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BIG SHAKE-UP AT VILLA PARK

BIG SHAKE-UP AT VILLA PARK

By BILL HOLDEN A SHOCK-TREATMENT blitz hit F.A. Cupholders Aston Villa yesterdayand the echoes haven't died yet. There may be further dramatic moves behind the scenes soon. Here is what happened yesterday: Bill Moore, "iron-man" trainer whose work, Villa directors have said, aid
November 1, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
• IRON ,AMER/GO HOPE DEWHURST

• IRON ,AMER/GO HOPE DEWHURST

A MERIGO, who earlier this season looked a potential champion, rfent the way of so many our most promising wo-year-olds when he failed pitifully at Newmarket yesterday. He was attempting a come-back after a three months' absence in the Dewhurst Stakes—a race won in recent years
November 1, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SPORT IN BRIEF EAST

SPORT IN BRIEF EAST

shire's Coventry line-out expert, John Price. But the real star was Welshman Colin Hewitt, who lives, works and trains in Coventry but insists on playing his Saturday Rugby for Cardiff's reserve team.
November 1, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BOY DEAD ON RAILWAY

BOY DEAD ON RAILWAY

The body of Alan Trevor Jones, eighteen - year - old bank clerk, of Kingsmead. New Barnet, Herts, was found on the railway at Salwarpe, near Droitwich, Worcs, yesterday. tie had been missing from home since last Wednesday.
December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Monday, December 2, 1957 PAGE

DAILY MIRROR, Monday, December 2, 1957 PAGE

December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DIE AFTER SKIFFLE

DIE AFTER SKIFFLE

Firemen had to use a hacksaw wife Margaret, 31, of Meads-road. and metal cutters to get the other Wood Green, London. -bodies from the wreckage. A youth who saw the crash, The couples were: Anthony Swannell, 17, of Enfield Mr. Albert Parker, 60, the driver Wash, collapsed from s
December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
it a COLD

it a COLD

or the symptoms of FLU? -the unique prescription for Colds & Flu That first sneeze, sudden shiver, or dry tickle in your throat are clear warnings of a cold—or it may well be flu. So, be wise, take a Beecham's Powder, the unique prescription for colds and flu. Because of their f
December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAKE YOUR HOBBY A CAREER

MAKE YOUR HOBBY A CAREER

l e.l f you're a boy good with y , ands, and don't want to factory all your life—the _ it Force is your job. Terrific are coming in ir; play a part in them! Joi oy Entrant between 15 an, trade for every terested in the specialised kineerin g trades? There's n' training ground th
December 2, 1957 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England