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THINGS THEATRICAL.

THINGS THEATRICAL.

008 DITK-BOOK. atnrday. Last night .at Tha fiariaa at Allab," Drary Laaa. landay. Sarah Barahardt. Prinecat Abbay Thaatra baaatU matlaaa, Aaibasaadara. Wadncaday. la Mabal’a Raam.*’ Tha Playbaaoa. Friday.-" Olivia.” XMwyeta, 3.30. April (Satarday).—Laat alght at ** Aladdin,” Hip
02 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
MISSION ARE ALLOWED IN FULL. CHAPMAN

MISSION ARE ALLOWED IN FULL. CHAPMAN

TURF COHHISSOMER (Member of tho loading Sporting Club*),
02 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
(BaPtAjuiU, W, Propri«tor»J

(BaPtAjuiU, W, Propri«tor»J

Printed for tie Proprietor* WmsooK ft Co., Ln. ( 19,14, *nd 15, Wliitefriar* Street, E.O. 4, nd Published *t 6, Racquet Court, Fleet Street, 2.192? ~L Satoxdat, Amu. S, 1021,
02 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FREE. SELECTIONS APPROVAL if dtsirti on Bijtwict or Deposit. SCOTTS” 1, OLD BOND ST., PICCADILLY, W. THOS.

ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST FREE. SELECTIONS APPROVAL if dtsirti on Bijtwict or Deposit. SCOTTS” 1, OLD BOND ST., PICCADILLY, W. THOS.

B. TIPTON, Hanogint Director.
02 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
(Hants of the Card Table. >

(Hants of the Card Table. >

■When Lord Milltbwn (belter known, perhaps, as Harry Leeson) died, he was described As “giant of the cardtable.” Bridge had not yet been invented ; whist was still the chief game played. At the so-called “Pony and Five table of the Turf Club, Jaraczewski, Sam Batchelor, Joe Morr
16 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 

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Br THE PLAETER.

Br THE PLAETER.

THE PLAETER. A LESSON IN MASSESS. Mrs Mackworth worked hard, and was rewarded the glorious feeling that no one had for many years denied her right to the crown of behuty. Some women-sneered and said , she painted too thick. But this was a lie. Others declared that if she had not
16 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
TUSSAUD’S. JACK HOBBS.

TUSSAUD’S. JACK HOBBS.

Already the Surrey marvel has been made comparatively immortal in wax. lit Tussaud's, only true celebrities find inclusion. Mr. J. W. H. T. Douglas is stout fellow enough as a cricketer. I doubt if he will grace the Tussaud collection. There is nothing magnetic about J. W. H. T.
16 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Then Bill, who loves adventure, and delights in stealing Jam, Had his nursery done in violet and Mack; Every evil

Then Bill, who loves adventure, and delights in stealing Jam, Had his nursery done in violet and Mack; Every evil

impulse fades 'mid such salutary shades,' Though his nurse prefers to cure him with a smack. Having schemed their reformation, Judge my feelings when wife Saidi “I'm sending Bill to boarding-school next term, And James prefers dull blue, and I worship orange too, We're swopping
16 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
OPTIMISTS ALL.

OPTIMISTS ALL.

Nobody can really tell from day to day what the latest development will be, so we can only sit and think—or only sit!—and hope that 10 p.m. this Friday will not materialise as the dreaded strike hour after all. The optimism that is permanently in every racing enthusiast's heart
16 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Abbots Traoo.

Abbots Traoo.

On Tuesday morning Jellia Ablx>ta Trace over close mile at fop speed, Bnntaquest liringing the. City horse along good purpose. Indeed, the pacemaker fulfilled his part of the business to such a tune that Jack was ns good as his master." Whether such would have been the case had
16 April 1921 - Sporting Times - London, London, England