The Wild Bunch, 1901, gang of American outlaws, bank and train robbers, led by Butch Cassidy
The Wild Bunch, 1901, gang of American outlaws, bank and train robbers, led by Butch Cassidy, seated right. Cassidy, born Robert LeRoy Parker (1866-1908): Standing left, William Carver (1866-1901): Standing right, Harvey Logan alias Kid Curry (1867-1904) cowboy and gunman: Seated left, Harry Alonzo Longbugh or Longbaugh (1867-1908) alias The Sundance Kid: Seated centre, Ben Kilpatrick (1874-1912)
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The Wild Bunch, American outlaw gang, 1901 (1954)
The Wild Bunch, American outlaw gang, 1901 (1954). Left to right, standing, William Carver (News Carver), Harvey Logan (Kid Curry); sitting, Harry Longabaugh (Sundance Kid), Ben Kilpatrick (The Tall Texan), Robert LeRoy Parker (Butch Cassidy). The gang operated out of the Hole-in-the-Wall Pass in Wyoming, a notorious haunt of outlaw groups, between 1889 and 1901 robbing trains and banks across the West. Their activities came to an end in 1901. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid emigrated to South America (they are said to have been killed by Bolivian police after a robbery in 1908), Carver was killed in a shootout with lawmen, and Kilpatrick was captured in Tennessee and sentenced to 20 years in jail. Kid Curry, the most notorious member of the gang in terms of the number of people he killed, was shot and killed in a gunfight with lawmen in Colorado in 1904. Kilpatrick was released from prison in 1911 but was shot and killed the following year while robbing a train near Sanderson, Texas. (Colorised black and white print)
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It is a hard decision for a football fanatic to make when he or she has to decide to call it a day
It is a hard decision for a football fanatic to make when he or she has to decide to call it a day and give up football from the playing angle, and it is especially hard when one is such an ardent supporter of the game as Mrs Terry Clark, of Pavensey Bay, Suyssex.
But instead of living on past memories, 41 year old Terry has found the ideal substitute, for recently she passed the Football Association's Referee's exam to become the only woman football referee in East Sussex, and one of a mere handful in the whole of Britain.
Terry passed the exam with flying colours and a 100 per cent pass - 185 our of 185, and although the FA will not allow women to register as referees, Terry will be awarded her Grade Three Certificate, this enables her to take charge of ladies and youth matches.
Photo shows the first woman football referee in East Sussex, 41 year old Terry Clark, who runs her own car hire business in Pevensey, at her home in Pevensey.
15th July 1971
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