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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

7 Aug 1963

The laird Mayer et CeventrY. Mrs. ADers. shaking kande with Mr. Harry Sherwood, the .Ideal iminber the ALEX. eating, before the departure today. Mr. Sherwood. a fernier toolmaker, is SC years *id and retired when he was 7L COACH TOUR FOR A.E.U. PENSIONERS

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

5 Jun 1972

Wilfred to hospital. Spencer, and his secretary, Mr. The lAird Mayor will carry on Alun Owen, for Kiel Week, with his programme but with She is expected to stay in some adjustments so he can hospital for three days. visit his wife.

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

16 Aug 1969

Mr. Frederick Baker. town crier of Stratford•upon-AMnn. In full regalia outside his home in Evesham Road. He and neighbours are protesting about the noise made by lorries at night. Right, Mr Gordon Mucklow, who has a shop in the same road, measures the

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Sports Argus

Sports Argus Warwickshire, England

12 Feb 1966

Remmers (IS): Mestala (Mr. P. C. Heron). Man of P:easure (Mr. P. Prendergast), Ussherville (Mr. P. L Hughes). Congratulations (Mr. P. Plood) Star Ranger Mr. J R Coal. Lynn Cross (Mr. M. A. Cisr.n). Aeon* Rlogh (Mr. J Ilnn), Lord Jim (Mr. D K. Weld). Arctic

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

19 Aug 1961

AFTER six unsuccessful outings, Mr. J. M. Abbot's Pinza colt, Abbot's Crescendo, got his nose in front at last at Worcester today, to win the Foregate Maiden Plate in a desperate photo-finish with Marcus Antonius. Trained by Sid Hanley at Epsom, Abbot's

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

27 Dec 1963

DADODA (Mr S. litter Creme 1611-11 • DATUMS (Mrs. I. Crump 11-11-11 0) STIAUNG (Mt W. Istria) N E aSterlrf 7.1141 IS) morn (Mr A Milner( Miter 0-11-11 • RAIN (Mr. Plll4 S-11.11 r Da. D. lIM ASIOONAUT (Mr. R. Stamm Restos S-11-11 U2l /461 DUDOR (Mr. J Potts

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Sports Argus

Sports Argus Warwickshire, England

28 Oct 1978

Hall steered it wide, but Coventry got on terms after 27 minutes. Long judged his kick to the corner beautifully, and as Knee and Laird chased it the Moseley man obstructed his opponent. The referee had no hesitation awarding a penalty try which HALL converted

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

11 Feb 1967

10s. WI.. Its. 4d. nd 3.45 —F o. Hunters' Chase. 3 miles a 100 yards. 1 TIM KIRK (Mr. Z. Holllater-Owen Jnr.) 9-2 2 &seta Grand (Mr. C. Collins) 6-4 fay. 3 Bright Beach (Mr. C Macmillan) 20-1 Runners (13 : Santa Grand. Tant Pia. Golden Wave. Superaweet

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

15 Oct 1970

Ilaet ly r•rre Na els lasi rue. • close laird ■lkeprlere sad N•r ■1 Ter Cur. rage. skewed Is lie mot far h•n els brat. Despite his lispresstrt Flake• be • mile Golden tote looks prospects. Mnl•• 1• • which he battled meld the Newbury m••Ih. e shish of

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

15 Aug 1963

Pair, Gavelacre, Aemlllanus. CATTERICK OndiT Runners ill): °walls. Musey. Star Trophy. Ronstan. Stralchtomo. Luster Lady. Golden Laird. Petnrach. 3.oPsdck House Stakes (2-1-01. 5 furlongs. Runners 114 • Deidamia. Lift. Cullen. Taxa Del. Parlitigton Lam

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

21 Jan 1961

Stalonie, Ns. 4d. lifeldola. 2.15 Ri — dentr, l 'ew°` h !CAhmate' ase ll miles) 9 ran. 1 JIMURU (Mr. J. Leigh) 1004 2 right Obi. (Mr. 0. Harwood) 9-2 3 Chelsea (Mr. .1. leavett-Shenleyl 33-1 Also ran: Certain Justice. Devon Customer. Verneuil 11, Allform.

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

5 Oct 1961

Jig (.1 Morrissey. 1004 Also ran: Lady Brave. Sign On . Won by 1. 15 Trainer N Hall . Tote: Win. Is.. foreraht 15. Ild 4.n --Bennion Handicap Hurdle 2 miles 100 yardal ran 1 Al DITIO• .1111 r O. Price' 15-2 2 Ponalgarh (Mr R Davis) 5-1 3 Noses Pei li_lJ

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

9 Mar 1960

Challenge Cup at the last 'obstacle Lady Lnttenhams Saffron Tartan (ridden by T. P. Burns). who finished third. Mr. J. Byrne's Another Flash (H. Beasley), the winner, Mr. J. Frame's Laird o' Montrose (Boulton), fourth, and Mrs. Magnier's Albergo (Page). second

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

18 May 1963

season but has been placed twice in three outings and should be finding his best form. Croix de Guerre finished second in his last four races last term and, although unplaced on his only appearance this season, was obviously in need of the race and will

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

23 Jul 1975

his stable lad Dual Grand National winner Red Rum, back at Donald McCain's Southport stable after a summer at grass with a donkey- coinpanion, starts another season, without the aid of his stable lad, Billy Ellison. Mr. Ellison, who has looked after Red

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

4 Nov 1965

fence hard and lost his position: After passing the post in fourth place. Bill Rees swiftly dismounted from Cazalet's fencer. who walked very feelingly. Mr. Arthur Taylor had his first winner for nine years when Redline atoned for his narrow Ascot failure

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

28 Oct 1960

STOVES' 'DWI LADIES baseer.--Mrse Mrs. IM Dowell 36m5.. Mrs. E. Ker 33. Mrs. L. Harper 33, Mrs. L. %toad&le 33. Mrs. Aitwood 31. Mrs. F. Offer 27 EMT Gem% Food for Sanaa: Mrs. M. Dore I 36 Err 33 Mrs. L. Harper 33. Mrs. E. riamkdale 33. SUTTON COLDPIELD

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

24 Aug 1960

driving. It was alleged that Rosser started his car from a stationary position outside the Roots works main entrance and drove across the road to an intersection. Driver's Denial He went directly in the path of Lady Bird's car, and drove on to the southbound

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Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post Warwickshire, England

11 Aug 1961

current mason. Lewla's double was remarkable in that both his wumerk Uncle Perry and Shadow Line. were bred In America by their owner. Mr Paul. Mellon. who has been a patron of Hastings Baas and his family 'or many years . Uncle Perry sprang • 100 to 6 surprise

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Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph Warwickshire, England

3 Mar 1958

Score for Lady Owner MRS. D. WRIGHT and trainer J. S. Wright, of Shropshire, completed a double at Wolverhampton today when Winowen and Cement City won their respective races. Cement City, who won the Shrewsbury Challenge Cup, thus repeated his performance

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