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Trinity College School Record
Vol. 57. Trinity College School, Port Hope, October, 1953. No. 1.
Editor-in-Chief-H. L. Ross
News Editor-P. W. A. Davison Sports Editor-P. M. Kilburn
Features Editor-H. D. Molson Literary Editor-J. R. Cartwright
Business Manager ........................................................ J. B. W. Cumberland
Assistants ........ -B. R. Angus, M. J. Audain, J. R. Blaikie, K. A. Blake,
J. W. Boake, G. L. Boone, W. F. Boughner, D. C. Budge, T. R.
Carsley, L. T. Colman, R. G. Church, M. R. L. Davies, A. D. Donald,
D. A. Drummond, D. L. C. Dunlap, D. I. Goodman, D. S. Kertland,
R. H. C. Labatt, B. Leech, A. K. R. Martin, R. Matthews, H. R. A.
Montemurro, D. S. Osler, J. A. Price, R. C. Proctor, P. F. M.
Saegert, P. M. Spicer, E. H. ten Broek, A. A. van Straubenzee,
D. M. Willoughby, R. I. K. Young.
Typists ........ D. C. Hayes, E. A. Long, C. D. MacInnes, I. S. M. Mitchell,
J. R. Ruddy, L. A. W. Sams, H. M. Scott, R. C. Sherwood.
Illustrations ............................ J. F. deWattevi1le, P. H. Roe, C. H. Ruddy.
Treasurer .......................................................................... P. R. Bishop, Esq.
Managing Editor .... .............................................. A . H. Humble, Esq.
The Record is published five times a year in the months of October,
December, March, June and August.
Authorized as Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.
Printed by The Port Credit Weekly, Port Credit, Ont.
In the newspapers every day there is usually a story
about an act of heroism, perhaps a woman has rescued
her child from her burning home, or a man has saved some-
one from drowning. The reading public usually think of
them as heroes, and as being uncommonly courageous.
But in many cases these people are not possessed of
any more courage or heroism than the average person. The
woman would, in most situations like this, be driven by
blind unreasoning fear towards getting her child out of the
building, her love for it would outweigh any worries about
danger to herself. By the same token, most men, if they
knew how to swim at all, would at least attempt to save a
drowning person without stopping to consider the risk to
their own lives. These heroic deeds are caused more by
blind instinct than by rational thought.
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A. J. B. Higgins iHead Prefecth, R. W. Johnson, F. B. C. Tice.
Brent-J. B. YV. Cumberland, J. D. Seagram.
Bethune--P. J. P. Burns.
Brent-J. R. S. Ryley, D. M. Willoughby, C. R. Brine, P. W. A. Davison
A. D. Donald, C. H. Scott.
Bethune-G. L. Boone, A. C. Brewer, M. H. Higgins, H L Ross,
D. G. F. Marpole, K. F. Newland
Head Sacristan-P. W. A. Davison.
Crucifers--J. B. W. Cumberland, P. W. A. Davison, J. D. Seagram
Captain-A. C. Brewer. Vice-Captain-M. H. Higgins
Editor-in-Chief-H. L. ROSS.
Assistant Editors-P. W. A. Davison, P. M. Kilburn, H. D. Molson
J. R. Cartwright.
Business Manager-J. B. W. Cumberland.
D. C. Hayes and D. M. VVilloughby CI-Iead Librariansl, B. R. Angus
J. M. Colman, D. L. C. Dunlap, J. A. McKee, H. M. Scott,
E. H. ten Broek.
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2 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD
However, there is a rarer, far superior type of courage,
wliich few people can claim to have. It is the courage that
religious martyrs had, when they sacrificed their lives at
the stake, rather than recant their religious beliefs. It is
the courage that makes people stand up for what they know
to be right, regardless of the consequences. To put it briefly,
it is the courage to be different.
Such situations sometimes occur in a boarding school
of this type. The ideal of too many of the boys here is to
be the same as the rest of the group with whom they spend
their time. Many of the boys will gladly do anything,
whether right or wrong, to remain popula.r with the rest
of their friends. It is a rare person who will refuse to fol-
low the bad example of his comrades and say that it is
wrong, therefore he will not do it. If he has the courage
to do this, he will sometimes be shunned by all his former
friends and will not have a happy time at school. He will
then either admit defeat and, by surrendering his principles,
hope to regain some of his lost popularity, or else he will
def end his beliefs, and have the inward satisfaction or know-
ing that he has the strength of character to be different.
Such a man rarely has many friends, but the few that he
has will be true friends because they respect him for his
courage. It is only this sort of man that will achieve real
success, the others will be condemned to a life of mediocrity.
A boarding school like T.C.S. provides a severe testing
ground for such a person. If he can stand up to any criticism
here, he will gain the confidence and strength of character
to surmount any obstacle he meets in later life.
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