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Love this photo! Thanks for posting. I remember looking for the leader boards at prelims in Marion,American Open, World Open. So when and where was it taken

Looks like

Madison

27th Lancers

Bridgemen

Cavaleers

Spirit of Atlanta

North Star

Defenders

Sky Ryders

Crusaders

Avant Garde

Alliance

Les Eclipse

Squires

Kingsmen

Patriots

Black Watch

Warriors?

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Love this photo! Thanks for posting. I remember looking for the leader boards at prelims in Marion,American Open, World Open. So when and where was it taken

Looks like

Madison

27th Lancers

Bridgemen

Cavaleers

Spirit of Atlanta

North Star

Defenders

Sky Ryders

Crusaders

Avant Garde

Alliance

Les Eclipse

Squires

Kingsmen

Patriots

Black Watch

Warriors?

That's the 1981 DCI East prelims in Allentown.

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Warriors?

Were there more than one Warriors D&B Corps? The one from Oshkosh WI folded in 1971 or 1972.

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Think that is John Robbins 4th from the left Northstar Director

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Warriors?

Were there more than one Warriors D&B Corps? The one from Oshkosh WI folded in 1971 or 1972.

CMCC Warriors from NYC ...

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Think that is John Robbins 4th from the left Northstar Director

I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Robins on occasion while living in Kitchener-Waterloo 74-76. May he rest in peace http://www.dci.org/news/view.cfm?news_id=e3332ea8-deee-438e-96ee-6a455d9be5d1

The PDF link below states Mr. Robins was President of CDCA/ODCA 1972-1975. See page 6. The page also states that the transition from Mr. Biggs to Mr. Smith was in 1965. The previous photo, in this thread, may be from 1965 with a young John Robins while he was Director of K-W Flying Dutchmen Senior Corps.

http://www.optimists-alumni.org/downloads/acrobat_downloads/cdca_50th.pdf

I have a paper copy of Salute to 50 publication. It and my 1975 U.S. Open contest program are 2 of my favourite memorabilia.

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There was the Hasslett Warriors from Hasslett, MI from 1961 to 1963.

Warriors?

Were there more than one Warriors D&B Corps? The one from Oshkosh WI folded in 1971 or 1972.

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