Blue Bomber Report Record: 3–1–0

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Bomber legends into football hall

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DETAILS of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame Weekend in Winnipeg Nov. 1-3 -- at which former Bomber greats Milt Stegall and the late Tyrone Jones will be inducted -- were announced Wednesday.

Events include a bust unveiling and celebrity poker tournament at McPhillips Street Station on Nov. 1, followed by a welcome breakfast and jacket presentation at the casino on Nov. 2 as well as the formal dinner and induction ceremony that evening at the Winnipeg Convention Centre.

The weekend wraps up with a half-time tribute to the inductees at the Winnipeg Blue Bombers-Montreal Alouettes game at Canad Inns Stadium on Nov. 3.

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers GM Joe Mack -- who has been unavailable to the media since the team lost 52-0 in Regina last Sunday -- is holding a news conference this morning just prior to his team's practice at Canad Inns Stadium to answer reporters' questions.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 6, 2012 C2

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