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SPORTS DIARY.

SPORTS DIARY.

TO-DAY (FRIDAY), APRIL 9. RAClNG.—Nf'wtmry C'-attenck. Dma Royal—first doy. Bangor. BOXING.-.S K, London A.B.A. DivUionAl gliips— Town Hall. y. London L. & U. C GOLF.— t. Kent— Kent. DOG SHOWS.—Kensington Society—Cryitol Palaoa TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). APRIL 10. RAClNG—Newbury. Oat
10 April 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
SAIT KDAY

SAIT KDAY

Itramblulw S., ROY AT. BATTLE starboru’ T.V.d. S., BELL FINCH (ireat foal Plan-, DIAN; Imberborn It VALI.ON; t'ulirt Weltel RACI.A. NEWMARKET. TI'ESDAV, Piillitijitiatu Stakes, SPARTACUS- Soltvkoff Stakes, Beaufort Stakes SUNDERLAND VALDORE; Tria S,, SKYSIGNAL; Spring Mall Plate
10 July 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
SUMMER’S LULL.

SUMMER’S LULL.

Now is the summer of the theatres’ Oiscontent! No new enterprises arc being projected till the autumn, 1 met a well-known manager in Pall Mall on Tuesday, and in two wellchosen words he summed up the situation once and for all. The words were Nothing doing.” He himself is restin
10 July 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
DAILY DOUBLES. Friday —CARLOTTA & CANNY. Saturday— CELEBRATE & OIAN. Tuesday— ADlEU & HOPE. Wednesday— KENTUCKY & MARINE PARADE. Thursday—

DAILY DOUBLES. Friday —CARLOTTA & CANNY. Saturday— CELEBRATE & OIAN. Tuesday— ADlEU & HOPE. Wednesday— KENTUCKY & MARINE PARADE. Thursday—

SAPERLIPOPETTE & HOPE. S.T. Copyright. The WIZARD.
10 July 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
PICKED up by our microphone. Was their’s a love match? Er—no; they aren’t —ahem—mar- I see —a test match.” ❖

PICKED up by our microphone. Was their’s a love match? Er—no; they aren’t —ahem—mar- I see —a test match.” ❖

❖ ❖ THERE'S a lot to be said for golf. Said, but not printed. "DELFAST has conferred the LL.D. on Mr. Winston Churchill. So nothing remains for us to confer but the L. s. d.
06 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
NO LIMIT.

NO LIMIT.

STRICT PRIVACY GUARANTEED.
06 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Mixed Tongue.

Mixed Tongue.

Though Yiddish is spoken by the Hebrew race it does not contain many Hebrew words as you might imagine. The basis of it is German, with a flavour of Dutch and of Hebrew. My German was not sufficient for to follow much of the dialogue; but the vivacity of the acting, and the gest
06 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
BACK AGAIN.

BACK AGAIN.

—lt will be Interesting to welcome Vesta Victoria back to the variety stage —she appears at the Victoria Palace next week—ami to note how she shapes after her long absence. Much water has flowed under Waterloo Bridge since a cheeky young thing bounced on to the stage one of the
06 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
No. 8258. FERMOV, Co. CORK. IRELAND. Dear Sir, Many thanks for your system which I received five weeks ago, and

No. 8258. FERMOV, Co. CORK. IRELAND. Dear Sir, Many thanks for your system which I received five weeks ago, and

must candidly admit that the results are indeed wonderful. We had four winners last week, Juices ranging from 8/1 to 5/1. am drawing money rom my bookmaker constantly since 1 started using your wonderful system. Again thanking you. T, M. W.C.2.
06 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
MONET TALKS.

MONET TALKS.

Billiards is a funny game. I believe 1 have made that remark before, but in the light of recent events the comment will bear repetition. When matches for stake {I was nearly writing it steak) are being talked about as glibly as the purchase a packet of fags, one really begins to
06 March 1926 - Sporting Times - London, London, England