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TENNIS CHAMPION'S FATE.

BRUCE CLIFFORD-JONES. (By Telegraph—Press Association.) NEW PLYMOUTH. Sunday. The parents of Pilot-Officer Bruce Clifford-Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clif-ford-Jones, of New Plymouth, received a cablegram notifying them that their son was missing. Pilot-Officer Clifford - Jones was a Taranaki tennis champion and reached the semi-final of thi* year's Royal Air Force tournament at Wimbledon.

Xew Zealand's first casualty was Flving-Officcr Laurence Hugh Edward-, formerly of Patea, and "a Taranaki Rugby representative footballer, who was reported missing while undertaking Royal Air Force patrol duties.

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TENNIS CHAMPION'S FATE., Auckland Star, Volume LXX, Issue 214, 11 September 1939

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TENNIS CHAMPION'S FATE. Auckland Star, Volume LXX, Issue 214, 11 September 1939

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