Clifford "Porky" Hulme
Porky Hulme has been involved with softball for 45 years as a player and a coach. He played on 10 city championship teams, 10 provincial championship clubs and one Western Canadian championship team. In 1942, while stationed in Victoria, he helped a Navy team win the B.C. championship. Porky has had two special nights held in his honour in 1953, after 20 years of contribution to softball, and once again in 1963.
He has also been a coach and assistant coach for many years and helped coach the Saskatoon Imperials in 1970 to the Canadian Senior Women's title. He was an assistant coach for the Saskatoon Jacks from 1973 to 1980.
An all-around athlete, Porky was a very talented hockey player. In the spring of 1930, he helped Princess Alexandra to the Saskatoon public school championship. He moved up to the Saskatoon Wesley midgets, then to the junior squad and also played in Prince Albert and Regina. He coached hockey in Swift Current, Victoria BC, and Saskatoon.