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OUR DATE-BOOK.

OUR DATE-BOOK.

Sunday.-" Man and the Masset," New Stage Society. Monday.- stage Society repeat. New, 2.30. Wednesday— The Punch Bowl,” Duke of York’s. Thursday— " Romeo and Juliet,’ Regent. Friday.-” The Tropic Line," Everyman. Mav 25 (Sunday).—” Wife to a Famous Man," Aldwych (.Play Actors),
17 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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17 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Start ran fornard in useful company at the other day, and ought to bo capable of winning tho Sudbury T.Y.O.

Start ran fornard in useful company at the other day, and ought to bo capable of winning tho Sudbury T.Y.O.

(S.) Plato. Although there no idea that Dawson City is another Papyrus, Jarvis has a high opinion the colt, and expects him to run for tho Newmarket Stakes Wednesday. KEMPTON. FRIDAY. Sudbury T.V.O. (S.), Start; Prince of Males’ Stakes, Silverford; Stewards’ H., Grand Knight, if
17 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Nail Gow the Great.

Nail Gow the Great.

When Neil Gow credited Lord Rosebery with (he prize surely saw one of the best finishes of all time. the last quarter mile the bearer flic primrose and rose hoops and Lemberg ran home locked together so that none of the course except the man in the box with his eyes glued on the
03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
OUR SELECTION FOR THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS.

OUR SELECTION FOR THE TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS.

Some of the three-yeur-olds we saw at Newmarket Craven Week gathering reminded us of Wembley—they were not ready. Some, of the others also reminded of the Great Exhibition—they were too green to know their business on the vast” course at H.Q. Although some of the lesser secondse
03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
SALMON TROUT.

SALMON TROUT.

is possible that Salmon Trout may have earned more reputation than --table confidence in the Greenham, but the fact remains that he was one of the lirst beaten, and must prove himself igain before he will inspire public onfidence.
03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
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03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Week-end Runners.

Week-end Runners.

Jehosaphat has gone to Stockton for the Spring Handicap, and he is as fit as anything trained at Kgerton House, having done lot of work leading Knight of the Garter. The handicap certainly' favours him, and if he gives his true running he will win, but on occasion he has shown s
03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY (MAY 7).

WEDNESDAY (MAY 7).

FACING: Newmarket, Two Ttousand Qulnesa. Hexham, „. _ Newton Abbot. l ''' l KingOto-ffe v. Coronation Cup, Porters Park. Bradford y. Huddersfield, i w .„ Hawksworth. SHOW: Kennel Club, Championship Dog Show, Olympia. o.\INQ: Billlneskate Flshworkers* Tourna- People’s Palace ly.x
03 May 1924 - Sporting Times - London, London, England