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Ballard's bark is a lot worse than his bite
[FIN Edition]
Toronto Star - Toronto, Ont.
Author: Jim Proudfoot Toronto Star
Date: Oct 20, 1987
Start Page: F.1
Section: SPORTS
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In short: Varsity Blues lost on the weekend but quarterback Rod Moors still moved into second place among all passers in Canadian college football. Dan Feraday, a predecessor at the University of Toronto, still leads with 7,159 yards but Moors' 5,743 make him runnerup ahead of Western's Jamie Bone . . . Varsity's first Hall of Fame dinner is scheduled for Friday evening in Hart House. Tickets may be ordered at 978-4112 . . . Montrealer Tommy Kane caught six passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns in Syracuse University's big win over Penn State . . . Bob Barr, golf pro at Uplands for so many years, is to be honored Friday. Former members can get details by calling 889-3291 . . . George Gubbins, once a jockey around here, is now a clocker at the California tracks . . Bill Shoemaker lost both stakes races he rode in at Woodbine Sunday but did win aboard Ptermagant for trainer Stanley Fishman . . . Frugal Gorumet covered a mile in 1:54 2/5, winning a Mohawk prep for next Sunday's $100,000 Sophomore Pace.

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