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BOXER, LAWYER, NOW IN COMMONS

Mr. Philip Ingress Bell, who won Bolton Ens( for the Conservatives, was captain of the school and of the football XI at Stonyhurst.

For 18 months he served as a midshipman in the "Iron Duke" and other ships. Ile then went to Oxford to read law and economics and took his B.A. and B.C.L. degrees. He represented Oxford at hosing for three years and captained the University Boxing Club.

For about seven years between the World Wars he was Commandant of the Salford Diocesan Boys' Brigade and was also chairman of the Salford Poor %Ian's Eawser Committee.

In the second World War he served in the East Lancashire !Regiment and later in the Judge Advocate's Department.

Mr. and Mrs. Bell have two .sons and a daughter.




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