• John F. “Jack” Stewart

    John Francis “Jack” Stewart is a name synonymous with sport and recreation, particularly football in Saskatchewan and Canada for over 50 years. Jack played guard for the Ottawa Rough Riders during the 1933 and 1934 seasons.  After World War II, Read more →

  • Shepherd

    Thomas “Tom” Shepherd

    Regina born Tom Shepherd has never put on a uniform for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, but he has been one of the most valuable players for the team over the years. Tom’s commitment to the team and efforts to raise funds Read more →

  • Preston Ken

    Kenneth “Ken” Preston

    Ken Preston played with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as a fullback, and helped the Bombers to win the 1941 Grey Cup. In 1946, Ken was back in Regina, and devoted the next ten years as a part-time manager of the Read more →

  • Phillips Kent

    Kent Phillips

    Kent Phillips played football for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.  Upon graduation, he was appointed Associate Professor at the university and continued his involvement with football as the coach of the Huskies. Kent became heavily involved in the work of 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 →

  • McDonald Don

    Donald “Don” McDonald

    Don McDonald is most closely associated with the Saskatoon Hilltops, but junior football players across Western Canada should be thankful for his efforts. Saskatoon born, McDonald began his involvement with the Hilltops as an athlete from 1951-1952. More than 20 Read more →

  • Livingstone Scotty

    R.C. “Scotty” Livingstone

    Prior to the Second World War, Scotty Livingstone played junior hockey for the Regina Abott Generals, and attended the New York Rangers Hockey Camp.  Unfortunately due to a serious war disability, Mr. Livingstone’s playing days were over. Coaching hockey and Read more →

  • Don King

    Don King played three years of Regina Intercollegiate Football League before joining the Regina Junior Dales, Western Canadian Junior Champions in 1939. In 1940, this lineman began a six-year involvement with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a player, coach and administrator. Read more →

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    Donald “Don” Kent

    Don was introduced to the game of football as a high school athlete. In 1959 he began coaching with Queen City Minor Football but after a few years, picked up a whistle to become a football official.  From 1962 to Read more →

  • Dojack Paul

    Paul Dojack

    As a youth, Paul Dojack was instrumental in the formation of the Dales Athletic Club, an organization that spawned many sports teams, but most notably the Regina Dales Football Club. He coached the team to four consecutive Western Canadian Junior Read more →

  • Currie Gordon

    Gordon Currie, C.M.

    Gordon Currie is noted as one of the most successful amateur coaches in our country. In a career that spanned 26 years, Currie coached the Balfour Tech Football Team to eight provincial titles, six of which were in succession. He Read more →

  • Leddy Jack

    Dr. John “Jack” Leddy

    Jack Leddy’s principal contribution has been as an administrator and developer of the game of golf. On the local scene, Dr. Leddy was instrumental in the encouragement and development of high school and junior golf in Saskatchewan. Dr. Leddy was Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Arn

    Robert “Bob” Arn was born in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. Although he played only a year of organized amateur football he is considered one of the outstanding builders of the game. In 1940 he began his lengthy coaching career at City Park Read more →

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    Roy “Sandy” Archer

    Football’s “Dean of Trainers” was born in Moose Jaw. His work began in physiotherapy in 1946. Six years later he started his long affiliation with athletic teams when he began working for the Regina Pats. For 14 years he was Read more →

  • Dennis Adkin Profile

    Dennis Adkin

    Ski administrator and builder, Dennis Adkin, was born June 5, 1919 at Monitor, Alberta. His first pair of skis was made at the local creamery, the ends turned up by steam. After World War II, he went to London, ON Read more →