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Old Boys who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.
Lieutenant Donald Ryerson MacDonald ’10
Died: August 16, 1917
Lieut. D. R. Macdonald was at U.C.C. 1907-1910; he is the youngest of three brothers carrying commissions, sons of Mr. Frank E. Macdonald, Rowanwood Ave., Toronto; he received his commission two years ago, but reverted to the ranks in his eagerness to get to the front; he went overseas with a machine gun section and was transferred to a trench mortar battery; after nine months of service at the front he was promoted to a lieutenancy; he was killed in action Aug. 26, aged 19 years.
College Times (Christmas 1917) pg. 14
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