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ENGLISH LEAGUE

ENGLISH LEAGUE

First Division NEWCASTLE UNITED v. ASTON VILLA At Newcastle in fine weather before 55,000. Despite a slippery surface a fast pace was maintained, with the Villa being the better combination, in which Walker was the shining light. Thanks chiefly to M'lnroy, however, Newcastle's g
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RACING ABANDONED AT MANCHESTER

RACING ABANDONED AT MANCHESTER

Thick Mist Over Course A thick mist descended on the course and one o'clock the stewards came to the decision to postpone to-day's racing until to-morrow and to-morrow's card was abandoned. OFFICIAL SCRATCHINCS. Doncaster.—Bt Letter—RazmaV 9 a.m. to-day.
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUNDEE CENTURY BREAKS.

DUNDEE CENTURY BREAKS.

Playing in the La Scala Billiard Rooms, Dundee, to-day, Tony Lambert made breaks of 126 and 122 the new napless cloth.
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FATAL MOTOR SMASH FOLLOWS CARNIVAL

FATAL MOTOR SMASH FOLLOWS CARNIVAL

A motor smash Chr'stchurch Road, Bournemouth, at one o'clock this morning, rosujted in the death of Miss Ethel Birch, cf Sandalheath, Fordingbridge, Hants., and serious injuries to Alex. L. W Barlow (37) and Miss Eleanor Roberts (25), both of Stourcliffe Avenue, Bournemouth. The
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RUNAWAY HORSE IN DUNDEE

RUNAWAY HORSE IN DUNDEE

Falls Down Steps Excitement was caused m the north end of Dundee by a runaway horse yoked to a coal lorry The animal, which belongs to Thomas M'Lean coal merchant, 25 Ogilvie Street, was standing in Carnegie Street when it suddenly took fright and bolted. It turned east into Ale
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
WHAT OUR READERS THINK The Talkies To the Editor of the Telegraph and Post. r > Clarion's' passion for inaccuracy

WHAT OUR READERS THINK The Talkies To the Editor of the Telegraph and Post. r > Clarion's' passion for inaccuracy

is amazing. At a time when 76 per cent, of cinemas were still silent he calmly declared that every village cinema in .Lngland had talkies, but he has now surpassed himself disputing the statement that the cinema cheap entertainment. From the early days it has been an axiom in th
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
OUR INQUIRY BUREAU

OUR INQUIRY BUREAU

D. M.—lt was in 1831 that Dr Bell deposited a large sum of money with trustees of which £60,000 was expended on the erection and endowment of Madras College St Andrews, which was opened in 1832. ° Nearing 70.—1f you have no other means than £45 a year you and your wife will be e
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COMA MISTAKEN FOR DEATH

COMA MISTAKEN FOR DEATH

MARSHAL JOFFRE'S CONDITION Belief That the End Had Come Paris, Thursday. At midday to-day Marshal Joffre fell into a state of coma which was so extreme that it led those at the bedside to believe that the end had come, and official telephone calls were made and telegrams sent to
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
TO-MORROW'S RACING AT MANCHESTER

TO-MORROW'S RACING AT MANCHESTER

I (A PKEL PARK SKLLING HURULB It ACE of 100 govt., for lour-ycar-old» auu upwaius, Two nines. (JtiecKtaker 10 (Mr It. Harrison) 11. Harrison 11 9 llappy Gazelle 7 (Mr Motler) \appll 9 iijstcrica 9 (:vLr J. O'DounelJ) Ireland 11 9 ocaufct Stripes 9 (Mr Power) .. Barthropp 11 9 lo
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
KIRKCALDY AMATEUR LEAGUE GAMES.

KIRKCALDY AMATEUR LEAGUE GAMES.

The fixtures for Saturday first are:—Kinghorn St Leonard's v. Old Boys' Club; Caledonian United v Kirkcaldy Shamrock: Dvsart Amateurs v. Kirkcaldy Boys' Club; Kirkcaldy Bluebell v. Kirkcjldy Pinnace. Abbot shall Amateurs v. Burntisland United; Novar Athletic v. Seafield Amateurs
01 January 1931 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland