Talk:Windsor Guardsmen

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Image placement

Hi Historian, I was looking at special:Recentchanges and I thought you might be trying to put your image in this article. The "wikification" to add an uploaded image is like this:

[[Image:1971 Jacket patch.jpg|thumb|right|Jacket patch 1971]] --Sam King 09:24, 22 March 2006 (PST) If you want to show it as a full size image then take out "|thumb":

[[Image:1971 Jacket patch.jpg|right]]

I am working on the help page for images (copying it from Wikipedia mostly) and will post a link to here when I am done.--Sam King 09:12, 22 March 2006 (PST)

Here's some more info for now: DrumCorpsWiki:How_to_edit_a_page#Images--Sam King 09:16, 22 March 2006 (PST)

Essex-Kingsville Band v.s. Kingsville-Essex Band

Nitpicking: I remember them being called the Kingsville-Essex Band at 1981 Canadian Nationals. I'll see if I can dig out my program. They have a website (they are still around!) that seems to indicate their name is Kingsville-Essex Associated Band. I think they didn't have "associated" in the name back in '81 but maybe the latest name is the most appropriate. --Sam King 09:24, 22 March 2006 (PST)

Madison Scouts and Cadets LaSalle

What does this have to do with the Windsor Guardsmen?

1969 Drums Across The Border, Madison Scouts awarded 1st place, but a tabulation error has the Cadets La Salle as the winner. Madison DM hands the trophy to Cadets DM and salutes the 1969 champion.

Should this be added to the Cadets LaSalle page? --Sam King 05:35, 3 October 2006 (PDT)


 Drums Across the Border was the home show for the Guardsmen. 

It ran from 1968 to 1973. This could also be added to the Cadets LaSalle page.