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DISTORTED CHARACTERISATION IN POPULAR FICTION. By PLOHER.

DISTORTED CHARACTERISATION IN POPULAR FICTION. By PLOHER.

DISTORTED CHARACTERISATION POPULAR FICTION. By PLOHER. Next to reality in atmosphere the most important thing in a novel is temperament. In these days when writers of all shades of opinion employ the channel offered by fiction for the dissemination of propaganda this ques tion* b
07 June 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
WHITE WINGS ON BLUE WATERS

WHITE WINGS ON BLUE WATERS

WILL BRITANNIA HOLD HER OWN?; U.S.A. AND THE SIX METRES. By CODE S. The King’s cutter, "Britannia,” has at length been safely launched again, and now lies in Medina River waiting for her mast to be stepped. It will be intensely interesting to watch her performances in the southe
07 June 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
“THE SPORTING TIMES" ON THE CONTINENT and in AMERICA. In response to t>e request of large number of readers Sportiwo

“THE SPORTING TIMES" ON THE CONTINENT and in AMERICA. In response to t>e request of large number of readers Sportiwo

Times who are now holidaying on the Continent generally, ami on the Riviera particularly, we append a list of our Agentj from whom The Pink *Uh may be obtained regularly. ANTIBES.—M. ANORfiF.RI. 49. Rue Llbralrie H. BERGER CIE, 2, Place la Victoira. BEAULIEU -M. EUGENE ABBIATE.
23 February 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
D.M.GANT

D.M.GANT

I Rst>bll«lie( Snfllclent \ NO LIMIT B.P. On ftnyracd tinder Jockey Club Rules. Full Odd*, thonld they reach 100 to win and 25 to place. PLACE BETTING Kven when favonrite starts “odds on.” RACECOURSE TELEGRAMS. Clients attending a taco meeting may dispatch to the actual “off." i
23 February 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
'Dora'’ Recalled

'Dora'’ Recalled

Mo-l of got our knife into Lord d Abernon for his "Dora Drink stunt in war years, and the legacy remains, for tire still almost controlled in our vexatious restrictions. That, however, is nothing do with Lord d Abernon as - racing man. lie trains in LambloiTs stable with Lord De
23 February 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
May 17, 1024.

May 17, 1024.

17 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
DERBY TRUMPS?

DERBY TRUMPS?

e made passing comment last week on the Thousand Guineas result, which seemed to leave four horses all of a heap, though we know that Donoghue thought that was beaten more than a nock, by Bright Knight, for second place behind Diophon, whose head success has been the subject of
17 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Physique in Coif.

Physique in Coif.

An Ajiionoau lias delved into ilic ijuesiinn of physique in golf. among his small men Harold l/illon and Gene Sarazcn ; he numbers among his tall men Arthur Havers and Roger Wclhered; and his sturdily built men include Cyril Tolley, Abe Milvhcll, and Edward Ray. In summing up, t
17 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE PAINT AND POWDER GIRL.-&eP.7.

THE PAINT AND POWDER GIRL.-&eP.7.

THE PAINT AND POWDER GIRL.-&e .7. Pompous Pirates 1 TIAVE you ever been in prison! No, but I’m married.” A MATTER of Moments. Tu-be or not Tu-be involved. ALES without a M^oral: x “I Loathe Hypocrisy,” said the Boss, Telling Off an erring Underling. And then he went Home and Kiss
29 March 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England