- Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News February 4th 1928.
- Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News February 4th 1928.
Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News February 4th 1928.
For Sale is the Illustrated Sporting and Dramamtic News for February 4th 1928.
This Issue contains 28 Pages, 56 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume,
therefore the Binding Holes are showing.
Condition of this Issue is Bright and Clean not Faded at all, and no Foxing. On the Down Side a Piece has been Torn out on the Page for "Dogs of the Day," taking out part of the Article. (See Photo.)
1- Front Page Photograph shows a Ski-ing Party of English Visitors on the Riffel
Alp inspecting an Icicle overhanging a Tunnel of the Cog Railway which in
Summer climbs from Zermatt to that great Natural Viewpoint, the Gorner
2- Full Page Advert for Dodge Brothers. (Senior Line.)
3- Full Page Advert for "Peacock Hats."
4- Half Page Advert for Bentley Motors Limited.
5- Quarter Page Advert for Henry Heath.
6- Quarter Page Advert for J.C. Cording & Co.
7- Half Page Advert for Dinneford's Magnesia.
8- Quarter Page Advert for Robert Heath.
9- Quarter Page Advert for Colas Products Limited.
10- By The Way : Sport and Sportsmen. By Shan.
11- "The Empire Pictured by Diorama at South Kensington" This is a Full page
Showing 2 Photographs,-
a- Ski-Runners and Campers in New Zealand.
b- Trout Fishing on the Wanganui River.
12- "Our Captious Critic" showing a Review for "The Dance of Death," at the
13- Full Page showing 4 Photographs from "Sauce for the Gander" at the
14- Rapier on Racing.- Discussing the Following,-
a- Will Fifty Horses Run in the National ?.
b- The Billy Barton Surprise.
c- A Compliment to the Lincolnshire Handicap.
d- The King's Scuttle and her Rival Toboggan.
e- One of Dudley's Rare Falls.
f- The Coyote and Maguelonne.
15- "From Cocktails to Port." By the Shaker.
16- "The Caddies' Academy." A Full Page of Cartoon Illustrations, Drawn by Fitz.
17- "A Lawn Tennis Log." By A.W.M. Full Page Talking about the Following,-
a- Twenty-Four Nations represented at a Lawn Tennis Lunch.
b- The "Cannonball" Service almost Demode.
c- When Blood is Up, Chivalry may be Down.
d- Ladies Gaining more Service Speed.
18- Full page showing 2 Half Page Photographs of "Lawn Tennis on the Riviera :
The Tournaments at Cannes."
a- The Metropole Courts.
b- Centre Court of the New Courts Club.
19- The Outstanding Thoroughbreds of 1927 : No. 8- "Beam."
Full Page Photograph showing "Beam," together with his Trainer Frank
Butters, Jockey T. Weston, and his Owner The Earl of Durham.
20- "In The World of the Theatre." Showing 4 Photographs,-
a- Marie Provost.
b- Dorothy Boyd.
c- Hermione Baddeley.
d- Olive Borden.
21- "A Mixed Bag." Showing the Following 5 Photographs,-
a- Racing against Mechanical Rats : Track Racing for Fox Terriers, a
variant on the Greyhound v. Hares Contest, which is to be
introduced shortly at the Stadium Club.
b- The Soldiers Game on the Cote Da'Zure : a General view on a
c- Tulse Hill Hockey Club produce "The Kiss Cure" : with Mr. C. J.
Capes (The English International), Mr. Kenneth Worley, Mr. Eric
Percival, Miss Doris Corsan and Miss Madge Percival.
d- The Famous Actor in Aldwych Theatre Farces : Mr. Tom Walls
taking a Holiday at Maloja, in the Upper Engadine.
e- Toasting the Newly Engaged Couple : Miss Emma Haig, of
"The Girl Friend," and Mr. Art Fowler, The Entertainer.
22- Full Page Photograph showing "Lon Chaney, the Avenging Mandarin, in
the Screen Adaptation of "Mr. Wu."
23- "A Chat about Rugby," By F.J. Sellicks.
24- "Rugby." A Full page of Photographs from Ireland's Rugger Victory in Belfast.
25- A Golfing Article. "Ourselves Through the Looking Glass." by Sir Ernest
26- "Football." A Full Page of Photographs from the 4th Round Cup-ties, which
were Played in the most Horrible of Conditions.
27- "The Stage of the Day." by Harris Deans.
28- Full Page showing 2 Photographs from "Good Morning Bill," at the Duke of
York's Theatre. Showing Mr. Ernest Truex and Miss Vera Lennox.
29- The Hunt is Up : 3 Photographs showing Meets of Foxhounds in Kent, Bucks
30- Double Page Racing Photograph from Newbury, showing "Flashing Light's
Third Successive Win : Charging the Last Hurdle in the Weyhill Handicap
at Newbury." (Binding Holes are Showing in this Photograph)
31- Friends in Captivity- XVII. "The African Camel." By S.L. Bensusan, illustrated
by L.R. Brightwell.
32- Full Page showing 2 Half Page Photographs "From the Transvaal : The Wild
Life of South Africa."
33- Full Page showing 5 Photographs from "Two White Arms." at the
34- Full Page Photograph showing "Terpsichore : The Dancer of London and
35- "From Here and There : Sporting Miscellanea." Showing the Following 4
a- An Aeroplane over the Kulm Rink at St. Moritz
b- A View of the Grand Curling Rink at St. Moritz.
c- A Dog Study by Mr. P. Harland Fisher : Exhibited at the
Pastel Society's Exhibition : "Fosswood Flicker."
d- Mr De Van Peers, the Physical Culture Expert, Performs a
Feat of Strength in a Boat on the Worcestershire County
Cricket Ground, which in under Water from the Overflowing
of the Severn.
36- "Women in Sport." Full Page showing the Following Photograph. " The
Women's Squash Rackets Championship : Miss C. Fenwick the Runner Up,
and Miss Joyce Cave, the Winner.
37- "A Page about Women : Odd Items of Interest." Showing the Following
a- Midinettes Training for Athletic Contest in Paris.
b- Young Girl Athletes taking "Physical Jerks" at the Stade
c- The Japanese Airwoman who Proposes to Attempt the
Pacific Ocean Flight in the Spring : The Marchioness Kacho.
d- Women in Sport in Berlin.
e- A Display of Gymnastics by Women Athletes at the Berlin
f- Happy Days in Mareira : The Hon. Eileen Beresford, Daughter
of Lord and Lady Decies.
38- Full Page Advert for "Worthington."
39- Women in Sport." Full Page Article called "Out-of-Door Gossip." By "Simetra."
40- Full Page Advert for "Haig Whisky."
41- Golfing,- "From Ladies' Tees." By Eleanor E. Helme.
42- Full Page Advert for "The Mustard Club."
43- "The Whirligig of Fashion." talking about the Following,-
a- The "Everest" Club.
b- Ostrich Skin Wears Well.
c- Fashions in Shoes.
d- Cardigans and Scarves.
e- Hats of Bright Satin.
f- Tucked and Draped Hats.
g- Tailored Dressing Gowns.
44- Full Page Advert for "Oxo."
45- "From The Driver's Seat" : Motor Days and Ways, By Jehu.
46- Full Page Advert for "Barclay's Lager."
47- Quarter Page Advert for "Packard."
48- Quarter Page Advert for "Castrol Motor Oil."
49- Quarter Page Advert for "Stetson Hats."
50- Half Page Advert for "Austin Cars."
51- Fashions from Stage and Stalls. By Florence Roberts.
52- Monte Carlo : an All the Year round Resort.
53- Half Page Advert for "Hammond & Co., Ltd."
54- Quarter Page Advert for Turnbull & Asser.
55- British - U.S. Yachting Rivalry.
56- Quarter Page Advert for Moss Bros & Co.
57- Quarter Page Advert for J.C. Vickery.
58- America's Control over World Prices.
59- Trade Recovery.
60- "Dogs of the Day." A Labrador Enthusiast. (This Page is Torn. See Photo.)