Canada: ALBERTA: My Very Own

For Barbara Ann Scott, Calgary, an overgrown (pop. 100,000) cow town at heart, had put on its best pearl-grey Stetson and its best Stampede air. Calgarians cheered her when she skated away with the Canadian Women's Figure Skating Championship, packed her four exhibitions at the Glencoe Skating Club Carnival. They gave her a civic luncheon attended by 400 fans and fitted her out with a complete cowgirl outfit.

From the city there were white gauntlets and a white doeskin jacket; from the Glencoe Club a leather belt with solid gold buckle, and elkskin riding boots. The Calgary Exhibition and Stampede...

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