Well, M. H.
Private, Canadian Field Artillery
M. H. Wells was a student at Bishop’s University studying for a Bachelor of Arts and was set to graduate in 1915. During his years at Bishop’s, he occupied many roles such as the Headmaster’s Assistant at neighbouring Bishop’s College School in 1911. He was a member of the football team for two consecutive seasons, from 1912-13 to 1913-14. In 1913-14, he became the Editor-in-Chief of The Mitre. He was the recipient of two prizes: the Prof. Vial’s prize for Greek Testament and the Vice Principal’s prize for Hebrew.
Wells was the first Bishop’s student to enter the ranks of the Canadian Field Artillery as a Private.