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St. Andrew's College 

Aurora, Ontario 

Review 1988-89 




Table of Contents 


Events 


5 


Senior Sports 


17 


Junior Sports 


48 


Arts 


65 


Cadets 


82 


Masters 


93 


Prize Day 


102 


Graduates 


113 


Houses 


145 


Undergraduates 


154 


Advertising 


171 


Directory 


185 




Events 



Cross-country Race Results: 
October 1988 



Lower School - Clan 

1 . Douglas 

2. Robertson 

3. Montrose 

4. Wallace 

5. Bruce 

Lower School - Individual 

1. Nick McQuire 

2. David Michael 

3. Marcus Gillann 



Upper School - Clan 

1. Ramsey 

2. Sifton 

3. New 

4. Memorial 

5. Flavelle 

Upper School - Individual 

1 . Randy Tsioros 

2. Peter Hickey 

3. Alex Stein 




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Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, 
Great Chieftain o' the Puddin-race! 
Aboon them a' ye tak your place, 

Painch, tripe, or thairm: 
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As lang's my arm... 

Ye Pow'rs wha mak mankind your care. 
And dish them out their bill o' fare, 
Auld Scotland wants nae skinking ware 

TTiat jaups in luggies; 
But, if ye with her gratefu' pray'r, 

Gie her a Haggisl 

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ABOVE: 

The Toronto campus of St. Andrew's College 

before the move to Aurora in 1926. 



LEFT: 

The Prefects of 191819 with Headmaster, Rev. 

D. Bruce Macdonald who was Headmaster from 

1900-1935 



BELOW: 

Can you find the changes that did not take 
place? This is an artist's conception of the 
Aurora campus prior to the construction of the 
Science Wing and the Athletic Building. 





BACK ROW (L TO R): Peter Stuart Esq., John MacMillan, Mick Rose, Corey Williams (MIP), 
Ted Mitkopoulos (MVP), Mark Ibbotson, Charles Emerson, Alex Stein. Jim Mirkopoulos 
FRONT ROW (L TO R): Rob Caldwell Esq, Mike Van De Merwe, Meil Ellis, Robb Devitt, David 
Foster (Capt.). Chris Manlrop (Capt.), Sean Nazerali, Damlan Brooks, Mike Alexander (MVP), 
Peter Robinson Esq., Ron Kopas 



It is p>ossible to come to no other 
conclusion than the fact that 
there is a curse against First 
Soccer. Once again we had all 
the facilities, talent and 
coaching to get the job done, 
but luck would not look our way. 
Consequently an I.S.ll. 
Championship and therefore 
leather remained an elusive 
dream. 

Some people and events merit 
mention. For an event there 
was a promising tournament in 
Halifax that hadf us as the best 
bet for victory on the first day, 
only to be defeated by a series 
of heartbreaking shootouts on 
the second. 

In the people category, Alex 
Stein and Mike Alexander 
combined for a fifty goal 
season. Ted Mirkopolous, 
Corey Williams, Mark Ibbotson, 
Damlan Brooks, Sean Nazerali, 
Robb Devitt, David Foster and 
Chris Mantrop were all players 
who will be leaving us next year, 
but not without having made a 
fine contribution to the squad. 

Finally special thanks to Mr. 
"Cubby" Caldwell our best 
trainer and Rob Meinzer for 
helping out between the pipes. 
Of course we are all in debt to 
Mr. Stuart and Robo who gave 
and gave often without return. 
Thanks from all of us and shake 
the curse in '89. 

Dave Foster 



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This year's edition of the 1st 
Football team had a lot to live up to; 
the previous two seasons were 
championship years and if we were 
to win another, it would have made 
SAC history as the first team to win 
three championships in a row. 

Everyone's spirits were high when 
we met GCC at GCC for our first 
game even after having two weeks 
of practice time. The game featured 
a sputtering inexperienced offense, 
an excellent defense, and a called 
back touchdown by Rob Martin that 
would have won the game for us. 
The end result was UCC 1 1 , SAC 8. 
This loss, however, did not deter 
thoughts of a championship season. 
The game against the 
league-leading and eventual 
champion Ridley left everyone 
puzzled. The first half saw SAC 
offense moving the ball all over the 
field but failing to reach the end 
zone. The second half saw SAC 
defense holding tough with excellent 
hits by Jamie Graham and Jason 
Callender. Unfortunately, the team 
paid for the offense's inability to 
score despite excellent running by 
Rob Martin and Mike Mills. Final 
score Ridley 13 SAC 11. 

These losses put us out of 
championship contention. 

However, we had to bounce back 
with a win against Appleby in our 
homecoming game to save face. 
Although we struggled, inspirational 
plays by Matt McPherson and Ian 
Pady led to a win that showed a lot 
of cnaracter. We knew we had it in 
us, but we were too late to show it. 
On behalf of all the graduating 
players, 1 would like to encourage all 
SAC students to get interested in 
football. It's an excellent game 
coached by an excellent guy - 
Coach Ackerman. Thanks to Coach 
Galajda for all your encouragement. 

To make our awards a little more 
interesting, 1 took it upon myself to 
add a few special ones! 

worst hand - Jamie Grahambest 

practice catch - Matt McPherson 

most excited player - Ian Pady 

worst guy to haoe against you if 

you're a quarterback - Jason 

Callender 

worst snapper beyond 7 yards - 

Rod Boothby 

best touchdown pass to another 

team - Derek Plaxton 

most lr\jurles - Mark Glusing 

strongest personalltQ - Scott Bryk 

To all returning, good luck and win 
the championship back for the best 
school in the ISAA. 
Cpts. Red, J.C. 




First 
Football 




BACK ROW (L TO R): W. Gnskey Esq., D. Galajda Esq., Sam Alvaro, Steve Creber, Mike Mills, 

Brahm Mikol, Scott Mahaffy, Ted Shaw, G. Ackerman Esq. 

THIRD ROW(L TO R): Mike Smith, Jason Bullen, Rashld Khan, Harry Gundy, Chris Blakely, Chris 

Pantelidls, Dave Hudson, Dave Peacock, Todd Mank 

SECOND ROW (L TO R): Rob Vogel, Naveen Somaroo, Mike Simon, Matt McPherson, Jamie 

Graham, Mark Glusing, Rod Boothby, Steve Tlmms, Curtlss Boylngton 

FRONT ROW (L TOR): Dave Mason, Sean Cailendar, Scott Bryk, Mark Atkins, Derek Plaxton (Capt., 

MIP), Jason Callender (Capt.), Marshall Starkman, Chris Kelly, ian Pady. Robert Martin (MVP) 

ABSENT: Andrew Proudfoot 




First 
Volleyball 



The 1988 First Volleyball season 
commenced with S.A.C. hosting the 
Earlybird Tournament in 
September. The tournament was 
quite a success as it gave each team 
the opportunity to play one another 
before the season began. 

This season could well be described 
as one of character and skill building 
as only three players had returned 
from last year, meaning that the 
majority had not experienced 
competition at the First Team level. 

Despite these difficulties, S.A.C. 
fared well in the regular season play 
but were defeated in the quarter 
finals. Special mention should be 
made of the high calibre play and 
leadership provided by our captain 
and setter, Peter Hickey, and of the 
strong performance put forth by our 
power hitter, Mark Major. All in all, it 
was an enjoyable season and the 
experience gained should enable the 
team to be even more successful 
next season. 

Barb Thomson 



BACK ROW (L TO R): Cralg Sterling. Danny Stewart 

MIDDLE ROW(L TOR): David Ho. Mark Major (MVP), Tern Steumpel, Dave Dupius. 

Ms. B. Thomson 

FROmROW (L TO R): Matt Harrison, Peter Hickey (Capt.), David Reed, Anthony 

Sam (MiP) 

ABSENT: Marco Jones Goodyear Trophy Winner: Peter Hickey 



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Cross Country Team 



BACK ROW (L TO R): Andrew Melim, Jonathan Hart, Patrice Bansa (CapL), Ian Michael. Hans 
School. William Long, Morm Vanek. Simon Carpenter. Bill McClocklin. Randy Tsloros (MVP). 
Alan Ruhland, Andrew Luks. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Jamie Menlove. Alex Boothby, Rob Osborne, Andrew O'Neill, Mark 
Gregory, Marcus Gillam, David Michael (MIP), Peter Mollard, Martin Best, Derek Ripley. 
ABSENT: Steve Cathcart 





The junior and senior divisions of the 
cross-country running were really 
struggling as far as numbers were 
concerned. We have pretty good 
runners at the college but it seems a 
lot of them were involved in more 
highly profiled sports like soccer, 
volleyball and football - for example, 
Kevin Worry, Peter Hickey and Blair 
MacPherson. On top of that, keen 
runners like Andrew Melim and 
Morm Vanek got injured and missed 
almost all the season. 

Anyhow, we had the chance to 
feature Randy Tsioros who will 
become quite an attraction in the 
future. I would also like to thank guys 
who were consistent - Pat Bansa, Bill 
McClocklin and Jonathan Hart, to 
mention just a few! 

Rejean Grenier 



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First 
Basketball 




Mark Mc^jor - a complete player ... 

gods couldn't stop him ... a deadly 

offensive weajxin and a suffocating 

defensive player ... voted MVP for his 

superlative team play. 

Jim Herder - the chief ... an 

unstoppable low post player and a 

super talent ... excellent clutch 

player ... voted MVP. 

Andrew Bulas - mighty mite ... his 

accurate outside shot is 

complemented well by his daring 

drives to the basket ... Saints' fans 

will be thrilled by his antics for years 

to come. 

Ted Shaw - team captain ... a 

worker, a banger, a grunt ... the kind 

of player all coaches love. 

Eric Jackson - E.J. ... a scoring 

threat and a tenacious defender ... a 

great guy with an engaging 

personality. 

Chris Cattrall - after eating some 

raw meat, he became a force not to 

be denied ... voted MIP by his 

teammates in recognition of his 

progress. 

Matt Harrison - the utility man ... 

came off the bench to play several 

different p>ositions ... always a gutsy 

effort put forth. 

Anthony Sam - the pit-bull of ISL 

guards ... matured into a fine player 

... scored a personal high (22 points) 

against Richmond Hill. 

Fergus Prentice - SAC's Dennis 

Rodman ... had the potential to be a 

great player ... known for his famous 

shot, the runner'. 

James Barton - recruited out or 

Sault Ste. Marie ... a wonderful guy 

to have on the team ... worked very 

hard this year. 

Will Hill - the inspiration ... best 

manager in the ISL ... a true fan of 

the game. 

Mr. Josselyn - loved by his players, 

respected by fellow coaches, 

despised by referees ... led Saints in 

another fine year. 

Will Hill, Eric Jackson 



Back Row (L to R): David Josselyn, Esq., Ted Show (Capl.), Jim Herder (MVP), James Barton 
Eric Jacltson, Fergus Prentice, Mark Tawil 

Front Row (L to R): William Hill, Matt Harrison, Andrew Bulas, Chris Cattrall (MIP) Mark Maior 
(CapL, MVP), Anthony Sam 




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First Hockey 




SACK ROW (L TO R): Manabu MimakJ, Mike Alexander, Jason Lessif, Rob Mantrop. Matt 

Chisholm 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): Jeff Hobbs (Mgr.). Mark Ibbotson, Brian Ledson, Mark Atkins, Mike 

Smith, Steve Creber, Renny Monaghan 

FROMTROW(L TOR): Marshall Starkman, Joe McGlynn, Stever Kimmerer, Esq., Steve Cathcart 

(Capl.), Al Dunford, Esq., Derek Plaxton, Craig Sterling 

ABSOYT; Scott Bryk 



Gliding around the rink on an unforgettable 
Friday evening in early February, I began to 
understand what playing for the Saints meant. 
Spirit spread quickly amongst the fans while 
they gathered behind the opposition's goal. The 
tradition of sweet victory lives on!! The team 
members thank our loyal followers. 



During the '88-89 season, the 
team learned a lot not only 
from losses but also from our 
overestimation of certain 
teams. I've never been part of 
such a wild team. Personalities 
ran rampant over the duration 
of the season; Redbush, 
Catbush, Ledbush, Iby, Smurf, 
Babyface, Sterls (Roy), Belly, 
Mose, Brykster, Gremlin, 
Me-Mack, Akie (Yapper), 
Alexness, Creebs, Hobby M, 
Matty C, The Joker, and Hobbs 
151 are names that the guys 
will never forget. Gremlin 
(Marshall Starkman) raked in 
the MVP award while Akie 
(Mark Atkins) controlled MiP 
honors. We hoped we set a 
good example for all the 
aspiring players at the school 
and we encourage you to 
experience First Hockey. 

Special thanks goes to the two 
guys who molded the team into 
a winning unit. Mr. Dunford 
returned from sabbatical in 
perfect form. Mr. Kimmerer 
worked at us until we 
understood. Thank you both 
for your efforts; good luck to 
all future teams. 



Capt. Steve Cathcart 



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SACK ROW ("L TO R): Thijs Spoor, Dennis Hemmings. Esq., Blair Leggett 
FROmROW (L TO R): John Park, Alan Chung (MIP), Nelson Chung (MVP), 
Mike Caputo, Clay Moodie 
ABSENT: Tim Morrissey, Scoll Davidson 



This year saw a somewhat smaller 
group of boys try out for the team, 
which was just as well as we were 
soon relegated to the old Mac^House 
Study Hall - cum storage room - 
cum Mr West's classroom - cum you 
name it. But for the boys who stuck 
it through, the spirit level was as high 
as ever. After several drop-outs due 
to injuries, a small group carried the 
SAC colors into battle in a very 
well-organized, well-attended 
tournament at Mayfield Secondary 
School in Brampton. In addition to 
the host school and SAC there were 
teams from the Inqersoll Sword 
Club, Ingersoll and Arthur Voaden 
School in St. Thomas - a total of 43 
fencers. An excellent day of fencing 
ensued with SAC placing as follows: 
Alan Chung-8, Blair Leggett-10, 
John Park- 15, Andrew Bridel-20, 
Clay Moodie-22, Nelson Chung-27, 
Thijs Spoor-30, Scott Davidson-35, 
Tim Morrissey-37. 

Following that we held our own SAC 
tournament which saw Nelson 
Chung turn the tables and finish first. 
Since the end of the season, in 
meetings held with the other 
coaches and representatives of the 
Ontario Fencing Association, a very 
energetic program has been 
planned for 1989-90 which will 
ensure four high schcK)l meets and 
the possibility of several 
"participation" tournaments 
involving university students. The 
final tournament of the season will 
be the championship tournament 
which will be held at St. Andrew's 
College. We are therefore already 
looking forward eagerly to an 
expanded team and season for next 
year. 

D. Hemmings 



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This season was one of particular triumph. The 1st 
Squash Team won the independent Schoois Squash 
championship for the first time since the departure of 
the great Bruce Bricnell some eight years ago. It has 
taken considerable dedication from the players and 
committment from the coaches such as Don Stuart, 
David Timms, and Julian Greenwood to build the 
squash program at St. Andrew's. 
Our success has been timely in that 
an additional three courts are 
currently under construction. In 
1989 we have enjoyed our victory; 
now we must prepare to found a 
dynasty. 



Senior 
Squash 



1st Team: 



AAichael Ross 
Tariq Khan 
Gerainl Khan 
Chris Tullis 
Sean Mazerali 



2nd Team: 

6 Vance Campbell 

7 Ian Kay 

8 Ashley Newall 

9 Shiraz AAottJar 

10 Hugh Barton 

Alistalr Cowper 





BACK ROW(L TO R): Peter Robinson. Esq.. Michael Ross (Capt., MVP I). Shiraz MotUar, Vance 

Campbell (MVP II) 

FROnr ROW (L TO R): Gerainl Khan, Ashley Newall. Sean Nazeroli. Alistair Cowper (MIP II). 

Hugh Barton 

ABSENT: Chris Tullis (MIP 1) Tarlq Khan (MVP I). Ian Kay 



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First Swimming 





At long last a new pool is under 
construction. When finished, the 
state of the art facitiity will be the 
envy of every school in the ISAA. 
This can only promise success for 
the future with swimmers like 
Aylesworth, Hunt and Long returning 
for the next season. 

Thanks to the team, especially the 
Grads (McPherson, Lopez, Vivas, 
Dickson, Permanand and Williams) 
for enduring a problem plagued 
season, and to Mr. Walden for 
dealing with the problems as quickly 
as possible. Regardless of this, we 
still managed to walk away with a 
first, two seconds and a third at the 
championships. Best of luck to the 
boys next year; make us proud! 

Mark Lopez 



BACK ROW (L TO R): William Long, Chuck Dickson, Alejandro Vivas, John Walden, Esq. 
FRONT ROW (L TO R): Jeff Hunt, Matt McPherson. Mark Lopez (Capl.). Jeff Alysworth 
ABSEffT: Covin Perminand. Corey Williams 



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Talent was the catchword this year. 
Our First Team was one of the best 
we have ever fielded, and there was 
enough talent left over to form a 
Second Team most comfortably. 
Both teams duly qualified for the 
Provincial semi-finals, and both 
were entered in the final at Fort York 
in 3rd and 5th places respectively. 
Unfortunately, the date of the 
FYovincial final was put forward by a 
week into the Spring Break and 
many First Team members were not 
in the Province during the 
competition. A quickly reconstituted 
First Team acquitted themselves 
remarkably well under the 
circumstances - placing 5th in 
Ontario in 1988-89. 

This year's MVP was Mike O'Connor; 
the MIP was Scott Martin. Daniel 
Thwaites won the Crowe Trophy and 
Brian Chan the Crowe Medal. B. J. 
Bjerkhamn, last year's individual 
Provincial champion, took the 
S.A.C. Shooting Trophy with a pair 
of 98's. All in all, a year of solid 
achievement. 



First Rifles 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Richard Gill, Mil<e Simon. Sean Callender, Dirk Radeke 
PROMT ROW (L TO R): Tony Myrans, Esq., Alan Best, Brian Chan. Johan Bjerkhamn 
ABSENT: Mike O'Connor 



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Alpine Skiing 




BACK ROW (L TOR): Mike Weider, Wm. Scoular, Esq., Scott Mahaffy, Mark 

Hunter 

mom ROW (L TO R)-. Peter Hickey (MIP), Sean McGrath, Rob Vogel 

(Capt., MVP) ABSETfT: Steve Millar. Ron Kopas 




The ski team in past S.A.C. liistory has had 
the unwarranted title of being a "joke". This 
year with the help of the coach, Mr. Scoular, 
and its dedicated athletes, the team was able 
to pull together and prove itself. Mr. Scoular, 
a "world class" skier/coach, whipped the 
team into shape off the slopes as well with 
"Willie's forty-minute workout" in the Dunlap 
Study Hall. 

With a tremendous response during try-outs 
the team was able to draw from a number of 
experienced skiers. Unfortunately, there was 
only room for six racers in the qualifying 
meets. In the first race, the King City 
Invitational, the team was successful in 
demolishing the competition and taking first 
place. Instead of a trophy, the King City team 
has prepared sweatshirts which they planned 
on claiming for themselves after the race. 
King City didn't plan to lose the next race, but 
with the tragic fall of our top racer, Steve 
Millar, we descended to third overall in the 
standings. 

Without our top racer, we thought that any 
hopes for a highly successful season were 
shot. However, with a quick trip to Osier's 
Mens' Day, we were able to rejuvenate 
ourselves. In the qualifying meet for OFFSA, 
we were able to motivate the team into a 
second place finish beating King City and 
losing to Newmarket by three hundredths of 
a second! 

On the whole it was a very successful year for 
a team that took a lot of gentle persuasion to 
be allowed to form and compete. The team 
would like to thank Mr. Scoular for his 
eagerness in working with us and coping with 
an experience that he had never faced before. 
Hopefully this year's results will provde a 
base to permit the team to exist in the future 
and not fold as it did in the past. 

Mike Weider. Rob Vogel 



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Nordic Skiing 



This year's weather conditions 
took their toll on morale and 
fitness levels. We seemed to spend 
endless amounts of time in the bus 
chasing after snow. Roller skiing 
was all right for awhile but nothing 
replaces the real thing. This 
season was definitely a rebuilding 
season. With the loss of many of 
our senior skiers, we had to rely on 
the enthusiasm of the many new 
skiers who joined the team this 
year. Many improvements were 
seen as the new skiers learned the 
"skating" technique. 

Nordic skiing had a considerably 
shortened season due to the lack 
of snow resulting in only three 
races. Tom Luxemburger made 
great strides in mastering the 
technique and is this year's AMP. 
Ian Michael, 5th at OFFSA, iSAA 
Champion, is this year's MVP. 
Honourable mention to David 
Michael who placed first at the 
Rosseau Invitational. Thank you to 
this year's skiers and Mr. Harper 
for all their work and 
determination. 




BACK ROW (LTOR): S. Harper Esq., Kurt Alfrey, Daniel Stuart, Mark Gregory, Alan Ruhland, 

Paul Arhanic, Norman Vanek, Thomas Luxemburger (MIP), AAichae! Young, Derek Ripley, Victor 

Hyman 

FROriTROW (L TO R): David Arril, Andrew O'Neill, David Michael, Ian Michael (Capt. MVP), 

Zaigham Zulqemain, Thomas Brannon, Kyle Rath 

ABSETiT: Michael Bover 



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First Lacrosse 



This year's season was a rebuilding, 
but enjoyable one. With severa' 
members of the team graduating last 
year, many new and enthusiastic 
players were added. 

Most of our games were against 
higher-ranked York Region teams. 
We played well in several of these, 
but were winless. However the level 
of ourteam spirit remained high since 
everyone played and we all gained 
valuable game experience. 

The highlight of the season occurred 
in the York Region semi-finals 
against Richmond Hill. We were able 
to keep the score respectable. 
However we lost 6-2, and our 
opponents went on to win the 
tournament. 

Special mention goes to our attack 
players Kevin Taylor, Doug Andrews, 
and Kevan Edwards. They were all 
new to the team and played fearlessly 
against defencemen three times their 
size. Our goalie Brian Ledson also 
deserves special mention. Brian 
played well all season and especially 
when our opponents outshot us. 
Thanks Led! 

Special thanks to Trevor Fuller, who 
took the time to instruct new 
defencemen Marcus Yang and Chris 
Armaly. These three formed a solid 
defence and will be even better next 
year. Thanks to Derek Plaxton, our 
captain, also to Mr. Dunford and Mr. 
West. 

Watch out for us next year! 





BACK ROW(L TO R): Jason Lessif. Cory Oliver, Alex Bradshaw, Tim Comfort, Marcus 

Wieland. Jason Williams 

SECOND ROW(L TO R): Todd Pepper (MIP). Renny Monaghan, Andrew Bridel, Marcus 

Yang. John Morris, Victor Lin. Paul Sadlon, Chris Armally 

FRONT ROW(L TO R): Kevan Edwards, Doug Andrews, Kevin Taylor, Trevor Fuller, Brian 

Ledson, Derek Plaxton (MVP), Marshall Slarkman, Jason Bullen, Bill Cadeau (Coach) 



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First Cricket 




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BACK ROW (L TO R): Vance Campbell, Mike Simon, Sean Callendar. Daniel 

Thwailes, Johan Bjerkhamn, Peler Robinson, Esq. 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): Dirk Radeke, Anthony Sam, Chris Cattroll. Matt Brown, 

Alistair Cowper, Liam Robinson, Ashley Mewall 

FHOnr ROW (L TO R): David Kim, Sean Nazerali (Capt.). Richard Gill, Covin 

Permanand, Bill Adams 



This year was one in which we can 
all take pride. Aithouqh the 
scorebook may say differently, I feel 
this was a winning year. Every 
member of the team improved 
greatly over the season. 

The first game was a bit shaky, 
losing to UCC, 181-18. But if you 
can not accept a defeat, you will 
never overcome it. Lead by Sean 
Nazerali, our captain, and by the 
superb bowling of Matt Brown and 
Chris Cattrall, we didn't look back. 

Due to the "spinnest" bowling of 
Anthony Sam and Govin Permanand 
and the cannon-like arm of Sam in 
the field, many a batsman was easily 
outed. The consistent batting of 
Sam, Gill, and others, earned us our 
victories at the end of the season. 
But what kept us in contention was 
our team's attitude. Although we 
faced defeat many times, our spirit 
was not dampened. We continued 
to battle on; which paid off in the 
end. We finished the season with a 
record of 2-3. By the end of the 
season, we had a well-oiled 
machine, just waiting to trounce any 
opponent, as demonstrated in our 
game vs. Jarvis. Although not a 
winning season in the book, I feel we 
were victorious in improving in all 
facets of the game. Besides, "it 
doesn't matter whether you win or 
lose, but HOW YCCJ PLAY THE 
GAME", or how much fun you have! 
It's been a great season! 

Bill Adams 



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Senior Tennis 





BACK ROW (L TO R).Toby Ross, Chris Slammkoelter, ShlrazMolUar, Jim Herder, Milan Stehlik, 

Esq. 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R) Marc Alexander, Ted Kang, Ryan WIndeler, Dave Shik, Andrew 

Collingwood, Sven Sauenwein 

mom ROW (L TO /?;.• Dave Reed, Chuck Dickson, Shane Manning, Mike Ross (Capl.), Chris 

Kelly, Derek Zoebelein (MIP) 

ABSENT: Ben Woo (MVP), Dave Nourse 



The first team had a very satisfying 
year, but again for the third year in a 
row, SAC has met its match and old 
nemesis, (JCC. Having terrible 
weather and not enough time to 
practice had its toil on both the First 
and second levels. 

At the ISAA, SAC's first team was 
grouped with you know who and two 
other schools, it was only fair to just 
hand (JCC the trophy. Once play 
commenced, SAC had three 
members out of seven present to start 
against Ridley; but SAC won, moved 
on to play GCC and lost 5-0. But all 
was not lost because we swept 
Appleby 5-0 and hung on for second 
in our division. We met the first place 
team (Trinity) in the other division in 
the semi-finals winning 3-2 with all 
three singles matches won. And once 
again we met GCC in the finals, lost 
5-0, and silver returns to SAC. 

The first team must say good-bye to 
some valuable players - Mike Ross 
and Chris (Bud) Kelly who formed 
not only a devastating doubles pair 
but an even more enormous force 
playing singles in the ISAA. 
Returning are: Ben Woo (MVP), 
Derek Zoebelein (MIP), Dave Nourse, 
Jim Herder and Shiraz Mottiar. 

The first team had a new tennis coach 
this season, Mr. Stehlik, but he is 
moving on; from the team to Mr. 
Stehlik, great thanks and we wish you 
all the best. 

Ben Woo 



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Track and Field Team 



BACK ROW (L TOR): Sam Alvaro, Greg Shields, Esq.. Geraint Khan, Alex Zachos, Mark 

Major (MVP), Randy Tsioros, Tarek Khan (MIP), Fergus Prentice, rSorm Vanek, Gary Poon, 

David Galajda, Esq., James Menlove 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): Mike Armstrong, David Peacock. Andrew Teal, Malt Harrison, 

Jimmy Chan, Zaigham Zulqemain, Manabu Mimaki, Ian Michael, Peter Hickey, Scott Bryk 

(MIP), Richard Ting, John Paine, MikeWeider, Brian McKague, RomanMelnyk, JohnShik, 

Jhad Friesen. Jeff Aylsworth. Andrevi/ O'Neil. Tony Chow. Andrew Melim 

FROnr ROW (L TO R): Winthrop Yow, Alan Chung. Chris Mantrop (Coach), Steve 

Rotstein. David Foster, Rob Devitt (Capt., MVP), Sheldon Rodrigues, Wayne Yow, David 

Michael (MIP), Tariq Siddiqui, Brent Wynn 

ABSENT: Michael Lamb (MVP) 




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BACK ROW (L TO R): Mark Sheardown, Alex Zachos (MIP), Wllf DInnJck, Sean McQuillan, Andrew 

Bennett, Shane Stewart, John Walden Esq. 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): John Morris, Brad Harrison, Adam Wharton, Grant Innes, David Zieba. 

Andrew Metcalfe 

FROm ROW (L TO R): Jeff Rowan, Cory OUver, Chris Armaly (Capt. - O.), Shane Manning, Allan 

Frost, Blair Leggett 

ABSETV: Alex Bradshaw (Capt. - D.), Trevor Fuller, Robb Katie, Meriin Robinson. Adam Long, 

Stephen Rotstein, Ron Kinney Esq. 



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(L TO R): Patrice Bansa (Capt.). Dan Delia Penna (MVP). 
Dave Dawson, Esq., Derek Ripley (MIP), Mike Capulo 



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Second 
Soccer 




Life's interesting that way: 
you win some, vou lose 
some. (Jnfortunately, people 
seem to attach winning to 
success. This fallacious line 
of thought has lead to much 
unhappiness. Second Soccer 
decided that this was the year 
uncover this social 
rocity, by showing people 
ow to succeed without 
winning. The team had 
character, class, style - and 
we knew it. It did not become 
such a group of fine young 
men to '^flaunt their stufP at 
every game. We found it 
much more enticing to 
simply have fun at every 
opportunity. Winning was a 
mere symbol of smarties 
topping off a cake that 
already had chocolate icing. 
The hard work and effort put 
into our games permitted us 
to "smartie-up" once in a 
while, much to the 
satisfaction of our coach, T. 
Paolini. To the grads: party 
on, dudes! To the 
undergrads: think twice 
about playing Firsts next 
year - Seconds are much 
more fun! 

Kevin Worry 



BACK ROW (L TOR): Tino Paolini, Esq., Blair McPherson, ShirazMottiar, Dave Nourse, Fergus Prentice, 
Rob Meinzer, Dirk Radeke, Richard Gill, Nick Pairaudeau, Clay Moodie. 
FROirrROW(L TO R): Covin Pemanand, Alistair Cowper, Ashley Newall. Kevin Worry (Capt., MVP), 
Ben Woo, Bill Adams, Anthony Cericola. Will Hill. 



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slalom on the Beaver, tried to do 
enders (pirouette hopefuls) In every 
hole we could find and surfed just 
about every standing wave in 
Ontario. Not quite, but we saw a lot 
of sites. 

BestoflucktoTimStuempel (Capt.) 
at the Nationals. Bon Voyage to 
Shawn Kurian. Thanks to all for your 
help and enthusiasm; it's been run. 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Tim Stuempel (Capt.. MVP - I), Alex GoeUe (MIP - II), Ryan Rocha, 
Michael Worry, Shawn Kurian (MIP - I), Robert Savage, Charles Bedard, James Morgan. 
Brian Raaflaub, Esq.. Thijs Spoor. 
FROHT: Graham Harada (MVP - II) 



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The 1988-1989 Golf Team had three 
golfers return from last year's 
championship team: Dave Foster, 
Kent Matheson and Craig Matheson. 
Jeff Lessif won the right to be the 
fourth member of our team. 

In our first match, at Lakefield 
College, we played well and won the 
tournament for the fifth time in six 
years. 



The next week, for the second year in 
a row, we won the ISAA 
championship; David Foster, our 
MVP, was tournament low scorer with 
a 78. David, who has been on our 
team for the last four years now has 
his name on the championship 
trophy three times. The Matheson 
brothers may break his record as 
they both return next year. 

Gord Ackerman 



Golf 




(L to R): Craig Matheson, David Foster, Kent Matheson, Gord Ackerman, Esq. 
ABSENT: Jeff Ussif 



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Second 
Basketball 



The 1989 edition of Second 
Basketball began the season with 
three stright losses and finished with 
four straight wins. This indicates 
how much they improved during the 
season. Our final record was 7 wins 
and 7 losses. We lost to a strong 
Gpper Canada team, despite a hard 
fought game, in the final l.S.S.A. 
Tournament. 

Steve Timms, our Captain, was a 
fine team leader and Dave Nourse, 
our M.V.P., developed into an 
excellent scorer and rebounder. One 
of the highlights of our games was to 
see Bill Adams, our AMP, dribbling on 
a break away right up to the basKet, 
only to kick the ball away with his 
big foot. Another delight was to 
watch Liam Robinson shoot one of 
his famous hook shots from the 
corner of the fioor. He even hit the 
backboard once. All the players 
worked hard and were a pleasure to 
coach. 

Gord Ackerman 




BACKROW(L TOR): Bruce Chin, Hugo Jeffrey, Dave Nourse (MVP), Curtiss Boylngton, Sieve 
Skovho). Adam Long, Damian Brooks, Gord 'Coach' Ackemian, Eaq. 
mom ROW (L TO R)-. Bllly Adams (MIP), Geoff Browne, Tim Pak, Uam Robinson, Brad 
Harrison, Steve Tlmms (Capt.) 




Second 
Volleyball 



As a coach for the II Volleyball team, 
I was encouraged by the constant 
improvement in the team's skill level 
throughout the season. My hope is 
that all of this year's players will look 
to next year as a challenge and that 
they will give it their best effort when 
November 1989 rolls around. 

Gary West. 



BACK ROW (L TO R): John Park, Victor Un (AMP), Stephen Skovhoj (Capt, MVP), 

Ryan Rocha, Marcus Yang, Adrian Tong 

rROISTROW(L TOR): Horace Cheung, Nelson Chung, Alan Chung, Vincent Wong, 

Manabu Mimaki 

ABSENT: G. West Esq. 



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First Rugby 




SACK ROW (L TO H): Rashid Khan. Ted Mirkopoulos, Steven Creber. Mark Atkins. Ted Shaw, 

Rob Martin, Mark Tawil. Joe McGlyn.n (Mgr.) 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): Stephen Harper. Esq.. Will Hill. Jeff Metcalfe, Rob Vogel, Dave Mason. 

Harry Gundy, Mike Hiscox. Ron Kopas. Stuart Swan, Esq. 

mONT ROW (L TO R): ^\jke Alexander. Jason Callender. Matthew McPherson (MVP). Mark 

Glusing (Capt.). John MacMillan, Damian Brooks. Mark Slieardown (MIP) 

ABSENT: Chris Pantelidis 



Following a testing pre-season tour, 
many players canne back primed for 
a successful season. We had an 
abundance of talent, size and speed, 
as early results indicated. Our home 
record was 6-0, but this lured us into 
a false sense of confidence. Later, we 
faced tough away games at Appleby, 
Ridley and the eventual winners, 
T.C.S.. 

Individually, AAark Glusing (Captain), 
Harry Gundy, Ted Shaw and Matt 
McPherson (M.V.P.) were 
outstanding in the pack. Outside, 
Mike Alexander, John MacMillan and 
Rob Martin had an excellent year, and 
all three return next year. Matt and 
Rob are to be congratulated on their 
selection to the Ontario Under 19 
team. Several players made 
tremendous strides in their game, 
especially Rashid Khan, Mark Atkins 
and Mark Sheardown (M.l.P.) - 
thanks for the effort. 

With time, dedication and freedom 
from injury (Mark Tawil's absence all 
year was a key loss), we have the 
talent to win it all next year. Let's do 
it! 

I.S.A.A. Results 
vs. Cresent (H) 62-0 
vs. Appleby (A) 4-22 
vs. CJ.C.C. (H) 20-10 
vs. Ridley (A) 12-17 
vs. T.C.S. (A) 3-28 



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Rugby Tour 

In March, the second S.A.C. Rugby 
Tour took twenty three boys and 
three staff to England and Wales. 
Again, the pre-season tour proved to 
be a real test against seasoned, 
practiced players from Whitgift 
School in South London, British 
Grammar School, Monmouth School 
and Christ College, Brecon, the latter 
two being widely regarded among the 
strongest rugby schools in Wales. 

We landed in Gatwick, near Whitgift. 
Our choice of three self-drive vans 
was a test for the jet-lagged drivers. 
Following a rest, we practiced in the 
mud - a real treat after weeks in the 
gym back home. Mext day we played 
a good game before heading off^for 
Saturday night in London. 

Sunday morning, we travelled to 
Bristol with a stop in Oxford. The next 
day we played a tough game in a very 
windy, hilltop situation. Afterwards, 
our billets ensured that we were well 
fed and "watered" before we moved 
into Wales via Bath and a slight 
detour. Monmouth gave us a fine 
welcome to Wales and their Welsh 
rugby tradition. The next day we 
watched the England team prepare 
for the Wales game. 

Moving to Brecon, we chose to go the 
"Welsh Mile", stopping at the "Big Pit 
Museum" in snowy Blaenavon, 
Brecon proved wonderful hosts. We 
concluded our game schedule and 
headed for Cardiff to watch Wales 
play England. The night before we 
were shown into the Cardiff Arms 
Park and, at the request of our guide, 
sang "O Canada". Too bad it was 
1 1 :00 PM and an empty stadium. 

The international Day was wet 
(again), but we were very lucky to get 
25 wonderful seats, courtesy of Mr. 
Glusing. The game over (Wales won 
6-3), we headed for Gatwick The 
Geek, Burn and Baggage Buses were 
returned, to the relief of SDS, GS and 
SK respectively. As we prepare for 
our next tour, the memories of this 
one linger. The rugby tour traditions 
- ties, hospitality, brochures, 
exchanging, socializing, singing, 
fires, friendship, expressions - were 
upheld, all in good measure. 

S. Swan 



Soccer Tour 

in October, fifteen members of the 
First Soccer squad went to iSova 
Scotia to participate in a 20 team 
round rotJin tournament held in 
Windsor at King's-Edgehill School. 
Upon arriving, the team was 
delighted to be welcomed by former 
Assistant Headmaster of S.A.C, Mr. 
Geoff Smith, now Headmaster at 
King's-Edgehill. 

The next day, we trudged onto the 
field, hardly intent on facing our 
favourite group of players from 
Appleby, who had defeated us in both 
of our last encounters. Suddenly, 
before the team cheer, team 
psychiatrist, philosopher and artist 
Charles Emerson burst into talk. He 
introduced a new and revolutionary 
theory that everyone should "Be a 
Catalyst" and form a continuing 
chain of talk on the field. This moved 
us all and we ended up toppling the 
mighty but dumfounded Appleby 
squad by a score of 2-0. We 
continued our fantastic play into the 



afternoon, beating a Montreal squad 
1-0. Again, the next morning, our 
consistent effort brought us a 4-0 
victory over a local team. We 
appeared unstoppable. 

That afternoon, however, an 
incredibly lucky Newfoundland team 
came back from our 1 -0 lead to tie us 
1-1 in the last minute of play. We 
went into a shootout, where we were 
beaten. The third day brought us a 
difficult chore. To enter the 
semi-finals, we had to beat an 
undefeated team from 

Massachusetts. Yet again, we 
outplayed the team and were winning 
1-0 with one minute to play. The 
team tied us then defeated us in the 
shootout. After an easy consolation 
defeat over Crescent 4-0, we ended 
up ranked 5th out of the 20 teams. 
Interestingly enough, however, the 
two teams in the finals were the 
teams we had lost to unjustly in the 
shootout! 

Jim Mirkopoulos 




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The II Hockey team finished the 
season with a superb performance 
in the fSichol's Tournament winning 
the consolation Finals. 

This long awaited success was only 
achieved after many troubles were 
overcome. The problem here was 
not our goaltending, since Adam 
Wharton and Paul Sadlon were both 
talented in net. The trouble was 
discovering those defensively 
minded players who could control 
the puck and cut down on our shots 
against. 

This was achieved when Danny 
Stewart and Tim Comfort joined 
Trevor Fuller and Andrew Metcalfe 
on defence with Mike Armstrong 
moving up to the wing to become a 
formidable force. Once these 
changes were made we were on our 
way to being a tough team to beat. 
rSow we could play patiently and 
wait for our offensive breaks. 





And the breaks came largely due to 
the tremendous effort of our centers 
Mark Sheardown (MVP) and Jeff 
Rowan who could get the puck to the 
elongated Cory Oliver (MIP) or Alex 
Stein to score. 

In this my first year at SAC, I could 
not have had a more enjoyable 
coaching assignment. I would like 
to thank each and every member of 
the team for the pleasure, fun and 
camaraderie they offered me this 
season. 

Steve Rush 



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BACK ROW (L TO R): Steve Rush (Esq.), Haroon Syed, John Morris, Trevor Fuller, Andrew 

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Inspirational. Second swimnning 
was just that this year. We began 
with a group of gentlemen who had 
never swum competitively. We 
finished the season not in first place, 
but, with that same group of 
gentlemen who each had worked 
spiritedly hard improved their 
individual times at each meet 
throughout the season. Mo more 
could ever have been expected. 
Each member left the pool a better 
swimmer than when he had first 
jumped in. As J.W. says "Let the 
clock be your god." If the clock was 
their god then they certainly did 
please It. 

With all that I've written, it seems 
evident that each member deserves 
the MIP award. However, the team 
voted for John Clarke and Sean 
Kurian. Jason BuUen, our captain, 
was unanimously voted our MVP. 

We'll be meeting again next year in 
our dungeon water pit. However, 
our future is brighter with the 
development of the new pool. We 
are all grateful to the school, the 
contributors and Jim Herder and his 
office for making this dream a 
reality. We look forward to breaking 
the first water! 

Oh Yes, "Bosley" is grateful for his 
swimming lessons. The team was 
most patient. 

Rob Caldwell 




Second 
Swimming 





BACK ROW (L TO R): Brock Whalley, John Clarke, Chris Thompson 

FRONTROW(L TOR): Shawn Kurian (MIP), Jason Bullen (Capt., MVP), Rob Caldwell Esq., Bosley, 

Jay Yoo, Albert Poon 

ABSETiT: Kevin Shen 



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BACK ROW (L TO R): Marke Jones. Ejq., Jay Yoo. Jayson Mulcock. Andrew Searles. Patricio 

Ramos, Jonathan Ginou, Liam Robinson, Nicholas Coiiingwood, Jose Arteaga (MIP), Derek 

Zoebelein, Matt Chisholm (Capt.,), Matt Fraser 

FROMT ROW (L TO R): Zaigham Zulqemain, Sean McGrath, James Morgan, Bart Somerville, 

Kevan "the Eagle" Edwards, Marc Alexander 

ABSENT: Tony Chow (Mgr.), Adam Devita (MVP) 



Although this season's record is not 
really impressive, the individuals 
grew into a team that played every 
game with enthusiasm, spirit and 
effort. On the defensive side we were 
quite competent. Many opponents C 
were effectively 'slide tackled' by a 3 
capable Sean McGrath or 'man Q- 
handled' by Jayson Mulcock. Our H) 
MIP, Jose Arteaga showed '"' 
tremendous ability and stability in the i__i 
center back position. Q) 

We had a large reserve of forwards. (/) 
Special mention must go to Jay Yoo O 
and Matt Fraser for their talent and O 
optimism. Bart Sommerville showed O 
great improvement in his abilities as fD 
a center forward. Our MVP, Adam "^ 
Devita, was perhaps the hardest 
working and most determined player. 
A final word of thanks to our Captain, 
Matt Chisholm and manager Tony 
Chow who, at the lowest of times, 
provided us with inspiration! 



Tlie U15 Soccer Team skimmed 
through the season with relative 
ease with easy wins of 9-0 on 
Ridley, 1 1-0 on Pickering and 10-0 
on T.F.S. Hat tricks soon became 
passe for our forward stars; Scott 
Armstrong finished the year with 
22 goals, Allstar McQuire with 1 7. 
Near the end of the season, 
McQuIre twisted his ankle, Roman 
received a back injury and Kevin 
broke his collar b>one. It was on the 
tournament day, that the final, 
ultimate robbery occurred. We 
licked the first four teams without 
too much difficulty. The final game 
- the first half ended scoreless, but 
with the start of a tremendous 
rainstorm which threatened to 
carry the soccer ball and the entire 
team directly into our net. CI.C.C, 
riding on the wind, with the rain at 
their backs, flubbed a goal into a 
foggy, drizzled corner. We needed 
one goal to tie the game and win 
the tqurnament. One goal! One 
pathetic goal. Battling valiantly 
against weather, and the humility 
of Mark Shillum's hitting the goal 
post, we fought on, but in vain. 
Even with the superb goaltending 
of Tom Brooks, the championship 
was robbed from under our feet by 
the ultimate will of the weather 
gods. One goal - one pathetic goal. 

Michael Worry 




BACK ROW (L TO R): J. Clements Esq., Carl Milroy, Nick McQuire, Rob Mantrop (Cap!.), 
Ken Innami, Tom Brooks (MIP), Jamie Brown, Richard Ting, Brent Riopelle, Mark 
Etherington, Kevin Mertens 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Scott Annstrong (MVP), Mark Shillum, Tom Hockin, Toby Reid, 
Michael Wor[7, Charles Bedard 



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BACK ROW (L TO R): Brendan Hooper (Mgr.), Raymundo IsUlart, Nick Tsioris, David 

Burgess (MJP), Daaron McReld, Rob Keto, Sharj Zulqemain, Eric Mcnleith (MVP). D.J. 

Timms, Esq. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Chris Stein. Doug Chambas, Chris Byrnes, Neil Ellis (Capt.), 

Adam Smilh. Jose Sotres, Marcus Jaeger 

ABSENT: Geoff Brennagh 



The squad this year was small in 
stature, but big in heart. We managed 
an unusual number of tied games - 
against Appleby (twice), CJ.C.C. and 
Crescent - all challenging opposition. 
We lacked scoring power, but Jason 
Reid (MVP) was a very fine goalie, 
Austin Page and Paul Etherington 
capable defenders, Mike Kingston 
(Captain) and Josh Ginou (MIP) 
effective in midfield and forward. 
With four players still eligible next 
year, there is the core of a promising 
team. 



The trip to Montreal for the annual 
Tournament was the highlight of the 
season. We won through to the 
championship round, narrowly losing 
1-0 to the co-hosts and eventual 
co-winners, Selwyn House. 

In addition to Mr. Ray and Mr. Swan, 
we were very fortunate to obtain the 
help of an excellent local soccer star, 
Paul Crombie, on a regular basis. We 
all hope this will continue next year. 

Stuart Swan 



The Under Fourteen Soccer squad 
was a great team to participate on 
this year. We had a shaky start, losing 
our first two games to CICC. Our next 
two games (Country Day and Trinity 
College) we won easily; from then on 
the U14 Soccer Team was virtually 
unstoppable. In our ten remaining 
regular season games, we only lost 
twice (to CJCC and Crescent) and had 
two ties, one with Appleby, a tearn 
which is usually the strongest in the 
league, and one with St. Georges. 

The team was graced by players such 
as the goal scorer Eric Monteith, the 
goal stopper Dave Burgess, the 

§oalie Darren Mcfield, and Jose 
ofres of mid-field. 

In the final tournament, the weather, 
fields and nets were all against us and 
many of the teams that we had 
beaten in the regular season played 
better, keeping us out of the finals. 
Our record for the tournament was 
two wins, three losses and one tie. 
Many thanks to everyone on the team 
and especially Mr. Timms, who was 
a great coach. 

Bruce Ellis 



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BACK ROW (L TO R): Rupert Ray, Esq., Marl< Sinclair, Paul Etherington, tMke 
Young, AAike Kingston (Capt.), Darren McNaIr, Zach Math, Jason Reid (MVP), 
Austin Page, Rob Luxemburger, Stuart Swan, Esq. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Kurt Alfrey, Chris Ward, Josh Ginou (MIP), Greg Gillam, 
Jed Dadson, Mike Tzembelikos. 




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The team started slowly, losing the 
first three matches. The boys 
rallied and proceeded to win six 
out of the next seven competitions. 
The season was capped off with a 
strong third place finish at the 
I.S.A.A. Tournament, just one 
match shy of the Tmal. Tfie team 
should be congratulated on its 
successes and its very determined 
and spirited play. All in all, the 
future of volleyball at S.A.C looks 
very promising. 

Tony Salema 



Gnder 13 Soccer 
Tournament 



Once again, S.A.C. was invited to the 
Canadian Under 13 Tournannent, this 
year superbly co-hosted by Selwyn 
House and L.C.C.. 

We reached the top 8 (championship 
round) after round-robin preliminaries 
(beating St. Michael's from Victoria 
and St. John's from Waterloo). In the 
later rounds, that standard of 
competition increased markedly. 
However, we did remarkably well, 
losing to highly-ranked CI.C.C. and 
Selwyn House by 1-0 scores. The 
strength was in defence, with Jason 
Reid having an outstanding 
tournament in goal. Selwyn went on 
to share the trophy with Crescent in a 
1-1 final. 

All the txjys were well-hosted and 
enjoyed the spirit of the competition as 
much as the games themselves. 
Montreal is a fun city which the 
coaches, too, had time to enjoy. Next 
year Ridley! 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Wayne Yow, Jacky Chan, Jhad Friesen, Thanos Vrettakos 
(Co-capt.), Ryan McNally (MVP, Co-Capl.), Andrew Zegil (MIP), A. J. Salema. Esq. 
fRO/YTROlV^L tor;.- Tim Morton (Cocapt.), David Arril, Patrick Au, Winthrop Yow, 
Mike Morgon, Johnny Tsang, Ben Gundy . 






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BACK ROW (I TO R): 
Mike DeAngelis, David 
Kim, Danny Nelles, Gene 
Cheung, Garrett Taylor, 
Marcus Hooper, R. Kranz, 
Esq. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): 
John Shik, Jason Reid, 
Jeff Hobbs, Alex 
Logiotatos. Stuart Smith, 
Paul ArhanJc 



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RACK ROW (L TO R): Courtney Powers. Sieve Rush, Esq.. Rory Manning. Jason Boun. Geoff 
Rose. Andrew Harrison. John Arciszewskl. Richard Vaughan. Andrew Zwingenberger, Leonard 
Ivankovlc. Brian McKague. Brian Spence. Ihomas Luxemburger, Gr^ Shields. Esq. 
MIDDLE ROW (L TOR): Ian Blier. A\ike Lamb. Brad Graham. Sven Sauerwein. Patrick Essaye. 
All rSasser, Mark Hunter, Mike McLachlan, JefT Ayisworth, Burke Erwin, Rob Asqullh, Dallas 
Wharton 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Tyler Sandilands, Andrew Kowal, Torin Buzek. Andrew Collingn'ood. Ian 
Davidson (Capt.), Chris A\jtchele (CapL), Rob Hobbs (CapL), JefT Metcalfe (Capl., MVP), Matt 
Lecuyer, Chris Thompson, James Wang 
ABSENT: Shane Brett, Steve Heix>n (^\1P) 



After many years of rule under the 
eyes of the legendary Geoff Smith, 
two rookie coaches, AV. Shields and 
Mr. Rush, took the helm, and 
promised to take CI 1 6 Football where 
it had never gone before... 

That's right, we won some games!! 
Could It be iliat we might even have 
a winning record? well, almost. 
Apart from the traditional thrashing 
of Williams we won three (!!) of our 
eight games, and came mighty close 
in three others. All three wins were 
tight come-from-behinders. In the 
Rrst game against TCS, we scored 
with six seconds left to snatch victory 
from the jaws of defeat. Another 
victory, over Ridley followed. We 
were hot!! VVe were unstoppable! We 
were just too good for words, we... 

We went into a Rve game losing 
streak. The most heailbreaking of 
these was a Homecoming loss to 
Appleby on the last play of the game. 
However, some self-respect was 
saved with a final game win over 
TCS, 7-0. 

Jeff Metcalfe 



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So near but yet so far! A season of 
highs and lows: three tournaments, 
two semi-finals but no 
championship. To lose in a shutout to 
the eventual winner of the ISL 
Championship was a major 
disappointment, but it brought the 
team together and showed that we 
were as disciplined, capable and 
competitive as any of the other teams 
in our league. Willi a large influx of 
Under 15 players this year it took us 
time to settle down especially as 
there were a number ot boys who 
were also involved in town leagues. 
Nevertheless, we were able, at one 
time or another, to beat every other 
team in the league; but unfortunately, 
to balance this, to play for no 
apparent reason very badly on oilier 
occasions. Next season I would 
expect some players to make the 
senior school team. Hopefully, the 
many lessons learned both on and off 
the ice, and the many friendships 
made will remain with them. My 
special thanks to Mr. Dawson and Mr. 
Treasure for their unselfish and 
invaluable help andto JefT Lessif who 
captained the team through a 
successful and exciting year. 

Peter Stuart 




BACKROW('LTOR):S. Treasure, Esq., D. Dawson, Esq., Jamie Watts (MIP), James 
Brown, Ian Davidson, Rob Asquith, Matt Lecuyer, Roman Melnyk, P. Stuart, Esq. 
FRONT ROW (L TO R): Andrew Searles, Kevan Edwards, Courtney Powers, Jeff Lessif 
(Capt.), Jeff Metcalfe (MVP), Brian McCague, Nick McQuire 



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ll'is season began with a horde of 
young enthusiasts ready to hit the ice 
and hone hockey skills. Tlie players 
were dedicated to practices and are 
to be commended for their desire and 
effort to improve their skating and 
puck handling skills. League play 
demonstrated that we had a very 
competitive team but the real test of 
the season began at our final 
tournament at TCS. Playing 
nruelling back to back matches we 
fought our way to the final, beating 
opposition from (JCC and TCS only 
to lose to a tough Appleby team in 
the second period of overtime in a 
shootout. Hobbs was outstanding in 
goal and Andrews kept the forwards 
battling for goal scoring 
opportunities. Bedard entertained the 
crowds with spectacular checking at 
the blue line. All in all it was an 
exciting and rewarding season. 
Commendations to team captain 
Doug Andrews and to our MIP Rob 
Osborne and to MVP goalie Rob 
Hobbs 

Steve Treasure 




The Cinder 14 Hockey team had a 
tremendous year in 1988-89. Indeed, 
it has lost only two games, including 
one in overtime in the I.S.A.A 
Tournament against the team which 
won it all. We ended up winning the 
consolation championship. 

I would like to thank our manager 
Bernard Micalizzi for his great job all 
year as well as our Captain, Jonathan 
Arciszewski for the example he set all 
season. It was a great pleasure to be 
the coach and thanks to all the 
players for all the fun we had. 

R. Grenier 



BACKROW(L rOR; Steve Treasure, Esq Dave Dawson. Esq . James Fraser, Jamie 
Menlove. Pat Essaye. Ian Bleier, ShJn Miyake. Angus Ijilng. Rob Osborne (MIP). Sean 
Brett. Jason Baun. Tom Brooks, Peter Stuart. Esq. 

FHONT ROW (L TO R): Charles Bedard. Kevin Merlens. Kevin Toytor. Toby Reld. Rob 
Hobbs (MVP). Doug Andrews (Capt.). Mark Alexander. James Morgan. Victor Un 
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BACK ROW (L TO R): Rejean Grenier. Esq., Graham Harada, Mike Morgan, Joseph 

Qeorgekish, Jonathan Arciszewski (Capt.), James Michols, Nick Tsioros, Geoff 

Brennagh, Bemard Micalizzi (Mgr.) 

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The 1988-89 Under 16 Basketball 
team was a group that went through 
a baptism offire. We certainly found 
the competition in the ISAA to be 
very demanding as our 3-9 record 
proves. However, as the season 
progressed, we had become much 
more competitive with our opponents 
such as Crescent and Hillfield. 
Therefore, we headed into the ISAA 
Tournament at Ridley in a positive 
frame of mind. We played with a lot 
of heart and determination with the 
final result being our capturing of the 
Consolation Championship. 





BACK ROW (L TO R): M. Hanson, Esq. Scotl Armslrong, Danny Nelles, Rory Manning (^MP), 
Henry Stinson, Richard Vaughn 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Cralg Malheson. Jonathan Glnou, Gene Cheung (MVP), Jeff Holliday, 
David Kim (Capt.), Jamie Ingles, Andrew Kawai 



I found all members of the team very 
easy to work with and more than 
willing to improve their skills and 
teamwork. Special thanks to our hard 
working Captain, David Kim, and a 
reliable manager, Jeff Holliday. One 
must also mention the play of Craig 
Matheson who was two years 
younger than the rest of his 
opponents. With four of our five 
starters due back next year, we all 
look forward to a winning season. 

Mike Hanson 



Many thanks to the "Boys of (J15 
Basketball". I can see a future for 
these players and for the teams to 
come. Each player individually and 
collectively made a useful 
contribution to this team. 
Congratulations to Ken Innami and 
Brent Riopelle on being chosen MVP 
and MIP respectively. Look to the 
future for these players - 1st team 
here we come. 

Gary West. 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Gary West, Esq., GarrBlt Taylor, Eric Wright, Ken Innami (MVP), Jose 
Arteaga, Leonard Ivankovik, Stephen Heron. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Malt McConnell, Brent Riopelle (MIP), Tom Hockin, Mike Lamb, Mark 
Shillum, Bart Somerville. 



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We had our share of wins and losses, 
Probably our weakest rxiint was in the 
foul-shot department but our lay-ups 
and passing ability were quite strong. 
Some say that in order to play 
basketball well, you have to be six 
foot but it's people like Ben, Cyril, 
and Sharjeel who prove ability makes 
up for a couple of feet. You might also 
have been told that basketball is one 
of those "non-contact" sports. Just 
try and tell that to Jeffery Wonq witfi 
his go-out-and-get'em altitude! 

For most of the CI14's this was their 
first year in an organized, competitive 
league. A few players, found out the 
difference between dribbling and 
drooling. The team produced quite 
an offensive line - David Burgess 
(high-scorer over all), Robert Keto, 



Although the Under 13 Basketball 
team was the most inexperienced 
and shortest in the league we still 
managed to give the other teams 
some competitive and exciting 
games. As the season progressed all 
the boys exhibited incredible 
improvement in both skill and 
attitude and should be commended 
for their team spirit and good 
sportsmanlike behaviour. 

At the ISAA tournament, SAC played 
some fine basketball and managed to 
capture first place in the Free Throw 
Contest. 

Special mention should be made for 
their outstanding play during the 
season of Austin Page, Paul 
Etherington, Mark Sinclair, Josh 
Ginou and Ian Cheung. Next year's 
Cinder 14 team will certainly have a 
lot of talent from which to draw. 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Ben Gundy. Mike Kingston. Rob Keto, David Burgess, Ryan 

McNally, B. Somerville, Esq. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Cyril Yee, Sharjeel Zulqemain, Tim Horton (MVP, Capt.), 

Jeffrey Wong (MIP), Jose Sotres, Kenneth Ng. 

ABSENT: Benjamin Lo 



and Tim Horton. Our key defensive 
players were Jose Sotres and Mike 
Kingston. The {J14's really did have 
fun this year; friends were made, new 
skills learned, and a couple of games 
lost that we will remember for a long 
time. Finally, Mr. Somerville. The 
lime and effort he dedicated lo each 
game was phenomenal. In our worst 
games he never lost his humour or 
his faith in us and always encouraged 
those on the team who had. Thanks! 

Tim Horton 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Ms. B. Thomson, Jay Bantjn. Keith Chan, Mark Sinclair, Ian 

Cheung (MIP), Louis Digianni.. Darren McMair (Capt.), Gregor Gillam, Rob 

Luxemburger 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Chris Ward, Josh Ginou, Jed Dadson, Paul Etherington, Austin 

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BACK ROW (L TOR): Ian Bleier, Andrew Zwingenberger. Brahm Mikol, Dallas 

Wharton, Rod Boolhby 

THIRD ROW (L TO R): Alan Halslead, Esq . ^^Jke Van de Merve (MVP). Tom 

Palterson (MIP), Ian Davidson, James Wang 

SECOnO ROW (L TOR): David Zieba. Andrew Kawai. Richard Vaughan, Chris 

Milchele, Brad Harrison, Shane Brett 

FROr-fT ROW (L TO R): Neil Ellis, Brad Graham (MIP), Kevin Worry, Matt 

Chishoirn 

ABSErrr. Mick Rose (Capt.) 



BACK ROW (L TO R): Malt Lecuyer, Thanos Vrellakos, Jose Artcaga, Ken InnamI, 

Leonard Ivankovic, Chris Thompson, Patrick Esfaye, Brent Riopelle 

THIRD ROW (L TO R): Jamie Graham (Ass'l. Coach), Marcus Gillam, Bruce Lopez, 

Torin Buzek, Andrew Harrison, Rob Mantrop, Alex Boothby. Jayson Mulcock, Zachary 

Math, John Clements, Eisq. 

SECOHD ROW (L TO R): Brian Spence, Tyler Sandilands, Toby Reid, James Brown, 

Jonathan Arciszewski, Mark Shillum. Patricio Ramos, Burke Erwin, Mick McQuire 

FROrrr ROW (L TORy. Richard Kim, Malt Eraser. Bart Somerville, Ben Gundy, Rory 

Manning, Sean McGrath, Torn Luxemburger, Bruce Ellis 

ABSENT: Scott Armstong, Mark Tawil (Ass'l. Coach) 




It was a short season much interrupted 
by April showers. We played well 
against Crescent and deserved a draw 
until we allowed a player to run through 
eight tackles. Appleby beat us but I am 
curious as to which rules the referee 
was using and where he left his 
eyeglasses. 

Then the season improved. We 
travelled to Ridley on a beautiful day 
and Rose controlled a tactical game to 
allow us to win by two penalty kicks to 
an unconverted try. Our last game at 
Trinity saw us play our best rugby, even 
though four players found other 
commitments which took precedence 
over the team. Trinity has the best 
team; everyone contributed in no small 
measure to the team effort and yet 
again they discovered that SAC is 
always good competition. 

Alan Halstead. 




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This was definitely the strongest team 
SAC has fielded in the last decade. The 
season opened with two exhibition 
games vs Agincourt and Lawrence 
Park G16's; we managed to field all the 
players in the squad. Our first three 
regular season games against 
Crescent, Appleby, and (JCC were 
competently won with scores of 16-0, 
20-0 and 18-0 respectively. Although 
we lost to Ridley (4-9) in what was later 
decided an exhibition match, the 
highlight of the season was yet to come. 
TCS had a very large, unbeaten side, 
and we met on the final day of the 
season. Although we won 4-0. the score 
should have been much higher - we 
limited TCS to maybe six forays into our 
half. In that final week we played an 
exhibition match vs Oakville Trafalgar 
- one of the top teams in the province. 
Although they beat us easily, it was an 
invaluable experience for our team to 
play against such a well-disciplined 
side. 

Many thanks to all the boys who played, 
expecially those who saw little action 
but were so loyal in their support for the 
team. The season was enhanced by 
having Jamie Graham coaching the 
forwards and Mark Tawil the backs - 
two fine and dedicated 'rookie' coaches 
Thank you. Having scored 58 points 
and none against in regular ISAA play, 
the success of this team augurs well for 
the future of rugby as SAC. 





BACK ROW (L TO R): Peter Clarke (MVP). Tom Brooks, Steve Heron, Nick 
Collingwood. Tino Paolini, Esq. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Jason Reid, Peter Kee, Jeff Holliday, Marcus Jaeger (MIP), 
Vince Wong 



BACK ROW (LTO R): Jamie Walts, Eric Monteilh, Eric Lee, Aaron Eison. Tim Horton, 
Jackie Chan, Keith Leung. Tino Paolini, Esq. 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Stuart Smith, Nicolas Haddad. Stephen Rees, Raymundo 
Istilart, Adam Smith, Jeffrey Wong. Geoff Brennagh 





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Although the Junior Squash team 
didn't have the best season score-wise, 
we did improve. We performed as a 
team and worked hard, but still had a 
great time at all matches. The I.S.A.A. 
Squash Tournament was enjoyed by all 
and the team showed great "winning 
isn't everything" attitudes. 

Many thanks to our coach >\r. M. Jones 
for his time and effort, the Squid, the 
Octopus and Mr. Rush for his great 
stamina exercises which none of us will 
ever forget. Honourable mention to a 
very keen and rapidly imroving squash 
pipyer, Richard Ting (MP). 



Stuart Smith 



BACK ROW (L TO R): Marke Jones Esq.. Keilh Leung. Tong Chow, Bruce Lopez, Tyson 
Bytzek, Marek Johnson. Ian Marshall, Richard Fraser, Mark Maby Derek Zoebelein 
(CapL), JeffTsao 

FROm ROW (L TO R): Bruce Ellis, Winlhrop Yow, Chris Ramson, Kris Thompson, 
Tariq Siddiqui. Richard Ting (MIP), Sluart Smilh (MVP) 









BACK ROW (L TO R): Courtney Powers, Marek Johnston, David Kim , Mark Etherington, 
Greg Goldsack, Richard Fraser, Marcus Hooper, Liam Robinson, David Josselyn, Esq. 
FRONT ROW (L TO R): Paul Arhanic, Jason LaMarche, Kevin Mertens, Tom Hockin, 
Mark Maby, Daniel Stuart, Shin Myake, Bemard Micalizzi 



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The season started with a match 
against TCS. We had our.only practice 
together as a team two days 
beforehand, and many members were 
not familiar with the rules. We lost, but 
Mark Etherington scored 14 points 
against them and John Ginou hit the 
first "6" oftheyear. Wethen had a game 
against UCC and much to our dismay, 
their coach brought two teams. We 
formed two teams of 16 and played with 
a time limit. Courtney Powers hit 41 
runs to beat their score and we 
celebrated our first victory. We came 
second in a 6-a-sidetournament, losing 
to CICC, but beating TCS by Liam 
Robinson's "right hand flick" run on the 
2nd last bowl. We then went to Ridley 
where Mark Etherington finished the 
game with a "4", and then right after a 
"6" to beat their score of 70. We then 
went to TCS to lose quite convincingly, 
with ourthree heavy hittersonly scoring 
a total of 10 runs. But Tom Hockin 
scored his high, with a "4" included; 
Paul Arhanic did the same, and Mark 
Maby produced well-earned runs. 
Thanks go to Mr. Josselyn whose skill 
and humour on and off the field were 
much appreciated by the whole team. 
HA! 



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It was cold this Spring. It was wet this 
Sprinq. And it was busy! While 1 dealt 
with Cadets for the first several weeks, 
Covin Permanand coached and trained 
the select few from Grades Seven and 
Eight who were to become the (J14A 
Cricket team. Covin did a super job and 
when 1 came back 1 found the team 
more than ready to play ... thanks 
Covin! Under the leadership of Captain 
Jose Sotres, and Assistant Captain 
Mike Kingston, the team played well - 
losing only once to Appleby, 

While we played as a team, there were 
individuals who stood out for their 
effort: Mike Kingston (MVP). Rob Keto. 
Paul Etherington, Josh Cinou, Austin 
Page, and Brendan Hooper were our top 
bowlers. Jose Sotres, James Nichols 
(MIP), rSick Tsioros, Mike Morgan, and 
Peter Wardell were steady batters. Joe 
Georgekish, Serge Zulqernain, and 
Daaron McField were outstanding as 
fielders. The fellows had as great a time 
playing as 1 had coaching. 

R. Kranz 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Daaron McFleld. Covin Pennanand (,^S5l. Coach) 

MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): Mike Kingston, Joseph Georgekish. Wke Morgan. Rob Kelo. 

James Nichols, Serge Zulqernain 

FROnr ROW (L TO R): Jose Sotres. Paul Elheringlon, Josh Ginou, Austin Page, 

Brendan Hooper. Mick Tsioros 

ABSENT: Peter Wardell 




TTiis season saw a huge turnout of 
enthusiastic young hopefuls who 
worked hard to master the skills of the 
game. An exciting first game against a 
strong Appleby team was lost only by 
a close margin. This was encouraging, 
since practise on a well groomed wicket 
were severely limited due to the fact 
that it was under water for the early part 
of the season. Thank goodness for our 
new cricket nets. After a humbling 
lesson in good cricketing at the hands 
of UCC we came back to play a super 
game, with excellent fielding, solid 
batting and devastating bowling to beat 
Ridley on their own wicket with only five 
SAC wickets taken and an impressive 
51 runs. 

Many thanks for a strong season from 
bowlers Ward and Ramson. Two 
newcomers, Glllam and McNair, will 
probably make excellent bowlers on 
future teams. Sinclair proved to be a 
steady Captain and as our wicket 
keeper and most reliable batsman, 
earned the distinction of being this 
year's MVP. Jay Barron overcame 
initial baiting jitters to improve his 
performance and so win the AMP award. 
Thanks to all for a fun season. 

S. Treasure 



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MIDDLE ROW (L TO R): Chris Ramson. Darren McNalr. Chris Byrnes, Jay Barron 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Chris Ward. Anthony Farr. Alex Gillam, Juan Moreno, Michael 

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ABSENT: Mark Sinclair 




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Directed and designed by William Scoular 



Production Staff 



Stage Managers 

Lighting 

Vocal Coach 

Sound 

Properties 

Tickets 

Costumes 
Seamstress 
House Manager 
Stage Crew 

Make-up 



Patrice Bansa 

Andrew Bennett 

Jamie Inglis 

Fergus Prentice 

Patrusha Sarakula 

Andrew Simms 

Ian Cruikshank 

Scott Pearson 

Alan Frost 

Alex Boothby 

Rob Meinzer 

Ashley Newall 

Patricia Ham 

Denise Rulli 

Jay Yoo 

Dave Bradfield, Tom Farr 

Jeff Hobbs. Rob Hobbs 

Shiraz Mottiar 

Damian Brooks 

Rob Duguid 



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Hamlet 



Dramatis Personae 



Claudius. King of Denmark 
Hamlet 

Polonius, Lord Chamberlain 
Horatio, friend of Hamlet 
Laertes, son to Polonius 
Marcellus, a guard 
Bernardo, a guard 
Francisco, a guard 
Players 



Gravediggers 

Osric. a courtier 

Priest 

Lords, soldiers, attendants 



Gertrude, Queen of Denmark 
Ophelia, daughter to Polonius 
Ghost of Hamlets father 



Mike Smith 
Rod Boothby 
Geoff Browne 
Sean Collins 
Wilf Dinnick 
Mark Tawil 
Shane Stewart 
Ted Shaw 
Mark Alexander 
Martin Alexander 
Mike Alexander 
Ron Kopas 
Sean Mazerali 
Toby Ross 
Ted Shaw 
Brock Whalley 
Dave Sedore 
Brock Whalley 
Charles Emerson 
Sean Fleming 
Alan Frost 
Jeff Holliday 
Angus Lang 
Cory Oliver 
Jon Paine 
David Peacock 
Rob Savage 
Thijs Spoor 
Kris Thompson 
Zaigham Zulquernain 
Delia Ann Kenward 
Alannah Weston 
Rob Martin 
Jamie Graham 





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House Plays 



St. Andrew's Might spawned the 
traditional House Plays. Flavelle 
opened with Frankie and Albert set in 
a colorful tavern, though the director, 
David Bradfield, had to stand in as a 
barman for Steve Cathcart who 
dislocated his shoulder. There was a 
gaggle of Flavellians having no 
difficulty interpreting different stages 
of intoxication, while the Rappers led 
by Anthony Sam stole the show. Cory 
Oliver and Rob Savage displayed 
passion as the lovers of the title, with 
Rob winning an Acting award from our 
Andrean adjudicator Mr. Warren 
Stoddart. 

Next up was Slfton House the 
Cup-holders with The Little 
Gentleman, Mark Tawil directing. 
The actors showed their individuality, 
enjoying themselves as they hovered 
around Daniel Thwaites, typecast as 
the Little Gentleman. As Dora, 
Courtney Powers won the award as 
Best Actor of the evening. 

New House staged the world premiere 
of The Quest of Shaolin, 
revolutionizing our house play 
stratagems. In desperation time in the 
last week Chris Mantrop and David 



Foster wrote an original show, solving 
the perennial problem of line learning 
by having all the voices off stage, with 
the actors as mimes on stage. But the 
actors made up in action what they 
lacked in speaking, oscillating round 
the gymnastics of Matt McPherson 
who proved why he holds a black belt 
at Tai Chi. This was a most exciting 
show, and the audience would have 
lynched the adjudicator if he had not 
awarded it the Best Design and Best 
Play trophies. 

Lastly, Memorial House presented 
Out for the Count - the count in this 
instance being the leering Ted Kang 
Dracula. The plot was ridiculous but 
the acting was potent, with both Sean 
McQuillan and Matt Brown winning 
Acting awards - and Wilf Dinnick won 
as Best Director for avoiding collisions 
on stage. 

A program note says that Ramsey 
House will present a play at a later 
date - perhaps next November when 
a former star of Ramsey, Adam Neal, 
will be doing the honours. 
Congratulations to all who gave time 
and imagination to a dramatic and 
exciting evening. 





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ISL Drama Festival 

This festival was celebrated by twelve schools at 
Trafalgar Castle School over three days in April, it 
alternated between one- act plays and workshops on 
everything from voice to mime, from 
characterization to stage-fighting. 

We were given the honour of staging the final show 
in the festival - The Great American Cheese 
Sandwich. This play is a satire on traditional pioneer 
values. Jon Hart was Father, complete with pitchfork 
and country accent; Rob Savage was a big Mother 
who showed big emotion; Toby Ross played the 
pregnant Betsy, Todd Mank footballer Tom, and 
David Bradfield the photographer, Mr. Wiggins. 
Backstage, Sean Nazerali, Rob Hobbs, Jay Yoo and 
James Wang made up an enthusiastic team. 

The Adjudicator was full of praise: "very funny", 
"beautifully done", "good sound, costumes [thanks, 
Mrs. Ham and Mrs. Rulli], props", "rivetting", 
"audience loved this" ... In particular he 
complimented Todd and Rob for their powerful 
acting. 

It is a great pleasure to be involved in a creative 
enterprise with such a responsible and happy and 
tuneful troupe. But to prevent the cast from 
becoming big-headed, they were booed off the SAC 
stage by an insanitary audience on Talent Night. 

David TImms 



Lower School Night 

The combined forces of Macdonald 
and Laidlaw Houses put on a Lower 
School Entertainment in the second 
term. In previous years this was wild 
and woolly, but Mrs. Nancy Hurley 
directed it into an hour of quality 
performance. 

We listened to the Grade Nine Band, 
and we saw Gregor Gillam as Charlie 
Brown and a classroom scene from 
Up the Down Staircase. Tim Horton 
and Mike Boyer showed their 
musicaiity on trombone and trumpet. 
We had a bloodthirsty gang from 
Treasure Island, and Something 
Completely Different. Tom Hockin 
and Karl Milroy challenged with the 
famous "Who's On First?" routine, 
Terry Kerr, Angus Lang & Danny 
Nelles attacked the audience with 
Revoluer, and Douglas Keller, Jay 
Barron & Anthony Farr recreated 
Calvin and Hobbes - guess the tiger! 

One highlight was certainly the Ping 
vs Pong game played by Doug 
Chambers, Jason Mulcock & Patricio 
Ramos, with the ball defying Newton's 
ballistics with the help of a black light. 
With James Brown & Chris 
Thompson as M.C.'s, and strong 
support both behind and in front of the 
stage, and refreshments following, it 
all added up to a skilful and happy 
evening. 




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Abel/ Bernardo 


Jason LaMarche 


Baker/ Francisco 


Jeff Lewis 


Charlie/ Ophelia 


Jed Dadson 


Dogg/ Claudius gflj^E 


Rod Boothby 


Easy IBbI 


Matt Brown 


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Marlene Smith 


Mrs- Dogg/ Gertrude* ' 


Pat Dawson 


Fox Major' Hamlet 


Liam Robinson 


Prologue 


Rory Manning 


Horatio 


Thomas Hockin 


Ghost 


Tony Chow 


PolOniUS ;;js. 


Geoff Browne 


Laertes V:!^ 


Chris Armaly 


Gravedlggers jjj| 


Curtiss Boyington 


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Josh Ginou 


Osric «;■?-.? 


Ben Arril 


Fortinbras 


Barclay Hancock 


Attendants 


Bart Sommerville 




Martin Best 




Jeff Lessif 




Joe McGlynn 




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Directed and designed by William Scoular 

Customes by Patricia Ham 

Lighting designed by Adrian Muir 



Production Staff 





Production Coordinator 
Stage Manager 
Lighting 



Sound 

Properties 

Seamstress 



Makeup 
Set Painting 



Curtiss Bovington 
Allan Fro-^t 
Fergus Prentice 
Tariq Siddiqui 
Ian Cruickshank 
Scott Pearsqil c 
Chris Byrnes*- ' 
Zaigham Zulqertiain 
Denise Rullr^ # 
Pauline Peatj^OT 
Tim Mogg-**-^^ 
Wilf Dinnick 
Ron Kopas 
Steve Timms 












Cast 



Mr. Elisha J. Whitney 








Jonathan Hart 


Steward 








Todd Thorpe 


Reporter 








Andrew Metcalfe 


Cameraman 








Alan Ruhland 


Sir Evelyrr Oakleigh 








Sean Fleming 


Hope Harcourt 








Tanya Sim 


Mrs. Harcourt 








Rob Savage 


Bishop 








Chris Armaly 


Ling 








Steven Rotstein 


Ching 








Tim Stuempel 


Reno Sweeney 








Jennifer Pilling 


Purity 








Denise Somerville 


Chastity 








Tracey Keffer 


Virtue 








Andrea Cutler 


Billy Crocker 








Jason Callender 


Captain 








Rashid Khan 


Purser 








Sean Nazerali 


Bonnie 








Lisa-Anne Vollebregt 


Moonface Martin 








Brock Whalley 


Sailors 








Jamie Inglis 

Thijs Spoor 

Chris Armaly 


Drunk 








David Reed 


Old Ladies 








Jennifer Turner 
Jim Mirkopoulos 
Jen Schellenberg 




Passe 


ngers 




Amelia Leckey, Charlene 


Jenkins, Cindy Woodard, 


Tom Hockin, Luke Gord 


on, 


Andrew 


Metcalfe, Alan Ruhland. 





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Producer 

Assistant 
Director 

Musical Director 
Orchestra - Guitars 

Saxophones, flute 
Trumpet 
Percussion 
Stage Manager 
Stage Crew 



Property Master 

Assistant 
Choreography 



Front of House Photography 
Scenic Artist 

Program Design 
Lighting Manager 

Assistant 
Sound Crew 

Wardrobe Mistress 
Assistant 



Production Credits 

Mark Tawil 

Rod Boothby 

Lee Clements 

J.C. Clements. Esq. 

Byron Dailey. Esq. 

Byron Dailey. Jr. 

David Bradfield 

Giles Collins 

Andrew Bennett 

David Peacock, Tom McMurrick. 

Robert Hobbs. Shane Stewart. Mike Van De Merue 

Marcus Yang. James Wang 

Robert Meinzer 

Robert Hobbs 

Lisa-Anne Vollebregt 

Nancy Dinner 

Lee Clements 

Robin Stuart-Jones 

Kelwin Kwan 

Horace Cheung 

Alex Boothby 

Grant Innes 

Sheldon Rodriguez 

Scott Pearson 

Ian Cruikshank 

Mrs. Patricia Ham 

Mrs. D. Rulli 



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Enrichment Days 

October 

7 Royal Ontario Museum 

8 Metro Zoo 

9 Black Creek Pioneer Village / 
Planetarium 

10 Art Gallery & City walks 

1 1 Confidence course / Base Borden 
1 2 Warplane & Agricultural Museums 
/ Opera 



April 

7 Towers & Tunnels - Toronto 

8 Science North - Sudbury 

9 Ontario Science Centre 

10 Bruce Nuclear Power Plant 

1 1 Outdoor leadership 

1 2 Warplane & Agricultural Museums 

/ Opera 





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Expansion Week 

Expansion week in (November saw 
students involved in a variety of acitivies. 

Grade Seven students had their own 
programme; Grade Eights went camping 
at Norval; Grade Tens took part in 
Community Service and Grade Elevens 
explored a variety of careers through guest 
speakers and visits to places like the Stock 
Exchange. 

The other grades had a choice of projects 
which included art, aviation, law, 
medicine, or science fiction. Grade 
Thirteens looking ahead to next year could 
elect to visit universities. 

Some students from these grades chose to 
travel - tours to Chicago, Ottawa, Quebec 
or England took place this week. 




Guest Artists 

S.A.C.'s Enrichment Programme has brought many performers into the school. This year's visitors 
included the Graphic Mime Theatre [above left] and Paul Brbdie, "Mr. Saxaphone" [above centre]. Other 
groups included Theatre Direct, Caroussel Players, and the Jim Galloway Jazz Quartet. 

In the spring, W. P. Kinseiia [above right] spoke to the students about writers and writing. Interest in his 
visit was heightened by the recent release of the movie Held of Dreams. 



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Absent: Paul Randlesome 




SAC in France 

There is only one way to describe the SAC in France programme 
... "French"! This was the comeback I came up with after my 
return from France for the simple question, "What was it like?" 

Why did 1 put up this front? Simple. It is impossible to even begin 
to tell about my 'exploits'. France gave me, as well as the others 
who went, our first real taste of independence and life in the real 
world. 1 often think back to the day Paul and 1 arrived in St. Malo's 
train station. There was no one to meet us; it was cold and raining. 
This sad weather was soon put aside by the warm reception I 
received at my new 'home'. 

The family that I stayed with began to feel like my own parents 
with their soft laughs and always open arms. Through the course 
of my stay I witnessed a baptism, a child birlh (wow!) and the 
launching of an oil tanker. Some of the many sights I was shown 
were Mont St. Michel, Fort National and the leaving grounds of 
Jaques Cartier. 

If being in France has done anything to me, it is the fact that I 
now can truly appreciate how lucky we are to live in a country 
such as Canada. It has also shown me a different world, a 
different culture, a different life. Whether you go in first or second 
term is up to you, but no matter what the season you will always 
be welcomed in 'La Belle France'. 

Alan Best 



Spain 




Toledo - 

this is where the 

Renaissance all started. 





This is what field work is all about. 
[Alan Halstead and a group of 
middle school Geography students] 



Cordoba - 
the age before the motor vehicle. 



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Community Service 

We have had a very productive year 
with up to 150 boys participating in 
our program. It would be very hard to 
name the boys involved in this activity 
for two main reasons: there have been 
many dedicated students, and we feel 
that this type of service gives us our 
own rewards and would prefer to 
remain anonmyous. 

Examples of our projects this year: 

• inside and outside work for 
seniors who are trying to stay in 
their own homes, and friendly 
visits to these people as the year 
progressed. 

• work with the physically and 
mentally handicapped children in 
Sarnia 

• work with our friends and Yellow 
Brick House - fundraising, 
practical work and food 
distribution. 

• canvassing for the Salvation 
Army, the Heart and Stroke 
Foundation and the Cancer 
Society. 

• extensive work with people in the 
old age homes of our area. 

• work with the Scott Mission, New 
Dimensions and the CMIB 

To all of my friends, the school and 
Mr. Robinson, thanks for a most 
successful year. Hopefully we can do 
even more for our community next 
year. 

R. Jones 




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The choir maintained a tradition of 
excellence throughout this year. 
Having been given new vestments 
through the generousity of the Lloyd 
C. Macpherson Fund, it developed a 
sound which complimented its 
superb looks. 

This group won First place in the 
Boy's Choir class at the York region 
Lion's Music Festival with a score of 
88. In his adjudicator's report, Mr. 
Ross Metcalfe praised their clarity, 
discipline, and their bell-like tonal 
quality. It has been an extraordinarily 
busy year for choral pursuits. The 
following are highlights from the 
season: 



The College Choir 

December 

- Carol service at St, Paul's Church 

- Carolling at the Shoppes of St. 
Andrew's Village 

- Lightbound/Wilson wedding at the 
school chapel 

February 

- Benefit for the York Region Heart & 
Stroke Foundation 

- Choral workshop at Holy Trinity 
School 

April 

- Independent School Music Festival 
at R.T.H. 

- Sunday service at Aurora United 
Church 

- Cadet Church Parade at St. Paul's 
Church 



May 

- Lion's Music Festival 

- Cadet Inspection 

In addition, anthems were sung in 
regular school chapel services and 
special pieces were prepared for the 
Cadet Inspection and the Ladies' 
Guild Luncheon. Once again the 
Independent School's Music Festival 
was attended and O Canada was 
sung (en francais) at the Macpherson 
Hockey Tournament. St. Andrew's is 
proud of these dedicated young men. 

Stephen Harper 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Jed Dadson, 
Michael Young, Derek Ripley, Tom 
Brooks, Louie Digianni, Mark 
Sinclair, Jay Barron, Keilh Clian, 
Darren McNair 

MIDDLE RO\V(IL TO R): Martin Best, 
Jeff Lewis, Paul Etherington, Juan 
Moreno, Michael Tzembelikos, 
Adam Smith. Kevin Shen, Ian 
Cheung, Stephen Harper, Esq. 
FROm ROW (L TOR): Doug Keller, 
Greg Glllam, Anthony Farr, Chris 
Ward, Austin Page, Rob 
Luxemburger, Josh Ginou, Winthrop 
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Debating: 



A Year to Remember! 

Yes. this was a year lo remember. Our 
Debating Society was blessed with an 
exceptional graduating class some of whom 
had built up five years of tournament 
experience. In overview, these were some of 
the achievements: 

• we placed first in the spring Fulford and 
over the whole year stood third out of the 
seventeen member schools; 

• we witnessed the growth of bilingual 
debating and we sent a four man 
contingent to the Provincials, two of them 
debating exclusively in French; 

• we hosted a major toumament lo which 
we invited many schools from the 
suburban region of Toronto. 

• we saw several of our students achieve 
distinction in public speaking, one being 
invited to represent Canada in London, 
England. 

The success of a year cannot however be 
measured solely by the exceptional, the 
glittering achievements. We maintained a full 
schedule of engagements at home and abroad 
throughout all three terms. Regularly, on 
Tuesday evenings a dedicated group of 
members would meet in the cosy comfort of 
the Tuck Shop. President, Kevin Worry and 
Head of Debating, Mr. Rupert Ray, worked to 
co-ordinate the efforts of an enthusiastic 
executive. 

Chris Mantrop worked to present the profile 
of debating at home around the theme: 
"Debating - Feel the Powerl" Few will forget 
the comical assembly that he and Will Hill 
presented as if they were commenting on a 
W.W.F. bouti There were days of intramural 
and house debating in each term. 

Curtiss Boyington and Sean fSazerali ran an 
instructional junior programme and brought 
on a whole flock of promising new debaters 
from Grades Eight and Mine. Robert Meinzer 
was instrumental in co-ordinating the 
O.S.D.Cl. Tournament here. Contributions 
were made to the executive by Damian 
Brooks and Rod Boothby. Thanks to all and 
to occasional secretary, Patrice Bansa. 

In Term One, our Fulford Debaters were Scott 
Bryk, Jon Morgan and Mark Tawil with 
support from Hugh Barton. The intermediates 
were D'Arcy Montgomery. Courtney Powers 
and Elyot Waller. In addition there was an 
early event at St. Clements and a social with 
St. Mildred's-Lightboum. On two weekends 
when Mr. Ray was travelling with his soccer 
team, other members of staff helped out; Rev. 



Bob Arril took a van load to 
a cross-examination 
workshop held by O.S.D.U. 
in Gananoque, and Mr. 
Stephen Harper sponsored 
our Uiree man team to the 
International Public 

Speaking Toumament for 
independent schools held in 
Montreal. 




In Term Two we were 
chiefly preoccupied with 
preparing to host our 
tournament: many parents 
and friends of the school contributed their 
services as judges. A particular word of thanks 
must go to Mr. John Morrissey. Our 
competitors were Rod Boothby, Sean 
Nazerali, Michael O'Connor and Kevin Worry. 
Sean and Kevin qualified to go to the 
Provincials in English, and in a separate 
competition held in Toronto, Allan Best and 
Liam Robinson qualified td go to Sudbury, 
competing in French. 



Our senior Fulford team consisted of Damian 
Brooks, Robert Meinzer and Daniel Thwaites 
with Rod Boothby as the back-up man. The 
intermediates were Paul Arhanic, Allan Best 
and Ian Michael. In addition, tfiis term we 
attended a toumament at Toronto French 
School and held a social engagement in 
French with Havergal College. 

Term Three was undoubtedly the busiest of 
the year. There were social engagements with 
Trafalgar Castle, with Fr. Henry Carr and with 
Nichols School of Buffalo. In Public Speaking, 
Sean Nazerali won the Bronze Medal at the 
Winston Churchill Tournament held at Hart 
House in Toronto, and 

Sean Collins came first in a toumament at 
T.C.S. As a result of his performance in 
Montreal, Kevin Worry was invited to be part 
of a four person delegation representing 
Canada at the Speaking Tournament 
sponsored by the English Speaking Union in 
London. 

On the Fulford front, this was the term when 
we outdid ourselves. Our team of Chris 
Mantrop, Sean Nazerali, and Kevin Worry with 
the assistance of Curtiss Boyington came first, 
and this pulled us into third place over the 
whole year, our best finish in several years. 
Our intermediates were Tim Morrissey, 
Michael Worry and Cyril Yee. 



DEBATING: 

FEEL THE POWER 



There were other things going on during this 
term loo. We sent two entire delegations lo 
S.O.M.A., a model United Nations where we 
represented Spain and Italy. During this term 
we took advantage of all the chances there 
were in order to bring on a crop of debaters 
whose job it will be to fill the shoes of our 
Grade Thirteens. Of particular note, are 
Stephen Rotstein, Alistair Cowper, Wilf 
Dinnick and Ron Kopas. In addition we look 
to Thijs Spoor, Marcus Yang, Blair Leggett, 
Scott Mahaffy, Doug Walker, Michael Drolet, 
Shane Manning and others. 

During this term, Mr. Ray represented us at 
the National Seminar of the Canadian 
Student Debating Federation held in Regina. 
Sask. Here he was re-elected to the Board of 
Directors of this organization which 
co-ordinates student debating across the 
country. Our thanks to him for serving with 
unflagging enthusiasm as our coach, 
chauffeur, advisor and friend. 

So it can be seen that this was indeed a year 
to remember. With affection and appreciation 
we say farewell to our departing seniors. With 
optimism we look forward to what lies ahead. 
DebaUng - feel the powerl 



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Review 

NICKNAMES: Mrs. C, Mom, Dragon Lady 

PET PEEVES: Deadlines, Grad comments 

ACTIVmES:\ Photography, li Computers, I Nagging (MIP) 

SAYINGS: "This book will be finished by the end of June.", "Mo more 

colour pages!", "... and they called me on that too." 

There must be an extra three hundred boys here, there are so many 
teams, trips, and activities to record. Sort by houses, clans and grades 
... put a three dimensional life into two dimensions ... freeze time. This 
year, again, there were lots of photographers out and about; without 
them there would be no colour to the year. Many thanks to those who 
recorded happenings in words; they gave the year depth. Those who 
helped put things in order helped give the year perspective. Hopefully, 
as you leaf through the pages, you will enjoy the pictures from the 
past 90 years at St. Andrew's, and you will recall moments that remain 
special to you. 






Review Staff 




Editors-in-Chief 


Mike O'Connor 




Kevin Worry 


Advertising 


Jim Mirkopouios 




Rob Savage 




Marcus Yang 


Graduates 


Curtiss Boyington 




Peter Hickey 


Photography 


Kurt Alfrey 




Chiris Byrnes 




Horace Cheung 




Ian Cruikshank 




Jinn Herder Sr. 




Victor Hyman 




Scott Pearson 




Dirk Radeke 




Rob Savage 




Rob Vogel 




David Whitehead 


Word Processing 


Alan Chung 




Nelson Chung 


Staff Advisor 


Kate Carson 



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Cadets 





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Chairman of the 

Board of Governors 

Prize Day Speech 



Mr. Headmaster, Platform Guests, 
Ladies & Gentlemen, Gentlemen of 
the College: 

On behalf of my fellow Governors, 
Welcome to this Prize Giving 
Ceremony. 

A glance through the programme 
would lead to the conclusion that 
today is an occasion to honour 
superior academic performance. 

It is that, to be sure, but this is done 
in recognition that the real 
challenges, and the real rewards are 
a rather more private affair. They lie 
within each boy, and they may, or 
may not, have the visibility to the 
out-wardly acknowledged today. 
This day, then, is really the 
celebration of all those personal 
challenges, personal triumphs, and, 
yes, personal "stumbles" that go to 
make up a school year. 

The prizes for those efforts cannot be 
bought, and cannot be sold! They are 
the quiet confidence in self that grows 
from meeting, and ultimately 
surmounting, personal challenges! 
They are the "stuff" which St. 
Andrew's aspires to develop in every 
boy! 

This is the challenge that drives our 
superb academic staff. It is that extra 



time and effort with a group of boys, 
or a single boy, that makes the 
difference. You are terrific! We stand 
in awe of your commitment to the 
ideals of St. Andrew's. 

Col. Tetlock and his administrative 
staff are committed in their way to 
this cause. 

Jim Herder and his development 
team work to see that we shall have 
the tools for all our tomorrows. 

We have volunteers with great 
commitment. The Ladies' Guild, the 
Association, the trustees of the 
Foundation and so many individuals 
who help in so many ways. 

Boys, how lucky you are, and you 
know it, to have parents who care sO' 
much! They make it possible for you, ' 
and collectively, for the school. 

We have a Board of Governors whose 
commitment of time and resources is 
exemplary. You may note two 
construction projects going on, which 
is no ones idea of ideal timing, by 
taking place simultaneously to meet 
the school's needs. 
It is because of the Governors' 
support, and only because of it, that 
we could commit to filling these 
needs. 




We have a Headmaster who 
orchestrates it all. In his quiet way 
he leads us, always with dignity, 
always with warmth, and always with 
wisdom. He is, in his every hour, all 
that we would have an Andrean be! 

And finally, we have the reason for it 
all, the object of our affections, a 
great group of boys who give us so 
many reasons to be proud. And a 
graduating class that any school 
would love to claim! 

To all of you ... St. Andrew's has 
never walked taller. Those who 
have gone before you and who love 
this school and all that it stands for, 
just as you love it, cheer you on! 

May St. Andrew's College be greater 
yet! Thank you all! 

Peter D. G. Harris 




BACK ROW (L TO R): William Somers, 
Brian Armstrong, David Dunlap. Barry 
Black, Charles Manchee, William 
Lawrence, Howard Tetlocl<, Derelt Inglis, 
Aubrey Foy, Edward Ballon, Jim Hamillton, 
Ron Mitchell 

FROm ROW (L TO R): Jim Herder, John 
Housser, David Cross, Peter Harris, Robert 
Bedard, Barbara Moulding, Dennis Hawley, 
Kingsley Ward 



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ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE ASSOCIATION 




Year representatives are 
appointed from each graduating 
class and they are primarily 
responsible for keeping contact 
with the school, helping with 
reunions, and running Old Boys' 
annual gluing. 

In the photo, Jim Herder '64, 
Director of Deuelopment and 
Alumni, meets with some of the 
'89 grads who asked to be 
considered as "Year Rep." Rnal 
selection was made near the end 
of May, andRodBoothbu, Curtiss 
Boyington, Will hiill, Mike Ross 
and Mark Tawil were named as 
the Reps for the Class of '89. 



The St. Andrew's College 
Association began as the Old Boys' 
Association in 1904-1905 under J. 
L. Ferguson, its first President. 
Current President is John F. Housser 
'68, an investment councillor with 
Pemberton Securities in Toronto. 

The Association now also includes 
parents and past parents, plus 
friends of the school. 
Representatives from each group 
are appointed to the S.A.C. 
Association Council, which meets 
periodically throughout the year. 

The Association Council 
co-ordinates Homecoming in the 
Fall and the Association Dinner in 
the Spring. As well, the S.A.C. 
BusinessClub was launched in 1986 
to provide Andreans with a forum to 
meet and exchange ideas with 
Andreans in similar or vastly diverse 
careers. The Business Club 
Luncheons are presently held three 
times each year. 

Jim Herder '64 is currently 
Secretary-Treasurer of the 
Association, a post he took up in 
September 1985. He was President 
of the Association 1979-82, a 
position which was also filled by his 
predecessor, Jim Hamilton '33, 
between 1948 and 1950. 




Bill Triest '48, right, visited the school from his home in Uruguay 
- for the ftrst time in forty years! Jim Hamilton '33, left, opened the 
Association office in 1965 and retired in 1986. He entered S.A.C. 
in 1928 and the school has been a big part of his life ever since. 




B e a r I y 
keeping up 
with the 
paperwork. 



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BACK ROW (L TO Rj.Sherrill Barr (Bursar's Office), Miriam Shropshire (Administration Office, 
Marion Stockman (Foundation/Association Office), Sandra Scott (Foundation/Association 
Office), Carol Rose (FHurse) 

FRONT ROW (L TO R):Ann Osmond (Administrative Office), Helen Williams (Bursar's Office), 
Julie Lamb (Bursar's Office), Susan Marsh (Library Assistant), Mary Uoyd (Headmaster's 
Secretary), Marlene Ash (Bookroom) 



LEFT, 

TOP TO BOUOM: 

Norm Fountain 

(Maintenance) 

Patricia Ham 

(Matron) 

Rennie Van Dyk 

(Grounds) 

Cliff llton 

(Chief Engineer) 



RIGHT: 

Howard Tetlock 
(Bursar) 




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Support Staff 

Changes this year: 

Ernie Fireman [far left] retired this year as 
Director of Food Services; replacing him is 
Mike Hillick [left]. 

Irene Aspln [below, far left] retired after twelve 
years as a nurse at St. Andrew's. Susan Ewing 
[below right] joined the nursing staff. 

Gayle Petri [bottom left] replaced Mary Lloyd 
as the Headmaster's Secretary. Mrs. Lloyd 
[bottom, far right] was at St. Andrew's for 
seventeen years. 



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Ted Harrison 



Al the end of the school year we are having to bid farewell to one of the 
pillars of the St. Andrew's community for the past Iwenly-one years. Mr. 
Harrison has certainly lefl his mark on SAC during his many years as a 
teacher, coach. Housemaster and Department Head. Mr. Harrison joined the 
SAC faculty in 1968 and quickly became involved in his true love of sports. 
He brought to the school an expertise in soccer and cricket which translated 
into some of the mot successful Under 15 sides the school had ever seen. 
He also developed a love for a sport which he had little experience with, 
namely hockey. One could also find Mr. Harrison every January and 
February after school barking instructions from the snowbanks. In the 
classroom, he insisted on a high standard of behaviour and commitment 
from his students. Unquestionably Mr. Harrison shall be remembered most 
for his stint as the Housemaster of Macdonald House from 1970-1987. 
During the early days he worked endless hours to transform the residence 
into a setting where the boys would have more peace of mind to carry out 
their daily routine. Simyarly he and his wife, Kathleen, devoted much time 
to the care and counselling of boys and parents alike. He again demanded 
that the boys show proper consideration and respect for each other. The 
standards set were those which any Andrean should strive for. The school 
has suffered a loss with Mr. Harrison's resignation and we shall always 
remember him for his service. We wish both Ted and Kathleen a healthy 
and prosperous retirement. 




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Nancy Hurley 

There is a quality to the number Seven. It is a prime number, 
the number of the days in a week, the number of stars in the 
Big Dipper. It is also a span of work, for creating a world or 
earning a sabbatical leave: Jacob in the Bible story had to work 
seven years to win this wife Rachel - and then had to work 
another seven when he was given the wrong sisterl So it is not 
surprising that Mrs. Hurley has decided to move on after seven 
years of quality work at St. Andrew's College. Her husband. Dr. 
Patrick, is moving to Edmonton to take over a chiropractic 
practice, so Nancy is literally going west. 

We shall miss her in the English Department where she has 
counterpoised the macho instincts of several men and many 
boys. She is the complete professional in the classroom: her 
lessons are fully prepared, her teaching is articulate and 
sensitive. The display boards in #24 have inspired us all. 
Behind the scenes, in department meetings, in exam setting and 
marking, in preparing course materials, she has given her 
services generously and punctually. Who will now carry the 
gospel of The Hobbit? Coming from Iowa, she had us all reading 
The Iowa Baseball Confederacy! We shall miss her in all the 
other areas of SAC life. Doing duties in the Houses and Library, 
tabulating scores in the van on Track & Field Day, coaching 
fitness and cross-country skiing and tennis, challenging the 
assault course at Base Borden- these tasks and countless others 
she has accepted in her own special style and enthusiasm. Her 
special interest has been in dramatics where she is a make-up 
wizard: in junior plays, house plays, festival plays and community 
theatre in the summers, she has happily offered hundreds of 
hours of her energies to let others enjoy the spotlight. The past 
two years she has used her voice skills on Cadet Inspection day 
to interpret the cadet manoeuvres for non-believers. 

But it is as a colleague that the members of staff will miss her 
most. There is so much that she volunteered to do for our small 
community; she would lead committees, arrange gifts, organize 
Christmas parties and direct the entertainilnent; and in everything 
that she did, she made our lives easier and happier. Who could 
ask for anything more? She and her husband carry west with 
them our thanks and our very best wishes. The hurlyburly is 
donel 




Reinhard Kranz 

It was with regret that we heard tfiat 

Reinhard Kranz had decided to leave 

the school to gain further experience 

in another educational 

establishment. Mr Kranz majored in 

English at university, but after 

teaching two years in Migeria. he felt 

that perhaps he should gain some 

knowledge of computing. Mr. Kranz 

has led the Computer Science 

department with flair, competence 

and imagination. In all that he has 

done, whether it was coaching volleyball or cricket (a game which he fast 

had to leam), or studying science riction with a group of students during 

Expansion Week, or serving as Commanding Officer of the cadet corps, he 

has demonstrated a caring, concemed and dedicated professional altitude. 

We shall miss Reinhard's sense of humour. We shall miss his wife. Janet, 

and their two children, Jennifer and Cathy. We wish them all well. 





Tony Salema is leaving for the 

London area after two years in the 

Math Department. 



riews this year 

Barb Thomson gave birth to Kory Dalton on June 22nd. 

Tony and Gail Salema's daughter, Diane, arrived on Sept. 19th. 

David Galajda married Veronica Schwartz on June 2'lth. 

Rob Caldwell married Heather Kauffman on July 15th. 

The Headmaster competed in the Kiam Cup International Father and Son Tennis 
Toumament in Switzerland; he and his son, Paul, had victories over England, Sweden and 
the USA but lost to Australia. 

Al Dunford was named the new coach of the Aurora Eagles hockey team. 

William Scoular saw the publication of his book, A QuesUon of GuilL 

Dave Dawson won the Biafra Award (his year. 

Bob Jones gather four awards for his community service work with the Town of Newmarket, 
the Salvation Army, the Yellow Brick House and the Heart and Stroke Foundation. 

There are four masters now members of the 25 year club: Messrs Inglis, West, Timms and 
Hiltz shown at left, [shown with them on page 93 20 years ago are Messrs Harrison, 
Hemmings, Kinney and Ray] 







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The Headmaster's Prize Day Speech 



This is, and has been, a special year at St. 
Andrew's - It's our 90th birlhdayl Much has 
been undertaken and achieved to celebrate 
this event. 

The word 'development' has become part of 
the daily vocabulary of our school. Its 
dimensions encompass (one) land 
development to our North, (two) structural 
development of the Pool and Art complex 
adjacent to the gymnasium, (three) 
professional development, which includes an 
evaluation of St. Andrew's by the Canadian 
Educational Standards Institute and (four) 
more bricks and mortar with the construction 
of a new sixplex to complement the teachers' 
housing. 

But surely our most vital development is a 
fifth dimension, you, the students of 'his 
school. This Rfth dimension is the focal point 
of all these efforts. 

Your school is guided and richly nurtured by 
its Board of Govemors. a fact which you, the 
students, will realize more fully as your 
association with this school progresses and 
crystallizes. This year's governors have 
provided incredible support and generosity 
and I wish to thank them for this. 1 should like 
to add my special thanks to Peter Harris, 
Chairman of our Board, for his superb 
leadership and also for his unfailing 
commitment of time and wisdom. Much of 
this development to which I have previously 
alluded is made possible by this Board and its 
Foundation, headed by Mr. David Dunlap. 

This 90th year has been special because of 
the unified efforts of the Old Boys' 
Association and the Ladies' Guild in staging 
our 90th Birthday Party. This event reunited 
many generations of the Andrean community 
and raised a substantial sum for the benefit of 
the new complex. Furthermore, this party was 
a huge success. 

The school has been very fortunate in having 
John Housser as the President of its Old Boys' 
Association. His efforts and his supportive 
presence have been much appreciated. 

At this point 1 should like to thank Mr. Jim 
Herder for his work with the Foundation and 
the Association, including the Ladies' Guild. 
As the Director of Development, Jim is 
creatively unique and his enthusiasm for all 
things Andrean is boundless. 

We've already been serenaded by our new 
chimes; they represent one of the many 
contributions of tlie Ladies' Guild. 

Under the leadership of Mrs. Sonia Chin, the 
mothers of the Guild outdid themselves. They 
completed a project dear to our students, the 
renovation of the various common rooms; 
they increased their scholarship support; 
cared for the senior citizens on the occasion 
of our drama productions; updated the 
Contemporary Literary Criliclsm series for the 
Library; helped finance the recarpeting of the 
Library and organized a series of lectures and 
workshops on social Issues. All this was in 



addition to their efforts on behalf of our 90th 
Birthday event. 

In the course of this year, the school 
underwent a comprehensive evaluation 
which will next occur in 1996. For the better 
part of six months, the teachers, under the 
able direction of Mr. Derek Inglis. our Director 
of Studies, conducted a selNevaluation into 
every aspect of our programme. A report was 
submitted to the Canadian Education 
Standards Institute and a team often carefully 
chosen evaluators from other independent 
schools and from the university ranks 
descended upon us in late April. They spent 
four days with us, interviewing teachers, 
students and various members of our 
community. Their draft report has just 
reached us. Overall, it is most 
complimentary, yet the importance of the 
report for St. Andrew's lies in its 
recommendations. These will be studied 
carefully, and modifications will be made 
where appropriate. 

1 am indebted to the Assistant Headmaster, 
Mr. Peter Stuart, and to the entire staff for their 
unselfish devotion to the students, be it in the 
classrooms, on the playing fields, in the 
houses or in our many para-academic 
activities. And I'd like to thank each of them 
for their personal support. 

In the evaluation report, particular 
commendation was directed to the school's 
appearance, its upkeep and its services. The 
man responsible for all this is Mr. Howard 
Tetlock, and we all extend our thanks to him 
and to the people on whom he relies. 

Two special awards have brought honour to 
the school. 

The Washington based Council for 
Advancement and Support of Education 
reviewed upwards of 80 promotional film and 
video submissions from universities and from 
independent schools across North America. 
It granted the gold medal to St. Andrew's 
College for its historical video. Quit Ye Like 
Men, Be Strong. This video, authentically and 
humorously, depicts the school's history from 
its earliest days in Toronto in the 1920's to 
the present time. Congratulations and thanks 
to three Old Boys: Mr. Charles Edwards, Mr. 



Rob Parker, and Mr. Jim Herder 
tremendous accomplishmenll 



V-liat a 




Closer to home, the St. Andrew's College 
Choir won first prize in the Boys' Choir Class 
of the Lion's Music Festival for York Region 
with a score of 88%. The adjudicator praised 
the group's tuning, precision, discipline and 
clear, bell-like tonal quality. Well done boys 
and Mr. Harper. 

Under the aegis of our Enrichment 
Programme, our students were treated to 
performances by Jim Galloway, the Graphic 
Mime, the Carousel Players. Paul Brodie, 
Theatre Direct and a French play, Tetea Tele. 

As an adjunct to this program, two boys 
launched The Fine Arts Society. Its members, 
totalling some 75 students, attended such 
performances as The Great Circus of China, 
Cats, The Magic Flute, Les Miserables, and a 
recital by pianist Mitsuko Uchido. 
Reservations have already been made for The 
Phantom of the Opera early next year. 

An expanded Drama program brought a 
major production to each term. It was an 
unforgettable Hamlelln the fall, the successful 
musical Anything Goes in February, and the 
farcical Dogg's Hamlet in the spring. 
Additionally, a one act play was presented at 
the Independent School Drama Festival. 

Our Debating Society was blessed with an 
exceptional graduating class, some of whom 
had built up five years of tournament 
experience. We placed first in the Fulford 
League Tournament this spring, and over the 
whole year stood third out of the 17 member 
schools. Four of our students won the right to 
go to the provincials, two of them debating 
exclusively in the French language. 

In Public Speaking there were two special 
accomplishments: Sean Nazerali won the 
Bronze in the Churchill Medals held in 
Toronto, and Kevin Worry recently retumed 
from London, England where he was one of a 
four-person team which represented Canada 
in competition at the English speaking union; 
Kevin is the third St. Andrew's student to be 
so honoured in recent years. 

Turning briefly to sports, a record 50 teams in 
19 disciplines represented the school during 
this past year. The majority of our teams 
sported a winning record and were the victors 
of many tournaments. Of special note are the 
ISAA championships in Squash and in Golf at 
the first team level. Congratulations also to 
our Track & Field teams for their outstanding 
performances. 

It seems that each year brings with it the loss 
of a few members of our school community. 

Mr. Ted Harrison is retiring after 21 years of 
dedicated service to St. Andrew's College. 
These past two years, Ted headed our French 
Department with competence - but it will h>e 
for his 17 years as Housemasterof Macdonald 
House that he will be best remembered. 
There, with the assistance of his wife, 
Kathleen, he launched the school career of 



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1300 Andreans. His demanding standards 
were based on values of the highest quality, 
thus outlining a superior way of life in the 
everyday actions of our students. We thank 
you. Mr. Harrison, for your unflinching 
dedication and sense of fair play. 

Seventeen years ago (1972), Dr. Coulter 
extended to me the privilege of sharing the 
school secretary, Mary Lloyd, to help me in 
my duties as one of his assistants. Mine years 
later, upon my appointment as Headmaster, 
Mrs. Lloyd agreed to become my secretary 
and began a rev^ardingeight year association. 
Just about everyone present today has had 
occasion to hear her pleasing voice, to 
appreciate her sensitivity and her impeccable 
savoir faire. Mary managed the office, dealt 
with all the details associated with enrolment, 
with SAC in France, with innumerable 
communications and with the whims and 
fancies of her immediate superior without 
ever showing any signs of the 
pressure-cooker situations with which she 
was 'coping.' Mary will be sorely missed. 

In November of 1981, a lady with a distinct 
Southern accent joined us as a temporary 
replacement in the English department. She 
made such an impression on everyone that at 
the earliest opportunity we extended an 
invitation to her to become part of the Faculty 
of the College. We are saddened to hear of 
Nancy and Patrick Hurley's decision to 
relocate in Western Canada. Nancy's 
contributions were varied, numerous and 
meaningful. It could safely be said that she 
exemplifies a Renaissance Woman. Thank 
you Nancyl 

It is an accepted fact that St. Andrew's 
College has been at the forefront of Computer 
Science teaching for the past two decades. 
The developments in this technological field 
demand constant vigilance, updated skills 
and superior knowledge. These attributes 
were present in one man who is leaving us 
after five most productive years. Under Mr. 
Reinhart Kranz' leadership the number of 
computers in the school has surpassed the 
100 mark and, significantly, the majority of 
our masters have become pseudo-experts in 
that field. Furthermore, this past year, Mr. 
Kranz was the Commanding Officer of our 
Cadet Corps and any moment now we expect 
to hear that the Strathcona Cup will retum to 
its rightful place. Reinhart, thank you for your 
contributions. 

In 1985 the school availed Itself to the 
services of a catering firm. Its first manager - 
who became a friend to all and who greatly 
enhanced all aspects of the Dining Room - 
retired at the beginning of the March Break. 
We would like, at this time, to recognize Mr. 
Ernie Fireman and to thank him for improving 
the quality of life at St. Andrew's. 

Two years ago, we were fortunate in attracting 
Mr. Tony Salema to the Math Department. 
The students from grades 7 to 1 2 appreciated 
Mr. Salema's kindness and patience. He 
made himself readily available for extra help 




and discharged all of his responsibilities with 
professionalism. Tony, our very best wishes 
accompany you to South Western Ontario. 

The composition of the Math Department will 
undergo another change. Its most recent 
member, Mr. Milan Stehlik, will be leaving us. 
He brought a thorough knowledge of higher 
mathematics and computer science to the 
academic stream of the school and he 
introduced Winter Tennis to a number of our 
students. Our thanks to Mr. Stehlik. 

Every attempt has been made to find suitable 
replacements for the seven persons 
mentioned above. Needless to say, the task 
is onerous. Yet I am confident that the 
newcomers - some of whom are already in 
place - will help us forget the losses suffered. 
I am happy to announce the following 
additions: 

1) Mr. Philip Day, a very highly regarded 
teacher and administrator in both the 
independent and public school systems, will 
assume the headship of the French 
Department. 

2) 1 should like to introduce you to my new 
secretary, Mrs. Gayle Petri. 

3) Mr. Hoad-Reddick will join the English 
Department. 

4) Mr. Arthur Wenk will join the Math 
Department, along with Mr. David Gaertner. 

5) Already hard at work, and appreciated by 
the students and masters alike, is Mr. Michael 
lllick, our new manager of Food Services. 
Shortly, the Computer Science position will 
be filled. 

And now for a few words that apply 
particularly to the graduating class. 

This year, St. Andrew's College sends forth a 
strong contingent of poised and gifted young 
men into the world of post-secondary study. 
A scant four or five years earlier, the soft 
contours of their youthful faces and their 
diffident, gangling manner, held the merest 
hint of what was to come. They were, in fact, 
the picture of uncertainty. 

Today, toughened by their school experience, 
they have changed. The baby faces are gone. 
There is a resolute character about them, a 
focused determination. They exude a 
developing quality of excellence in 
leadersfiip: decisiveness. 

In the past few months, these men have had 
to wrestle with decisions which they know will 
alter the course of their lives. The selection of 
universities and programmes involved 



varying degrees of struggle; for many, it is a 
somewhat protracted agony as they attempt 
to match their hopes and aspirations with the 
offers of admission which have now begun to 
arrive. A 30% increase in enrolment in post 
secondary education in the past ten years has 
led to a proliferation of programmes In the 70 
degree granting institutions in Canada. 
Admission requirements have become 
intensely competitive. The prospective 
student is faced with a labyrinth of subject 
prerequisites and escalating minimum 
achievement levels. Poor decisions in terms 
of programme or career path can be costly 
and painful. At this juncture, decisiveness is 
not a given. It is a hard-won attribute. 

Aristotle remarked that the distinction 
between the workman and the master 
craftsman was that while both knew how 
things were done, it was only the master who 
knew why. So it is that the authentic leader or 
master craftsman is someone for whom 
ethical behaviour is of utmost importance, 
someone whose projection of inner conviction 
is inspiring and infectious, someone whose 
decisiveness can generate in people a new 
sense of values. 

It is scarcely surprising that more universities 
are now asking for personal profiles of 
students. Such information about 
extracurricular activities, hobbies and 
interests is sought to balance the unfaimess 
of selection based exclusively on marks. The 
universities want leaders who will be 
outstanding in their specialities. They are on 
the forefront of awareness about such 
complex problems as rapid population 
growth, economic development, and 
environmental destruction. Admission 
policies are beginning to refiect the conviction 
that in any profession on the eve of the 
twenty-first century, leadership will be 
measured by a commitment to 
master-craftsmanship. 

The excellence of any educational institution, 
including this one, is determined not by 
academic proficiency alone, but by the 
quality of decisiveness exhibited by its 
graduates. It will be their decision to give of 
themselves - their keenness of mina their 
energy, their skills. We have seen that quality 
of their decisiveness in their lives here, and we 
rejoice to send them forth as our 
representatives. 

You, the class of 1989 have been a united, 
constructive and enthusiastic group, and on a 
personal note, I should like to say that 1 will 
hold fond memories of you. Bonne Chance! 



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THE NINETIETH ANNUAL PRIZEGIVING 

^t ^tiire&i's College 

FRIDAY, JUNE 9th, 1989 

PRESENTATION OF PRIZES AND 
AWARDS 

A.D.a. Inglis. B.Sc. 
Dean of Academics 

IN RETROSPECT 





Grade 7 
Grade 8 
Grade 9 
Grade 10 
Grade 11 
Grade 12 


Lower 


School 




Middle 


School 




Grade 


12 





Joseph E. Dadson 
Christopher T.W. Byrnes 
William J. Long 
Matthew H. Chisholm 
Scott W. Mahaffy 
Robert O. Savage 

OFFICIANTS 

D.G. Whitehead. B.A., B.Ed., 

Academic Director 

P.L. Stuart, B.Ed.. M.Sc. Assistant 

Headmaster 

R.D. Kinney. B.A.. B.P.H.E.. Head of 

Science 



VALEDICTORY 

Jason C. Callender. Head Prefect 



LOWER II 






HONOURS LIST 




1. J.E. Dadson 


87.4% 




2. J.L. Lewis 


80.7 




3. P.S. Etherington II 


80.5 




PRIZES 






The Winnett Prize for English 






(proficiency in composition, gram- 






mar, spelling and writing. 




J.E. Dadson 


The Social Science Prize for 






History and Geography (combined 






highest standing in History and 






Geography). 




J.E. Dadson 


The Science Prize (highest 






standing) 




J.E. Dadson 


The Music Prize (highest standing) 




J.E. Dadson 


The Mathematics Prize 




K.W.H. Chan IV 


(highest standing) 




I.Y.S. Cheung II 


The Art Prize (highest standing) 


PS. Etherington II 



UPPER II 






HONOURS LIST 




1. J. A. Nichols 


91.6% 




2. T.A. Norton 


88.1 




3. R.E. Keto 


86.9 




4. J. A. Sotres 


84.0 




5. J.C. Wong II 


83.4 




6. C.T. Byrnes 


82.2 




7. S.J. Rees 


80.7 




8. P. A. Warden 


80.0 


- 


PRIZES 






The Kilgour-Campbell English 






Prize (for proficiency in composi- 






tion, grammar, spelling and 






writing) 




J. A. Nichols 


The John Young Social Science 






Prize (combined highest standing 






in History and Geography) 




J. A. Nichols 


The Science Prize (highest 






standing) 




J. A. Nichols 


The Art Prize (highest standing) 




R.E. Keto 


The Mathematics Prize (highest 






standing) 




T.A. Horton 


The Music Prize (highest standing) 




T.A. Horton 


The Gauss Contest Prize for 






Mathematics 




T.A. Brannon 
C.J. Ramson 


The Improvement Prize for the boy 






who has made the greatest percen- 






tage improvement from June 1988 






to June 1989. 




A.C. Smith 111 




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FORM 11 






HONOURS LIST 




l.R.R. McNallv 


87.1% 




2. J.W. Shik II 


86.0 




3. J.J. Friesen 


85.7 




4. B.C. Ellis II 


85.1 




5. J.M. Brown III 


84 I 




G.P. White 


84.1 




7. A.K. Boothby II 


83.8 




W.J. Long II 


83.8 




9. C.S. Yee 


83.5 




lO.J.F. Menlove 


83.1 




1 1. R.J. Osborne 


80.3 




PRIZES 






The English Prize (highest 






standing) 




J.M. Brown III 


The Social Science Prize 




J.M. Brown III 


(highest standing) 




J.J. Friesen 


The Mathematics Prize (highest 






standing) 




J.J. Friesen 


The French Prize (for Forms Lll. 






an and III) 




J.J. Friesen 


The Music Prize (highest standing) 




J.W.C. Shik II 


The Science Prize (highest 






standing) 




R.R. McNally 


The Art Prize (highest standing) 




A.K. Boothby II 


The Pascal Mathematics Contest 






award for Forms Lll, CJII and III 




E.W. Monteith 


Improvement Prize for the boy 






who has made the greatest percen- 






tage improvement from June 1988 






to June 1989 




T.M. Kerr 


SPECIAL PRIZES 




The Prize to the most Improved 






Chorister 




M.T. Best 11 


The Edith Grant Trophy to the 






new boy in Macdonald House who 






has shown the greatest improve- 






ment towards becoming the ideal 






Andrean 




M.T. Best II 


The Prize to the Most Accomplish- 






ed Chorister 




C.P.A. Ward 


The Robert W. Meagher Language 






Arts Award to the student of the 






Lower School, whose first 






language is neither English nor 






French. 




R. Istilart 


The King Memorial Trophy for the 






boy living in Macdonald House 






who excels in studies, games. 






deportment and character 




S.K. McGrath 


The T.E. Harrison Trophy awarded 






to the boy in Laidlaw House who 






excels in studies, games, deport- 






ment and character. 




J.M. Brown III 




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FORM IV 




HONOURS LIST 


l.M.A. Worry II 


93.9% 


2. P. Arhanic 


91.3 


3. G. Cheung II 


90.9 


4. K. Innami 


89.4 


5. D.J. Montgomery 


84.9 


6. I.e. Michael 1 


84.4 


7. J.W. Dennis 


84.3 


8. J.E. Morgan II 


83.6 


9. S.L. Arnnstrong II 


83.4 


10. K.L. Lee II 


83-1 


n.M.C. Maby 


82.8 


12. D.A. Andrews 


82.1 


13. S.K. Sauerwein 


81-2 


14. C.F. Powers 


80.9 


15, P.S. Etherington 


80,0 



PRIZES 




The English Prize in memory of 




Mr. Walter Findlay 


P. Arhanic 


The Prize for 1st year Computer 




Studies 


P. Arhanic 


The Music Prize (highest standing) 


P. Arhanic 




K. Innami 


The Ladies' Guild Essay Prize 




awarded for the best essay in 




Forms IV and V 


D.J. Montgomery 


The Social Science Prize (highest 




standing) 


J.W. Dennis 


The French Prize (highest 




standing) 


S.L. Armstrong II 


The Andrew Armstrong Prize for 




Improvement in English in Forms 




IV. V and LVI 


A. A. Frost 


The Science Prize (highest 




standing) 


M.A. Worry II 


The Art Prize (highest standing) 


G.C. Cheung 11 


The Cayley Mathematics Contest 




Prize (19th in Canada) 


G.C. Cheung II 


The Heather Inglis Memorial Prize 




for excellence in Mathematics 




(highest standing) 


E.K. Lee 11 


The R.B. Mitchell Trophy for the 




best Intermediate Debater 


A.R. Best 1 


The Improvement Prize for the boy 




who has made the greatest percen- 




tage from June 1988 to June 1989 


M. Caputo 





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PRIZES 




The English Prize (highest 




standing) 


K.K. Kwan 


The Music Prize (highest standing) 


S.A. Mottiar 


The French Prize (highest 




standing) 


T.S. Reid 1 


The Physics Prize (highest 




standing) 


J.C. Tsao 


The H.E. Goodman Prize for 




Chemistry (highest standing) 


J.C. Tsao 


The Louise Macdonald Sifton Prize 




for Mathematics (highest standing) 


J.C. Tsao 


The Fermat Mathematics Contest 




Prize 


J.C. Tsao 


The Prize for Computer Studies 




(highest standing) 


M.A. Worry II 


The Biology Prize (highest 




standing) 


J.C. Clarke 1 


The Social Science Prize (highest 




standing) 


J. A. Collingwood 1 


The Art Prize (highest standing) 


LA. Peruzza 


The Improvement Prize to the boy 




who makes the greatest percen- 




tage improvement from June 1988 




to June 1989 


C.E. Mitchele 


The Stuart B. Wood Memorial 




Prize to the member of Form V 




most distinguished in character, 




scholarship and games 


J.S. Metcalfe II 



FORM V 




HONOURS LIST 1 


1. J.C. Tsao 


94.0% 


2. A. Nazer 


91.7 


3. C.C. Lo 1 


87.9 


4. J.S. Metcalfe II 


85.1 


5. C.E. Mitchele 


83.7 


6. R.J. Chin II 


82.1 


7. R.B. Hobbs 1 


81.9 


8. A.G. Basu 


81.0 


9. S.A. Mottiar 


80.0 




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FORM LVI 


HONOURS LIST 


IKK, Kwan 


95.4% 


2. E.M. Jackson 


93.0 


3. J.C. Clarke 1 


90.4 


4. B.C. Leggett 


88.9 


5. G. Khan il 


87.7 


6. C. Cattrall 


86,1 


7. J.M. Spoor 


85,3 


8.T.K. Stuempel 


84,4 


9. J.C. Barton II 


83.1 


10. L.A. Perruzza 


82.6 


11 S.T. Bryk 


81.7 


A.H. Chung 11 


81.7 


D.N, Walker II 


81.7 


14. A.Y. Lee 1 


81.4 


15, D,B. Hancock 


81.0 


16, B.O, Chin 1 


80,7 


17. J.W.Morris 


80.0 



PRIZES 




The English Prize (highest 




standing) 


T.K. Stuempel 


The Accounting Prize (highest 




standing) 


B.C. Leggett 


The Rennselaer Polytechnic In- 




stitute Medal in Science for Form 




V and LVI 


B.C. Leggett 


The Physiology Prize (highest 




standing) 


J.C. Clarke 1 


The Henry deB Forde Economics 




Prize 


A. Mazer 


The Isabella Cockshutt Prize for 




History presented by Mrs. G. 




Dempster (highest standing) 


A.C. Tzembelikos 


The Geography Prize (highest 




standing) 


K.K. Kwan 


The Reeves Art Prize 


K.K. Kwan 


The Mathematics Prize (highest 




standing) 


K.K. Kwan 




R.C. Lo 1 


The Euclid Mathematics Contest 




Award 


R.C. Lo 


The Science Prize for Physics 




(highest standing) 


C. Cattrall 


The Dartmouth Club of Ontario 




Book Award 


E.M. Jackson 


The improvement Prize to the boy 




who makes the greatest percen- 




tage improvement from June 1988 




to June 1989 


B.A. Chan II 



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FORM GVI 


HONOURS LIST 


1 


K.W 


Worry 1 


95.2% 


2 


H.J. 


Barton 1 


91.2 


3 


S.M 


Nazerali 


91.0 


4 


B.J. 


Harrison 1 


89.0 


5 


W.R 


McClocklin 


88.0 


6 


N.H 


Chung 1 


87.8 


7 


D.J. 


Thwaites 


87.5 


8 


D.A 


Mason 


87.3 


9 


H.H. 


Cheung 1 


86.7 


10 


K.S. 


Ho 


865 


11 


T.S. 


Kang 


853 


12 


S.D. 


Timms 


84.7 


13 


C.R. 


Boyington 


83.7 


14 


E. Woo 1 


83.5 


15 


R.D. 


Boothby 1 


82.8 


16 


G.E 


Luks 


82.7 




M.J 


Sheardown 


82.7 


18 


G.A 


Kalliecharan 82.3 1 




A. Long 1 


823 


20 


M. Weider 


81.3 


21 


P.C. 


Mantrop 1 


81.2 




A.R. 


Tong 


81.2 


23 


S.B 


Callender II 


81.0 


24 


J.K. 


Bullen 


80.7 


25 


1. Pady 


80.3 




M.R 


Ross 1 


80.3 




C.C 


Williams 


80.3 


28 


M.A 


McPherson 


180.0 




D.G 


Plaxton 


80.0 




N.A 


Vanek 


80.0 



PRIZES 




The Charles Ashton Medal for 




English 


D.J. Thwaites 


The Isabeile Cockshutt Prize in 




History presented by Mrs. F.A. 




Schulman 


H.J. Barton 1 


The Old Boys' Medal in 




Mathematics 


H.J. Barton 1 


The Descartes Mathematics Con- 




test award. 


H.J. Barton 1 


The Computer Studies Prize 


B.C. Leggett 


The Economics Prize 


K.W. Worry 1 


The Donald Cooper Medal for 




Physics (highest standing) 


K.W. Worry 1 


The Dr. D.R. McLaughlin Memorial 




Prize for English and the Sciences 


K.W. Worry 1 


The G.R. Smith Prize for 




Chemistry (highest standing) 


K.W. Worry 1 


The Geography Prize in Memory of 




Dick Gibb presented by Old Boys 




of 1953 Norman A. Cox and 




Robert H. Bradshaw. 


C.C. Williams 1 


The French Prize to the boy in 




Lower and (Jpper Sixth who during 




his years at St. Andrew's College 




has made the best progress 




towards becoming bilingual. 


J.M. Spoor 


The Leilockey Biology Prize 


J.C. Tsao 


The Guy Rutter Art Prize (best 




artist) 


C.G. Emerson 


The Senior Music Prize for Lower 




and Upper VI 


D.P. Bradfield 


The Improvement Prize to the boy 




in (Jpper VI who makes the 




greatest percentage improvement 




reckoned from June 1988 to June 




1989 


R.M. Devitt 




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SPECIAL PRIZES 



The Craig R. Leslie Memorial 
Award presented for a significant 
contribution to the Senior 
Debating Society 

The Brooks Cup for best senior 

debater 

The George Etienne Cartier Medal 

in French presented by Mr. W,A. 

Beer, an Old Boy of the School. 

The W.D. Newman Prize presented 

to the student who has contributed 

most to school life through 

photography 

The Jim Herder Review Prize. 

The Prize for Chapel 

The Theatre Prize presented by 

Mr. J.C. Mainprize 

The Creative Writing Prize award- 
ed to a student in LVI or (JVI 
The Christopher Ball Prize for a 
distinguished overall contribution 
in the general field of the Arts. 
The Prize for contribution to the 
Community Services Programme 
The Colonel Tilston Awards for 
Forms Lll to GVI to honour the 
boys who, in the opinion of the 
masters, have set the best example 
in their class for effort and per- 
sistence in their studies and in all 
other school activities. 

Lower II 

Upper II 

Form III 

Form IV 

Form V 

Form LVI 

Form GVI 
The David Savage Memorial 
Award given to the boy in David's 
class who best exemplifies the An- 
drean spirit and involvement in 
school life. (Selected by members 
of his class) 

Errington Prizes in memory of 
Mrs. Clela Ellis awarded to 
graduating students who made a 
distinguished contribution to the 
life of SAC 



C.R. Boyington 
R.E. Meinzer 

K.W. Worry I 



K.W. Worry I 



R.O. Savage 

K.W. Worry I 

M.H. O'Connor 

S.F. Fleming 

S.F. Fleming 
R.D. Boothby 

A.E. Ruhland 



S.M. Nazerali 



W.R. McClocklin 



A.M. Farr II 
T.W. Zegil 
D.A. Ripley 
L. Robinson II 
l,M. Davidson II 
T, Khan III 
W.H. Adams 



J. A. Aylsworth 



T.T 



C.R. Boyington 

Mirkopoulos I 

M.A. Tawil 

E. Woo I 



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The SAC Long Service Medals 






awarded to students who have at- 






tended St. Andrews College since 






their Grade 7 year. 






W.H. Adams W.I.C. Kay 


I.J. Pady 




A.H. Bradshaw R.E. Meinzer 


D.W. Reed 




S.F.B. Fleming R.D. Monaghan 


S.D. Timms 




B.J. Harrison 1 S.M. INazerali 


C.C. Williams 1 




The School Prize to the Head 






Prefect 


J.C. Callender 1 




The Hockin Trophy for Lower 






School Clan Competition. 






5th Bruce 


949 




4th Montrose 


1104 




3rd Robertson 


1200 




2nd Wallace 


1216 




1st Douglas 


1335 




The Housser Trophy for InterClan 






Competition. 






5th Buchanan 


3436 




4th Leslie 


4286 




3rd Stewart 


4325 




2nd MacPherson 


4376 




1st Ramsey 


4655 




The Laidlaw Trophy presented by 






SAC Old Boys' Association in 






honour of the devoted service of 






Robertson Laidlaw (1909-60). 






Awarded annually to the boys in 






Upper VI who has won for his Clan 






the greatest number of points dur- 






ing his last 2 years at school. 


K.W. Worry 1 




The Lt. Governors Silver Medal 






presented to the boy ranking 1st 






in Lower and Upper VI forms taken 






together with highest standing in a 






Science major. 


K.W. Worry 1 




The Governor General's Medal 






presented to the boy attaining the 






highest standing in his graduating 






year. 


K.W. Worry 1 




The Headmaster's Medal. 


K.W. Worry 1 
H.J. Barton 1 
S.M. Nazerali 




The Chairman's Gold Medal, 






presented to the boy with the 






highest standing in LVI exams 


K.K. Kwan 




The Lt. Governor s Silver Medal 






presented to the boy ranking 1st 






in Lower and Upper VI forms taken 






together with highest standing in 






an Arts major. 


D.J. Thwaites 




The Macdonald Medal, presented 






by the Old Boys' Association in 






honour of Dr. Macdonald to the 






boy most distinguished in studies 






and athletics taken together. 


S.M. Nazerali 






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Head Prefect's 
Prize Day Speech 

Mr. Chairman, members of the Board of 
Governors, Mr. Headmaster, members of the 
faculty, guests and fellow students. It is indeed 
a privilege and an honour to stand before you 
today and speak on behalf of the 1989 
Graduating Class. 

This year has finally drawn to an end and 
another batch of Andreans is being thrust into 
society. We who are leaving S.A.C. today will 
no doubt be facing great changes in our 
personal lives just as the world is changing 
before us, even as I speak. 

Two new words have crept into our language 
in the past 18 months: Glasnost and 
Perestroikal China, representing 20% of the 
world population, is on the brink of civil war. 
The Ayatolla Khomeini is dead. Solidanty just 
won the election in Poland. Canada and its 
neighbor to the south have recently sealed a 
pact which will make them the largest trading 
block in the world. 

We, the graduates of St. Andrew's College, 
are the leaders of tomorrow. As such, it is 
our responsibility and our duty, to study and 
understand our changing world. The world 
that we will command will bear little 
resemblance to the world of our parents. 
Judging by the events of today, we have an 
awesome task in front of usi 

How, you may ask, will we prepare for the 
future? The next step in the educational 
process, university, is definitely part of the 
answer. Future changes that face us will 
come from advancements in technology and 
science. An understanding of the social 
sciences and the humanities will be critical. 



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However, we have a head start on the 
wonderful journey of life. In this world of 
constant change, we have been tempered by 
the unwaivering values and traditions that are 
St. Andrew's College. May these never 
changel 

1 come from a small island nation. The 
Bahamas, which through the years has sent 
more than sixty students to S.A.C. I feel that 
I am also representing them here today. They 
have all made their own individual 
contribution to my country. In my capacity as 
your Head Prefect, 1 have had the opportunity 
to meet and to know many S.A.C. alumni, 
young and old, and I have yet to meet a St. 
Andrew's man with whom I would not be 
proud to be associated. 

To the undergraduates, we can confirm that 
participation in some, or all, of the programs 
available here to you at S.A.C. is 
tremendously important and is an essential 
part of your school life. For those who are 
not inclined to participate as much as others, 
do not despair. Just by being here, one is 
strengthened by the friendships, the 
associations and the entire atmosphere that 
is S.A.C. The old axiom holds true; the more 
that you put into this community, the more 
you will take with you when you leave. 

A great wit once said that "if it were not for 
our parents, we wouldn't be here". Well, I 
suppose there is some biological truth to that 
statement. Although when I asked Mr. West 
in Grade Nine Health, I did receive a 
somewhat vague answer. Leaving that aside, 
however, I suggest that if it were not for our 
parents, we would not be here at S.A.C. 
Some of you dads here today were fortunate 
enough to attend this school. You knew of 
the exp)erience that awaited your son. Others, 
like my dad had to go by recommendation 
and a lot of faith. In my own case and I am 




confident that I speak for the entire student 
population, I would like to say a simple thank 
you Dad, thank you Mom, for affording me 
the finest all-round education possible today. 
Thank you for giving me the opportunity of 
attending St. Andrew's College. 

Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to 
recognize the unheralded heroes of S.A.C. 
The faculty and staff. Without their Interest, 
their concern, support, patience and 
understanding ■ we could not be where we 
are today and would not have the most 
beautiful campus that many have ever seen. 
There are none finer than these people and 
we appreciate all they have done for us. 

The year 1988-89, for me, will stand out as 
certainly the best year of my life. It has been 
an honour to serve as your Head Prefect and 
1 thank all the students and faculty for giving 
me this opportunity. To my fellow prefects, 
it has been a great year and I thank you for 
your support and dedication to the job. As 
a group, St. Andrew's will miss youl 

Finally, I would like to thank all those who 
gone before, who have sat here on Prize Day 
in years gone by. I thank them for 
maintaining and protecting the traditions that 
have made this school the great Canadian 
institution that it is today. S.A.C. will always 
b>e part of each and every one of us who are 
graduating today. 

As we go now, I hope we will never forget 
our strong school motto, "Quit Ye Like Men, 
Be Strong." We came here as boys; we leave 
here as men. But not just ordinary men. We 
leave as St. Andrew's men. 

Jason Callender 




BACK ROW (L TO R): Mike Ross, Mark Tawil, Brian Ledson, Curtiss Boyington, Ian Pady, Mark 

Glusing 

FRONT ROW (L TO R): Will Hill, Peter Hickey, Jason Callender, Chris Kelly, Chris Manlrop 

ABSENT: Rod Boothby, Jason Ussif 




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Daoid Pepall Bradfteld (1984-1989) 

rSICKtSAMES: Naih, BoufTer, Crazy Dave, Super Dave. 

The Music Man 

SAYINGS: 'How many people go to this school?', 

'Actually...', 'Nealo (kneetoe)r, 'Silence is musici', 

'Dudes, let's go Jaml' 

ACTlVlTIEtS: Stage Band (if it ever really existed). School 

Musicals (Kiss Me Kate, Grease), St. Andrew's College 

representative at the Independent Schools Music Festival, 

Drama Festival, House Plays (Actor, Director), Cross 

Country Skiing, Tennis, Mountain Biking. House Captain, 

Founder of 'The Silence'. 

Friends are the greatest thing you can ever have. Over 
the past five years. St. Andrew's has provided me with the 
opportunity to make many great friends. The lessons I've 
leamed here, practical and academic, are innumerable. 
What is In store for us? UFEI 

Jason Colin Callender (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Cally, J-Rocks, Chipmunk, Jase. Geek 
ACTIVITIES: Head Prefect; Head Of Flavelle House; Pipes 
and Drums. Drum Major; House Captain; Head Of 
Chapel; First Football. Capt., ISAA Champs; First Rugby: 
Musical; House play; Muslp Class Coffee Break; The 
"MO." club; Rne Arts Society; Burger Boy: Bathroom 
Choker Club; Mcdonaldfest; May 24 Whitewater Rafting 
'89; Bad boy posse; Club Waterloo Honorary Member; 
Bahamian Bobsled Team. 

SAYINGS: -Wha's up?'. 'Veil muddo sick!". 'Is there 
enough room in your car?". "Mase. how's.... never mind.". 
"I quit drinking...", "Of course I have a licencel". "I don't 
go to Pitzy'sl", "Hey brah", 'Harry, why are your eyes so 
close together?". 'Creber...your leg's hugel". "Sturge, I 
would grine' datl". ■Slerls...l don't think she's that hot.". 
"Matt. ..I want a divorce!". "Pop the trunk!*, "N0...I 
dumped her!" 

Stephen M. Cathcart (1988-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Catbush. Catmandu, Carts. Captain 
Crunch, Steverino. Fly 

ACTIVITIES: I Hockey (Capt.); I Cross Country; A litUe 
Golf; Waiting for Joe to bring back my notes. 
SAYINGS: 'Hey you with the red suit and the white beard!! 
Check me out!!', 'No Biff, get your damn hands off 
her!'. 'How come the White Sox are mostly black?'. 'For 
nine months you're trying to get out; for the rest of your 
life you're trying to get back in again.', 'Jesus, are you 
ever stupid!', 'Twelve gauge autoloader; .45 long slide 
with da laser sighting; Phase plasma rifle with da 40 watt 
range; da Uzi 9 millimetre.'. 'Hockey's a grind. Use it to 
sharpen your character.' 



Thanks and good luck to all my friends, esp>ecia!!y Mark 
(he Is ME). Jon (the best dressed fascist) and Bongo 
(AL). 1 would also like to thank Mr. Foy (Housemaster 
extraordinaire, and tutor in Grade 13) and Mr. Jackson 
(tutor for most of my career at SAC) for providing me with 
Inspiration and acting as great mentors. I owe the greatest 
thanks to my family, who were always there when I 
needed them, to share In my Joys or comfort me in sorrow, 
and for making me stick with it. Thanks to everyone, and 
may our paths cross again! 
'Some days ivtll slay a Ihousand years, 
Some pass like the flash of a spark; 
Who knows where all our days go?' 
- Big Country 



My Tive years at S.A.C. were not a waste of lime. At first 
I saw it as something one had to do. but this attitude 
slowly dissipated and I found myself wanting to be a part 
of S.A.C. It has proved to be en exemplary 
learning institution. The oppjortunities one is presented 
with are endless and it just takes a bit of initiative to take 
advantage of these. The friends I have acquired and the 
times 1 shared with them will always be remembered. 
Thanks to Mr. Foy for saving my @*l, helping me 
recognize my potential, and having faith in me; I will 
always be indebted to you. Thanks also to Mase. Sterls, 
Sturge. Raven, Matt, Tank, Rod, Bud, Reed, Vogel. Armo 
(151) and all others who took me into their lives. Special 
thanks goes to my Mom and Don. and, my Dad and 
Sherrill. They made S.A.C. possible for me and never 
gave me anything but support Good luck next year to all 
and if ever in the Bahamas, look me up! 'U's neuuh over 
'Ull It's over, do de best you can an 'success Is yours. You 
see de plant' - Someone 



Humour is the best medicine. Friends are the best 
remedy. St. Andrew's has provided the ultimate dose of 
both. Remember 'The Friday Night Game' as k>ng as you 
can. Simon, Joe. Marshall. Jon, Andrew. Scott. Bill, Dave. 
Mark. Robby M. Matty C. Derek and Mich -we'll all be 
alright. Thanks to my best friervds Warrwi and Jordy for 
growing with me and showing me the tightrope of life. 
Good 'n' tight. For making It possible, thanks for sitting 
in the box with me. JH.. Mr. Yuill, you're the greatest. Most 
of all. thanks for caring. Mom and Dad, while still 
understanding how much of an individual ! am. I love you 
both. 



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nelson H. S. Chung (1986-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Dreaded Chung brother 

ACTIVniFS: Junior Track and Reld; Second Volleyball; 

First Fencing, MVP; Review staff; The All Night Club 

(ping-pong; cards; mahjong; pool; basketball; studying): 

Math tutor; rending Chinese comics. 

SAYINGS: 'Are you going to be a chicken for the rest of 

your life, John?', 'Stop Itl', 'I don't knowl', 'Are you 

stunned?', 'No, you're r>ot sorry, Oscar!' 



Charlton Bruce Dickson (1986-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Chuck, Chuckle, Chucklebutt, Dicker, 

Dickerson, Rusty 

ACTIVITIES: First Swimming, ISAA Champs '86; 

Second Tennis, MIP '87; X-Country Running; Scuba; 

Mcdonald's food connoisseur; Auto racing on campus; 

Member of the Flavelle house tobacco appreciation club 

(2a); Sleeping & Complaining. 

SAYINGS: 'MarkI it's a nasty stinkln' rat!' "Well, don't 

blame me, blame David Peterson.' 'Bloody SoclalistI' 

"Who cares, it's just $ 53.75.' 'I'm so deadl' 'Of course 

it's reall' 



Jonathan R. Hart (1983-1989) 

NICKNAME: Igor, King of TakeofT, Cobb 
SAYINGS: "Hey, watch the Guccis"; "Hi, how are ya?"; 
Best dressed Fascist; *! wish I were American." 
ACTIVITIES: House plays (Actor, Director); Musical (4a); 
Cross country running; Platoon Sgt.; Spain Trip (Gr.l 1) 

I would like to start off by saying a few words about St. 
Andrew's. The thing I liked most about S.A.C. was the fact 
that it was always different There were happy times and 
sad times (but mostly happy ones). I thank S.A.C. for this 
varied life. I know these six years will be ones that will be 
missed. They say that a person is a result of his 
surroundings and those p>eople that he surrounds himself 
with. Therefore, I want to thank my friends without whom 
I wouldn't have made anything of this opportunity, and 
who have contributed to making me the person I am now. 
(This is meant as a compliment guys.) Thanks Bill, 

Peter Hickey (1986-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Hicks, Hickster, Tourist, Red-NeckHlck, 
SAYINGS: "Curt, what did you sign me up for this time?l 
(anything). ..from hell." "The amount of fun you have 
skiing is directly proportional to how little control you 
have." "I'd rather die then ski like an Instructor!" 'I'm 
going to that guy Long's House.' 'Hamilton's the best! 
Honest, Hamilton really is a nice place!" 
ACTIVITIES: Prefect; Service Committee Chairman; Grad 
Fund Raising Committee Chairman; Mayfest 
Committee;Grad Review; Volleybal!;A & N Skiing; 
Crosscountry Running; Rugby; Track and 
Reld;Assistant Head of House; Captain in Cadets; Old 
Folks Night. 



My three years here have been a good learning 
experience for me. I would never forget the new things I 
learned, the wonderful friends I made, and the fun I had. 
Actually my three years had turned out much better than 
I thought It would. SAC not only gave me the tools to 
succeed. It enriched my life as well. However, If my 
parents hadn't forced me to come, I wouldn't be here. I 
am glad that they did; It's (seen worth while. I would like to 
thank oil my teachers, tutor and housemaster for their 
help Br>d support. John, thanks for making me kjse some 
brain cells. Oscar, thanks for letting me beat you In 21. 
Good Luck to Adrian, Alan, David, Dirk, Eric, Gary, Glen, 
Horace, Shane and all the other guys. Special thanks to 
my aunt. 



Life at St. Andrew's has been quite an experience. When 
I got here In Grade 11,1 didn't know what to expect. I 
soon realized that I had been given an excellent 
opportunity, and I sfrould make the most of it. I will take 
this opportunity to thank some people who had a real 
effect on my life at St. Andrew's. Mark Lopez, my 
roomate for 2 years, who made me see that the Carribean 
isn't that bad a place. Jon Hart, for participating in many 
highly controversial conversations, of which Ed 
Broadbent would not approve. Mr. Foy (the best 
Housemaster by far) for his patience and understanding. 
Mr. Walden for his coadiing on the Swim Team for three 
years. And lastly, but most of all, I would like to thank 
my parents, who made sacrifices to make this all 
p)osslble. I love you both. Thanks. 



Arvdrew, Sean, Dave, Steve, Simon, Gary, Adam, Hugh. 

I also want to thank Mr. Foy and Mr. Halstead who have 

stuck up for me through hard times and have helped bring 

about the good times. Lastly and most importantly, my 

parents. I want to thank both of you for the guidance, faith 

and love that have always been there when needed, 

through the whole time at St. Andrew's. 

/ want to Hue, 

I want to grow, 

I want to see, 

I want lo know, 

I want to share what I can give, 

I want to be 

I want to Hue. ' John Denver. 

It is these things that St. Andrew's allowed me to do. 

Thanks again Mom and Dad. I love you both for giving 

me these six years. 



My three years at SAC have been years of growth and 
happiness. The school offers so many unique 
oppxirtunities to the students who are willing to get 
involved that success Is Just a matter of giving the 
effort. My thanks go to all the excellent coaches and 
teachers who I have been fortunate enough to be involved 
with. Sp>ecial thanks must go to Mr. Foy and my parents 
for believing in me, and my brother and sister for giving 
me such high goals. 






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David K. S. Ho (1985-1989) 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball (Captain. MVP); Fencing 
(Captain); for which to aim; Tennis: Fine Arts Society; 
Classical music club; Cadet (Sergeant). 

Thank you to my parents for giving me the opportunity 
to study in St. Andrew's. Throughout my four years of 
studying, many valuable friendships are accomplished • 
(G.R., M.S., h.C, E.W.). I am comfortable enough to 
approach my future. 

My thanks to Mr. Foy for his support and also to Mr. Arril 
for his guidance. Finally, thank you to Mr. Inglls for his 
high recommendation marks. 



Adam Long (1982-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Bongo. Bingo. Bango (or anything that 

ryhmes), Teddy, Cubby. Snuggles (or anything that 

sounds like a stuffed toy), Addy 

SAYINaS:"Shut up Mattr, "Dave you are weird", "Curt 

you are a tree", ' You are spiteful", ' B = B",' It's pay back 

time", "Yes Willll", "Jake watch your head (and by the 

way w+iat was her name?)' 

ACTIVITIES: Footbal; Basketball; Miniball (Salt 'n Pepa): 

H.R. Club; Rec Room Resident, 



Mark Fabian Lopez (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Loperrr, Marky-Joe 

SAYINGS: "Where's Bulby", "He's Bulberizing', "Hey 
Pee-pi meat", "Clay where's the knife from Ochj", "Yes 
Clay, the Mazda was a write-off but at least I never hurt 
my buddy", "I used to love her but I had to kill her", "This 
is a song of songs", "Sorry Shane but Appleton is belter 

than that Vatt s ", "Shane where's K and My ' 

ACTIVITIES: First Swimming (2a, Captain, M.V.P.) , 
Scuba, Open Water, Advanced and Rescue Diver; 
Mayfest Commilee. 



G. E. Andrew Luks (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Cobb, Lionel Joseph, Panelvan Dan or 

Stan, Mr.Goodwrench 

ACTIVITIES: House Captain, Sports Captain Ravelle; 

Co-head of Chapel; Lieutenant; First Football; Second 

Hockey; Cross-country Running. 

SAYINGS: 'Hey, you can get that at Canadian Tirel' 

'PORSCHE, THERE IS NO SCJBSTITUTE III" "I can't wait 

to get the cottage I" "I'm telling you the truth " " Nodoubll" 



To begin. I would like to thank my family for making my 
years at SAC possible, and for putting up with me (thanks 
Mom, Dad and Nan). Also. I would like to thank my 
brother, for if he had not decided to come to SAC, I would 
not have ended up here either (good choice Nick), 
For the past few days I've questioned myself as to what 
I've gained by being at SAC. The answer I've come up 
with, is probably not one you would expect I don't believe 
it has prepared me for university or even helped me 
choose the right university, but rather it has prepared me 
for life. I've learned how to deal with people and make 
lasting friendships. To me this is the greatest attribute I 
could have gair>ed from school, and I woukln't give it 
up for anything. Speaking of friends, I thank you all (you 
know who you are), I couldn't have made it without you. 



My last two years at SAC have been a real growing 
experience; the first time away from home were difficult 
at first. But friends were quickly made and I have 
memories of good limes that I will never forget. St. 
Andrew's College is a very distinguished institution of 
which I am proud to be a part of. I am confident about the 
future and that is half the battle won. 
Thanks to all my teachers and friends for their support. 
Thanks most of all to Mum and Dad; without you I would 
be nowhere. I love you. 
Jamaica, here I comel 



I would like to take this opportunity to show my 
appreciation for all who have partaken in my education 
at S.A.C. In particular, I would like to thank Mr.Foy; you 
have treated me with the care you would show your own 
son; you are undeniably the ultimatel Next 1 would like to 
thank Mr. Somerville who has been the secret to my 
academic success. I would like to thank Mr.Hiltz; the 
physics has been tough but I tove ill Most of all I wouW 
like to thank my parents who have made tliis once-in-a- 
lifetime opportunity possible. I k>ve you AV)m, Dad, Vin 
and Gin. Thank you S.A.C; what I have learned up here 
on the hill Is priceless. I am sad to leave behind what has 
been my home, where my friends are. I will never forget 
you S.A.C. 



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Shane Anthony Marshall (1988-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Sly, Shaneus, Trinl. Sideburns and Hippie 
(when hair was long and sideburns intact) 
ACTIVITIES: Welghllifling; Sunlanning; 1st Cricket; 
Chapel ■ Skipping ( MIP. 2nd Term ); Captain of the three 
member strong sidebum team and full - time warm water 
baby. 

SAYINGS: 'Chris. JERK this weekend?" "Yep. great 
weather, snow in April. ''Caribovera Red Stripe any day 
Mark. ' ' Intense ' ' Serious. Sean ? No way I ' ' 27 more 
showers before March Break" 

After a quick re - cap of my first and only year at SAC. 
I can say that I remember only good times and better 
limes. It was a great year for me. coming In with not a 
thought in my head about my future, and leaving with a 
very decisive plan about my life. Some great person said, 

Theodore Mirkopoulos (1985-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Greek, Theo, Mirk, Microscopoulos, 
Hatchet, Berg Count, Monster, Beaker, Howley 
SAYINGS: "I'm serious" "Malaka" "Hey Berg. ..Later Berg" 
"Not. ..Not even. ..No way" "Burger Boy Oath" 
"Wake me up for chapel" "Craig you've changed" 
"Corey you're such a..." "Wake up Joel" 
'You're soooo cool' 'No. I don't have a date yet' 
ACTIVmES: I Soccer (MVP); I Rugby; II Basketball; 
Debating: House Captain; Head of MacDonald House; 
Mayfest; #1 Platoon Sgl; Grad Fundraising; FHcUonary 
Club; Burger Boy Club; Honour Guard '88; Nova Scotia 
'88. 

In September of 1984, a 5'4", 130 pound very thin, 
innocent kid ventured through the front gates, past the 
statue of St. Andy and into the halls of St. Andrew's 
College. In my four years at S.A.C I've seen good and 

Renny D. Monaghan (1983-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Ren, Suig, Borse, Pinhead, Billy, 
Goldfinger, Gladfly. 

SAYINGS: 'Pinhead, Where are you going?', 'Euchre 
tonight?', 'Arch, I answered your phone call, I told her 
you weren't here.', 'You broke up again?', 'Rob, what 
are you doing tonight?', 'Belly, have you got the Jag?', 
'It has to be ice cold.', 'Armstrong, you freaki', 
'Hogan's?", 'Arch are you lost again?', 'Bucky etc...', 
'Food is terrible tonight', 'Baron, I thought you 
quitl','Boltleof dark....*. 

ACTIVITIES: UI4B, 014, U15 Cricket; U14B, (J16B (2a) 
Soccer; UI4, ai6(MIP), U16, 2nd (MVP, Asst. Capt), 1 st 
Hockey; 1st Lacrosse (2a); Record holder for chapel, 
breakfast and dinner appearances. 



Gary J. Rocha (1987-1989) 

ACTIVITIES: Co-Founder of the Rne Arts Society; School 

Musical; Classical Music Club; Down Hill Skiing; 

Midweeks. 

SAYINGS: 'Nelson, how do you do this question?' 

'Curtiss, I can't believe this Is happerunglll' 

Special thanks to my parents for making my slay at SL 
Andrew's possible. I'd also like to thank Mr.Foy, Mr.Hillz, 
Mr.Arril, and Mr.Bedard for their guidance and 
support. Finally, I'd like to express my gratitude to DH, 
EW, JH, CB, AL, NS, M O'C, NC, SK for helping to keep 
my sanity and making my life at S.A.C. meaningful. 



'People make a place.', and I found this to be most 
relevant to S.A.C. 1 have made many close friends here. 
I want to thank my teachers who helped me 
Immeasureably. even though there were some strained 
points through a pile - on type workload. 1 especially want 
to thank Mom, Dad, Gramps, Gran and Kates, without 
whose support, reaching this far would not have been 
possible. SF>eciBl thanks to Mr. Foy (the world's best 
housemaster) and Mark, Sean, Gov, Al, Danny, Chris 
("the door ready? '), Rob and the crew, Dan, Yo, Mike, 
and the rest. 

NEXT YEAR: University of Kent (yes. In England) or 
some other famous pub. 



bad times. The good ones were often shared v^th the 
precious friends one never forgets; CS, CW, Bl_ MS, TK, 
JM, JL, MG, JC and many others. Thanks to three great 
housemasters. Mr. Foy and Mr. Hanson and Mr. Galajda, 
boarding at S.A.C was more like living in a minimum 
security Holiday Inn rather than Alcatraz. I also owe 
thanks to my tutor Mr. Stuart, and all the masters that 
have guided me over the years. Thanks to my two 
brothers, Jim and Mike, I always had someone to lean on 
and someone to lean on me. There are two p>eople, to 
whom I owe everything and these are the two most 
important people in my life. To my Mom and Dad: 
Ihank- you for your love. your understanding, your support 
but above all, thank you for choosing St. Andrew's. To 
my entire family; I love you all. In June of 1989, a 6'0", 
190 pound man (I'm so big) will leave behind him the 
hallowed halls, the statue and the front gates. St. 
Andrew's is not my school; St. Andrew's Is my way of 
life. 



Most people start their comments with their reflections 
on the school. I would like to make sure that my parents 
get the recognition they deserve. To my mother I would 
like to express my truest k>ve and respect. From the limo 
service, my bank account, to being my personal 
physician. Mom you're the best. To my father I would 
also like to express my truest love and respect. For your 
wisest insights into humility, laying low, education, and 
girls. Dad, a sincere thank you. There isn't enough space 
to write about you two. To my friends, the memories are 
gold. Have one on me (you two Alkie): J.MacM., B.A., 
LH., R.I., MB., CO., M.S., T.M., R.W., A.C., J.McG., 
R.K., C.A., A.B., R.M., CB. To my mentors, thanks: 
Mr. Foy, Mr. Whitehead, Mr. Stuart, Mr. Clements, Mr. 
Dun/ord, Mr. Harrison. My reflections? Don't lake Gr. 13 
Physicslll Once again to everyone, thanks for your care, 
understanding, trust, and opinions. 








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Anthony I. Sam (1987-1989) 

rSICKrSA/AES: Tony, Sam. Punchy, Cute Bahomlon,Ty(by 
my parents). Islander, Warm-water boy, Tony Tiger, Son 
of a Priest (S.O.P), M.C.Sam, Sammy Dredd. 
SAYINGS: "I am not spiteful". "Mmmmm", 'Ruff-rufT. 
"Do you know what that Is backwards?", "Yes Willi", 
"Shut-up, Mattl", "Check out my Fila cat", "Dave, you're 
weird", "I'm the best!", "I'm the worst". "I'm 
Indifferent", "Moo dati", "Well mudda-slckl, "Conch 
salad?", "Jeans and Jeans don't match", "Shut-up, I'm 
sleepin'l", "Ejicuse memiss, isallofdat yours?", "Sam is 
my last name, not my Hrstl", "What else do you have of 
mine, Mark?" 

ACTFVITIESrService Committee; Art-work for Mayfest 
and Home-coming shirts; Football; Basketball; 
Volleyball; Cricket; Housecoptain; Mini-ball Association; 
Rapper; Dolphins and Heat fan; Rec-room member. 

Naveen Somaroo (1983-1989) 

SAYINGS: 'Gary, think like a man w+ien it concems such 
matters." "Sir I was in the in/irmary." "Don't ever fart on 
my bed Jason." "I don't remember anything about last 
night." " Hey David, I need help in Calculus." ' Let's see 
who owes me money." 

ACTIVITIES: First Football; Second Football: Track & 
Held; Rugby; Crosscountry Skiing; Fencing; Cycling; 
House Captain; Member of the French Club; Member of 
the International Affairs Club. 





Craig Retford Sterling (1985-1989) 

NICKNAMES; STERLS, Berger Boy, Hauley Bra, Keanu. 
SAYINGS: "Hey Bergl", "Yah WhateversI", "Laters.Bral", 
"He's so HAULY, he don't even know he's HAULEYI", 
"Hey, we go pound eml", "Ted is so bigl", "Corey can 
you get the car tonight?", "Led, when was your last title 
wave?", "Shanks". "J-Rocks lets go read a book in your 
bathroom.", "Surely you je3tl"."Ted you back stabberl", 
"Me Sarcastic?r, "This has been MOSTTRIUMPHANTII", 
ACTIVITIES; Rrst, Second, U16 Hockey; Rrst Volleyball, 
!SAA Champs); First Lacrosse: Rugby; Cross-Country: 
Rrst Suntanning; Clan Colours: Cadet Lt.; Piclionary 
Club: Ted's loyal roommate: Berger boy oaths; Coors 
Club: RITCJALSII 

Upon receiving my Old Boy's Tie on Prize Day, yet 
another happy and joyful chapter of my life has been 
finished. It is with mixed emotions that I will finally leave 
St. Andrew's College. St. Andrew's provides far beyond 
superior ocedemics, far beyond the classroom. It is 

EricH. W. Woo (1985-1989) 

ACTIVITIES: Co-founder of the Fine Arts Society; 
Classical Music Club; Mid-weeks ... 



We're abandoning thts life we've led. So long to 
highschool and SAC. We'ue started on the trip ahead. 
We're never coming backl Oh, what a llfePWe cannot wait. 
To be In that college land. Where we'll be masters of ow 
fate, And lead a life that's grand. 
■ Calvin and Hobbes 

Much can be said about my two year romance with St. 
Andrew's, but it has probably all been said by my 
colleagues . The »cf>ool and everything in it have been a 
tremendous Influence on me and the path I will take In 
the future. There have been both good and bad moments 
but I will treasure all of my memories, and I will never 
forget the school. I cannot say that I am not glad to be 
leaving, but good-byes are always sad. Thanks to my 
teachers. Special thanks to my parents, Mr.Foy, and all 
of the close friends for tlieir support and good times while 
I was here. I will never forget any of you.Thank-you God. 
NEXT YEAR:To dive conch at home, shack up with 
Armaly In fils card-board box and watch all the Dolphin's 
games. 

My six years at SL Andrew's are finally over, and have I 
changed? Yes I have, and I am proud of the new me. I 
wish to thank all my teachers who have helped me 
IhrougfKiut my stay here, and a special thanks to Mr. Foy, 
who made Ravelle house seem like a home to me, and 
for fils friendship. To my beloved parents, thank you very 
much for giving me the opportunity to attend such a fine 
school;: all the love that you have expressed to me during 
my stay here will never be forgotten. 



this community which has broadened my character, and 
made me a better person. For that I am forever indebted. 
Attending S.A.C. Is rrat something you do alone. Great 
friends help you along. To Mr.Foy(The Greatest 
Housemaster ever), Mr. Dunford. and Mr. Smith too, 
thanks for your guidance, support, friendship, and your 
understanding. To my two best friends in the world, Ted 
Mirkopoulos and Corey Williams, the two who really know 
me, thanks for being you. Friends Forever. To Led, 
Shanks. Jase, and all the others, one person doesn't 
deserve as much as you have given me; thanks for the 
great times, never lose touch. And to the two most 
important people In Ihie world, MOM and DAD, without 
who's support, advice, encouragement, and love this 
wouldn't have been possible - I love you always. To 
Shawn, my bro, for his constant love and support, he's 
been by my side. And love to Tippy tool To know that 1 
have made people smile and be happy, is all that counts. 
Never forget me. I love you alll 




My deepest gratitude to Mr. Myrans, Mr. Hillz, Mr. Inglis 

and Mr. Harper for their sup>erb teaching and much thanks 

to Mr. Bedard and Mr. Foy for their fine support and 

guidance. A. M.L: ILDII 

Future - Commerce, Intemational trade. Chartered 

Accountancy. 



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Mark A. R. Atkins (1986-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Ack. Ynpper, Biff, 

SAYINGS: High school with beds, you're 8 Jokel, Horry 
get outi, pick up chicks and go to the barrr, Hey Buddy, 
BLUE. Ya okay buddy whaleverl, Location, vette, be 
gentle no violence, what if you were a geek?, 
KIdPigJerk, nice handsl, Glus, you don't do school, 
manger mol je suls un danish, S.A.G.C.C., 
hamburger-buckwheat-spankyknocker. The less they 
know the belterl WHY absolutely! 

ACTIVITIES: Rrst Football (86-87 ISAA champs); First 
Hockey (M.I. P.), Second Hockey; Tennis; Rrst Rugby, 
England and Wales Rugby Tour 1989; Captain cadets; 
TheMoe; Bum Bus; Table lOhCleve's; WESTEKNI 

'Don't let schoolln get In the way of education' 
Mark Twain 

Alexander H. Bradshaw (1981-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Al, Brad, Shaw, Bradish. Big Al, PI, Uer. 
Brads, Aiexness 

ACTIVITIES: 1st Cricket (3a), U15 Cricket, II Football 
(Capt.), U16A Football (2a), 016B Football, First 
Lacrosse, U13 Soccer, Jr. Squash. Rink-rat (3 years 
winter term). Head of Memorial, House Captain. Vice 
President of Montrose. Lt. Cadets, Acapuico with LED. 
Montreal trip. 

SAYINGS: "I swear to God, this is the truth.' 'I never did 
anything to anybody.' 'Hey Led. movie tonight.' 'Brian, 
get under the covers Brianl" "Teeeeed." 'Shut up - I don't 
do school." 'No, Joe, Smurf, I don't have any dip. "Oh 
no. I forgot to call Jen.' 'Take that back.' 'I know my shirt 
is white Goose.' Brown. I think that is the fastest I've ever 
heard you talk.' *Oh boyi" 



Jason Kenneth Bullen (1988-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Jake. New Boy, Charlie Sheen, 
Stradlaeter, G.Q. Jake 

ACTIVITIES: Rrst Football; Second Swimming. Capt., 
M.V.P.; Lacrosse; Pipes and Drums; Packing Society; Ales 
of the World Club; The Silence - one day!; Sheen Fan 
Club; going to Rome discos underdressed; Jammy Car 
Rippers; The Mo - v/hen I get inl; 

SAYINGS: 'Pass a Red Stripe, battymanl' 'How did 
those Dutch girls know my name?' 'Will you marry me?' 
"We have to visit the Bulldog - it's legal therel' 'Pady, 
what's her name again?' 'How much for a pitcher at the 
Peel Pub?r 'BlazingI" "Quick - into the closet - it's Bryl* 
'Know what my rushing average is?' "Yeah, whatever." 



Throughout my three years ot SAC, every problem and 
experlerKe seemed colossal; I now realize they were for 
my benefit. Every aspect of SAC life, academically or 
athletically will contribute to my success in the business 
we so call life. Friends at SAC have made my stay even 
more memorable; people like Bud. Devo, Walk and 
Keatsjust stress my p>oint regarding 'It's not who you are, 
it's who you knowl' Many thanks also to MO, SG, MR, 
DM, and SR. Finally, thanks to Mom and Dad who were 
both always there when I needed you, although I was 
never too reliable, you made the whole experience worth 
while. Father Sean O'Sullivan, you were a truly 
remarkable man and a real friend. And to my brothers, 
yes I will be more successful. 



Well, almost a decade later, it's hard to believe it's all 
over. For the past eight years, St. Andrew's has been a 
part of my life. I have made so many great friends, friends 
I will take whereever I go in life. BL. MS, TK, JM. DR, MG 
■ you're a great bunch of guys. S.A.C. taught me so much, 
not just in classes but in life. I can still hear Mr. Hansen 
yelling at me when 1 was only 1 1 years old. and still be 
able to joke about it at the age of 19. To Mr. Walden. a 
great tutor and friend, to Mr. Treasure and Mr. Raaflaub - 
thanks for all you have done in showing me the growing 
process. The people who I owe all the thanks in the world 
to are Lally and Rob. and especially Mom and Dad. To 
those who remain behind, ask not what St. Andrew's can 
do for you, but what you can do for St. Andrew's. 



While trying to avoid a melodramatic reflection, I can't 
help looking back on my sole year al S.A.C. with pride. 
The keys to success are covertly present here - aim high 
(holy air force commerciall). give it your best, and 
maintain a balance in your lifestyle. The future seems 
much more focused, and I'm ready for IL 
Thanks to all of the guys who helped this new boy feel a 
little more 'at home'- too many to mention. Thanks Mr. 
Timms for the guidance. Thanks AVam and Dad for the 
opportunity. Love ya. 



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Sean B. Callender (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Slergeon, The Rose, Cally and Cow (for the 

Bruddas) 

ACTIVITIES: I & II Football; I RIHes; I Cricket; U17 Rugby; 

Pipes and drums; Cadet Sgt. 

SAYINGS: 'He ain't here and he ain't in the shower", 

"Yeah chief.", "Bossman...", "Check ya.", "man, fix ya 

boy one Anejo and coke", "Hold me backl", "She look 

D.", "carry yaas." 

Upon reflection on my academic career I would firstly like 
to thank my Mother and Father for giving me the 
opportunity to have completed my education thus far. I 
appreciate the sacrifices you made and I love you both 
for everything. To Steph, Meg, the rest of my family and 
friends in the Bahamas (especially the JO BRUDDAS, 
Patrick, Mike, Chris, Dake, Sean and Hens), I'm indebted 
to you all for making the re turn home much more 

Geoffrey Allen Fell (1984-1989) 

ACTIVITIES: House League, Track and Field, G16 Soccer 

"...but nothing can be said against lauqhing... Laughter is 
one pleasure in this world that is free. That is why it is the 
greatest pleasure in life." 

Riuers 

Moving swiftly through cracks and curves 
rivers flow from high to low, 
flowing over rocks and sand 
till Journey's end - only to start again. 



Mark Klaus Glusing (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Gluse, Goose, Hobbit 

SAYINGS: Hey Buddyl, Yeah O.k Whatever Buddy, Led, 

you're such a hJckl, Shut up Sheardovm, Bud get out, 

Harry get out. Good hook Matt, unreal. Oh my God 

you're so fast Devitt, Let's pick up some chicks and go to 

the barl. Under the covers Brian, Atkins you don't do 

school. When are you going to pay me back Yap?, You're 

aJoke,S.A.G.C.C. 

ACTIVITIES: 1st Football (2a, ISAA Champs); 1st Rugby 

(2a, Captain, ISAA Champs), England/Wales Rugby Tour 

(Captain); Sergeant; Prefect; House Captain; co-founder 

Memorial House weight room; educational visits and tours 

of McGlll; active member of "filding from Brian" In the 

closet. 

During the last two years at St. Andrews, I have learned 
a lot about myself, my studies but mostly about people 
and their differences. The people are what make St. 

Oscar F. Ip (1 988- 1 989) 

NICKNAMES: Ipster, Blind man, Osk, OHIP. 
ACTIVITIES: All Night Club ( ping-pong, cards, pool, 
studying, basketball); House League; Stress Analysis; 
Sleeping. 

SAYINGS: "Come on, do it JohnI"; "Norm, stop messing 
up my room"; "John, you missed your bus"; "Lets gol"; 
"You Portugesh"; "What's going on around here"; "No you 
can't go to the bathroom"; "I'm sorry. Nelson". 



appreciated than it otherwise could ever be.To all of the 
guys up here; well, it's been interesting anyway. We've 
all bounced island vernacular off each other and formed 
quite an Impressive conglomerate language. 
Now nobody can understand usl For this I thank Gov, 
Ramyo, Traits (respect), BufTy, Ma], Tony, Lopez and 
Vance, ehl To Rich - consider construction as a career 
considering your extensive knowledge of forming a sound 
BASE to any & every leggo superstructure. Mike, we'll 
start lifting next week so call up Emilo's tonightl I'm also 
greatful to BishopAnnaly's religious Influence in directing 
me from the evils of a debaucherous lifestyle 151. Shane, 
see you next yearl Keep pumping Gluse, Arnold has 
nothing on youl See you at home Coco. Finally, thanks 
to all of my teachers, especially Mr.Klnney and Mr. 
Treasure for everything and my cuz Jason for making my 
transition from the Bahamas to Canada that much easier. 
Check ya Dave & Ted. P.S. Jo bmddas... Holies Unitel 



Andrew's such an experience; without them all that Is lefl 
are empty buildings and playing fields. The friends I have 
made here will leave me memories that will remain with 
me forever. Bud, Led, Devo, Plax, Matt. Both Callenders, 
Pick. Mase, Gund, Voges, Weed, Shanks, Teeeed, Greek, 
Craig, Gove, Brads, Pady - without you guys the trip 
would have been impossible. (If I forgot anyone don't be 
offended) Out of all the people I have met. Yap you are 
the most extraordinary, and a great roomie. Mr. Swan, 
you were a great coach/tutor and an influential leader. 
Rashid you are a BIG part of my life now and I will never 
forget you. Voges and Led when are you coming to work? 
Lastly but definitely not leastly, I would like to thank my 
loving parents who sacrificed so much forme. Thanks for 
being there all the lime, I love you both. Good luck next 
year Jon, Bagel, Jamie, Wilf, Chris A. and B.,Quad, and 
Rashid . 
NEXT YEAR: UBC or Acadia with Yap. 



One yearl Has It really been that long? I'd like to thank 
all the guys who have helped me survive the year, and all 
my teachers who have done their t>est to help me. I would 
also like to thank Mom and Dad for everything they've 
done. SAC has molded me into something new and 
hopefully better able to meet the challenges offered by 
life. I'd like to wish Dirk. Nomri. Melim. John, Horace, 
Nelson, Glen, Adrian, Eric, Dave and Gary good luck in 
University. Also Alan, Gary and all the other guys going 
into Grade 13, have a good time. Everybody else - go for 
your goals. 



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Glen Allan Kalllecharan (1988-1989) 



NICKNAMES: Belly. G.Q. Coolie. 
ACTIVmES: Cncket; Houseleague. 
SAYINGS: "Hold cxi lo the rim of your butt.' 
Crop." 



■Eh.' -Holy 



This was my first and last year at S.A.C. It is a fine 
institute that offers a lot of activities both academic arkd 
extracurricular. Although I did not take advantage of all 
the diverse opportunities offered here, I must say that my 
stay was fruitful. During this year I have gained a lot from 
S.A.C. both academically and otherwise. I would like to 
thank all the people that made my stay at S.A.C. a happy 
one. This will include all my new found friends, my room 
mate, and all the masters that have tutored me. This was 
a great year and it was a pleasure to be a part of such a 
fine institute. 



Ted. S. Rang (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES : Teeeeeed, Terrible T, TNT, Bender, 

Roundeye, Putting Green Head, PMC, Buck, and many 

other unbearable names. 

ACTTVmES: Soccen Tennis: Pipes & Daims (W.O.): 

House Play; Montreal '88; Anti-Skinhead Club (Montreal 

Chapter); (J19 Barflying; Purple Zig rock band; Silence 

■89. 

SAYINGS: Shammmmmel Sparel Go home and spik on 

the slrit. HEY, nice shoes. HEY, Gluse p on my legs. 

Led, can I keep the baby. I'm trashedl. "whaaal?" 'shot 
gun." "Hey, Ted. TNT.' 



Shawn J. Kurlan (1984-1989) 

ACTIVmES: Fencing; Kayaking; Swimming; Volleyball; 
Honour Guard. 

SAYINGS: "Helto, I'm Allllllrighf; '1 didn't do it I'; 'Led, I 
need some help'. 

I would like to Ihank Mr. Caldwell, Mr. Raaflaub and Ms. 
Thomson who happen to be superb coaches; my tutors 
who were there when I needed tiiem, Mr. Kitchen and Mr. 
Jones; and most of all my parents for Ihieir support and 
what they had to be burdened with. Best wishes lo the 
best of friends - Adam, Alex, Andrew, Brad, Bud ,Curt, 
David. Rem, Hue, Ip, Gary, Glen, Jake. Jon, Kevin, Led, 
Luks, Morgan, Peter, Mike, Rod, Shanks, Ted, Will, and 
the rest of the graduatir>g class of 1989. 



Brian William Udson (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: LED, Beav, Hie, Ledbush, Cleb 
ACTIVITIES; U16 Hockey (2a MVP, Capt.), U15 Rugby, 
II Hockey (Capt.), First Lacrosse (2a, MiP), I Hockey; 
Housecaptain, Prefect, Honour Guard '87, New York '87, 
CO-Presidenl of Frequent Movew Club, Montreal '88, 
Proprietor Memorial HOuse Grade 13 Common Room, Ll. 
(Cadet Corps). 

SAYINGS: 'Hey Al, want togetamovie?',"Where'sTed?* 
'Shut upT 'Atkins, you are the most annoying person I've 
ever met.', 'Shanks, tuck your shirt in.", "Qluse, you're 
sooo biiiiggl.'. 'Take that back." "Sloooowmoooowl". 
"Teeeedl", 'Al, get upl', "Whalevers, eh Craig?' 



Well I guess I made it. Even though I haven't got a lot 
of time to look back on, certainly tfie years I have spent 
at S.A.C. have been full of memorable experiences that 
I'll chensh forever. What made Ihjs place so special was 
a group of people that I have met and shared pain and 
joy with. My nightmarish roommates. Led and Shanks, 
didn't our friendship grow in the washroom, hiding from 
Mr. Raaflaub every morning? And Reed, Rod, Gluse, 
Bradshaw, Kurr. Mirk, Hicks, S & J Callender, Male Slut, 
Simon, and so many others. It's been "unreal." I would 
never forget the little dreams that I shared with you guys. 
And most of all I'd like lo thank my dear parents for this 
great opfxsrtunity and their support. Also thanks to Rob 
Martin for going lo jail for me. As I enter a new kingdom, 
I wish all those left behind the best of luck. 



'.../[ Is clear the fulure holds great opporiuntUes. It also 
holds pit/alls. The trick will be to aoold the pitfalls, seize 
the opponurUUes and get back home by six o'clock.' 
■ Woody Allen 



I never thought I'd say Ihis but I'm glad I attended S.A.C. 
Five years ago I didn't want a thing to do with this place. 
Now it is a part of me, it's in my blood. I've too many 
friends to mention Ihem all. Without them, I couldn't have 
made il this far. Shanks, it won't be the same without you 
after all these years. Ted, it's been short but it's been 
great. Craig , keep up the rituals, eh! Al, kick back and 
have an ale - I'm sure you will. To MG, RV, JL, TM, CW, 
MA, CK, DR, Ml, DP, SK - good luck and keep In touch. 
To all my teachers, I thank you. For those that gave me 
that extra effort AD, ST, BR, SK, RM a special thanks for 
a job well done. To Mom and Dad, thanks for the 
opportunity; I love you both. >\r. Bedard, thanks for the 
second chance. 






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Joshua B. Matthews (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Tree, Menlol, Panel Van Dan. 
SAYINGS:' Je pos mol." ■ Jusl like '©DlSl* VIet/iamI" " 
Some kind of Mushroom ' " Anywhere that will lake me." 
'Back to the ward.' 

ACTIVITIES: Golden Griddle Crew, ( Four year member ) 
BUTT HUT veteran, S.A.C. en France (Bums in Paris. 
Drunks In Sl.Malo.) , Classes, C.P.R. 





Joseph Charles McGlynn (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Chicago, Yank, Babyface, Shmo 
ACTIVITIES: First Hockey (2a, Asst. Capt.); First 
Lacrosse; Second Soccer; Rec. Golf; House Captain; 
Head of House (2 terms); Colour party. 
SAYINGS: 'We have got to keep the puck In their end, so 
fore-check hard", 'Led, knock It down a couple notches', 
'Martin, you're beginning to worry me." 'No JL, JL. JM, 
JH, AB I don't have any dip.' "Mke, Jas, you drive." 'Yes 
I got cardedagain.' 'Jeff, get him out of my room.' 'Jeff, 
get off me, I'm sleeping." "Later meat." "Mike, call S.B." 
"Marsh, you ready for this *©#%' 'Come on guys, we've 
got to get up for this one.' 'Steve, can I borrow your 
notes.' 'Ted, can you check thus over and put some big 
words in it.' 'I shaved today.' 'Thanks for Inviting me to 
your place Blake.' If I forgot any one; sorry but this was 
done in a rush and I cannot be held responsible for any 
spelling mistakes because 'I know 1 can't spell". 

John Andrew Melim (1986-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Mewon, Watermelon, A^l, Melonhead 
ACTIVITIES: X country Running, Track and Held (MIP); 
Warrant Officer, MonUeal '86; Shipwreck '86. 

After three years at S.A.C. I cannot have the same lazy 
life in the beaches of Madeira. From Prize Day on, I'll be 
off to the adult life in Canada - too bad I am not going 
back ■ but believe it or not, this is where I was bom, and 
where I am living now. 

I would like to thank most of the teachers for a wonderful 
experience at S.A.C. and I think now I am ready to go on 
with any life. Special thanks to Big Dave [Galadja] for 
being one of the best coaches I ever had and for showing 
me that the only valuable result is improvement, not how 
fast I can run. 

Thanks to all the guys in Memorial. I hope to see you all 
some time. 

David William Reed (1982-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Prancer, Repo Man, Beak, Weed, Lou, 
Reedski 

ACTIVITIES: I Volleyball (champs). Volleyball (MIP 
twice): Tennis: Cricket; I Fencing; I Cycling; Cdt. Lt.; 
London '87; a couple musicals, a few plays ■ Director 
once, ISAA Play Festival; Junior Debating; occasional 
painting - Art Award two years in a row; Rng Pong 
maniac; Late night beverage sessions. 

About a million years ago I walked through the doors of 
Mac House for the first lime. Ihe matron stood in the 
doorway, waiting to welcome me into the dungeon. It's a 
horror thai haunts me, even today. It sure has been a long, 
hard tripl But since that distant day I think I've leamed 
only one thing for certain: when I end up at A. A. in a few 
years, I'm sending SAC the bill. Thanks Ma and Pa. It was 
all worth it. 



My many thanks to my Father and Mother 
who sacrificed much In order to give me 
the opportunity of a "higher education ,' (however elusive 
il may be.) I am eternally Indebted to you, and 
all of those *ho supported me these past 
five years at S.A.C 

'Wlreson the Gale, Bcirbs of Hale, to separate one ISaaon.' 
( J.C. & Savuka ) 

'One day In a nuclear age, they may understand our 
rage, build machines that they can't control and bury 
the waist In a great big hole. ' ( Sting ) 
NEXT YEAR: Up the Junctkxi 



Two years ago I came to Si. Andrew's nol knowing what 
to expect. Now I leave having great memories of friends, 
weekends and expierences. I owe a special thanks to the 
Alexanders which was my home away from home. Also 
a great thanks to my parents for giving me what my father 
would call 'the best of both worlds'. Thank-you Mr. 
Dunford and Mr. KImmerererer for all your support on and 
off the Ice; I have leamed a lot not Just about hockey from 
you two but about life; and I almost forgot - No thank you 
we brought or own CokesI In closing I would like to wish 
good health and good luck to all my friends especially Mr. 
Hanson (thanks for all your help) and Mike, Jas, Chris, 
Jeff, John, Led, Alex, Shanks, Steve, Brett and anyone 
else who I may have forgotten; don't worry il all works out 
in Ihe end. 



'7b all my friendsV - The Barfly 

RB: 'I can't believe your losing streak is overl' 

WH: 'Forget about the twins.' 

TK: 'Ted, you'll never gel your license.' 

JC: "What do you mean you didn't inhalel' 

MS: 'Do you need a date for the formal?' 

BL: At the Atherly Arms - 'Led'son the phone with Hilary!' 

SC: 'We wouldn't be going to Waterloo again, would we?' 

MS: 'Are you thinking about Michelle again?' 

JM: 'Wanna come to my house for a few sodas and a 

movie?' 

MT: 'Don't wony, you'll gel back together with her ... I 

thinkl' 

AB: 'Do you have any licorice?' or vice versa. 

FJA: Invite me to the wedding. 

She: Here's to f.f., Ryerson Theatre, and memories. 

'I've been walUn' for tomorrow' The The 



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Mark J. Sheardown (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Shanks, Slomo, Brown, Statsman, The 
Twin 

SAYINGS: "Bud, let's play ball.* "Where's the little nip 
disappeared to?" "Kur, are you cold?" "C'mon guys, let's 
just win the period.' "He's so howlie, he doesn't even 
know he's howlie." "C'mon Led. let's get some food." 
"Geek, what's geek?" "Who Is Ted Murby?" "Glus, quit 
looking in the mirror." "Why does everybody have to 
come to our room?" "Take that back." *Aww, unreal." 
ACTIVITIES: II Football (Capt.); II Hockey (Capt., MVP); 
I Rugby: Housecaplain; Pipe Major; SAC in France; New 
York '87; EnglandAVales Rugby Tour; Bum Bus member; 
Bouncer at the Peel Pub; Manager of the Cincinotti Reds; 
Co-proprietor of the Memorial House Grade 1 3 common 
room; instigator of variouscake, water, food, and shaving 
cream fights; concerts in the box. 

Michael L Simon (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Mitch, Double M 

ACTIVITIES: First Football; First Shooting (2a, Second 
place O.R.A. Championships); Rrst Cricket (2a, Most 
Consistent Batting Average); Cadet Platoon Sgt.; Late 
night beverage session. 

SAYINGS: "Well ■ I could tell you two places he ain't" (see 
S.C), "Youll trois mendezlir, "Put it behind the drawers 
with the rest.", 'Look at all these ugly leggo's - and k)ok 
there's Richl", 'excuse me, Mackle, excuse me .... excuse 
me, Mackie?'. 'Hi I'm Roger Collins.', 'Mike, you think 
dat funnyl' 'Man, Yol wah kind'a cheese you got pon da 
pizza? Swiss, cheddar, parmesan .... kakll', 'Dave, I know 
I can paint, but I just don't feel like.' 

My past two years at S.A.C. have been interesting to say 
the least. I would like to thank my Mother and Father very 
much, for the wonderful opf>ortunity of sending me to 

Adrian R. L.C.Tong (1988-1989) 

NICKNAMES: A.D., Alien, Adrianna 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball; Squash 

SAYINGS: 'How are you, Johm?' 'Jason, will you shut 

upl' 'What are you guys doing in my room?' 'Er...um...* 

My first and last year at St. Andrew's has been an 
interesting and most memorable experience. It has been 
a time for growth and maturity, both academically and 
socially. There are many people at S.A.C. that I'm heavily 
in debt to for their service and exp>erience ■ to them I give 
my best wishes and thanks. First of all, thanks to Mum 
and Dad for giving me the opportunity to study at St. 
Andrew's; to them I send my love. I would also like to 
extend my thanks to Mr. Raaflaub for his thoughtfulness 
and consideration, Mr. Kinney and Mr. Harper for their 

riorman Anthony Vanek (1985-89) 

NICKNAMES: Mailman, Head, Storm. Slormin Normin, 
Nooooooooorml 

SAYINGS: 'Melim, get the Hell out of my room', ' Do I 
owe you any money?', 'Don't you owe me five bucks?', 
'Come on Oscar, I want to play now, Pleeeeasel', ' Glen, 
I need help in Calculus.', 'Wadaya mean my deall? I 
dealt last timet' 

ACTIVITIES: 1st Nordic Skiing (2a); 1st Cross Country 
(2a); 1st Track and Field; 1st Tennis (manager); Jr. 
Volleyball; Nordic Skiing; Cross Country; House Captain; 
Kitzbuhel 87'; poker junkie; Trying to beat the system 
chapel absentee club; Memorial House survivor. 



St. Andrew's Is worthwhile because It forces you to 
CO exist with 400 other people whether you like them or 
not. This can be disheartening when you are trying to get 
some sleep while half the house is throwing a fioor party. 
However, the rewards come with what will surely be 
long-lasting friendships: BL, TK, CK, HG, DP, CS, TM, 
CM, JC. ME, MA, AB. DR. JL, JM • sorry If I forget 
anybody else. Led, I can't imagine what going to different 
schools will be like. Thanks to Mr. Dunford. Mr. Treasure 
and Mr. Halstead. Most of oil, thanks Mom for always 
having the Lme to come to school, end Dad for not letting 
me quit on SAC. (and for paying the bills). 



school here and all the sacrifices they have made, to give 
me the very best. I love you. S.A.C. has built the 
foundations 1 needed to go on to university; disregarding 
the food, S.A.C. Is an excellent school 'which charges 
you for just about everything but the air you breathe'. 
Although two years of it is more than enough - I'm out of 
here. Rich (LL. Cool G), take Sean's advice, go into 
construction, you're de true base man. 'How 'bout a plz2a 

and a '- Thanks a lot to Roger, Cocomo, Neil and 

Andrew; last years posse. Thanks also to Daniel, Johan 
*Da Ram', Shane, Govln, M.Lopez, John 'Buffy', Dave 
'Hey Dave, guess who's zotted your car?' Ted, Kev & 
Gluse. Sean, If anyone's going prosecute the P.LP. it'll 
be Youl Good luck next year to you & Shane In 
law school. Thanks a lot guys; friends for life. I would also 
like to thank all my teachers for their excellent help. 



teaching and support, and Mr. Myrons and Mr. Timms for 
being such wonderful teachers. I enjoyed every class that 
I had this yearl I will also be missing many friends that 
I've met and hope to keep in touch with you all in the 
future. Finally and most of all I have to thank my Uncle 
and Auntie for their unconditional love and support 
throughout the whole year which had made this such a 
memorable year for mel 



I won't say that I loved every minute of It, I didn't. What I 
did love however, were the opportunities that were 
presented and the experiences gained. St. Andrew's has 
been an educational experience In the fullest sense of the 
word. My education here has extended beyond the 
parameters of the classroom and onto the playing fields 
and 'into the residences. I will almost miss it next year. My 
special thanks to Mr. Timms and to Mr. Hillz for the 
guidance and the information they provided whkrh I 
occasionally grasped. Special thanks as well to a group 
of great guys: AM, O.l, G.K. D.R. - good luck next year. 
Muter, vielen Dank fur alles. In vier Jahre, ohne dich, ich 
konnte nicht uberleben. Ich liebe dich. Auf Wiedersehen 
St. Andrew's. 




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Keoln Jan WleUes (1983-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Weets. Weelies, Whiles, Witz. Weenies, 
WeeUer, Mallbu 

SAYINGS: Yeah whatever. No, but seriously. Yes Dave, 
its easy to pick up babes on a Hobie Cat. Well aren't you 
sp>eclal. God I can't wait 'til summer. Will you guys (Stewy 
Deli) SHUT-UPI Well. ..I attend. Uggh. leggo. You 
unsociable snot. Aggh, a woodhead. Stewart if you come 
Into my room at 2 am again... 

ACTIVITIES: U16A Football; X-Country Skiing: Cycling; 
1st Rifles: Rep. Houseleague: M.W.O. Cadets; Mayfest; 
occasionally classes, never chapel, S.A.C. en France 
('87): S.C.U.B.A.: C.P.R.; Weight Works crew; Rasta 
Ts. 



I can't believe It's RNALLY over. S.A.C. has definitely 
been quite the experience for me, maybe not always for 
the better; but I must say that I have leamed a lot over the 
past six years. France was one of the highlights of my 
years at S.A.C. (Gr. 1 1); It was anopp>ortunlty that I would 
definitely recommend to anyone. I would like to thank my 
Mom and Dad for making the choice when I didn't even 
know where Aurora was. Good luck next year Phlegm. 
Slosh, Cally, Mitch, Led, Shanks, TED, Weed, Gov. Jon, 
Cob have a good one. Oh. and by the way Sir. I'm signing 
out in the blue book! 



New House 




William H. Adams (1982-1989) 

NICKNAMES : Dill, Big Bad Bill. Bee-Lee, Air Beel 
SAYINGS : "Curl, got any donuts?" "Donut run? Wait for 
me!' "Yeah, whatever you say. Damianl' "Oh Godl" 
ACTIVITIES : Soccer (7a). Rrst Soccer (la); Cricket 
(7a), First Cricket (2a); Second Basketball (2a), MIP; U 1 6 
Soccer ISAA Champs.; Cdt. Sgt. 88-89; Cdt. CprI, Right 
Marker 87-88; Honour Guard; Rrst Donut Run (with 
CB,BH); Rrst Viddin'; Crack of Dawn Club Member (7a): 
Bum Fest Spectator (one of many.) KC (with CB,BH); 
Rrst Viddin': Crackof Dawn Club Member (7a); Bum Fest 
Spectator (one of many.) 



Roderick D.Boolhby (1983-1989) 

NICKNAMES: RRROOODDDD. Quad. God, 'I said I was 
Twelve." 

SAYINGS: "Dave, I crashed and burned ... again." "YES 
Will', 'Romequepaca' "Teeeeed". "Donut, how 'bout a 
box?', "Wanta buy a shirt?', 'TTiey'll be In tomorrow.", 
'Jason. (Jm ... How 'bout those girls from B.S.S.' 
ACTIVITIES: Prefect: House Captain; Ist Football (2 
years champs '87. '88); Rugby player and coach ('89 
tour); Jack in The Importance of being Eamesl Stage 
managerof Crease, Hamlet, Dogg's Hamlet, brought back 
Winter Carnival; Chairman of the Grad Charily Ball 
(SuperSemi); Sgt. in Pipes and Drums; posters, shirts, Mr. 
Smith's bike; Mayfest; Debating Society ■ in other words, 
Kevin and I tried to run the place. Waking Dave and She. 
heading out in the little blue car with Markie and Qobie, a 
victim of the eclair wars and ... oh yah, getting thrown out 
of Rliies. 



Seven years. That's a long lime, it's hard to believe it's 
all over. It seems like only yesterday 1 was four fool 
notlilng and called "Dill" by everyone. But I'm glad It's 
over. The good times and memorable experiences have 
far outnumbered Ihe bad. My deepest thanks and 
affection go to my parents, who made these seven years 
possible. Thanks Mom and Dad. Also. I don't think I 
would've made it through the last three or four months at 
SAC without the support and friendship of Curt and the 
guys (AL. BH. AS, SR, MM, RM, etc.). Good Luck to 
Sheldon, Maj and Matt next yearl Sheldon, keep on eye 
on your brotherl Thanks Mr. Jocelyn for your continuing 
support. 



They told me to write a comment that captured everything 
I had to say about six years and then to tie up all loose 
ends. Good luck. They also told me, when I arrived at 
S.A.C that the more you put into the school, the more 
you get out. I believed them. It Isn't Just a stupkl cliche 
designed to encourage hard work, it's the truth. Take the 
Initiative, find the challenges and you wll reap the 
rewards, here and everywhere. Enough with the 
philosophizing and on to what S.A.C. has meant to me. 
True friends. They gave me the best of times and pulled 
me through the worst. 'Thanks' just doesn't cover it. To 
the staff, thank you for giving me confidence, a greed for 
knowledge and a love for the stage. Mum. Dad. G G Q. 
you gave me St. Andrew's. All I can say is thank you. but 
somehow it Isn't enough. On Prize Day. I'm going to leave 
S A.C. happy and looking forward to whatever, but one 
day I'll come back and miss these days. 
NEXT YEAR: W.S. told me "all the world's a stage" so 
maybe I'll act some bit part at Queen's. 



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Damian Craig Brooks (1986-1989) 

SAYINGS: "Hmmm. yes. well. ..we won't talk about that." 
'Yes. I do hove a home." 'Hey, uglyl' "Time to coll the 
porentol unit." 'Yes Will." "RODI" "Kevin, would you stop 
scurrying long enough to talk to me?r "Air Beel." "No. 
you don't understand." "It's optionol." "Morning 
campersi" "Time to pull out tiie fudge constant." 

ACTTVmES: Soccer, Rugby, B-ball. DebaUng. Cadet Lt., 
Review, House C.iptaln. Breakfast Club. Honourary 
Member Sifton House. Spores with Naz. 



This is quite easily the most difficult composition 1 hove 
ever attempted, for here I must try to lie up oil the loose 
cndsof the three most challenging, frustrating, rewarding, 
and - in the final analysis - best yeors of my life. S.A.C. 

Timothy A. Comfort (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Comf, Comfy, 

SAYINGS: "Great Marsh, the history's still not donel" "but 
seriously Shel, It's only two minutes and It's on your way I" 
"Ommmhl...the McD's drive thru was slow this momlngl" 
"No I didn't make First Hockey, so leave me olonel' 'So 
Bullen. we'll get this band together next week for surel" 
ACTIVITIES: Second Football; Second Hockey, 2a, ISSA 
Consolation Champs; First Lacrosse: Tennis: Rtness; 
Cdt. W.O. Club, CdL Stores; Club Cal (odd months). Last 
min. House Play Special EffecL 



Robert Waring Devitt (1983-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Dev. Devo. Uncle Bobby, Devster, My LilUe 
Loved One, Mooner 

SAYINGS: Shut Opl, Coach Can't See, I Wish I Was At 
Brescia, What class are you skipping now Foster?, OH 
Akiel, Oh my God your soo huge Gluse, Yoh'kay Buddy, 
Only If, I hale school. Hands, Friends, What they don't 
know can't hurt them, Atkins where's my money? What 
if you were a geek? People who got A's teach; people who 
got B's end up working for people who got C's. 
ACTIVITIES: U 1 4 Soccer (MIP), U 1 6 soccer (Copt, MVP), 
First Soccer (MIP, MVP), Nova Scotia Soccer Tour; (J 16 
Skiing (MVP); First Hockey; U14 Track (Capl. MVP), 
First Track (Capt., MVP); Bum Spare,Tab!e 101; Boxer 
Baseball, "Quest of the Shaolin" (Best Play), Goggler 
Party Victim, The Mo, Learning Week in Montreal, 
Lennoxville and London' 88; Car Rally '89. 

DavidJ. A. Foster (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Dave "The Golfer" 

SAYINGS: "Mantrop, you are so stupidl" "Devitt, what 
class are you skipping nowl" 'Adolf is such a..' "I'll have 
the party" 'I don't work, I play GolT 'I'm going to beat 
you Devitt' "I think we're in Philadelphia' 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer (4a) Capt.; Golf (5a) Capt. MVP; 
Track; Golfing on sunny days; South Carolina '88; Bum 
spare; New Year's Eve party; Driving the Super K; Boxer 
baseball; Shaolin. 

I don't know where I'd be today if it wasn't for SL 
Andrew's and my friends here. SAC is more than a school, 
its a way of life, and one that I didn't think I was going to 
get through sometimes. Thanks to PCM, Rave, Q, Devo 
and Ro for the comic relief and convincing me golf isn't 
everything, its just my life, SAC has been a good contrast 



has many problems, and I hove seen the dork side that is 
bom of the isolated, privileged existence that we lead here 
up on our hill. Yet the school is an excellent one despite 
much of the student body and administration; it survives 
due to the efforts of a small but devoted core of loyal 
masters and students. Of these students, I am proud to 
call many friend: K.W.. S.N.. C.B., R.B., W.H.. and others. 
Atone point or another, each of you hos been responsible 
for saving my sanity, and I cannot thank you enough 
(although I'll never stop trying). However, the most credit 
for anything I might have achieved at S.A.C. goes to my 
parents. You b>oth know how much 1 love you, but you'll 
never know how much this has meant to me. There's 
something unexplainable about the school that buries 
itself deep inside you ■ it gets into your blood so you can 



Only having experienced two years at St. Andrew's, I feel 
I may have fallen short of what S.A.C. really has to offer. 
In the years that I did attend though. I can honestly say 
that it has changed me for the better and that It has 
prepared me for some of life's obstacles which are sure 
to come. I'd like to thank Mr. Kinney, Mr. Robinson, and 
Mr. Somerville for their patience and support, and most 
of all my parents not only for their support, but also for 
putting up with me these past few years. 




I've been at S.A.C. now for six years and they have been 
nothing less than Incredible. I've learned a lot not only in 
academics but in sports and extracurricular activities. It 
seems like only yesterday that I began here. The time 
seemed to go by so quickly - 1 can't believe that it's finally 
come down to this. There are a few people that thought I 
wouldn't get this far, but I did and not with bad marks 
either. One thing that's really kept me going at SL 
Andrew's is good friends especially Walker, Keats, Akie, 
and Bud. Without them I think the school would have won. 
Bui most all I have to thank my parents. I put them 
through hell and back worrying about whether or not I was 
going to get my year or get to where I wanted. Thanks for 
being there when I needed you and for all your 
constructive talks. I love you both. I don't think I will really 
realize how much I will miss this place until I'm gone. 



to golf and has helped me make the first important steps 
to the Tour. Mom and Dad I can't thank you enough; 
without you I never would have made it. I couldn't possibly 
thank everyone, but you know w+io you are. In a way I 
don't want to finish these because that will mean a very 
big part of my life is ending and I have to move on. but 
you can't be afraid of success. The friends I made here I 
hope I will never lose, but I don't think I will because I'll 
always have the memories. I'm sorry about the Rivers 
game but I never had a good shot anyway. This will be 
farewell, not goodbye. Look for me at Augusta in'94. 




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Mark Edward Ibbotison (1986-1989) 

MARCUS IBBY M.D. 

The year Is 1987, and I'm gazing over the most 
intriguing, lifeless feline. Suddenly, the biology teacher 
instructs us to make an Incision ... It was at that moment, 
while holding the carefully preserved organs I decided I 
would like to someday become a doctor. Few have the 
stomach to become a doctor, but after some of the 
senseless things my partner and I did to that helplessly 
formaldehyzed cat, I knew nothing would ever faze me. 
After graduating from S.A.C., which I might say were the 
most diverting and interesting years of my life, I continued 
on to university. My first year was an orienlalion Into a 
new lifestyle that differed quite from the one I left. No more 
six o'clock sit-down dinners, no more curfews and most 
of all, no more nagging parents. The following year was 
a lime to settle down and achieve the marks needed to 
enter medical school: the next six years might be what 
some describe as pure hell or as we in the medical 

Peter C. Mantrop (1983 - 1989) 

NICKNAMES: ManUop 

SAYINGS: Hi I won the chapel prizel 

ACTlVmES: I really did win the chapel prize. 

I have been here for exactly one third of my life. I have 
learned something about English and Math and 
Geography, but they are not the ingredients of my 
memories. Friendships are the trophies that I will leave 
here with. Friendships with masters and coaches and 
students: friendships as old as the bricks in Mac 
House, as solid as the maples on the quad, and as durable 
as the hamburger patties in the dining hall. 
There is a little bit of me in St. Andrew's (I've written 



profession call a transition from human being Into the so 
called super doctor. The beginning of my most successful 
career Is Tilled with very satisfying and enjoyable 
memories. I was an assistant surgeon for two years, then 
moving on to a career In research medicine. Covering 
many interesting and controversial areas of medicine, I 
never had time to slow down. There were many ups and 
downs In the early years, but I would never have 
changed It for the world. The next few years were more 
or less a time to mellow and some say, finally mature. I 
am presently living in a rural town Just outside of Toronto 
with a small practice and continuing my interest with 
research medicine. The newest adventure, the career I 
have just started, is writing biographies, starting with my 
own. Although in 1989, many people felt my hopes and 
imagination were humorous and none the less fictional, 
I am glad I did not let it bother me or change my mind 
about becoming a doctor. I am glad to have been able 
to share my dream with you and hope that everyone is 
able to achieve what they want In life. 



my name on a few bathroom walls In an attempt to 
achieve some Immortality), but there Is much more of St. 
Andrew's In me. Its Impression on me Is much greater 
than a few pen scratces: It is deep and permanent So are 
my memories. This Is not my place for thanks. The friends 
and family are too many, and the debt to them far too 
great. But to the two people who made it possible for me 
to be here, I will say this: A\om and Dad, I love you, and 
I pray you think its all been worth it, because I can never 
pay you back. 
NEXT YEAR: Scares me! 





Matthew A. McPherson (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Bread, Conan, Dan, The Heat Mynzer 
ACTIVITIES: Rrst Football (2a), ISAA Champs;Rrst 
Swimming (2a). MIP: First Rugby (3a), EnglandAVales 
Tour '89: Platoon Sergeant, B Company Captain: "The 
Express Line": co-author/director/lead 'Quest of the 
Shaolin'(Best Play): Shipwrecked '88 (the lounge); 
Learning week in Montreal; 151 club; Buck tooth 
winga-bird club; Mr. Smith in Aurora club; Table 101; 
Boxer short baseball league: Goggler party victim: 
Bum bus, MVB: McOsnaldfest (3a); May 24 White water 
'89; Hayhurst's FLW bash (3a). 

SAYINGS: "Hey Buddyl". "Mr. Smith, what brings you 
here?", 'Jase, I want a divorce.', 'YesI You got so 
burned", "C Sandwich" (The bread department). "Geek? 
What's geek?*, 'Mike, I destroyed you', 'Ibby, 
stop crying", "NO, her face wasn't in the punchbowl all 
night.', 'Hey, it's Fat Cartsl" 

Stephen M. Millar 
(1982-1985, 1986-1987, 1988-89) 

NICKNAMES: Buckwheat. Bubbles, Bubbs 

SAYINGS: 'Do I know those ear lobes?'. 'Pady, take a 

showerl'. 'Shut up Dool'. 'Wanta bacon bagel, Harry?'. 

■Ya right. GeoffI' 

ACTIVITIES: I Soccer; I Alpine Skiing; Basketball; Cricket; 

Griddle Club (MIP). Griddle Platoon. 



My life at SAC has been very interesting. I have come a 
long way from those early days when I combed my 
sideburns forward. Of all my learnings in the past five 
years, the most valuable is the awareness of a 
well-balanced life. We can choose to put all of our time 
and effort only into academics, or only into sports, but 
that's hardly the formula for success. The way I see it. 
there's a simple formula ... lead a balanced life, give 100% 
In all aspects of SAC life and most Importantly, make 
some good friends; JC, IBBY. WEED, RAVE, STEVE, 
MASE, GUND, G, SS and TB are the best ones that I 
made. Mom and Dad, Shelley and Seanna, I tove you 
and thanks for everything. GRS and Mr. Swan, you have 
my highest respect. Now, I guess, I'm ready to comb my 
sidebums forward and use the formula. 
Next year: Packing all summer for (Jniversity. 



Friendships and memories. Along with an education, the 
two most important assets I have received at SAC. There 
have been so many great times ■ New York '86. Montreal 
'88. the Griddle Club, the ^\oclub, and many more - that 
you tend to forget the bad times. Thereore so many 
people to thank for this opportunity: my teachers, friends, 
and esp>ecially my parents, the two most imfxirtant 
people in my life. Thanks a lot guysl 



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Ian J. Pad y (1982-1989) 

HICKMAMES: I.J., Raven, Raisin, Slaven, The T.V., 
Jungle Cat, The Doctor, Bad Pad. Gideon. 
ACTIVITES: Prefect; Football (5a); Rugby (4b); 
Basketball; Skiing; Tennis; Track and Field; Shipwrecked 
'87; Discovering Canada's Universities; Steve's cottage; 
Horny Hollow/ '87; S.P.A. '88; Batting title (.327 
Expansion Week); Western with Butz; Beer Goggler; 
Associate Publisher Pady's Comer; Doin' nothing with the 
boys in Aurora (By far the Best); The Boxer Short Baseball 
League, Cigars in The Lounge with Vic and the boys. 
SAYIMGS: 'Nice catch Mantrop", "Don't be gettin' 
aggressive", "Von Victory', 'C. Sandwich', 'Walkerll', 
"Matt, theCoug has so much character", "Man I love doin' 
nothing in Aurora", 'Too the Corel", "Showers are for the 
weak", 'Has anyone seen Martin?", "Derek you're by far 
the school's Finest poet', 'Someone call Carts", 



Dirk H. Radeke (1983-1989) 



Nicknames: Dirko, The Dirkster, Mr. Surf, The Surfer, 
Dude, The King, etc. 

Activities: Soccer (6a), 1986 ISAA Champs; Rifles (4b), 
Rrst (2a); Cricket(6a), Rrsl (2a); Basketball; Fencing; 
House League; Injured Club, (after every holiday); Review 
Photographer, (3a); House Captain; W.O. New House 
Company; Cottage Club; Master at the art of Windsurfing 
and Water Skiing; (If I had more time I could even make 
up some more.) 

Sayings: 'Surfs up.', 'You wanna ride John?', 'Let's do 
lunch Norml', 'Hey there Thrasher.', 'Where did you get 
those socks Brad?', 'I've got a picture and it's signed 
too.', 'No, I'm not injured this time.', 'Shoot to Thrill.', 
'Hey Dude, how's it hanging?", "If I had my Jeep here, I 
could do itr, "So, here we are.', 'I made it.' 

Stephen David Timms (1970-1989) 



NICKNAMES: David, Stever, the Colonel, the Films, 
(there's not a lot you can do with Timms) 
SAYINGS: "Rve bucks Is five bucks.', 'WifHe, wlffle, 
wifflel'. 'Oh Jees ehl", 'Do you still go here Greg?', 
'How's a bout a Cruller?', 'Poustill", "The only thing that 

comes from is queers and steers, and I don't se« no 

horns.', 'It's all right.', 'There's hardly any good looking 
girls here again this year.', 'Keep your skates together, 
stick on the ice, and don't get deked.'. 
ACTIVITIES: Assorted football, soccer, basketball, rugby, 
tennis and cricket teams; Seven Year survivor; Cottage 
Bound Club; Cadet MWO. Corporal of #5 Platoon; 
Assorted plays, bands, debating involvements, possessor 
of the lowest burned/bum ratio, SAC Waterski Team. 



When people ask me w+iot It Is I cherish most about my 
years at St. Andrew's, I reply with sincerity that It's not 
the well disciplined Cadet Corps or the voluminous library 
brimming with wisdom. I boast not of the two well lit 
gymnasiums complete with ultra high ceilings. I divulge 
the true secret of St. Andrew's. I tell of the diversity. I 
preach of the opportunity. I flaunt the Infinite potential for 
success. The truth Is the motivated will succeed and the 
rest go to sleep. My exit will no doubt be unequivocal and 
hermetic while still retaining qualities of patavlnity. I really 
don't wish to leave and would stay if I could but in a very 
Cellinian sense I realize I must saunter on. My wonderful 
Mother end my enchanting Father - I thank you. You are 
two of my best friends, and don't worry, I'll keep my room 
clean at college. 




It Is hard to believe that my days at SL Andrew's have 
finally come to an end. There were many rough limes 
when I was thinking about giving up. but there were also 
many good times which really made me proud and glad 
that I was attending St. Andrew's. Thanks to all the 
Masters (Mr. Bedard, Mr. Whitehead, Mr. Stuart ... and 
everyone else) for their help and guidance throughout my 
school days. Good luck to all my friends who will now be 
let go Into the unsheltered jungle (hop>e to keep in touch). 
Last, but not least, I would really like to thank my amazing 
parents for giving me the incredible opportunity to come 
here. 




Nineteen years In one place Is a very long lime. S.A.C. 
has obviously been a very big part of my life. But, It's 
finally over. Thanks must go to my Masters and friends 
(they know w+io they are), both past and present, for they 
have made my stay more than just tolerable but truly 
enjoyable. These [people make SAC the worthwhile 
experience it really Is. I would also like to thank Mr. Timms 
and Mom, Dad and Gert for their support, encouragement 
and k)ve. It will be scary next year totally removed from 
this place, but 1 am looking forward to it. Thank You, Take 
Care, and Happy Trails. Good luck next year, SpiffheadI 



Ramsey Hogse 



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Curliss Reid Boylnglon (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Curt. Curt Boy, Donut, The Friendly Giant, 
The Big Moller. 

SAYINGS: 'Might as well go for a donut,' 'God did not 
mean for me to downhill ski.' 'I seriously don't know.' 
"Hey. J.P.r 'Hello Lovechunks.' "Slam on the brakesl' 
'Tavro Scata.' 'RRROOODDDDDI' 'Hey Steve, What 
should we do with all this com seed?' 'Got any donuts?" 
'I am a tree." 'Rve bucks Is five bucks.' 'Wectors.' 
ACTIVITIES: Footballs; Basketballs; Cycling; Drama; 
Debating: Physics with t>ie smiling assassin; First Team 
Donut Run; Corn planting; Club Calculus; Service 
Committee; Review; 1st Team mattress riding; Head of 
Mayfest; The Anabolic Warriors Powerlifting Team; 
Prefect; Sometimes scholar; Driving with Mr. Ray; lead 
singer of the Travelling East Gwillimburys; Cadets; Social 
Committee; Montreal '88; Bowling with Shamu Harpoon. 

Bradley J. Harrison (1982-1989) 

ACTIVITIES: Assorted sports teams (football, basketball, 
rugby, cricket, fencing); Cadet Lieutenant; Squad Vid; 
Bowling with Shamu; Club Calculus: Full Contact 
Snooker. 

SAYINGS: 'Nice Attitudel', 'Did you see...', 'Sorry. I 
don't do that Calculus thing.', 'The man Is out of control", 
'Yeah right.', 'No, Go, Leavel', 'Ya know The Count is 
Millie's evil twin brother?'. 'That' s just about enough outta 
you.', 'Shut Up KevinI', 'TRUST MEI' 




William Ian Craig Kay (1982-1989) 



NICKNAMES: Gus, Eon, Easy, Baby EE, Pen7 Ellis a la 
nicotine. 

SAYINGS: 'IIIIBBY", "Do I Know you?", "Yeah, 
okay..whateverr 'When 1^ the last time you had a 
shower. ..Fell, Devitt, Pady, Plaxton?'. 'Do you want to 
break up Dave?' Question: Broke, ... and car's in the 
shop?... Answer: C.Tullls., 'Enough of Derekl", 
"YESSSI", "Oh my Godl", 'Hellooo?'. 'Devitt, why are 
you here?', 'Thanks Atkins for keeping Gundy awake - 
along with everybody else who has ever met youl) 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer; Hockey; Tennis; Squash; Cricket; 
Rec.Golf; Shipwreck '88; Griddle Platoon(Corp.): Mo 
Club; Sailing With Dave; 1st Ping Pong with Derek; 
McDonaldfesl; Bob's black list; Montreall; Driving my 
green Tercel; May 24 weekend. ..50 still rulesi 

William R. T. McClocklin (1983-1989) 

SAYINGS: 'What's that Marigold ?', "Geekmaster", "As 
one progresses through life..,", "Are you telling me the 
truth? (hick accent)" 

ACTIVITIES: XCountry Running; Rugby; Mountain 
Biking; Community Service; Flying; Ski Instruction. (The 
last two activities have nothing to do with school, but they 
do show that there is life outside St. Andrew's College 
even while you're here) 

Thanks to Mom and Dad for the opportunity to attend 
SAC. Many thanks to Jon Hart and Andrew Luks for 
providing friendship and comic relief over the past SIX 
YEARS. I would like to thank A.B., CD., E.F., G.H.. I. J., 
K.L., M.N., O.P., Q.R., S.T., U.V., W.X., and Y.Z. - without 
whom I would not be able to communicate. Finally, I'd 
like to thank S. O. Humour for keeping me sane. 



It's over, the end, finlto, caput What can I say; St. 
Andrew's was great. What started as a struggle, ended In 
victory. Thanks Mother and Dad, you're the besti I am not 
worth of the love, support and friendship you have given 
me. I love you. Thanks to my teachers and the staff at St. 
Andrew's; you have aided and enriched me beyond belief. 
You are true friends. The greatest reward S.A.C. has given 
me is friends. My friends have shared by insanity, given 
me a place to sleep, and have fed me (a task In Itself). 
Even through the worst of times we still could laugh. Good 
luck to all who are retumlng to S.A.C. next year. I leave 
this advice to you: 

'Better drop Calculus when facing adversity and gain 
admittance to university.' Jon Morgan (The fool that 
didn't lake his own advice - but neither did II) 
NEXT YELAR: Cryogenics at Devry or opening a 
donut/beer store In Dwight with Steve. 



Seven years ago. Now. Changes. S.A.C. has changed 
since I first arrived. So have I. It is impossible to spend 
seven years in this environment and remain unchanged. 
S.A.C. Is a leaming experience, but it is also more. It is 
an attitude, a way of life. Looking back I feel that the time 
here was well SF>ent. The hard work Justified, the end 
satisfactory. Thanks to all those who made my joumey 
possible. Thanks to the various staff members who 
helped me. Thanks to my friends; I wish you luck. 
Thanks most of all to my parents. Thanks Mom. Thanks 
Dad. I kjve you both. 



1 remember arriving in grade 7; cool, calm, collected 
and ultimately untouchable.This attitude was quickly 
altered as I became just another small, inslgniricant, 
squirt on campus. During my endeavours at S.A.C, 1 
have encountered many eccentric Individuals, such as 
my devoted tutor, Mr. Robo, and have learned what It 
takes to became a true Andrean. I don't know If I ever 
accomplished this goal in the minds of some of my 
doubting teachers; but In my mind I got out of S.A.C what 
I came for - a great education, good athletic experience 
and many close friends. I owe a great deal of thanks to 
these friends for being there when I needed them; but the 
most thanks has to go to my family who sent me to S.A.C 
and gave me the support and confidence that I needed. 
As I look back on my early S.A.C. days, I have come to 
realize that I have finally earned the stature of being 
'Untouchable. '(...who wouldn't be, driving in a high 
performance car like minel) 



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Michael Hardy O'Connor (1984-1989) 

Micknames: Dr. Dexter Quail Xenon II (last of the noble 
gases), Oak, 'Tiger.', plus the mostly unprintable 
variations on my middle name. 

Sayings: 'When I'm Prime Minister, there's going to be a 
special prison for people like you...' 'Of course I'm putting 
myself on the cover - why else would I edit the REVIEW?' 
'OH NOOOO; MORE Super-in3ta-death-(insert subject 
here} problems from southwest helll' 'This kilt doesn't fit 
and I'm not going to wear it any more!', 'Curt, you're far 
too tall.', 'UNIVERSAL CYCLE FOREVERI' 
Activities: First Rifles (3 yrs.). Track and Field (1 yr.),The 
Houseleague Co-ordination and Administration 
Committee (2 yrs.). The Cadet Corps Co-ordination and 
Administration Committee (2 yrs.). Review Editor (2 
yrs.), Debating/Globehopping Society (5 yrs.). Fine Arts 
Society VIce-President-in-charge-of-Static-Dlsplays (1 
yr.), Poster/T-shirt Production Technician (2 yrs.). 
Dramatic Supernumerary (2 yrs.). Universal Cyclist (1 

John J.Park (1985-1989) 



MiCKNAMES: J. P., The Nlnjamaster, The Jonger, 
Ping -Pong. 

SAYIMQS: "Aahl", "Veahl", "Can you help me with math" , 
"So what's your point?", "What a feeble attemptl", "Why 
did you do thatl", "Whenl". 

ACTIVITIES: Fencing (3a); II Volleyball: Junior 
Cross-Country Running; Cadets; YeartKX)k Photography; 
International Affairs Club; House League; Richmond Hill 
Ride Club. 



yr.), Pre-Jones Heavy Metal Blowout Participant (1 yr.), 
Carson Abuse Generator (2 yrs.), Atsromony Culb 
Member (1 yr.). Pickup Truck Cadaver Box Jockey 
{54-odd hours), Oakville Pilgrimage Rider (1 yr.), Swiss 
Chalet Financial Strategy/ World Domination planning 
with Mark Chin (3 yrs.), WEKTOHR Manipulation with 
Algebra 54. 

One's Grad comment has but two parts. If I should think 
of anything really profound to write about this place, I'll 
write it down in my editorial- where I've got more space. 
So there remains only to convey my sincere gratitude to 
the people that made SAC tick for me. 

Thanks to all my tall friends for keeping me in line when 
I needed It; thanks to the shorter ones for being shorter. 

Thanks to all the teachers who never gated me. 
Thanks especially to my parents - all I have is what 
they've given me. 

Next Year? Doesn't matter. (The world ends tomorrow.) 



Thanks go to my parents for giving me the opportunity 
to attend S.A.C. and for giving me loving support and 
encouragement throughout my stay at this school. 
Thanks go to all my teachers who were always there 
whenever I needed them, especially Mr. Hlltz, Mr. 
Arril, and Mr. Bedard. Thanks to my friends who made 

my slay here interesting and enjoyable (I hop)e that we 
can keep in touch in the future). And thanks to everyone 
who made my experience at S.A.C. a memorable one. 



Derek Cordon Plaxton (1986-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Red, Redbush, Plax, Direction 

ACTIVITIES: Prefect; I Football (2a, Capt., MIP); I Hockey 
(2a, Asst. Capt.), Composer I Hockey theme song "Don't 
you talk to me"; I Lacrosse (2a, MIP); 1 Fing-pong with 
Ian; Cadet Capt.; ExpansionWeekMcGill '89; Letting Ibby 
be my father figure; March Break with Ibby (2a); Table 
101. 



Talking with Bud on the football field after practice, I think 
I realized what the conclusion of this part of my life really 
means. Good friends may drifl out of my life and it's up 
to me to stop it. The threat of losing your identification 
with these guys is terrifying. S.A.C. provides just the right 

Marshall Cory Starkn^an (1988-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Starkey, Stork, Bagel, Pokey, Star, 
Rodent, Gremlin, Starks, Sharky Jr., Mush, Pang, Stark, 
Moysh, Starshall Markman, The Wall. 

SAYINGS: "You wanna duke buddy?" "Hey Comf, did you 
finish your History yet?" "Great, your essay's still not 
done." "...In a second." "Think of it this way guys ..."Hey 
Mank, in the crease." "C'mon Joe, get these guys going." 
"Led, shut up ya geek." "Hey Sterles, see you later... Hey 
Sterles, see ..." "Yeah, I really like hockey." 

ACTIVITIES: ! Football; 1 Hockey (MVP); 1 Ucrosse 
(Asst. Capt.); Dogg's Hamlet. 

Thank yous: To all my buddies from Thomlea (especially 
Skarry); to all my past hockey coaches and teachers; to 
JDP for teachung me how to be the best; to Mr. Steve 



ambiance to occur as we all shared the same goal - to get 
through IL These relationships go much deeper than the 
burning sessions let on. We cut each other up on 
bathroom walls, call each other names, and generally try 
to make as many people feel like idiots in the shortest 
possible time. Thanks lb, for being there for me. After 
tfiree years 1 tfiink we've almost learned how to be friends. 
I'd like to thank my parents for being amazing friends. I 
love you guys. I was going to write shallow comments and 
look what happened, jeezl 




Cairns for his enlighlerung pre-game speeches and his 
priceless advice; to the teachers at S.A.C. who've taught 
me more in one year than 1 learned In the three previous; 
to Mr. Kimmerer for always being there; most of all to Mr. 
Dunford who made it possible for me to become an 
Andrean (you've been a great coach and friend; thanks 
for caring so much); to my brothers and sisters who've 
always been supportive and understanding; and last but 
not least, to my wonderful parents to whom no words can 
express my gratitude - thank you for always being there. 
1 love you. Academically, I have been enlightened by the 
unique teaching staff for wrhom I have the greatest respect 
and honour. They have become companions while doing 
their utmost to prepare me for university. Athletically, 1 
have experienced some of the higfilights of my life which 
I will forever cherish. Of most Importance, though, I have 
teamed that true meaning of what it Is to be an Andrean. 
Of all the many things 1 have gained from S.A.C, the most 
genuine are the true friendships that will forever be. 




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Corey C.Williams (1982-87) 

MICKNAMES: Cor. Berg. Berger Boy. Buck, Corbul 
SAYINGS: "Loter BergI". 'Laters BraT, 'Chow', 'For 
Real". ■Clnreol", "Yah Whaleversl", "He's so hauly he don't 
even know he's hauly.', ■Not...Mol even. ..Mo way!', 
■Hey Bameyr, "You dorkl", ■Excellenll". THo doubt', 
'Mo Ted there Isn't a party at my house this 
vfeekendl', 'Okay Craig I take It backl", 'Of course lean 

gel the car well maybe not.', I'M SERIOUSIIII', ' 

ACTIVITIES: First soccer (2a); First swimming (2a): 
Rugby; Tennis; Downhill, XCountry Skiing; 
Basketball; Various MIP's; Clan Colours; Cadet Lt. #12 
Platoon; The Berger EJoys; The Hauly Bros.; PicLionary 
Club; Bathroom and Roof Digging Club; Rrst Suntannlng 
(2a); Coors Club; Nova Scotia '89; Physics Bum Club. 

My seven years have been filled with many 
memorable times. It seems like only yesterday 1 was 

Kevin W. Worry (1984-1989) 

MICKMAMES: Wan, Smoo, Smuck, Kevin 

SAYIMGS: 'Take a pill', 'How do you spell Valium?'. 

"Relax', 'Sir, how do you explain ...'. 'Mo seriously, Mr. 

Hiltz Is my favorite teacher', 'Cool-O', 'Classic', 'Reality 

sucks, eh?' 

ACTIVITIES: Soccer (5 yrs., 4 yrs. Capl., 2 ISAA, MVP); 

Hockey (3yr3.): Cricket; Rugby (3 yrs., 1 yr. Capt); House 

Captain; Cadets; Physics. Economics D Chemistry 

Conferences: Debating: S.O.M.A.; Review; scholar? ... 

In one hundred words. I could extol the virtues of SAC - 
its staff, students, facilities ■ but I won't. Although I am 
well noted for giving very long, deep and yet evasive 
answers to very simple questions. I aver that SAC can be 
summed up in four words: it Is the best. This, however, is 
a conditional statement. As Rod will testify, school 
involvement enhances and prides both the Andrean and 
SAC, but avoiding the billingsgate, I screwed up and took 



scared stiff driving through the gales for my first day 
S.A.C. has taught me a great deal about Math, English, 
and Physics but more Importantly about life and people. 
From the sports field to cadets to the various 
extracurricular activities, life here enables you to grow 
and mature, to be prepared for the real world. An 
experience at SAC would not be complete without the 
life-long friendships that are made here. Thanks to my 
two best friends Craig Sterling and Ted Mirkopoulous, 
and to Led and Shanks for all the good times. Without a 
doubt many teachers made my stay smoother. I would 
especially like to thank my tutor, Mr. Whitehead, and Mr. 
Hiltz, and Mr. Walden for their help and guidance over the 
years. Most of all thanks to my Mom and Dad for giving 
me such a golden opportunity. Your support, 
encouragement and understanding means a greatdeal to 
me. To my sister. Amy, who was by my side through It 
all. I love you all very much. 

Involvement to an extreme. Had I not such self-sacrificing 
friends and family, whether It was help at school, a late 
night telephone tuition, or simply a supportive hand and 
voice, I would not have made It through one week, let 
alone five years. Throughout this lime, many of my 
teachers helped keep me on the ship of sanity - always 
willing to spend their free time to help. Despite the many 
conversations with Spaz and Damian about school 
politics, my ship usually managed to avoid the Scylla and 
Charibdis and it went on to smoother times. SAC has 
allowed me to navigate about the globe, learning and 
experiencing new things from exotic ports of call. I have 
seen myself and my friends mature, developing both their 
appearances and personalities. For this reason, the Grade 
13 class will not be looked upon as a graduating class, 
but rather as a group of skilled and learned men 
graduating with class. To my friends, thank-you for being 
who you are. To my parents and SAC, thanx for 
everything. 



SiFTOM House 




Hugh J. Barton (1984-1989) 

Well, I have procrastinated long enough. Mike, our fiery 
yearbook editor, is standing over me with an axe, thus I 
am finally forced to write this. What can one say about 
St. Andrew's; this place where I have spent a quarter of 
my life which has, as corny as this may sound, nurtured 
me on the road to manhood and hopefully made me a 
better person. Many thanks must be given to Robo, a 
relentless housemaster and a true friend; to Mr. Smith, for 
his continued prodding and support; to John and his 
family for a second home and a warm bed in Toronto, and 
most importantly, to my loving parents. 



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BJorn Johan BJerkham (198 -1989) 



NICKNAMES- The Ram. Ramyo. Rambert. Rebel, B.j, The 
Damager, Johannas, Yossarlan, The Bear. 
SAYINGS- Leh we mmble, I hale this place, Vance yu ugly 
f.a.k, the deacon, 'd" I sleepy - wake me up fu lunch. 
Thwaites - leh we hit de baaffroom fu a smoke, the nomial 
way good Vance? - wah yu mean ask mitch? 

ACTIVITIES: If yu really want tu know yu could as 
Thraltesl 

Well It's finally over; it's been three years since I first 
entered Sifton House; I've seen two housemasters, and 
numerous teachers come and go and I think that it is about 
lime that I followed their example. I would like to Ihonk 
all of my teachers, who hove put up with so much and 
were so helpful, understanding, and patient, with a special 
thanks going to Mr. Robo, who was not only my teacher, 

Vance Andrew Campbell (1987-1989) 



Nicknames: Vince, Vinchle-loo. Vaaance, Vincenlious, 

Steroids 

Sayings: Thwaites. let's go pumpingi Don't jive with mel. 

Don't worry, you'll soon be a Jamaican, Lxipez. All 

runaway must die. Cat-party. ..by the left... quick smoke. 

Yo teach me how to hand-brake, Vike, leach me the 

normal way. 



housemaster, tutor and coach, but also a good friend. I 
would especially like to thank my Dad for making this all 
possible, although at limes I must admit that I didn't know 
whether I wanted to thank him or CHOKE him. Also I 
would like to thank my Mom and Karen for their never 
ending support and confidence in me; as well as Donna 
and David for the good limes we had together. I would 
also like to thank Shane, Sean, Qlen John, 

Vance, Moody. Mark. Covin. Naz, Collins. Cocomo, JP. I 
would especially like to Ihank Daniel Thwaites, who 
pulled me through the bad times and made the good limes 
great - "Thanks Dan, I couldn't have made it without 
you.' 

NEXT YEAR: Wherever the fishing takes me. 



SAC has helped me fulfill every projection I have made 
for myself three years ago. I am happy to have had the 
experience and all the enjgyable limes it offered. 1 would 
like to say a very special thanks to my parents and family 
to whom I will always be grateful. And to my friends: 
Daniel, Clay. Jason. Glen, Sean. Buffy. Mase. Tullis. 
Panlie. Vaughan. Vivas, Mike, Normal and Hugh - thanks 
for everything. 

A special thanks to Messrs. Bedard, Inglis, Raaflaub and 
Somerville for their advice and precious time. 

An especial thanks to Mr. Robinson for being a good 
Housemaster, Coach. Teacher and friend. 

And last but not least. I would like to Ihank my uncle and 
aunt for everything. 





Horace H. Cheung (1986-1989) 

There is much to be said about these three years at SAC. 
It is the school where I decided to join the four year 
program, and changed my life. Here. I have been tested 
to see if 1 am good enough for university. Next year. I will 
be heading for another part of my studying career. The 
happy memories here will become my energy, my 
support, which will help me in the furture. There have 
been times when 1 felt tired and hopeless, but the teachers 
and my friends always gave me supp>ort. so that I could 
stand up again. 

With the opportunity here, may I thank Mr. Kitchen and 
Mr. Smith who cannot see my graduation. Thanks to Mr. 
Paolini, Mr. Salema, Mrs. Hurley, Mr. West, and Mr. 
Jackson for their great classes in the past. Thank you Mr. 
Walden, Mr. Raaflaub for a good Grade 13 year. I would 

Sean F. B. Fleming (1982-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Phlegm, Thespian, Ghost, Pilsbury Dough 
Boy, Butterfly 

SAYINGS: "Noll don't want to SMILEI", "Yea, I have A 
friend", "Govl Do you know how to do the Finite?", "No, 
I don't do manual labourl", "That's the toughesti", "Gov. 
When are you coming for the weekend?", "What a 
SOCIAL FAOX-PAS", "Nice stereo Nazi", "God I hate that 
mani" 

ACTIVITIES: Volleyball; Cricket; Rec. Golf; Fencing; 
Houseleague (but then I got smartl); Co-Head of Chap)el; 
SOMA; Sr.Debaling Society; SAC in France; House 
Captain; CM. on P.I., Anything Goes, Earnest, Hamlet, 
Grease, etc. ...SADD (sorry OSAID) 

I have learned a lot in seven years. One can't live in an 
institution such as SAC for that long and not leam a lot. 



also like to thank Mr. Bedard for giving me a great place 
to study, so that I could pass my Grade 13 year. 
Finally, may 1 give special thanks to Mr. Kranz, Mr. and 
Mrs. Hiltz, Mr. Jones and Mr. Inglis as my good friends as 
well as great teachers who were always willing to help me 
whenever 1 needed them to help me to gel though the hard 
limes. 




I've had good times and I've had bad times but the good 
outweigh the bad by far. I've also met some great people 
with whom I've shared the worst and the best limes of my 
life. I'll never forget the late nights in Sifton sitting around 
and rapping, or the nights in Flavelle trying to play football 
on Bongo's computer. There are so many people to 
thank for all the good limes. I've got to thank my 
friends (you know who you are). Thanks to Mr. Bedard, 
Mr. Halslead, Mr. Harrison, Hans, Robo, PGK and GS for 
everything they did, and to Mr. and Mrs. Clements for their 
patience. No thanks can be large enough for AAom and 
Dad who put up with me over the years, who were 
always there for me when I needed help, and who gave 
me the opportunity to go to SAC. I love yal 

NEXTYEAR: The College of Advanced Poodle Grooming. 



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p. Harry T. Gundy (1985-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Gund, Gunge. Harold, Anleater. Night 
Hawk. 

SAYINGS: "Pick up chicks and go to the barrr.", "Mr. 
Timms, I did so do my opus". "Rather unusual smell in 
here gentlemen,.. Carry on!". "53 Hey Buddy H", "AMke. I'm 
not a homosexual.", "We deserve one Mase. Let's go Tind 
Tullis.", "I own Labattsand your brother, Yapperl". "I have 
no recognition In this school!', "Vogs, I don't even like 
you.". "Martin just got arrestedll". "What's geek?" 
ACTIVITIES: Football; Rugby, Rugby Tour 1989; S.A.C 
in France; Survivor of the four year program (barely) 
Social Commitee (Once, I guess I'm not social enough) 
Griddle Platoon with Tullis, Kay and Fell (no rank); David 
Letterman Club; The Dictionary Club; The Mo; Bob's 
Black List; Montreal. 



Four years at St. Andrews Is o little rushed but stJII one 
too long. I've 5p>ent the entire time trying to live down 
Max's reputation, now I can say, proudly, thai I have lived 
up to It. SAC builds character In Us students and I believe 
that I have passed tfils stage, to the doubt of many. 
Eioarding life taught me to respect others. The teachers 
taught me how to deal with others. Mac House taught me 
discipline. France In Grade 10 changed my way of 
thinking and discarded all my previous teachings; I learnt 
everything all over again, perhaps not the correct way but 
dermitely the best way. I feel confident thai with the friends 
I've made, one will someday give me a job. Without my 
father's pushes when I needed them, and my mother to 
lean back upon I would not have made it through. Have 
fun for one more year Chris, leam to Sf>eak in sentences. 
Ben make the next few years good ones; it's easy, Just 
don't give up. 
NEXT YEAR: Somewhere with Tullis. 




William Hill (1983-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Willie, Wilbur, Wanna-be Blackmon, Will 

the Thrill 

SAYINGS: "Yes, (Insert name, concept, thing here)l", "Oh 

yes Tank, showing that menial toughness!', "Gov. with 

that inner strength", "That Is tough", "You're the best!", 

"The 49ers totally klckl", "Jordan rules alll", "Just do ill" 

"Oh what a treatl" "What a dream." 

ACTIVITIES: Prefect; Head of House; Social Head; House 

Captain; Basketball; Rugby; Soccer; Crosscountry 

Skiing; Member of "The Lounge"; "Rec Room" resident; 

Sporlsline Club; Miniball Association - The 'jacks. 



St. Andrew's has truly been a most rewarding experience 
for me, both In and out of the classroom. There are many 
people who I must thank sincerely for this wonderful 
adventure. First, thank you to the staff; your 
committment to excellence makes St. Andrew's an 
institution worthy of recognition. A special note of thanks 
must be made here to Mr. Hanson, Mr. Josselyn and Mr. 
Robinson to whom I am etemally indebted. To my friends, 
I am grateful for all the good limes we have had together. 
Finally, thank you to my family, for their support and love 
through out these years. "Big Guy", Mom, Grandma, 
Brian. Mary and Dave, I love you all very much. 





Christopher Paul Kelly (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: BUD 

ACTIVITIES: Football (5a, ISAA Champs '88); Tennis, 
Firsts, (Capt., doubles with Mike); Basketball Firsts 
(Gr.ll); II Hockey with love (thanks Goon 1); Various 
Rugby and Squash games; House Captain; Social 
Commitee, Shipwreck '88; Drafting at Fitzys and 
Morriseys; Learning Week in Montreal, Lennoxville, and 
London '88; Manager of the St. Louis Cardinal, Late night 
chats with Yap '86-87; Box Concerts, In the Jays dugout 
with Gundy; Car Rally In Red Jeep. 
SAYINGS: "I've golla get Into Western", "Plax call Red 

80', 'Thanks Mr./Mrs. for the bed", "Thanks Ray 

yourcool" "Brown let's go play ball" 'Mike, I got it (sorry 
you should've got it) 'Utile Pig.. Kid.. Jerk', "Bud!', 
"Vogels OK to drive'. 

"You know what's weird? I'm really going to miss this 
place." After spending five years at St. Andrew's I've 
gained much from the academics, sports, and different 

Jason J. Lesslf (1988-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Smurf, Fickle, Porky, Skinhead 
SAYINGS: 'I have a spare next period', "This weekend 
for sure." "Do you have any dip?" 'I'll have a pint" 
"Cheers." "Crazy." "I need a haircut." 

In my one year at S.A.C. I have topp)ed off the end of an 
exciting and trying high school career. The best part of 
this year was of course gaining the friendship of some 
great guys, and being able to spend time with Jeff, my 
brother. Some of the best limes were had playing hockey 
and going on the Rugby Tour (especially the extra night). 
Thanks to everyone for making my last year at high 
school a remarkable one. 



extracurricular activities In which I've being Involved. In 
retrospect though, I'd have to say that of all that St. 
Andrew's package had to offer, friendships were the most 
important. I'd first of all like to thank everyone v^o went 
out of their way for me; I know there have been many 
most of w+iom I probably selfishly failed to recognize at 
the lime. To the teachers who aided me along the way - 
Messrs. Jackson, Kitchen. Robinson, Arril and Somervllle 
- in simplest terms, Thank-Youl To the greatest sport I'll 
probably ever know, and someone from whom I've 
learned more through example than I have in most 
classrooms ■ thanks Coach. The lastand most important 
part of the package, my friends; to the two most special 
Mom and Dad. (It's now time to show youjust 
how thankful I am.) To Brent, thanks for being someone 
I could look up to. To Mike Ro3S,( Yap, Devo. Walk, and 
Keats ) thanks for making the good times and preventing 
any really bod limes. To D.M, M.G, M.W, C.T, R.V, M.S, 
D.P, W.D, M.I, M.M, J.C, LP, and MVP. Q - thanks for 
everything; I'll never forget the memories.) 



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DauldA.Mason (1984-1989) 

hlCKNAMES: Mose, Dave, Assorted Meat Products, Ace. 
ACTIVITIES: First Football: The AAo: Rrst Rugby (2a): 
Wales/England RugbyTour '88/89 (oh excellenti, Creep 
show and Justin at the BAARRRI); The Burn Bus 
(Captain); Shipwreck '88: C. Sandwich - meat 
department: Expansion Week '88 (The road to ^\ontreal 

- BATIng was fun. ..oh ya, where Is Martin?; McDonalds 
cottagefest3 years running: The Blacklist; Sailing with Ian 

- 'It looked like a shark...': California cruisin' with Dave 
W. 

SAYINGS: "huh?", "ya okay Ian", 'I'm getting fat", "no 
thanks, I quit", "hmm, rather unusual smell In here 
gentlemen. ..carry on', 'thank you officer. I really need 
this", 'Hey sir, great party ehl', 'Callender, where are you 
going before Prize Day?", 'Gundy we're going 190. ..wake 
upl'; 'Tuliis can I have one?'. "AH, PAD MAhl' 

Robert Emll Meinzer (1982-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Mini, Mienz, Hilton, Robbie-Bobble, 

Meinzman 

SAYINGS: 'Mark, what now?" "I want to go to bed." 

■YES WILL" "How much do you owe me?" "Yes, I still go 

to school here.' 'No, she is just my friend and she is 

twenty-two.' 'I'll be at school all weeklll' "Where's your 

car?' 'Yes, I have morals.' 

ACTIVmES: Soccer(7a, Soccer Tour to Nova Scotia); 

X-C Skiing (2a); Debating (7b); Social and Service 

Committees (2-3a): Hamlet (Producer): SAC in France; 

Cadet Corporal; Q.H. fan club and of course VIDINGIIl 



I've experienced a lot these last five years. I leave SAC 
with an education I can use. I've learned both In and out 
of the classroom and a good school should give you that 
opportunity. I realize I never was the SAC poster boy, but 
that never bothered me. I was always me. Mr. Robo, 
Mr.Walden. Mr. Whitehead - thanks for respecting me for 
what I was and not what I was supposed to be. My 
close friends - Voges, Weed, Kay, Gund, J.C. Bud, Mike, 
Yap, Tank, and Raph - thanks for memories; I'll never 
forget the good times. Tuliis. thanks for being the best 
friend when limes were good as well as tough. Mom, Dad, 
Mike - thanks for being more thanjust family - thanks for 
being best friends - I love you. 

And when I cover up my eyes/ I can feel the whole 
world/ I can feel the whole world. 54-40. 



Well, It has seemed like an eternity at times with ups and 
downs but It's over now and 1 must thank a few people: 
MT. SF, SN, GP, WH, BA, RB, and many others who have 
all been good friends and whom I will never forget; my 
tutor, Mr. Halstead. who has supported me and believed 
in me for the past five years; my housemaster, Mr. Robo. 
who has helped me grow up and mature. But finally my 
Mom and Dad who have always been there for me and 
supported me no matter what I did ■ I love you bothi As 
I look back, I am not sure what is harder - the seven years 
I have spent here or the one day that I leave. This school 
has helped me In so many ways, let it help all of you. 






Jonathan A. Morgan (198489) 

ACTIVITIES: Many and varied. 

I would like to express my thankfulness to my parents, 
my friends, and my teachers. My mother, who Is first In 
my heart, has been my inspiration, when I've showed any, 
and my slave driver when I haven'L Among the staff 
members, 1 would particularly like to thank Mr. Foy and 
Mr. Robo, who have aided me more times than F>erhaps I 
deserved. I leave with dreams and hope for their 
fulfillment, and Ideals, even If they are contrary to those 
of Huge. Once again, my heartfelt gratitude to all. 
Uke a bird on a wire; 
Like a drunk In a midnight choir, 
I have trled,ln my way, 
to be free. 

Leonard Cohen 

Sean M. D. riazerali (1982-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Naz, Spaz, Bug, Marble-cake, Quad 
Qlla-Monster from Hell (thanks Gov) 
ACTIVITIES: Just about every Squash team the school 
offers. (1st 2a); Soccer (Ist la); Cricket (1st 4a, MIP, 
Capt., MVP); Also various debating antics; 4 musicals, 9 
plays (3 acting awards); House captain; 21 -term scholar: 
various other school activities; skipping chapel and 
Ignoring homework. 

SAYINGS: 'Chapel... do we have a chapel?" 'Don't do 
homework Gov, let's go play cricket.' "Damian, you have 
no couth.' 'Of course I did my homework, sir.' 'Kev, 
REL^X." 



Seven years. At limes I thought it would never end. other 
times I hoped it wouIdn'L I think the best part of this school 
is the boarding, for it was there I leamed the most. It is 
that which really sets us apart. To my friends, you know 
who you are, thanks for everything. YOCI are what I will 
remember. Sure there are some bad aspects of St. 
Andrew's, but in the end I think it has given me 
opportunities I could not have found elsewhere. 

Tomorroiu's rain will wash the stains away, 
But something In our minds will always slay.' 
-Sting 

Goodbye. 1 have been touched. 




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Covin Permanand (1984-1989) 

MICKMAMES: Wetsultboy, Elevator-operolor. 
Chocolate chip (mufTln), Caramel, Fudge. Coolie Royale, 
Ralph. Jerome. 

SAYIMGS: 'Cricket Is defnltely the bigger man sport.', 
'Ease up nuhl', "Touch mel', 'Cross this line..,uh ok. this 
one.', 'I am not spltefull", 'I took licks for that.', 
'You're on Sid.', Carib is theee bestl". *l am theee 
biggest man.'. 'No friends.' 

ACTTVITlEiS: Cricket: Swimming; Soccer; Crosscountry 
running; Asst. Head of Sifton House; Social Committee; 
Cadet. W.O,; Grid. Crew; Honorary member of Ravelle 
(room#l): Passenger during the trip in 'the little blue 
car', and various other affiliations when they suited 
me. 



Michael R. Ross (1984-1989) 

ACTIVITIES: Jr.. Rrst Tennis (4a., Capt.. MVP); Jr. 
Squash (Capt., MVP); First Squash (Capt., MVP 3a.. 
ISAA Champions '89); First Volleyball (MIP, ISAA 
Champs); Various Running teams; Review, Photo Editor 
'88; Cdt. Capt.; Housecaptain; Prefect; Europe-Mason 
Adventures '87, '88. 

SAYINGS: 'Mase, don't worry, I know a shortcut.' 'That 
was mine Chris.' "Sir I'm always here.' THo. I'm not a 
part-time student." 'It's the S.A.G.C.C, babyl' 'What's 
this job stuff anyhow?' and finally, regarding essays - 
'Mal<e it early. Make it short. And if you have to, make it 
up.' - well, one out of three isn't bad (unless you take 
History 2). 

Everybody has to tum a comer In his life, or else smash 
into a brick wall. From Mac House to graduation. St. 
Andrew's has been one comer after another. The walls 

Mark Anthony Tawll (1983-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Tank, Barn-Bam, Ta, Shotgun 
SAYINGS: 'Tullis, lets go to the Grid.' 'You are so cool.' 
'Yes Willi" 'Seriously she Is the onel' "Mase, you owe 
me so manyl' 'Lets go for a butl' "Mais, ca vas pas non?" 
ACTIVITIES: I Soccer (4a): 1 Basketball (2a): I Rugby (3a, 
Scotland/Ireland); II Swimming (2a); Rrst Grid (2a); t^rst 
Cripple (MVP); SAC en France; Debating (Fulford), 
OSSSA leadership conf.; Producer Anything Goes (don't 
bother met); Hamlet; Prefect; Whitehead tours to Call 
with Mase: Expansion week in the 'little blue car'; 
Tuesday night Filzy's and Friday night Mo. 

It will be hard not to miss a place where one grows up with 
the same people and environment for over half a decade. 
I have leamed so much about myself and other p>eople. . 
To Mr. Bedard for the second chance, Mr. Robinson and 

DanielJohn Thwalles (1987-1989) 

NICKNAMES : The Deacon , Dan , Tweety , D. . Don. 
SAYINGS : 'I'm don'. 'Ziah should be herell', 
'Vance, Let's go pump', 'Dusted', 'Is jus rudeboy 
business", 'Yo we have to go to bed NOW to wake up late 
tomorrow', 'P.N. P. right B.'. 'Cally ketch dis dubll' 
'Wtiere's Ram?' (see M.S.) 
ACTIVITIES : Man, I do nuff tings. 

It has been a very educational two years at S.A.C. both 
inside and outside of the classroom. I have come closer 
to understanding that your benefits from any experience 
or endeavour, life included, are in direct proportion to the 
amount of effort you are willing to expend. I will never 
fail to recognize that S.A.C. has played a crucial part 
in my intellectual and physical development. I must 
mention. however, that in this otherwise healthy 



After five years, I'm not sure what should be said; 
not due to my being Illiterate, but rather due to o 
feeling of disbelief, as next year Is a whole new 
beginning. St. Andrew's has offered me many 
opportunities, only I have never appreciated them 
until now, now that they are gone. The atmosphere 
(though somewhat restrictive), my friends and most of 
the staff have been positive influences on me. I 
realize that the positive outweigh the negative, 
but occassionally I had to wonder. Problems have come 
and have been overcome and more will surely follow. 
Even tfiough many of these problems have been with 
students or members of staff (some whose competence 
I question), 1 am glad for the chance I have been given. It 
is one that few will experience. Thanks to Ro.. Juice, and 
Waldo, and all my friends. Further thanks to Dr. /Mum 
Danylak, end a special thank-you to my parents for the 
sacrifices they made. It was worth it. I love you. 



may change as I step forward, beyond the gates and one 
step closer to the real world, but the friendships and 
memories that were created here will remain with me 
always. Thanks to Dave. Mark. Chris (Bud). Rob, and all 
the Grads - good luck and don't forget to writel I can't 
even begin to think about the upcoming year without you. 
Finally, I would like to thank the Headmaster, my 
housemaster and my tutor for all of their guidance; and 
especially my mother and father for putting up with my 
lackadaisical attitude and for always being In my court 
when I needed them • your suppx^rt has always meant the 
world to me. 

The last thing I rememlxr, I was running for the door. 
I had to find the passage back to the place I was before. 
Relax said the nightman, we cu-e programmed to receive. 
You can check out any time you like. 
But you can never leave. The Eagles 

Mr. Kitchen for believing in me, and Mr. Halstead for his 
guidance and advice as my tutor for five years, I would 
just like to say 'mercl'. To my two close companions Mr. 
and Mrs. Clements who always put up with my 
'problems' and always had time for me, I wish to say 
'cheers' and that the two of you are incredible. The good 
times at St. Andrew's have been non-stop. They easily 
out-weigh the bad. To all my friends, namely Rod, Gov, 
Rem, Tullis, Mase, Jas, Josh, Rob and of course Will, my 
great pal as well as roomale for three years, thanks for all 
the unforgettable times and for breaking the tense 
moments. To my parents: Dad for your sacrifices and 
patience, and to my Mom for your constant support and 
love, my gratitude can only be expressed by saying I love 
you. Rnally, to St. Andrew's, the experience will never be 
forgotten, and my thanks will be forever. 
NELXT YEAR: Selling coconuts on the beach with Gov. 



atmosphere of S.A.C, 1 came to realize how stereotypical 
attitudes toward differing cultural and ethnic 
backgrounds invariably cause friction. Though this 
friction usually finds expression in the living quarters, 
I was interested to see how it also found subtle 
expression in the classroom. It is my deepest wish to 
express unending gratitude to my parents, David Isaiah, 
Anna, Benji, Mary, Tim, Caz, Xesus, P. J. .and the Zemans. 
Many thanks to all the friends at home. Special thanks to 
Robinson for being a good friend, teacher, coach, and 
housemaster. Thank you also to Messrs. Timms, Myrans, 
Ray, and Treasure. At S.A.C. Ihe friends were many ■ and 
so shall be the memories. Thanks to Clay, Mark, Shane, 
Michael, Lessif, Buffy, Chris, and Hugh. To Johan: 'many 
thanks for the great memories, roughneckl 'To Sean: 
"You are a soldier; always shock outi 'Vance: 'Respect.' 
NEXT YEAR: In whichever direction the wind blows 
strongest; It's great to have life sprawling in front of you. 



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Christopher D.Tullis (1984-1989) 

MICKNAMES: Tulay, Smell 

SAYINGS: Tsnkl Let's go to the Grid' 'Mase you owe me 
at least a pack.' 'Hey Weed, let's go vidding.' 'If I ever 
lose to Vance again I'm giving up this l%@#"*sportl' 
"Shut-up Raphyl I don't care about the pxjor little deer.' 
'My car is so much better than yours Vogell' 'Jesus 
Murphy' 'Look Kay there's Tlmmeeeeel' 
ACTTVITIES: Soccer; Tennis: Football: Squash: Golf; 
Skipping Cadets; House plays; House Captain; Grid 
Platoon; Occasional Rtz's Visitor; Vid Team; Bob's 
Black List; Expansion Week In Montreal; McDonaldfesl 
3yrVet; Deer Hunt 88, The Mo. 

Five long years. and it's finally time to leave the resort 
hotel that we all refer to as St. Andrew's College. I never 
thought I'd make It and now that I have, I can't help but 
wonder whether or not I'm going to wake up and still be 

Robert K.Vogel (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Voges, Pickel of the C. Sandwich, Anteater 

Jr. 

SAYINGS: 'If you don't know it now, you're never going 

to know it anyway, and I Just want to get the out of 

here." 'Tullis, I hate you.' 'Weed, Tullis, my car is so 
much better than both of yours.' 'I hate this meal.' 'Bud, 
clean up the bathroom.' 'Yap, cheezesub, let's go.' 'Let's 
go to Kelsey's for nachos and a beer.' 'Nice car Ross you 
gino.' 'No. I can't go, I'm broke." "Aahhh, Mo. Dog." "I'll 
drive." "Let's pick up some chicks and go to the barrrr." 
ACTIVITIES: Football (4a); Downhill Skiing (3a); Rugby 
(4a); Nordic Skiing (2a); Housecaptain; Pipes and Drums 
(3a); Shipwreck '88; Rugby Tour '89; Filz's Tuesday 
Night Club; Friday Night Mo-Goer; Bum Bus Member; 
Member of the Group that Checked out University 
Atmosphere in Montreal. 

Michael J. Welder (1984-1989) 

NICKNAMES: Weed(man), Speed, Spyder, Easy, Darr. 
SAYINGS: "Hey Buddyl", 'No, I don't look like Schullerl', 
"You're soo crazy", "Matt stop flooding the place with 
tears", "Mase let's go wrecking", "Vogel stop 
complaining", "Tullis, you know you love my car", "Hey 
Gluse, ya geek", "Bud let's go vidding" 
ACTIVITIES: First skiing (2a); First track (2a); Soccer; 
Windsurfing; House captain; Cdt. Lt.; Shipwreck 88'; 
PiLj's dollar draft club; Friday night Mo. team; Portage 
store wrecking crew; part of ex"spare'sion week to 
Kingston and Montreal; psycho rescue team member; 
PSWA. 



In Mac House with Mr. Harrison screaming "You're 
Guytedl" Into my left ear. However, It must be true and If 
I were to write atxjut all the great times I've had, I'd be 
creating a opus that would undoubtedly outperform my 
first one. Therefore, I am going to begin by thanking the 
teachers that have tried, to no avail to get me to work 
harder. A nice try, and goodbye to Messrs Robo, Flaub. 
Whitehead, PGK. Clements, and Ms Thomson. Thanks 
also to my friends whom I will never forget, namely: 
Voges, Weed. Kay, Bud, Gund, Tank, Yap, Vance, Devo, 
Pady, and Fell. Ooops, I almost forgot you Mase (I'll miss 
yal). Rnally, to you Sis. I only have two words to say. "[Hot 
Yet' (But boy did 1 try!) Grandma and Grandpa and Mom 
and Dad, thanks for everything. I love you all so muchi 
[To Adam and Dallas, I wish all the luck in the world and 
may all your blues be Labattsl To Raphy, Sarah, and 
Krista this Buds for you, and to Jen, thanks for everything. 
(ILove Ya) 



What I thought was going to last an eternity, went by so 
fast It's already over. The good times, bad times and all 
my friends will be lifelong memories never to be lost. I 
have no one to thank more for this than my mother and 
father. I will think of the experience as a gift, for which I 
will be forever grateful. Thanks. As for the school itself, 
St. Andrew's has developed in me many qualities such 
as respect and discipline that will always remain. I feel 
that within the atmosphere of this school, I have grown 
up to be a better, more rounded Individual. An overall 
thanks to all the teachers and coaches of the school that 
have helped me. Although the time has gone so fast, I am 
ready to move on, hoping that I will benefit from my future 
experiences as much as I have from my past ones. As for 
all the friends I have made at S.A.C., I will never forget 
you guys, so let's make an effort to stay in touch; maybe 
someday we'll be able to help out each other (keep Lessif 
and I in mind Gluse). 



Many things have changed since my first day at SAC. I 
arrived, a loser new boy exposed to life after Collingwood. 
My first roommate, Klaus the maniac, w+iipped me into 
shape pretty fast. Now five Incredibly long years later I'm 
at the top of the ladder ready to Jump off into my freshmen 
year at university. A senior once told me that you only 
get out of the school what you put into it (blah, blah, blah). 
Well, I hate writing about all that sob story stuff but 1 think 
I accomplished what I wanted. A thank-you to my parents 
and devoted teachers. Good luck to all my friends - 
Vogel, Tullis, Mase, Bud, Gund, Ack, Gluse, Pady, Matt 
and all the other loser dayboys. Perhaps one of you guys 
can give my kid a job in about 25 years. 





NEXT YEAR: 

Destinations of Graduates are 
just before the Directory. 



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Clan Award 
Winners 

Presented at the 
St. Andrew's Day Banquet 



Lower School: 

Those receiving their Colours 
(100 points or nnore) 



Tim Morrissey 
Jason LaMarche 
John Shik 



Douglas Clan 
Montrose Clan 
Wallace Clan 



Those receiving a Bar to Colours 

( 1 50 points or more) 



Marcus Gillam 
James Morgan 



Wallace Clan 
Douglas Clan 



Those receiving a second Bar to 
Colours (special distinction) 



Paul Arhanic 
Gene Cheung 
Ian Michael 



Montrose Clan 
Douglas Clan 
Montrose Clan 



Upper School: 

Those receiving their Second Class 
Colours (150 points or more) 

Ramsey Clan: Derek Plaxton, 
Bradley Harrison, Steven Creber 
Buchanan Clan: Ronald Kopas, 
Shane Stewart, Michael Alexander, 
Norman Vanek, Alex Bradshaw 
Leslie Clan: William Adams 
MacPherson Clan: Rashid Khan, 
Michael Smith. Blair Leggett, Scott 
Bryk, Tim Steumpel, David Bradfield 
Stewart Clan: Fergus Prentice, Ted 
Shaw, Patrice Bansa, Robert Meinzer 

Those receiving their First Class 
Colours (250 points or more) 

Leslie Clan: Roderick Boothby 
MacPherson Clan: Ted Mirkopoulos, 
Jason Callender 

Stewart Clan: Chris Kelly, Michael 
Ross. Mark Tawil, Will Hill 



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Presented at the 
May 25th Assembly 



Lower School: 

Those receiving their Colours: 



Jose Sotres 
David Michael 
Christian Stein 
Robert Keto 
Jose Arteaga 
Jon Arciszewski 



Montrose Clan 
Montrose Clan 
Douglas Clan 
Wallace Clan 
Bruce Clan 
Bruce Clan 



Those receiving Bar to Colours: 



Chris Thompson 
Bruce Ellis 
John Shik 
Jhad Friesen 
Jason LaMarche 
Nick McQuire 



Douglas Clan 
Douglas Clan 
Wallace Clan 
Wallace Clan 
Montrose Clan 
Robertson Clan 




Upper School: 

Those receiving their Second Class 
Colours: 

Leslie Clan: Christopher Cattrall 

Buchanan Clan: Mark Atkins, 

Shawn Kurian, Brian Ledson, 

Jamie Graham, Wilf Dinnick 

Ramseu Clan: Sheldon Rodrigues, 

Michael O'Connor 

Stewart Clan: James Herder, 

Michael Hiscox 

MacPherson Clan: Geraint Khan, 

Chris Armaly, Alistair Cowper, 

Thijs Spoor, Stephen Rotstein 

Those receiving their First Class 
Colours: 

Leslie Clan: Dirk Radeke, Ian Pady, 

Stephen Timms, Matt McPherson, 

Damian Brooks, David Foster, 

Christopher Mantrop 

Ramsey Clan: Brad Harrison, 

Curtiss Boyington 

Buchanan Clan: Mark Sheardown 

Stewart Clan: Robert Vogel, Robert 

Meinzer 

MacPherson Clan: Craig Sterling, 

Scott Bryk, David Bradfield, Peter 

Hickey 

Those receiving their Bar to First 
Class Colours (Special Distinction 
350 points or more) 



Rod Boothby 
Jason Callender 
Will Hill 
Sean Mazerali 
Kevin Worry 



Leslie Clan 
MacPherson Clan 
Stewart Clan 
Stewart Clan 
Ramsey Clan 



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Our Heraldic History 

One of the finest features of our Great Hall is the 
display of heraldic coats of arms and badges which 
remind us visually of our association with the great 
highland clans of ancient Scotland. 

For over twenty five years now our distinguished 
collection has been growing thanks to our link with 
Mr. Gordon MacPherson, one of Canada's finest 
heraldic artists. He works in close liason with the 
College of Arms in London and with the Lord Lyon 
King of Arms in Edinburgh, and has designed "arms 
both for individuals and corporations. 

In 1963. Lloyd C. MacPherson commissioned Gordon 
MacPherson to create the first four badges - those of 
Bruce, Douglas, Montrose and Wallace. In the 
mid-70's at the time when our upper school clans 
reorganized along house lines, Mr. MacPherson again 
obliged with the other four clan crests - those of 
Buchanan (Memorial), MacPherson (Flavelle), 
Stewart (Sifton), and Ramsey (day students). In 
addition he executed the then newly approved SQnool 
coat of arms which appears in the centre of our 
display. 

In the past few years, our clan system has been 
administered by Mr. Rupert Ray and in this period two 
further organizational changes have taken place 
which recognize the increasing size and significance 
of our day student community. We created two new 
clans: one in the Lower School (Robertson) and one 
in the Upper School (Leslie). 

One year ago, Mr. MacPherson came to our Clans 
Assembly in May to present us with the badge of Clan 
Robertson. The badge was accepted officially by Mr. 
David Whitehead, Housemaster of Laidlaw House. 
Mow, one year later our set has been magnificently 
completed. Mr. MacPherson was represented by the 
coat of arms of Clan Leslie, the identity chosen by its 
members when New House came into existence. On 
May 25th, Housemaster Bruce Somerville and 
student Ian Pady accepted their new arms. Thank 
you, Mr. MacPherson, for furnishing us with this 
fascinating information, and for making a beautiful 
silent contribution to our lives and heritage for over a 
quarter of a century. 

R. Ray. 




FLAVELLE HOX^SE 






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LAIDLA^^ HOUSE 




This was a great year to be in Laidlaw House due 
to several positive changes and a wide range of 
activities. Our comnnon room was carpeted 
(nnuch to Mr. Herder's delight) and a 
radio/cassette installed for everyone's 
enjoyment. In November, several members of the 
house attended Aussie Rules Football at Varsity 
stadium. Later in the year we went out for a house 
dinner at 'Lime Richeys" followed by an evening 
performance of 'Cats 'at Massey Hall. Late in the 
year we had second and third row seats for the 
illusionist 'David Copperfield' at O'Keefe centre. 

Despite the great number of 'jocks' in our house, 
we were overpowered in our two basketball 
games against Macdonald House, and the tug of 
war across Shads. Just wait till next year! In 
closing I would like to thank Alex Boothby for his 
excellent design for the house shirt; to our 
housecaptains - Todd Mank, Sheldon Rodriguez, 
Chris Cattrall, Jay MacWilliam, Eric Jackson & 
Steve Creber for their leadership and help, and 
organization of barbecues; and to our 
housemaster Mr. Whitehead for bringing it all 
together. 




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It is with great pleasure that I have this opportunity to reflect 
upon the past year and the many characters of Macdonald 
House. 

1 was very impressed by the maturity and sensibility shown by 
all members of the House. The treatment of our newly 
refurbished rooms was quite encouraging. Similarly, our 
remodelled House Library, compliments of the Ladies' Guild, 
was well used and respected by the boys. 1 know that this show 
of respect will help to continue the renovation of the remainder 
of the residence. 

My thanks must go to all members of the house who gave their best in the areas of academics, sports, 
debating, drama and other activities. Your efforts have been appreciated by many and will prove 
beneficial in years to come. 1 have also been impressed by the leadership of many of Grade Nine students 
in house activities along with the way they live on a daily basis. We look forward to next year's council 
providing the same leadership. 

One could recognize many award winners from the house but space allows me to only mention two. 
The Edith Grant recipient, Martin Best, and the King Trophy recipient, Sean McGrath, are fine Andreans 
of whom we are very proud. At this time it seems appropriate to mention ten young men who have been 
members of Mac House for their entire Lower School career: Jon Arciszewski, Jose Arteaga, Peter 
Clarke, Jhad Friesen, Marcus Gillam, Greg Goldsack, Terry Kerr, Jason LaMarche, Matthew McConnell 
and John Shik. All the best next year and thanks for your contributions over those three LONG years. 

This year also saw the appointment of the firtst ever Head of House with Ted Mirkopoulos performing 
his duties with much style and class. The house looks forward to strong leadership from Scott Bryk and 
John Clarke, our Heads of House for next year. As I mentioned earlier, this has been a fine group of 
young men to be associated with and 1 feel that the future of St. Andrew's is in a good state as a result. 
Thanks again for everything guys. 

Mike Hanson 







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It's July ... the hum of the house is gone ... all that can be heard are 
the saws and hammers fixing the wear and tear on the house. 

As my mind wanders back over the year, 1 rememberthe first day when 
the New Boys arrived and there to welcome them to Memorial House 
was this Rookie Housemaster and Grade 13 Old Boys. 

Mr. James Hamilton, the guest speaker at our first annual house dinner, 
enlightened us about our roots. This house and the chapel were built 
as a memorial to those Andreans who gave their lives in World War 1. 

It is fitting that throughout the year the denizens of Memorial House 
gave of their time and talents in their own way. In school activities, we 
had representatives on all the school teams, school plays (Hamlet, 
Anything Goes and Dogg's Hamlet) and the Debating Society. 

In the house, we had many fun and delicious BBQ's by the King (alias 
Sam Alvaro) and we had great participation- in the house play, the 
Christmas door decorating contest, the hockey pool, the dart 
tournament and we can't forget our annual trip to watch the Jays play 
ball (wet and cold, but did we have fun ... you bet!) We purchased a 
ping pong table and dart board which along with Friday videos added 
to house involvement and relaxation time. 

I would like to especially thank the Grade 1 3's and Head of House, Alex 
Bradshaw and Prefects, Brian Ledson and Mark Glusing, for their 
encouragement, enthusiasm and effort in bolstering house and school 
spirit. It was a fun year for me as Housemaster and I know everyone 
enjoyed the good times. 1 appreciated the willingness of all those who 
helped others through the tough times. Our. predecessors would be 
proud. 

Brian Raaflaub 



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MA^ISEY HOI^SE 

After switching posts from boarding housemaster for the last eight years to rookie dayboy housemaster 
in Ramsey House, I had been interested in observing life on the other side of the student fence. Did 
dayboys really contribute to the quality of school life? Could one be a dayboy and derive fulfillment and 
satisfaction from the St. Andrew's experience? Was the legendary Mr. Smith really right in his 
disparaging condemnation of dayboys as being something less than human?... 

Although we now number considerably fewer than our largest boarding counterpart (Ramsey's 51 
students to Flavelle's 75), the House effectively pulled its weight in all facets of School life. From First 
Hockey to drama, from track to swimming, from debating to academics, from photography to editing 
the Review, from barbecues to bowling, the men from Ramsey House were involved and enthusiastically 
contributed greatly to the quality of life at St. Andrew's College. It was this involvement that carried the 
House to a successful conclusion at Track and Field day and paved the way for our outstanding sweep 
beyond all expectations to win the prestigious House - Clan competition trophy. 

Although the House is to be commended for its efforts throughout the year, special mention should be 
made of a few individuals for their outstanding contributions. Prefects Curtiss Boyington and Derek 
Plaxton provided solid leadership and direction to House spirit and deserve a hearty thanks for their 
dedication and commitment. Kevin Worry set an academic standard of excellent achievement that will 
be hard for future Andreans to beat. Ramsey House was privileged to have had the School's Head boy 
within its ranks. Many others, too numerous to mention, are to be commended for their excellent 
performances in sports, drama, cadets, and in the classroom. 

Thanks Ramsey House for a great first year. 1 was proud of your many significant accomplishments. 1 
look forward with great anticipation to see what the coming year will bring. With new Prefects, Steve 
Creber and Todd Mank 1 am confident that the House will again make major contributions to the quality 
of School life. Mr Smith - 1 have had my eyes opened and experienced a new perspective. Dayboys 
have more than earned deserving praise. Ramsey House students should be acknowledged as playing 
a vital role in the success of the experience of St. Andrew's. Ramsey House - I'm proud of you. Keep 
up the good work. 

S. R. Treasure 




Life in Sifton House could never be better. We, sixty-six 
members of The House, live in what could be described by any 
member of the other two senior boarding houses as Paradise, 
Utopia, Heaven or even Valhalla. 

Sifton House has had this popular image ever since the 
departure of their past housemaster, Mr. Kitchen, now 
headmaster in a New Brunswick school. With the arrival of Mr. 
Robinson, commonly known as Robo, life in The House has had 
a turn for the better. Gone is the strictness that once filled the 
halls of Sifton and in its place there is a laid back feeling that 
incorporates unity and pride from all of Sifton's members. 

Sifton House takes pride in being the house that offers sleep-in 
breakfasts twice weekly, and movie nights and BBQ's once a 
week. None of the other houses offer nearly as many 
advantages, plus the best housemaster. He has allowed his 
patrons room for awareness, creativity,, opportunity and the 
exploring of one's self. By setting new guidelines, there is more 
responsibility on the memberr to be prompt for meals, chapel, 
study and bed-time. This allows the student to take his stay in 
The House much more into his own hands; he is now taking a 
greater responsibility for his won life which is not offered in the 
other two houses. 

Sifton House is a house for the strong inmind and heart, a house 
that would let nothing get between a young man's growth and 
education and above all, a house that cares. 

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L to R 3rd Row: J.G. Moreno. PS. Etherington. D.J. McMair. M.S. Young, M.R. Sinclair. L. DiGianni. J.A.W. Barron. 

2nd Rouj. A.D. Page, MP. Tzembelikos, K.W-H Chan, I.Y Sh Cheung, KW.K Shen, M.T, Best 

From Row: D,E, Keller, CP.A. Ward, J.L. Lewis, A.G. Gillam, J.E. Dadson. R.J. Luxemburger, A.M. Farr 



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Llo R 2nd Row: R.E. Keto. V.M. Hyman, M.S. Kingston. Z.B. Math, J.K.Y. Chan, J.D. Burgess, T.A. Horton. K.B.J. Hooper, K R, Alfrey, J.J. 

Georgekish. 

Front Row: J. A. Ginou, G.P.C. Brennagh, T.A. Brannon, D.J. A. Arril, C.T.W. Byrnes, R. Istilart. N.A. Haddad. 

Absent: R.C. Aylesworth. 




LloR 3rd Row: J. A. Nichols, M.J. Morgan, P. Parsi, B.J.J. Spence. K,K-C. Ng. D.A. McField, P.A. Wardell. 

2nd Row: S. Zulqernain, N. Tsioros, D.C. Michael, J. A. Sotres, T.W.A. Zegii, J.D. Reid. 

Front Row: W.Y.H. Yow, S.J. Rees, C.J. Ramson, A.CT. Smith, B.K. Lo. J.C.W. Wong, K.J. Rath. 



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3rd Row: J.M. Arciszewski. P.L. Essaye. J.C. Boutros. J.I. Arteaga-Panizo. J.M. Brown. A.K. Boothby. 

2n(i Row. G.L, Deudney, M.S. Boyer. P.C. Clarke, J.C. Baun. T.W.K. Chow. C.L.C. Bedard. 

Fron( Row: M.S. Alexander. B.C. Ellis. D.K. Chambers. T J G. Brooks. A. Demosthenous. P-T.P. Au. M.S. Alexander. 




3rd Row: J. P. LaMarche. CM. Goldsack. L. Ivankovic. S.J, Heron. M. LeCuyer. M.J.J. Lamb. 

2nd Row: W.J. Long. M.M. Gillam. W.B. Gundy. M.L, Gregory. J.J. Friesen. K-M.T. Fu. 

Fronl Row: G.K. Harada. A. Logiotatos, T.M. Kerr. M.P. Jaeger. J. M.M. Fraser. K. Leung. T.E.P Hockin. 



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L lo R 3rd Row: T.A. Luxemburger. R.R. McNdlly. B.C. McKague. CM. Matheson. B.P. Micalizzi. J.J Mulcock. 

2nd Row: C.R. Miiroy. R.J. Osborne. R.A. Melnyk. M.G. McQuire. J.F. Menlove. S.K, McGrath 

Front Row: B.J. Mollard. S.J.B, Pepper. T.F. Morrissey. M.J. McConnell. E.W. Monteith. A.M. ONeil, K.P. Mertens. 




2nd Row: C.K. Thompson. B.C. Sommerville, P.O. Ramos. J.H.J. School. G.P. White. A. Vrettakos. J.T, Watts, S. Rudenko, R.S.K. Ting, H.R. 

Stinson. 

Front Row: C.S-M. Yee. C-T.J. Tsang. T.J. Sandilands. J.W.C. Shik. K.L. Taylor. D.A. Ripley. C.A. Stein. 

Absent; M.J.T. Smeenk. 



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L lo R 3rd Row: S.M. Brett. S.L.K. Armstrong. 

2nd Row: P. Arhanic. J.K.W. Chan. S.B.A. Collins. J.W Dennis. I.C. Bleier. G. Cheung. R.P.A. Asquith. M. DeAngelis. S. Carpenter. 

Front Row: DA. Andrews. M.H. Chisolm. J. A. Aylsworth. T.M. Buzek. N.M.E. Collingwood. M. Caputo. DA. Burt. 

Absent: A.R Best. 




L to R 3rd Row: C. Gustafsson. A.M. Eisen. 

2nd Row: A.J. V. Harrison. T.A. Kawai. J. A. Ginou. G.M.J. Hooper. K. innami. R.M.P. Fraser. MA. Johnston. T J. Farr. E.B. Erwin. 

Front Row: J.G. Holliday, J.S. Hobbs, J.K.H. Kee, A.J.E. DeVila. B.S. Graham, M.K. Etherington, K.C. Edwards. 



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L to R 3rd Row: D.J. Kim, B.F. Lopez, I.W. Marshall, R.P. Manning, D.D. Nelles, C.F. Powers, D,J. Montgomery. 

2nd Row: R, Kim, S, Miyake, M.K, McLachlan. A.S.J. Lang, A.C.K. Poon, J.E Morgan. 

Front Row: T.S.O. Reid, I.C. Michael, J.J. Lessif, M.H. Chisholm. M.C. Maby, R.M. Mantrop, K.L.E. Lee, 







L to R 3rd Row: G,A. Rose, B.J. Riopelle, D.J. Wharton, A.W. Zwingenberger, E.J. Wright. G.A. Taylor, L. Robinson. 
2nd Row: V.KL. Wong, D.W.T. Shik, S.K. Sauerwein. R. Vaughan, D.H.K. Zoebelein. S.M.C. Smith. 
Front Row: MA. Worry, W,Y,C. Yow, M.A, Shillum, Z. Zulqernain, E.R, Waller. B,P.R. Wynn, T.Z. Siddiqui. 
Absent: J.W. Williams. 



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L to R 2nd How: A, Goetze, R,G. Browne, V. Di Battista. S N, Alvaro, T. Bytzek, R, Cosentini, M.D Black. I,M Davidson. A,P, Bulas. J.A.R, 

Collingwood. 

From Row: R.J. Chin, C.E Glave, S.A. Corman, R.J. Abbott-Boast. K.S.A. Davidson. A. Cericoia. AG Basu 

Absent: J.L. Gordon. 




Llo R 2nd Row: J.R.C. Inglis. M.R. Hunter. H.N.I.J.B. Jeffrey, S.W. Mafiaffy. A.C. Metcalfe. J.S. Metcalfe. 
Front Row: C.C. Lo. C.E.G. Mitchele. KB. McPherson. B. Mikol. S.J.G. Martin. R.B. Hobbs. V. Lin. 
Absent: D.B. Hancock. 



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L lo R 2nd Row: L.A. Perruzza, M.P. Robinson. D.C- Stewart, T.E. Patterson. i,u A akovhoj. S.A. Mottiar. C.J. Panteiidis. 
Front Row: A.D. Teal. N.E. Pairaudeau. A. A. Newail, D.I. Rogers. M.G.W. Rose, D.A. Searles. A. Mazer. 




HoR 2nd Row: R.J. Windeler. B.K. Whalley. B. Woo, M.A. Van de Merwe. M.J. Wieland, K.S. Thompson, D.E. Zieba, G.D. Yeung. 
From Row: P.Y.J. Wang. J. Voo. J. P. Williams. A.C. Tzembelikos. R. Tsioros. A. Zachos, J. CM. Tsao. 
Absent: M.J. CImphrey. 



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L 10 R 3rd Row: AM. Bennett, v. b Dinnick. ML. Brown. S.R. Creber, JC. Clarke. R.G. Christie. J.C. Barton. 
2nd Row: B.A. Chan. M.L. Armstrong, CM. Armaly. B.O. Chin. M.S. Alexander. I.D. Cruickshank. 
Front Row: M.J. Baranowski. AC. Bridel. S.T. Bryk. CM. Blakely, A.H.G. Cowper. DA. Delia Penna. A.H-C. Chung. 
Absent: A. A. Burns 




Lto R 3rd Row: R.M. Duguid. G. Khan. R.J. Gill. M.D. Heil. M.E. Jones. EM Jackson. ME. Drolet, J.C. Graham. C.G. Emerson. 

2nd Row: C. Cattrall. M.J.V. Harrison, N.J. Ellis, B.D. Hudson. B.C. Gee, D.B. Hancock, R,Z Khan, A. A. Frost. T.R. Fuller, J.M. Herder. 

Front Row: R.A.C. innes, J. A. Hunt, J.L. Gordon, G.A. Innes, M.J. Hiscox, R.P. Katie, DA. Dupuis. 



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L lo R 3rd Row: S.P. McQuillan, R.A. Martin. J.M. Mills. G. Nassar. T. McMufiKh, S, Ciebei. IT. Mank. C.b Oliver. ^ . Khan. J.C.R. Paine. 
2nd Row: D.W. Nourse. T-K.T. Pak, G.S. Pearson, D.M. Peacock, M. Mimaki, K.B. Matheson, S. Manning, J.S. MacMillan, A.Y-T. Lee, R.D. 
Kopas, B.C. Leggett. 
From Row: T.F. Pepper, J.T. Palmer, L.C. Moodie, D.J. Mirkopoulos, M.C.P. Major. J.R. MacWilliam, J.W.W. Morris. K.K, Kwan 




Llo R 3rd Row: C. Wagon. T.L. Thorpe, D.N. Walker. S. Harpoon, M.S. Smith. E.E. Shaw. R.O. Savage, F.S. Prentice, T.K. Stuempel. 
2nd Row: S.A. Stewart, AD. Wharton, A.K. Stein. G.K. Poon, A.E. Ruhland, H. Syed. R.M. Walker. J.M. Rowan. 
Front Row: M. Yang, S.W.P. Sadlon, T.D. Ross, S.A. Rotstein, R. Hertz, J.M. Spoor. R.A. Rocha, R.A. Shillum. 
Absent: P.W. Randlesome, M.G.W. Rose, A.R.L.C. Tong. 



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the masters keep wondering just what they could mean. 

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stands for detention long and cruel 
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183 



Graduating Class 

The following lists the choice of university for the graduates before we went to press.. Many are the 
student's final selection, but some are not. 



Adanns, William 


McMaster 


Mason, David 


Queen's 


Atkins, Mark 


Western 


Matthews, Joshua 


Concordia 


Barton, Hugh 


G. of Pennsylvania 


McClocklin, William 


McMaster 


Boothby, Roderick 


Queen's 


McGlynn, Joseph 


Curry 


Boyington, Curtiss 


Queen's 


McPherson, Matthew 


Queen's 


Bradfield, David 


Laurier 


Meinzer, Robert 


York 


Bradshaw, Alexander 


Carleton 


Melim, Andrew 


Toronto 


Brooks, Damian 


RMC 


Millar, Stephen 


Western 


Bullen, Jason 


Western 


Mirkopoulos, Theodore 


Toronto 


Callender, Jason 


Western 


Monaghan, Renny 


Carleton 


Caiiender, Sean 


Kent 


Morgan, Jonathan 


Queen's 


Campbell, Vance 


Toronto 


Nazerali, Sean 


Queen's 


Cathcart, Steven 


Toronto 


O'Connor, Michael 


Queen's 


Cheung, Horace 


Toronto 


Pady, Ian 


Queen's 


Chung, Nelson 


Queen's 


Park, John 


Toronto 


Comfort, Timothy 


Carleton 


Permanand, Govin 


Western 


Devitt, Robert 


McMaster 


Plaxton, Derek 


McGill 


Dickson, Chuck 


Carleton 


Radeke, Dirk 


Waterloo 


Fleming, Sean 


Carleton 


Reed, David 


Western 


Foster, David 


College of Charleston 


Rocha, Gary 


Guelph 


Glusing, Mark 


UBC 


Ross, Michael 


Western 


Gundy, Harry 


GBC 


Sam, Anthony 


McGill 


Harrison, Brad 


McMaste 


Sheardown, Mark 


Western 


Hart, Jonathan 


Laurier 


Simon, Michael 


Western 


Hickey, Peter 


Western 


Somaroo, Naveen 


Carleton 


Hill, William 


Western 


Starkman, Marshall 


Toronto 


Ho, David 


Toronto 


Sterling, Craig 


Western 


Ibbotson Mark 


Waterloo 


Tawil, Mark 


Queen's 


Ip, Oscar 


Western 


Thwaites, Daniel 


Queen's 


Kalliecharan, Glen 


Toronto 


Timms, Stephen 


Queen's 


Kang, Ted 


McGill 


Tong, Adrian 


Toronto 


Kay, Ian 


Western 


Tullis, Christopher 


Carleton 


Kelly, Christopher 


Western 


Vanek, Morman 


Toronto 


Kurian, Sean 


York 


Vivas, Alejandro 


Columbia 


Ledson, Brian 


Carleton 


Vogel, Kurt 


Guelph 


Lessif, Jason 


Western 


Welder, Michael 


Queen's 


Long, Adam 


Queen's 


Wietzes, Kevin 


Georgian 


Lopez, Mark 


Western 


Williams, Corey 


Western 


Luks, Andrew 


Queen's 


Woo, Eric 


Toronto 


Mantrop, Christopher 


Queen's 


Worry, Kevin 


Queen's 


Marshall, Shane 


Kent 








DIRECTORY 



NAME 

Abbolt-Boast Tilchard James 

Adams William H 

Alexander 2 "Martin Shane 

Alexander 1 ^Mlchefi) Shawn 

Alexander 3 + Marc Stephen 

AJfrey 'Kurl Ronald 

Alvaro Sam Nick 

Andrews 'Douglas Alexander 

Afciszewskl 'Jonathan Mark 

Artianic Paul 

Armaly Christopher Michael 

Armstrong t Michael Leslie 

Amislrong 2 Scot! Leslie Konrad 

Arrll 4Davld John Alexander 

Arteaga-Panizo ^Jose Ignacio 

Asquilh Roberl Philip Anthony 

Atkins ""Mark Andrew Roy 

Au Pak To 4Patrlck 

Aylsworlh *Jeffery Allen 

Bansa Patrice B 

BaranowskI 'Michael Jeuon 

Barron -KJames Alex William 

Barton 1 Hugh John 

Barton 2 James Christopher 

Basu Abhijeet -K3eorge 

Baun -KJason Cameron 

Bedard 'Charles Lawrence Conde 

Bennett Andrew Malcolm 

Best 1 Allan Raymond 

Best 2 + Martin Thomas 

BJerkhamn BJorn ^Johan 

Black -fMlchael David 

Blakely Christopher M 

Bleler *lan Clark 

Boolhby 1 Roderick D 

Boothby 2 '^Alexander Kenneth 

Boyer +Mlchael Sean 

Boylngton Curtiss Reld 

Bradfleld David PepaJl 

Bradshaw Alexander H 

Brannon +Thoma5 Allan 

Brennagh 'Geoffrey Peter Charles 

Brett 'Shane Michael 

Brldel 'Andrew Colin 

Brooks 2 'Thomas James Gary 

Brooks 1 ^ Damlan Craig 

Brown 1 + Matthew Lome 

Brown 3 -f James Michael 

Browne 2 Peter + Geoffrey 

Bryk '^cott Theodore 

Bulas "Andrew Paul 

Sullen -Kiason Kenneth 

Burgess John lOavId 

Burt David Adam 

Buzek 'Torin Michael 

Byrnes 'Christopher Thomas 

Bylzek Tyson 

Callender 1 Jason Cotln 

Callender 2 'Sean Bradley 

Campbell '^ Vance Theodore 

Caputo 'Michael 

Carpenter 'Simon 

Cathcart +Sleven Michael 

Cattrall Christopher 



ADDRESS 



BIRTH 



PHONE 



200 StrslhaJlah Boulevard 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5N 1T1 


710429 


4167879822 


87 Fred Cook Drivo, Sll» #-18 


Bradford 


Ontario 


LOG too 


710128 


4167752442 


42 Cook Ortv», R R * 2 


Box 709 Kettleby 


Ontario 


LOG tJO 


741001 


4187380170 


42 Cook Drive, R R #2 


Box 709, Kettleby 


Onta/lo 


LOG tJO 


701112 


4169392554 


42 Cook Drive, R R #2 


Kettleby 


Ontario 


LOG 1J0 


730119 


4169392554 


R R # 3 


King 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


77a-VM 


4167279110 


1B9 GoK Avenue 


Woodbrldgo 


Ontario 


L4L 3R4 


721013 


4168S13607 


25 Welllnglon Street East 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 1H4 


730319 


4168413860 


R R / 1 


New Hamburg 


Ontajlo 


NOB 2G0 


740918 


5196258427 


43 Ljiwrence Crescent 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4N 1N3 


731004 


Mo 4838127 


P O Box N 10828 


Nassau 


Bahamas 




710623 


8093231195 


35 Grenadier Heights 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M6S 2W5 


711213 


4187622068 


348 Hutchcroft Court 


Newmartet 


Ontario 


L3X 1H8 


731023 


416S,"VT3733 


St Andrew's College 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3H7 


751018 


4168417237 


P Box 164 


Callao 


Peru 


South Am. 


731019 


354347 


632 Brush Grove 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


731227 


41677.15663 


93 Drahefleld Road 


Ma/kham 


Ontario 


L3P 1G9 


700107 


4162942228 


245 Olive Avenue 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2N 4P5 


740714 


4ireV27551 


R R / 3, 


London 


Ontario 


NBA 4B7 


730526 


5186579570 


4 Erinbrook Court 


Islington 


Ontario 


MBA 4R8 


711012 


4162334S46 


87 Teddlnglon Part Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


MW 2C5 


710319 


4164881878 


35 Steeplechase Dr. RR #2 


Box 110 Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


760602 


4168418258 


43 Valhalla Place 


Sault Ste Maile 


Ontario 


P6A 5Y9 


700701 


7057598951 


43 VaJhalla Place 


Sault Ste Ma/le 


Ontario 


PeA 5Y9 


711210 


7057598951 


159 WIndfleld Road 


Reglna 


Saskatchewan 


S4V 0E9 


721219 


3067890118 


R R # 2 


Claremont 


Ontario 


LOH lEO 


74nA,V) 


4166492172 


3550 Jeanne Mance, Apt 1810 


Montreal 


Quebec 


H2X 3P7 


731129 


5148422679 


52 Douglas Drive 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 2B3 


710420 


4189293903 


34 SImcoe Road R R / 1 


Kenleby 


Ontario 


LOG IJO 


721128 


4169398111 


34 SImcoe Road R R # 1 


Kettleby 


Ontario 


LOG IJO 


760425 


4169398111 


Utile Batlall/B 


St. Peter 


Barbados 


W. 1. 


700607 


422-4157 


e Country Estates Drive 


Unlonvllle 


Ontario 


L3R 2L6 


720406 


4168875040 


94 Blnscarth Road 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 1Y4 


710417 


4169675613 


41 Fourv^nds Road 


London 


Ontario 


N6K 3L1 


730427 


5196577155 


88 Autumn Way 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 4P7 


700411 


4167279377 


88 Autumn Way 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 4P7 


740130 


4167279377 


30 Lanewood Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 4C8 


740313 


4167270942 


16 ," nch Crescent 


Holland Landing 


Ontario 


LOG IHO 


701011 


4168365545 


22. Fjrest Hill Road 


Toronto 


Ontario 


MSP 2N5 


700715 


4164891959 


28 Rachel Street 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 1M5 


700610 


4169285900 


92 Kenparit Avenue 


Brampton 


Ontario 


L6Z 3K4 


751011 


4168467500 


108 Jennifer Crescent 


Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG IVO 


750308 


4164782176 


86 The KJngsway 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M8X 2T7 


730420 


4162336850 


215 Cortleigh Blvd 


Toronto 


Ontario 


MSN 1P8 


710811 


4164860849 


4 Ken Court 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


740715 


4168333214 


9 Lougheed Court 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 5K9 


700926 


4167277941 


34 Dunvegan Road 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4V 2P6 


700702 


4169604773 


338 Buckingham Road 


Nevirmajket 


Ontario 


L3Y 6K5 


740530 


4168955615 


49 Steeplechase Avenue 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3Q8 


720313 


4167278078 


12 Munro Street 


Palgrave 


Ontario 


LON IPO 


710310 


4168804686 


197 West Street North 


Orlllla 


Ontario 


L3V 5C7 


721124 


7053256094 


R R *2 


Bradford 


Ontario 


L3Z 2A5 


710722 


41677iVW03 


R R # 1 


Loretto 


Ontario 


LOG 1L0 


750420 


4189362774 


8 Regis Drive 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2M 3J5 


730502 


4167301733 


60 Tulela Heights 


Brentford 


Ontario 


N3T 1A1 


731204 


5197506855 


91 Femstaff Court, Unit 5 


Concord 


Ontario 


L4K 3LB 


750109 


4162236007 


RR *1 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


720930 


4167274300 


P BOX N7776 


Nassau 


Bahamas 




700118 


8093241324 


P Box N7117 


Nassau 


Bahamas 




701106 


8093276082 


51 Russell Heights 


Kingston 8 


Jamaica 


W. 1. 


690930 


8099254785 


31 Forest Circle Court 


Woodbrldge 


Ontario 


L4L 1J4 


730620 


4168515650 


21 Hawthorn Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 2Z1 


731207 


4169260486 


flO l.ascelles Boulevafd 


Toronto 


Ontario 


MSP 2E4 


700128 


4164829619 


B R * 2 


Wna Citv 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


720714 


4168330946 



185 



186 



Corlcola Anthony Jr. 

Chambers +Oougla9 Kenneth 

Chan 1 Brian Andrew 

Chan 2 *Jimmy Kwonk Wah 

Chan 3 "Jacky Kwong Ylu 

Chan 4 + Keith Wal-Hong 

Cheung 1 ^Horace Hon-Shing 

Cheung 2 Gene 

Cheung 3 + Ian YatShIng 

Chin 1 Bruce O 

Chin 2 Richard Julian 

Chlsholm *Malthew Hammes 

Chow 'Tony Wing Keung 

Christie Roderick Gordon 

Chun^ 1 ^ Nelson How-Shun 

Chung 2 ^Alan How-Chuen 

Clarke 1 + John Charles 

ClarKe 2 "^ Peter Campt>ell 

Cotllngwood 1 John "Andrew Ross 

Colllngwood 2 -fNlcholas Maurice 

Comfort *Tlmolhy Andrew 

Corman -tSlmon Andrew 

CosentinI 'Robert 

Cowper AllsIaJr H G 

Cretwr Steven Ross 

Crulckshank Ian Donald 

Dadson Joseph Emmanuel -f^Jed) 

Davidson 1 K Scott A 

Davidson 2 + Ian Malcolm 

DeA ngells * Michael 

Delia Penna 'Oanlele Alfredo 

Demoslhenous -tArls 

Dennis James William 

Deudney -(Cordon Laurence 

Devlta Adam James EMwood 

Devitt Robert W 

Dl Gianni + Louie 

Dickson 'Charlton (Chuck) Bruce 

DInnick Wilfrid S 

Drolet +Michael Erilng 

Dupuis ^avid Alexander 

Edwards Kevan Connor 

Elsen *Aaron Micheal 

Ellis 1 Neil James 

Ellis 2 '^ Bruce Carrlngton 

Emerson Charles Gordon 

Erwln Eric '^urke 

Essaye -tPatrIck Leon 

Etherlngton 1 'Mark Kelly 

Etherlngton 2 +Paul Simon 

Farr 1 ■^ Thomas (Tom) John 

Fair 2 + Anthony Michael 

Fell Geoffrey Allan 

Fleming Sean F B 

Foster Davfd Jamee 

Fraser 1 + Richard Michael Paul 

Fraser 2 James + Matthew MacLeod 

Friesen 'Jhad Joseph 

Frost "^Ailan Alexander 

Fu Ka-MIn 4Tom 

Fuller Trevor Ryerson 

Gee -(Bradley Grant 

Georgeklsh -(Joseph James 

Gill -fflichard John 



R R # 2 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 4V9 


710717 


4168364449 


7 Brlafwood Read 


Unlonvllle 


Onla/lo 


L3R 2W7 


740907 


4164772874 


42 Sea Island Palh 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T 3A4 


710218 


4167317445 


27 Orchid Court 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2L 2X8 


731007 


4164466960 


27 Orchid Court 


Willowrdale 


Ontario 


M2L 2X8 


750308 


4164466900 


1177 Yonge Siroet 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4T 2Y4 


760309 


5-8814145 


98 Buchanan Drive 


Ma/kham 


Onla;lo 


L3R 9N8 


701112 


4164749418 


98 Buchanan Dr^e 


Ma/kham 


Ontario 


L3R 9N8 


721010 


4184749416 


98 Buchanan Drive 


Ma/kham 


Ontario 


L3R 9N8 


760808 


4164749416 


RR#4, Klngcross Drive 


King City 


Onta/lo 


LOG 1K0 


710222 


41RAai6e25 


11 Daffodil Avenue 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T 1N2 


720616 


4167279222 


R R #3 


Wng 


Ontario 


LOG 1KD 


730810 


4167270001 


79 DanJohn Crescent 


Sea/ borough 


Ontario 


M1V 3N2 


730904 


4162911981 


5t Number Valley Crescenl, 


Box 2413, King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


710302 


4168330254 


35 Ma/celllne Crescent 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2K 2V6 


710322 


4162255120 


35 Maicelllne Crescent 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2K 2Ve 


720513 


4162255120 


Casvllle Navy Gardens 


Christ Church 


Barbados 


W. 1. 


720108 


8094277338 


39 KJngsway Crescent 


Eloblcoke 


Ontario 


M8X 2R5 


740413 


4162396625 


138 Walorford Bridge Road 


St John's 


NHd 


A1E tC9 


721007 


7097390712 


138 Watertotd Bridge Road 


SI John's 


Nfld 


A1E 1C9 


731014 


7097390712 


RR # 2 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 3G8 


701126 


4168535607 


40 Gllbank Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 5G5 


721202 


4167277989 


37 Banner Lane, Box 864 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1KD 


720911 


416R.TO712 


51 Victoria Drive 


Victoria Gardens 


Trinidad 


W. 1. 


710207 


6373716 


8 Kltlrldge Court 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 7A7 


710209 


4168842860 


RR # t 


Gormley 


Ontario 


LOH 1G0 


710728 


4168881724 


7 Ha/rowsmith Place 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4E 2E1 


771018 


4167734979 


30 Winchester Lane 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 6Y7 


720513 


4167316740 


R R * 1 


Caledon East 


Ontario 


LON 1E0 


720909 


4165842634 


3 Meadow Heights Court 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L4J 1V5 


731124 


4168815730 


R R # 1 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1KD 


711010 


4187736488 


237 Plymouth Trail 


Newmari<et 


Ontario 


L3Y eG8 


740508 


4168957488 


P O Box #838, Station B 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2K 2P9 


730525 


4167339456 


Box 1103 


Uxbrldge 


Ontario 


LOC 1KD 


740118 


4168527364 


50 Eltlndale Crescent 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2J IBS 


730731 


4167564185 


5 Meadow Height Court 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L4J 1V5 


691031 


4168894538 


32 Pennycross Court 


Woodbrldge 


Ontario 


L4L 3Ma 


780913 


4168515933 


22 Mariow Place 


Bramplon 


Ontario 


L6S 2X3 


701125 


4167910a'V1 


29 Cortleigh Bouleva/d 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4R 1K5 


700914 


416486flaV) 


125 Ftoxtorough Drtve 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5W 1X5 


710409 


4169224408 


208 Sherwood Court 


OshawB 


Ontario 


L1G eR8 


710407 


4164361330 


51 1 4th Street 'A' West 


Owen Sound 


Ontario 


N4K eA4 


730813 


5193719818 


70 Langley Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4K 1B5 


731019 


4164691851 


Box 696 


Gormley 


Ontario 


LOH 1G0 


721219 


4167379488 


Box 696 


Gormley 


Ontario 


LOH 1G0 


741122 


4167379488 


R R * 3 


Tottenham 


Ontario 


LOG 1W0 


701014 


4187293772 


20 Kelly Crescent, Box 428 


Bolton 


Ontario 


LOP 1A0 


731231 


4168800M4 


31 Janus Court 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2H 1S3 


740430 


4164917558 


Blue Ridge, R R /3 


King 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


740217 


4167731333 


Blue Ridge, R R # 3 


King 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


770808 


4187731333 


Box 393 


Noblelon 


Ontario 


LOG 1N0 


730522 


4168594645 


Box 393 


Noblelon 


Ontario 


LOG 1N0 


760405 


4166594645 


52 Parte Lane Circle 


Don Mills 


Ontario 


M3C 2N2 


681128 


4164456575 


214 Umberbank Boulevard 


Aglncourt 


Ontario 


M1W 2A3 


700715 


4162931275 


RR #1 


Schomberg 


Ontario 


LOG 1T0 


701012 


4169392913 


8 Salem Avenue 


Kingston 8 


Jamaica 


W. 1. 


730717 


8099242833 


30 Ellerbeck Siroet 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4K 2V1 


731027 


4164690449 


103 • 1425 Bayvlew Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4G 3A9 


740902 


4164854812 


47 Chartwell Road 


OaKvllle 


Ontario 


L6J 3Z3 


710423 


4168422155 


54 Mongkok Road t4/F 8 


Kowloon 


Hong Kong 




740223 


929898 


10 Thorn Lane 


North York 


Ontario 


M3C 2Z9 


710227 


4164455040 


p o Box F2910 


Freeport 


Bahamas 




711008 


8093738994 


15 Bush Street 


Wemlnd)l 


Quebec 


JOM 1L0 


740911 


8199780289 


AShbury Farms 


St. George 


Bart>ados 


W, i. 


710729 


8094331289 



Glllam 2 Alexander + Gregor 

Ginou 1 Jonathan Arthur 

GInou 2 *Joshua Arthur 

Glave 'Charles Edward 

Glusing *Mark Klaus 

Goetze -tA lexander 

Goldsack ^Gregory MacDonaJd 

Gordon Johnalhon -fLuk« 

Graham 1 ^Jamos (Jamie) Cha:1es 

Graham 2 + Bradley Slewarl 

Gregory -tWark Louli 

Gundy 1 P Harry T 

Gundy 2 William + B«nson 

GuBtafason * Christopher 

Haddad -fNlcolas Andres 

Hancock David Barclay 

Harada +Graham Klyojl 

Harrison t Bradley J 

Ha/rlson 2 ^Matthew J V 

Harrison 3 + Andrew Jeffrey Vincent 

Ha/I Jonathan R 

Herder James Milley 

Heron -^Stephen James 

HIckey l^eter Grant 

Hill 'William 

HIscox Michael J 

Ho Kal Shing David 

Hobbs 1 ^Robert Brandon 

Hobbs 2 'Jeffrey Sadler 

Hockin +Thomas Edward Pallesen 

Holliday 'Jeffrey Grant 

Hooper 1 Gordon "^Marcus John 

Hooper 2 Karl "Brendan Joseph 

Horlon +Tlmothy Andrew 

Hudson Brian 4David 

Hunt '\Jeffery Allan 

Hunter +Wark Regan 

Hyman 'Victor Malr 

Ibbotson 'Mark Edward 

Inglls Jamie Ronald Coldham 

Innami 'Ken 

Innes 1 Grant A 

Innes 2 Robert Andrew C 

Ip Felix -fOscar 

Istilart -t^aymundo 

Ivankovlc 4l.eonard 

Jackson trie Mitchell 

Jaeger 'Marcus Peter 

Jeffrey 'Tfugo Nicholas I J B 

Johnston +MareK Alexander 

Jones '"Warco Edward 

Kalllecharan -KSIen Allan 

Kang 'Tae Soo (Teddy) 

Katie 'Robert Peter 

Kawal Tatsuya 'Andrew 

Kay W Ian C 

Kea 'Jonathan Kal Hung 

Keller 4Douglas Edward 

Kelly Christopher Paul 

Kerr Terrance Michael 

Keto 'Robert Edward 

Khan 1 Rashid Zarin 

(Cian 2 '^GeraJnt 

Khan 3 '^Tarek 



45 Valenllne Drtve 


Don Mills 


Ontario 


M3A 3J7 


760818 


4164442970 


123 Fern VeUHy Cr Psil Stn B 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4E 208 


730730 


4167735805 


123 Fern VaJley Cr Psil Sin B 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4E 208 


750924 


4167735805 


110 Yonge SIcMl Soulh 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 1M2 


710105 


4167272428 


■Water HMard'. 7 Fairways Rd 


Wa/wick WK04 


Bermuda 




700925 


8092981343 


181 Weldon Avanuo 


Oakville 


Ontario 


L6V 2H9 


710726 


4168423272 


679 Merten Sireel 


Toronto 


Onta/lo 


M4S 1B8 


730n07 


4164851832 


243 Oral Drive Bo» 1660 


Bradford 


Ontario 


L3Z 1B8 


721102 


4167752890 


Big Bay Polnl Road R R # 4 


Bairie 


Onla/lo 


L4M 4S8 


710321 


7054363652 


R R * 4. Big Bay Polnl Road 


Bairle 


Ontario 


L4M 4S6 


730502 


7054363852 


1204 Clarkson Road 


Mlsslssauga 


Ontario 


L5J 2W2 


740831 


4168233038 


130 South Drive 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 1R8 


710629 


4165981938 


130 Soulh Drive 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 1R8 


741217 


4168237357 


331 1 Kingston Road #1404 


Sea/borough 


Ontario 


M1M 1R1 


731223 


4162675142 


Bosque da Robles 72 


Bosques do las Lomas 


Mexico Cly 


11700 


750410 


586-75-14 


General Delivery 


Ketlleby 


Ontario 


LOG IJO 


720419 


4167815053 


129 4th Street West 


Oven Sound 


Ontario 


N4K 3J8 


741001 


5193713863 


R R #1 Valley Trail 


Newm artel 


Ontario 


L3Y 4V8 


710706 


4168985839 


87 Bumhajn Courl 


Fredericton 


N.B. 


E3B 5T8 


710925 


5064587888 


87 Bumham Courl 


Frederidon 


N.B. 


E3B 5T8 


730914 


5064597888 


45 Cheltenham Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4N 1P6 


700120 


4164881430 


198 Glengrove Avenue West 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4R 1P3 


71()H(CT 


4184841682 


R R # 3 


Mansfield 


Ontario 


LON IMO 


740822 


5199255431 


373 Lodor Street 


Ancaster 


Onta;lo 


L9G 225 


700730 


4166483562 


R R # 2 


Roc (wood 


Ontario 


NOB 2K0 


701107 


519S564253 


4 Haiold Street 


Brampton 


Onta/lo 


L6Y 1C7 


710325 


4164538363 


14 Soa/es Avenue. 5th Floor 


Kowtoon 


Hong Kong 




691118 


37141324 


130 Whileacres Drive 


London 


Ontario 


NSG 4A4 


721130 


5196570759 


1206 Ceda/grove Drive 


North Bay 


Ontario 


PIB 4R9 


730805 


705474f>R,34 


549 Ridout SI N. Apt. 1004 


London 


Ontario 


N6A 5N5 


740513 


5106455911 


R R # 4 Box 680 


Durham 


Ontario 


NOG IRO 


730908 


5193692215 


905-7 Bishop Avenue 


Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2M 4J4 


731103 


416292a\5ft 


905-7 Bishop Avenue 


Willowdaie 


Ontario 


M2M 4J4 


7Sn3?0 


4162920358 


61 Rrverslde Boulevard 


Thornhill 


Ontario 


L4J 1H8 


750409 


4168867106 


36 Regency Courl 


Bradford 


Ontario 


L3Z 2R3 


710414 


4187756769 


P Box N-7778 


Lytord Cay 


Bahamas 




711122 


8093264635 


34 Royal Oak Drive 


Benlt 


Ontario 


L4M 4Se 


721016 


7057218384 


12 Brickslone Circle 


Thornhill 


Ontario 


L4J 4M6 


751125 


4166696830 


26 Devlin Place 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3Y8 


700SO2 


4167278431 


112 John Bowser Road 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 7P1 


730302 


4168962129 


PO Box 1659, 4 Viel Street 


Penetang 


Ontario 


LOK IPO 


731214 


7055498885 


R R # 4 


Stouftville 


Ontario 


LOH 1L0 


710506 


4168881263 


12 Bayvlew Wood 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4N 1R7 


710508 


4164848875 


153 Regent Street 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 802 


720608 


4168835788 


MIchelel 76 


Mexico City 11590 


Mexico 




750412 


545-38-26 


20 Mayna/d Avenue. Apt 101A 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M6K 2Z9 


740511 


4ia'i,-VM702 


R R # 1 


Mount Albert 


Ontario 


LOG IMO 


720624 


4164733130 


1513 Hunters Chase, Apt. 1C 


Westlake 


Ohio 


44145 


740907 


2188712982 


183 SImcoe Avenue 


Keswick 


Ontario 


L4P 2H6 


720614 


4167228695 


31 Benson Avenue 


Kingston 8 


Jamaica 


W. 1. 


730109 


825-9430 


R R # 2 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


720126 


4167271225 


17 Freeling Street 


San Fernando 


Trinidad 


W. 1. 


710717 


8096522231 


303 Dawllsh Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4N 1J8 


700304 


4163225238 


06 Kenparit Avenue 


Brampton 


Ontario 


L6Z 2G1 


700930 


4168460816 


199 Raymen/llle Drive 


Markham 


Ontario 


L3P 6S8 


730622 


4ie471£095 


R R # 4 


Slouffville 


Ontario 


L4A 7X5 


700830 


4166403442 


25 Mariborough Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5R 1X5 


74aTO« 


4169608727 


21 Grant Court 


Queensville 


Ontario 


LOG IRO 


770302 


4164782138 


R R # 2 


Clartoburg 


Ontario 


NOH IJO 


700610 


5105896888 


150 Heath Street West, PH #1, 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4V 2Y4 


740R25 


4164838500 


R R #1 14 Woodland Crescent 


Banie 


Ontario 


L4M 4Y8 


740929 


70572«,53S5 


846 3rd Avenue West 


Owen Sound 


Ontario 


N4K 4P5 


710703 


5183710187 


846 3rd Avenue West 


Ow9n Sound 


Ontario 


N4K 4P5 


720803 


5193710187 


746 3rd Avenue West 


Owen Sound 


Ontario 


N4K 4P5 


720803 


5193710187 



187 



188 



Kim 2 •Richard 
Wm 1 *Dav1d James 
Kingston *Mlcha«l Sandfofd 
Kopas Ronald Derek 
Kurlan Shawn Joseph 
Kwan 0<elwin Kar-way 
LaMarche '"Jason- Pierre 
Lamb ^Michael John Joseph 
Lang "Angus Sean Joshua 
LeCuyer 'Matthew 
Ledson Brian William 
Lee 1 ^Andrew Yan-Tak 
Lee 2 Kwok Leung + Eric 
Leggett BlaJr Cfimpbell 
Lessif 1 + Jason John 
Lessif 2 'Jeffrey Joseph 
Leung -tKelth 
Lewis -tJeffrey Llewelyn 
Lin *Vlctor 

Lo 1 +RonaJd Chun Cheong 
Lo 2 + Benjamin Ken 
Loglotatos Atexandros +Alex 
Long 1 'Adam 
Long 2 + William John 
Lopez 1 'Mark Fabian 
Lopez 2 + Bruce Fabian 
Luks Gerald Eric Andrew 
Luxemburger 1 +Thomas 
Luxemburger 2 + Robert James 
Maby +Mark Christopher 
MacMlllan John S 
MacWIIIIam Jay R 
Mahaffy 'Scoll William 
Major '^ark Courtney P 
Mank Todd Tremain 
Manning 1 Shane 
Manning 2 'Rory Patrick 
Mantrop 1 P Christopher 
Mantrop 2 "Robert (Rob) Michael 
MarBhalt 1 + Shane Anthony 
Marshall 2 '^lan William 
Martin 1 + Roberl Andrew 
Martin 2 ^ Scott James George 
Mason David Alexander 
Math 'Zachary Benjamin 
Matheson 2 'Craig Michael 
Matheson 1 Kent B 
Matthews Joshua Balfour 
McCiocktin William R T 
McConnell Matthew John 
McFleld-Pertey ^aaron Alan 
McGlynn 'Joseph Charles (Joe) 
McGrath -tSean Kevin 
McKague 'Brian Charles 
McLachlan 'Michael Kenneth 
McMurrich Thomas 
McNaIr -fOarren James 
McNally Robert +Ryan 
Mcpherson 1 Matthew A 
Mcpherson 2 Kenneth BlaJr 
McQuillan Sean Patrick 
McQuIre Nicholas George 
Meinzer Robert Emil 
Mellm John '"Andrew 



80 Poplar Helghll Drive 


Islington 


Ontario 


M9A 4Z4 


730926 


4182350798 


B Bfanlslde Court 


Weston 


Ontario 


M9P 2XS 


730804 


4162462437 


Hotel FranglpanI 


Bequla /St. Vincent's* Ihe 


Grenadines 




760203 


80945R3255 


59 Douglas Drive 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 282 


710717 


4169202268 


191A York Mills Road 


Wlllowdale 


Ontario 


M2L IKfl 


691119 


4164450687 


28 Bellevlew Drive S/F 


Repulse Bay 


Hong Kong 




711021 


68120965 


North Ridge Faim, RR*3 


King 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


740424 


4167270002 


Box 545 


King Clly 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


730219 


4168336882 


28A Hampstead Grove 


Hampstead, London 


England 


NW3 6SP 


730725 


019301200 


228 Millard Avenue 


Newma/ket 


Ontario 


L3Y 122 


740314 


4188951711 


R R #4 


Caledon East 


Ontario 


LON lEO 


70nW)fl 


4169842166 


R R # 1 


Kettleby 


Ontario 


LOG 1J0 


720801 


4187278747 


1 1 Hairowsmlth Place 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4E 2K1 


721231 


4187737940 


36 Broadmoor Avenue 


Barrle 


Ontario 


L4N 3M9 


710803 


7057282015 


S Forest Glenn Court 


Tlllsonburg 


Ontario 


N4G 4Ye 


701121 


6198426047 


5 Forest Glenn Court 


Tlllsonburg 


Ontario 


N4G 4Ye 


730712 


5198426047 


2573 SI ClaJr Avenue East 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4B 1M2 


740322 


4187513180 


25 Kennedy Street West 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 2L5 


760514 


4167271085 


4D HilMew Aprt, 48 Kadoorio Av. 


Kowtoon 


Hong Hong 




720519 


3-7119161 


Flat 7A Victoria Heights 


43A Slubbs Road 


Hong Kong 




720624 


5-723187 


22 Edinburgh Drtve 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4B 1W3 


750614 


4167643120 


19 Canadlana Drive 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T 2Y7 


731217 


4187310328 


11444 Yonge Siroot 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 4X7 


710808 


4187374964 


83 LaKevlew Road 


Elliot Uke 


Ontario 


P5A 2H9 


740224 


7058487883 


10 Par Drive 


Kingston 8 


Jamaica 


W. 1. 


891127 


92441467 


10 Par Drive 


Kingston 8 


Jamaica 




730924 


8099241487 


88 Briai Hill Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4H 1H9 


700327 


4184856908 


1153 Druery Court 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 4W1 


740925 


4168533734 


1153 Druery Court 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 4W1 


780623 


4168533734 


Boundary Lodge, Slade Oak Lane 


Denham, Jerrards Cross 


Bucks, Eng 


SL90QE 


730327 




7 Hunters Glen Rd R R # 2 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 3G8 


710412 


4187279647 


57 Cousins Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 1B7 


710612 


4187272250 


7 Beaufort Road 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4E 1M8 


721008 


4166945650 


P Box F 1880 


Freeport , Grand Bahamas 




Bahamas 


711125 


8093731660 


30 Steeplechase Avenue 


R R 2 Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


710923 


4167732541 


R R # 1 


Inglewood 


Ontario 


LON IKO 


7104nn 


416H3ft3131 


R R # 1 


Inglewood 


Ontario 


LON IKO 


740129 


41S8383131 


685 Mulock Drive 


Newma/ket 


Ontario 


L3Y 4W1 


701006 


416898a«i00 


665 Mulock Drive 


Newrmaritet 


Ontario 


L3Y 4W1 


740419 


4168986500 


11A Rldgewood Towers 


Diego Martin 


Trinidad 


W. 1. 


701227 


637757B 


25 Woodland Glen Drive 


Guelph 


Ontario 


NIG 3N2 


730507 


5198364089 


25 Knighlswood Road 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4N 2H2 


710405 


4164861982 


Box 580 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1KD 


721004 


4168336383 


265 Chartwell Road 


Oakvllle 


Onlario 


LBJ 3Z7 


700615 


4168441967 


25 Wlllowbank Boulevard 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4R 1B7 


750902 


4164812313 


44 East Beaver Creek Rd /18 


Richmond Hill 


Onlario 


L4B 1G8 


741031 


4167736130 


44 East Beaver Creek Rd Unit 16 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4B 1G8 


711201 


4167736130 


Box 73, 406 Main Sireot 


WolMlle 


Nova Scotia 


BOP 1X0 


700927 


9025429632 


Box 106, 59 Steeplechase Av. 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


700608 


4167736478 


% Sunrise Market & Dell 


P Box 1411, Coeburn 


Virginia 


24230 


740226 


7033956309 


P O Box 880 


Grand Cayman 


Cayman 


Islands 


750815 


8099495699 


21 West 568 Park Avenue 


Lombard Post Office 


Illinois 


USA 60148 


700102 


3126206720 


Tafly Hollow R R # 2 


King 


Onlario 


LOG IKD 


740218 


4168335974 


R R # 4 


Slouffvllle 


Ontario 


LCH 1L0 


740628 


4188881728 


40 Wavarley Drive 


Guelph 


Onlario 


N1E 6C8 


730527 


51982106aT 


237 RosedaJe Hts Drive 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4T 1C7 


710727 


4164858269 


38 Valloyvlew Court 


KJelnburg 


Ontario 


LOJ ICO 


751213 


4168931065 


20 Hawthorne Lane 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3K7 


741012 


4187276786 


100 Kennedy Street West 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 2L7 


700729 


4167278265 


Tanglewood Farms, R R #2 


Acton 


Ontario 


L7J 2LB 


720511 


5198339929 


1 7 Sylvan Valleyway 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5M 4M4 


710114 


4167828875 


2 Manning Crescent 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 6H4 


740223 


4168984018 


R R * 1 


Schomberg 


Onlario 


LOG ITO 


700706 


4168594598 


7,420 Bathutst St(eet,Apl 902 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L4J 8X4 


700609 


4187848388 



Melnyk HHoman Alexander 
Menlove -tJames Frederick 
Mertena *Kevln Peter 
Metcalfe t '^ Andrew Cha/les 
Metcalfe 2 ^Jeffrey Scott 
MIcallzzI Bernard Patrick 
Michael 1 Ian Charles 
Michael 2 *Davld Craig 
MIkol 'Srahm 
Millar ^Stephen Moore 
Mills J Michael 
Mllroy 'Carl Robert 
MImakI *Manabu 
MIfkopoulos 1 Theodore Ted 
Mlrkopoulos 2 Dlmltrios Jim 
MItchele Christopher E G 
MIyaka Shinsuke 
Mollard 'T'eter James 
Monaghan Renny D 
Montellh -t€ric Wallers 
Montgomery •Darcy Jofin 
Moodie Leslie -fClay 
Moreno -tJuan Gabriel 
Morgan 1 Jonathan Andrew 
Morgan 2 +Jemies Edward 
Morgan 3 + Michael John 
Morris * John Wallace William 
Morrlssey Timothy Fergus 
Mottiar '~Shlraz Alexander 
Mulcock -tJayson Joseph 
Nassar "George 
Nazer *AII 
Nazerali Sean M 
Nelles Daniel Davis 
Newall Ashley Adrlein 
Ng -tKenneth Ka-Cheong 
Nichols -fJames Anthony 
Nourse 4Davld Wilcox 
O'Connor Michael Hardy 
O'Nell -(Andrew Murray 
Oliver "Cory Sutherland 
Osborne 4Robert James 
Pady Ian 

Page -fAuslIn Duncan 
Palne Jonathan C R 
Palraudeau Nicholas Emlle 
Pak Tln-Kel Timothy 
Palmer -tJason Thomas 
Pantelldis Christopher James 
Park JohnJung-JIn 
ParsI *Pedfam 
Patterson +Tom Edwin 
Peacock HDavId Michael 
Pearson Gregory Scott 
Pepper 1 Todd F 
Pepper 2 ''Scott John Bertram 
Permanand Govln 
Perojzza Uoyd Anthony 
Plaxton ''Derek Gordon 
Poon 1 +Gary Kayan 
Poon 2 +Albert Chee Kin 
Powers Courtney Fowler 
Prentice Fergus S 
Radeke Olrk H 



230 Hlblicul Court 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 


5KB 


740316 


4168882516 


163 HIMcrssI Drtve 


Newma/kel 


Ontario 


L3Y 


4V8 


740411 


4168537370 


962 WllArood Drive 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 


2B5 


740306 


4168953305 


88 Kennedy SI West 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


2L7 


720825 


4167270870 


88 Kennedy St Wesi 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 


2L7 


730821 


4167270870 


299 Burns Boulevaid 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 


1KD 


740829 


4168332048 


Fairway Flood, R R # 4 


Ba/rle 


Ontario 


L4M 


4Se 


730716 


7057224722 


Fairway Road R R * 4 


Bajrie 


Ontario 


L4M 


488 


750712 


7057224722 


P BOK 304 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 


4Ya 


721116 


4167731282 


Crandeld R R # 2 


Shanty Bay 


Ontario 


LOL 


2L0 


700603 


7057224764 


201 KJngscross Drive 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 


1KD 


710127 


4168338141 


R R « 4 


Stouftvlllo 


Ontario 


L4A 


7X5 


740427 


4166404308 


10-32-3 Yachlyodal-nlshI 


Yachlyo-shI / Chlba 


Japan 


276 




700527 


474834837 


IB Old Park Lane 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4B 


2L8 


710605 


4168849518 


19 Old Parti Lane 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4B 


2L8 


720802 


4168849518 


2 Highland Court 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


2T1 


720926 


4167276641 


227 John Bovraer Crescent 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 


7N7 


7,TnRnfl 


41689^55,11 


45 Steeplechase Avenue, R R #2 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


3G8 


741110 


4167735439 


30 Simmons Street R R #3 


Woodbrldge 


Ontario 


L4L 


1A7 


710129 


4168593899 


1 36 JennHer Crescent 


Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG 


1V0 


750707 


4164784472 


1 20 Arden Avenue 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


UY 


4H6 


731011 


4168954650 


1 Earis Court 


Kingston 8 


Jamaica 






701207 


8099241588 


Benito Perez Galdos, 205-1002 


Col. Polanco 


Mexico D.F 


. 11510 


74101B 


BO55401748 


28 Teddington Park Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4N 


2C3 


691208 


4164880961 


4 St John Drtve 


Hawthorn Woods 


Illinois 


USA 


60047 


730731 


3125406331 


325 Lake Street 


Ttiessalon 


Ontario 


POR 


1L0 


751006 


7058422648 


90 Calais Street 


Whitby 


Ontario 


LIN 


5M2 


710313 


4166661888 


84 Balson Drtve 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


3Rt 


741024 


4167271622 


630 Perth Street 


Fergus 


Ontario 


NIM 


2S9 


720620 


5198431990 


2186 Stanneld Road 


MIsslssauga 


Ontario 


L4Y 


1R5 


740829 


4162794196 


P Box 8 


Napanee 


Ontario 


K7R 


3L4 


720708 


6133549916 


5 Walslngham Court 


Unlonvllle 


Ontario 


L3R 


2Le 


730420 


4168871597 


R R # 4 


Barrle 


Ontario 


L4M 


4S8 


710322 


7057218419 


29 "Riombank Road 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L4J 


2A1 


730704 


4168813582 


193 Kennedy Street West 


Aurora 


Onlarlo 


L4G 


2L8 


720720 


4167735791 


4 Tarbert Road 


Wlllowdale 


Ontario 


M2M 


2Y2 


750613 


41B22«46eO 


68 Goll Unks Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


3V3 


750506 


4168418215 


1409 Aries Court 


Weslover Hills 


Texas 


USA 


76107 


710305 


8173770524 


122 Springhead Gardens 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 


5C4 


700602 


4168831819 


R R # 2 


Woodslee 


Ontario 


NOR 


IVO 


740824 


51B8395090 


22 Canadians Drive 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T 


2Y6 


710604 


4168893088 


22 McLenny Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


5P6 


740424 


4167271280 


Long Reach R R # 2 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


3G8 


701126 


4187731552 


RR # 1 


Bradford 


Ontario 


L3Z 


2A4 


760211 


4167755019 


Box 5497 SS 


Nassau NP 


Ball am as 


W. 1. 




710217 


8093277207 


166 Old Yonge areet 


Willowdals 


Ontario 


M2P 


1P9 


711009 


4162258707 


188 Spadlna Avenue, Suits 303 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5T 


2C2 


720328 


4168690698 


204 London Road 


Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 


6J3 


710601 


4168530920 


68 Hudson Drive 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4T 


2K3 


720708 


4164887152 


6 Edmund Crescent 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4B 


2X9 


700319 


4168833494 


c/o 14 Savllle Ct 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T 


5T6 


750801 


892324 


34 Broadbrldgo Drive 


West Hill 


Ontario 


MIC 


3J9 


720819 


4182818559 


359 Essa Road 


Barrle 


Ontario 


L4M 


4S7 


710415 


7057281138 


188 McCaffrey Road 


Newmarket 


Onlarlo 


L3X 


1J9 


710326 


4168534906 


64 Lanewood Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


4C8 


710602 


4167276475 


64 Lanewood Drive 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


4C8 


740529 


4167276475 


113 Route de la Capita 


1223 Cologny 


SwUzoriand 






710717 


4122522515 


126 Main Street 


Unlonvllle 


Ontario 


L3B 


2G4 


720312 


4184740698 


95 Highland Lane 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 


331 


700427 


4168842913 


Champion BIdg.. Rm 609 


301-309 Nathan Rd 


Kowloon 


Hong 


Kong 


710922 


3-7807989 


3 Chun Fal Road 


Flat 7B 


Hong Kong 






730807 


5-778982 


56 Fleury Street 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 


1T9 


730811 


4167276057 


Box 327 


Calmar 


Alberta 


TOO 


OVO 


711222 


402985.3611 


260 Major MacKenzle Dr. Apt 402 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 


1H8 


700929 


41888.1587! 



189 



190 



Ramos ^Patricio Ochoa 

Ramson -tChtlstopher John 

Randlesome Paul Warren 

Rath +Kyle Jeffery 

Reed David W 

Rees 'Stephen John 

Raid 1 +Toby Simon Olfver 

Reld 2 'Jason David 

Rlopelle ^rent James 

Ripley -fOerek Allan 

Robinson 1 Merlin P 

Robinson 2 Uam 

Rocha 1 'Gary Jude 

Rocha 2 'Ryan Anthony 

Rodriguez Sheldon A 

Rogers Donald Ian 

Rosa 1 Nicholas Gheorghe William 

Rose 2 4Geoffrey Andrew 

Ross 1 Michael RonaJd 

Ross 2 ^ Tobyn (Toby) David 

Rotstoln Stephen Anthony 

Rowan Jeffrey Mason 

Rudenko +Serge 

Ruhland -tAian Edward 

Sadlon Steven Wm Paul 

Sam • Anthony Ian 

Sandilands "Tyler Jason 

Sauerwein 'Sven Klaus 

Savage Robert Owen 

School 'John H J 

Searles David Andrew 

Shaw Edward Ted Emory 

Sheardown MarK James 

Shen Kae-Wen -tKevin 

Shik 1 ■'Oavld Wal Tak 

Shik 2 '"John Wal Cheung 

Shilium 1 Robin Andrew 

Shillum 2 Mark Alexander 

Siddlqui +Tar1q Zafar 

Simon 'Michael Leon 

Sinclair -tWark Richard 

SkovhoJ 'Stephen G A 

Smeenk -tNalhanial Joseph 

Smith 1 Michael Spencer 

Smith 2 'Stuart Morley Christian 

Smith 3 'Adam Colin Teskey 

Somaroo Naveen O 

Sommerviile -tBarton Campbell 

Solres 'Jose Angel 

Spence -tBrlan John James 

Spoor Johan Matthias •(Thl|5) 

Stammkoetter -tChrlstlan Bernd 

Starkman -tMarshall Cory 

Stein 1 Alexander K 

Sleln 2 ^Christian Anthony 

Starling Craig Retford 

Stewart 1 Shane Alexander 

Stewart 2 + Daniel Christopher 

Stinson -MHenry Robert 

Stuart 3 + Daniel Brett 

Sluempel Timothy Karl 

Syed Haroon 

Tawll Mark A 

Taylor 1 'Geirrett Andrew 



Monte Athoj No 520 


Lomas de Chaputtepec 


Mexico 


11000 DF 


730927 


520-29-20 


P Box 51 


Kingston 


Jamaica 


W. 1. 


750227 


B099253342 


43 Tannery Court 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 5S4 


721219 


4188835638 


R R # 2 


Loretio 


Ontario 


LOG 1L0 


751021 


7054355602 


218 Tlmberbank Boulevard 


Aglncourt 


Ontario 


M1W 2A3 


700404 


4162912081 


P O Box 1149 


Bradford 


Ontario 


L3Z 2B5 


750220 


4167757021 


153 Rose Park Drtve 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4T 1R8 


740612 


4164867818 


120 Jennifer Crescenl 


Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG WO 


751103 


4184784640 


23 Ward Avenue, Box 533 


Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG IVO 


730927 


4164782273 


485 Napier Street 


Colllngwood 


Ontario 


L9Y 3T8 


740217 


7054451703 


St Andrew's College 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3H7 


720814 


4187272458 


St. Andrew's College 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3H7 


730827 


4187272456 


97 Greenvlew Lane 


Sault Ste Ma/le 


Ontario 


PeA BKB 


700520 


7059423100 


97 Greenvlew Lane 


Sault Ste Ma/le 


Ontario 


PeA eKB 


710526 


7059423100 


5 Conn Drtve Box 356 


Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG IVO 


710313 


4184782026 


Stonleigh Farms. R R # 1 


Ketlleby 


Ontario 


LOG 1J0 


720708 


4187275683 


2 Tale Court 


Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG IVO 


721008 


4164782506 


282 Henderson Avenue 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T 2M2 


730203 


4187316178 


37 Roxborough Street West 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5R 1T9 


700407 


4180726325 


Box 148 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1KD 


720124 


4188330567 


359 HllltiursI Blvd 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M6B IMg 


710127 


4167817223 


R R * 2 


Caledon East 


Ontario 


LON 1E0 


710808 


4165842130 


73 Hewitt Avenue 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M8R tY4 


730826 


4165371607 


Box 1744 


Deep River 


Ontario 


KOJ IPO 


711130 


see below 


R R # 2 


Bradford 


Ontario 


L3Z 2A5 


720707 


4154584884 


P Box F2651 


Freeport Grand Bahamas 


Bahamas 




710815 


8003733058 


74 Mark Street 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3J3 


740405 


4167272722 


91 While Pine Trail 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 4X7 


730312 


4168844822 


133 Minnesota St 


Colllngwood 


Ontario 


L9Y 3S3 


710828 


7054453415 


155 Cairtngton Drtve 


Richmond HIM 


Ontario 


L4C 7Z1 


741223 


4167370969 


R R # 3. 35tti SIderoad 


Caledon East 


Ontario 


LON 1E0 


721012 


4165842421 


3800 Atwaler Avenue 


Montreal 


Quebec 


H3H 1Y8 


710620 


5149348068 


R R # 4. Box 817 


Bolton 


Ontario 


L7E 5T5 


7noa?4 


4168571939 


No 4, Braga Circuit 


Kadoorle Avenue, Kov^cxjn 


Hong Kong 




751127 


3-7150208 


65 Harbour Square P.H. #9 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5J 2L1 


72oe-.» 


4163690203 


85 Harbour Square, P.H. 19 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M5J 2L1 


740502 


4183890203 


R R / 4 


Slouffvllle 


Ontario 


L4A 7X5 


711207 


4166405329 


R R # 4 


StoutMlle 


Ontario 


L4A 7X5 


731101 


4166405329 


% P Box 1871 


Riyadh 11441 


SaudLArabIa 




730429 




'SInerylyn', Rockley New Road 


Ch. Ch. 


Barbados 


W. 1. 


700311 


8094273400 


R R # 5 


Bolton 


Ontario 


L7E 5S1 


761117 


4168805244 


5002 14tfi Avenue 


Mllllken 


Ontario 


LOH 1K0 


72nflOfl 


4164932750 


18 Willlngdon Boulevard 


Eloblcoke 


Ontario 


M8X 2H2 


740714 


4162349691 


5444 Yonge Street, Suite 1908 


Wlllowdale 


Ontario 


M2N eJ4 


710610 


4182^31494 


108 Golf Unks Drtve 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3V3 


730322 


4167277378 


101 Douglas Drtve 


Toronto 


Ontario 


M4W 2B2 


741115 


4169218753 


224 Shawnee Circle 


Wlllowdale 


Ontario 


M2H 2Y4 


700214 


4187564953 


■Weelum', 64 Middle Road 


Flails FL 06 


Bermuda 




740818 


8092958510 


Av Mussel 10 Colonia Polanco 


Mexico DF 11550 


Mexico 




750828 


2502474 


P Box 451 


KJng 


Ontario 


LOG 1KD 


740416 


4167276848 


3403 Lakeside Crescenl S W 


Calgary 


Alberta 


T3E 6A7 


720330 


4022421917 


Egbertstt 48 D-4300 Duesseldorf 


31 


W.Germany 


D4000 


711106 


see below 


185 Lyndhurst Drive 


Thornhlll 


Ontario 


L3T eT8 


700317 


4168815824 


1 Highland Court 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 2S9 


711004 


4187734349 


1 Highland Court 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 2S9 


741004 


4167734340 


17 Susan Place 


Barrle 


Ontario 


L4N 5P3 


700308 


7057281018 


5 Brookdale Drive 


Banle 


Ontario 


L4N 1N5 


710112 


7057266671 


933 Snowshoe Crescenl 


Gloucester 


Ontario 


K1C 2Y3 


720818 


8138240520 


33 Theresa Street 


BanI* 


Ontario 


L4M 1J5 


740418 


7057288813 


5 Cranberry Lane 


Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 4B3 


750516 


4168417885 


Box 309 


Froblsher Bay 


N. W. T. 


XOA OHO 


720114 


8109796601 


81 Manltou Drive KIngCross 


Kjng City 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


710601 


4168335895 


5668 Byng Avenue 


Niagara Falls 


Ontario 


L2G 5LB 


700219 


4163547282 


.58 Major MacKenzle Road West 


Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 3S2 


731127 


4188834822 



Taylor 2 + Kevin Luke 

Teal 4Andfew Davidson 

Thompson 1 + Kristian Stanley 

T>iompson 2 '^Christopher Kevin 

Thorpe Todd Lindsay 

Thwailes •Daniel John 

Timms Stephen D 

Ting 'Richard Siu Kit 

Tong + Adrian Robert Wang Chi 

Tseng Chung-Tak -hJohny 

Ttao -tjefffey Chl-Mlng 

Tsloros 1 Randy (Saranlos) 

Tsioros 2 +Nlck 

Tullls Christopher David 

Tzembeiikos 1 Andrew Costa 

Tzembellkos 2 + Michael Peter 

Umphrey Mary Jefferson 

Van De Merwe Michael A 

Vanek Norman Anthony 

Vaughan • Richard 

Vivas 'Alejandro 

Vogel Robert Kurt 

Vrettakos Athanaslos +(Thano8) 

Walker 1 Robert MofTal 

Walker 2 'Douglas Nell 

Waller '^lyol Richard 

Wang Ping Yau 'James 

Wafd -fChristopher Peter 

Warden 4Peter Alexander 

Watts -KJamle Thomas 

Welder Michael 

Whalley Brock Kent 

Wharton t Adam David 

Wharton 2 Dallas John 

White Geoffrey Peter 

Wieland Markus Johannes 

Wietzes Kevin J 

Williams 1 Corey C 

Williams 2 '^ Jason Paul 

Williams 3 +Jason Wayne 

WIndeler 'Tlyan James 

Wong 1 'A/lncent Kwok-Lal 

Wong 2 + Jeffrey Chun Wah 

Woo 1 Eric 

Woo 2 Benjamin 

Worry 1 Kevin William 

Worry 2 '^Michael Allan 

Wright trie James 

Wynn '^ Brent Parry Roland 

Yang 'Marcus 

Yae 'Cyril See-MIn 

Yeung 1 George + Derrick 

Yeung 2 'Yuk-Tln Henry 

Yoo 'Jay 

Young +Mlchael Stuarl 

Yow 1 'Wayne YIng Cheong 

Yow 2 'Winthrop YIng Hlng 

Zachos 'Alexander 

Zegil Thomas William + Andrew 

Zieba David Edvra/d 

Zoebelein Derek Hans Kari 

Zulqemain 1 'Zaigham 

Zulqemain 2 +Shafjeel 

Zwingenberger Andrew William 



81 Kings Cross Drive, R R i 


t 4 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG 1K0 


740529 


4168331755 


32 Caslla drtv* 




Barrie 


Ontario 


L4N 1R1 


720620 


7057267602 


8 Cedarvale Boulevard. R F 


1 # 2 


SloufMlle 


Ontario 


L4R 7X3 


730202 


4166407500 


Doane Road R R # 1 Box 


194 


Queensviile 


Ontario 


LOG 1R0 


740712 


4164782017 


26 Craigleith Crescent 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 2C7 


710228 


4167732325 


31 1/2 Olivier Place 




Kingston 


Jamaica 




710922 


8099228705 


112 Crawford Rose Drtve 




Aurora 


Ontario 


L4Q 4B7 


701019 


41872740H? 


68 Cotswold Crescent 




Wlllowdale 


Ontario 


M2P 1N2 


740109 


4167301847 


1. Floor. 2790 Prince Edward Rd. 


Kowtoon 


Hong Kong 




701210 


3-7608747 


148 Abbeywood Trail 




Don Mills 


Ontario 


M3B 3B7 


741023 


4164497998 


3100 Bay^^ew Avenue. House 


#8 


WillcTwdaJe 


Ontario 


M2N 5L3 


730828 


4182239097 


436 Kerrybrook Drtve 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 3R1 


721128 


4168834171 


43 Montrose Crescent 




Unlonvtile 


Ontario 


UR 7Z8 


750528 


4164791272 


1300 Islington North, #1409 




Etoblcoke 


Ontario 


M9A 5C4 


700517 


4162363483 


1 1090 Balhurst Street, R R 


* 2 


Maple 


Ontario 


LSA 1G2 


720726 


4188848319 


1 1090 Balhurst Street. R R 


# 2 


Maple 


Ontario 


L6A 1G2 


760718 


4168848319 


50 Ajcherhlll Court 




Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


720419 


4183413485 


P Box 2820. Station B 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4E 1A7 


711117 


4187370659 


38 Bishop Crescent 




Guelph 


Ontario 


NIG 2R9 


691015 


5198248788 


Carrera 9 #93A-50 




Bogota 


Colombia 




730629 


2578518 


Avenids 15 No 127A 33 




Apt 1504 Bogota 


Colombia 




701218 


2581635 


P Box 291 




Colilngwsod 


Ontario 


L9Y 325 


700115 


7054454576 


22 Framlngha/n Drive 




Thomhilt 


Ontario 


L3T 4H3 


741203 


4168815471 


Box 285 




Grand Cayman 


Caymanlsles 




711210 


8099492761 


34 Wllket Road 




North Yortl 


Ontario 


M2L 1N3 


710614 


4184454557 


1267 Misslssauga Road 




Misslssauga 


Ontario 


L5H 2J1 


731027 


4ie27Bn,ia3 


1 Concord Place. Suite 2304, 




Don Mills 


Ontario 


M3C 3Ka 


721207 


4164458038 


178 Avenue Road 




Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 1N6 


760602 


4168984818 


74 Derby Court 




Nowma/Vet '" 


Ontario 


L3Y 5Z9 


7r)040« 


4168957851 


188 Delayne Drive 




Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 5B8 


740515 


4187277737 


R R # 3 




Colllngwood 


Ontario 


L9Y 3Z2 


701018 


7054454439 


22 Hawthorne t.ane 




Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 3K7 


720120 


4167277543 


R R ♦ 4 




Acton 


Ontario 


L7J 2M1 


710722 


51BS531540 


RR # 4 




Acton 


Ontario 


L7J 2M1 


730612 


5198531540 


R R # 4 




Tottenham 


Ontario 


LOG two 


740918 


4ietf2e3814 


R R # 2 




Clarksburg 


Ontario 


NOH 1J0 


711107 


5195993244 


8 Denham Drive 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 6J1 


700730 


4166811404 


33 Bayna/d's Lane 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4L 9B2 


701231 


4167376989 


25 Wanorcrest Drtve 




Wiiiosvdale 


Ontario 


M3N 5K2 


720105 


4162501730 


26 PIneneedle Court 




Aurora 


Ontario 


L4G 4Y7 


730710 


4168410374 


17 Wellington Street East 




Banle 


Ontario 


L4M 2B4 


720529 


7057263403 


No 1, Turret Hillway 




Willowdale 


Ontario 


M2H 3A7 


730927 


4164901100 


25 Carton Road 




Warkham 


Ontario 


L3R 1Z4 


750702 


4184706956 


1102 Gloucester Twi, The 




Landmark /Pedder Street 


Hong Kong 




691223 


6046871296 


22 Udine Court 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 8C8 


710929 


4168896640 


140 KIngscross Drive 




King City 


Ontario 


LOG IKD 


711222 


4168335586 


140 Kingscross Drive 




King City 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


740720 


4168335596 


Bank N.S CaribbeanOfUcelnflPers. 


61 Front SI W.4th Fl.Tmto 


Ontario 


M5H 1H1 


731017 


5895-23803 


11 Jennifer Crescent 




Sharon 


Ontario 


LOG WO 


731113 


4164784743 


1320 Islington Ave Unit 2301 




Etoblcoke 


Ontario 


M9A 5C8 


710220 


4162319638 


RR #2 




Wng City 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


740907 


41fVW!l852 


875 West 4eth Avenue 




Vancouver 


B.C. 


V5Z 2R4 


721218 


6042610978 


7/ A3. 81 Kung Lolc Road 




Kwun Tong. Kowloon 


Hong Kong 




740219 


3453542 


8 The Bridle Path 




Wlllowdale 


Ontario 


M2L 1C8 


721105 


418381'?e5 


R R # 3 




Newmarket 


Ontario 


L3Y 4W1 


7fiOSnfl 


4168881727 


8 Versailles Court 




Don Mills 


Ontario 


M3B ZA9 


731011 


4164462889 


8 Versailles Court 




Don Mills 


Ontario 


M3B 2A9 


750210 


4164462888 


18lh Avenue. R R # 1 




Richmond Hill 


Ontario 


L4C 4X7 


720303 


4168844531 


193 Anlen Street 




Thunder Bay 


Ontario 


P7B 5J5 


751104 


8076235638 


47 Steeplechase Avenue 




Aurora Ont 


Ontario 


L4G 3G8 


711124 


4167278350 


180 Kingscross Drive Box ( 


S14 


King City 


Ontario 


LOG IKO 


721218 


418R.\-V1710 


51 Bauer Crescent 




Unlonville 


Ontario 


L3R 4H3 


730618 


4164794137 


51 Bauer Crescent 




Unionville 


Ontario 


L3R 4H3 


750507 


4164794137 


10 Gibson Avenue 




Toronto 


Ontario 


M5R 1T5 


721228 


4169237828 



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