G. N. Osborne
Northern sport, with its many historic games and famous players, comes into radio news with this new series of Saturday-night broadcasts. It is hoped to cover at least thirty sports week by week through the autumn and winter-such pastimes as curling and darts as well as the better-known ones. The high-lights of many a game will be picked out in what promises to be a really bright and ' newsy ' collection of talks ; and personal anecdote as well as authoritative information will have a place. Tonight's hockey talk follows Association and Rugby football on the list.
England v. Irish Free State
A commentary during play by H. C. S. Perry , from the Imperial
H. C. S. Perry , who lives at Buxton, and who was headmaster of St. Christopher's School, Bath, from 1925 to 1935, is not only a qualified bridge teacher but a front-rank tournament player. He was selected' to play for the North in the British Bridge League conference at Buxton last year, but at the last moment he was prevented by illness from taking part.
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