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THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOOTBALL REVIEW-IV: Eton--Sherborne--Wellington--Dulwich--Wellingborough Cranleigh--Bishop's Stortford--Eastbourne--Bromsgrove

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOOTBALL REVIEW-IV: Eton--Sherborne--Wellington--Dulwich--Wellingborough Cranleigh--Bishop's Stortford--Eastbourne--Bromsgrove

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOOTBALL REVIEW-IV Eton Sherborne Wellington Dulwich Wellingborough --Cranleigh Bishop' s Stortford Eastbourne Bromsgrove By E. W. SW ANTON THE Eton Field eleven of '36 was well up to the standard of recent years, and might well have had a better record than fo
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
M.C.C. AT SYDNEY: NEW PICTURES OF THE SECOND TEST MATCH: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

M.C.C. AT SYDNEY: NEW PICTURES OF THE SECOND TEST MATCH: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

M.C.C. AT SYDNEY: NEW PICTURES OF THE SECOND TEST MATCH THE THIRD TEST MATCH By R. C. Robertson- Glasgow AFTER one of the most extra ordinary matches since Tests began, Australia beat Eng land in the third Test at Melbourne by 365 runs. The first two days were full of strange inc
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
STALKING THE SOLWAY BARNACLES: Slow and Difficult Progress--Listening for the "Humming"--Fifty Yards on Hands and Knees--A Marching Gaggle--The Best Headquarters for an Exciting Sport

STALKING THE SOLWAY BARNACLES: Slow and Difficult Progress--Listening for the "Humming"--Fifty Yards on Hands and Knees--A Marching Gaggle--The Best Headquarters for an Exciting Sport

Stalking The Sol way Barnacles Slow and Difficult Progress Listening for the "Humming" Fifty Yards on Hands and Knees A Marching Gaggle The Best Headquarters for an Exciting Sport By G. B. GRIFFIN "NOW!" said my companion, and, even as he spoke, pandemonium broke loose in front o
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
... ...: The Ball is the Scrum

... ...: The Ball is the Scrum

"BRI lK r The Ball is the Scrum THIS fine photograph, which was taken at Richmond during a match between London Scottish and Bath, typifies the power and speed of Rugby football. It is a study of forwards as the scrum breaks up when the ball is heeled. The various attitudes of ce
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
NEW ANGLES ON OUR DOGS-- I.: THE BASSET-HOUND

NEW ANGLES ON OUR DOGS-- I.: THE BASSET-HOUND

NEW ANGLES UN OUR DOGS-- I. THE BASSET-HOUND Written by K. R. G. Browne and AN odd-looking dog, having appar- ently started life as a dachshund and repented soon after, but nearly too late. Hails from France, as do the cloth-topped boot, and 15,874 songs dealing with "L' Amour."
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 

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FLOOR SHOW: And the Leading Lady of "Heart's Content"

FLOOR SHOW: And the Leading Lady of "Heart's Content"

FLOOR SHOW And the Leading Lady of Heart's Content Above AT THE LONDON CASINO: Joan Richards is one of the lovelies of'Folies d' Amour," the new revue at the London Casino. It is a spec tacular show, staged with all the finery and wealth of colour for which these Casino entertain
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
MODES OF THE MOMENT

MODES OF THE MOMENT

By LORN A CAMERON CRUISING in winter means, so far as clothes are con cerned, a sudden leap forward into spring. Pastel-coloured felts or Chinese coolie hats in straw are suitable for shore wear for actual sailing close- fitting crochet or knitted caps are better. There are seve
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
TWO SHOTS BY BERT GADD

TWO SHOTS BY BERT GADD

THE accompanying pictures of Bert Gadd, of Wallasey, are of considerable interest. In the first series he is playing a drive. Being a thick-set man the stance is close, but there is no cramp ing of the up-swing (i). The hands have been flung high, and the right hip is checking a
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
ISSUED BY WORTHINGTON AND CO. LTD.

ISSUED BY WORTHINGTON AND CO. LTD.

a , A I cThts England Near Holne, Devonshire MUCH reverence remains in this England for methods that time has proven and perfected a tender wistfulness there is in those' like mill-stream and waterway that are laid aside, their only fault a lack of speed. Y et in such crafts as
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
Each of these whiskies has a

Each of these whiskies has a

y m >l >j y} jn m La A. 4 tiuM. /Uj tixvwiz oi ify oiAMt SJ t S) MS ImjQ/M Ci/L(L tMLC/HXl^CL L<yn^€A^itJ^yL /7 altiA t i(uV*4 or wux£ir)oi*ici aJijp tAjow m yj Jft$M/frUe lihi£fz£M is I You are probably wondering what one of these whiskies would taste like by itself. The blender
15 January 1937 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England