Three boys from the North-East coast are to give some account of a journey to Lapland arranged by the Public
Schools Exploring Society. The expedition was led by Surgeon-Commander G. Murray Levick, R.N.
A programme of gramophone records devised and presented by BRENT WOOD
Verve high spirits, a grand sense of fun—these are pre-eminent among the qualities which have won such widespread popularity for Harry Roy 's
Band. The leader himself is the maestro of rhythmic ragging and the stimulating qualities of his British appreciated in almost every third home. Harry Roy 's Band is the third subject of Brent Wood 's Minstrels'
Gallery'; we may expect a portrait in bold outline and gay colours.
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