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Old Boys who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.
Captain Alan Pratt MacLean ’13
Died: March 18, 1918
Captain Alan (Lally) P. Maclean was at U.C.C. from 1906-1913, he enlisted in September 1914, while attending Toronto University, with the 48th Highlanders and in the spring of 1915 was transferred to the 20th Battalion. He went overseas in May 1915, and trained in Sandling Camp until September 15th of the same year, when he went to France as Signalling Officer and was in the trenches for eleven months.
He then joined the R.A.F., but, owing to sickness was invalided to Perkins Bull Hospital, near London. He rejoined the R.A.F., and was flying until April 18th, when he was reported missing.
On May 25th, he was reported killed in action. It is believed that he was killed while in the air. Captain Lally Maclean, while at U.C.C. took a great interest in cricket and was on the first team in 1912 and 1913. His brother, Captain Gerald A. Maclean is an old boy of U.C.C. and is on active service in the R.A.F. Word has just been received by his parents that he has had an air crash and been seriously injured.
College Times (Summer 1918) pg. 19-20
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