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Following protests from Hungary and Bulgaria, English referee Ken Aston, due to handle this game on June 3, was the subject of a special FIFA commit-', tee meeting today. The meeting reached the obvious conclusion that it would be a mistake to allow him to handle a game that cou
29 May 1962 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Propaganda

Propaganda

They wrote that the World Cup was organised by the ruling class as propaganda for the next elections and " to give confidence to the Alliance for Progress "—President Kennedy's aid scheme for Latin America. Local reports say that the international, political and emergency sectio
29 May 1962 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Page 6 Advertisers' Announcements My Valentine— this heart of mine It pinks for you, my dear. I'll press the starter,

Page 6 Advertisers' Announcements My Valentine— this heart of mine It pinks for you, my dear. I'll press the starter,

take the wheel from here, And whirl youjar from here. For gloom and doubt may be about But— • mark it clear and well One glorious certainty remains: Tou can be sure of
14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
LUCKY AGAIN-NOW FOR SHOCK TEAM

LUCKY AGAIN-NOW FOR SHOCK TEAM

LUCKY Arsenal are drawn at home again. Their Sixth Round tie with Leeds United will be their fourth successive Cup match at Highbury this season. But Arsenal know that more than luck . will be needed to beat the " shock " team of the Second Division. Said manager Tom Whittaker:
14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HOW THEY ARE PAIRED

HOW THEY ARE PAIRED

CUP draws made yesterday were:— SCOTTISH CUP.— Third Round (To be played February 25, kick-off 3.0) Albion R'vr's or Dunf'ml'ne v. Stenhousemuir or St. Johnstone Third Lanark or Celtic v. Aberdeen BYES.—East Fife, Partick Thistle or Dundee United, Queen of the South or Morton, R
14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Gillette MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER BLADE THAN BLUE GILLETTE

Gillette MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER BLADE THAN BLUE GILLETTE

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14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CRACKED CRIB

CRACKED CRIB

IT is easy to be wise after the event, but many people will be surprised that it should prove such a simple matter for three men to get away with t 15,000 from the strong-room of Catford greyhound track. Two watchmen were not difficult to dispose of. Perhaps the stadium authorit
14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Her day-dreams come true

Her day-dreams come true

ABEL WILKINSON needed all her courage yesterday to keep from breaking down, and it was not because she was unhappy. But in those seconds, after her name came out of a drum winning for her a fourteen days' holiday in Switzerland, dreams of years went swimming past her tear-filled
14 February 1950 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England