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TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD 9
The hour aroused a great deal of enthusiasm, and we
are all looking forward to frequent recurrences in the
The New Boys' Picnic
On Sunday, September 24, the New Boys were invited
to a picnic by the Headmaster. Shortly after morning
chapel, the prospective picnickers piled into a bus and
rolled off to the glen at the ski-camp. All were warmly
dressed to combat the surprising cold of this month.
On arrival the new boys broke up into groups. the
majority to play softball, some to try their skill at archery
under the supervision of Mr. Solly-Flood. A game of touch-
rugby was organized, and a few went off to explore the
At about one o'clock the lid of a pot was sounded and
all rushed to enjoy the delicious meal prepared by the
Headmaster and his helpers. It consisted of sausages in
rolls, corn-on-the-cob, ice cream, and cookies. At the end
of the meal there were fourteen helpings of ice cream left,
so they were placed about the cottage and a hunt for them
In the afternoon, another enthusiastic game of soft-
ball was played. One group went off, presumably to study
nature. This group ended up in a wild chase after some
amateur "engineers", who, with the help of levers, were
rolling boulders down the slopes towards the "naturalists".
At four o'clock all climbed once again into the bus.
and rattled back to School, weary and dishevelled. The
picnic was a great success and much credit is due to the
masters and members of the Duty Sixth, for giving the
new boys a very happy day.
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S TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD
General Hospital, we are relieved to know that he is mak-
ing such good progress and we hope to see him at T.C.S.
again before long.
Father Joseph Driscoll, S.J., of Regiopolis College,
Kingston, wrote in September to compliment the T.C.S.
boys on their conduct while returning to School by train
from Toronto on September 13th. "There were two cars
full of your boys," Father Driscoll said, "and large and
small they all conducted themselves as perfect gentlemen.
They were a credit to Trinity."
It was extremely good of Father Driscoll to write and
we were most happy to receive such a letter.
The School was glad to see the return of "Amateur
Hours", and we hope these will be held at regular inter-
vals. Mr. Snelgrove discovered the talent at the gala open-
ing on Saturday, September 23, when the proceedings were
led by Mr. Landry whose extensive repertoire of songs was
supported voluminously by the School. Mr. Landry hopes
that in future the songs may be led by one of the boys. He
feels that good song leaders are all too few nowadays and
he is sure there are many fellows around the School who
would like to have a try.
The most popular feature of the evening was "Tzena
'l'zena" played by a new quartet of Jim Rumball, Dave
Smith, George Allan, and Mr. Snelgrove. They played the
accordian, the banjo and two pianos respectively. They
continued with several other popular songs and closed with
a harmonious rendition of their theme "Three Blind Mice".
Dave Smith earned an encore with his solo of "But-
tons and Bows" on the banjo. Pete Phippen and Kim
Kertland, two younger prodigies, harmonized with some
fine mouth-organ playing.
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10 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD
ANNUAL INSPECTION REPORT ,OF THE T.C.S.
The following report has just been received from Air
Ceremonial Drill, Squadron Drill, Flight Drill, Rifle Drill-
This Squadron has attained an excellent standard of
drill, as evidenced in the drill competition.
Training displays other than drill-A very high standard.
gymnastic display was presented involving all cadets.
This Squadron has a very good cadet band.
Personnel--Air Cadet Oflicers' efficiency above average.
Appearance immaculate. Air cadets general appear-
ance .very good. Alertness exceptional. Discipline,
Equipment and Publications-Equipment in good condi-
tion. Uniforms self-maintained by cadets. Publications
General remarks and recommendations-Accommodation
facilities excellent. Excellent school grounds for drill
Aitken, A. O.-Form VI Scholarship C46D, Prefect, Half
First Team Soccer Colour, Choir, Half First Team
Squash Colour, Editor-in-chief of Record, Debat-
ing, Lieutenant Governor's Medal for English.
Baker, C. C. M.-Form VI A C47J, Senior, XII, V, Half
First Team, Political Science Club, Sacristan,
Record, Half First Team Oxford Cup.
Brinckman, J. F.-Form VI A C44J, Middleside Soccer,
Political Science Club.
Brodeur, J. H.-Form V Special C453 , House Oilicer, XII.
Cleland, D. L.--Form VI Scholarship f,47,Q House Oflicer,
V, Political Science Club, Sacristan, Award for
Good Spirit and Achievement, Record.
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