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NOTES OF THE DAY i ♦

IHIPPODROME.I

I-POLISH POGROMS. |

MEDALS FOR REGULAR .I ,ATTENDANCE.…

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I DEATH OF MSTS. OOWER. I

WORKS PRESENTATION.uI

I 1 NEW DOCK 8PORTS \

,Victory Loan.I I0

THE LATE LIEUT. PAUL JONES.…

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THE LATE LIEUT. PAUL JONES. I In his speech at .the Founder'^ day cele- bration at Dulwich College lasv Saturday, the Headmaster, addressing a crowded .awlienee said.:— We have this year for the first time the Paul Jones Memorial Prizes, founded to commemorate Paul Jones, who was captain of football in 1914, and who afterwards joined up and, as we all know ,n d i, we -.]I i-:iio-?i- to our regret, fell in action when a, mem- ber of the Tank Corps in 1917. He was a brilliant scholar,—a Brakenbury His- tory Scholar of Balliol—a vigorous and energetic forward at football, one who played the game, .and tried to make others play the game (applause). He was a per- sonality. He .would always make himself felt for good ;and for enlightenment, and I am glad to thiiik that his name will be f associated at Dnlwich with those two sub- jects in which he was perhaps most pro- ficient, which lie studied hardest and loved most—History and Literature. < The subject of the, Historical Essay was The Influence of Geographical Con- ditions in determining National Boundar- ies, from 1600 to the present day." The winnei is W. E. F.. Ward ,(cheers). The subject for the Literary Prize was "The value of Patriotic Poetry." The winner is T. J. H. Watson (cheeivsi)..

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Labour and Politics j»

Medallions for Ambulance Men.

IN MEMORIAM. I

DRE.C'ER'S GOOD WORK.I

CHARCE OF ASSAULT. | .-i

I 15th W E LSH.

Prime Minister's Pen.

,MR. MAYBERY'S WILL.I

Family Notices

MUSIC AT PARC HOWARD. I

A Dangerous Corner.I

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Town Hall Grounds —.0—

THE OLD MARKET.

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SUCAR FOR JAM. I

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LOUCHOR BRIDCE. I

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