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HARPIC

HARPIC

PERFUMED OR PLAIN specially strong and safe for the lavatory As soon as Sooty has the bone he throws it far and wide. They're rushing madly from the ring: their master's left alone. It rolls along the gangway and comes to a halt outside. What do they care about their act when th
February 4, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
xed up power

xed up power

and Zora Folley, who meet at the Cow Palace — honest, no bull San Francisco, on March 17. As well as having outstanding records these two have both beaten Nino Valdes—Machen stopping him the second time they met. And only last March Valdes Stopped Erskine inside one round. No !
February 4, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
: HIT AT BRAWLING

: HIT AT BRAWLING

possession before the ball touches the ground. A scrummage will not be ordered, as now, " if the ball is unintentionally knocked-on by a player who is in the act of catching it direct from a kick and is recovered by that player before it has touched the ground or another player.
February 4, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
among 17men!

among 17men!

HE new seventeenman, ONE-GIRL Glenn Miller orchestra arrived in Britain for the first time yesterday. And here (right) is THE beauty `with the band, singer Lorry Peters, pie_if tared after her arrival at London Airport. Within two hours of flying in from New York, luscious Lorry
January 20, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DOWN

DOWN

1, Hoarse-voiced; 2, Fleshy; 3, Poetry; 4, Simple; 5, P.o.W. camp; 6, Hibernian; 7, Turf; 8, Bullock; 12, Tarnish; 14, Wager; 18, Drink 19, Live; 20, Rely; 21, Rod 22, Twenty; 23, Large cask 24, Propel; 25, Speeds; 26, Flower; 28, Revise; 30, Seaman.
January 20, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 

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He Knew

He Knew

Tommy, who now has an interest in a horse transport business, told me before the race : " I always thought Polar Flight had the makings of a really good staying 'chaser. I have come to see him win." Wyndburgh and Tiberetta, second and third respectively in last year's " National
January 20, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GIRL 1311'1'S THE GI fi TOWN FELt

GIRL 1311'1'S THE GI fi TOWN FELt

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January 20, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Racing Mirror

Racing Mirror

January 20, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NATION-WIDE MISS RYVITA COMPETITION

NATION-WIDE MISS RYVITA COMPETITION

It's all so easy. Just send us a photograph of yourself, preferably in a swimsuit, with the competition entry form pasted on the back—p/utt one Ryvita wrapper. (Entry forms are also obtainable from your local grocer.) Be sure to read the instructions carefully: you don't want to
February 28, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VALERIE SLATER

VALERIE SLATER

she had asked Mr. Tee's mother, " How can I make Geoffrey love me more ?"-.- and that she was told: " Not by wearing low-cut dresses." She added that in her opinion the dresses she wore when she visited the farm were not low-cut. Miss Slater was asked by Mr. Lawton : " Was there
February 28, 1958 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England