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Fast Bowlers Open Sportsmen's Attack
Barney O'Shaughnessy, former East Perth fast bowler, is ready to join in the collective enlistment proposed by Ron Halcombe, Claremont fast bowler.
Barney is in Wiluna, wait
ing for the call. Several other leading sportsmen are willing to join up. This morning .the organiser (Ron Halcombe) mentioned that he had received the names of many outstand ing players of both State and inter state reputation. George Evans, interstate baseballer, has nominated for enlistment with other sportsmen. Mt. Lawley's medium fast bowler, Arthur Cambridge, is another whose name appears on the list while Ron Ford, former State tennis champion, is also willing. His partner, Bill Lynnett, popular
BONNER FOR AIR FORCE hockey player, would go with the team. Dual secretary of Swan Districts Football Club and Bassendean Cricket Club, Ray Leth bridge, has offered to join up. State No. 1 tennis player, Max Conner, has applied for admis- . sion to the R.A.A.F. and has been warned to appear for lus medical examination on Saturday morn ing. Numerous other sportsmen have signified their intention of enlisting.