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THE CHAPEL CONFIRMATION CLASS Back Row: (L. to R.) Paul Baker, Robert Baron, Mark Wooldridge, Alex Langran, Peter Maniskas, Trevor Blakeman, Ward McMahon. Middle Row: (L. to R.) The Rev. Canon W.H.H. McClelland, Dean Unicume, Thomas Forster, Dean Sbepard, Andrew Barkley, Alexander Birch, Jeremy Bevan, The Right Rev. H.J.Jones, Bishop of British Columbia, Ianjohnson. Front Row: (L. to R.) Simon Salmon, Marcus Hunter, Andrew Deane, Derek Thomas, David Reese, Michael McEachern. Thanks to the helping hand of our Chaplain (Canon McClelland) the life of the Chapel in the past year has gone very smoothly. The format has been the same for several years and the attendance at Evening Prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays has been even better than in recent years. This was due in no small part to the fact that each House took on the responsibility of attending on a particular day. It was quite a sight, for example, to see Michael Moir as Head of House, like a Pied Piper, leading his House on Lonsdale ' s day. The attendance at the early celebration of Holy Communion on Sunday mornings was about the best in recent years. A revival of religious influence among young people? Who knows? The Confirmation Class was a little larger than in recent years and we are most grateful to our Bishop who found the time in the middle of the Diocesan Synod to come and officiate at the annual Confirmation Serivce. We are also grateful to the following who gave addresses in the Chapel: the Reverends J. Murray, Rector of St. Peter ' s Anglican Church, Quamichan, L. Leonard, Roman Catholic Priest in charge of the local Parish of Shawnigan Lake, and J. Ware, Minister of the United Church in Duncan and father of Harley who graduated this year. The annual Founder ' s Day Service was again a great success although there were rather fewer parents and Old Boys present. However, it is mainly for the benefit of the present boys who greatly appreciated the address of Old Boy Brigadier S.E.E. Morres, 1920 24. Perhaps the highlight of the year was the wonderful response of the boys to an appeal for funds for Operation Eyesight. The thanks of the Chapel Committee are also expressed to Mrs. McClelland and Mrs. Le Roux for their very decorative arrangements of flowers in the Chapel throughout the year, and to the Sacristans and Servers who helped the Chaplain in the day to day running of the Chapel. The now customary barbecue at the end of the year at the McClelland ' s home was certainly enjoyed by all. Trent Stenmark Senior Sacristan
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OBITUARIES BRUCE MAXHAM It was with deep regret that the school learned of the accidental death of Bruce Maxham at the age of 24. A house prefect in Lake ' s and a graduate of the Class of 75, Bruce, whose home was Victoria, was a student at the University. Always a keen athlete Bruce was warming up for a bicycle race in the city when he hit a rope used to retain the spectators. Travelling at full speed with his head down he was thrown to the ground and, since his helmet had come off when he collided with the rope, he suffered severe injury to his head. Surgery at the Victoria General Hospital was unsuccessful and he remained in a coma until his death. At Shawnigan Bruce was a keen oarsman and rugby player. After graduating from the school he continued with his rugby playing with the Castaways. In addition, he played cricket with Saanich and squash with the Harbour Court Club. It goes without saying that all of us at the school who remember Bruce extend to his family our deepest sympathy at such a tragic loss. G.L. Anderson MICHAEL HOWRIGAN The School community and especially his many friends among the student body were both shocked and infinitely saddened by the accidental death of Mike Howrigan on March 23rd while riding his motorbike in Victoria. A memorial service at First Memorial in Victoria atten- ded by family and friends was conducted by the Rev. Canon Horace McClelland, the School Chaplain. Joe Grey, Michael ' s Housemaster, read the lesson from the Book of the Revelation and a close friend from this year ' s gradua- ting class, Matthew Clarke, addressed the capacity congre- gation, giving a moving account of Michael ' s life and personality. Michael was a rower who took part in the summer tour of 1981 and competed with success at the Burton, Hunting- don, Richmond and Henley Royal regattas in England. The editorial committee of the Stag and Newsletter joins the School in offering sincere condolences to the Howrigan family. G.L. Anderson.
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SCHOLARSHIP HOLDERS D.J.C Beer (1981) E.J. Colbourne (1980) D.G. Fraser (1981) P.S. Lavin (1979) M.F. Pittman (1980) F.R. Pletcher (1979) CM. Repen (1981) D.P. Schieldrop (1978) J.M. Smart (1978) J.M. Turner (1981) A.J. Wooldridge (1980) J.D. Wooldridge (1978) S.G. Wright (1980) GAMES CAPTAINS Badminton Basketball Golf Field Hockey Ice Hockey Rowing Rugby Sailing Soccer Squash Tennis Track and Field T.W.S. Seeger W.M. Gibson S.A. McColl R.B. Girotto R.D. Unicume D.P. Schieldrop M. Collver J.M.S. Hipwell R.B. Girotto E.J. Colbourne J.D. Wooldridge D.S. Coalman
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