For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, July 31st, 1915," showing the Following 6 Photographs from "All Scotch," the Revue at the Apollo Theatre.
a- Beauty by the Sea.- Miss Marie Blanche, Miss Violet Gray, Miss Jean Alwin, and miss Effie Mann, representing English, Irish, Scotch, and Welsh types of lady golfers. b- A legend of the shore.- MacYarn (Mr. M. R. Morand) tells a tale of the Vikings of old. No one is more frightened than he when the Viking appears on the scene. c- Glasgow v. Edinburgh.- Mr. M. R. Morand as Macpherson (of Glasgow), and Mr. Allan Macdonald as MacCloskey (of Edinburgh), both bribe a passing soldier to decide their dispute. d- Miss Marie Blanche as Cormac MacArt, a Viking Hero, revisiting the earth. e- Mr. Morand as an American, and Archie McCaig as a caddie. - The American has come to Scotland to learn golf in an hour or so, and then to write a book about it. f- Centre picture shows the classes and masses at a deadlock.- The Scotch fishwives (Miss Jean Alwin in centre) and the gay motoring party, who are about to bathe (Miss Blanche, Miss Mann, Miss Gray, &c.), entirely fail to appreciate each other's motives, mental standpoint, &c.