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’VARSITY TOURISTS HELD UP BY RAIN

’VARSITY TOURISTS HELD UP BY RAIN

The soaked condition of 11 8 ' 1011 ' it impossible to begin pl lv made o'clock in the second day'? nl f ur Jamaica and the Oxford ann team. 0 Cambridge When stumps were drawn am scored 169 runfe for five ICa tlad to the Oxford and Cambridge total ply The match ,s scheduled for
13 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
While Beatrice Goodwin (56), wife of a blacksmith, was milking cows at Orslow Farm, Orslow Manor, near Newport (Salop), a

While Beatrice Goodwin (56), wife of a blacksmith, was milking cows at Orslow Farm, Orslow Manor, near Newport (Salop), a

wasp is believed to have stung the cow near her. The animal lashed out, kicking Mrs Goodwin, whose right leg was fractured She taken to hospital.
13 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRITISH GIRL'S TENNIS VICTORIES

BRITISH GIRL'S TENNIS VICTORIES

Helsinki, Wednesday. Miss J. Saunders, the young British player, won three finals in the West-End Tennis Club's tournament which has just concluded at Helsinki. She won the women's singles final by beating Mile. Kovac, of Yugoslavia, by 6-2. 6-4; the women's doubles with Miss Be
10 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Rescued by Charles Dickens

Rescued by Charles Dickens

Head-in-Railings Boy Became " Prince of Guides " Wrote Sequel to " Edwin Drood " ED WIN HARRIS, the eminent Dickensian, who wrote a sequel to Charles Dickens's unfinished book, "The ei y Edwin Drood," died at vr « 6r ' Kent > to-day, aged 79. Harris was an expert on local histor
10 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Bank Clerk's Death Riddle

Bank Clerk's Death Riddle

Enough Poison in Pocket to Kill 70 People Coroner Asks Parents to Consider Foul Play Possibility The question of how an 18-year-old bank clerk obtained the cyanide of potassium from which he died was not cleared up at the resumed inquest at Reigate, Surrey, to-day on Norman Herb
10 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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CHIPPERFIELD "GETTING ON VERY NICELY"

CHIPPERFIELD "GETTING ON VERY NICELY"

Today's bulletin on A. G. Chjpperfiel# the Australian cricketer, who is in a Dunde nursing home recovering from appendicitis, stated that " he had a very good night las< night and is getting on very nicely." While it is not yet definitely known ho* long he will in the nursing ho
10 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BRITISH LINER STOPPED OFF GIBRALTAR

BRITISH LINER STOPPED OFF GIBRALTAR

Insurgent Trawler Fired Blank Shot Gibraltar, Wednesday. The Union Castle liner Llandaff Castle was stopped in the Straits of Gibraltar last night by an insurgent armed trawler, which fired a blank shot, according to passengers' statements. The trawler came alongside and held up
10 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Daughter for Scientist-Peer

Daughter for Scientist-Peer

Daughter for Scientist- Peer Lady Raglan, wife of Lord Raglan, the 53-year-old scientist peer, gave birth a daughter at their home, Cefntilla Court, U»k, Monmouthshire, to-day. Lady Raglan now has four children—two sons and two daughters. Lord Raglan in 1933 was president of the
10 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
BOTH GOING FOR IT

BOTH GOING FOR IT

Dr Murphy, Montrose, and Erl Watson, the well-known golfer, playing Carnoustie Tennis Tourney
11 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DERBY COUNTY FINANCES

DERBY COUNTY FINANCES

The balance-sheet of the Derby County F.C. shows a profit of £954 on last season, but the bank overdraft has been increased from £19,600 to £28,000. Gate money at home matchers fell from £34,000 to £26,700. The provision of a new ear park has cost over £11,000 during the past ye
11 August 1938 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland