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For some reason or other these Whitehorse gentlemen are posing in their long johns. This event happened quite a few years ago.

For some reason or other these Whitehorse gentlemen are posing in their long johns. This event happened quite a few years ago. The group included some of our leading and prominent businessmen, including some I recognize, like Harry Boyle, a one-time editor of the Whitehorse Star, who later became a B.C. judge; a local clergyman; Norm Chamberlist, a hotel owner and businessman; Roy Minter, a one-time White Pass company executive; and Rolf Hougen, a prominent Whitehorse businessman. Shame on you, Mr. Hougen!

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