GREAT BRITAIN: Trouble for Ramsay

Invitations were lately sent to the champion Moscow Workers' Football Team by the British Workers' Sports Federation. The Russian manager replied favorably. A series of Anglo-Russian football games was arranged to be played this summer throughout South Wales, Yorkshire and along the Tyneside, with a final match at Glasgow.

Of course visas for the Red footballers were needed. The British Workers' Sports Federation confidently applied for these to Laborite Arthur Henderson, onetime iron moulder, today His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. Last week Mr. Henderson refused to grant the visas,...

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