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The art of sports writing lost another link to its past when Trent Frayne died on the weekend at age 93. Frayne was a master wordsmith, one of a succession of sports writers who came out of the Prairies and dominated the craft in the 1960s and '70s.
There have been many excellent memories of the legendary Trent Frayne since he passed away on Saturday. It was a rite of passage when starting in the Toronto media mob to end up sitting in a press room with Frayne at some sports event. At the time
Writer June Callwood and husband Trent Frayne after services for Frank Shuster at Holy Blossom Temple. If there was ever a Mount Rushmore of Canadian sports writers, Trent Frayne would be up there with his face locked in that impish smile. He was a
Last updated Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 1:30PM EST Trent Frayne died this morning at 5 a.m...A natural storyteller and an ace wordsmith, Mr. Frayne worked for almost every magazine and newspaper in Canada including two stints at The Globe and Mail in a