Item A-8823 - Percy H. Maguire - Portrait

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Percy H. Maguire - Portrait

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  • 1920 (Creation)

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2 negatives : b&w ; 6 x 6 cm

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Head and shoulders image of Percy Maguire, Law student.

Bio/Historical Note: Percy Hathaway Maguire, a graduate of Nutana Collegiate in Saskatoon, enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan (BA 1921; LLB 1924) in 1917. After serving in the First World War, he was a member of the Huskies football team from 1917-1920 and the basketball team from 1917-1924, winning the Rigby Trophy as Western Intercollegiate basketball champions in 1924. On the track, Maguire excelled in the 440-yard run and the hurdles, setting university records in both events. Following graduation he was instrumental in organizing the University Grads basketball team. He was president of the Athletic Directorate in 1920-1921 and returned as alumni representative on the Men's Athletic Board in 1936. Maguire was admitted to the Bar in 1924 and practiced law almost continuously in Saskatoon until 1962, when he was appointed to the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, a position he held until 1974. During the Second World War, he served for a time as acting city solicitor in Saskatoon. Maguire died in Regina in 1984.

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Photographer: Steele

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See B-413 for original photograph.

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