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6222 BOYKO, R. Prince Albert, Sosk.

CA(R) R.CE.M.E. Engineering Physics

The east-west conflict that is the perpetual struggle for supremacy among cadets, is carried on in full force by Roy, and when he tokes part in any discussions on the subject,

the balance of power always sways to Western Canada . Roy is the only coder ot Roads who, in taking a radio apart, con lose some pieces and still have it working better on reassembly , Whenever music from this radio seeps into the halls, you can be sure he is relaxing standard at the some time.

with books and pen -

and raising his academic

t n sports, Ray was very enthusiastic and was best ot hockey, playing right wing on Fraser's power line.

6243 DUNNE, P.J. Toronto, Onto

R.CA. F. Rodio-Nov. Generol Science

A well travelled man is Pot, who entered Canada only seven years ago .

He graduated

from Oakwood Collegeote in Toronto. However, Pat 's travelling days are not over as he is training to be a radio navigator in the R.C.A.F. Pat's many talents include diving, painting both in water colours and ails, working out

on the trampoline and track and field.

During his two years at Roods he has distinguished

himself on the swimming and water-polo team s. trampoline competition.

Pat also placed third in the provincial

He is well liked by his term motes and his friendly nature will stand him in good stead in his career.

6247 Gibson, L. Cambridge, N .S.

R.C.A.F. Tech/CE. Civil Engineering

Len is another firm patriot of the true Eastern Canada as he hails from Kins Caunty,

Novo Scotia. Not being able to get the coast out of his system, he joined the air force, pocked his bogs and come to Roads. Len is a conscientious and hord worker in academics and because of his constant drive

he is a difficult man to beat on the spaqs field . injury sidelined him.

Len played for the First XV until an

If hard work ond drive mean anything Len is sure to be a success.

CA(R) RCI Honours Arts

6250 GRIMSHAW, L.E. St. Cotherines, Onto

Lou is a career officer who started out early in the services, first as a codet Lt. Colonel

and then as on N.C.O. in the Lincoln and Weiland Regt . He was a member of the Rifle Team for two years being Captain the second where he gained experience that will be helpful when he makes use of the medium sized arsenal that he has built up of his own. A hard working member of the erudite eight, Lou generally has a considerable portion of the college library in hi s cabin. In the infantry, and having on Arts degree too, he cannot help but have a successful career.

6260 HOLMES, R.R. Agincourt, Onto

CA(R) R.C.A.C Honours Arts

Ramsey is one of the many cadets who hails from Ontario. He is One of the artsmen for he felt that economics and essays were better than physics and lob reports. Ramsey's winning smile and determination mode him the friend of all and a great asset in the

band.

Starting his senior term as C.s.c., he was promoted to Cadet Bond Moster for the

Second Slate.

A great debater, as all artsmen are, Ramsey seems to have his soy in the

friendly arguments around Champlain Flight's table . years in Kingston -

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wonder why?

He is looking forward to his two

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...