Grand Symphony Orchestra :
Marches (Sousa), introducing High School Cadets, Washington Post, Liberty Bell, Invincible Eagle
Jack Buchanan : Yes, Mr. Brown
(Yes, Mr. Brown) (Paul Abraham )
Jack Buchanan and Elsie Randolph : Fancy our meeting (That's a Good Girl) (Charig, Meyer)
Carroll Gibbons and his Boy
Friends: Sugar Rose (Fats Waller)
Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Chris and his Gag (Fletcher H. Henderson )
A selection of verses from
' A Dartmoor Village ' by Eden Phillpotts
1 At midnight, when the hour is told
And moonshine marks the dewy way,
A wanderer in the churchyard fold
May at the heads Of sleepers' beds,
Read many things not seen by day.
For, come the dawn and set the moon
And sparkle out the morning rime,
The stones they tell another tune
Above the heads Of sleepers' beds.
More apt for naked, daylight time
Readers, H. Josephine Hamilton , and S. Gorley Putt
Listeners know many of the plays of Eden Phillpotts in their broadcast form, as well as in their stage and book form, but this is the first time that any of his poems have been broadcast in the West of England. ' A Dartmoor Village ' is only one of several volumes of poems he has published : his total output of works of all kinds amounts to more than three hundred and fifty volumes,
Champion of the West of England v.
Ex-Champion of Jamaica
A commentary on the Welterweight Contest by Captain Francis H. Dakyns and Jim Brady from the Adelphi Gardens Pavilion,
Captain Francis H.
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