New inventions, judged by the selecting panel to be the best submitted since the last meeting are appraised and demonstrated by Geoffrey Boumphrey, the club's technical adviser.
Specifications of inventions for Inclusion in future programmes should be sent to the Organiser, Leslie Hardern, c/o [address removed]
October 1 marks the beginning of the Amateur Boxing Season, and tonight the television mobile cameras pay a return visit to Lewisham Town Hall for the special open tournament organised by the Downham Goldsmiths Amateur Boxing Club.
(For details see The Scanner, page 41)
Tony van Den
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