Taber Senior Hockey Team 1910-11
Taber Chefs / Taber Cooks
Albert George Cook (1889–1962), Arnold Blair Cook (1884–1964), Robert John Earnest Cook (1890–1979), Lloyd Tramblyn Cook (1890–1964), Henry Wilbur Cook (1888–1963), James Alfred "Alf" Barbour (1891–1953), George Baird (1895–1916), A. Glendenning.
On the 1911–12 roster: John Leo Cook (1892–1964)
The Cooks were a collection of brothers and cousins. Arnold, Wilbur, Lloyd and Leo were brothers, and Arnold was team captain.
Lloyd Cook was Stanley Cup Champion in 1915 with the Vancouver Millionaires.
Alf Barbour appeared with the Portland Rosebuds in the 1916 Stanley Cup finals against the Montreal Canadiens.
George Baird died in World War I, 20 years old, where he appeared with the 27th Battalion.
All the Cooks originally came from Ontario whereas Barbour and Baird hailed from Manitoba.