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New forward for Cowden VIORMER Third Lanark. 4- inside forward Willie Vandermotten was last night signed by Cowdenbeath manager Bobby

New forward for Cowden VIORMER Third Lanark. 4- inside forward Willie Vandermotten was last night signed by Cowdenbeath manager Bobby

Baxter. Willie has Just returned to Scotland after having a month's trial with Norwich City. He is aged 22. 58. loins. and and Manager Baxter will field him at inside-right against Forfar Athletic at Forfar to-clay.
October 11, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY ASCOT MEATH tOoling: Oaodi 2W-1 CIA LAD? IR paman. 7-^. lay Wynvey Nelson,. 20-1: 3 " Pmolina IC Taylor,

YESTERDAY ASCOT MEATH tOoling: Oaodi 2W-1 CIA LAD? IR paman. 7-^. lay Wynvey Nelson,. 20-1: 3 " Pmolina IC Taylor,

10-1. Also— Cold Sandal &regale? Olin And Ckwelt Nora Poor. Cephalonia') Master Jimmy. ICI Toed.) tI Tnte-108 Id. 48 Is t1.42.t• 230 1 lodn Richards) 10-11 •ay.; 2 Chtone Ole R. Ctitfl 44. 3. Fastens Stress IN Parmlll 9-4 I Pee all Si 44. forecast to ad. 5241 &SY 3.0-1. CALCIUM
October 11, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIV. " TO-DAT (SATURDAY) QUEEN'S PARK,. STENHOUSEMUIR At HAMPDEN PARK Rlek-off-3 1111; aod R.M. rd: Ground and stud

SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIV. " TO-DAT (SATURDAY) QUEEN'S PARK,. STENHOUSEMUIR At HAMPDEN PARK Rlek-off-3 1111; aod R.M. rd: Ground and stud

3/-. Stood Patron, rotor direct Direst:l Stood
October 11, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ELASTIC HOSIERY , Net, Nylon Net, lastee-t.-woy supplurd from stock. 11r,ng your N HS. (EC 10) Prescription. DUNN'S It St

ELASTIC HOSIERY , Net, Nylon Net, lastee-t.-woy supplurd from stock. 11r,ng your N HS. (EC 10) Prescription. DUNN'S It St

V.ecant Place. Cl Crl. 1157t
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WASTE OF TIME

WASTE OF TIME

WASTE TIME A certain amount of disruption on fauns had been caused and there had been a lessening of i food production. Although the Government had 'extended the period of deferment , , from six to twelve months it still, 'meant that farmers and farm workers could not plan ahead.
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BIUNGING UP FATPIER DRUNKENNESS NOT SO COMMON HERE

BIUNGING UP FATPIER DRUNKENNESS NOT SO COMMON HERE

EARL JOWITT, leader of the Opposition. objecting to "tied houses" in the licensed trade, observed during yesterday's debate: "1 understand that Scotland, from which we can learn so much In so many matters. has not got tied houses. and Scotland seems to do very well without them.
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
33 Walked out —told no jobs

33 Walked out —told no jobs

THIRTY - THREE wome 11 workers employed by Pentland Knitwear, Limited, In knitting hosiery at the Pentland at Wick Airport. were yesterday Informed by the management that their services were no longer required. The women, who work a fiveday week, went on strike about 5.30 on Fri
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
STOCK MARKETS Riots hit at Kaffir golds

STOCK MARKETS Riots hit at Kaffir golds

rgIHE race riots in South Africa .1 accentuated the note of uncertainty in markets at start of the week, and Kaffir golds took a fresh knock. up to Mad in Weskern Holdings at ras 64. A fair amount of business passed In Glasgow, but movements were irregular, gilt-edged wavering a
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A T the call-ovei on the Cambridgeshire at the Victoria Club. 'a London. there the biggest •ketting on one horse.

A T the call-ovei on the Cambridgeshire at the Victoria Club. 'a London. there the biggest •ketting on one horse.

Cap of Gotta, that members of toe Cluo could remember during any night since pre-war days Cap of Gold. who runs in the name of Mr. George Maclean, one of IA: two brothers whose Plush Royal won the Cesarewitch. has been extensively coupled in doubles with that horse, and there wa
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
More young Anglos are making their mark

More young Anglos are making their mark

LET us not blink the fact that our success against Wales at Cardiff was achieved by a team preponderantly Anglo-Scottish, and that it is on the cards that our Selection Committee, as they might feel justified in doing, will be influenced for some time at least in favour of Scots
October 21, 1952 - Daily Record - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland