There is no title for this item. The item is part of the "News in a Nutshell" - a roundup of the news.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL a short collection of the latest news - is broken apart. This record contains two of seven short news items which originally belonged to 'News in a Nutshell'.
CLIPPING SUNDAY AT PAINSWICK
Painswick, Cotswold Hills.
Pan down the church in a small village of Painswick. Crowds gather around for the Clipping the Yew Trees Ceremony - 99 old trees are in the churchyard. Procession with priests and chorus boys in white robes in front, walking amongst the trees. Crowds looking on. Half circle of children holding hands walking several times towards and away from priest and chorus who are standing at church doors. Pan across the yard with great trees around.
This item ends at (01:57:01) when the next item starts.
LAWSON LITTLE WINS U.S. GOLF TITLE
Golfer hitting ball with a field watching. Various shots of the golfers competing and crowds watching. Lawson Little wins the American golf title. People gather around the winner. Close up shot of Lawson Little.
This item ends at (57:42) when the next item starts.
SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP PRACTICE (Sound)
Close up shot of the Britain's sculling champion Red (sp?) Phelps. Phelps at training on the river Thames - rowing vigorously.
Bert Barry, his challenger, on training. Close up shot of Bert Barry. He speaks into camera. He calls for the best man to win the race (natural sound).
Note: there are two NEWS IN A NUTSHELL items in this issue - see also records for film id 837.46.