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by SYLVIA LAMOND

by SYLVIA LAMOND

PAGE doing so well in the fashion game ? The Manchester winners said they all designed the clothes they liked to wear themselves. And this could be the answer. Some of the boys' designs were judged too fussy and ritzy. Balmain of Paris is obviously not the on 1 y male dedicated
09 February 1964 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
THREE vital wickets for Fred Titmus were about the only consolation England could claim on the first day of the

THREE vital wickets for Fred Titmus were about the only consolation England could claim on the first day of the

Fourth Test against India at New Delhi. After winning the toss for the fourth time in the series, the Nawab of Pataudi decided to bat on an easy-paced wicket and India were 247 for 4 at the close. Star of the Indian side was new Test player Hanumant Singh who was still undefeate
09 February 1964 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Miracle

Miracle

It explained that , British troops are on the island as peacemakers, not invaders. It went on to say that the proposed N A T 0 " police force " was an attempt to prevent civil war while< the Greek and Turkish Cypriots reached agreement. Howard Johnson cables from Nicosia: It is
09 February 1964 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
STEVE BAILEY

STEVE BAILEY

make any difference," added. And there's the of unwanted pregnancy 'ln fact, women don't h to give up the Pill. The are brands not associat with risk of cancer." The two reports. pub-
23 October 1983 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Two reports

Two reports

The two reports which caused 'the controversy were published last week. REPORT NO 1, from America, linked the Pill with lwast cancer. REPORT NO 2, by Professor Martin Vessey, of Oxford University, links the Pill with cancer of the cervix, the neck of the womb. Professor Vessey s
23 October 1983 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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23 October 1983 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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riour earl] • (No reason,however, not to reach fbr Britain's favourite match and lig] ever, not to reach fbr Britain's favourite match and light up even sooner.)
23 October 1983 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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isked haPPY, Neill la' DENNIS SIGNY feree Keith Coo P et her foul on the Scot, ;ot his marching for a mild lon g him. ugh the Gunne rS four superb goall, s was restricted ince when the tack off goalkeea 'an Breukelen. !nt across the )las who showe d !at touches but arved of the
23 October 1983 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
The most EXCITING

The most EXCITING

series ever written about men, women and chillren starts today on Page 1
10 March 1968 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S- WEATHER

TODAY'S- WEATHER

London, C.S. England, Midlands: Sunny periods, mainly dry. Temp.: 11 C (52 F). E. Anglia, S.E., and E. England : Cloudy, a little rain. Temp.: 8 C (46 F). Channel Isles, S.W. England, Wales and Mon.: Cloudy, sunny periods. Temp.: 9 C (48 F). OUTLOOK: Mainly dry, sunny intervals.
10 March 1968 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England