Soccer - Northern Football Managers Discuss England National Team - Manchester
England team manager Alf Ramsey at a Manchester Hotel while holding a meeting with Northern Soccer managers to talk over - it is widely believed - the subject of the England team and the forthcoming 1966 World Cup. The managers are (back row, l-r) Trevor Porteous, player-manager of Stockport, Les McDowall (Oldham), Ron Suart (Blackpool), Harry Potts (Burnley), Jimmy Milne (Preston), Matt Busby (Manchester United), Harry Catterick (Everton), Don Revie (Leeds United) and George Poyser (Manchester City). On the front row with Alf Ramsey are (l-r) Alan Brown (Sheffield Wednesday), Jack Marshall (Blackburn Rovers), John Carey (Nottingham Forest) and Dave Russell (Tranmere Rovers).
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Prince William 18 Pop member
Prince William is in Pop, Eton's small group of 21 elected prefects with a responsibility for a school of 1, 280 boys. * As a member of Pop, he is allowed to wear a waistcoat of his choice and sponge bag trousers. He has to supervise discipline and can impose small fines. Pop originated in 1811 as a debating society which met in Mrs Hatton's Lollipop Shop (which was on a site adjacent to Gailey's house, on which School Hall now stands). Photograph: Ian Jones. Copyright: St James's Palace.
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Water Pump Record Attempt - London Fire Brigade Training Centre, Southwark
Jack Frost, station officer at the London Fire Brigade Training Centre, cools off during a world record attempt. He took a dip in the inflatable pool being used for an attempt on the hand water pumping record of 42 hours. Manning the 18th-century fire pump at Fireshow '76, the three-day fire brigade spectacular at Crystal Palace, are divisional officer Bob Carter and leading fireman Mick Chesney (right).
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