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THE international situation had spontaneous effect on the audience at the Grand Opera House, Belfast, last night for when a team of six Hungarian springboard acrobats, The Great Alexis Troupe, made an appearance tumultuous applause rang out and was sustained for several minutes.
Ulster 8 matches, Connaught 4. Foursomes (Ulster names first) J. Glover and J. W. Hulme beat T. Hegarty and A. P. Mullery, one hole; -W, J. Ferguson and w. Meharg lost to J. O’Sullivan and B. o’Beirn€, one hole; M. Edwards and J. Duncan lost to P. Smyth and K, Wallace, two holes
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TREASON CHARGES WEST GERMANY “I woke up with the Russians,” Dr. Otto John says KARLSHtIHE, West Germany, Monday.—or. Otto John, the former West German security chief, who is facing treason charges, said in court here to-day that he woke In Soviet headquarters near Berlin 24 hours
Klnahan) and Mr. A. Hall, secretary World Ploughing Association, the "Golden Plough” (which was won by the present world champion ploughman, Hugh Barr of Aghadowey) at luncheon given in Belfast yesterday ploughmen taking part In the Dervoek mateta