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Robot to sell rag magazine (1964)

1964-02-28 Birmingham Post.jpg

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John Aubrury, a student at the Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry (in background), testing the radio-controlled "Dodger the Darlek," based on the models used in the television series, Dr. Who.

Students have made the robot, which talks and produces weird noises and lights up, as well as move about, to sell their "rag" magazine Pink Elephant in The Precinct during their rag week, which will begin to-morrow. The rag involves even colleges in the Coventry and rugby areas and all money raised will go to the British Empire Cancer Relief Fund. Putting the magazines in "Dodger's" pocket is George Martin, another student.


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  • APA 6th ed.: (1964-02-28). Robot to sell rag magazine. Birmingham Post p. 5.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Robot to sell rag magazine." Birmingham Post [add city] 1964-02-28, 5. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Robot to sell rag magazine." Birmingham Post, edition, sec., 1964-02-28
  • Turabian: "Robot to sell rag magazine." Birmingham Post, 1964-02-28, section, 5 edition.
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