Source: February 1917 War Diary
HORACE ROY MACINTYRE
Your presence will be sun in winter.
Horace was born in Kincardine, twenty-six years
ago. At High School, Horace developed a tenacious
memory and skill in hockey and other sports.
While yet young he entered a bank, but learned
that the Medical profession had need of him and
answered the call. We remember well his skit as
“Miss Sunshine” of Daffodil night, and his patients
will not want for a cheery greeting or a good story
Source: Torontonenis, 1914. Page 121.
DR. HORACE MacINTYRE, aged 65, chief medical advisor to the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey club, died in St. Joseph’s Hospital, Toronto, on February 2 . A native of Kincardine, Ont., he was a graduate of the medical school of the University of Toronto. Active in sports from childhood, he managed several of the college’s junior hockey teams. Dr. MacIntyre served overseas as a battalion medical officer in World War 1. On his return he was in charge of the chest clinic at the Christie Street Military Hospital and thousands of veterans passed through his office. Later he went to Sunnybrook Hospital in the same capacity and after his retirement from there he remained active as consultant in chest cases. He was associated with St. Joseph’s Hospital for 30 years. He is survived by his widow, a daughter and a son.
Source: Canada M.A.J. April 1954. Vol. 70. Page 479.