• Ron Woolgar

    Ronald “Ron” Woolgar

    Ron Woolgar competed in pistol shooting championships at the provincial level between 1961 and 1971. He won the indoor provincial title eight times and placed second three times. Woolgar won the Provincial Outdoor Pistol Shooting Championship seven times, and in Read more →

  • Clarence Garvie

    Clarence “Gar” Garvie

    Clarence Garvie was a teacher, administrator and coach in Saskatoon for over 30 years. He starred as an athlete during his years at the University of Saskatchewan and was a member of eight varsity teams to win a major athletic 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 →

  • Joanne Goulet

    Joanne Goulet started playing golf at the age of 14. She entered and won her first provincial tournament in 1949. At 16 years of age she was the youngest golfer in the Canadian championships. Since 1951, Joanne has won 19 Read more →

  • Ron Atchison

    Ron Atchison started off his football career with the Saskatoon Hilltops of the Canadian Junior Football League and played with them from 1947-49 before deciding to voluntarily tryout for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. After an impressive tryout Atchison joined the team Read more →