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: Newsreel

(Composite edition)
(to 12.00)

: Rugby League: England v. France

England and France have met in Rugby League football nineteen times, England having won eleven of the games. Today viewers visit Wembley Stadium to watch the twentieth match between the two countries.
(to 16.20)

Contributors

Commentator: Michael Henderson
Commentator: George Duckworth

: Rooftop Rendezvous

Ninth visit to television's own nightspot...
Jack Jackson introduces Ted and George Durante, Vivian and Tassi, The Yale Brothers, Clive Dunn, Mayrowe and June, June Elliott, Audrey Wayne, The Rooftop Lovelies, Eric Robinson and the Rendezvous Orchestra.

Contributors

Presenter: Jack Jackson
Comedy acrobats: Ted and George Durante
Entertainers: Vivian and Tassi
Vocalists: The Yale Brothers
Comedian: Clive Dunn
Performers: Mayrowe and June
Performer: June Elliott
Performer: Audrey Wayne
Dancers: The Rooftop Lovelies
Musicians: Eric Robinson and the Rendezvous Orchestra
Dance arranger: Leslie Roberts
Devised and produced by: Richard Afton

: Ice Hockey: Earl's Court Rangers v. Harringay Greyhounds

A visit to the Empress Hall, Earl's Court, to see the last period of this National League Match.
Peter Dimmock, assisted by G. H. Van Gelder, helps viewers follow the game. The teams will be selected from the following:
Earl's Court Rangers
Goal
1 Stan Simon
Defence
2 W. Mosdell
3 J. Farley
4 H. Meyer
14 A. Green
Forwards
5 K. Booth
6 A. Hodkinson
7 K. Campbell (Capt.)
8 H. Hayes (asst. Capt.)
9 A. Harvey
10 S. DeQuoy
11 H. Young
12 W. Sullivan
15 R. Rothwell
Trainer: W. Brown

Harringay Greyhounds
Goal
1 T. Donachey
Defence
2 W. Alan
3 G. Telkkinen
4 E. Hallam
Forwards
5 R. Planch
6 F. Dunkleman
7 E. Blondin
8 J. Gauthier
9 K. Kennedy
10 A. Menchini
11 A. Cooke (Capt.)
14 G. Gauthier
Trainer: H. Aldridge

Contributors

Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Assisted by: G. H. van Gelder
Goal (Earl's Court Rangers): Stan Simon
Defence (Earl's Court Rangers): W. Mosdell
Defence (Earl's Court Rangers): J. Farley
Defence (Earl's Court Rangers): H. Meyer
Defence (Earl's Court Rangers): A. Green
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): K. Booth
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): A. Hodkinson
Forward/captain (Earl's Court Rangers): K. Campbell
Forward/assistant captain (Earl's Court Rangers): H. Hayes
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): A. Harvey
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): S. Dequoy
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): H. Young
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): W. Sullivan
Forward (Earl's Court Rangers): R. Rothwell
Trainer (Earl's Court Rangers): W. Brown
Goal (Harringay Greyhounds): T. Donachey
Defence (Harringay Greyhounds): W. Alan
Defence (Harringay Greyhounds): G. Telkkinen
Defence (Harringay Greyhounds): E. Hallam
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): R. Planch
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): F. Dunkleman
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): E. Blondin
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): J. Gauthier
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): K. Kennedy
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): A. Menchini
Forward/captain (Harringay Greyhounds): A. Cooke
Forward (Harringay Greyhounds): G. Gauthier
Trainer (Harringay Greyhounds): H. Aldridge

: Newsreel

(Repeat of Friday's edition)

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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