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Images Dated 15th May 2007

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Tottenham Hotspur - 1960/61 League and FA Cup Double Winners Featured 15 May 2007 Print

Tottenham Hotspur - 1960/61 League and FA Cup Double Winners

Blackpool 1 Tottenham Hotspur 3
The Tottenham Hotspur team group before the game at Bloomfield Road on 22/8/60.
Back (left to right): John White, Peter Baker, Ron Henry, Bill Brown, Maurice Norman, Dave Mackay.
Front: Robert Bobby Smith, Terry Medwin, Danny Blanchflower, Les Allen, Terry Dyson.
That season Spurs became the first team in the twentieth century to win both the league title and the FA Cup

© Colorsport

Tottenham Hotspur - 1966/67 Featured 15 May 2007 Print

Tottenham Hotspur - 1966/67

Football - 1966 / 1967 First Division - Manchester United 1 Tottenham Hotspur 0
The Tottenham Hotspur team group before the game at Old Trafford on 14/1/67.
Back (left to right): Joe Kinnear, Phil Beal, Pat Jennings, Eddie Clayton, Jimmy Greaves, Cyril Knowles.
Front: Jimmy Robertson, Alan Mullery, Frank Saul, Terry Venables, Mike England, Keith Weller

© Colorsport

Mescaline hallucinogenic drug molecule Featured 15 May 2007 Print

Mescaline hallucinogenic drug molecule

Mescaline hallucinogenic drug, molecular model. Mescaline is a hallucinogenic drug, produced from the dried tops (buttons) of the peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii) that is native to Mexico and Southwestern USA. Mescaline produces feelings of euphoria and an altered perception of time, space and colour. It was extensively used by Aztecs and Native Americans in religious ceremonies, but is now illegal as it has become a drug of abuse. Mescaline's chemical formula is C11H17NO3. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (C, grey), hydrogen (H, turquoise), nitrogen (N, blue) and oxygen (O, red)

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