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: Olympic Games: Boxing and Association Football

Visits are made to the Empire Pool and Empire Stadium to see some of the boxing contests and the second half of the association football match for third place in the Olympic Games.
(to 16.00)

: Olympic Games

A return visit to the Empire Stadium to see the second half of the association football final.

8.15 Boxing
The first of two visits to the Empire Pool to see some of the final contests.

: A Song - A Dance - A Sketch

(with a laugh or two) featuring
Ronnie Boyer and Jeanne Ravel
'The Dance' Olive Lucius
'The Song' Jack La Rue
'The Sketch' Horace Kenney (the laugh or two)
The Coconut Grove Young Ladies and Eric Robinson's Orchestra directed by Jack Coles

Contributors

Dancer: Ronnie Boyer
Dancer: Jeanne Ravel
Dancer: Oliver Lucius
Singer: Jack La Rue
Comedian: Horace Kenney
Performers: The Coconut Grove Young Ladies
Musicians: Eric Robinson's Orchestra
[Orchestra] directed by: Jack Coles
Producer: Richard Afton

: Olympic Games

Viewers return to the Empire Pool to see the remaining bouts in the Olympic Games boxing contests.

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.45)








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