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Max 31, 1924 probable starters. MRXI'SIO (Mrs. S. Whitburn), by" Sunsiar— Maid of Orange, 9-0 (illue and wliite hoops, bluo

Max 31, 1924 probable starters. MRXI'SIO (Mrs. S. Whitburn), by" Sunsiar— Maid of Orange, 9-0 (illue and wliite hoops, bluo

hlesves and cap) (Cottrill)) R. Jones • If U.OERSTON «<Sir John Rutherford), c by Swynford—Seaduno (Cerise and white stripes, white cap) Day) FLINT (Mrs. C. Mayor), c R° k Flint—Bobbin, 9-0 (G. Sadler) DUIGHT KNIGHT (Lord Astor), 1)0 by Gay Crusader—Sunny Jane, 9-0 (Light blue,
31 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
"Cayenne."

"Cayenne."

Amonp the new dinghies on the Broads is Morgan Giles’ (built for Messrs. Christopher and Stuart Boardman) gunter rigger, with a cross-cut sail in which arc six battens! She has proved herself a capable boat in dirty weather, and has earned the soubriipiet of Cayenne from the K.N
31 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
RULES, MAIDEN LANE, STRAND.

RULES, MAIDEN LANE, STRAND.

31 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
SPORTSMEN who desire occasional information telegraphed direct from the Paddock should subscribe to THE SPORTING TIMES LITE PADDOCK SEDUCE which

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31 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
English Girls and Indians.

English Girls and Indians.

When will the parents and guardians of English girls learn wisdom ? Notwithstanding all the warnings that have been provided in recent years, thev not seem to realise the potential evils their girls’ association with young Indians who come to this country to complete their studi
06 September 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Careless Publicity—

Careless Publicity—

Miss Gladys Cooper, fear, has been made a victim the publicity indiscriminately provided the gossip writer. A few days ago tbe popular actress was reported to have said that, while she liked with her family at week-ends, she
06 September 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Sunday at Deepdene.

Sunday at Deepdene.

Last afternoon T motored down with sonic friends to Deepdene, *’ Dorking. where —regardless of the rain—a goodly number of people bad foregathered from town. A great display ears was seen in the drive. The teacups clattered, the hand discoursed sweet music, and the devotees of T
06 September 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
By LOUNGER.

By LOUNGER.

The main topic of discussion in and around the dubs during the past week, of course, has been the British Empire | Exhibition at Wembley, which the I King opened on Wednesday. It was a happy thought that suggested St. . George's Day for the inauguration, ■ and, in keeping with t
26 April 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
'April 20, 190,

'April 20, 190,

26 April 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England