4 MAY 1923, page 15

[to The Editor Of The Spectator.] Sin,—! Sir Greatly...

in the letter of G. McDougall from S. Rhodesia, speaking of his child aged 2i years being able to pick out unerringly gramophone records from sight, naturally before he can......

[to The Editor Of The Spectator.] Sra,—a Nephew Of My

own before he could read was able to tell at a glance the pin-prick records of a large musical-box, losing the faculty when he was able to read. I am now acquainted with a......

The Fair.

Tan fair is a fight ; some are lighting for gain ; Some fighting for pleasure and some to cheat pain ; But that squinting old hag, with a voice like a knife Mid a tray of wire......

The Theatre.

R.U.R." AT ST. MARTIN'S. R.U.R. can hardly be better described than by its own sub- title, "A Fantastic Melodrama." Here and there the fact of its projection into the future,......

The Child And The Gramophone Records.

1 To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] was interested to read the letter from G. McDougall in your issue of April 28th, for my son showed a similar power of picking out records when......

Poetry.

iJORNING : FROM THE HILLS. THE flaming life of Love divine, Whose earthly ensign is the Sun, Brings at this hour His bread and wine. For lifted hearts to feed thereon. Like......