by TOM CRAWLEY
Tom Crawley is President of the Scottish Junior Football Association. This is his first broadcast, but he is a well-known and able football critic, so his views will be of interest to all ' fans '.
William Law this month succeeds George Blake as the reporter and critic of the week's news in Scotland. He is well known as a member of the editorial staff of the Glasgow Herald, and has already made a name for himself on the air in connection with this feature of Saturday programmes. His return to the microphone is sure to be welcomed.
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