Born in 1910 (some sources claim 1912, but because his playing career started in 1927, 1910 is more likely) ... Was 20 when the Quakers took the ice … Played with the Kenora Thistles of the Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League and the Weyburn Beavers of the Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League from 1927 through 1930 ... Tried out for the Quakers in early November … Philadelphia Inquirer said that Webster and young defenseman Tom Cowan had the size, pep, and shots, but inexperience led them to play the puck instead of watch their man ... Webster played in one game with the Quakers … Was credited with no goals, assists, or penalty minutes ... Which game Webster appeared in could not be absolutely determined from newspaper accounts ... Philadelphia’s 5-2 loss in Ottawa December 4 is likely (the French newspaper La Patrie, published in Montreal, listed Webster as a spare in that contest, though the Philadelphia Inquirer and Toronto Globe did not name him) … Also played 12 games for the Weyburn Beavers of the SSHL in 1930-31 (nine goals, two assists) ... Suspended by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association for this tryout with the pros, but was later reinstated … Quakers put him at the NHL’s disposal on September 26, 1931, but in 1931-32 he played 23 games for the Fredricton Capitals of the NBSHL (senior hockey), producing 15 goals and 6 assists … Next played for the Moncton Hawks …Only other NHL service was with the 1934-35 Montreal Maroons, the eventual Stanley Cup champions ... Played with the Maroons early in the season, so did not see any playoff action ... Played four games (no goals, assists, or penalty minutes) ... M.J. Rodden wrote in the October 19, 1934 Toronto Globe that Webster was “speedy” but was a player “whom some say will not shine in the monied ranks” … Moved on to Windsor, Spokane, Portland, and Wichita ... Final year in hockey: 1945-46, with the PCHL Portland Eagles (nine goals, 21 assists in 57 games) ... Died at age 89 in 1999, just two months short of the year 2000 … Webster the last of the Quakers to pass away.