Tag: Harry Lowe

Captain Harry’s Lowe cat

Wednesday, November 20 – 1935 A popular cat called Bill, belonging to Mr. Harry Lowe, a Worksop licensee and formerly captain of Liverpool F.C., disappeared. After three days Bill was found living about 100 yards away from home, on the premises of Mr. J. Lowe, another licensee. (Nottingham […]

The reserves best in the local derby

Saturday, October 1 – 1932 Reserves, Central League, at Anfield, kick-off: 15:15. Liverpool Reserves – Everton Reserves 3-1 (3-1). Referee: Mr. C.W. Abbott (Sheffield); linesmen: Messrs. N. Ormrod and W. Ryan. Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Arthur Riley; Robert Done, Tommy Lucas; Ted Savage, Norman James, Alastair Henderson; Daniel McRorie, […]

Kenneth Campbell’s life story – Part VI

June 11, 1921 Remarkable speech by Tom Watson Leads to victory against the Villa. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle and Scotland, continues the story of his football career. Joining Liverpool when a lad as understudy to the renounced Sam Hardy, the prince […]

Kenneth Campbell’s life story – Part V

June 4, 1921 When Albert Shepherd bested Liverpool, And what a walking in Epping Forest led to. By Kenneth Campbell “Kenneth Campbell, the famous goalkeeper for Partick Thistle and Scotland, continues the story of his football career. Joining Liverpool when a lad as understudy to the renounced Sam […]

For the Lowe of football

Saturday, August 28 – 1920 Harry Lowe, who skippered the Liverpool club for many years, told us the other day that he is as fit as ever he was, and hopes to go straight through the new campaign with his new club, Nottingham Forest. (Derby Daily Telegraph, 28-08-1920)

Liverpool F.C.: The annual meeting of 1919

Wednesday, June 25 – 1919 Chairman of Liver club’s decision. Suspensions erased. Players signed for Anfield oncoming season. At the meeting of the Liverpool Football Club last night, at the Law Association rooms, it was announced that former suspensions of players would be erased. Mr. John McKenna, chairman […]

Liverpool v Everton 0-4 (War time, League match)

Saturday, April 7 – 1917 Match: Lancashire Section Subsidiary, at Anfield, kick off: 15:30. Liverpool – Everton 0-4 (0-1). Attendance: 16,000; gate receipt: £580. Referee: Mr. W. Chadwick (Blackburn). Liverpool (2-3-5): Tommy Houghton; Ephraim Longworth, Tommy Lucas; Harry Lowe, Walter Wadsworth, Donald Mackinlay; Arthur Goddard, Fred Pagnam, Tommy […]

Another commission engaged on case

Friday, October 15 – 1915 The inquiries into Liverpool-Manchester United match, played last Easter, seem to be never-ending. The score was 2-0 for Manchester, and after the League commission has taken and filtered evidence the Football Association have decided to inquire into the evidence. The League and F.A. […]

News about Lowe and Lacey

September 29, 1915 Here’s some news regarding two of the most popular players of our city. Both are ex-Liverpool players, and both would have relished the friendly game that are being played here nowadays, and would undoubtedly have rejoined the Anfield forces but for the fact that arrangements […]

The players signed on for 1915-16

August 5, 1915 A breath of football comes from the Anfield sources to-day. We are approaching football’s season speedily, and the clubs are getting their house in order for the newly-formed “Lancashire Circle.” Locally, I do not doubt for a moment the success of the season, for both […]

The funeral of Tom Watson

Tuesday, May 11 – 1915 A cool corner of Anfield Cemetery had been chosen. The sun’s rays shaded his last restingplace. “Tom” was buried there. The day was beauteously fine, and the setting of the last act was all peaceful. The whole sportsworld seemed to be represented. The […]

Oldham Athletic v Liverpool 0-2 (League match)

Saturday, April 24 – 1915 Match: Football League, 1st Division, at Boundary Park, kick-off: 15:30. Oldham Athletic – Liverpool 0-2 (0-0). Attendance: 6,000. Referee: Mr. L. Hitchin. Oldham Athletic (2-3-5): Howard Matthews; Jimmy Hodson, Bill Goodwin; Hugh Moffat, Charlie Roberts, David Wilson; Ollie Tummon, Elliot Pilkington, Arthur Gee, […]

Can Liverpool help Everton?

Friday, April 23 – 1915 As Liverpool are at Oldham to-morrow there will be great concern in their doings. If Liverpool  win Oldham will have to yield the League honours to Everton, whose only remaining game is v. Chelsea on Monday; kick off 6 o’clock. Liverpool are certain […]