1975 Macdonald Brier

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1975 Macdonald Brier
Host city Fredericton, New Brunswick
Arena Lady Beaverbrook Rink
Attendance20,672
WinnerNorthern Ontario curling flag.png  Northern Ontario
Curling club Fort William CC, Thunder Bay
Skip Bill Tetley
Third Rick Lang
Second Bill Hodgson, Jr.
Lead Peter Hnatiw
FinalistFlag of Alberta.svg  Alberta
Flag of Yukon.svg  Yukon/Northwest Territories
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The 1975 Macdonald Brier was held in Fredericton, New Brunswick at the Lady Beaverbrook Rink. The total attendance for the week was 20,672. This Brier would see the first appearance for the Yukon/Northwest Territories at the Brier and that region's best-ever result. At this time, there were no playoffs in the Brier.

Standings

ProvinceSkipClubCityWL
Northern Ontario curling flag.png Northern Ontario Bill Tetley Fort William CC Thunder Bay 92
Flag of Yukon.svg  Yukon/Northwest Territories Don Twa Whitehorse CC Whitehorse 83
Flag of Alberta.svg  Alberta Tom Reed St. Albert CC Edmonton 83
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan Harvey Mazinke Regina CC Regina 74
Flag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba Rod Hunter Granite CC Winnipeg 65
Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec Jim Ursel St. Laurent CC Mount Royal 65
Flag of New Brunswick.svg  New Brunswick John Clark Capital WC Fredericton 65
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Alex Scott Cataraqui G&CC Kingston 65
Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg  Prince Edward Island John Fortier Charlottetown CC Charlottetown 47
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg  Nova Scotia Dick Boyce Dartmouth CC Dartmouth 47
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Newfoundland Bob Cole St. John's CC St. John's 110
Flag of British Columbia.svg  British Columbia Frank Beutle Penticton Granite CC Penticton 110

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