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That the League has

That the League has

carried out all this valuable work during the past two years without spending one penny on salaries or headquarters. * * * That both these things must now be done if the League is neither to lose in efficlency nor to let slip the valuable opportunities for service which come alon
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
strength of th e West I n di an attack will lie. But two difficulties face us. the Nelson Club

strength of th e West I n di an attack will lie. But two difficulties face us. the Nelson Club

seems unwilling to release Coni• stant.ne for more t h an one Test and thus England will play the at Lord's while Constantine plays for one Lancashire small town against another — a p reposterous state of affairs. The second is the thinly-veiled disapproval of the quite orthodox
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
July, cp en they are commemorating the death of Wilberforce and Inten ary of Emancipation, and it is satisfactory to

July, cp en they are commemorating the death of Wilberforce and Inten ary of Emancipation, and it is satisfactory to

note that °u r members. Mr. C. L. R. James, who was to be heard from While on the 29 t h M ay, is to give the oration on Wilberforce ihg e Your ni Presid ent i s spea k ing wit h L a d y S imon at t h e great closalsot meet President in th e T own H all. O ther mem b ers of the
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Foreword by the President HAROLD A. MOODY, M.D. ( Lond.)

Foreword by the President HAROLD A. MOODY, M.D. ( Lond.)

P I like your met h o d, - sa id a prom i nent mem b er o f t h e L a b our arty to me just a week ago. We have steadily gone from step to step, laying sure and safe foundations as we go. This is our next step a nd we co mmen d our little Journal to you. The West Indies Crickete
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
This meeting wishes to invite attention to the undisputed facts

This meeting wishes to invite attention to the undisputed facts

July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A questionnaire sent out by the President of the Union at Sheffield University revealed that a process of freezing out

A questionnaire sent out by the President of the Union at Sheffield University revealed that a process of freezing out

in Athletics was going on against the Coloured students. Copies of athletic records should be sent When making application to British Universities in order that the various clubs might get to know in time of the athletic ability of overseas students. Social difficulties were nex
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
that

that

(1) The Native Lands Trust Ordinance (No. 9 of 1930) of Kenya provided Reserves should be set apart for the use and benefit of the native tribes of the Colony "for ever - -subject to certain Provisos. (2) That the provisos about development of the mineral resources of the Colon
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England