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Page 215 text:
Presentation of Stained-glass Window
Stained-glass window presented to St. Mark's
Chapel at C.F.H.Q. in Germany. The Window was
unveiled by No. 2726, Lt. R. G. Lampard, 1 RCR.
who organized the fund-raising for the Window. Col.
bl. R. Millar, D. G. of Chaplain Services CPD dedicated
the window, and No. 2897, Major H. C. Pitts received
the window on behalf of the Chapel. The design is
the work of No. 5472. Lt. J. E. Colbeck, who also
provided the full scale working drawings and the
coloured miniature for the makers.
R.M.C. Club of Canada Foundation
Brig. Frank Lace, co-chairman of the Foundation
Campaign Committee, gave an analysis of the progress
of the Campaign to the General Council and the An-
nual Meeting. The Campaign is now in full swing.
This is a one-time project designed to place the Club
into the life of the three Colleges. A grand start has
been made but the success of the project depends on
the interest and support of all ex-cadets. A push from
everybody will mean the objective accomplished.
These ex-cadets who plan on giving to the Founda-
tion and have not yet sent in their donation should do
so now. Every ex-cadet should give serious and fav-
ourable consideration to this worth-Awhile project.
"Confound the expertsng be a contributor. At the time
of going to press the Foundation has received over
3135.000 in pledges, with about half of this amount in
The objective is a Foundation Fund of over 35250,-
000, the income from Which is to be used for reserve
entry scholarships and special projects that can only
be completed through Club action. The sound idea
behind the Fund is that separate demands on the
generosity of ex-cadets to meet special needs of the
Colleges from time to time will no longer be neces-
sary. The Fund is a one-time project.
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WESTERN CANADA EX-CADET WEEKEND
In 1964, on the occasion of the first Football Game
between the College and the University of Alberta
CCalgaryJ, it was decided that, if possible, the West-
ern Canada Ex-Cadet Weekend should be held in
conjunction with any future games between R.M.C.
and the University of Alberta. To this end, the Cal-
gary Branch of the Club with the help and co-opera-
tion of J. H. Moore, Esq., and J. G. Savard, Esq.,
and the Secretary-Treasurer of the Club, a most suc-
cessful Ex Cadet Reunion was held in Calgary during
the weekend of September 19th-20th, 1965.
On the evening of September 17th, a dinner was
held at the Officers' Mess, Lord Strathcona's Horse
fR.C.j at which some fifty Ex Cadets and special
guests were present. Those attending the dinner in-
cluded the following: Lt.-Col. W. J. Brown, C.D.,
Commanding Officer, Lord Strathcona's Horse
1R.C.j, Mai. D. MacLeod, R.M.C. Staff, FIL Har-
graves, R.M.C. Staff, Dr. Armstrong, President,
U.A.C., Dr. L. Goodwin, U.A.C. Staff, Lt. Cmdr, T,
R. Denton, H.M.C.S. Tecumseh, Mr. D. Kadatz,
U.A.C. Staff, Mr. J. Dewar, U.A.C. Staff, Mr. B,
Bryson, U.A.C. Staff, Mr. W. Saponja, U.A.C. Staff,
U.A.C. Staff, Mr. W. Casanova, U.A.C. Staff, No.
1164, Tidswell, J. E. H., No. 1564, Marsh, H. W.,
No. 2091, Hooper, R.C.W., No. 2238, Nesbitt, J. O.,
No. 2277, Cross, A. R., No. 2317, Corbett, J. B., No.
2331, Kerfoot, J. D., No. 2352, Sharon, W. F., No.
2364, Birchall, L. J., No. 2510, Amy, E. A. C., No.
2534, Gray, C. T., No. 2880, Mills, E. M., No 3087,
Roe, R. V. A., No. 3102, Wray, W N., No. 3144,
Lowry, C. A., No. 3168, Simmons, T. G., No 3181,
Willsher, J. M., No. 3251, Tremain, J. W., No 3445,
Rea, J. F., 3460, MacKeen, J. H. G., No. 3472, Fol-
kins, R. J., No. 3538, Taite, O. E., No. 3559, Girling,
R. N., No. 3584, Beare, A. K., No. 3611, Galbraith,
I. W., No. 3729, Fortier, J. P., No. 3909, Wilson, W.
A., No. 4270, Henry, A. S., No. 4644, Hale, A. W.
G., No. 4778, Kubas, J. C., No. 4869, Billings, R. S.,
No. 5131, Moffat, J. L., No. 5249, Fallon, D. E.,
No. 5253, Gowdy, D. R., No. 5267, Koeller, G. J.,
No. 5483, Gilliland, D., No. 5529, Watson, B. R., No.
5609, Stocks, D. G., No. 5843, Vrana, C., No. 5885,
Drolet, K. S., No. 5899, Gray, R. J., No. 5912, Laird,
R. C. G., No. 6211, Taylor, A. No. 6315, Smith, D.
F. A., No. 6357, Wagner, J. D., No. 6362, Jackson,
P. S., No. 6450, Smith, D. J., No. 6488, Pyne, T. C.,
No. 6496, Emond, J. C., No. 6508, Adams, J., No.
6572, Spicer, D. R., No. 6607, Clarkson, K. W., No.
6698, Van Boeschoten, G., Royal Roads No. 247,
Montgomery, R. A. F., Sandhurst No. 22233155,
The Calgary Branch of the Clu'b is indebted to
Lt.-Col. W. J. Brown, C. D. for his courtesy in ex-
tending the privileges of his Mess to the Ex Cadets
attending the Weekend.
The great majority of the Ex Cadets attending
the Reunion were present at the Football Game on
the afternoon of September 18th. The game which
was won by R.M.C. 23 to 12 was punctuated by a
snow storm, a sleet storm, a rain storm, and winds
gusting up to fifty miles per hour, with brief inter-
ludes of sunshine. It should be mentioned that sup-
porters of the University of Alberta team largely
disappeared at half time leaving the supporters of the
R.M.C. team alone in the stands for the remainder of
the game. At the conclusion of the game, the Colonel
Sanders Trophy was presened to the Captain of the
R.M.C. team by No. 3181, J. M. Willsher, Esq., Pre-
sident of the Calgary Branch. The trophy presented
by the Calgary Branch for annual competition be-
tween R.M.C. and the University of Alberta was
named in recognition of No. 111, Colonel Gilbert
Edward Sanders, C.M.G., D.S.O., one of the original
members of the 'Calgary Branch. When presenting
the trophy, the President of the Calgary Branch gave
a brief outline of Colonel Sanders' career which is
That evening a Supper Dance was held at H.M.S.C.
Tecumseh for all EX Cadets and Cadets. Arrange-
ments were made to provide feminine companionship
for the Cadets by transporting two bus loads of stud-
ent nurses from the Calgary General Hospital and
the Holy Cross Hospital.
On the afternoon of Sunday, September 20th, No.
2277, A. R. Cross invited all Ex-Cadets and Cadets to
a Barbecue at his ranch south of Calgary. During the
afternoon, those attending the Barbecue were able to
see and participate in various Indian dances perform-
ed by some of Sandy Cross' neighbours-members of
the Sarcee Indian tribe.
In addition to the above events, a small Class Re-
union was held between Messrs. Sharon, Kerfoot,
Birchall and Corbet, members of the Class of '37.
No. 2317 J. B. Corbet.
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