September 20, 1935
Mr. R.J. Williams will go to Southampton to-day to see his colleagues in the South Africa cricket team leave for home. He is the only member of the party staying behind, for Mr. Dudley Nourse, despite the rumours concerning him and the Liverpool Football Club, is going back to South Africa, and is not likely to return. He has a position in Durban that carries with it a pension, and he is not prepared to relinquish it for a precarious professional football appointment.
(Western Morning News: September 20, 1935)