"The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees football team announced yesterday that Falconer has established the Gilbert-Fraser- Morrison scholarship, a $2,000 entrance bursary awarded annually to a La Salle graduate (the first option) or a Kingston-based grad with an average of 80% or better. The award, named after former La Salle basketball coach Doug Fraser, football coach Bob Morrison and one-time Gee- Gees football coach Don Gilbert, is the first entrance scholarship in the 109-year history of the football program at Ottawa.A huge thanks is owed to The Whig sports editor Mike Koreen for expanding on uOttawa's initial release.
" 'I wanted to give back to the Kingston area as I still consider it my hometown,' said Falconer, who went on to win a Vanier Cup with the Gee-Gees in 1975 and a Grey Cup with the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1976 as a defensive back." — Kingston Whig-Standard
(Personal note: One of the long-time coaches at La Salle Secondary is Kim Latourell, whose spouse was my elementary school French teacher. She used to joke about it apropos that her husband coach football, since their last name sounds like "lateral.")
La Salle graduate establishes scholarship; Bursary to be awarded by Ottawa Gee-Gees (Mike Koreen, Kingston Whig-Standard)