The Wireless Male Voice Chorus
Conducted by Edwin Benbow
Stuart Robertson (bass)
At the pianoforte, Ernest Lush
Old Noah (British Students' Song Book)
Man is for the woman made (British Students' Song Book)
Some folks like to sigh (British Students' Song Book)
The Slacker's Lament (British Students' Song Book)
Bonnie wee thing (British Students' Song Book)
The West End Perk (British Students' Song Book)
The Drunken Sailor (British Students' Song Book)
O Rogerum! (British Students' Song Book)
Santa Lucia (British Students' Song Book)
A Sea Song ......... Edwin Benbow
(See article on page 13)
The Wireless Male Voice
EDITH PICTON-TURBERVILL, O.B.E.
2—' Along the Coast'
Edith Picton-Tuibervill , O.B.E., joined the Labour Party in 1918 and stood for Parliament in 1922 and 1924. She represented the Wrekin Division from 1929 to 1931.
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