November 29, 1971, Winnipeg Free Press.

During the twelfth Winnipeg Show, Montreal artist Roger Vilder’s Every Man's Dream No. 1 (a breast made of silicone) is stolen from the Gallery, starting a ridiculous chain of events.

The work is returned five days later under very strange circumstances: an unidentified man deposits a parcel containing the work at the lost and found department of The Bay, across the street from the Gallery. Unsure of the package’s contents, store management call in explosives experts from the Canadian military, who confirm the contents: the breast! The work is then returned to its companion piece, Every Man's Dream No. 2 and put back on display.