Ted Lozanski

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Ted Lozanski
Born:(1926-08-25)August 25, 1926
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Died:September 7, 1976(1976-09-07) (aged 50)
Brandon, Manitoba
Career information
CFL status National
Position(s) QB
Height5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Weight135 lb (61 kg)
Career history
As player
1949 Winnipeg Blue Bombers

T. L. (Ted) Lozanski (August 25, 1926 September 7, 1976) was a Canadian football player who played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He was also an ice hockey player, coach and executive (former president of the Manitoba Amateur Hockey Association). [1] [2] He is a recipient of the Manitoba Centennial Medal for his contributions to amateur hockey in Manitoba. [3]

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