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2.45: DRAMATIC EVENT (J. Murray, 13-80 1; Monomoy Light (5-1) 2; Send In The Clowns (7-1) 3. 9 ran. nk, 2 (J. Etherington) Tote: £3.00; £l.lO, £1.70, £2.10; Df: £7.60; Csf: £11.19. 3.15: STAR MAESTRO (J. Lowe, 12-1) 1; Cool Enough (7-1) 2; Flomegas Day (25-1) 3; Taranga (5-204.
July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Kentucky Wildcat 430 C Ketti 8.55 S Key Royal (USA) 4.30 C Laharna Girl 4.30 C Laughing Belle 2.45 Y

Kentucky Wildcat 430 C Ketti 8.55 S Key Royal (USA) 4.30 C Laharna Girl 4.30 C Laughing Belle 2.45 Y

Left 3.00 C Les Yeux D'Amour 2.00 C Linebacker 8.25 S Liquid Asset 2.00 C Lochtillum 8.45 H Lockhart 330 C Long Arm Of Th'law 9.15 H Lover's Secret 7.15 H Lucky Straw 3.45 Y Maiden Bidder 7.25 S Mainbocher (USA) Majeitical Empress (USA) 2.15 Y Mansio 6.55 S Marabeau Special 8.15
July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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P . terday sea today for £75,000. "But it was also wonderful to feel free again, to be able to concentrate on what I wanted most in life. To win major golf titles, not just make money." on forever," said Balle-s--teros. "It was a terrible time. My life seemed to be taken over by
July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RUGBY LEAGUE

RUGBY LEAGUE

TOUR MATCH.— (Auckland): AUCKLAND 30 (T: Tuimavave, Shelford 2, Brown, Leoto. 0: Brown 3, Bancroft 2), GT BRITAIN 14 (T: Glll2. 0: Loughlin 3. HT: 144).
July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Jse win

Jse win

July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
20, 1988 PAGE 31

20, 1988 PAGE 31

July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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July 20, 1988 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MEN WHO HAVE

MEN WHO HAVE

Officers bidding fareive to old f rends kV ~t A last handshake A,payty of repatriated British soldiers recently left Chateau d'Oex ; -in Switzerland, for England (Exclusive to The Daily Mirror.) w .. ,
April 9, 1918 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Catterick

Catterick

TROOPS, Troops, Troops—and most of them say this is the worst place on earth. I don't think Plenty of dances, if you like your toes trodden on all the time. Troops catered for evotywhere. Civb lians don't seem to count. But here you can meet people from all over the world, it's
September 1, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
"What a famous fellow you look in that coat and scarf I " oelc` Coats for men who matter, dis-

"What a famous fellow you look in that coat and scarf I " oelc` Coats for men who matter, dis-

tingu is hed i n cut and cloth. Coats in bluff tweeds, suave gaberdines, snug to your shoulders, falling in princely folds. " Let us talk of famous men " but, first, of what they're wearing famous Sammy coats! And Sammy scarves (to keep your chin up !) in soft wool. In regimenta
September 1, 1949 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England