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: La Scala Orchestra

F. Rout-ledge Bell, Musical Director.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
A Summary of the Wireless Paper. for the Week. S.B. from Londons

: Mr. W. PERCIVAL WESTELL

F.L.S., "Wings."
Local News.

: Programme

S.B. from London,

: The Scottish Associationfor the Speaking of Verse.

BALLAD PROGRAMME :
Speaker:
CHARLES R. M. BROOKES.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles R. M. Brookes.

: Musical and Dramatic Evening

from
DUNDEE UNIVERSITY COL.
LEGE ORCHESTRA:
Under the Direction of JAMES KELMAN.
EDITH MENZIES (Soprano).
THOMAS THORNTON
(Baritone).
JAMES KELMAN (Violin).
ALASTHAIR M. GILLES
(Pianoforte).
JACK BAXTER (Flute).
THE DRAMATIC SOCIETY
THE ORCHESTRA.
THE DRAMATIC SOCIETY
Presents
" THE PIE IN THE OVEN."
A Play in One Act
By J. J. Bell.
Under the Direction of JAMES B. DOUGLAS.
Scene : A Kitchen in a small cottage in the country.
Time : Evening.
QUARTET.

Contributors

Unknown: James Kelman.
Soprano: Edith Menzies
Violin: James Kelman
Pianoforte: Alasthair M. Gilles
Flute: Jack Baxter

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sir WILLIAM BEACH THOMAS:
" The Ypres League." S.B from London,
Station Director's Talk.

: Pianoforte Recital

bv
ALASTHAIR M. GILLES.

Contributors

Unknown: Alasthair M. Gilles.








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