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Milton Harradence, a native of Prince Albert, enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan (L.L.B., 1949) in 1945.
An outstanding middleweight boxer, Milton was on the intervarsity boxing team for three years. He led the University to two Intervarsity Assault-at-Arms victories.
In tennis, Milton competed at both the interfaculty and intervarsity level. He captured singles and doubles titles while representing the University. In 1946-47, he was part of the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union championship team that travelled to McGill University in Montreal for the unofficial Canadian university championship.
Milton was a Calgary alderman from 1957-59, president of the Calgary Bar Association in 1960 and the leader of the PC party in Alberta between 1962-64. In 1975, he was named one of Canada's top lawyers by Canadian Magazine. He served as judge with Alberta's Court of Appeal from 1979 to 1997.