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FAMOUS HALF-BACK. I Headmastership for Mr. I Dai-" Gent. His many friends in Swansea and dis- trict will be pleased to her that Mr. Dai Gent, the ex-Swansea. Gloucester, And All-England footballer, has been ap- pointed, out of 83 candidates, to an im- i portant headmastership at Maidstone. Mr. Gent, who has played much foot- ball in the West Country, at present re- sides at Saltash, near Plymouth, where he ha-j made himself very popular with all classes.

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