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McCarthy, Leighton '62 - Squash

Leighton was captain of Ridley's squash and tennis teams, played on First Cricket for two years and won the D.A. Wood Memorial Trophy for bowling. After graduation, he continued to pursue athletic endeavours as a member of the Canadian Colts cricket team and the University of Toronto Varsity squash team, serving as captain and playing with Ridley classmate and fellow inductee, Frank Buck ’62.
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