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Paul Dojack bust. A member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.
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Paul Dojack

Officiating Career

Game Official
1941 - 1970

Western Conference Officiating Supervisor
1971, 1972

Paul Dojack first became involved with football when he helped to organize the Regina Dales in 1931, where he started out as the team quarterback, but soon moved to the coaching position. The Dales won four consecutive western championships and one national title.

Paul Dojack refereed his first game in 1941 while with the Canadian Army. Following the war, he was recruited as a full time official for the Western Interprovincial Football Union (WIFU). Dojack refereed more than 500 games during his professional career, 14 of them Grey Cup championships. He retired from on-field duties after the 1970 season.

Paul Dojack is also a member of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, and was also honoured at the 1977 Grey Cup dinner.

Inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum in 1978 as a builder.

Class of 1978

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Dojack, Paul
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