FORMER ALL BLACK HURT.
KNOCKED DOWN BY CAR.
[BY TELEGRAM.—OWN CORRESPONDENT.] DUNEDIN, Tuesday.
As the result of an accident at Queenstown the principal of McGlashan College, Mr. Colin Gilray, who is a former Rhodes scholar, All Black and Scottish international threequarfer, received a severe fracture of the left ankle. As the engine of his motor-car would not start, lie commenced to push the car, and it ran backwards across the road. In an effort to stop it Mr. Gilray wbs knocked down and one of the wheels passed over his ankle.
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FORMER ALL BLACK HURT., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 20973, 9 September 1931
FORMER ALL BLACK HURT. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXVIII, Issue 20973, 9 September 1931
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