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TOP-LEVEL DOCK SIR

TOP-LEVEL DOCK SIR

October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HIS BRIDE

HIS BRIDE

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October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
issuing on Monday excerpts from the farce " Dry Rot," now running in London. The artists, who include JOHN SLATER

issuing on Monday excerpts from the farce " Dry Rot," now running in London. The artists, who include JOHN SLATER

and actormanager BRIAN RIX, recorded the dialogue in a studio. The " atmosphere" laughter was recorded in the theatre and dubbed on later. It has its amusing moments, but how you miss seeing what's going on. . . •,.,,,,,....„.. r .„ ..„,, - , .` ,. ,..- . .. , .. , , , i'1• ,---
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MINSTREL TRIUMPHS IN LAST FEW STRIDES

MINSTREL TRIUMPHS IN LAST FEW STRIDES

By NEWSBOY LORD ROSEBERY'S Minstrel, a 66-1 outsider, gained a thrilling neck win in a photo fini s h for the Cambridgeshire at Newmarket yesterday after my nap, Queen's Beeches, had appeared to have the race in safe keeping. Queen's Beeches, second, was a neck in front of Marsh
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Third Whi Bid

Third Whi Bid

Behind Turk's Blood came Magic Circle (fifth) in front of Jupiter, Sunny Brae, Durante, Military Court and Biberius. Today Yorick II is a French challenger for the Jockey Club Cup and his form is good enough for him to win. But I nap Brilliant Green to gain her third win of the
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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DAILY MIRROR, kgger cut from transfer cash Give Scottish players a UNION PUTS PLA A From ROB Adelaide, joined the

DAILY MIRROR, kgger cut from transfer cash Give Scottish players a UNION PUTS PLA A From ROB Adelaide, joined the

M here today. BEFORE The limp d cern Denis. thought was Baillie says: 'I am in had not slop utes since th which he t o isEngland mad landing at K no hurry to go ..„..: LEAGUEBut I will happier mat have seen tics tomorro the A trace i ty p o e f "DAILY MIRROR" He interv i e w e d
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WCASTLE TO K MANAGER

WCASTLE TO K MANAGER

TAYLOR .STLE UNITED ' - ing for a reorge Martin Stan Seyman, has acted 'tanager. 3.T's annual ag Mr. Sey- We know we tger and we Acing out for last two years. them come erent clubs _al that we man. And as find him we ,ere asked at bout the pror recently of lan, their Scot- tish
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Emperor Marlon

Emperor Marlon

" Butter-fingers " Mild Dutch Cheese is popular with children; many of them eat it in little chunks by itself. Another way is in sandwiches—easy, because Dutch Cheese is too creamy to ask for REAL Advertiser's Announcement Maybe they'll settle for Brando, who plays Napoleon in
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Newi Owed/

Newi Owed/

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October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
No bread for VIEWPOINT 32 farthings

No bread for VIEWPOINT 32 farthings

FOR some time my husband and I, both old age pensioners, have been saving farthings in case of need. The day came. We counted them and there were forty-eight. Then we walked for an hour trying to buy a large loaf with them. Not one shop would take the price of a loaf (eightpence
October 28, 1954 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England