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July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WICKEDNESS HELPS, SHE SAYS

WICKEDNESS HELPS, SHE SAYS

French film star * Corinne Calvet (above) says there should be a bit of badness in every good man. " Women adore a little wickedness in their husbands —especially French women," she says. "My husband, for instance, teases me about my figure. Says I'm too skinny. Says he likes cu
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BUMPS UPSET JOCKEYS

BUMPS UPSET JOCKEYS

Betting.-7-2 agst Coltbridge. 9-2 Brister's Buttons, 11-2 Royal Lion, 6 Ferlie Fairins, 7 Trullus, 8 Brumfield._ 3.45 -DUMFRIES 3-Y-0 HANDICAP. 6f. 040 Solhaven, 8-6 . 443 Miss Portia, 8-4 033 Dip, 8-3 Mook Britt 42 Windsor Glitter, 8-0 Maher 102 Fair Charger, 7-13. J. Thompson
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOTEL 'NO WAS WAIVED

HOTEL 'NO WAS WAIVED

T HE swing doors of the dining-room of aSi no dogs," but this rule was waived when - coloured, unclipi I yesterday. The The guests Barlaston, and DOONSIDE'S SELECTIONS wife Alice was. AYR.-2.15, Knavesmire; 2.45, Regal Lion; 3.15, Royal Lion; 3.45, Epicurus; 4.15, Eve's Delight;
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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DRAGGED TO DEATH

DRAGGED TO DEATH

A fisherman was killed yesterday when he was dragged five miles by a dying whale which he had harpooned off the AzoreS.
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YACHTING

YACHTING

Britain finished seventh and eleventh respectively in the six metre and 5.5 metre classes. WRESTLING First Round Results of contests in which British competitors took part— Flyweight: H. Weber (Germany) beat L. Cheetham (Britain), fall fin. 12s. Featherweight: N. Guivethchi (Per
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Theatrical; 2, Gi r l's name; 3, Among; 4, Zero; 5, Deity; 6, Spoiled; 7, M.ichaelm•as daisy; 8, Seat; 11, Introduction; 13, Gymnastic apparatus: 15, European river: 18, Weapon; 19, Trawl, maybe; 20. Title; 21, Craft; 22. Brute: 23, Olympics ?; 24, Narratives; 26, Win d; 28.
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Bailey sets the pace with a quick Olympic victory

Bailey sets the pace with a quick Olympic victory

medal. A I cDONALD BAILEY, 31, Britain's sprint cham--Y-11 pion from Trinidad, made a wonderful start to his bid for an Olympic Games gold medal when the track events began yesterday. He won his 100 metres heat in 10.4 s.—only a fifth of a second outside the world record. Mikhai
July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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CALIFOR

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July 21, 1952 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England