1965 William Bill McArthur

William McArthur
Field Player  - Charter class

 ​William McArthur had one of the longest careers in the history of the game. 

He started out with the Young Toronto's club in Ontario in 1907 and finally turned professional in 1932 with the Toronto Maple Leafs. 

As goalkeeper, Bill finished his days with the Orillia Terriers Club helping them win the Mann Cup in 1934, '35, and '36. 

He was an outstanding goalkeeper who used the long stick.