Correspondence with William Y. Hunter
1915 correspondence regarding a request by W. Y. Hunter to act as an assistant in English during Reginald Bateman's absence. Murray talks about the notion of making physical training compulsory on all students, and suggests 45 minute drills for those interested in preparation for further calls to the front. By 1916, William Hunter has become a Captain, and then a Major with the 203rd Battalion (later merged with the 144th). Recruitment discussed. Interestingly, his wife came to England with him.
University Library, University of Saskatchewan
President's Office fonds - W. C. Murray
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