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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (May 3, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
'Dangerman' out for glory in games; EDDIE IN SEARCH OF SPONSORS FOR USA 'EXTREME SPORTS' EVENT. Parrish, Rachel 302
'How we work' day at the crem. 128
Action Replay: Back of the NET; Football. 769
ACTION REPLAY: BOATENG BACK TO HIS BEST; Football. Turner, Andy 300
Action Replay: Positive start gave City edge. 401
ACTION REPLAY: QUESTIONS ARE; ANSWERED; FOOTBALL: SKY BLUES 2 WIMBLEDON 1. Turner, Andy 1252
ACTION REPLAY: Ref hit by coin in night of shame at Parkhead; FOOTBALL: Celtic 0 Rangers 3. 378
Action Replay: TERRACE VERDICT; Football. 157
ACTION REPLAY: TITLE PRESSURE GETS TO GUNNERS; FOOTBALL. Bradley, Mark 489
ACTION REPLAY: Vialli eyes third spot; FOOTBALL. 353
ACTION REPLAY; Football. 124
Adders are sunk by defensive blunders; FOOTBALL: Atherstone 0 Halesowen 2. 367
Appeal to smokers over fear of asthma. 105
Are you a face in the crowd?; Action Replay. 126
Battling Godiva back on to the right road; ATHLETICS. 244
BECKHAM BEAUTY RESCUES UNITED; Action Replay: Football. 558
Bedwrth cash in; FOOTBALL: Bedworth 1 Cinderford 0. 162
Belford lifts Adders gloom; Football. 260
Big Mo injury anger; FOOTBALL. 132
Big prize bingo; pounds 500 TO BE WON EACH WEEK! 92
BORO SWOOP TO SIGN REED; Midfielder becomes first summer signing. Brown, Derek 436
Call to monitor risks of GM foods. 102
Cash in the basket. 98
Children plan garden tribute. Harris, Alan 251
Cotswold tour for widows. 85
Coulthard blows top in Imola!; MOTORSPORT: CONTROVERSY AS SCHUMACHER GIVES FERRARI HOME TRIUMPH. Gordon, Ian 654
Council accused of snubbing Sikhs; LACK OF SUPPORT IS AN INSULT, SAY FESTIVAL ORGANISERS. Taylor, Ernest 310
Dean breaks Euro duck; GOLF. 325
Delight as Racing end on a high. Horsfall, Phil 207
Eagles boast too much power for shuffled Bees; SPEEDWAY: OFF-KEY COVENTRY ARE OVERWHELMED AT ARLINGTON. 396
EDDIE'S GOING FOR US GLORY; 'Dangerman' needs games sponsor. Parrish, Rachel 277
Elaine set to launch drive for pop fame; CHARTS HOPEFUL TAKES TIME FOR THANKS VISIT TO HER OLD SCHOOL. Cunningham, Catherine 347
Euro glory for Cov kid Steven; MARTIAL ARTS. 167
Fare deal call by rail watchdog; TRAIN OPERATORS URGED TO END TICKET PRICE CONFUSION. Hopker, Antony 290
Fasting helps to care for others. 117
Feet deep in cash. 97
Firemen race in with pounds 1,500. Goulden, Barbara 234
Five train is a winner. 138
Floods of calls for pet microchip offer. 291
Foggy top of the world; motor cycle racing. 364
Fun events for the over-18s. 83
Gardening help on tap for Penny. 112
Going football crazy!; TEAMS FROM ACROSS THE MIDLANDS HEAD FOR RUGBY'S MINI-SOCCER TOURNAMENT. 95
Gough sets new Cov points best; RUGBY UNION. 303
Heart attack kills Reed. Pring, John 299
Help to stop child abuse. 96
Help us with old coinage. 130
Hero Joey helps Boro end on unbeaten note; FOOTBALL: Tamworth 1 Nuneaton Borough 1. Brown, Derek 521
Holiday fun fills city's canal basin; BOATING FOLK PUT ON A SHOW THAT BRINGS CROWDS FLOCKING TO CANAL SIDE. Hutson, Andrew 189
HUCK IS IN LUCK AGAIN!; FOOTBALL: More to come says striker after first goal in 15 games. Turner, Andy 356
Hundreds step out for charity; Coventry Walkathon 99. JORDAN, Words: ANDY HUTSON Pictures: JANE 242
In the courts: JPs order: Stay away from woman. 399
Internet project wins place in royal final. 290
It's bubbly time for Stimpson; Rugby Union. 96
James bags Midland title for sandwiches; Livewire winner's national target. Smith, Stewart 308
Jill filmed on day of murder. 157
LABOUR'S POLL PICTURE GAFFE; Nursery in Straw visit facing axe. Scott, Fiona 280
Late rally can't keep brilliant run going; FOOTBALL: Hinckley United 1 Stamford Town 2. 230
LETTERS: YOUR VIEWS; Club decision was fair and democratic. 1196
Lions lose - Kinsey takes over coaching role as Davies quits; Rugby Union. 361
Man shot in city street. 108
MAUREEN on Monday; I'll drum up a new role for next time on earth. Spring, Maureen 581
MEMORIES: A right ROYAL occasion; REPORT: DENNIS KEEN, member of Rugby Local History Research Group PICTURES: courtesy of RUGBY LIBRARY; DENNIS KEEN TELLS OF THE DAY KING EDWARD CAME TO TOWN TO OPEN THE TEMPLE SPEECH ROOM AT RUGBY SCHOOL. Keen, Dennis 400
MEMORIES; Can you solve MYSTERIES of the past? Lee, Peter 258
MEP to join advice board. 124
Nadine's troops march in; BADMINTON. 83
On march to mark 300 years; A DAY OF COLOURFUL CELEBRATION AS THOUSANDS OF LEAMINGTON SIKHS HIT THE STREETS FOR VAISAKHI 300, TO MARK THE FOUNDING OF THEIR RELIGION. Ewing, Richard 244
Over-generous Cov throw away points; RUGBY UNION: SPOTLIGHT ON THE WEEKEND ACTION. Wilkinson, John 569
Plea to trace bag snatch man. 183
Praise for VS; FOOTBALL. 112
Pupils go for the top in law; SCHOOL TEAM ARGUES WAY TO FINALS. Hopker, Antony 259
Quire music from years gone by. 159
Racing slaughter bottom club; FOOTBALL: Bloxwich Town 1 Racing Club Warwick 4. 255
READER HOLIDAYS. 127
Reunion spotlight falls on old models. 135
Royalty returns to a Spa showpiece. 240
Rush for Simply Red castle tickets; THOUSANDS EXPECTED AT SPECTACULAR CONCERTS ON THE BANKS OF THE AVON. Ewing, Richard 253
SCHOOL BUILDING SELL-OFF MYSTERY; Company bids to buy Leamington sixth-form centre. Wilde, James 269
Signs to keep you informed. Hopker, Antony 245
Smooth Hendry takes control to set up record seventh title; SNOOKER. Curtis, John 343
Spotlight on sitcoms. 80
Teeing it up for charity. 82
Tough Exmoor test for Diane; EQUESTRIAN. Healey, Kate 128
Tough L-tests urged - and follow-up checks on novices. 229
Turning back clock on city heritage; MUSEUM GIVES TIME TO REMEMBER MAJOR CENTRE OF WATCH-MAKING IN 19th CENTURY. Pring, John 297
TV spot for last of Peter's tiny world of period pieces. 244
TV: TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS. McMULLEN, MARION 336
Two sent off as VS cruise to victory; FOOTBALL: Sutton Coldfield Town 0 VS Rugby 2. 197
WE'RE STILL HERE!; Keep cash coming in say Friends of St Cross. Tolfts, Lisa 334
Win a fabulous adjustable bed worth nearly pounds 2,500. 279
Win with the Telegraph. 112
Wright rage prompts new FA probe; Action Replay: Football. 265
YOU BET!; HE COST A KNOCKDOWN 1,800 GUINEAS - BUT SAMLEE HAS SINCE EARNED pounds 150,000 IN PRIZE MONEY AND FINISHED THIRD IN THE GRAND NATIONAL. Harris, Alan 775

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