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Andrew Currie bust. A member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.
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Andrew (Red) Currie

Officiating Career
Game official of all levels
1935 - 1955

Supervisor of officiating for the Western Football Conference
1957 - 1970

Andrew (Red) Currie began his football career as a player from 1925 until 1933. The teams that Currie played for were St. John's College, University of Manitoba, Regina Pats, Regina Roughriders and the Winnipeg 'Pegs.

Currie's career at the executive level included coaching, officiating, and various other organizational functions. In 1949, he organized the Manitoba Football Officials' Association, and in 1954 assisted with the start-up of the association in British Columbia.

In 1965, Currie chaired the sub-committee which was responsible for the revision and re-writing of the CFL rule book. This rule book was adopted prior to the 1967 season.

Andrew (Red) Currie is also a member of the Winnipeg Football Club Hall of Fame and the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame.

Inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum in 1974 as a builder.

Class of 1974

Andrew CurrieGeorge DixonBernie FaloneyWilfrid HughesLes LearMartin Ruby

Annis Stukus

Currie, Andrew (Red)
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