Through the courtesy of the Amateur Boxing Association, television cameras will again be installed at the ringside for the public tournament being held by the Alexandra Amateur Boxing Club, in the Concert Hall at Alexandra Palace.
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Introducing Sir Barry Jackson, The Rt. Hon. Sir John Anderson, G.C.B., G.C.I.E., Robb (Fashion Drawings), Trudi Binar (Continental Songs), and Tamara Geva, Raymond Massey, and Henry Sherek from "Idiot's Delight".
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