A musical drama in three acts.
The action takes place somewhere in Europe today.
Words and music:
Chief Police Agent:
The Foreign Woman:
From the Empire Pool, Wembley.
The first of eight visits to watch some of the world's leading professionals competing in a gruelling cycle race.
The teams are as follows:
Strom and Arnold (Australia), Bruyland and Adriaenssens (Belgium), Rigoniand and Teruzzi (Italy), Bouvard and Surbatis (France), Boeyin and Lakeman (Holland),
Giorgetti and Rossi (Italy), Kilian and Gillen (Luxembourg), Reynes and Le Nizerhy (France), Bucher and Von Buren (Switzerland), Summers (Gt. Britain) and Gnauss (France), Matthews (Australia) and Bareth (France), Halsall and Ashton (Australia)
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