Cuts (rushes, out takes) for the Colour Pictorial story HOSPITALS' CUP RAG in CP 379. The original story is on Pathe Master tape *PM0167*.
Many of these shots are similar to those seen in the final version. There is material involving the preparations of the vehicle with shots of a boy painting slogans on St Thomas's vehicle and shots of a rag doll being swung around on a model gallows. There are shots of two men having gooey stuff smeared on their faces. New material of the packed vehicles travelling through London to Richmond. Shots of the vehicles arriving at Richmond, one chap filling his gun with liquid, students smearing white stuff on the side of the truck.
Various signs supporting each team, including a shot of a girl holding an umbrella with 'St Mary's for the Cup' on it. There are various shots of the match showing how rough it gets, a group drag a girl over to the truck and cover her with flour, shots of them throwing soot etc. at each other, everyone covered in flour and soot, people fighting on the floor. C/U of a man in a hat smiling. A policeman walks in to stop them pushing one of the vehicles over. Two men looking exhausted covered in flour, one wearing a headscarf, the other a surgical hat. Various shots of smoke and flour bombs flying and one man collapsed on the ground. More shots of policemen walking about. Shots of the rugby match and the rag people in the crowd cheering them on.