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: ADDRESS by Dr. PARKES CADMAN, of Brooklyn, Now York, relayed from St. Martin-in-the-Fields

LIKE so many of .the leading preachers of America, Dr. Cadman was bom and educated in England. Since 1901 ho has been Pastor of the Central Congregalional Church, Brooklyn, New York City, and before that, in addition to being at one time Pastor of . the Metropolitan
Temple, New York, he had held many appointments at Theological colleges.

: THE OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

AT ST. ANDREWS
AN EYE-WlTNESS ACCOUNT BY
BERNARD DARWIN
S.B. from Dundee THE Open Championship is the most important golf meeting that takes place in these islands.
This year the Championship is being played on the historic St. Andrews course. Today the final rounds are played, and Mr. Bernard Darwin , tho famous amateur golfsr, and now the leading expert on the game, will broadcast an account of the event. A running commentary is, of course, out of the question, but Mr. Darwin will, from the Students' Union building, which is close to the course, describo the morning's scores and the prospects for the afternoon: Then at 7.55' this .evening he will describe the final stages, and announce the result.

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Darwin
Unknown: Mr. Bernard Darwin

: FOLK DANCES AND MUSIC

By arrangement with THE ENGLISH FOLK DANCE
SOCIETY
Country Dance Instruction and Lecture on the Art of Country Dancing by MAUD KARPELES
Singer : VERA WOOLLCOMBE
Violin : ELSIE AVRTL
Dances : ' If all tho world were paper ' ; ' Goddesses ' ; ' The Black Nag ' ; ' Nancy's Fancy '

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR : Piano Solos by Maurice Cole. ' The Wild Cat and the Dealer'

(H. Mortimer Batten ). ' Hiawatha's Childhood ' (Longfellow), recited by Cyril Nash

Contributors

Unknown: H. Mortimer Batten
Unknown: Cyril Nash

: BRAHMS' SONGS

Sung by DALE SMITH
Wir wandelten (Wo wandered)
Auf dem Kirchhofe (In the Churchyard)
Immor leiser wird mom. Schlummer (Ever gentler grows my slumber)
THE poem of We watulered, by Daumor, is a loving recollection of perfect happiness in listening to the voice of a dear companion. The music typifies Brahms' gift of writing melodiously in phrases that flow and glow with fine character.
If any composer had an aptitude for writing pictorial music, the poem of In the Churchyard (by Liliencron) would surely bring it into action : ' The day went out in rain and storm. I lingered by many a forgotten grave, amid weather-beaten stones on which I could scarcely read the names.'
Tho third is one of the favourites among
Brahms' songs. Its mood of drowsiness and restrained passion gives beauty to the lament of one who is dying heartbroken.

Contributors

Sung By: Dale Smith

: Prof. JOSEPH BARCROFT, ' Carriers of Disease -Flies and Mosquitoes '

A SPECIAL booklet on ' The Art and Practice of Breathing,' containing synopses of Professor Barcroft's talks, and illustrative diagrams, may be obtained by sending 11/2 d. in stamps to [address removed]

: 'LES CLOCHES DE CORNEVILLE'

(.See Special Programme in centre column)

: ' FOUR SONGS OF MOROCCO '

by WHITTAKER-WILSON
Sung by DOROTHY WHYBROW (Mezzo-Soprano) with Orchestra
Conducted by the COMPOSER
Lafla, Fair Moon; Pepper Trees; Ourieda,
Little Rose; Garden of Stars

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Dorothy Whybrow








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