BIOLOGY AND HYGIENE
Professor WINIFRED Cutxis , C.B.E. : ' Your
Body Every Day—II, How we keep ourselves Warm or Cool'
3-0 ENGLISH LITERATURE
Sir PHILIP HARTOG , K.B.E. : ' Thinking and Writing—II, How to Tell a Story and How to Criticize a Story—I'
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(The Bat Theatre of Moscow) in a short programme taken from his present production at the Cambridge Theatre
(by arrangement with Mr. B. A. Meyer)
The programme will be selected from their most popular successes, including :
'Blockheads in Love,' by Gabriel Toyne , with Miss Lydia Sherwood
R. Caldicott , and Gabriel Toyne
Musical direction : Alexis Archangelsky
Tzigane Songs : Dmitry Poliakoff
The following members of the company will take part : Mmes. Alexeeva, Cortis, Ershova, Basevicz, Toropova, and Antarova Messrs. Gamal, Lubin, Mikvitz, Mostovoy,
Habenek, and Zotoff
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