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Meanwhile, plots are being busily brewed against Digger Stanley's welfare. Alick Lafferty has snorted defiance both loud and long from across the Tweed. while Eddie Morgan and Frank Warner are going to argue out their rights to a championship match on the 15th inst (not the 22nd
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