London v. Manchester
ILFORD CHESS CLUB
(London League Champions)
J. B. Hawson , H. I. Woolverton ,
D. B. Sturgeon MANCHESTER CHESS CLUB
J. Wolstenholme , Dr B. H. Neumann
C. G. Hilton
The moves till now:
(1) P-Q4, Kt-KB3: (2) P-QB4, P-KKt3: (8) Kt-QB3, B-Kt2; (4) P-K4. P-Q3; (5) B-K2. Castles; (6) B-Kt5, P-QB3: (7) P-KB4. QKt-O2; (8) Kt-B3; Q-Kt3; (9) P-K5, QxKtP; (10) Q-Bl, QxQch; (11) RxQ, PxP; (12) BPxP, Kt-Kt5: (13) BxP. R-Kl; (14) B-Q6, P-B3; (15) P-B5
Master v. Listeners
THE MASTER: C. H. O'D. Alexander
FOR THE LISTENERS: Leonard Barden
The first fifteen moves were:
(1) P-K4. P-Q3; (2) P-Q4, Kt-KB3; (3) Kt-QB3. P-KKt3; (4) B-K2. B-Kt2; (5) P-KR4. P-B4; (6) PxP, Q-R4; (7) B-Q2, QxBP: (8) P-R5, Castles; (9) Kt-R3, Kt-B3: (10) Kt-B4, Kt-Q5; (11) B-Q3. R-Kl; (12) QKt-Q5. B-Kt5; (15) KtxKtch, PxKt; (14) P-KB3. P-KB4, (15) P-B3: BPxP
Find the Continuation
A competition series for listeners
Abrahams sets position
Missing the Obvious
A talk by R. J. Broadbent
D. B. Sturgeon
Dr B. H.
C. H. O'D.
The St. Ninion's Hoard
Andrew C. O'Dell
Professor of Geography in the University of Aberdeen
Professor of Celtic Languages in the University of Edinburgh
Douglas Coutts and students from Aberdeen University
Intfoduced by Charles Thomas
On July 5 of this year, on an island dedicated to St. Ninian and now connected to Mainland, Shetland, by a sandy spit, Professor Andrew C. O'Dell and his party from Aberdeen University came upon a cache containing twenty-five examples of metal work. Problems of classification of this important find have not yet been completely solved.
Produced by George Bruce
See page 6
Professor Andrew C.
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