• McCool Charles

    Charles “Charlie” McCool

    The Wesley hockey team was started as a hockey club for the boys of St. Thomas Wesley Church. Under Charles “Charlie” McCool’s guidance, they represented the City of Saskatoon in the juvenile and junior divisions from 1924 to 1953.  The Read more →

  • Chesley “Ches” Anderson

    Ches Anderson of Saskatoon is known as one of Saskatchewan’s most successful wrestling coaches. Serving at the University of Saskatchewan, he developed champion wrestlers for nearly two decades; his teams captured the Canada West University title five time between 1959 Read more →

  • Richard “Hammy” Hammond

    Hammy, as he was called by friends, qualified to represent Canada at both the 1912 and the 1920 Olympic Games.  However, on both occasions another athlete was selected to attend the Games. At the provincial level, Hammond captured the all-round Read more →

  • Ethel Catherwood

    Ethel Catherwood won Canadian and Ontario championships in track and field events, notably in the javelin, but it was the high jump at which she excelled. She was also known for her physical beauty and she gained the nickname of Read more →

  • Herbert R. Larson

    Herbert served as director and president of the Saskatoon Figure Skating Club and as vice-president and president of the Canadian Figure Skating Association between the years of 1937 and 1967. Herb was a judge of figure skating, achieving gold standing, Read more →

  • Kathleen (Rollo) Seaman

    Kathleen Seaman held the Saskatoon and provincial age group titles in diving from 1964 to 1969 (ages 13 to 18) and was open champion for the one and three-metre boards between 1967 and 1972. Between 1967 and 1972, Kathy entered Read more →

  • Warner Clair

    Clair Warner

    Clair Warner played juvenile football in 1919 and junior football from 1920 to 1924.  In 1925, Clair Warner joined the Regina Roughriders, beginning a career that spanned eight years and included four Grey Cup appearances. Retiring from the playing field Read more →

  • Reed George

    George Reed, C.M., S.O.M.

    George Reed played college football at Washington State and turned professional at age 21 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  As a professional, George amassed a number of records, the most impressive of which are: most yards gained while rushing (16,116); the Read more →

  • Milne Howie

    Howie Milne

    Howie Milne played junior hockey from 1919 to 1923 and during this period played on 4 provincial championship teams.  In 1927 and 1928, he coached the Regina Monarchs and won the Memorial Cup.  He then began refereeing and in 1933, Read more →

  • Lancaster Ron

    Ronald “Ron” Lancaster

    Ron played college football at Wittenburg College, Ohio. After college, Ron was signed by the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League (CFL) In 1963, Ron Lancaster came to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  Ron held CFL records for most yards Read more →