in a recital of popular violin pieces
Albert Sammons is one of the most widely experienced of solo violinists, for he has graduated from almost every branch of the musical profession. A fine virtuoso and sensitive musician, he excels as an interpreter of the classics and of British music, particularly of the concertos and sonatas of Elgar and Deliut,
from St. Nicholas's Church, Radford,
Order of Service
Hymn: Rock of ages cleft for me (A. and M. 184; Rv. C.H. 413; Army Prayer Book 99)
Reading, St. Luke xi, 14-18, 21-22
Address by the Rev. H. W. Baines
Hymn: Who would true valour see let him come hither (A. and M. 676 ; Rv. C.H. 576)
Hymn: Holy Father, in thy mercy hear our anxious prayer (A. and M. 595 ; Rv. C.H. 629 ; Army Prayer Book 45)
A running commentary on the last period of the Toronto Maple Leaf's home match played on Saturday night at Maple Leaf Gardens,
Commentator, Foster Hewitt
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