Ted Jarman and H. M. C. Taylor
E W. Jarman of the West Lancashire Golf Club, near Liverpool, is one of the most popular golfing professionals of the North. Ted', as he is familiarly known, is just over thirty years of age. He has a worthy tournament record. His playing career began in 1923, when he joined the Stockport club with his brother Fred. He became head assistant, and then in 1928 he became professional at Prenton. In 1935 he was given a place in the British team that lost to America in the Ryder Cup match at Ridgewood, New Jersey. In 1936 he succeeded
E. W. H. Kenyon as professional to the West Lancashire Club.
H. M. C. Taylor, Jarman's fellow speaker tonight, is a Liverpool journalist.
H. M. C.
E. W. H.
A Chess Ballet by Arthur Bliss
The BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by the composer
Bliss's ballet Checkmate was first produced in Paris in June last year under Constant Lambert, and the first performance in London took place at Sadler's Wells on October 5. It is Arthur Bliss's first ballet, and the story is based on the idea of a game of chess between Love and Death. The complete ballet was recently televised from Alexandra Palace.
Between the movements of the ballet, tonight, a description of the action will be given.
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