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Armed Forces Officers Inspect Honour Roll

Clarence A. Cook, Air Vice-Marshal, Eng '33 and Educ '34 (left), inspects the honour roll in the main lounge of the Memorial Union Building when he visited the campus in October. Standing: F/O Doug Stark, Eng '54; W/C John L. Berven, Eng '35; and W/C R.A. (Bob) Rennie, professor of psychology and commanding officer of the RCAF Reserve university Squadron.

Victory Circle - Fort San

Captioned: Victory Circle.
Image displays a large group of men in uniform standing with 6 women on the front steps of the Fort San administration building.

William Yeates Hunter - Portrait

Portrait of William Yeates Hunter in uniform with hat and a riding crop.

Bio/Historical Note: Major (Manitoba Regiment) William Yeates Hunter (b.1868) of Saskatoon was KIA 19180928 and is buried at Reninghelst New military cemetery southwest of Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. He was the son of Dr. William Frith Hunter and came from Margate, Kent, England, to homestead on NW21-49-4-W3, west of Shellbrook. Hunter served more than 13 years in the British Army and was with the 8th Kings (Liverpool) Regiment in the South African War. Hunter completed a BA at the University of Saskatchewan in 1915 and was a professor of English when he enlisted at Winnipeg, Manitoba, early the next year, leaving a wife Ethel Helen later of Montréal, Québec. Hunter was serving as an area commandant of part of liberated Belgium when he was killed (most likely by enemy bombs).