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SANDY WILL PLAY AGAIN!

SANDY WILL PLAY AGAIN!

Twenty five-year-old Sandy Anderson, Forestry Cottages, Newton, near Elgin, lost the index finger and top joint, of th second finger of his right hand whiiV working in Newinill Woollen MUls. The accident was a double blow Sandy. A self-taught saxophonist, he hac got a job with a
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Who owns which leg? Problem picture as ORMOJiD (Hibs) jusl squeezes past GIBSON (Clyde).

Who owns which leg? Problem picture as ORMOJiD (Hibs) jusl squeezes past GIBSON (Clyde).

1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NEW BLOW TO THISTLE

NEW BLOW TO THISTLE

TIMMY DAVIDSON, Partick Thistle, injured at Dumfries, is likely to off for some time. Injury is his right leg. He to be X-rayed, * * * * Kilmarnock have released Joe Nibloe, former Cardiff City rightback, who had been a month's trial. * * * * ONE minute's silence was observed at
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Sheriff Scorns Psychiatrist's Plea

Sheriff Scorns Psychiatrist's Plea

FOR YOUNG MAN CHARGED WITH FRAUD Psychiatrists are trying to control the course of the law the exercise of its plain duty." So said Sheriff James Gilchrist in Edinburgh Sheriff Court yesterday. He hearing a case in which a young man, Donald M'Laughlin Smith, who lost a leg in th
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HE SAW "THE BLACK LADY"

HE SAW "THE BLACK LADY"

" The Black Lady " of Harray, Orkney, has been seen again. She rose out of a field between the prosperous farms of Minghouse and Nisthouse in daylight and disappeared into the air. But James Flett, jun., of Kinghouse, who eaw her, is reticent about the whole affair. The ground f
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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A BEAUTIFU IDEA

A BEAUTIFU IDEA

r|\HERE was something different about the Christmas Eve service in mining village of Twechar, Dunbartonshire. At exactly midnight the carols and hymns ceased and two babies Mary Graham and Alexander M'Kean were baptised. The infants are only few weeks old. A record congregation
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A Goal Worth Waiting For

A Goal Worth Waiting For

DUNDEE A, 1; ABERDEEN A, 0. Half-time—o-0. Scorer—Andrews (5i min.). T3MMY PEARSON, Aberdeen's international winger was star attraction at Dens Park. He weaved, side-stepped, back-heeled, in fact he did everything but get the ball into the net. It was all so pretty. As if follow
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Tackle Funland right away —don't be caught on New Year's Day! /CEL. WONDERS E SCOTTISH COUNTIES fiOrjBf/fiGf/Sm£\ BtRVJiCKSHIRE WALTER SCOTT.

Tackle Funland right away —don't be caught on New Year's Day! /CEL. WONDERS E SCOTTISH COUNTIES fiOrjBf/fiGf/Sm£\ BtRVJiCKSHIRE WALTER SCOTT.

KELSO BRIDGE.. ® HILLS. _l! nOOR. X JE UR y- THE r carter bar. © JIMMY GUTHRIE MEMORIAL. JEDBURGH BEY " 'SI WAT CTHAROEN. ENGLAND HERMITAGE .CASTLE. DUMFR, shire APT. .. (A) —This stone in Melrose Abbey marks the burial place of the heart of Robert the Bruce. Sir Walter Scott (B
1 January 1950 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BLEAK

BLEAK

I.l.,lttlng-up time tonight, 4.40 IT may seem cold, but there's an even colder snap on its way from Russia It will arrive on the Eastern half of the country tomorrow Rut th North of Scotland and Ireland will escape the ley spell that will be preceded todas by dull skies and fog
1 January 1950 - The People - London, London, England