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TRIANGLE

TRIANGLE

since making his first appearance in 1878 ( !), Mr. Selten has been doing a bit of stage globetrotting. He spent much of this period in America. Fortunately for British films, nobody on the other side discovered his camera talents. Tala Dire!' watches . . . but Melvyn Douglas se
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHELSEA

CHELSEA

GA UMONT PALACE—Yvonne Arnaud. " THE IMPROPER DUCHESS " (A), 2.50, 6.20, 9.50. Chas. Bickford, " JAVA SEAS " (A), 1.25, 4.55, 8.25. Stage.
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IT'S EASY TO IN DISTRESS RESCUE DAMSELS IN A SWIMPLANE BY A SPECIAL

IT'S EASY TO IN DISTRESS RESCUE DAMSELS IN A SWIMPLANE BY A SPECIAL

I HAVE just won the " blue riband " of the Rickmansworth Aquadrome and rescued a lovely mannequin from the perils of the deep. Yet I can't swim. Carol, the mannequin, very kindly shouted " Help ! " and looked suitably frightened. What more incentive could I want to break the sel
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MASS CHANGE OF RELIGION

MASS CHANGE OF RELIGION

Delegates at the depressed classes conference at Bombay yesterday agreed that they were prepared to change their religion en masse as the only method of securing equality and freedom, says Reuter. As a first step they decided to give up the worship of Hindu deities, the observan
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
:onday, June 1, 1936 AGIRL can lead a man up the garden path, but she cannot make him propose. That

:onday, June 1, 1936 AGIRL can lead a man up the garden path, but she cannot make him propose. That

is an elementary psycho- logical truth that too many modern girls fail to realise. They seem to imagine that they have only to get a man involved with them emotionally, so that he spends the major part of his salary on theatre and dance tickets, and the major part of his leisure
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PONY RACING HINTS

PONY RACING HINTS

At Northolt Park to-day the following horses may be returned winners:- 2.30, Maiden's Despair; 3.0, Young Jim; 3.30, Ethelstone*; 4.0, Reedbed; 4.30, Sarnet, 5.0. Dolly Dimple. Likely winners at Chelmsford are:- 3.0, Nun Nicer II: 3.30, Ardmore; 4.0, Grey Metal; 4.30. Bitterness
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THOMSON PLAY IN WILL u.s.

THOMSON PLAY IN WILL u.s.

"Never Quite Sure" in Amateur Final I am happy to have brought back the title to Scotland," was the enthusiastic remark of the young Scot, Hector Thomson, after he had defeated Jim Ferrier. the Australian champion, by two noles in the thirty-six holes final of the British amateu
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN No. 12—Daniel, Son of Raymond Massey and Adrianne Allen Two-and-a-half-year-old Daniel darkeyed, fair-haired, sturdy—marched up and down

OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN No. 12—Daniel, Son of Raymond Massey and Adrianne Allen Two-and-a-half-year-old Daniel darkeyed, fair-haired, sturdy—marched up and down

OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN No. 12—Daniel, Son of Raymond Massey and Adrianne Allen Two-and-a-half-year-old Daniel darkeyed, fair-haired, sturdy—marched up and down the room in his soldier uniform. " Can't go to Buckingham Palace to-day," he announced importantly, " but I've got a g
June 1, 1936 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England