past few days, the management of De Duinen has asked its members the following question: Will be selling the Sorel-Tracy ‘les Dunes’ golf club
is an option for you? 136 members answered yes (84%), 24 answered no (15%)
The PSST at Club Le Continental – Sylvain Cournoyer, the secretary of the Sorel-Tracy Sports Hall of Fame, will leave the first tomorrow morning, along with other members of the Sorel-Tracy Sports Hall of Fame, Clarence Valois, Luc Cournoyer, Michel Piché. Group 2: Denis Paulhus, treasurer Pierre Mondou, Vincent Rancourt, Christian Bibeau. Group 3: Ronald Cournoyer, Claude Ducharme, Jean-Claude Yergeau, Serge Menard. Group 4: Gilles Cartier, Claude Picard, Denis Abbot, Richard Charron. Group 5: René Genereux, Roger Valois, Paul Duchesne, Jean-Yves Giguere. Group 6: Gaétan Joubert (of the visit!), Jean-Pierre L’Espérance, Gaston Rousseau -Jean-F Latraverse. Group 7: Gérald Peloquin, Maurice Labrecque, Jocelyn Genereux, Yvan Deslauriers.
Echoes from a recent historic meeting – There was a lot of aggressiveness during the Q&A, apart from the intervention of Mr. Voghel, who preferred to recall only the good gestures of Mayor Serge Péloquin. The latter will leave the political scene on 7 July. MATV broadcasts this meeting all week In recovery†
Echoes from the PAP Irons Club – Guildo Fournier, ranked 3rd in the Club de fers PAP rankings, is the second player to have let champion Henri-Paul Ladouceur lose a match. The latter is executive director of Messrs Jacques Dussault and Jean Salvas. Michel Lajeunesse is the president, Richard Bergeron the vice president, Nicole Bibeau the secretary and Nancy Evangelist the treasurer. To say Mr Ladouceur: “I never thought we would reach 72 players after these two pandemic years.” HPL owes its success to practice. He will throw horseshoes 5 times a week.
Echoes of the tournament Cégep Sorel-Tracy and Taverne du Pont – 172 players on Friday the 17th and more than 80 on Saturday the 18th toured the Sorel-Tracy golf course this weekend. Despite the rain in the case of the Taverne du Pont, owned by the son of the late Léo Duchesneau. The Midget AAA circuit was well represented by MM Yanick Lévesque, president, and Yanick Gagné, general manager. Gaston Therrien, analyst at RDS, Patrice Forcier, CEO of Club Vallée-du-Richelieu completed the quartet. The players who signed up for the Cégep Classic ate at the Roaring Twenties.
The souvenir photo of the week shows us former teachers, athletes in their time, Réal Lavallée, Yves Chevalier, Robert Salvas, Laurent Chicoine, Jean-Guy Cardin, Jean Gadoury, Jean-Claude Lavallée, Richard Charron, Gilles Lemire, Denis Gaucher and Guy Savard. Do you recognize others? (email@example.com)
The strawberry crate will cost $28 if you pick it this year instead of $40 at the counter. Were you all in favor of raising the minimum wage? That is one of the reasons for this inflation. The cost of gasoline, insecticides and labor shortages are the other three reasons. Expect an increase in the price of blueberries soon due to the shortage of bees.
Numbers of the week: 8. Eight strawberries contain as much vitamin C as one orange.
Thought of the week – As strawberries taste like strawberries, life tastes like happiness. (Alan)