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SBD/May 10, 2013/Franchises
CFL Eskimos President Blames Structural Changes For Net Profit Being Down From '11
Published May 10, 2013
THEY CALL ME THE WAND-ERER: The CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers will use security wands as the "primary screening device at Investors Group Field" this season. The team last season "got flack for increasing the frequency and length of manual searches and not allowing outside food or drink." Authorities will "continue to do pat-downs if the security wand turns up anything suspicious." Meanwhile, fans will now be allowed to "bring in one, one-litre or smaller empty bottle, and fill it up at water fountains inside the stadium." Single-serving snacks, "like a chocolate bar or vegetables will be allowed, but no more" (WINNIPEG SUN, 5/9).