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    News in Nutshell Glorious Goodwood for the Stewards Cup, the King and Queen arriving in Cowes, the Davis cup at Wimbledon, and the life of Sir Francis Drake re-enacted in Saltash

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    Goodwood Race Course, Sussex.
    Cowes, Isle of Wight.
    The All England Tennis Club, Wimbledon, London
    Saltash, Cornwall

    WS. high angel view over 'Glorious Goodwood'. WS. crowds gathered for the main race of the meeting the 'Stewards cup'. LS. the riders board. WS. high angle of the crowds. WS. high angle. WS. the parade ring. LS. the horses being lead around the parade ring. WS. crowds gathered alongside the course. WS. the horses and riders making their way though onto the course. LS. the start of the 'Stewards Cup' the race favourite is "Valkerie". LS. a furlong from the finish 'Greenore' takes the lead with "Almond Hill' second and 'Cora Deans' third pan them across the finish line. Greenore's time is a new course record. WS. the horses and riders go up the hill at the end of the course.

    Cowes, the King and Queen arrive: WS. the Royal Yacht the 'Victoria and Albert' on its way from Portsmouth to Cowes. MS. of the 21 Royal Battery guns firing a salute to mark the arrival of the King and Queen in Cowes. WS. a launch carrying the King and Queen arriving at the Jetty. LS. King George V and Queen Mary making their way up the steps of the Jetty the Queen is with Sir Richard Williams-Buckley and the King is with the Countess of Shaftesbury. WS. the crowd. LS. the King's yacht "Britannia" WS. travelling alongside the Royal Yacht to see the crew on the deck.

    Wimbledon, the Davis cup: the final tennis match of the tie between Great Britain and the United States of America. WS. a doubles match between British pairing of G P Hughes and C. R. Tuckey and the United States doubles team of W L. Allison and J. Van Ryn. The Americans are regarded as probably the world's best doubles pairing. Various shots of the game. WS. the final point is won bringing an unlikely victory for the British they celebrate throwing their rackets to the ground and running to the net. WS. of the players leaving the court. WS. the presentation of the Davis cup to the victorious British team, the non playing captain is called to collect the trophy. He walks backwards with the cup as everyone applauds. MS. the wining team with the Davis Cup.

    Saltash, the Golden Hind at Saltash: WS. the Saltash Regatta with a model of the "Golden Hind" anchored just off from the dock. WS. crowd. LS. the "Golden Hind" which is taking part in the staging of the life of Sir Francis Drake. WS. Spectators standing on small boats. LS. "Sir Francis" stepping from the "Golden Hind" into a rowing boat. WS. the crew who are from the Royal Naval Barracks row the boat ashore. WS. towns people. MS. Drake stepping onshore. LS. high angle the old town Quay with people dressed in Elizabethan costume. WS. crowds waving. MS. Drake asking for the hand of his future wife Mary Newman on the spot where he first met her. MS. Sir Francis making his way from the quayside back to the ship. LS. the boat rowing back. WS. the "Golden Hind" sailing away. MS. Drake's wife waving him goodbye. WS. the "Golden Hind" sailing away.

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    Pathe newsreels
    British Pathé
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    Available on request
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    01:48:39:00 / 01:52:26:00

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