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 Post subject: Re: Who was No. 17?
PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 4:41 am 
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RODH2 wrote:
We are kicking you off the Forum j.P.......!! :? ....or is it J.p ? :lol:

J.P. for Jean-Pierre (John-Peter in english)
first name and surname need a capital letter for the first letter.
Yvon DUHAMEL is a one word name: Duhamel; if it was a two word name would be: du Hamel as "du" means "of" which is a preposition and preposition isn't written on capital letter excepted on the beginning of a sentence.


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 Post subject: Re: Who was No. 17?
PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 5:45 pm 

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H2RTuner wrote:
In the few years I worked for him, I NEVER saw him print/write/sign his name with a capital D, only the H, everything else, lower case.

Anyone else here ever work for him, and/or see him sign his name? I didn't think so.


Actually I saw him sign dozens of autographs. At the snowmobile Hall of Fame in St Germain Wi back in 2010.

I dont collect autographs so I dont have one. Let me see if one of my buddies can find theres.


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 Post subject: Re: Who was No. 17?
PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 10:55 pm 
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https://youtu.be/ya8-ZKcOhiY


Potato Potarto, who the hell says potarto :wtf: we call them Spuds, like the Irish do :mrgreen:

From Wikipedia

Yvon Duhamel (born 1939), professional motorcycle racer and father of Miguel Duhamel

From Ancestry.com

Duhamel Family History. French: topographic name for someone who lived in a hamlet, from Old French hamel, a diminutive of ham 'homestead', with fused preposition and definite article du.

It has a few spelling varieties including DuHamel, Duhammel, DuHammel, Hammel, Hamel, but the origin is French and spelt Duhamel :e11

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