Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. WAlly McArthur (born 1933 - ?) was an Aboriginal Australian Rugby league player and athlete. HE was a member of the Indigenous Australian Rugby League Team of the Century.DEtails of his life and career have been subject to controversy.MCArthur was born in 1933 in Borroloola, Northern Territory According to Rugby league historian Sean Fagan, McArthur moved to Adelaide in the early 1950s and became a noted short-distance runner. MCArthur was also interested in playing Australian Rules Football, but was denied this because of a "colour bar". FAgan and controversial Australian journalist John Pilger have claimed that McArthur was not selected for the Australian track team at the 1952 Summer Olympics because of racial discrimination, but this has been disputed.