was known as a fierce competitor and one of the best centres in the game. He started playing minor lacrosse in Fergus, Ontario, and moved to Owen Sound to play lacrosse and hockey in 1941. He played on five consecutive Mann Cup championships - in Owen Sound in 1950 and in Peterborough for the next four years. He participated in ten Mann Cup finals winning six times, the last being in 1966 when he was 4'. During his long career, Mason scored over 450 goals and '00 assists. He also coached and found time to referee after his retirement.