Trinidad Soccer Body Hand Out Suspensions

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Winnipeg Free Press

Two Everton Players Out of Game Until 1935

Port of Spain, Trinidad, Sept. 22.—Heaviest punishment in history of local soccer was meted out to three players of Everton and one of Casuals following a decision given out by the Trinidad Amateur Football association's "football court" which inquired into the recent riot here begun when Alfred Charles, Everton's captain, and Noel Lewis, Casuals' captain, punched each other.

Alfred and Frank Charles, both of Everton, were suspended until 1935, while Leo Morris, Everton, and Lewis, were laid off until 1934.

The rival captains intend to concentrate on other games in the meantime. Charles on cricket, and Lewis on rugby.