FROM STAMFORD BRIDGE
OXFORD and CAMBRIDGE this afternoon hold their athletic meeting with HARVARD and YALE
A running commentary on the progress of these sports will be given by Mr. HAROLD M. ABRAHAMS at the following times :
2.44-3.05; 3.40-4.10; 4.20-4.30; and 4.40-5.0
The ETON v. HARROW Cricket Match is proceeding at Lord's. In the intervals of Mr. Abrahams' broadcast there will be comments en the cricket by Mr. P. F. WARNER
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Mr. Harold M.
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amongst the novels that If Winter Comes.'
WAR-TIME airmen will remember
Mr. Macdonald Hastings as the founder and editor of 'The Fledgling' and its even 1 i velier successor, 'Roosters and Fledglings.' Ho is also the author of many plays and books of essays, inclusing 'The Kew Sin' and 'Hanky - Panky John ,' and ho has dramatized is
A Continental Entertainment composed, written and devised by OSCAR M. SHERIDAN and HUBERT W. DAVID, with additional sketches by YVONNE ARNAUD and LUCIENNE HERVAL Cast includes : Mile. MAROVA Mons. HENRI LEONI THE GRESHAM SINGERS COLLEEN CLIFFORD REX EVANS and Mile. YVETTE DARNAC REVUE ORCHESTRA under the direction of STANLEY HOLT Produced by OSCAR M. SHERIDAN
A summer evening in Paris, full of gaiety and colour. Dusk is creeping between the chestnut-trees in the Bois, down on to the Grands Boulevards. The terrasses of the cafes are thronged with people. Along the pavements under the stars the crowds stroll, laughing and talking, clustering at the newspaper kiosks, staring into the brilliant windows of the luxury-shops...
...The day's work is over. Paris is herself again. Paris! What shall we do this evening? Dinner at Prunier or under the trees at Armenonville? And then-Racine at the Odeon or a barbaric, colourful revue at the Folies? Champagne and Charleston in the Place Pigalle, or bock and the Java in Montparnasse? No, let's go to the Capucines, or some other intimate theatre for one of those light, sparkling revues beloved of Parisians, full of wit and melody and topical satire. It is to one of these revues intimes that Alice Delysia is taking us tonight. Paris Calling! Stand by....
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