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Uploaded By: St Louis Hodgson on December 1st, 2017

Tom Lowrey with the Ottawa Buena Vistas. Ottawa Buena Vistas was a member of the Ottawa City Hockey League.

Thomas Gordon "Tom" Lowrey – Born October 22, 1893 in Brockville, Ontario – Died November 6, 1981 – was a Canadian amateur ice hockey forward and coach.

Tom Lowrey was a member of the big Lowrey Ottawa hockey family. Three of his brothers – Eddie, Fred and Gerry – played in the NHL for various of different teams and two other brothers – Frank and Bill – played with lower level teams in the Ottawa City Hockey League.

Tom Lowrey himself also represented Ottawa Stewartons, Ottawa Aberdeens and Ottawa Munitions.

Thomas G. Lowrey has a number of other claims to distinction. As one of the noted Lowrey brothers, who made a unique contribution to the world of amateur and professional hockey on both sides of the border. He is also an original director of the Ottawa Boys' Club and a pioneer of the managing editors' conference. As a city and managing editor, and initially as a reporter, he brought a quick intelligence and an all - out sense of dedication to the task in hand with the Ottawa Free Press and latterly The Ottawa Journal. Lowrey started his full-time newspaper career with the Ottawa Free Press in 1910.

Lowrey at one time was an official scorer with the Canadian Professional Baseball League.

Sourced from Ottawa Journal, Feb. 17, 1920. Credited to Unknown.


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