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EDDIE PHILLIPS EXPLAINS

EDDIE PHILLIPS EXPLAINS

BUT BOXING BOARD'S DECISION KEPT SECRET. Stewards of the British Boxing Board of (Control listened at a meeting in London yosterday to Eddie Phillips' version of his fight with Len Harvey in which he was disqualified in the fourth round at Harringay last week. In accordance with
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STRATHMORE C.C.'S NEW PROFESSIONAL

STRATHMORE C.C.'S NEW PROFESSIONAL

H. C. GRAHAM, FORMERLY OF LEICESTERSHIRE Strathmore Cricket Club, Forfar, have secured the services of Harry' C. Graham as professional for next season. The new professional is 25 years of age, and in seasons 1936 and 1937 was one of the leading players in Leicestershire. Standi
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EAST FIFE CHAMPION BEATEN

EAST FIFE CHAMPION BEATEN

Feature St Andrews and District Billiards League match between St Andrews Conservatives and All Saints was the points defeat W. Lindsay, East Fife champion, by F. Jannetta. St Andrews Golf Club staged a fine revival by defeating Students' Union. League positions axe: —St Andrew*
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BADMINTON.

BADMINTON.

COMPANY 5/7 th BTN. GORDON HIGHLANDERS defeated LAURENCEKIRK by 5 rubbers to 4, 11 games to 10, and 232 points to 252 in a Kincardineshire League game in the Drill Hall, Stonehaven. Details: —D. Taylor and Miss Main (Gordons) beat L. S. Petrie and Miss I>. Murray, 15-8, 15-7; lo
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
CRAWLEY AND PADGHAM WIN AGAIN

CRAWLEY AND PADGHAM WIN AGAIN

In a 36 holes foursome at Addington, Surrey, yesterday, Leonard Crawley and Alf. Padgham beat Brig.-General A. C. Critchley and Alf. Perry by five and four after being three up at the end of the first round. In similar match recently over the same course Crawley and Padgham wop
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MASONIC INSTALLATION AT TAYPORT

MASONIC INSTALLATION AT TAYPORT

Tayport St Michael's Masonic Lodge held their installation and Festival of St John in the Masonic Hall. Installing master was Bro. G. B. Irons, P.G.S., S.M., of Lodge Union, Newport, assisted by Bro. P.M. J. Milne. Office-bearers are:—R.W.M., W. Coss; 1.P.M., W. Norrie; D.M., D.
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
“Black Out” Lasts For Two Days

“Black Out” Lasts For Two Days

r iP /tbe,V>' ! The Craigs district' without light last out which paralyse _ Thursday. M cssr^-b*^: u f\.; A large bakery fi.' t0 J Sons, had to re f , theij rn endeavour to get 1 . 0 !l Bailie James ar ' j a y • that many bakers j j,e 1 bake bread han<•. all d-b rea get only tw
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WELL-KNOWN ARBROATH MAN DEAD 36 YEARS IN BUSINESS IN TOWN. a welj-known „d highly-esteemed of Mr" Wu" PaSSe<l aWay th

WELL-KNOWN ARBROATH MAN DEAD 36 YEARS IN BUSINESS IN TOWN. a welj-known „d highly-esteemed of Mr" Wu" PaSSe<l aWay th

liani High, 5 Havswell Road, who was for 36 years in business in the town as watch maker and jeweller. A native of Dundec, he was the eldest son of Mr John High, bootmaker, Wellgate. Going to Arbroath, he started business there on his own account in 1891 in premises at 212 High
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
POACHER FINED £5, GOES TO PRISON

POACHER FINED £5, GOES TO PRISON

Fined sums totalling £5 at Perth Sheriff Court yesterday for trespassing in pursuit of game and having no game licence, Peter M'Grcgor, 86 Burrell Street, Crieff, elected to go to prison. M'Gregor was fined £2 for trespass, with the option of fourteen days; £3 for the game licen
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FURNITURE TO BE SOLD AT KINLOCH HOUSE

FURNITURE TO BE SOLD AT KINLOCH HOUSE

Many fine antique furniture pieces are among the articles that wfll be sold by auction by Messrs Thomas Ix>ve & Perth, at Kmloch House, Meigle, next odnesday and Thursday. The articles for sale, in addition many 18th century pieces of furniture, will include a quantity of Nankin
10 December 1938 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland