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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
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
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Qjune 6th., 19705
Speech Day- Sports Day, as usual, dawned bright and clear, and
a goodly number of Parents and friends assembled in the Gym to cele-
brate the 64th. anniversary ceremonies. After the Headmasteris Report,
which this year is printed in full, lNIr. Ronald R. Jeflels, c.D., B.A., B.ED.
CAlbertal. M..-x. QGantab.l, Director of Admissions, University of Vic-
toria, presented the academic awards, of which the full list is appended,
and then spoke principally to the boys on their inheritance in the
world of today. He drew comparisons between the world inherited by
his generation and theirs. He delved into History, but wisely refrained
from forecasting the future, and appealed to them not to ignore com-
pletely the lessons of the past in dealing with the future, but to profit
from the good things which they had inherited in the continuing line
It was a first-class Speech Day Address, erudite and humorous, which
met with the response it deseryedma rapt audience and a sincere
uthank-youn, Hrst from the Head Prefect, Justin A. Meeker, and then
from Mr. Logan Mayhew, Vice-Chairman of the Board. The proceed-
ings ended, as usual, with a lusty rendering of the School Song, and
everyone adjourned for lunch, followed by the Sports, at which ldrs.
Jeffels graciously presented the trophies to the winners.
"Mr, Mayhew, Mr. Jehnels, Ladies and Gentlemen: Once again I
am delighted to welcome Parents and Friends to Speech Day-Sports
Day, an annual event which nowadays appears to recur with ever-
increasing frequency. Although it is indeed a long time since my first
Speech Day here, with the boxing ring in the old gymnasium as a
platform and a very small audience indeed, it seems only a few weeks
ago that we were assembled for the 1969 Exercises, and only the vast
amount of activity which has occurred in the meantime underlines the
fact that a year has indeed passed.
"In contemplating these same events we find that some things stand
out. First is the good academic standing of the VI Form, who should
produce very good results in Departmental Exams this June. Second,
last November the School underwent a thorough inspection by a
former Senior Inspector of Secondary Schools for Greater Vancouver,
and I am glad to report that his Hnal summation was excellent and
concluded with the following observation - 'Parents should be able to
enroll their sons with confidence in this schoolf Practically the only
adverse comment in the Report referred to inadequate space to imple-
ment our otherwise satisfactory Art Programme, and the action on this
was gratifying. A group of boys, headed by Brock Higginbotham and
under the direction of Mr. Wood and Mr. Brookman, undertook as a
school project not only the construction of an additional Art Room
but also a permanent Theatre, equipped with stage, projection box,
lighting etc., out of the old and long-disused Dining Room, with a
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