O'Hegarty fully agreed with Aodh
de Blacam's conjecture that Irish literature was literature written by Irishmen.
de Blacam, Gaelic Literature Surveyed (Dublin: Talbot, 1929; 1973), p.
11) This foray into the enemy's camp provoked an invigorating debate with Aodh
de Blacam, already incensed by the 'Introduction': Yeats's creative and polemical energies continued to run high through the early spring of 1932 at Coole.
If he wasn't swimming he would almost certainly have been hurling on the under-eight Aodh
The allegation was made by assistant secretary Aodh
Mairtin O'Fearraigh as he informed the county committee that he was willing to withdraw his resignation and stay in the job.
Curristan, 48, of Drumcliffe, Donegal, was set upon as he was going for a social evening with friends.
Three Irish senior champions, Cathal McMonagle, Ian Tims and Aodh
Carlyle have been named on the Irish squad for the first left leg, and three times senior champ Eric Donovan will also be in action.
It is expected that Donegal will be making that formal request shortly to the body which is presided over by Donegal native, and Aodh
Ruadh clubman Tom Daly.
They played Gaelic with Aodh
Rua and soccer with Erne Wanderers in Ballyshannon.
IRELAND V RUSSIA: 57Kg: Eric Donovan (Ireland) v Kirill Glumov (Russia), 60Kg: Ross Hickey (Ireland) v Ivan Elizarov (Russia), 60Kg: Karl Crawley (Ireland) v Umit Elizarov (Russia), 64Kg: Aodh
Carlyle (Ireland) v Gennady Rybalko (Russia), 69Kg: David Joyce (Ireland)) v Evgeniy Kochurov (Russia), 75Kg: Eamon O'Kane (Ireland) v Vasily Pugachev (Russia), 81Kg: TBA v Boris Proklin (Russia), 91Kg: Michael Sweeney (Ireland) v Sairan Smailov (Russia), 91+Kg: Cathal McMonagle (Ireland) v Andrey Kudlay (Russia).