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: OXFORD v. CAMBRIDGE

A Running Commentary on the Second Half of the Inter-
Varsity Rugby Match
Relayed from Twickenham
Commentator,
Capt. H. B. T. WAKELAM
VARSITY matches are no. torious occasions for the upsetting of form. That is why a certain element of uncertainty still attaches to this year's Rugger match for, by the book, Oxford have no more than an outside chance of escaping a beating. But whatever happens on the scoreboard, there is certain to be plenty of hard play on the field and plenty of excitement in the stands, for the Varsity Rugger match never fails to provide a good game and to draw a record crowd to the Twickenham ground. It ranks, in fact, second to the Boat Race as one of the inter-Varsity events that excites an almost national interest, and this afternoon's broadcast will be an important occasion for Rugger men and Varsity men wherever they may be.
(See. Special Article on page 539.)

Contributors

Unknown: Capt. H. B. T. Wakelam

: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

From Birmingham
THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM POLICE BAND
Conducted by RICHARD WASSELL

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Conducted By: Richard Wassell

: THE LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY

SIXTH CONCERT
Relayed from the Philharmonic Hall
Conductor. PAUL VON KLENAU
S.B. fromLiverpool

Contributors

Conductor: Paul von Klenau

: AN INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL RECITAL

From Birmingham Spanish SerenadeGlazunov
DALE SMITH (Baritone)
In a Recital of A. A. Milne—Fraser-SimsonSongs, including first performance of ' Now we are
Six,' and 'Teddy Bear Songs' from 'When we were very young '

Contributors

Baritone: Dale Smith








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