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by Helmar Fernback (tenor)


Tenor: Helmar Fernback


with eye-witness accounts of Gloucester v. Moseley
(Rugby Union) by Peter Hordern and Birmingham v. Charlton Athletic
(Football League) by E. A. Eden
Peter Hordern , who broadcasts today for the first time, has had a distinguished career as a Rugby forward. He gained his blue at Oxford, has played for Blackheath, Newport, and Gloucester, was in the Hampshire side which won the county championship the year before last, and is the holder of four English caps.


Unknown: Peter Hordern
Unknown: E. A. Eden
Unknown: Peter Hordern


Conductor, J. Locker
George Gibbs (baritone)
This Leicestershire band was founded about sixty-five years ago by the late Henry Dennis , a composer of sacred music. Under its conductor, J. Locker , a musician who has twice taken first prize for trombone solos at the Crystal Palace, the band has won about £500 in prizes at various contests.


Conductor: J. Locker
Baritone: George Gibbs
Unknown: Henry Dennis
Conductor: J. Locker


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