Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Hugh Andrew Montagu Allan,, , of Ravenscrag in Montreal's Golden Square Mile. He was the principal heir of his father, Sir Hugh Allan, and became deputy chairman of the family-owned Allan Steamship Line. He was president of several major Canadian financial institutions and the Montreal General Hospital. He co-founded and was president of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Montreal. In 1942, he and his wife donated their home, Ravenscrag, to the McGill University Faculty of Medicine, when it became known as the Allan Memorial Institute. He is best remembered as a sportsman who donated the Allan Cup, the trophy that is still awarded today to the Canadian men's amateur ice hockey champions.