Page 14, 24th July 1936

24th July 1936
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Page 14, 24th July 1936 — DOM PETER UTLEY

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At an ordination in the church at Ampleforth, the Bishop of Middlesbrough raised to the priesthood a former student of the college, Dom Peter Utley, 0.S.B., who will be recalled, in many parts of the country, by his prowess in the cricket field. He was captain of the Ampleforth eleven, and later he captained the team at the R.A.F. college at Cranwell. He is also a former player in " Gentlemen v. Players " and was a medium-fast bowler for Hampshire.

Dom Peter Utley resigned his commission as a flying officer in the Royal Air Force, in 1928, in order to become a monk. He will have the prayerful good wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy life of high service in religion.

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