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

 - Class of 1965

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TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD 3 countrymen eliminate a race of people. Discipleship is an alarm going off at 6:30 a.m. on the Feast of St. Luke. Discipleship is a young American being killed in Mississippi because he dares to register coloured people for voting. Discipleship is passing R. K. Discipleship is passing Chemistry. Discipleship is the two bottles of "coke" and that bag of potato chips you didn't buy because someone is starving in India. Discipleship is a fine pair of callouses on the knees. Discipleship is finding joy in the simple fact of being alive. Discipleship is the joy which comes to the creature as he offers himself to his Creator in worship. -B. J. B. THE CHOIR W. J. R. Austin, P. F. Carey, C. S. Chubb, K. H. S. Clarke, J. C. C. Currelly, D. J. Galbraith, P. G. Grant, P. B. Jackson, P. W. Joy, H. B. Kennedy, K. S. Kennedy, M. D. P. Marshall, R. B. Noble. R. D. C. Rudolf. F. J. Rupert, J. R. Ryrie, J. M. Sedgewick, R. H. Smith. E. F. Willis. I? I U -.. I GRIXP IES G. H. Ambrose I'60-'64l Four years at T.C.S. made "Bambi'l almost an institution in himself. Always reliable, he could be counted on for his best. The musical side of Gordon was displayed fully in his first year, where he sang as a tenor in the Gordon-Wilson production of "The Pirates of Penzance" and in the Glee Club. In the Fourth Form, activities become more demanding and more numerous. Gord devoted typical thorough- ness to the Glee Club, Choir, Librarians the re- ceived a special Librarians' awardl. Sacristans and the Littleside Football Squad. In succeeding years Gordon became Head Choir Boy, Head Librarian. an Editor of the Record, a Crucifer, a tackle for the Bigside Squad, first runner-up on Sports Day, second runner-up in the Oxford Cup race. and a House Officer. In all these things Gordon was markedly conscientious. On Speech Day Gordon was awarded the Best Cadet prize. a Choir award, and a special prize for the best essay in the Record. We are cer-

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2 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD School gives us a sense of continuityg we are put on our mettle by -the record of those who have gone before, and as their record of achievement has been extraordinary, so we strive to equal and surpass it. A sense of pride in the past achievements of T.C.S. boys is by no means out of place, for it fosters a respect for the School's aims. The force of tradition can also enrich our outlook and give us some concrete yardstick with which to measure our efforts and achievements. Thus it is my firm belief that tradition can play a key role in enriching the School and developing a sense of responsibility amongst its members, providing it is not accepted uncritically. Discussion of the force of tradition can prevent this from happening, and it is to that end that this editorial is written. -D'A. P. M. ., ix ,gp ld... K in lil! fc . unc Sf? liTQ5a3f CHAPEL NOTES Jesus Christ is the Lord of life. One of the great lessons that we 20th Century men and women must learn is that Jesus is not just Lord of our prayer lives but of our whole lives, all that we are, all that we do. .Thus the disciple of Christ is one who works out his discipleship in each and every sphere of his life however small or large, however trivial or imf portant. Discingeship is a spit in the face because you're a Negro and are sitting at the wrong lunch counter. Discipfeship is singing a hymn you don't like. Discipleship is Pope John XXIII leading the Christian Churches in new discoveries of Christian unity. Disciileship is a young scientist working late in the lab as he re- searches the cause of cancer. Discialeshiyp is a smile as you run off 4 quarters. Discioieshiwi is praying for a dying relative. Ilisc-iieshii is dying. l Discizn eshiyi sticking to the math problem until it's solved. Uisci a eshiji is being hung by the Nazis because your name is Dietrich Bonhoeffcr and you stubbornly refuse to look the other way as your



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4 TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL RECORD tain that the qualities of thoroughness, quiet efficiency, and unselfish willingness which made Gord successful at T.C.S. will make him success- ful in whatever he undertakes in life, and especially at Trinity College, Toronto. where he is now studying. P. S. Boultbee C60-'64l Pete came to the School in 1960 playing Littleside basketball and Littleside cricket. In his second year Pete got into the swing of things. He played Middleside basketball and Little- 13" G9 side cricket again. He was president of the Dra- 'p matics Society, a member of the Junior Political ' "'-' Science Club, and the Glee Club. He came second 'eff' in the Oxford Cup, and won the Trinity Prize for coming first in his Form. In Fifth Form Peter went up to Bigside basket- ball and Bigside football. He was on the track team and came first in the Oxford Cup. He was a mem- ber of the Choir, the Dramatics Club, the Glee Club. the Pat Moss Club, the Quacks and the Senior Political Science Club, and was a Stage Hand. He was also in the Precision Squad and was made a House Officer at the end of the term. In Pete's last year he was again on Bigside football and Bigside bas- ketball receiving full colours in the latter. He was a member of the Senior Political Science Club, the Choir, a Stage Hand, and for the second time, won the Oxford Cup. "Zeb", as he was called, was known throughout the School for his keenness in athletics and in other school activities. His participation and achievement in so many fields led to his appointment as a School Prefect, a position he filled very responsibly. We are sure that his record will remain extraordinarily good at Bishop's where he is now studying. A. M. Cowie l'58-'64l 'tMorg" came to the Senior School via the J.S. where he received col- ours in Soccer and Football and distinguished him- self as a "C" dormer. In the lower forms of the Senior School Morg progressed up the Cricket ladder from Littleside , e Colours to Middleside Colours and in fifth form he acted as Bigside Cricket manager, one of those unsung heroes of the School who make sure the team is well equipped for the Gentleman's game. Without the manager, Mr. Corbett would still be whitewashing pads by himself. We saw Morg participating in all facets of school life during his fifth form year. He was a member of the Make-up Crew and the Stage Hands lduring performances Morg could be seen swinging among the beamslg he showed determina- tion in the Oxford Cupg he took the wrath of Mr. Hargraft on the Pre- cision Squad with his ever present smileg he worked heartily for the Pat Moss Vlub: the Formal would not have been as smooth as it was without his able hand to help direct it, he also was a Sacristan in good standing. In his last year Morg was even more outstanding than in the previous 5'

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