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MISS GLEITZE IN LONDON OVATION FROM CROWD . ROBBED OF TESTIMONIALS .

MISS GLEITZE IN LONDON OVATION FROM CROWD . ROBBED OF TESTIMONIALS .

LOOKING frail and well after nor splendid failure , in hor " vindication swim" of tho Clmnnol on Friday , Miss Mercodos Gloitzo stepped briskly put of tho Folkc 6 tono train at Charing Cross on Saturday . A crowd of swimming ontliusiasls—among them scores of women of all ages—wa
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
7 to suit the mos criaca 20 XV . ~ X IAL TOBACCO CO . ( OF GREAT BRITAIN AND

7 to suit the mos criaca 20 XV . ~ X IAL TOBACCO CO . ( OF GREAT BRITAIN AND

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24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
BLAIRGOWRIE AND SUNDAY GOLF

BLAIRGOWRIE AND SUNDAY GOLF

I \ view of the decision ( 49 votes io 45 ) at the annual meeting of Blairgowrie Golf ( Jlub last week to permit play on ihc Koscmount course on Sundays after 1 I' -M .. considerable speculation was indulged in yesterday afternoon as io -whether play would take place . Many town
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MR COOK AND HIS VISA

MR COOK AND HIS VISA

" The Polish Government had said , ' Cooksky from Moscow must stop away from Poland . ' Just fancy . I am a danger to Poland . They make me feel a big man . My chest went olit and 1 thought of telephoning to Winston Churchill to lend me one of his huts . " ( Laughter . ) This re
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
YESTERDAY'S GLASSES ARE NOT EQUAL TO TODAY'S DEMANDS . '

YESTERDAY'S GLASSES ARE NOT EQUAL TO TODAY'S DEMANDS . '

24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
embrace in the one frame the convenience of perfect reading & distance vision , yet are in no way disfigured

embrace in the one frame the convenience of perfect reading & distance vision , yet are in no way disfigured

by the unsightly cement ed "« eams" of the earlier patterns To have your eves tested by Lizars and to be supplied with LizaraGlasses is trie finest compliment a person can pay to the well-beine of their sight NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE OPTICIAN Write lor BoMtl , " Eitlitht " Frit
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LIZARS" T 0 RT 015 ESHELL —are the standard by which Tortoiseshell Evewear is iudced .

LIZARS" T 0 RT 015 ESHELL —are the standard by which Tortoiseshell Evewear is iudced .

LIZARS' BIFOCAL
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
r m L .. . ' -Mfe flf rg A change to Benger s has been the turning point in

r m L .. . ' -Mfe flf rg A change to Benger s has been the turning point in

the life of many a backward baby . ' My youngest boy , aped 16 months , has been brought up ' on . Bangers Food from 3 months . Be Is very bright and sturdy , has cut hit teeth without trouble , and everyone says he it a . great credit ' , o Benger i . Several peoplo who have as
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ENGLISH DIVORCE UW " MENTALLY IMMORAL "

ENGLISH DIVORCE UW " MENTALLY IMMORAL "

' The i . ng ! i-h divon-e law is uirniall y iininoral , * ' said l * rofer-or C Delisle Burns . I . edurer in Logic sr . d I'hilo-opliy at the University of London , spcakiiu : yesterday o : i "Marriage" at ihe Uuildhou ^ e , ] - " iX'lt ' sto : i Stiuare . London . SAV . ** ]
24 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
An Aeronautical Library . Scottish Flying Club , 101 St Vincent Street , Glasgow , October 29 , 1927 .

An Aeronautical Library . Scottish Flying Club , 101 St Vincent Street , Glasgow , October 29 , 1927 .

Sir , —Now that tho Scottish Aoro 'Club is practically a fait accompli , and part of tho schomo being to form a modern aeronautical library , tho idea suggests itself . that porhaps a sympathiser might be prepared to consider tho presentation to the Club of tho foundation stock
31 October 1927 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland