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The ball goes up for pie

The ball goes up for pie

"DAILY MIRROR" REPORTER PIGEONS fall into Maurice Jacobs's trap as easy as pie, and then he makes pie of them. That suits everybody in the town which regards the birds as a nuisance anyway. At dusk each day, when the birds roost in the eaves of the churches and old buildings of
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GAOL FOOTBALL GAMES BANNED

GAOL FOOTBALL GAMES BANNED

FOOTBALL games have been banned at Barlinnie Prison, Glasgow, because since May eleven prisoners have escaped while matches were being played. Three men who escaped during a game last Saturday are still free. The football ground on which the men play is outside the prison walls.
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
10.0 Luce tra.

10.0 Luce tra.

December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Vick Lozenges are medicated with the throat soothing in- , gredients of Vick \ Vapour-Rub. NO M EDICATE D wonder

Vick Lozenges are medicated with the throat soothing in- , gredients of Vick \ Vapour-Rub. NO M EDICATE D wonder

they relieve coughs faster. GES You'll enjoy their - - . .. delicious, freshen- 1 ing flavour, and so e. TASTE • DO GOOD! )
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CHELTENHAM

CHELTENHAM

I.o.—Vigor (A. Grantham, 54), 1; Panto (101), 2 . , Pippykin (30-100 f), 3. 6 ran. 3 1, same. Tote: 23/9; 8/4, 13/10; forecast 196/11. I.3o.—Gaudelupe (T. Shone, 100-8), 1; Ralootown (5-4 1), 2; Devon Secret (7-2), 3. 11 ran. , Hd, nk. Tote: 15/3; 3/9, 2/5, 2/11. 2.o.—Paris New
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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Not Nervous

Not Nervous

He is the only one five contenders with p ous experience in the eve and he is in no way turbed by the prosp Playing in front of vision cameras i reaches the final. " T wouldn't worry me." says. The boys' championshi started in 1922, has Pr duced many of today's stE players, incl
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
flags

flags

" Please, stationmaster, can I blow the whistle ? " It was difficult to tell whose beam was the larger when the coveted whistle was pr omptly handed over. On the dot. All was set. But one moment. The whistle wasn't enough. There must be a green flag to start a train properly. An
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Shadows

The Shadows

He hurried back to the hall at Cellesur-Morin, France, and thought he saw her in the shadows—with another man ! He slapped her face, knocked out the man, wrenched her silk cape off, took it home and. tore it to pieces. Then he smashed her wedding gift, a china dinner set, to bit
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MEMBERS OF THE D CERTIFIED DIVIDENDS FOR DEC. 27, 1952 1. • • •

MEMBERS OF THE D CERTIFIED DIVIDENDS FOR DEC. 27, 1952 1. • • •

MEMBERS OF THE CERTIFIED DIVIDENDS FOR DEC. 27, 1952 • • • COPES Match Treble Chalice Pool. Ist Div. won with 21 Pts. £24 337 12 0. 20 Pts. £207 9 0. 19 Pts. £lO 12 0. 13 Match Pts. Pool. Only 11 matches played. Ist Div. won with 19 Pts. £224 0 0 for ld. 18 Pts. £l2 3 6. 17 Pts.
December 31, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England