Transcript of audio excerpt (edited by Interviewer): E- "And what river would that be again?" A- "The Battle River. I’ll tell you a story about the Battle River now. [E= Yeah, let’s hear it]. I have an uncle that moved up near the Battle River in the ‘30s. He… a little community outside of Battleford called Lilydale, they had a church picnic, and went to the Battle River. There was a campground, swimming hole type of thing. They were having a ball game, and everybody’s playing. And he’s up in the ball game. And there’s… the bases are loaded, and there’s a little guy that comes up to bat. So the pitcher just lobs the ball into him. And he hits it, back to the pitcher. The pitcher picks it up, tosses it to the catcher for the easy force out from third. But the on deck batter is a young, spry teenager, he’s ready, and he steps up and hits the ball out of the park. So there’s five runners going. And everybody’s yelling and hollering, and my uncle was laughing, and they were all yelling at the ump, and he said, “I don’t know what I could’ve done anyway.” But they were all laughing so hard, they didn’t know what… and they were all coming down to first, second and third. Runners score. By this time, the young teenager passes the little guy, after they round third, and he comes in fourth, and the little guy comes in fifth. So it was a grand slam with five runs."