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DUNLOP TYRES

DUNLOP TYRES

are a British invention, made by British workpeople, in British factories. THE AWFUL FINAL. The terrible proceedings of Satur-43, last are still the talk of town and 4 lntry. There are always wiseacres to found after such unlooked-for and 4 Precedented events who tell you that i
23 April 1909 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
AYRSHIRE NOTES

AYRSHIRE NOTES

(By "Tam o' Shanter.") County Final Replay—Kilmarnock Visit Galston—Other Items. Football interest will be centred tomorrow in the replay of the final tie for the County Association Challenge Cup, which conies off on Beresford Park, Ayr. After last Saturday's experience of each
23 April 1909 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
JUVENILES. JUVENILES. JUVENILES. THE TOURNAMENT TO ENTER. IS SHOTTS BAiTLEFIELD F.C. (Under 5..1.F.A. Permit) Ist Prize—BAßE CUP land 12 HANDSOME

JUVENILES. JUVENILES. JUVENILES. THE TOURNAMENT TO ENTER. IS SHOTTS BAiTLEFIELD F.C. (Under 5..1.F.A. Permit) Ist Prize—BAßE CUP land 12 HANDSOME

GOLD BADGES (Cup to be held for One Yoar): 2nd Prize-12 HANDSOME G.C. BADGE.. lintry Mcncy, 2s 6d each Te,..m (which allows 12 men at game). along with Co.ouns and Secretary's Name and Address, to W. WEIR, 18 High Street, Shotts. Entries close on 26th April. YOKES ATHLETIC F.C.—
23 April 1909 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WHAT'S THIS. A TIT-BIT FOR JUVENILES. ST ANTHONY'S F. C. GRAND 11-A-SIDE , TOL R.NAMENT First Prize--THE M'Ai}2sIAMIN CHALLENGE CUP

WHAT'S THIS. A TIT-BIT FOR JUVENILES. ST ANTHONY'S F. C. GRAND 11-A-SIDE , TOL R.NAMENT First Prize--THE M'Ai}2sIAMIN CHALLENGE CUP

and 12 MASSIVE GOLD BADGES. second Prize-12 SPLENDID GOLD BADGES. Third Prize--12 SPLENDID SII.VER BADGES and Centres. Fourth Prize-12 SPLENDID SILVER, BADGES. All Entries to be sent, with Club Colours, to JAS. M'DONALD, 79 Old Govan Road; or J. M'GILEE, 3 Muirhead Street, Parti
23 April 1909 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
JUNIOR. (Hy "THE fti/TE.") WHAT'S ON TO-MORROW. GLASOCYW JUNIOR OUP. round ties to be paged v. 3rd Ashfiekl v. Renfrew

JUNIOR. (Hy "THE fti/TE.") WHAT'S ON TO-MORROW. GLASOCYW JUNIOR OUP. round ties to be paged v. 3rd Ashfiekl v. Renfrew

Victual& Yokes- Athletic v. Durmast= 'mem Posta Athletic v. °odder United Busby Roseman= v. Auburn Victual& v. Pstrkheed. KkiiintiLionh Rob Roy V. Omni Clydebank Juniors r. Sbninartria.. Mary )Lill Vincent v. Combining Bt A.nthany's V. Benborb. Burnbani Athletic r. Corkevida. Bl
06 September 1907 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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TOURNAMENTS AND HANDICAPS.

TOURNAMENTS AND HANDICAPS.

There is no shire in broad Scotland in which the game of quoiting is 'flourishing so well as in Renfrewshire. It has caught on evidently, and from the very start of the season things have been humming tc some tune. They have a League, and the contest for the championship has sin
06 September 1907 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SCHOOLS FOOTBALL.

SCHOOLS FOOTBALL.

ENTERPRISING GOVAN. The Govan Parish School Board are showing the way in the matter of encouraging the youth of the parish in healthful exercises. In the latest addition to their educational establishments—the Ibrox School, adjoining the Rangers' ground—there is not only au up-t
06 September 1907 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE RESOURCEFUL EDITOR.

THE RESOURCEFUL EDITOR.

Copyreader—" Here's a story about a policeman reaching headquarters with two drunks over his shoulders. What kind of a head shall I put on it/ " City Editor—"' Policeman Wears Pair of Tights around His Neck,' will do." • • Having got so far, it now behoves me to cut in with anot
14 February 1913 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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4coillizit6.. ten

4coillizit 6 .. ten GLASGOW, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1913. RESERVE LEAGUE MEETING. At a meeting of the Reserve League, held in Glasgow on Tuesday night, and presided over by Mr Win. Nicol, of Falkirk, the unfinished game between Falkirk "A" and Partick Thistle "A" was ordered to be
14 February 1913 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CRICKET SECRETARIES

CRICKET SECRETARIES

OUR 1913 PROPOSITION VITAL NECESSITY TO please communicate with us at once. IS A YOU.
14 February 1913 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland