Harry Davidson : Selection,
Rose Marie (Friml)-1. Indian Love Call; 2. Totem Tom-Tom ; 3. Rose
Marie Quentin MacLean : Selection, The
Sydney Gustard : In an old-fashioned town (Squire)
Reginald Dixon : More Melodious
Harry Davidson : Selection, Bitter
Sydney Torch: Selection, Sitting
Harry Davidson : Selection, bhow
Boat (Hammerstein and Kern)
Charles D. Smart (assisted by Martin Dale (Hawaiian guitar) : In a Monastery Garden (Ketélbey)
2.40 (-3.5) Elementary French
J. J. OBERLIN and Madame OBERLIN:
' Une Bonne Idee '
3.10 English Literature
Poetry of Today
Lesson 2. The Poet as Singer WILLIAM MCALLUM CLYDE, Ph.D.
A Short Recital of his Pianoforte Music by PHILIP HALSTEAD
Fantasy in C minor Sonata in D (No. 9)
1. Allegro con spirito; 2. Andante con Espressione ; 3. Rondo : Allegro
Pastorale Variee (Variations by Gaubert de Courbon)
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