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PENGUIN AND WILFRED PRESIDENT

PENGUIN AND WILFRED PRESIDENT

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January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
“Big Potato” Ban Explained

“Big Potato” Ban Explained

Potato Mark* tlnp Board yesterday explained why they are ' quite Justified in prohibiting the 1 sale ' outsize potatoes” . . - Unfortunately, there are too many potatoes the country iust now because last year there was the biggest yield per acre within living memory. It there we
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
‘Broccoli First’ Cry for Safer Roads

‘Broccoli First’ Cry for Safer Roads

ANY road crashes are now thought to -’ • be due to drivers not taking enough broccoli Arcictrnts after dark are often caused lack of vitamin A. Now, says the Home Keonomics Bureau of the S. Department of Agriculture, persons whose livers arc short of vitamin A don't sec well nig
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RABBIT'S FOOT EVERY PLAYER, FOR NOW

RABBIT'S FOOT EVERY PLAYER, FOR NOW

By JOHN THOMPSON and Potters, Somerset dub which has often proved giant-killers in the Cup competition, should this year, surely, win the trophy, the Southern League championship, and maybe the Ryder Golf Cup, and few cricket Tests thrown in as well. Reading the Daily Mirror yes
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TOWN CLUB DEBATES COLOURS BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

TOWN CLUB DEBATES COLOURS BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

/’OLCHESTER football fans were delighted when they heard there was a possibility of the Corporation becoming imbued with local patriotism and painting their buses blue and white, the colours of Colchester United. But they will continue to travel to the Layer-road ground in the o
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

Thursday, January 5, 1939 SOCCER AMBITION IS TO PLEASE A 3 YEAR OLD FAS Says “No to Chance of Cap Why K. I). Downes, the Cambridge University three-quarter, refused a chance of getting a Welsh Rugby cap by withdrawing from the international trial match at Swansea on Saturday was
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
S. SMITH'S “LUCKY BREAK”

S. SMITH'S “LUCKY BREAK”

Sidnev Smith made a break of 105 In its Daily Mail Gold Cup S U match with Tom Ncwn Nottinctham last ii!"ht and won a choc £5. presented a player passing the and also box of < Closing scores: Newman 19 frames. 17 gamo i Tourna Horace Lindrum forgot to bring his cue ;uon« with hi
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Pag-e 27 'i For that reason I surprised it Stoke not pass the next round via replay. A match that

Pag-e 27 'i For that reason I surprised it Stoke not pass the next round via replay. A match that

mav have almost any result is that between the Albion and Manchester United The United have made such improvement In the last month that they may be taken match for most In seven December games they liiiee and drew four, totalling 14 goals Tliis sort of form demands attention, b
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
t.A. CUP-THIRD ROUND 1 ASTON VILLA v. IPSWICH BARNSLEY v. STOCKPORT 1 BIRMINGHAM v. HALIFAX BLACKiII KN v. SWANSEA I

t.A. CUP-THIRD ROUND 1 ASTON VILLA v. IPSWICH BARNSLEY v. STOCKPORT 1 BIRMINGHAM v. HALIFAX BLACKiII KN v. SWANSEA I

BI \( KPOOL v. SHEFFIELD LTD. 1 BRENTFORD v. NEWCASTLE 2 CARDIFF C. v. CHARLTON v I 111 v. SOCTIIA.MPTO.- ( 111 LSEA v. ARSENAL ( II! STI v. COVENTRY ( 111 STLRITELD v. SOUTHEND 1 111 KBY v. EVERTON I I HAM v. lUKY 1 GRIMSBY v. TRAN MERE ROVERS I 111 DIIEKSFTELD v. NOTTINGHAM F.
January 5, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England