Second Round Tie
By courtesy of the All England Lawn Tennis Association viewers join the spectators at the No. 1 Court, Wimbledon, to see the two Open Singles Matches in the second round of this International Tournament.
In the first round Great Britain defeated Portugal, and Czechoslovakia beat Monaco.
At the time of going to press the teams have not been finally selected.
[Starring] Diana Churchill, Elisabeth Welch, and Max Adrian
An intimate revue recently at the Globe Theatre.
Devised and directed by Laurier Lister with Rose Hill, Angus Menzies, Marjorie Dunkels, Denis Martin, Daphne Peretz, Kenneth Connor, Daphne Oxenford, Brian Blades, Ulla Soderbaum, John Oxley, Charlotte Mitchell, James Thompson and Sylvia Rye, Elizabeth Cooper, Sylvia Ashmole, Ann Lydekker, Elizabeth Boyd, and Shirley Hall
At the pianos: John Pritchett and Betty Robb
At the drums: Chris Blades
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