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: CHESS

Consultation Match
London v. Manchester
A match game, of which a few moves are played every week
ILFORD CHESS CLUB
(London League Champions)
J. B. Hawson. H. I. Woolverton
Dr. B. Sturgeon
MANCHESTER CHESS CLUB
J. Wolstenholme
Dr. B. H. Neumann. C. G. Hilton
BLACK (London)
Position after
White's sixth move
WHITE Manchester)
4 * *
International Team Tournament
A telephoned report from Munich
* « *
Master v. Listeners
A competition game played by C. H. O'D . ALEXANDER against the listeners' best move, chosen by C. KOTTNAUER
BLACK (Alexander)
Position after
Black's eleventh move
WHITE (Listeners)
• * *
Find the Continuation
A competition series for listeners
BLACK
B. H . Wood sets position
No. 2
WHITE
• • *
World Championship 1958
Talk by H. GOLOMBEK

Contributors

Unknown: J. B. Hawson.
Unknown: H. I. Woolverton
Unknown: Dr. B. Sturgeon
Unknown: J. Wolstenholme
Unknown: Dr. B. H. Neumann.
Unknown: C. G. Hilton
Played By: C. H. O'D Alexander
Unknown: B. H Wood
Talk By: H. Golombek

: THE ARCHAEOLOGIST

Recent Work in Etruria
Introduced by Donald Strong
Only during the last few years have modern archaeological methods been applied to the study of the Etruscans. In Rome this summer JOHN WARD PERKINS of the British School and FRANR BROWN of the American Academy described current work in progress.
Produced by John Irving

Contributors

Introduced By: Donald Strong
Unknown: John Ward
Unknown: Franr Brown
Produced By: John Irving








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