Newspaper cartoonists attend the 'Cartoonist Club' to practice sketching a glamour girl.
Titles read: "CARTOONISTS CLUB".
Interior of the White Swan pub (public house) where the Cartoonist Club is held. Cartoonists from several newspapers are seen sitting and sketching intently.
C/Us of Joss of 'The Star', his colleague Norman Williams, Harold Hodges of 'The Express', Arthur Ferrier who created Sally and Dizzie in the 'News of the World', Rowland Davies of 'The Despatch' and Norman Pett, creator of Jane in 'The Mirror'. Trog of the 'Daily Mail' sits with 'Uncle' Illingworth. C/Us of Teddy Tail ('Spot') of the 'Daily Mail', Leo Dowd and Gall of the 'News of the World'.
We finally pan across from the sketching group to show that the men are drawing a glamour girl dressed in hula / Hawaiian costume. C/Us of the girl as she sits in a reclining pose. Nice shots of the men comparing sketches and having a laugh.