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Page 10 text:
duced. and then. on correction. for Hthree beers'. which. sadly, were
fl? To the Rugby Tourists. for their success abroad.
i5 f To the Senior Track Relay Team. for equalling the High School
Record at Centennial Stadium.
K6 To Miller. for his S100 Cadet Scholarship awarded by the
XN'omen's Auxiliary to the Canadian Scottish Regiment.
Hi To the Master who selected a Cross Country Team and then
sent them out as markers on the course.
Wil To those volunteers who did much towards making the Cadet
Inspection a success.
ffli To Lt.-Col. Girard. for the award of the 'Silver Acorn, CII
Highest Awardi. from Governor-General Roland Rlichener. for "Es-
pecially-distinguished Services to Scoutingf, fThe Governor-General
is. of course. the Chief Scout of Canada.J In his earlier days at the
school Scouts flourished strongly under his leadership.
H01 To the new Visitor-The Rt.-Rey. F. R. Gartrell, B.A., L.TH.,
Familiar Scene, by Mr. Gardiner
Page 9 text:
The Ven. Archdeacon C. E. F. WOLFF
Rector of St. Luke's
R. SPICER, M.D. CLondonj, M.R.c1.s.
MISS E. BIRCHMAN, R.N.
Lt.-Col. R. GIRARD, R.c.A. CRet'd.l
The Headmaster's resignation after twenty-two years in office brings
to an end an era marked by progress in all fields and the construction
of many new buildings, of which in 1948 the school was in sore need.
He is to be succeeded, with effect from lst. August, by Mr. Richard
L. Gordon, BA. fAlbertal, lVI.A. fOxon.l, a former Rhodes Scholar
and Headmaster of St. John's-Ravenscourt School, Wlinnipeg. This
major change must inevitably dwarf all other events of the school year
and, as an alternative to the customary School Notes, the Headmasterls
Speech Day Report is printed in full. In 1948 this Magazine quoted
Tennyson with UThe old order changeth, yielding place to new," and
once again this quotation has become apt. Many expressions of goodwill
have been received by the Headmaster and Mrs. Timmis from all sec-
tions of school life - present Students, Old Boys, Governors, Staff and
the educational world of British Columbia outside the School itself,
which last indicates how great has been the impact made by the School
outside its borders. These tokens -- some of them very practical ones -
have been greatly appreciated, and it is sincerely hoped that the same
support will be given to the new Headmaster. Fortunately Mr. Gordon
is a man of considerable experience, and to him and lVlrs. Gordon a
very warm welcome is extended.
Mr. and Mrs. Timmis will be living at 4351 Blenkinsop Road, Vic-
toria, B.C., where they will hope to receive visits from all members of
the school family - past, present and future.
Congratulations are due:
Qlj To Mrs. McDonough, who, after a quarter-century's devoted
service to the School, retired during the last Summer Vacation. She
keeps in close touch, and continues to take great interest in the School
and the Old Boys.
Q25 To Harvey House Teams, for their many victories throughout
the year, and especially to Freistadt, for not only winning the Junior
Cross Country but nearly catching Logan in the Senior.
C35 To a Senior on Sports Day, for mistaking the Headmaster's in-
structions for "three cheersn, First for "three chairs", which he pro-
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J. A. Meeker
R. G. hlorgan
M. R. Reeves
Verger M. Tunnicliffe
Chaplain's Wfarden R. G. Morgan
HC3dH19.St61',S Warden C. A. Rainsford
R. G. hlorgan
J. A. Meeker
House Prefects House Prefects
R. Dade B. Meeker
S. Keenlyside G. A. Rainsford
T. I. hlaclntosh M. Tunnicliljfe
D. A. Singleton
R. Nl. Leeining
C. R. P. Spicer
Vice-President XX Club: A. Meeker
Head Librarian: G. NI. Considine
President Projection Club: hi. Tunniclillfe
Capt. lst. XV: A. Meeker
Vice-Capt. lst. XV: lNI. R. Reeves
Capt. Cricket: M. Tunniclihfe
Capt. Tennis: D. A. Stelck
Capt. Basketball: C. M. Dykes
Capt. Badminton: D. A. Stelck
Capt. Volleyball: K. C. Herr
Capt. Swimming: D. A. Stelck
Capt. Athletics: V. W. Smith
Capt. Cross Country: W. C. Logan
Connnodore Sailing Club: D. D. CornwallfD.
O.C. Cadet Corps: Capt. R. XV. Neal
Capt. Chess: C. M. Considine
. Shooting: C. hi. Considine
M. R. Reeves
D. G. McPhee
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