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FORTHCOMING EVENTS Horse and Hound Dinner-Ball in aid of the Hunt Servants' Benefit Society and the British Field Sports Society, Thursday, March ai, 8.30 p.m. (dancing 9.30 p.m. to 2 a.m.) at Grosvenor House. Tickets (including dinner), £2 15s single, 5 gns double, from the Orga
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
THE CRESTA BALL AT ST. MORITZ

THE CRESTA BALL AT ST. MORITZ

AN always popular event took place this year at a time when clear skies and ample snow had drawn many celebrated people to one of the homes of ski. The ball, which was held at the Palace Hotel, St. Moritz, is described more fully in our Social Diary on this page Mr. Douglas Conn
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
NUMBER ENGAGED

NUMBER ENGAGED

by STEPHEN WATTS THAT mordant American observer, Mr. A. J. Liebling, once gave a collected volume of his work the title The Tele phone Booth Indian, and wrote an essay on the subject. His theory was that there existed in New York a tribe which had substituted the telephone box f
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
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HEI-YU Hei-Yu's admirers and they include Kai-Lung, whose valentine was much appreciated), although they may miss him from this page, have only to turn to page 232, where Hei-Yu has made a leap to join Our Shopping Treasure Hunt
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
LET'S NOT BE STRANGLED BY THE SQUEEZE

LET'S NOT BE STRANGLED BY THE SQUEEZE

/I bold savings and investment Budget could lead to a substantial reduction of income Tax, and a worth twenty shillings by IAN TRAFFORD WHEN the Bank Rate was reduced this month from 5½ to 5 per cent., the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Peter Thorneycroft, took great pains
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 

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REPTON'S FOUR HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY

REPTON'S FOUR HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY

i THIS year, Repton will celebrate its four hundredth anniversary, and to mark the occasion Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh will visit the school on March 28. Repton was founded in 1557 under the will of Sir John Port, and some of its buildings
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
SEEN ANY GOOD BOOKS?

SEEN ANY GOOD BOOKS?

by J. C. THE WIN LATELY "viewers," rather than play goers, have taken a refresher course in Eng. Lit. On the TV screen they work their way through serial versions of such books as Vanity Fair, David Copperfield, Peter Simple, and Kenilworth. The stage has been keeping fairly cle
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
THE YOUNG IDEA

THE YOUNG IDEA

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27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
DON'T BOTHER TO BOO: If the film is no good, just stay away

DON'T BOTHER TO BOO: If the film is no good, just stay away

DON'T BOTHER TO BOO If the film is no good, just stay aivay by C. A. L/EJEUAE DID you read in the papers about that extraordinary business of the Elvis Presley film at Windsor? According to an Evening Standard reporter, "The Elvis Presley film, Love Me Tender, has been booed off
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
WE TAKE OFF OUR HAT TO . . .

WE TAKE OFF OUR HAT TO . . .

WE TAKE OFF OUR HAT TO Left Mr. George Gammon, artist with a difference, who is seen here working on his thousandth portrait. For thirty-three years Mr. Gammon has been the London Zoo artist responsible for the pictorial panels and other illustrations to be seen there Above Hedy
27 February 1957 - The Sketch - London, London, England