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(By permission of Colonel D. H. S. Sommerville , M.C.)
Conducted by Mr. S. V. Hays
Henry Crowther (baritone)


Unknown: Colonel D. H. S. Sommerville
Conducted By: Mr. S. V. Hays
Baritone: Henry Crowther


An appeal on behalf of THE RED TRIANGLE CLUB, by H. L. MCCREADY , C.B.E.
The Red Triangle Club was formed six years ago by the National Council of the Y.M.C.A. for unemployed men and boys. Classes of all kinds were started: boxing, drama, English, arithmetic, first aid, together with various social activities and games, and vocational training in wood-work, welding, and shoe repairing. The Club lost its premises last May, and it has just secured a new and larger building in which it will be able to serve a greater number of unemployed men and boys. The new Club with its larger membership will, of course, cost a great deal more, and the committee is now in need of £2,000. It is for this sum that tonight's appeal is being made.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].


Unknown: H. L. McCready
Unknown: William Higginson


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