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31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY SOCIALISTS' POLITICAL BIAS TAKEN TO "TRAGIC LIMITS"

DERBY SOCIALISTS' POLITICAL BIAS TAKEN TO "TRAGIC LIMITS"

PUBLIC NOT CONSIDERED SPIRIT OF DESPAIR IN AIR-RAID NEGLECT A MAN who said that he held Labour views seconded the resolution of supports for Mrs. M. M. G. Wells, the Conservative candidate for Litchurch Ward in the municipal elections, at meeting in Reginald-street Schools, Derb
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY NOMADS AGAIN SUCCESSFUL IN WEDNESDAY LEAGUE

DERBY NOMADS AGAIN SUCCESSFUL IN WEDNESDAY LEAGUE

WON EVERY MATCH WELCOME VICTORY FOR CO-OP. TEAM POLICE SUCCESS two occasions Derby Co-op, in the Wednesday League, have had a score against them, and also a in the medals. This week, in securing their second win of the season, they had the pleasure recording a —1- against Wednes
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO-MORROW'S RACE CARDS

TO-MORROW'S RACE CARDS

TAKES (handicap) of □l quarter - N ftv Ca, ter3 4 W» tona 9 1 A.Vl*f*T & J Jarvis 8 4 C 8 • 3 11 Conn With 9 -u n* C ,8 " >- With 7-8 1,1,1 to ?0 12 <B l2 ' " " ,'f 3) -. "0 7 " • Oct. 4. .J! a ced to UER,TA (7-7)- With lyi " Torct '0 b,''AT 'nd. i|uj. Lingfield g UGHT TACKLE -
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
YOUNG A SUCCESS

YOUNG A SUCCESS

THIRD BACK" METHODS IN INTER-LEAGUE GAME The Football League's experiment to the ••third back" theory was carried out yesterday at Ibrox Park when the English side drew 2-2 with the Scottish League. , ... .lack Barker, the Rams' centre-half, and probably the most brilliant attac
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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AMBERGATE CRICKET

AMBERGATE CRICKET

. The annual general meeting of t. Ambergate Cricket Club was held in the Hurt Anns Hotel, on Tuesday night, when the balance sheet was presented. The club has a balance in hand of It was decided to remain the Derby and District League, and Ihe annual dinner was fixed for Januar
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY AND DIST. BADMINTON LEAGUE

DERBY AND DIST. BADMINTON LEAGUE

Mixed Division 4TCH L.M.3. "B" v. CABBACE PATCH Played Litchurch-lane, L.M.S*. CabbfgT Patch won by five rubbers to four games to 10, 263 aces to 270. Details:—- ~. „ S. E. Walker-Smith and J- '« fL.M.S.) lost to R. Bryn-Oweii and Todd. 13—15. 15—5. 12—15 : boat J. WW« and .Mrs.
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SPORTS GOSSIP FROM TOWN AND COUNTY

SPORTS GOSSIP FROM TOWN AND COUNTY

A CLEVER display their young forward line enabled Derby County Colts gain a 3—l victory over Moor Green, a Birmingham amateur team, which included L. C. Thornton and H. Payne, the two Derbyshire amateurs, at the Baseball Ground yesterday afternoon. The home team, who had the ass
31 October 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Burton Councillor's Death.—Councillor F. J. Waring, a member of the Burton Town Council, died at his home, 22, Morley' Hill,

Burton Councillor's Death.—Councillor F. J. Waring, a member of the Burton Town Council, died at his home, 22, Morley' Hill,

Horninglaw, to-day, at the age 69. For 43 years he was a schoolteacher in the town, and retired in 1930
12 September 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MORE ROAD DEATHS SECOND WORST WEEK OF YEAR the week which included August Bank Holiday be excepted, the deaths which

MORE ROAD DEATHS SECOND WORST WEEK OF YEAR the week which included August Bank Holiday be excepted, the deaths which

occurred on the roads last week exceeded those for any seven days total since the first week of this year. The number for the August Bank Holiday week was 161, but each of the three following weeks showed a substantial decline, until the deaths fell to 124. Last week, however, t
12 September 1935 - Derby Daily Telegraph - Derby, Derbyshire, England