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THE STAGE OF THE DAY: SHAFTESBURY: "THE RATTLESNAKE."

THE STAGE OF THE DAY: SHAFTESBURY: "THE RATTLESNAKE."

THE STAGE OF T H E 1) A Y. By Ashley Ditkes. SHAFTESBURY THE RATTLESNAKE. THIS is a romantic play of the War of American Indepen dence, having as its background the marbled Grand As sembly Room of Charles Town, South Carolina. It is full of gouty-looking gen tlemen in cocked hats
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
FOXHUNTING IN PEMBROKESHIRE.--A MEET OF MR. SEYMOUR ALLEN'S FOXHOUNDS AT CRESSWELL QUAY, NEAR CRESSELLY

FOXHUNTING IN PEMBROKESHIRE.--A MEET OF MR. SEYMOUR ALLEN'S FOXHOUNDS AT CRESSWELL QUAY, NEAR CRESSELLY

FOXHUNTING IN PEMBROKESHIRE.-- A MEET OF MR. SEYMOUR ALLEN'S FOXHOUNDS AT CRESSWELL QUAY, NEAR CRESSELLY. irrum-- in-- w i-- i MimriMiii n i m.wmi.m niimn i 1. TIIE MASTER, MR. SEYMOUR ALLEN, AT THE MEET. 2. WILLIAM GRIFFITHS, THE KENNELMAN, EXERCISING THE PACK. 3. THE HUNTSMAN,
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
TENNIS AT MORETON MORRELL

TENNIS AT MORETON MORRELL

. IT sometimes happens that when a private tennis court changes hands the building is put to some other purpose and the game languishes in that district. It is very gratify ing that in the case of the Moreton Mor rell court, built by the late Mr. C. T. Gar land, there is no likel
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
THE FOXHOUND'S KNOWLEDGE OF COUNTRY

THE FOXHOUND'S KNOWLEDGE OF COUNTRY

. ARE hounds when hunting the fox at all assisted by their knowledge of country? The answer is, be fore the hunt begins yes-- to a certain extent, but very, little, if at all, when once the fox is afoot. Thus there is no doubt that a hound remembers the places in a covert where a
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
RACING IN CEYLON

RACING IN CEYLON

. Racing to-day in Ceylon is in a flourishing condi- tion, the stakes offered by the executive having greatly advanced in recent years. The principal course, which is at Colombo, compares very favourably with many home and Indian courses, The programme issued by the Ceylon Turf C
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS SPORTS

PUBLIC SCHOOLS SPORTS

PUBLIC SCHOOLS S P O R T S. By Pollex." IT is doubtful whether any other public school can boast with Shrewsbury that it broke all existing records, both scholastically and ath letically, last year. Shrewsbury, in deed, enjoyed quite a noteworthy year, and it is certain that 1921
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
CONFESSIONS OF AN AGITATED SPORTSMAN: PART II.--THE CHRONICLE OE A CHROMATIC BER HUNT

CONFESSIONS OF AN AGITATED SPORTSMAN: PART II.--THE CHRONICLE OE A CHROMATIC BER HUNT

CONFESSIONS OF AN AGITATED SPORTSMA N. BY REX BEACH. (This series of articles commenced in our issue of January 7th last.) PART II.-- THE CHRONICLE OE A CHROMATIC BEAR HUNT. (Continued from last issue.) THE biography of the average big-game hunter is a bitter hard-luck story. As
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
THE GOLFER'S PROGRESS: A SUPREME AND OTHER COUNCILS

THE GOLFER'S PROGRESS: A SUPREME AND OTHER COUNCILS

THE GOLFER'S P R O G R E S S. By Henry Leach. A SUPREME AND OTHER COUNCILS. THERE is excellent authority for stating that there is not the slightest foundation for the report that the next meeting of the Supreme Council to deal with the question of German reparations and how to g
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
THE ALTCAR COURSING CLUB MEETING AT ALTCAR

THE ALTCAR COURSING CLUB MEETING AT ALTCAR

THE ALTCAR COURSING CLUB MEETING AT A L T C A R. 1. MR. A. L. WING'S WHO'S HOOPER, BY HOPSACK CLINKING, THE WINNER OF THE LYDIATE STAKES. 2. VISCOUNT MOLYNEUX'S MUTTER, BY HUSKY WHISPER IT LENGSFELD, THE WINNER OF THE MEMBERS pr.ATP, 3. THE EARL OF SEFTON'S SAFETY FIRST, BY STAFF
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
FOXCATCHERS. NO. X.--THE GALLANT COLONEL

FOXCATCHERS. NO. X.--THE GALLANT COLONEL

FOXCATCIIERS. NO. X.-- T H E GALLANT COLONEL. THE GALLANT COLONEL, TOTTERING AT THE GAPS, FIRST DAMNS, THEN ENVIES, THOSE IIARD-RIDING CHAPS." Drawn by Snaffles."
January 21, 1922 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England