Trinity College School - Record Yearbook (Port Hope, Ontario Canada)

 - Class of 1961

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TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL mzcoim 3.5 The Rev. K. W. GLEED The School is quickly realizing how fortunate it is to have the Rev. Keith William Gleed as its Chaplain. Mr. Gleed replaces Canon C. G. Law- rence who retired last June. Mr. Gleed went to Appleby College for six years and then spent a year at Malvern. After working for two years at the Bank of Commerce. he then worked a year for the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. After these three years, Mr. Gleed decided to enter the church. lle at- tended McGil1 for three years, taking a theology course. In 1959 he was ordained, and appointed to St. Mark's Parish in Toronto, where he helped with a youthful gang called the "Saints". In March he was transferred to St. Aiden's Church in Toronto. Shortly after this appointment, he was asked to be Chaplain at T.C.S. In the short time that he has been with us, he has become very popular with all the boys both in the classroom and out on the playing field. Although his Middleside League team didn't win the championship, the boys all enjoyed playing under him. To the Rev. Keith Gleed we extend our best wishes, and hope that his stay here will be both long and enjoyable. Mr. MAWHINNEY Mr. Mawhinney comes to us from Temiskaming, Quebec. where he has been teaching High School for the past two years. Previous to this. he studied at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, where he played on both the football and hockey teams. One of his favorite pastimes is geology, and he spends each summer in the far north working as a geologist. Having assisted with Bigside football this term, he will be coaching the Middleside Basketball team during the winter months. We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Mawhinney to T.C.S., and wish that their stay here may be a most pleasant one.

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35 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD . 5 NWN , 41.9 N .LQ - X R' ki MR. T. G. CONNELL It is rare when we have a man of such a varied background come to TCS. as a master. Mr. Connell spent eighteen years in West Africa, during which time he served as a District Officer in such places as Lagos, and The Cameroons. and as a Commissioner in Gambia. In this capacity he acted as a general administrator-helping the natives with self government, run- ning a prison, and acting as Magistrate. He once had to collect 553,000 in pennies! During his eighteen years with the Colonial Service, he contracted malaria and was forced to return to England, where he worked in the office of a group of Chartered Accountants in Cambridge. We should like to take this opportunity to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Connell to T.C.S., and wish Mr. Connell well in his new capacity as Brent Housemaster. MR. FRANKLIN Mr. Franklin was born in Birmingham in Warwickshire. He received the equivalent of our Senior Matric at King Edward School, where he was awarded a State Scholarship. From there he joined the navy and went to London University, where he received his diploma as a Russian interpreter. Then, after his basic training, he took a course in Slavonic and East Euro- pean languages, and went to the Baltic area. After the war he returned to England and went to Cambridge where, besides receiving his diploma in Italian, Spanish, French and Vulgar Latin, he met and married lVIrs. Franklin. Upon graduating from Cambridge, Mr. Franklin was offered a teaching position at the Bell School of Languages, which is affiliated with Cambridge. He taught there for several years and then came directly to T.C.S. In addition to being the coach of the winning Middleside League Foot- ball team. Mr. Franklin donates his talents as a rugger player to a team in Peterborough and he hopes to start a rugger team here at T.C.S. The whole school extends to Mr. Franklin, his charming wife, and their son Nicholas, a hearty welcome, and we hope that their life in Canada xxill be most enjoyable.



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37 TRINITY COLLEGE SCIIOOL RECORD . 410 Q ' r Ig? . 5 '. X 1 4 B A 6 BETHUNE HOUSE NOTES The Bethune Fellows are off to a big bang this year. On a recent tour of the House, I walked into room 303 only to be greeted by a volley of GH.XYpes, a "hail Caesar", and a funny little bird with a big beak walking around squealing, HKEEBLE? KEEBLE'??', Ron's been MEDLAND with Carol and rumour has it he will soon be an honorary Old Boy. GIBBY and BULLET- IIEAD are planning a marriage, but they have to find a REV first. CROTCHY and LTNY are sick of lending checks for BEBOP'S bank. Moving into Top Dorm Bethune, we found everything quiet. except for Wallis practising Yoga, and Grynoch carving his initials in his soap. Down in middle dorm, they're still trying to fool Captain SIL BIL, the sailor. and BLACKBEARD BILL, with a smoke screen. Didn't work, tho,' eh Kelly? Someone has been ROBIN'SOME rides from Mrs. D. That didn't ork either. We can CALLUM 'ilanil On middle flat. EEYORE has been playing Winnie the Pooh following tracks around in a circle. He finally ended up in ROSIE ROE'S room, and u as immediately BOUNCED out. JAMBIE can't wait to see his cat: OSCAR'S getting lonely. A great big THOM cat named JERVIS lost a pair of BOOTS while ROWLING around behind the tuck shop: this all goes to prove that people who live in GLASS houses shouldn't throw STONES. The FEMME is the sole survivor of B.S.A. His only comment: "Moe is Men! Sam still can't get enough to eat. Try coming on time, Sam. TYRONE .Xnstis has been making eyes at S L Hudson. VINCE is trying to keep 'VINIMYS rodents out of the house. He thinks they're noisies than RALPH. Over in Trinity, BREWER BEAR has been trying to SQUARE up a Erilliard ball. Ile even tried to put a WHITEHEAD on a cue tip. Hels DENCE. 5.-XIIIB is tired of playing "QUEEN for a day" and the ANIMAL sounds 4-oming from BEASTS record player keep him awake all night. Is "The Twist" the only record vou have, fellows? There's a rumour on bottom flat that TOM has HAMMERed himself tightly into a TANK and BARRELled off to Florida to see his Talahassie Lassie. SPONGE has been soaking up water out of the LITTLE JOHN at the and of the hall. STLTB has had a SHORTO1' finger for a few WEEKS. Who's LYN. John? BIGSIDE beat you to Judy, you know. MAL has a new job. Iles advertising for maiden FORM, but can't keep still long enough. He rlaims he's IILMBLE and can't keep up with ROBBIE. NORM and DICK

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