Earle Parkhill Scarlett, physician (b at High Bluff, Man 27 June 1896; d at Calgary 14 June 1982). He received his BA from U Man in 1916 and then served in WWI with the Canadian Machine Gun Corps, was gassed in 1917 and severely wounded in 1918. After medical studies at U of T and practice in the US, he joined the Calgary Associate Clinic in 1930 and was a leading Calgary physician until he retired in 1958. A writer of elegance, he was author of over 450 papers, a collection of which, edited by C.G. Roland, was published as In Sickness and in Health (1972). A man of culture, he was chancellor of U of A, 1952-58. His honours include doctorates from U of T, U of A and U of Calgary; he was one of the most respected Canadians of his time.