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Cricket on a Liner

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Cricket on a Liner is a photo published in The Sketch on 27 october 1909.


Photo

The Sketch (27 october 1909, p. 80)


Cricket on a Liner: Sir A. Conan Doyle bowling on the "Dunottar Castle."

Lady Doyle played alternately the parts of wicket-keeper and bowler. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's new play "The House of Temperley: a Melodrama of the Ring," is to follow "The Servant in the House," at the Adelphi. It is founded on certain incidents from his well-known novel, "Rodney Stone." — [Photograph by Halftones.].





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