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Daily Question # 444 January 11, 2010

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B

Quoting  Kaushik  Saha ,

“Great Ormond Street Hospital.

It was the recipient of the rights to Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, given to the hospital by author J. M. Barrie (man in upper pic) in 1929, which have provided it with a source of income, now part of the fundraising activities of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

On 6 August 2009, Arsenal F.C. confirmed that Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH CC) was to be their ‘charity of the season’ for the 2009-10 season. They set a fundraising target of £500,000”

Cracked  by  Arun , Freestyler , Manu  Sathian , Kaushik  Saha , Kamal  Rathi , Rithwik , Anil  Raghavan , Subin and  Malcaluffin . Half  credits  to  Yadhu .

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1. arun - January 11, 2010

Great Ormond Street hospital- proceeds of Arsenal and Peter Pan go to this institute.

2. Freestyler - January 11, 2010

The Great Ormond Street Hospital

3. Manu Sathian - January 12, 2010

A – JM Barrie ( Author of Peter Pan )
B – Arsenal FC

Connection – Great Ormond Street Hospital ( GOSH )

In 1929 the GOSH was the recipient of playwright
J. M. Barrie’s copyright to the Peter Pan works.

On 6 August 2009, Arsenal F.C. confirmed that Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH CC) was to be their ‘charity of the season’ for the 2009-10 season.

4. Kaushik Saha - January 12, 2010

Great Ormond Street Hospital

It was the recipient of the rights to Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, given to the hospital by author J. M. Barrie (man in upper pic) in 1929, which have provided it with a source of income, now part of the fundraising activities of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

On 6 August 2009, Arsenal F.C. confirmed that Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH CC) was to be their ‘charity of the season’ for the 2009-10 season. They set a fundraising target of £500,000

5. deafanddumb - January 12, 2010

gun
1.samuel colt
2.gunners

6. Kamal Rathi - January 12, 2010

J.M.Barrie, author of Peter Pan
Arsenal FC

Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) was the recipient of the rights to Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up, given to the hospital by author J. M. Barrie in 1929, which have provided it with a source of income, now part of the fundraising activities of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSHCC) which provides the hospital with additional funding for its redevelopment, research and new equipment.
On 6 August 2009, Arsenal F.C. confirmed that Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH CC) was to be their ‘charity of the season’ for the 2009-10 season.

7. Rithwik - January 12, 2010

Great Ormond Street Hospital

jm barrie and arsenal

8. anil raghavan - January 12, 2010

arsenals entire squad is taken to their childhood to answer peterpan related topics

9. Subin G - January 12, 2010

J.M.Barrie(A) and Arsenal(B)

Great Ormond Street Hospital is Arsenal’s Charity of the Season for 2009/10. Eighty years ago, the author JM Barrie gave all the proceeds of the book “Peter Pan” to the North London children’s hospital. So in keeping with this theme Arsenal.com took the entire squad back to their childhoods to discuss various Peter Pan-related topics.

😀 cannot find any connection except this 😉

10. malcaluffin - January 12, 2010

Great Ormond Street Hospital is Arsenal’s Charity of the Season for 2009/10.

Eighty years ago, the author JM Barrie gave all the proceeds of the book “Peter Pan” to the North London children’s hospital. So in keeping with this theme Arsenal.com took the entire squad back to their childhoods to discuss various Peter Pan-related topics.

11. parthan - January 12, 2010

samual colt and gun

12. yadhu - January 12, 2010

A : J.M. Barrie
B : Arsenal football club’s logo

13. DR.VIJAYNATH.V - January 13, 2010

caesar jenkyns first international player for arsenal is it?


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