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SPOTFORM ANALYSIS: Coes • mid yew% OHM= (Pow ) at (20. 7/.1.) hal* was butes VOLUM./ ( keels), wee lemeths

SPOTFORM ANALYSIS: Coes • mid yew% OHM= (Pow ) at (20. 7/.1.) hal* was butes VOLUM./ ( keels), wee lemeths

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30 December 1977 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NAP! fiAP! HOW GREAT NEWSBOY (Bob IN 78 ? Don't miss your Butchers) napped Rambling Jack 6-4 yesterdey. TOPSPOT (Spotform

NAP! fiAP! HOW GREAT NEWSBOY (Bob IN 78 ? Don't miss your Butchers) napped Rambling Jack 6-4 yesterdey. TOPSPOT (Spotform

cop) New Year Mirror was Peter Grimes 11-10, PRESENTING THE ALL your holiday racing . TV Racing Mirror for which was also the SPEEDHORSE. HIGH AND LOW tomorrow's armchair viewing, plus Monday's cards. OF BRITAIN'S And, of course, the Top Dog service. Racing Mirror NEW YEAR HOPES
30 December 1977 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BRITAIN'S anglers will be making frantic last-minute preparations today for the midnight cast - off to the start of the

BRITAIN'S anglers will be making frantic last-minute preparations today for the midnight cast - off to the start of the

coarse season. And the Mirror is handing out a £3OO incentive to make a bumper start. Thousands of fishermen will be camped by their favourite river, lake or canal, hoping for the catch of a lifetime. Secret baits. invented during the close-season, will be put to the test. new t
15 June 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
11IINIPROBE

11IINIPROBE

(; ANDOVER: Safety checks on wings. ALMOST tw o years of export orders an d after a little-known air hundreds of jobs are indisaster, scientists ar a volved. making confidential Since 1962, 319 Ansafety checks on Britain's dovers have gone to 70 best-selling airliner. operators
10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC OPINION SPECIAL

PUBLIC OPINION SPECIAL

our world. It we are not careful all these supermen will be little better than robots. Mrs. Y. Hail. Orpington. Kent. Harmony IT not Perfection moof the body ws should be melting. bu t perfection of the spirit. When we can II • e together In harmony perhaps we will adyanced.—Mra
10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BBCZ

BBCZ

6.40-7.55 a.m. OPEN UNIVERSITY. 11.0-11.25 Play School: The Sun that Shone too Much. 4.55-6,35 Open University. 7.0 NEWS. 7.5 INDOORS OUTDOORS: Menus and money saving ideas. 7.30 NEWSDAY: Dsc,lsson on So6olist Workers Party. 810 Heads end Toles: Story of cons through 25 centurie
10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HTV

HTV

9.30 SCHOOLS. 12.0 Song look. 12.10 Rainbow. 12-30 Look Who's Talking. 1 0 NEV/S. 1.20 Local Haws linedlinos. 1.30 Indoor Longo.. 2.0 Wonsan Only. 2.25 THE UNCLE (Film, 19651.• 4.15 Smacker ( . 4.45 Magpie. 5.15 Ilse Undersea Adventures of Coptein Nemo. 5.20 Cressivedia. 5.45 NE
10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WY& Pbr 71106 t people, change Is stressful." Hunt the

WY& Pbr 71106 t people, change Is stressful." Hunt the

Pbr t people, change stressful." Hunt the virgins PROFESSOR Laura Sohlebs - lagers sex clues tionnaire produced an excellent response: Replies from seventy women and fifty-five men between 18 and 22 at the University of Southern Cakfornia revealed: There were more virgins among t
10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
71, O. Ki 11,

71, O. Ki 11,

10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
ENGLAND quickly claimed the wicket of Ne w Zealand skipper Mark IBwrgess as they tried to force victory on the

ENGLAND quickly claimed the wicket of Ne w Zealand skipper Mark IBwrgess as they tried to force victory on the

last day of the third final Test here today. /largess was caught by wicket-keeper Bob Taylor off Phil Edmonds,. the Middlesex slow leftarmer. after adding only ten to his overnight score. The spin of Edmonds and Geoff Miller was England's main hope on a wearing sixth da y wicket
10 March 1978 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England