Golden Oldies

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RMC 1956

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RMC 1976

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RMC 1956

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RMC 1992

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CMR 1969

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RRMC 1981

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RMC 1994

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6 Comments

  • 3521 C.R. Simonds

    January 7, 2019 at 1:09 pm

    Contrary to the newspaper caption, Suzanne Bell was not the first woman to parade at RMC. On a weekend in the spring of 1925 a young American lady, the guest of the Senior Under Officer (as the senior fourth-year cadet was then designated), borrowed a uniform and fell in with the cadets for lunch parade and marched with the cadet body to the Mackenzie Building where she enjoyed lunch in the NCOs room with her escort. This prank was not as well received by the College authorities as the one described above and the SUO was formally reprimanded.

  • Gerry Stowe

    January 7, 2019 at 4:16 pm

    I felt I should point out that the cartoon of the young lady who dined in Yeo Hall was drawn during the academic year 1961-62, by “Slack Mac” Mike McCavera, who changed his signature each year from Slack Mac I to Slack MacIV. He was a member of the Class of ‘62.

  • Jean Caron

    January 9, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    Mr Simond’s anecdote reminds me how we lost beer machines privileges in 1982 or 83 at CMR when 4th years cadets, celebrating the 100 days countdown at lunch time, had a female stripper wear a scarlet uniform and performed a strip tease on the head table for all to enjoy…. she did keep undees or a bikini, can’t remember… but it was for; for 5 mins… :-)

    14648. CMR 1984