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Scots gunner defied Reds

Scots gunner defied Reds

Scottish Bren gunner who showed complete fearlessness during an assault of Communist shock troops in Korea has been decorated. Private David Carstairs (20), of 37 Whitby Street, Glasgow, serving with the Ist Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, receives the Military Medal. W
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FORFAR YOUTH DRAMA FESTIVAL

FORFAR YOUTH DRAMA FESTIVAL

A youth drama festival was opened in Forfar last night, when three one-act plays were presented. On the stage were Forfar Art Guild A team, St JameB Sunday School A, and Andover School, Brechin. They appeared before Mr G. Paterson Whvte, chief adviser to the Scottish Community D
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
3000 MORE BAIRNS AT ARBROATH BATHS

3000 MORE BAIRNS AT ARBROATH BATHS

Angus Education Committee may be asked to increase the grant they are paying to Arbroath Town Council for the instruction schoolchildren receive at Arbroath Public Baths. The Baths Committee last night recommended to the Town Council that the Education Committee should be asked
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Funds show new setback

Funds show new setback

London, Thursday. Share markets were generally subdued. Lack of support and modest liquidation resulted in a general decline in Gilt-Edged securities, where losses up occurred in 'long-dated values. Feature among Foreign Bonds was a spurt in Peru 6 per Cent., which advanced to 6
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Lingfield runners

Lingfield runners

'1 PLATE 8h ftocks " rlonf!s) - 1 I-Richardson), 9 gt. lb. * o* re M« . E. Mercer 9-1 Fordyce Vint • Be «y). 8-8 .... W. Elliott e (R j i' (Digbvi s - Clayton, 'ight 8 s. Smith W ?° n) - M NewsOD N Rant 8-8 Am |Care y). 8-8 T. Carter Antoinette (Williams). 8-8 >'lo (tr - E. C. E
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GOLF CUP RETAINED

GOLF CUP RETAINED

Golfing Society's SZ °ft +u Andrews section) *■«> oVfl first vn?, St Andrews led Ni vha'f- earlier in the w' °VpI (ah" Course, St Andrews. Monifieth course, Dundee V^-i^fned^"4' /ained the net { j custody of the cup. a®®CTlOK 8T ANDREWS P" 8 » SECTION. r;. Jie ani" -li bv- ,Co'p
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Panton beats Rees in a thriller

Panton beats Rees in a thriller

The surrounding Welsh mountains echoed to the cheers from 1000 throats when Scotland's John Panton won a "match the century n by two holes from Wales' own Dai Rees to reach the last eight in the "Penfold" tournament on the Maesdu (Llandudno) course yesterday. " That was the grea
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
They're out for "hat-trick" at Forthill

They're out for "hat-trick" at Forthill

STIRLING COUNTY'S team for to morrow's Scottish counties _ game against Forfarshire at Fort hill is:—W. Little, C. E. Barber-Fleming, W. Clark, J. M. Craig, H. .Gardiner, R. Marshall, J. C. Martin, J. A. H. Morgan, W. M'Arthur, G. Yorston, and Iffia. Forfarshire, out for the cha
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Archie Aikman signs for Rangers

Archie Aikman signs for Rangers

RANGERS have signed Archie Aikman, former Falkirk centre, who cost Man- Chester City £lO,OOO in 1949. A{k m a n played for the City on their tour of Denmark that summer, but was injured in a car crash before the start of the 1949-50 season. Indeed, he was so badly hurt it was th
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Goal protest dismissed

Goal protest dismissed

The English League Appeals Board yesterday dismissed Huddersfield Town's protest against the goal by which Tottenham Hotspur beat them at White Hart Lane on April 2. After a meeting in London lasting nearly an hour, it was stated: —" The earlier decision of the management commit
May 16, 1952 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland