Cressy had been torpedoed in the North Sea. The first cry from the ship was "How is City getting on?" League football was still the first interest of Young England in the second month of the Great War.
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Next morning we started, with Major Boyle of the Egyptian Army Staff as a "cicerone," on the long railway track f
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