Larry Lavitt
 
Sam Lavitt

1 Aug 1922 - 20 Oct 2012

Professional Football Career

Season Team Lge
Position
Pts
1941 Winnipeg Blue Bombers WIFU
HB, K
unk
1942 Winnipeg RCAF Bombers1 WCCSFL
FB
unk
1943 Winnipeg RCAF Bombers2,3 WIFU
HB, K
unk

1. WCCSFL is the Winnipeg City Canadian Senior Football League
Source: The Calgary Herald - Sep. 15, 1942 - pg. 11
Source: The Vancouver Sun - Oct. 29, 1942 - pg. 14
2. Source: The Montreal Gazette - Sep. 23, 1943 - pg. 18
3. Oct. 30, 1943 - Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 11 - Winnipeg United Services Combines 0
QB Dave Greenberg scored the first TD for the Bombers on a 1 yard run. Sammy Lavitt raced for a 95 yard TD for the other TD. The RCAF Bombers finished first in the Armed Forces Rugby League with a 6-0 record.
Source: Blue Bomber Fan Club

Professional Hockey Career
1948-1949 Omaha Knights

1948-49 Omaha Knights

1951-52 Buffalo Bisons

1951-52 Buffalo Bisons
(click photo for larger image)

Sam Lavitt

1950s Buffalo Bisons Home Jersey

1950s Buffalo Bisons Road Jersey

1963 Omaha Knights

Sam Lavitt
Buffalo Bisons
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1950s
Buffalo Bisons Home Jersey

1950s
Buffalo Bisons Road Jersey

1963
Omaha Knights

1955-56 Seattle Americans Official Program<

1955-56 Seattle Americans Sam Lavitt

1955-56
Seattle Americans
Official Program
(photo courtesy of http://www.seattlehockey.net)

1955-56
Seattle Americans
Sam Lavitt
(photo courtesy of http://www.seattlehockey.net)

The Calder Cup
1950-51 Cleveland Barons Calder Cup Champions

Presented to the winners of the American Hockey League (AHL) play-off Championships. The Calder Cup was named in honour of Frank Calder and was first contested in 1936-37.

1950-51
Cleveland Barons
Calder Cup Champions

 

 

 

 

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