Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News March 3rd 1928.
For Sale is the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News for March 3rd 1928.
This Issue contains 30 Pages, 60 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding Holes are Showing.
Condition is Good, with No Foxing.
1- Front Page Photograph shows a Meet of the South Berks Foxhounds at
Goddard's Green, near Reading.
2- Full Page Advert for "Dodge Brothers Ltd."
3- Full Page Advert for "Barclay's Lager."
4- Full Page Advert for "Peacock Hats."
5- Quarter Page Advert for "Harvey Nichols."
6- Quarter Page Advert for "Henry Heath."
7- Half Page ADvert for "Marshall & Snelgrove."
8- Quarter Page Advert for "J.C. Cording & Co."
9- Quarter Page ADvert for "Balkan Sobranie, Cigarettes."
10- Quarter Page Advert for "Robert Heath."
11- Full Page Advert from the Editor of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic
News, for a Competition with a £200 First Prize to the Person who Names the
Winner of the Lincolnshire Handicap, and the Grand National Steeplechase.
12- Full Page showing Photograph of "The Four-Masted Barque, Carradale, as
seen through a Porthole."
13- "By the Way : Sport & Sportsmen." By Shan. Talking about the Following,-
a- Forthcoming Events.
b- "Little Poker Face."
c- Cherry Astill.
d- "In" the Wicket.
e- Rackets Different over There.
f- Cricketing Meteors.
g- The Last of the "Lobsters."
h- The Amateur who Beat Tom Newman.
i- John Roberts' "plunge."
14- Full page of Illustrations from a Drawing by Gilbert Holiday showing the
Annual Show of the Hunters' Improvement and National Light Horse
Breeding Society. Held at Islington.
15- "Our Captious Critic." with a Review for "S.O.S." at the St. James's Theatre.
16- Full Page showing 4 Photographs from the Play "S.O.S." at the St. James's.
17- Full Page Boxing Article "Twenty Rounds or Ten ? - The Long and the Short of
it." By Bohun Lynch.
18- Full Page showing 2 Photographs of "Polo on the "Sands of Dee."
19- A Mixed Bag. : Full page showing the Following Photographs,-
a- Mr. Jack Lambert at Work on the Football Trophy to be Played for
by Untited States Universities.
b- Shrovetide Football at Ashbourne : The Prince of Wales Tossing the
Ball to the Struggling Crowd of Players.
c- An Automatic Starting Trap for Greyhound Racing : Mr. R. Wallace
with his Mechanical Starter, Operated by Electricity.
d- The hero of the Great Solo Flight to Australia in the Avro-Avian
Biplane : Captain Bert Hinkler, and Mrs. Hinkler.
e- Sport in the Polar Seas : A Useful Capture when Walrus Shooting
on the Frozen Sea near Spitzbergen.
20- The Outstanding Thoroughbreds of 1927 : No. 11- "Cresta Run."
Full Page Photograph showing "Cresta Run,the Owner Mr. Lt.-Col. Giles
Loder, Trainer P.P. Gilpin, and Jockey A. Balding.
21- "Rapier on Racing."
22- "From Cocktails to Port," by Shaker.
23- Full Page showing 3 Horseracing Photographs.
A Fine National Trial "Amberwave Wins at Gatwick."
24- Full Page of Photographs from "The Yellow Mask."
25- "Golfing." : Curious Happenings on the links. By A Roving Player.
26- "Rowing" : Photograph showing "The Bumping Races on the River Isis ; Third
Division Crews in various Stages of Exhaustion."
27- "Golfing " : "Golf Under Cover" Half Page Photograph showing Indoor Golf
in Los Angeles.
28- "A Chat about Rugby." By F.J. Sellicks.
29- "Rugby." Full Page of 4 Photographs, "France Beaten but not Disgraced :
30- Full Page showing 4 Photographs of Sir Harry Lauder as a Militant Grocer in
the Film "Huntingtower."
31- Double Page Photograph showing a Hunting Scene of a General View
across the Belvoir. called "While The Belvoir were Drawing near Clawson."
32- Full Page Article with Photographs called "Giants of Japan's Stage : Actors,
Actresses and "Actresses."
33- "The Stage of the Day." By Harris Deans.
34- Full Page showing 5 Photographs called "A Medley of Sporting Interest."
a- A Croydon String : Girl Athletes of the Croydon Women's Club in
Training for coming Cross Country Races and Track Events.
b- Oxford Undergraduate Aviators : Machines at the Heyford
Aerodrome recently inspected by the Vice-Chancellor of the
c- A Good Day's Catch taken to Two Rods in the Tay : 8 Salmon,
Totalling 189 LB.
d- The Left Handed Varsity Captains : M.H.P. Bull of Oxford, and
J.E. Lloyd, of Cambridge, Engaged in the Foil and Sabre Contest.
e- The Picturesque Forge at Glynde, near Lewew, which still finds
35- Half Page Photograph showing A Meet of Harriers in Somersetshire :
"The Weston Pack at Berrow."
36- "Polo." A Half Page Photograph of the United States Polo Player Thomas
Hitchcock taking a Toss in a Los Angeles Polo Match.
37- "A Lawn Tennis Log." By A.W.M.
38- Full Page showing 3 Photographs of Beauty in Filmland.-
a- Greta Garbo.
b- Corrine Griffith.
c- Vera Voronina.
39- Full Page Advert for "State Express 555 Cigarettes."
40- "Women in Sport." Full Page showing 3 Photographs of "The Lady Olympic
Figure-Skating Champion : Sonja Hennie, of Norway."
41- Full Page showing 5 Photographs called "Mainly for Women : Odd items of
a- Leading in Her Winner of the Leapyear Steeplechase at Windsor :
Mrs Kenneth Mackay with Nero IV.
b- Futurist Fancy Dress : Miss Mary Vickers as a Bather of 2028 and
Miss Rosalie Willoughby in the Hunting Kit of 1980.
c- Paris has Decreed the Return of the Veil, with Silhouette Designs
similar to the Horse and Rider Effect seen Here.
d- Pair-Skating with a British Champion, Mr. Jack Page : and Lady
Moss on the Ice at Davos.
e- Driving Floaters out to Sea, to be Washed back by the Incoming
Tide : Golfers at Play in California.
42- Full Page Advert for "Worthington."
43- "Women in Sport." Out-of-Door Gossip, by "Simetra."
44- Full Page Advert for "Haig Whisky."
45- "Golfing."- From Ladies Tees. By Eleanor E. Helme.
46- Full Page Advert for "Benger's Food."
47- "The Whirligig of Fashion."- Talking about the Following,-
a- The Miners' Scarf.
b- Hats to Greet the Spring.
c- The Importance of Suede.
d- Shoes that Please.
48- Quarter Page Advert for "Horrockses Sheets."
49- Half Page Advert for "The Cafe Royal," Regent Street.
50- "From The Driver's Seat." Motor Days and Ways. By Jehu.
51- Quarter Page Advert for "Mayfair Catering Co. Ltd."
52- Quarter Page Advert for "Turnbull & Asser."
53- Half Page Advert for "J. Napier & Son Ltd."
54- Half Page Advert for "Barker & Co. Ltd." (Coachbuilders)
55- Quarter Page Advert for "Daimler."
56- "Fashions from Stage and Stalls." By Florence Roberts.
57- Quarter Page Advert for "J.C. Vickery."
58- Half Page Advert for "Pratts Ethyl Petrol."
59- Quarter Page Advert for "Debenham & Freebody."
60- "Early Spring Fly Fishing." By G. Garrow-Green.
61- Quarter Page Advert for "Stetson Hats."
62- Quarter Page Advert for "John P. White & Sons Ltd."
63- "Dogs of the Day."- A Great Show Promoter. By A. Croxton Smith.