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THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. The late Lt. R. A. Ritchie, avIio has fallen in action in the Persian Gulf, was educated at Sedbergli and Trinity College. Oxford. He seemed at one time likely to get his Rugby football Blue, as, after playing as a Fresher ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. Cart. W. M. Dodds, Northumberland Fusiliers, is re ported to have died at a military hospital at Posen. Earlier in the year, after the big German offensive in March, it was announced that he had been badly wounded and- ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. CAPT. W. WENN, of the Norfolk Regiment, who has fallen in action, was a well-known hockey player and legislator in East Anglia; in fact he did much to encour age the spread of the game in Norfolk. Not only did he reorganise ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. Capt. Wilfrid H. Chapman, of the 6th (Service) Batta lion of the Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment, who was killed at the Sulva Bay landing in Gallipoli, was an excellent oarsman and athlete. He helped Eton in ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. (See also p. 737.) CAPT. J. A. S. RITSON (Uppingham), who has recently been wounded, is one of the fastest forwards who played for England of recent years. He won eight English caps between 1910 and 1913, after touring ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR IT was only last August that Capt. Philip Collins, the past hon. secretary of the Hockey Association, was killed in action. Now his successor to that office, Sec.-Lt. J. A. Lovell, of the 2nd Life Guards, has given his life ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. CAPT. R. ERSKINE, RL. SCOTS FUSILIERS, who is reported wounded. He is the amateur boxer, who, when at Allan Glen's School in 1911, won the Phblic Schools' Feather weights Championship at Aldershot. Our picture, shows him ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. Capt. Cheape, of the 1st (King's Dragoon Guards), attached Worcestershire Yeomanry, who has been wounded in the Near Eastern campaign, is the famous polo player who played in the English team which brought back the cup ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. Cam. C. T. A. Wilkinson, the Surrey County cricket captain and South of England hockey player, is in hospital in London suffering' from a severe wound. He enlisted on the outbreak of war, and it is now rather more than ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. MAJOR McCLOUGHIN, who fell in action last autumn, was thirty-one years of age and was one of the best all-round sportsmen in any native regi ment in India, being a fine cricket, hockey, and tennis player. He was also an ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. LIEUT. G. HOWARD SMITH, whose death in a mili tary hospital abroad has been announced, was one of the most consistent of high-jumpers. Educated at Eton, and Trinity College, Cambridge, he became famous in amateur sport ...

THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR

... THE SPORTSMAN'S ROLL OF HONOUR. LT.-COL. LORD ROBERT MANNERS, C.M.G., D.S.O., No thumberland Fusiliers, the half-brother of the present Duke of Rutland, is unofficially announced as killed in action on the 11th inst. He served throughout the South African ...