Royal Military College of Canada - Review Yearbook (Kingston, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1965

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6639 ROMAN PIOTR JAKUBOW Holden High School Roman Jakubow came to his "Eldorado" from Warsaw, Poland. He is affectionately known as "Jake" and when he isn't carrying that air of determination, he manages to break into a smile and enjoy a good joke. In spite of all his achievements, Roman's head never swells, and he commands the admiration and respect of all his friends and associates. In both military and academic matters, Roman has been known for his natural drive, his deep integrity, and his keen sense of leadership. He received the Royal Military College Club of Canada Award for the best all-round cadet in second year, as well as the Canadian Army Award for the best second-year Army cadet at Royal Roads. At the end of his third year at RMC, he was presented with the Dr. P.F. Fisher Memorial Trophy for combined military and academic prowess. Roman served as DXCWC in the Slate of Honour at Royal Roads and at RMC he achieved the esteemed position of CWA, which he served with typical efficiency and hard work. In the sports world, he was captain of the Royal Roads and RMC soccer teams and played volleyball, waterpolo, and hockey. An outstanding engineer, he held the unique position as President of the Symposium, a predominantly Artsmen society. The Chess Club also received his enthusiastic support. Of course, on the social side ofthings Roman scored par for the course. As DXCWC at Royal Roads, he jealously guarded the "Blue Book" while performing the role of "debutante escort" admirably. At RMC he has been known to extend his field of action as far as Toronto, Montreal and even the USA! Roman will be happy to leave his Monumental Library of Maths and Physics books upon Graduation. However, with such asolid base in every aspect of his training our Roman is sure to shine in years to come. 6454 WILLIAM CHARLES LEACH Chambly County High School Our Bill was born in Sarnia, Ont., November 6, 1942, a prophecy of new and better things in a war-torn world. Spreading goodwill and prosperity throughout the country, he has so- journed in Halifax, Boston Cwhere, it is said, they chastised him for not choosing the right side of the frontier when he was born right on ith, Montreal, Oakville, Borden, and Kingston. Avidly interested in sports---hockey, baseball, and football---and born to a military en- vironment, he immediately recognized CMR as the challenging endroit to pursue his choosen career as an RCOC officer. French and academics prospered, Bill became CSSO and displayed the drive, spirit, and organization ability for which he is now respected. RMC suited him perfectly---probably because it's closer to her house---and success grew on success. His course in Economics well in hand, his social life sparkling, he ruled the athletic world from his 'scenic-view' room in Fort Haldimand. The year saw Bill give excellent service to the college swim and water-polo teams, squadron volleyball, football, and hockey teams. A true officer, the summers have seen Bill distinguish himself as top man at the RCOC school and we cannot but believe that the future holds every military success for him. Best of luck, Bill, everywhere---in everything. JDH 6651 JOHN RONALD LEITOLD St. James Collegiate Institute Ron is one of the last of the red-hot pilots, or so he tells us. The "red-hot" part came from spending a summer in Europe on contact training absorbing local atmosphere. After seeing Ron's marvellous collec- tion of beer steins and coasters collected from all over France and Germany, you get the impression that a lot of the atmosphere was liquid. The "Coach" is the epitome of the no-glory athlete. At Roads he played on the Rugger First XV and on the soccer, basketball and cross-country teams. At RMC he came back for more, playing halfback on the senior football team and left wing on the intermediate hockey team. Ron has left his mark in other areas of college life as well. In second year at Royal Roads he served first and honour slates as CSL and second slate as CWC. On graduation the same year he received the award as the best RCAF cadet. This year he finally reached the ultimate goal of all cadets by being appointed Captain of the SFMA. Affectionately known to his loyal subjects as the "King", Ron has managed to maintain the relaxed atmosphere that some envious inhabitants of the other side of the square might call slack. As the crooner of the Kingston Three, Ron has brought many a sweet young thing close to tears while singing at dances, at hootenannys, and in assorted coffee houses. He has many talents and has participated in many activities, some perhaps betterleft unrecorded. At the same time he has managed to "take a course or two in English" leading to an honours degree. We are sure that if Ron pursues life with the same enthusiasm that he has shown in his life at the College he will have a promising and probably prolific future. J.S.H.K. 12

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6375 KENNETH CHARLES EYRE Pembroke Collegiate Institute Ken CK,C.D was born in Shelburne, Nova Scotia, but being a so called "Army brat" birth place is only claim that this village has on our young hero. Ken claims to have had a very diversified pre-college day . ..... from gold panning inthe Yukon to lobster potting in the Maritimes. K.C. joined the ranks of the CMR troopers and completed his sojourn in "la belle province" with a list of academic prizes as long as your arm, a very successful year as CWTO and CWC, and an admirable knowledge of the French language. Arriving at RMC he became co-operator of T8tE Inc. The result was some of the swingingiest bashes ever held on college grounds. In his final year K.C. was appointed to the position of CSL. During this time T8tE continued to operate, turning to the challenging job of the "nevxf'Review". On the sports field Ken is one of our average types with an unorthodox but successful approach. He has represented the college on the rifle, curling, and fencing teams as well as participating in most phases of intramural sports. The summertime finds Ken training with the foot slogging, square bashing infanteers, and at graduation will be commissioned in the ranks of the men in green, the Queen's Own Rifles. Ken has been awardedafellowship to Duke University and after graduation will be remaining in the field of educationtmilitary history and matrimonyj. Ijoin with all my classmates in wishing Ken all the luck of the Eyres in his future endeavours. DGT 6540 JOHN KENNEDY HILTON Hill Park Secondary School The sea cadets and militia, back in high school days, must certainly have left an im- pression. John, affectionately known as "J.K,Q' arrived at RMC as a keen cadet and retained this standard throughout his four years. He was one of the elusive few who weathered the system without being successfully charged. Although an active participant in sports and social ac- tivities Cthe latter, a source of some embarassementj John maintained a high academic standard in Chemical Engineering, later he hopes to enter an MBA course. John's appointment as CWTO was very successful although it tended to limit the number of week-end leaves he could take, however, possession of a "Fury" in Spring Term helped to circumnavigate this problem. Upon Graduation, John will spend three years in Winnipeg with 3RCHA where he antici- pates many week-ends at Clear Lake, in addition to wide-spread travel throughout Canada and the U.S.A. John hopes to specialize in missiles with complimentary courses in England and the United States. J.K. was entirely successful at the College, a fact which is indicative of his potential as an officer in the Services. His friends and classmates wish him the best of luck in his career. JTB 6541 DONALD FRASER HOLMAN Rideau High School After "Fras" was born in Toronto in August, 1943, the Holman family came, by the usual circuitous service-family route, to reside in Ottawa. Fras' first introduction to the art of recreation came in high school, where he gained considerable experience in stage management and the organization of social ac- tivities. Always popular and capable, Fras was aseemingly head boy of Rideau High in his final year there. In 1961 Fras packed his excellent record and his skis and came to RMC. In his offhand and friendly manner he soon became one of the most well-liked and respected cadets of his year. Now in Honours Science, Fras continues to excel academically while on the athletic side his main contributions have been in rep skiing and in intra-mural lacrosse. With his personable manner it was only natural that Fras should rise to the top of his class in prac- tically all fields of endeavour. Among many other accomplishments he was PMC and business manager of the MARKER, both in his third year. This experience, coupled with his basic fun-loving nature made him wellsuited for his post as CWRO in his fourth year. Needless to say, the Wing has never swung better. Next year will see Fras jetting as a pilot in the RCAF. With so many things going for him, he can't help but succeed. R.A.B. ll



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6720 PIERRE-LOUIS-PHILJPPE MCCOMBER college Saint-Viateur d'Outremont Apres l'obtention de son baccalaureat es-art, Pierre pour suivit ses etudes au College Militaire Royal de Saint-Jean. l'sfy merita les me-dailles de bronze et d'argent du Gouverneur General pour ses, succees academiques. I1 decrocha aussi les prix de francais et de mathematiques. Pierre est en genie mecanique. Il y excelle et nous souhaitons que l'an prochain, il se plonge de nouveau dans des livres scientifiques. Pierre aime beaucoup discuter litterature musique et politique. Ses confreres ecoutent toujours avec attention ses discours sur les problemes d'actualite. Il exprime tres bien ses idees puis-qu'il possede la facilite de bien les concevoir. S'il sait discourir, il sait aussi rendre service, chacun peut en temoigner. La musique reste son passe-temps favori. Qui l'a entendu interpreter au piano les oeuvres de Bach, Mozart et Beethoven comprend tout del suite que Pierre possede une ame sensible de musicien. Les nombreuses activites ne 1'ont pas empeche de s'occuper du Glee Club, de l'EIC et de toucher l'orgue a la chapelle. , , Pierre represente tres bien le groupe canadien-francais dans l'administration de l'escadre des cadets. I1 est l'ami de tous et, nous sommes fiers de ses succes dans tous les domaines. Avec ses connaissances en philosophie, en genie et en art militaire, il saura certainement se tailler une carriere brillante. An CC.B.D 6014 FREDERICK RAYMOND SUTHERLAND Soest Canadian Senior School "Who is that cadet wearing the 137 sweater out there?" "Why that's Canada's greatest amateur hockey player." "But why is he all crumpled up against the boards?" "Oh, don't worry, that's normal!" And so it goes for Fred "Suds" Sutherland, who has finally reached his long-sought goal-- going through Canservcol without ever' having to organize anything. The ."Rifle", as his more ardent football fans like to call him, has participated in almost every activity the College has to offer, including a number of others toward which his closer friends have enthusiastically directed him. We understand Fred has entered the music world now. His newest record, "I'll Wear Your Ring Around My Neck," is apparently selling at a tremendous rate. Fred has seriously considered taking post-graduate work, but after looking back on five long years of study, plus an extra year of review on how to become proficient in Drill and Exercises, he has decided to forego any further academic pursuits. He now enters the RCAF on a full-time basis to round out his dreams of excitement in the air. From your many friends, the greatest of luck, Fred, and a healthy, lifelong career in Supply. CH.U.M.D

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