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ELUSIVE

, ' • • . • ••••••••:!;i;i:: : : : : : :• :: e; . •;•i; • - •• • . , : PHIL DAVID S He replaces Chris Winn.
January 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOUTH SOCCER,

YOUTH SOCCER,

THESE `ENGLAND' BOYS GO ON
January 19, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NOW! iVA EN/

NOW! iVA EN/

NOW! EN/ BRILL() Soap Pads CONTAINING -JEWELLER'S-POLISH Scour, ale / a i n't' Shine IN ONE QUICK Get free now from messy scraping ! Damp your BRILLO Pad, rub it over the pan, rinse. Scorchy, gluey horror is clean gone ! Your pan glitters like new ! Only BRILLO can work this ligh
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
E HAD £5OOOO OF THE FIRM'S CASH

E HAD £5OOOO OF THE FIRM'S CASH

SAYS GIRL IN just under a year, a fairhaired girl cashier said yesterday, she let her firm's assistant buyer have up to £50,000 of the firm's money. The buyer, Sidney Bloom, 36, told her that the managing director wanted the money for personal reasons, the cashier, Miss Joan Eve
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
He Broke Gramophone

He Broke Gramophone

Mrs. Beer had co m - plained that when her husband wa s irritated h e broke up the furniture, but the commissioner did not accept that. Once Mr. Beer wanted to have a discussion with a friend—no doubt on philosophical anarchy—and Mrs. Beer wanted to play the gramophone. Mr. Beer
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A BETTER VIEW

A BETTER VIEW

A twenty-yard belt of trees has been planted by Imperial Chemical Industries round their £30,000,000 new plant at Wilton (Yorks), to improve the view for people travelling to the seaside at Redcar from Tees-side.
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGBY LEAGUE CUP

RUGBY LEAGUE CUP

First Round (First Leg) : Bramley 5, Warrington 30. (Second Leg): Featherstone R. 16, St. Helens 27; Huddersfield 31, Belle Vue R. 6; Salford 3, Hunslet 18.
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL AIKMAN

LIVERPOOL AIKMAN

Falkirk L Celtic 2 SCHEMING Willie Fernie is not often among the goals. But one by Willie in the tenth minute of this Scottish Cup-tie at Brockville Park yesterday, will go down as one of Celtic's lucky ones, writes Alec Young. It came from a free kick for an infringement which
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN - 1, Track; 2, Rush; 3, Plant; 4, Born; 5, Pours; 6, occupy; 7, Particle; 8, Kingly; 11, Take

DOWN - 1, Track; 2, Rush; 3, Plant; 4, Born; 5, Pours; 6, occupy; 7, Particle; 8, Kingly; 11, Take

ill 14, scum Weapon; 16, Rouse; 20, Ran; Mira 22, Highlander; 23. Measure: 24, Finds fault; 27, Yearns; -u 31, 29, Island Italian port: Exi 30, College , pogo] ; 34, st.
February 18, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
even t one us. . at ' 44AA ~yam In roes Hungary s filth pool—and into the net behind Sid

even t one us. . at ' 44AA ~yam In roes Hungary s filth pool—and into the net behind Sid

Owen, flies Jozsel Toth
May 24, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England