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THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

thirtet__ .rgu_ Savitt threatened to default. Then the umpire rul that McGregor was entitled to wear spikes. Many appeals were made to the American as sat by the court. Sir Norman Rookes, president of the Australian Lawn Tennis Association, then went on the court and the match f
January 26, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Doctor says drug makes people more clever BRIEF

Doctor says drug makes people more clever BRIEF

• BING CROSBY and Bob Hope are planning to play in the British Amateur Golf Championship at Prestwick, Ayrshire, in May, cables the Daily Mirror New York correspondent. Orchard ho, Mr. Harold Macmillan, Mi Government, has given a van dwellers on a cherry orc Slough. He has disal
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHAT CAN YOU REMEMBER

WHAT CAN YOU REMEMBER

H OW tar oack does your memory go ? This week a sixteen-vearold girl described in court an incident that occurred when she was three. And the Commissioner of the court commented: " Some people's memories can go back to the time when they were two, three or four. I can remember o
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BILL TO ALTER LIBEL LAW

BILL TO ALTER LIBEL LAW

VI,THEN a distinguished barrister, who later became a County Court judge, got heavy damages because of a defamatory reference to someone of the same name in a fiction story, the case started a lot of talk about reforming Britain's libel law. Yesterday the campaign went a step fu
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
3,000 BRITISH TROOPS PATROL

3,000 BRITISH TROOPS PATROL

BRITAIN'S garrison in Egypt was last night put on a near-war footing, says Reuter, in reply to reports of mounting threats by the Egyptian Government to use force against British occupation of part of Ismailia. Three infantry battalions —about 3.000 menpatrolled the town. Outsid
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
100 LONDON BUSMEN STRIKE

100 LONDON BUSMEN STRIKE

`EVEN HUNDRED London busmen, all based on Dalston Garage, decided at a mass meeting last night to strike today. The routes affected are Nos. 9. 11, 47, 78, 208 and 208 A. The men object to new Sunday schedules. Two men were suspended on Monday for refusing to work to them last S
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
It took all day, but Norman got the man he wanted By 808 FERRIER

It took all day, but Norman got the man he wanted By 808 FERRIER

TODAY'S FOOTBALL Third Division (N.).—Bradford C v. Tranmere (2.30): Lincoln v Chester 12.45). Gateshead V. Darlington 12.30) Scottish League Div. A. — Morton v. Airdrie 12 45) Stirling v. St Mirren (2.45). Div. B.—Alb i on Rovers v Stenhoasetinuir 2 301 Rugby League.—BrAlsn Emp
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WINSTON GETS MEDAL

WINSTON GETS MEDAL

Mr. Churchill, who has a cold, yesterday received the New York City Medal of Honour in his sick room at the home of Mr. Bernard Baruch in New York. Lord Moran, Mr. Churchill's personal physician, is reported to have said the Premier still has some fever but is progressing. Print
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
COMMON TASK

COMMON TASK

THE outcome of the London conference of Commonwealth Finance Ministers at first sight looks encouraging. The Ministers will take back to their governments " definite proposals " for action to ensure that in the second half of this year the sterling area's spending will not excee
January 23, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Butler may shocks have tax in store

Butler may shocks have tax in store

M R. BUTLER, Chancellor of the Exchequer, is to reveal his economy plans next Wednesday, writes Bill Greig. He will speak for about two hours, beginning just after 3.30 p.m. This is a speech of Budget length, and it has started rumours that he may be including proposals of a bud
January 25, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England