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IN CUP

IN CUP

PLAYBOY A / ~:ti: I, ' __,•,- • • t%L t " Get airborne, mate !—Flat racing ended WEEKS ago ! "
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PERSIAN WAR: NO RETURN YET, SAYS DAVIES By DICK RATCUFF

PERSIAN WAR: NO RETURN YET, SAYS DAVIES By DICK RATCUFF

PERSIAN WAR. the Champion Hurdler who Is out of action with an injured foot, will be seen by a veterinary surgeon today. But trainee Cohn Davies said at Leicester yesterday: " I still do not think there will be any chance of running him until the New Year." DaVies had one winner
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HAYDOCK PARK

HAYDOCK PARK

BOUVERIE 1 . IS—M ATAM BA I.4S—CLYDE BRIDGE 2.IS—VALAIS 2.4 S—CANDY MAN 3.15--81RKI.ER'S HARD 3.4S—PAIIIOMA MEWSMITS GAMBY MAM and IMIDCLEWS HARD. MATCUPF: 1.46. AMER GAME: 2.45. ROUGE AUTUMN (MAP) ; 3.15. HARD. HIWIIBOY I.IS-VICTOIIIA DOLLAR 1.66-CLYDE MIDGE 2.15-TWO SIMONS 2.4
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sea Empress

Sea Empress

LEICESTER : Soft 2 12m. bur.. ran).—TART .T. 2 MOT IYanll. 11-4). 11 Roush. (Legman. 6-3 H. 3: rieral (Biddlecombe. 100 11) 3. Also' 100-30 Regular (6th). 1 With Water 44(11). I Tarsier (OW. Master Colin, :00-1 Ludy Cb • t (last) IW-2 Roya Scandal. RI Kings Temple (7(b). Sweet W
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POOLS - THE CHANCELLOR of the —millions of them, in fact. punters. Latest betting duty figures show to £13,236,000 compared

POOLS - THE CHANCELLOR of the —millions of them, in fact. punters. Latest betting duty figures show to £13,236,000 compared

with £11,952,000 in October, 1967. And the Chancellor takes 33 per cent. of that in tax. Betting on horse racing. where the duty is only 5 per cent., slumped by just over 20 per cent. for the same period. November will show an even bigger boom in pools betting as it saw the Intr
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Warned

Warned

But Mr. Wilson, the ambassador said, made no reference to a withdrawal of British troops from Germany or any consequences for the British position in Four-Power Berlin. The ambassador warned the German reporters against dramatising the meeting or drawing the conclusion that Mr.
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 2 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, November 27,1968

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November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'LIVES IN VOID'

'LIVES IN VOID'

By WILLIAM WOLFF A HARROWING account of the sixteen-month ordeal of Anthony Grey, the British journalist under solitary house arrest in Peking, was sent to London yesterday. The report was cabled by Mr. Percy Cradock. one of two British diplomats allowed to see Mr. Grey yesterda
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MOVE TO HELP THE HANDICAPPED

MOVE TO HELP THE HANDICAPPED

Responsibility for educating mentally handicapped children is to be transferred from the Health Ministry to the Education Ministry. This move, announced in the Commons yesterday is expected to benefit such children because of advances in teaching methods.
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ITALY'S NEW LEANER

ITALY'S NEW LEANER

Italy's Preident Saragat asked Signor Mariano Rumor, leader of the country's Christian Democrats, to form a government to replace the one that resigned a wek ago.
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England