: Paul Brunet will play on the Violin selected items from the compositions of Edward German. The Story of ' The Little Dressmaker ' (sewn together, as it were, by Eleanor Farjeon) will be unfolded. ' Feed your Horses ! ' and other Cavalry Calls of the British Army will be described by Walton O'Donnell (with the. aid of a Trumpeter who knows how they should be played)
GABLE and BANKS (Harmony and Imitations)
The DON VOCAL QUARTET
REEDY and WORSTER (in musical comedy Duets and Solos)
ART FOWLER and his Ukulele
MUNRO and MILLS JOHN HENRY
MABEL CONSTANDUROS and MICHAEL HOGAN in a Sketch written by Themselves, entitled
' Aa AND BERT'
Presidential Address by Prof. Sir ARTHUR KEITH, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S.
'Darwin's theory of Man's Descent as it stands today'
Relayed from the Majestic Cinema, Leeds
THE annual meetings of the British Association bring together savants from all the branches of science, and the papers read before its assemblies, if they do not often publish any new discoveries of epoch-making importance, usually sum up the year's progress in scientific research. Tonight listeners will hear the presidential address of Sir Arthur Keith , the famous anthropologist and anatomist, on the position of the Darwinian theory today. It is nearly seventy years since first 'The Origin of Species' fluttered the Victorian dovecotes, and in the meantime-especially of recent years-much evidence has been discovered that goes to modify the original theory as Darwin announced it then. It will be particularly interesting to hear the present position reviewed by Sir Arthur Keith, whose opinion on all anthropological questions carries such weight.
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