stated that when footballmatches are being televised and members
the crowd chant their own versions
known songs and such like, they are,
terms of copyright.That being so, the football clubs concernedare liable
pay the necessary fee for publicperformances.
was talking rubbish.
whisky depends on your answer.
Sorry, but we have to scotch that one for you
you had our lad Ccorge worriedthat he might have to fork out- rdyalties for chanting"God Save Our Gracious
the Cup Fwl.But the PerforminaRight Societ tells ui
that footbalf groundshave to be licensed toblare out the latest popopus as pre-match orhalf-time entertainment,and this licence alsotakes care of improm tud'~oncerts,"with or whh-out the original lyrics.Mind you, it's only theclub and ground itselfthat's covered by thelicence: So if you shoulddecide that "You'll NeverWalk Alone" outside theturnstiles, you might
have to run for itinstead!
PINTA PETE," Wrythe
Lane, Carshalton, Surrey,writes:
DAVlD BUTLER, SnowdonGrove, East Boldon, Tyneand
right in thingthat when the hnerTitanic made
ill-fatedmaiden voyage, it was'carrying an Egyptian
other evening in apublic bar
wascharged 39p--nearly eightshillings in "old" money-for three small packets ofpeanuts.Never again will
use !ke expression
peanuts to meansomething of little value
That's right, David. Indeed, Pete. And our
armer friends tell
that of a prophetess that the same fate hasfamed durin the reign of befallen that other time-Arnenhtep
father-in- honour* derogatorylaw of Tutankhamen. remark, chicken feed
THE FOSDYKE SAGA