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LONDON: SATURDAY. JUNES. 1929.

LONDON: SATURDAY. JUNES. 1929.

08 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
T H E Sporting Times. hnoton ’#o.” IDIIORIAL AND MANAGERIAL OFFICES i 96, JERMYN STREET, ST. JAMES’S, LONDON, S.W.I. Telephone:

T H E Sporting Times. hnoton ’#o.” IDIIORIAL AND MANAGERIAL OFFICES i 96, JERMYN STREET, ST. JAMES’S, LONDON, S.W.I. Telephone:

Cerrard £437-8-9. Telegrama: Pinkuniam, Piccy, London. SATURDAY, JUNE 8. 1929.
08 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Current Wit of the

Current Wit of the

Though skies stay grim and grey, No showers pierce the murk Until the time of day That start home from work! life (New York), Marie: it true that Margaret has a secret"sorrow?’’ Anna; ** Why," yes, hasn’t she told you about it?” - • Moustique (Charleroi). Boy Papa, are there peo
22 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
PINK ’UN SUMMER ANNUAL

PINK ’UN SUMMER ANNUAL

The book that has created such demand at all newsagents. Get your copy now. It’s only Is. 6d., and can obtained from every newsagent. Full of clever drawings and stories by well-known writers like M. O. Sale, Vaughan Dryden, Gertie de Wentworth James, Basil Tozer, B. J. Evans an
22 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
(Contimnd from cot 2.)

(Contimnd from cot 2.)

meetings gels you into all sorts of tangles. Prince Lomond (in the Butter burn Plate) has run over varying distances. He may like a mile, id which ease he will close.. Depends on Ascot. TT is not certain whether Bracknell Home will be sent to run in the Northumberland Plate on W
22 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTING TIMES.

THE SPORTING TIMES.

22 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
It said that the dog has performed the miraculous feat of eating his straw bed 1 Stadium Mike got night

It said that the dog has performed the miraculous feat of eating his straw bed 1 Stadium Mike got night

off on Saturday, presumably on the M.O.’s or V.O.’s advice. The modest sub. of £2 head has secured 54‘entries for the Metropolitan Hospitals’ Appeal Cup Sweepstakes at Clapton.
22 June 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
New Filina.

New Filina.

SPLINTERS will be the most popular talkie in London with a certain type of cinemagoer. I can visualise the theatre being filled mainly with men. Rarely does cinema audience join in the chorus of songs from the silver screen.” Yet this wiiat the staid Press audience did at the pt
28 December 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
twopence. WHAT IS WRONG AT STAMFORD BRIDGE ? PADDOCK PERSONALITIES CHELSEA’S BAD LUCK WITH PROMINENT PLAYERS.

twopence. WHAT IS WRONG AT STAMFORD BRIDGE ? PADDOCK PERSONALITIES CHELSEA’S BAD LUCK WITH PROMINENT PLAYERS.

twopence. WHAT IS WRONG AT STAMFORD BRIDGE PADDOCK PERSONALITIES CHELSEA’S BAD LUCK WITH PROMINENT PLAYERS. Outstanding Material that has Failed baturday's Games. By THE SCRIBE. IN «ui endeavour lu solve their centreforward position Chelsea tried the Bromley amateur, G. R. Mills.
28 December 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England