1946– 1950 University of Toronto, School of Practical Science
George H. Cuthbertson, the first C in C&C Yachts, my Dad, was not mechanically inclined at all. I never knew him to fix anything mechanical ever, yet he was a mechanical engineer. Just after the war, all war veterans were offered free education, this caused a surge in students at the U of T and the University converted a munitions factory in Ajax for the S.P.S. G.H.C. was there for his first two years of his degree with some of those veterans.
By university, a good student will focus on their studies, I ‘m not sure but Dad was focused also on
Sports: sailing. Commodore U of T Sailing Club, Intercollegiate Champion Sailing Team
Leisure activities: sailing.
Thesis:, The Aerodynamics of Sails.
In one of the attached photos is R.B. Hague, I knew him as Rabbit. Sailed with him on Red Jacket. Ian Morch, who played a significant role in C&C was also a classmate.
His year book said “Future – Obscure and undecided”