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Masters

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For five years St. Andrew's College has been very fortunate to have had a person of Ian Bowell's quali- ties. His versatility, both in the classroom and on the playing fields will be very difficult to replace. Being a Master who can teach a variety of subjects such as Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science (all in one year I might add) he has earned respect from his peers and students as a person of good common sense as well as an outstanding teacher. Every term he was involved with the students on the playing fields. He ran House League programs in the fall, filmed the First Football games, was a coach of the First Hockey team for the last three seasons, and was coach of the golfing team for the last five years. These are a few of the more noticeable activities. Not too many people realize that he was an instructor in the cadet program, chief bus driver whenever some group went camping or needed a ride to the airport or wanted to go to a rock concert. For two years he organized and sUmuiated the auto mechanics club along with a variety of other school functions.

Whether it was in the weight room demonstrating the proper exercises on the Universal Gym or in the class- room showing boys Cook's constant, he always did a first classjob.

All of us at St. Andrew's wish Mr. Bowell great suc- cess in whatever career he chooses next year I am sure he will follow his St. Andrew's tradition of being number one.

J. Mulchinock

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Mr. Bill Skitch:

After only one year of living in splendor in the re- nowned penthouse apartment of MacDonald House, Mr. Bill Skitch has chosen to go on to greater things. He shall be best remembered for the innovations that he brought to the School. Who can possibly forget the star trekkers in the newly formed Astronomy club, or indeed Bill's own ten inch telescope? The top floor illuminated chessboard prodded several nearly dormant minds into a state of greater awareness.

It will take years before the last traces of pipe fumes are removed from the building, but Bill Skitch and his pet guinea pig "Winnie" will live on in our memop.. We wish them well.

It IS with regret and a real sense of loss that we bid farewell to Mr. Barry Devereaux. Although with us for only one year, he has added a whole new dimension to the music programme. We shall miss his leadership in the Christmas Carol service and the band. We extend our best wishes to him next year at Lawrence Park Collegiate.

Mrs. Anne Bedard is not your ordinary triple threat! To St. Andrew's College she brought not only the skill and care of the competent pedagogue, the warmth and dignity of the true lady and the understanding of the dedicated mother and wife (which would be a triple threat par excellence!) but she also gave a new and pro- found dimension to the daily operation of our school. Her stay with us was all too brief. One can only hope that the legacy she leaves will live on as it richly deserves to do so.

We regret to say that Mr. Workman has decided to pursue his career elsewhere. People make the mistake of looking at a teacher's classroom contribution before judging them, but it is in residence life that his absence will be most strongly felt. Mr. Workman introduced several tournaments to "Mac House" (badminton, ping-pong, etc.) and donated the Workman Memorial Trophy to the annual Crokinole Champion. Mr. Work- man was also involved in the House League System and he coached the "Workman's Wonders" to another successful year.

Most of all, though, Mr. Workman helped bring home to S.A.C. His birthday parties and little "get- togethers" helped ease many boys through a spell of home-sickness.

Mr. Workman, the student body would like to thank you for helping so many boys through the first year. Good-bye and good Luck.

It is with great sadness that we say good-bye to Lewis Pitman, a popular and vital member of the St. An- drew's College teaching staff since 1960.

So many, varied, and impressive have been Mr. Pit- man's contributions during his sixteen years at S.A.C. that only a few can be mentioned here. At different periods of his career he has been a Housemaster, Head of the English department. Chairman of academic and other committees, and assistant Headmaster. All these duties he discharged with a high degree of competence and energy.

Those that have had Mr. Pitman as a teacher are fully aware of his academic excellence, his infinite patience, and his sympathetic readiness to provide help and counsel to all who came to him. That he is fondly remembered by his former students is reflected by the number of Old Boys who visit him each year.

A keen athlete himself, he has consistently inspired and coached boys in soccer, cricket, and rugby, laying heavy emphasis upon good sportsmanship and self- discipline. A devotee of long-distance running, he es- tablished our Joggers" Club which has become an in- tegral part of the sports' program. Other innovations of Mr. Pitman have been the Masters' Scholarship and the Pottery Club.

Lewis Pitman will long be remembered by present students, maisters, old boys, and parents. To him, his wife Valerie and their children Nancy, Andrew, and Matthew we extend "full measure of the best" as they leave us for the City of Hamilton where he will pursue his professional teaching career at the secon- dary school level.

For eighteen years. Miss Sheila Beresford has been a mainstay of the office of the Headmaster. During her years here, she has conscientiously undertaken the multitude of detail which that office involves. She has been assiduous in guarding the interests of the School and in maintaining the necessary confidences which go with her office. Not only members of the teaching staff but members of the Ladies Guild have, over the years, relied on her expertise in matters dealing with School organization. As she enters a well earned retirement, the whole School wishes her many years of activity in her many hobbies which include her garden and her home.

In Dedication

BjammMmntntimmumMUimM

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First Football ISAA Champions "The Heights of Glory"!!!

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- e&r McLean. Claudio Arduini, Simon Vincent. Kevin Corrigan, Greg Miklas, Craig Farrow. Martin Henderson, James Ernngton. Front Row: Rob Bruce. Ed Andrew. MVP - Capt.; Lee Devereaux, Capt.; Roland Nimmo, Capt.; Gary Lawrence, Cam Stevens, Brian Eyers. Capl; Trevor Wilkinson, Absent. ^ . .^

We're No. 1

As the season rolled on. the chant got louder finally reaching a climax on the fields of Ridley, where we ultimately achieved our goal; the best in the I.S.A.A. If ever there was an example of a team effort, this surely ranks as one of the greatest, because this truly was an effort by every individual for the team.

Of course the season wasn't without it's highlights, both on and off the field. The first test for our team (later to be known as the Big Red Machine) was against the Mississauga champions coached by Peter Martin, an understudy of the "old master" himself. We had our mistakes, along with our bright spots, and Bo/o Barker made it two years in a row, getting put out in the first game of the season again. When it was over we came out on top of the 27-7 score, securing our first victory. We never looked back.

In short order we demolished Appleby 49-0 and U.C.C. 22-0. We rolled on to T.C.S. undefeated with two defensive shutouts, and the chant grew louder.

The T.C.S. game exemplified our team effort better than any other game when two key players in the back- field were injured and their replacements were out- standing, as Greg Miklas romped 109 yards for the first touchdown, after our strong defence halted T.C.S. three times on the one yard line. The Big Red Machine rolled on after that, chalking up our fifth victory 27-7. Ridley was now in our sights, and it was billed as the LBF championship game, as well as Ridley's "Home- coming". The day was overcast and damp, not your perfect football weather by any means. The first time Ridley touched the ball, they went 35 yards for a touch- down and the Red machines fans had to wonder. All these doubts were immediately dispelled as we took the ball and marched 90 yards to regain the lead 7-6, a lead we never relinquished for the rest of the after- noon. The score was 33-13 in the dying moments, and the chant was about to become fact. We were No. I for all to see. Coach was held high on the team's shoulder's and the word "champs" now belonged to us.

Hillfield was an anti-climax and we deposed of them 28-8 without much trouble.

Then there are various moments our team will never forget. There was Claudio and his "bag of p . . . t," the boys in "That Room," Lee disappearing during the practises into the bushes, Rita and the 10 yard sprints, Brian's plunge 24 pass, which was a Ridley favorite, Myles' deadly accuracy in practise, Albert sneaking out of the green shed, the engineer didn't appear and Andy disappeared, the disappearance of the dummy still baffles T.C.S. students, Mr. Mulchinock taking side- line shots at Hillfield, the cry of "we're all gona die!" as we crossed the Burlington skyway, the Ridley Rem- brandt, and last but not least the "Bermuda."

Maybe you think it is a ritual to praise our coaches but this is a deep and sincere thanks to from us to them, as they members of the team as much and probably far more than any member of the 32 man squad. Their many hours of hard work both on and off the field made the team a success.

We would also like to extend our thanks to the anonymous donour of our team jackets which was greatly appreciated by the 32 man squad.

Ed Andrew

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Dear Mom and friends,

I'm sorry for not writing to you and letting you know how I am but I thought it best for both of us to start our lives anew. I guess you must be worried about me and there must be a lot of questions thai ha\e to be answered, so I hope this letter will help smooth things over.

First of all, I was not kidnapped, I ran away to re- build ms life. Mom, I couldn't stand the constant fighting over me, and the way your friends would lock me up for long periods of time until one of their par- ties rolled around. Do you know what it is like to be at the bottom of a hockey bag with dirty jocks and old socks pressing against you for five and six days at a lime? What kind of parents do you think you are when you let your rowdy friends feed me beer and chips when I was only one month old? Who wants to be awakened at three o'clock in the morning to be roughly treated, manhandled into some other dirty dingy room to spend the next week hidden away in one of your friend's closets or lockers. Yes, Mom, I had to leave for my sake and yours.

I know you have hired two men to find me but they are wasting their time. I covered my trail carefully so that I could not be discovered. I now have wonderful parents who look after me, love me and make sure that I have a clean, decent upbringing. I now go to school and live in a very academic and stimulating environ- ment. I eat wholesome food, get plenty of rest and am allowed to watch T.V. every night. No Mom, I couldn't trade this new life for anything.

By the way, I hear your friends won the ISL football championship. This doesn't surprise me as they no longer have to bully me around. I'm glad someone else received their abuse.

Well, I have to close now. Thank you again for being concerned but don't worry, I'm in good hands. Say hello to your friends and wish them well. I hope I will be able to drop in some day soon but in case I don't, here is a picture of me to remind you that I still love you.

Love.

The Engineer

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SAC vs Appleby

49-0 Won

SAC vs UCC

22-0 Won

SACvsTCS

27-7 Won

SAC vs Ridley

33-13 Won

SACvsHillfield

26-8 Won

SAC vs Port Credit

28-7 Won

SAC vs Williams

22-7 Won

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Second Football

I.S.L. Champs

Our "75 line-up showed a vast improvement over last year's losers, this is shown by our record that was compiled of 8 wins and only I loss.

By no means was it an easy year, but with the excep- tional coaching of Mr. Kinney and Mr. Lunn and of course Mr. Skinner, plus some hard practices, they put together a championship team that uas only matched by the Firsts.

Our most memorable game was against Ridley in which we did not onl\ out-paint them, but out-pla\ed them 38-6.

In our back field there was plenty of power provided by M.V.P. Greg Baun, "Doc" Calvcrly and Steve By- berg, while the holes were paved smooth by Colin Mahabir and company, with the great catches by Jamie Britnell keeping everybody happy. The quarterback role was executed well by Brian Miklas until he was injured in our victory over the Thornhill champions of Ontario, then Paul Cooper came in and provided the necessary talent which enabled us to win the I.S.L.

Our defensive squad shouldn't be left out, our front four consisting of T.D. Maw. Charley Ballantyne, Rob Corbett and Drew Foss, while Bruce "Sweathog" Watford was exceptional at middle line backer, for- merly held by Jim "Merc" McMurtry, whose season ended early with a wrist injury. The corners were con- trolled by Ted Wright and Hurricane Hargrave, both of whom ruined many a sweep.

This has been a great >ear; we enjoved our wins thanks to the coaches; lets do it again next year.

G.B.

SAC vs UCC

21-4 Won

S.AC vs TCS

12-0 Won

SAC vs Ridley

39-6 Won

SAC vs UCC

1-19 Lost

SAC vs TCS

12-6 Won

S.AC vs Pickering

7-12 Lost

SAC vs KmeCils

27-6 Won

SAC vs Thornhill

7-1 Won

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Back Row: Mr. R. Kinney, Coach; Mike Elder, Robert Cheung, Ted Lar- kin, James Brit- nell. Drew Foss, Steve Maw, Chris Hawley, PhiUp Chung, Brian Mik- las, Mr. J. Lunn, Coach. Third Row: Dr.T. Hockin, Ron Schmidt. Mike Sif- ton, Rob Corbett, GregBaun, MVP- Capt.; Philip Hen- derson, Colin Maha- bir, Greg Clark, John Lagerquist, Paul Cooper, Keith Crumpton. Charles Ballantyne. Second Row: Paul Miklas, Mgr.; JohnOm- stead, Charles Zuck- erman, John Stuart, Bruce Watford, Ted Wright, Rob Pratt, Cam McClintock. Front Row: Rob Hargrave. Gary Wei I linger, Dave Calverly, Andrew Munn. Paul Yu, Steve Byberg. .Ab- sent: Mr. W. Skin- ner, Coach.

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U16 Football

Back Row: Stewart III, Brown, Newmarch, Hall, Wild, Moreira, Marsland, Sadler II. Middle Row: Somerville, Jacobi, MIP; Robertson, Cudmore, MVP; Kerr I, Phillips II. Cheng, Hepburn, Heit I, Capt.; Mr. G. West, Coach. Front Row: Hsu, Knowles, Edwards I, Horton, Pitts, McGraw. Absent: Mr. D. Hemings, Coach; Offen, Walker.

SAC vs Appleby 0-51 Lost SAC vs Appleby 20-21 Lost SAC vs Ridley 0-22 Lost SAC vs Applebv 13-24 Lost SAC vs TCS 13-7 Win

Although the U16 football team's win and loss record was not envious, it was an important season. The training and experience gained through the sea- son under the patient coaches, Mr. West and Mr. Hem- mings, came together for the last two games. Losing a closely played game to Appleby with a new tightened up defense and a well drilled offensive backfield we went and beat T.C.S. The passing game was good and M.V.P. Dave Cudmore and full-back captain Tim Hor- ton kept the ground game strong during that particu- lar game and throughout the whole season. The de- fense led by "stomping'" Mike Edwards really pulled together as the season progressed.

The team really got together and played good foot- ball as they gained experience through the season. Future S.A.C. second and first teams will be well stocked with talent from this team.

J.H.

Ul 5 Football

This year's team enjoyed a year of learning and gaining experience. With the excellent coaching of Mr. Smith (defensively) and Mr. Bennet (offensively) the UI5 squad won their share of games. They took back to back games against T.C.S.. split games with U.C.C, lost to Ridley, and lost two games to a monsterous U15 (?) .Appclby team. Shawn Craig was the offensive leader playing slotback and getting touchdowns on numerous long runs. Naturally Shawn was the M.V.P. and Tom Omstead and Geoff Scott were the M.I.P.'s. Even though this year's team was good, next year the team^ should be even better with many players having another vear of L^ I .^ eliaibilitv.

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6-50

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SAC

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8-7

Won

SAC

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33-8

Won

SAC

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13-12

Won

SAC

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6-14

Lost

SAC

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0-32

Lost

SAC

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16-41 Lost

SAC

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12-8 Won

SAC

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Back Row: Young III, Jackson, Russell, Minialoff I, MIP; Evoy, Scott, MIP - Capt.; Gathers M, Clark II, Calverly II. Middle Row: Slessor, Mgr.; Mr. P. Bennett, Coach; Minialoff II, Jacox, Ruttan, Reneau, Gray III, Vail, Heit II, Omstead II, Szarka, Shields, Ruhl, Mr. G. Smith, Coach. Front Row: Noble, Albury, McAllister, Capt.; Parker. Capt.; Craig, MVP; Stanborough, Kane. Absent: Sedgewick, Barrington, Mather, Miklas III, Kinch.

First Soccer

We had our ups and douns this year and they were basically divided into the first and second halves of the season. The first half produced an undefeated record of 9 wins and 1 tie, which included a victory at the U.C.C. tournament in which there were a couple of good teams. There was also a fruitless and I might add smelly game in Hamilton against Hillfield where the score ran up to 10-1 and even Mr. Stuart was hinting to us not to score too much. Howie Epworth topped it off by scoring from center. Also featured is our best game of the year against U.C.C. where John Bailey got 4 goals and the final score was 9-3.

But just before Thanksgiving Weekend, we needed a good second half to tie Pickering and after the week- end we lost our first game of the year at T.C.S. From then on, we won only 50% of our games with the worst one being the Ridley game at our own tournament where we lost 5-0. It was the first time S.A.C. hadn't won the tournament in three years: but really Ridley was an exceptional team this year.

It's hard to pinpoint a reason for our downfall in the second half of the season, but I could sense the team

spirit going down. Maybe it was the pressure of the First Football Team being so good. But to have two championship teams in the same term will always be difficult because of the inesitable pressures one sport puts on the other.

One high point was the play of the three \oungest members of the team (Andy Beckwith, John Bailey and Sid Karalis) who in many games carried a fair load on their own. If they keep working at it, they will un- doubtedly become some of the best players the school has ever had. The goal tending was consistently good all year with Matt Shinkle and Dave Hardy sharing the duties. And where would we have been without Howie's "panicking". Randy Hughes - Guests's running into goalies and John Middup's love of the breakaway.

We would all like to thank Mr. Stuart for putting a great deal of time and effort into making it a success- ful season and sometimes for just putting up with us. Also John Glascock should be thanked for chasing after all the balls that were kicked over the net (usually bv me).

MB.

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SAC vs Appleby

3-1 Won

SAC vsHillfield

10-1 Won

SAC vs UCC

9-3 Won

SAC vs Pickering

2-2 Tie

SAC vs St. Georges

2-0 Won

SAC vs St. Georges

4-0 Won

SAC vs TCS

1-2 Lost

SAC vs George Harvey

0-1 Lost

SAC vs Lord Elgin

3-1 Won

SAC vs Pickering

2-1 Won

SAC vs Ridley

2-4 Lost

SAC vs Bradford

2-1 Won

SAC vs Crescent

2-3 Lost

SAC vs Bradford

3-1 Won

SAC vs Pickering

4-0 Won

SAC vs St. Georges

2-0 Won

SAC vs UCC

2-1 Won

SAC vs Lakefieid

3-2 Won

SAC vs Ridley

0-5 Lost

Second Soccer

Back Rou Assing 1, Dobson, Epuorth Mgr.; Mr. D. Stuart. Coach. Front Ro^ Assing II.

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SACvsTCS

3-0 Won

SAC vs .Appleby

2-2 Tie

SAC vs Pickering

5-i Won

SAC vs LlCC

4-1 Won

S.AC vs Pickering

2-1 Won

SAC vs TCS

1-3 Lost

SAC vs Bradford

4-2 Won

SAC vs Ridley

2-3 Lost

SAC vs Toronto French School

0-4 Lost

SAC vs Ridley

1-0 Won

When one generally considers second soccer, no great legends are summoned to mind. In fact, one can barely remember distinct victories or losses, but rather a blend of sweet and sour. Such was the case this year, but yet there was more. We had fun! .And that is the essence of sports here at S.A.C. and I hope it remains that way. Otto Sillcox and Bobby Kirk had fun con- tinually repelling the opposition (and undue jokes from the coach); or the fun the forward line had missing the goal time and time again (eh Dave, Ken, Paul, Wait and other assorted characters); or the fun the halfback line led by Rob Kitchen had correcting all our mistakes (and stealing my hat!); or the fun John and Ed had sharing the porous ten yards of the goaline. .Mi in all it was, well, uh, well just a fun season.

P.S. !VIr. Stuart I pray you don't end up with the same cast of characters next year, after all, one man can only take so much fun.

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Third Soccer

This year's third soccer or House league 'all stars' were just that; a bunch of guys who were not able to participate with the better soccer teams of the school, but who were willing to try to learn at least a little about soccer, and who were willing to make an effort in the practices and the few games we had.

Individually, there were few of us who were really skilled at soccer; most of us were hacks, but some in- dividual efforts come to mind: Don Wilson's fine play and fine setting of plays earned him the M.V.P. Russell Kastner, who at the beginning of the season was strug- gling, worked hard and turned out to be quite a goalie and was named the M.I. P. Finally, one incident that happened was our captain scoring a hat-trick in one game but most of us think that this was more luck than anything else.

Thanks to Mr. Kamcke, from all of us, for coaching and giving us a lot of support from the sidelines when it was needed.

TBack Row: Me|^'Xan«teC,6«firSatJlei'l, Irvdk Whilhoyle, Kastner, MIP; Marechaax I Front Row: Glascock, Boggiar ^-: Minichiello. Capj.^R'gofetti, Witson, MVP:Jlampen i. Absent: Chong, Hollands, Pellowe, Peyer II

Back Row: Earle 11, Bedard II, Webb, MVP; Cole, Hicks, Bick lell. Frost, Mr D Timms, Coach. From Row: Salinas. Mil DeLeon, Gosal, Capt.: Rigoletti. Creel, MIP; MorUmer II. Absent: Gossman.

Ul 6 Soccer

basic weakness was in hitting the woodwork instead of hitting the back of the net!

S.G.

Someone said that it's not the winning that counts but the participation. We certainly didn't win man\ games but the entire U16 team performed avidly this year.

We were slightly disappointed by the fact that only four of last year's successful U15A team returned to play with their team mates; three played for the firsts and the rest decided to share the glory of football. But, the team showed great promise in the likes of Fillipe Creel and Jim Cole our newcomers. The main pro- blem lay in discovering the appropriate positions for each player. Eventually, virtually all the team had played two or more positions! Yet, under the co- ordination and endless devotion of our coach Mr. Timms, we formed quite a team, even though we only had a few more games left to play.

In replacing Colin Earle with Jim Cole, we sacrificed our top scorer for a speedy, determined forward. Chris Webb (M.V.P.) held the defense together with his domination of the air. In support were Chris Frost. Dan Hicks and Jim IVIills. Holding the middle together was our solid dynamo Paul Bedard, who, with Sal Gosal (Capt.) and Filipe Creel (M.l.P.) formed the industrious midfield. Up front were our goal-hungry forwards: Gary DeLeon, Colin Earle, Memo Salinas, Chris Bicknell and the everwilling Peter Rigoletti. Their

SACvsTCS

2-2 Tie

SAC vs Pickering

3-0 Won

SAC vs St. Georges

3-3 Tie

SAC vs UCC

0-2 Lost

S.'^C vs St. Georges

2-2 Tie

S.AC vs Toronto French School

1-4 Lost

SACvsTCS

6-2 Won

S.AC vs Toronto French School

2-3 Lost

SAC vs UCC

1-2 Lost

SAC vs Ridley

0-3 Lost

SACvsTCS

0-1 Lost

SAC vsSl. Georges

4-4 Tie

SAC vs UCC

4-1 Won

SAC vs Pickering

3-1 Won

SAC vs UCC

4-1 Won

SACvsTCS

1-2 Lost

SAC vs Bradford

1-0 Won

SAC vs Lakefield

3-2 Won

SAC vs Pickering

0-4 Lost

SAC vs UCC

1-0 Won

SAC vs Ridley

3-2 Won

SAC vs Toronto French School

0-4 Lost

SAC vs Ridley

1-0 Won

SAC vs UCC

6-1 Won

SAC vs Nichols

0-1 Lost

SAC vs St. Georges

1-2 Lost

As not one member of this team had played at the 'A' level before, it took us a few games to settle down to- gether and we lost our first three games (two in the Junior School's Soccer Tournament hosted by Ridley) albeit by narrow margins. We came together as a team, however, in our first home game against UCC U15 and from then on had a very successful season, with only one school, T.C.S., having a slight edge over us in regular season play.

We were a fairly small side and had quite a few in- juries over the season but in only one game against a much heavier and bigger Pickering side was our play affected by size. Usually we played very skillfully and courageously and, following the fine example and strong leadership of our captain, Scott Mortimer, we won ten of our last twelve. Our defense played soundly and our attack, led by our speedy centre-forward and assistant captain. Ken Marshall, scored some exciting and well executed goals. Scott and Ken were our co- M.V.P.'s.

To me, as coach, the season was especially enjoyable, for the play of several team members improved a lot, in particular that of Barry Crow and Andy Francis who also settled into new positions very well and who would have thought that a broken fingered goalkeeper, Stephen Young, could play so well at centre half! As some team members are young enough to play again next year we should have another good season.

T.E.H.

Back Row: Mr T Harrison, Coach; Scott II, McDonald i. Bonvecchio, Young II Francis I From Re shall, MVP - Asst. Capt.; MorUmer II, MVP - Capt.; Bedard III, Edwards II, Hadley. Absent: Crow I,

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SACvsTCS

7-1 Won

SAC vsApplebv

1-2 Lost

SAC vs Pickering

3-1 Won

SAC vs St. Georges

4-1 Won

SAC vs Toronto French School

0-5 Lost

SAC vs Crescent

3-3 Tie

SAC vs Ridlev

1-2 Lost

SACvsHiilfieid

1-0 Won

SAC vs Crescent

1-4 Lost

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SAC vsAppleb\

4-2 Won

SACvsPickerin2

4-0 Won

SAC vs UCC

2-0 Won

SACvsTCS

3-2 Won

SAC vs Lakefield

5-0 Won

SAC vs Ridley

3-4 Lost

SACvsHillfield

3-1 Won

SAC vs Crescent

3-0 Won

SAC vs UCC

5-1 Won

U 13 Soccer

SAC

vsSt. Georgc"s

1-0

Won

SAC

vs UCC

1-2

Lost

SAC

vs Lakefield

1-0

Win

SAC

vs LCC

2-1

Win

U14 Soccer, An Almost Perfect Team

To quote from the fall term wrap-up in "Jock-Talk" an obviously unbiased and unimpeachable source - the Under 14's were "the most successful soccer team in the school". High praise indeed, but not undeserved. Right from the start of the season there were promising lads for every position on the field, and the line-up vsas a difficult one to break into. In Mark Tiltman the team had a capable and loyal captain. Mark's only regret was that he didn't score as many goals as a centre- forward should, but he worked tirelessly to set up his team-mates and occasionally rescued the defense when the need arose. Although it isn't possible to comment on the merits of each member here individually, one cannot overlook the tremendous contribution of Chip Flaherty, our fast deceptive and goal-hungr> left- winger who scored half of the team's total output and who earned the distinction of being named M.V.P.

Nor can an\one ignore the goalkeeping of Allan Crow who made up in spectacular saves what he lacked in steady temperament. Scrutiny of the results will show that we came within a hair's breadth of achieving an un- defeated season. The only team that bettered us was Ridley when we were without our regular goalies and after we had seen our best defenseman Teddy Sjoblom carried off the field with a broken foot. This is not to minimize their fine play: we had a penalty kick on the final play of the game and failed to capitalize. There were man\ players who improved significantly over the season, especially Adam Moreland, Jay Bailey (these two both in grade 7) and Phil Maguire. I can say with- out any reservation that it was a privilege being the coach of this fine group of young men. The future of soccer at St. .Andrew's looks brighter than ever.

R.J. Ray

Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat

Cross-Country 75-76

I.BedardI

19:44

(SAC Record)

2. Ebenhardt

20:53

3. Eyers

20:58

4. Lawrence

21:05

5. Beck with

21:06

6. Sifton I

21:20

7.BaunI

21:24

l.CrowB

14:57

2. Mortimers.

14:58

3. Gosal

15:15

4. Barnard

15:16

5. Omstead T.

15:19

6. Parker

15:33

7. Young U

15:44

This year's Cross-Country had its successes and failures. A big success was Mark Bedard's record run in the senior race, where he beat his closest rivals by more than a mi- nute. As usual there were a certain amount of injuries but this time there were only fifteen or twenty. Of the 340 odd people who ran only 320 finished, which gives us room for improvement next year.

1. Bruce

2. Montrose

3. Douglas

4. Wallace

41.8 41.0 40.2

1. Ramsev

2. Fourth

3. Memorial

4. Flavelle

54.5 52.8 50.1 46.0

Points are based on the average per person of all the people running.

General Knowledge Quiz

An event that would go down in the annals of his- tory: Havergal vs. St. Andrew's in a general know- ledge quiz.

The St. Andrew's team was destined to be the ones to carry back in victory the evasive Workman Memo- rial Trophy.

The evening started as the beautiful young girls from Havergal arrived at 5:00 p.m. in a chauffered limou- sine which looked somewhat akin to a school bus. After arriving, the girls were given a tour of our beautiful campus guided by the superb St. Andrew's team. After the tour the Havergal team was treated to the ultimate in cuisine, La piece de resistance of culinary delight: a St. Andrew's dinner! After the more than ample meal we set off for the arena of competition otherwise known as the Science Lecture Hall. This was the place where the two teams were to do battle!

The actual affair was definitely a black tie affair with many of the Mac House boys turned out in their No. 2 "formals".

During the first half of the contest, competition was fierce and when the half-time intermission came, Mr. Whitehead and his beautiful assistance from Haver- gal announced the score to be a tie. The second half would be the one that would tell the truth!

The atmosphere was tense dunng the second half as questions were traded back and forth between the two teams. Everyone breathed a sigh of relief when Mr. Workman announced the end of the contest.

The air was still, but when Dr. Hockin announced that St. Andrew's had won there went up an uproarious cheer. When the Havergal girls left, we thought we heard them mumble "We shall return"!

W. Stoddart

The Head Prefect:

St. Andrew's College: In the beginning, I was sorry that I came here and now. I'm sorry that I am leaving. It sort of looks like I can't win ... but I did and I will.

I was in Grade 9 at Brampton Centennial Secondarv School when I was asked whether I wanted to come to SAC. I answered with a hostile no! But my parents were persistent and my resistance finally broke down after two years. My defence was paralleled only by that of our First Football team.

I enjoyed the school in my first year but I refused to admit it. Towards the end of the year I had no inten- tion of coming back. .As the summer came. I began to think of all the people I'd met. I remember what Coach .Ackerman had said to me before I left. He told me that if it was girls I was worried about, he'd let me take out his daughter. Eventually I decided to come back and I'm glad that I did.

This year . . . what can I say except that we're number I. Our athletes brought si.x championships to the school this year, highlighted, of course b\ the triple crown. Our debating team finished second and one of the mem- bers was chosen the most outstanding high-school de- bater in Ontario. In the Photography contest that in- cluded many other ISL schools, our photographers came out on top. The winner of the Aurora Public Speaking Competition was representing S.A.C. The in- ternational relationship with Vastertorps in Sweden was furthered to a great extent. Something that is very important to note is the fact that we had more boys participating in the activities this year than any other year in the history of the school, these are but a few of the accomplishments of our school this year.

What is the purpose of St. Andrew's College ... in my opinion, a great school. It helps prepare a student to become a useful and valuable asset to soaety. The achievement of this goal is brought by four main fac- tors: Responsibility, Human Relations. Academic Edu- cation and School Spirit.

Why is spirit so important? People who have spirit care about the community. In the last couple of years. I think we saw the spirit dwindling but after this year, I am sure that we realize that it has definitely returned. The St. Andrew's College spirit was evident every- where. The support the students gave the teams tWs

year was great. The spirit in the houses was there as we could see on sports day, on the playing fields and some- times on the second floor of the Upper School houses. We had the first signs of the Ghost of the White Rocks and as Ridley found out we added a new dimension to our artistic appreciation course. Thanks to all of you we've got the spirit.

When we get out into society, we will be expected to accept responsibility to our superiors, our peers and ourselves. St. Andrew's College offers many positions of responsibility. Nobody is forced to accept these positions but if he is prepared to do so, the school can help him. To be responsible is something that a person must learn on his own. If he does not take advantage of these opportunities in his school years it is hardly likely that he will be able to discipline himself to accept them in later life. By giving people these responsibilities at a younger age. the school is helping to develop bet- ter citizens.

The academic education that a person receives here is also very commendable. The school has the best equipped Science Building as well as a top level of teaching. It is not facts and figures that we are taught here, but how to learn and how to prepare and organize ourselves. These qualities proved to be the difference between a leader and a follower.

The single most important thing that St. Andrew's gives us is an education in people. Through our rela- tionships with our fellow students and the staff we learn many things about people. First of all. that we are all different and we all have our own plus characteristics and our own minus characteristics. Secondly, that our morals, beliefs and attitudes vary greatly, having f)eo- ple from many different parts of the world. With these two factors understood, we realize that we must accept people for what they are in order to benefit from this school. We must not harp on bad characteristics but recognize good ones and hope that people do the same to us. It must be seen that everyone has their good points. It matters not whether he is a great athlete or a poor one, a great scholar or a poor one, as long as he participates actively and puts one-hundred per cent into what he does and what he believes.

Gary Lawrence

In essence, we learn to live with people. This is not only the most important thing in our small community ... it is the most important thing in our whole society.

When a problem arises, there are many people who we can turn to. There are fellow students, not neces-