News in a Nutshell - Furry Dance in Cornwall, schoolboys football final at Upton Park, and one of the rescued miners at Nova Scotia.
Title missing - News in a Nutshell.
Intertitle - 'Helston' (Cornwall) - The Furry Dance is performed on Flora Day. M/S of a sign saying 'Welcome to the Flora' strung across a building. L/S of parade of men and ladies dancing through the streets. C/U's of trumpet and drum. M/S of a sign saying 'Dental Surgeon', the couples dance as they enter. Various shots as they dance around the town, the band follows.
Intertitle - 'Upton Park' (London) - Boys' football final for the English Schools Shield. M/S of the two young captains from West Ham and Preston shaking hands, they toss coin. M/S of a supporter waving a rattle. L/S of kick off, various shots of the match, supporters wave. Various shots as the match continues and they draw.
Intertitle - 'Nova Scotia' (Canada) - M/S of flying boat being towed in and hoisted onto land. M/S of Dr Robertson, who has been trapped down a mine at Moose River for 11 days. M/S of him smiling as he is lifted out and put in an ambulance to be taken to the hospital. Dark M/S of him in back of ambulance, it drives away.
Cataloguer's note: the story 'Royal Opening of the Royal Tournament' is missing from this issue.