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Getting AW; AY With I T i BY JOHX GORDGE
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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CIND E R ELLA BY CHARLES ROMS' SOX
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
The LURE of GREYHOUND RACING

The LURE of GREYHOUND RACING

The LURE of CRT y HOUND RACING By R. M. Phillips THERE is no doubt now that greyhound racing is firmly established in this country, and that it occupies a strong position among the great national sports. Like all "new things," it was violently opposed in the early days, and many
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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A Happy New Year Will be an assured fact for you if you place a regular order for The Bystander with your newsagent. Among the many interesting features of The Bystander for 1930 will be a series of articles on some aspects of SOCIAL LIFE IN AMERICA, by COLLINSON OWEN Short stori
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
SUCCESS

SUCCESS

S U C C IE N\ 1 11 tf S Marrir WHEN Roger Angrew first came to London from the provinces nobody had ever heard of him. He was a small, ineffectual, uninteresting young man living in a dingy Bayswater boarding-house and earning his living by teaching at a third-rate preparatory sc
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
PYGMALION AND GALATEA-- UP TO DATE

PYGMALION AND GALATEA-- UP TO DATE

A MODERN SCULPTOR'S MASTERPIECE COMES TO LI EE BY LESLIE BUTLER
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
BEING RETROSPECTIVE

BEING RETROSPECTIVE

By I J one I Collier IN the New Year good men's thoughts turn to resolutions, while critics become incurably restrospec tive. It's a habit and must be in dulged. As a matter of fact, the past year in the screen's history has been something in the nature of a new birth. The talki
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
THE STAGE SEEN FROM THE AUDITORIUM: Remarkable Camera Studies from the Adelohi Theatre

THE STAGE SEEN FROM THE AUDITORIUM: Remarkable Camera Studies from the Adelohi Theatre

THE STAGE SEEN FROM THE AUDITORIUM Remarkable Camera Studies from the Adelohi Theatre Ivor McLaren Jack Hulbsrt, Bobbie Comber, Joan McLaren, Cicely Courtneidge and Irene Russell in After-dinner Topics Ivor McLaren as the customer and Cicely Courtneidge as the clerk in I be amusi
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
SMALL SHIPS AND BIG SALES: PRIMO CARNERA AND MILITARY SERVICE

SMALL SHIPS AND BIG SALES: PRIMO CARNERA AND MILITARY SERVICE

Small Ships and Big Sales By Sylvia Lyon HOLIDAY-TIME: Anti-tubercu lar stamps being sold on the streets by Boy Scouts who say, "Sank you so motch!" too adorably to cause any purchaser's anger at being answered back in English; bright, cold morn ings, with the sun shining on the
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
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"I drank seven cocktails last night. I wonder if I did wrong?" "Good gracious! Can't you remember?' BY JACK GREEKALL
01 January 1930 - The Bystander - London, London, England