'The War Toll'

A. McArthur and S. Langford were casualties at the Dardanelles
A. McArthur and S. Langford were casualties at the Dardanelles  

Leader – Sat 19th of June, 1915, page 22.

THE WAR TOLL.

The casualties amongst lacrosse players at the Dardanelles are again heavy, and, in addition to those previously mentioned, S. Langford, of the Canterbury club, and Alexander McArthur, of the Maribyrnong club, have given their lives in the great and noble cause. The wounded include the names of J. Gerrard (Brighton Presbyterians) L. G. Campbell and C. L. Hutton (Kooyong), P. Cocks and J. V. Woods, of the Williamstown club.

FURTHER ENLISTMENTS

The additional enlistments notified are S. Laucer and D. Stewart (Canterbury), L. Craig (Carlton C.C.), A. Totton (Kooyong), J. L. Relph H, Greenaway and Gerald Onians (M.C.C.), l. Beattie and - Page (Malvern), W. Love and A. Bradley (Maribyrnong), and H. Ponsford (South Yarra). 'The Lacrosse Association is to be congratulated upon the alacrity with which its members are taking the places of their comrades who have dropped out of the ranks.

Lest We Forget.

 

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