Lt Colonel Clive Wilfred Salter QC was in the Hill from 1915 and was made a Prefect. He went up to New College before being called to the Bar, later taking silk.
The post war years saw him in Kenya as a most successful advocate in the Kenya Courts, and he was elected to public office. He was also Chairman of the Muthaiga Country Club for many years. Writing in the 1991 Yearbook, Sir Michael Blundell provided a pen picture of many OWs in Kenya throughout the 20th century, and concluded none too seriously that “in later life [Salter] was immensely corpulent and toiled until his death maintaining a succession of broken marriages”!
He was Worshipful Deputy Master in 1938, and stayed on for a second year as the war clouds turned into the real thing.
He served as a Territorial Officer, who served largely with the ACF.