Golden Oldies

 

RMC 1966

 

RMC 1988

 

RMC 1983

 

RMC 1957

 

RMC 1996

 

RMC 1954

 

RMC 1972

 

RMC 1983

 

RMC 1974

 

RMC 1946

 

RMC 1978

 

RMC 1954

 

CMR 1972

 

RMC 1988

 

RMC 1985

 

RRMC 1995

 

RMC 1961

 

RMC 1978

 

RMC 1975

 

RMC 1974

 

RMC 1966

 

RMC 1985

 

RMC 1990

 

RMC 1969

 

RMC 1974

 

RMC 1983

 

RMC 1970

 

RMC 2002

 

CMR 1968

 

RMC 1987

 

RMC 1963

 

RMC 1990

 

RMC 1972

 

RMC 1954

 

RMC 1999

 

RMC 1988

 

CMR 1968

 

RMC 1992

 

RMC 1972

 

RMC 1962

 

RMC 1969

 

RMC 1999

 

CMR 1972

 

RMC 1975

 

RMC 1983

 

RMC 1996

 

RMC 1958

 

RMC 1992

 

RMC 1992

 

RMC 1954

 

RMC 2001

 

RMC 1978

 

5 Comments

  • Mike Smith

    August 28, 2017 at 9:59 am

    I finally saw myself in one of these Golden Oldies! I’m in the 1985 Drama Club photo, third from the left in the back row. :)

  • Peter Hoes

    August 28, 2017 at 10:33 am

    Love the Golden Oldies series especially any that date from the 1970-1974 time frame when I was at RMC. That said, I believe that the rep football team shown above in the photo “RMC 1972” is in fact from the 1972 team from CMR. None of those players was on the RMC 1972 team of which I was a member but I did play with a number of them when they came to RMC for their third and fourth years.

  • Pete Edwards

    August 28, 2017 at 10:55 am

    Pete Hoes is correct. The label for RMC 1970 football is really the 1972 team and the CMR 1972 should be 1971. I’m in both photos.

  • Juri Kasemets, P.Eng. 7290 class of 1967

    August 28, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    I’ve often wondered how the Cakewalk started (perhaps I knew back then) and what caused its demise. I do remember that we succeeded in our recruit year and weren’t successful in our second year. (Remember that my memories are 50+ years old.) The thoughts of trying to stop a speeding pickup truck (the recruits had rented a truck and had managed to get the cake to the truck) still haunt me. However, the Cakewalk does have some significance. In our senior year one of our classmates was caught with liquor. Others then wrote to the senior staff to tell them that in the absence of a Senior Year Mess that that was also a tradition. We got our mess – the little room off Yeo Hall used by sports teams for late meals.
    That is where I developed my lifelong taste for Drambuie. One spring day I was heading back to the Frigate when I was stopped by a classmate because he needed the key to the New Gym so that he and his girl could play badminton! In those days small sports cars were popular (seniors could get their cars at spring break). Since there wasn’t room for me I jumped on the hood of his car for the ride across the Parade Square. I ended up in front of the Staff Adj – but that’s another story.