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THE TRAVELLER TELLS LEAGUE PUN FOR ALL-IN CUP TOURNEY

THE TRAVELLER TELLS LEAGUE PUN FOR ALL-IN CUP TOURNEY

JN Glasgow next week league clubs will meet to discuss the Management Committee's cup proposals. The scheme, if accepted, will embrace only those league cluljs actively'engaged the moment. Unlike the S.F.A. War Emergency Competition,” it will be run on national lines, with clubs
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MANCHESTER

MANCHESTER

Monday.—l2.o—Cyppo (nap). 12.30—Antipas. I.o—Swlltaure. I.3o—Celtic Hover. 2.0 Soltord. 2.3o— Snow Shed. PLUMPTON. Monday.—l2.o—Vauxgar. 12.30—Starleta (nap)
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Celts On The Up And Up j Rangers’

Celts On The Up And Up j Rangers’

Celts On The Up And Up Rangers’ How They Fought For This Point! CELTIC, 2; MOTHERWELL, 2. A PARKHEAD draw full of prizes—and surprises. Funny goals and phoney goals. And to add to the festive side we had young Lynch in a most benevolent mood. If all the fouls given away by him we
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
I HIBS BEST YET

I HIBS BEST YET

HIBS BEST YET ST BERNARDS. 1; HIBERNIAN, 6. Scorers : —St Bernards —Philp (58 rnin.); Hibs —Hall (pen., 10 min.), Birse min.),- Kean (37 rnin.), Nutley (38 min.), Gilmartiu (68 mm.), Cuthbertson (84 min.). THE second member of the Walker family entered into Scottish football yest
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NGLiNG SAINTS

NGLiNG SAINTS

OHNSTONE. 2; KING’S PARK. margin by no means indicates how •huch better Saints were—in spite of the ?g backs’ brilliant work. In the first kept play in the King’s Park end hour, but missed chance after Were pretty enough outfield, but when jjAto finishing it was another story. i
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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DUNDEE GOT THE GOAL BREAKS

DUNDEE GOT THE GOAL BREAKS

DUNDEE, 3; ABERDEEN, I. (Half-time —1-0.) Scorers; —Dundee —Coats (44 and 57 min.),Adam (84 min.). Aberdeen—Ferguson (81 min.). A BERDEEN’S display was a wraith of former New Year needle tussle. Likewise the gate.” Dundee won with ease, though their first two goals were more har
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
POOLS Greyhounds COWDENBEATH

POOLS Greyhounds COWDENBEATH

The Blade, 6-4; non-runners Glenamoy and Wee Nancy. Pedro, evens, beat All Alone. Ta Ta, 6-4 (fav.); non-runner—Wee Nancy. Wee Wonder, evens (lav.); non-runner—Dougal. Baby Billie, 31; non-runner —Good Sport. Park View, 5-1. Mira Mar, 4-1; non-runner—Steamboat, My Pal, 4-6 (lav.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A (Sm6 Ni'iu

A (Sm6 Ni'iu

A Ni'iu mi m KEEP SMILING, CHEERFUL.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WELL AND HALE fpar

WELL AND HALE fpar

WELL AND HALE Ul § «9*
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OUTLOOK

OUTLOOK

IMBER 31, 1939.
31 December 1939 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland