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FOR THE SCHOOL YE.-KR 1933-1934
The afternoon saw the chief event of our programme in full swing. The Slalom
Competition was held on the Golf Course Hill instead of at the house of Mr. A. Purvis
to which - although we had been warmly invited- we were at the last moment unable
to go. A fairly stili' course was worked out with flags, and the juniors were sent down
first. Their falls and the lowering of the temperature made the course quite hard and
fast. Scout K. Porter won with fastest time 21-3 '5", Scout P. Mackenzie came second
with 24", while Scout F. Frosst's performance of 30-2 '5" was so good that it merited
a consolation prize which has since been awarded.
At dinner, Mr. Wianstall presented a silver cup each to Scouts K. Porter and P. Mac-
kenzie for their prowess in Slalom Racing.
On the 30th we played St. George's Scout Troop at Hockey at the Coliseum. The
visitors beat us by 5 goals to l, Scout Chambers scoring our only goal off a pass from the
T.L. The visitors out-skated us most of the timeg our own team was considerably weakened
as three of our senior Scouts were absent.
We played a Match against the Montreal High School Troop at the Coliseum. Our
speed and team work made up for the visitors' strength and size. P.L. Leslie, our Captain,
scored two goals. The result was a draw.
:Xt a return Played against the St. Georges Troop at Atwater Park we won by 5 goals
to 4. It was an exciting and fast game, and our opponents in a last attempt to win dis-
pensed with their Goal-keeper, playing six men on the ice during the last two minutes.
Leslie scored -I goals and Kingstone I goal.
On the 21st the Troop Photo was taken in the afternoon at Headquarters. In the
evening the T.L., P.Ls and Scotmaster attended the annual P.Ls. Banquet at the Windsor
Hotel and heard a very witty speech by the Hon. Charles A. Dunning, one time Minister
of Finance in the Dominion Parliament.
T.L. Barott and P.L. Little passed Part II of their Sphinx Training Course.
A Seconds Rally was held at Headquarters. Five of our Seconds attended what
proved to be a most interesting series of talks on Scouting from the Second's point of
We met the lNIontreal High School Hockey team at the Coliseum on the 27th for
a return lNIatch. Our visitors played a determined game, but the score remained 5 goals
to 3 in our favour. Our Captain scored -l goals and Scout Savage the other.
Those who had difiiculty in grasping the Scouting Ideal, will, we are sure, have bene-
fitted much by the fine address given by Mr. Jackson Dodds over the Radio early in Febru-
Xve would end these notes with sincere wishes for the speedy return to health of
our Chief Scout Lord Baden-Powell, and we look forward to seeing him when he visits
Montreal next year.