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  3. FOR WOMEN

    Having supper at the British Drama League party on Saturday night: (left to right) the assistant manager of the Russian Ballet company, MR.S. GRIGORIEFF, MISS SONO OSATO, and the chairman of the League Council, MR. NORMAN CATTS; the ballerina, MISS TAMARA GRIGORIEVA, with MR. YURA LAZOVSKY during an interval between dances. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 58 words
  4. RECEPTION FOR BALLET.

    Members of the Russian Ballet company do not regard ballroom dancing as a busman's holiday. For after Saturday night's ballet programme, ...

    Article : 444 words
  5. NANCY BIRD IN EUROPE.

    Nancy Bird, the Australian aviatrix, who is at present in Europe studying developments in civil aviation, spoke last night on short wave from Berlin ...

    Article : 340 words
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    At the British Drama League party for Russian Ballet principals, held at the Australia Hotel on Saturday night: the president, LADY GORDON (right), and MRS. JAMES DICKSON. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 27 words
  7. PARTY ON THE ORION.

    The traditional disclipline of ships became nothing but a tradition on Saturday afternoon, when in brilliant sunshine more than 1,500 people ...

    Article : 538 words
  8. COMING-OF-AGE DANCE

    Mr. and Mrs. Venour Nathan chose a delightful way of celebrating the coming-of-age of their only son, Mr. Mac Nathan, when they entertained about ...

    Article : 455 words
  9. PICNIC AT PALM BEACH.

    Several members of the Russian Ballet company picnicked at Padm Beach yesterday. The party was arranged by Dr. and Mrs. Ringland Anderson, of Melbourne, ballet ...

    Article : 183 words
  10. DANCED AT CLUB.

    Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunt, of Singapore, had Mr. and Mrs. John Spier and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watt as their guests at the Carl Thomas Club on Saturday night. Miss Jocelyn ...

    Article : 69 words
  11. SHIPBOARD PARTY FOR YOUNG FOLK.

    Interesting moments at the children's party on the Orion on Saturday afternoon: left to right, SUSAN MANT (front) and BETTY LARK (back) enjoying the slippery dip; LADY WAKEHURST, in the foreground, watches the lady Mayoress, MRS. NORMAN NOCK, performing the crowning ceremony; and little MICHAEL GUINNESS is not quite sure whether he really wants the gift that Santa Claus is offering him. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 66 words
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