Tales of the heart . . .
Crime and punishment.
As Peter says in his 1984 book, Looking For Trouble, it was probably better in the long run that the Vancouver Province never gave him a sports job.
He moved on to the Telegram in 1956 as a $60-a-week reporter and the rest is print media history.
Peter, a few months after writing about hockey, writes about CFL football today, returning to his post-Korean War university days.
A few days ago, he wrote about his heart and the remarkable stories it has generated since the first of eight bypass and replacement surgeries in 1978.
Peter W. - a Canadian newspaper icon with eight-plus decades of adventurous living to draw from daily for the benefit of Sun readers.