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Jack Wells
also called "Cactus" Jack Wells

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  1. John Hampson Wells who was also known as Cactus Jack was a Winnipeg-based radio and television broadcaster specializing in sports

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  2. born Born May 13, 1911 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Died May 26, 1999

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  3. Wells career began in 1936

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  4. While listening to a hockey broadcast on CFQC, Jack boasted he could do a better job than the guy on the mike

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  5. Dared by a chum to prove his claim, Jack applied for a job at the station, and was hired

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  6. In 1939, he joined CJAT in Trail, British Columbia as an all-round announcer and play by play man for the Trail Smoke Eaters

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