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The Pollies Norwich. The ever-popular Follies, late H. G. P., under the direction of Dan Everard, had a great reception at the Norwich Spring Gardens. Miss Dollis Brooke scored heavily in her inimitable style at every appearance. The voice trial scene in which mem hers of the com
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In addition to the cup which, as stated last week, he is putting up for competition, Mr. Haines, of the Sudbury Golf Club, is selecting a team of twelve to meet Vaudeville Golfing Society team in a match on June 26. doubt the Sudbury team, like the Harrow team recently, will fin