Dr. L. HADEN GUEST and Mr. ROSSLYN MITCHELL , M.P.
' Where is the Best Career-at Home or Abroad ? '
WE are often told nowadays that the great future for our young men lies overseas.
Something resembling this view will be put forward in tonight's discussion by Dr. Haden Guest , formerly Labour M.P. for North Southwark, who has recently become a Conservative. It will be opposed by Mr. Rosslyn Mitchell , who entered Parliament in 1924, when he defeated Mr. Asquith at Paisley.
' TOO LATE ' or ' JUST IN TIME '
A Sketch by GERALD GRACE
LILY BURNS and NORMAN PARRY
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SANDY ROWAN (Scotch Comedian)
JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C. DANCE
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