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6231 CEJ, R. P. Prince Albert, Sask.

Chem ical

RCN Eng ineering

Ray, more commonly known as "uniclutch" was one of these fortunate non-rifle bearers

of the senior term. Roy was Cadet Flight Leader of Vancouver Flight for the First and Honour Slates and held the position of Cadet Squadron Leader for the Second Slate. Roy has been on outstanding sportsman at Roods. The Middle-weight Championship in his junior year and the Light-heavy Boxing Championship in his senior yea r fell to him . He is a member of the First XV and the star center of Vancouver Flight's hockey team . His future plans include marriage to a French girl and at least six children.

6229 CARSON, E.J .P. Manotick, Onto

CA(R) RCI Arts

Although John's home town is presently Manotick, he is from everywhere in particula r

and nowhere in general. Wanderlust caused him to turn down R.O.T.P. so that he could tour Europe for a yea r instead. Fortunate ly for the Army, John reapplied and his trovels ended for a while at Royal Roods. His many activities have led John from a Cadet Section Commander to Cadet Flight Leader of Thompson Flight. He ha s taken an active interest in the O.C.U. and is the Protestant choirmaster. John is a student of the trumpet and has progressed from the melodious "Wakey-wakey" to t he more polished numbers of the Skylarks.

6314 SMART, S.E. Toronto, Onto

RCAF Tech/CE Civil Engineering

Stu came back from a summer of chauffeuring for Mike Bond at Clinton to be the Cadet Band Master of the Royal Roads Bond . He was given this position on the Honour Slate alsa. He is noted for his absence during weekends weekends during which he is not wearing a red sash, that is. Stu was on excellent athlete but his promising stort made in his first year was cut short by an arm broken on the high box . Stu is well- liked by all and his sense of responsibility and de votion to duty inspire admiration for him among his term-motes.

621S AILEY, B.W. Centralia, Onto

R.C.A.F. Pilot Mechanical Engineering

At Royal Roods Brion or more commonly " Beetle " stands above everyone else. This i5 With his height advantage Brion was a

mainly because he is six feet three inches short.

star player on the Representative Basketball and vo ll eyba ll teams. maintains his average in second closs honours wi :h very litt le trouble .

Academically, Brian With h is abilities,

Brion was a natural choice for Cadet Flight Leader of Vancouver Flight for the Second Slate. Brion's motto has been to "toke it cool"

but somehow people ha ve mixed the word

"cool" with "slack" and he works hard to live down the impression .

As we all know, he

is looking forward to a pleasant summer in Moose Jaw, Sask. where he will train as a pilot.

627S McNEILL, W.D. Abbotsford, B.C.

CA(R) RCE Civil Engineering

Bill came to Royal Roads with three years of military service, a swinging sense of Scottish humour and a passion to be an Army officer. In our first year, when the system got us down, he was alwa ys there with the sound advi ::e or the cheerful spi rit that pulled us

th roug h. A natural with "changing room ballads", he became one of the ori ginal "Rooden ts." This year, as a member of the Mackenzie wee pipe-smokers, he distinguished himself in such great capers as the "Chief 's cabin inspection panic." H is ability as a radi o technician shone through when he bisected Ron's portable and when he transformed his speaker into

a cardboard box . Having earned the Honour Slate position of Cadet Wing Warrant Officer, he strode proudly into the job, guarding our square against poor drill, seohowks, and the untidies.

As he leaves Roods with his sights on Chilliwack and R.M.C., we wish him the best of everything in the future.

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1962 Log Canadian Services College Royal Roads  

This 1962 yearbook, known as The Log, commemorates the events at Canadian Services College Royal Roads in Victoria, BC, Canada. A hardcopy o...

1962 Log Canadian Services College Royal Roads  

This 1962 yearbook, known as The Log, commemorates the events at Canadian Services College Royal Roads in Victoria, BC, Canada. A hardcopy o...