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6303 RON8ERG, M.E. Calgary, Alto.

R.CAF. C.E. Civil Engineering

The "Berg" is well known for his tongue in cheek humorous satire on anything and everything. He started out the year as Captain of the volleyball team but a rugger game retired him for the rest of the year from anything more strenuous thon walking.

It is

to his credit that he took all this extra time away from sports without complaint, using it to

study so that he could corry out his ambition of building backhauses for the R.C.A.F.

6305 ROW, R.A. Smith Falls, Onto

R.CAF. Nov. Civil Engineering

Dick's great ability on the sports field has mode him Hudson Flight's rival to John Landy. He is a member of the First XV and was a big asset in every game. His spi rit boosted Hudson flight In all sports and his hard work was reworded when in the Second Slate he was mode Cadet Flight Leader. Dick is on Easterner from the metropolis of Smith Falls, but he has Western hospitality. Many a night his cabin is a smaller version of the Senior Gunroom wth all the extras of

food and music. to success.

With a big smile and a pleasant personality, Dick will go for on the rood

6307 SANGSTER, G.L. Ottowa, Onto

CA(R) R.CAC. General Science

Grey has often been described on the rugger pitch as on irresistible force. Once he begins to move there is little that can stop him save the goal line. Grey used this ability both in interflight competition and as a member of the First XV. With Tom Calow, Grey represents the Royal Roods Stomp Club. Few core parcels enter the college without him asking, begging, and pleading for the stomps. is necessory.

He ha s always maintained that relaxation

To help him relox he has found a cute young miss in Victoria whom he visits

each weekend.

Grey's drive will make him a fine officer and a good soldier.

R.CAF. Tel. General Science

6309 SAUNDERS, J.M. Vancouver, S.c. Jim is one of the luckiest cadets in the college.

He doesn't eat Sunday suppers here .

Any Sunday afternoon he is seen going on leave to Oak Boy.

His cheerfulness has gained

him many friends in the flight and the college . Jim is probably most noted for his "redhot two gallon can" theory of cooking . He played soccer the first port of the year, then become one of the more faithful members of the Rep Calwoad Team on Wednesday afternoons.

Jim had the honour of receiving the award for taking up the least space on the

dance floor at the flight party.

6287 PALMER, J.W. Aylsham, Sask.

R.CAF. Nov. General Science

Jim is a quiet boy who has kept to himself during his stay at Roods.

He is very

keen on the air force and can often be seen wondering the halls in his flight cadets uniform. His fondness of music has resulted in hi s building up a fairly extensive record collection. Jim is always ready to lend his records or give a helping hand in all things. Jim is keen on "dolls" and we're su re he will marry one in true R.C.A.F. style.

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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...