Page 16 - The Donald Rankin Family and Harness Racing
ISSUE : Issue 45
Published by Ronald Caplan on 1987/6/1
cials decide that you have been a little too aggressive?) Too close: they'll set you back and set you down. Like if I won the race, and I interfered with somebody. And they feel that I interfered with him. They'll set me back behind that horse. (What does "setting you down" mean?) Well, it just depends on what infraction you caused. You can get set down for (so many) days. So then I won't be able to drive for (so many) days that they're racing. That's set down. That's your punishment. Or they might fine you. (Do people ever lose their license?) Oh yeah. (Did you ever lose yours?) Well, I was fighting for them for awhile. I didn't lose them, but--well, just got set down, but I didn't lose them--but it was just nip and tuck to it. They were thinking that strongly of taking them. (Did that make you drive differently for awhile?) Well, you've got to be really ex? tra careful, you know. You've got to be ex? tra careful. But a lot of times there were things hap? pen that you can't do anything about. "The Rankin Family & Harness Racing" Continues on Page 80 - TO ORDER - Cape Breton's MAGAZINE Subscriptions 4 Issues in Canada 4 Issues (Foreign) $10.00 $11.00 - AND - Cassette Tapes Mike MacDougall's Tape for Fr. Hector Mike MacDougall, violin; Tim Donovan, guitar In Nova Scotia: $6.60 Rest of Canada: $6.00 Outside Canada: $7.00 (Notes about the tunes, and transcriptions based on 9 of tiiem, are in issue 38 -- $1.75.) Cape Breton Fiddlers on Early LPs Dan R. MacDonald, Donald MacLellan, Theresa MacLellan, Dan Joe Maclnnis, Johnny Wilmot, and their accompanists In Nova Scotia: $7.70 Rest of Canada: $7.00 Outside Canada: $8.00 (Notes about the tunes, and transcriptions based on 7 of them, are in Issue 41 -- $2.25.) - SEND CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER TO - Cape Breton's MAGAZINE WRECK COVE • CAPE BRETON • NOVA SCOTIA BOC IHO Edited & Published by Ronald Caplan with the help of Bonnie Thompson Paul Cranford Carol Kennedy JUNE 1987 MANAGEMENT OF FISH HABITAT One of Canada's most precious resources is the habitat which nurtures and sustains the nation's fisheries resources. The Department of Fisheries and Oceans' new policy on fish habitat management is designed to achieve a net gain of habitat for Canada's fisheries in a manner that benefits all users of Canada's aquatic renewable resources. 1' Fisheries Peches and Oceans et Oceans Canada
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