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THE DAILY MIRROR A fine quality shirt

THE DAILY MIRROR A fine quality shirt

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June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
sea. (Before the laddie—Old Cod•) Isn't Isn't it time that cattle was fought r everse. and those b~comic papers for

sea. (Before the laddie—Old Cod•) Isn't Isn't it time that cattle was fought r everse. and those b~comic papers for

ren which are here from Ameri- Were dumped into sea before they here? b.e couldn't agree e There is not one lit for an Engchild to see. lirgeon Again . OLD READER Depot - road, r sham (Sussex) with a story "bilt the late Rev. ' H. Spurgeon: ago Spurgeon Preaching to a uonable co
June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
aumgicy 114 U urrn Itr im by b . iett Somerset iet 2 t 47 56 left-arm spinners when our

aumgicy 114 U urrn Itr im by b . iett Somerset iet 2 t 47 56 left-arm spinners when our

Sugar Ray plans i OSSWORD 3 4 E surprise for Maxi EFrom JOHN SAMPSON, New York. WednesdaY• iQUGAR RAY ROBINSON'S camp is talking alp(); 15 Li " secret weapon " in next Monday's tight with Maxim, world light-heavyweight champion • and around Maxim are suspecting it might be Big J
June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RADIO SHOWDOWN by CLIFFORD DAVIS

RADIO SHOWDOWN by CLIFFORD DAVIS

June 19, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sleek Mad gem thief

Sleek Mad gem thief

CASIMIR SMOLAN, 28, liked take care of his sleek black hair. And ti .vas Wily he came to be in the dock at the Old yesterday. A woman saw Smolan near 0 ; :Ilse in Hampstead shortly after it had been robbe f ez £2.000 worth of jewellery. He hurried down the and combed his hair wi
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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THE DAILY MIRROR, JUNE 17, 1952

THE DAILY MIRROR, JUNE 17, 1952

June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MARY BROWN advises a worried bachelor Pip

MARY BROWN advises a worried bachelor Pip

pH', who lives in East Anglia, Is thirtyish and still a bachelor because he is too cautious. He writes: " My difficulty is getting to know a girl without giving the impression that my mind is already made up. As soon as I show any interest in a girl everyone leaps to conclusions
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
things hose . . . . . Hymns, Again " FRED'S MOTHER," Eckington, near Sheffield: HAVE taken a great interest

things hose . . . . . Hymns, Again " FRED'S MOTHER," Eckington, near Sheffield: HAVE taken a great interest

in the stories behind hymns. And I wonder if you can give l e the story behind George Matheson's "0 We, that wilt not let me Go" ? There is a story current that the author !tame engaged to be married, and then lost his with the result that his fiancee broke of f engagement. On r
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR Three Cheers for Ascot!

THE DAILY MIRROR Three Cheers for Ascot!

As , Br ri se a( King St Th ree ch eers - f or A sco t! IT LANDED ON His HEAD, BOUNCED-EXIT BRO WN HIS STAMINA ‘ITHEN Sid Brown ot Middlesex played a ball from Norman Yard- ley (Yorkshire) at Lord's yesterday, it flew off the edge of his bat and hit Harry Halliday, fielding seco
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Yesterday's race winners

Yesterday's race winners

LEICESTER u.—Streatlev ealmer 10-11 1; Flying Angel 17-21. 2; Controller 13-1), 3 6 ran. Hd 1 1. Tote: 3/11: 2/1 3 , 10 Forecast 12/5 2.30. Conantlossom o.3an Richards. 11-10 f), 1: Misthevious Gillian 1154). 2: Ardena 1104). 3 9 ran. 4 L 2 Tote: 4/4: 2 , 4. 2,7. 2/11. 3.o.—Garr
June 17, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England