Mr. PHILIP A. STALKER
MR. PHILIP A. STALKER has been a journalist for eleven years and has lived in Edinburgh for nine. As a naval correspondent he has gone to sea with the Fleet on some half-dozen occasions or more. He has contributed several articles to Punch and has written, without pretence to knowledge, on a wide variety of subjects. He has also written occasional verse, but, as he says, never in sufficient quantities to constitute a danger to the peace of mind of real poets.
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Mr. Philip A.
De Groot and his Orchestra : Selection, L'Enfant Prodigue (Wormser).
Raymond Newell (baritone) with Chorus : Ma Belle (The Three Musketeers) (Friml, Grey, Wodehouse) ; Song of the Drum (Carter, Ellis, Finck).
The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Eric Coates : London Suite (Eric Coates ). Tarantelle, Covent Gar den ; Meditation, Westminster; March, Knightbridge.
Olive Groves (soprano) : Because of you (Give me a Ring) (Broomes, John).
Joseph Lewis and his Orchestra :
Ballet Music, Faust (Gounod).
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