The University of Saskatchewan had one of the best amateur hockey teams in the country in 1923.
Take a basement, a few tables and chairs, a couple of boards, some red plastic and what do you have? The Cellar Club, a new venture by the Student Representative Council to provide students with Sunday evening recreation.
The concept of the Glee Club originated in 18th Century England. Traditionally it was choir of men who specialized in short songs.
The Amateur Radio Club, later called VE5US, was formed during the 1956-57 academic year.
The photo shows members of the Huskies Volleyball Men’s and Women’s CIAU National Champion teams who in March 1979 became the first and only double national winners.
Pictured here is the Official Rugby Programme for the Golden Bears and Huskies match played on Oct. 15, 1938.
Intercollegiate sports in the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union expanded in the mid-1950s.
Pictured is of the first U of S intercollegiate (1911-12) hockey team
Athletics have always been a part of life at the University of Saskatchewan, and this action photo features an Interfaculty football match played in the mid-1930s.
The University of Saskatchewan’s rugby team played in the regular schedule of the Saskatchewan Rugby Union.
Though they called it rugby, the early university teams played gridiron football.
This image includes the students and staff from the Colleges of Agriculture and Arts and Science and “the theologs” (members of the university’s theological colleges) during the winter of 1912-1913.