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by Margaret Cobb
From St. Lawrence Jewry, London


Unknown: Margaret Cobb


Consultation Match
Manchester v. Glasgow
J. Wolstenholme
Dr. B. H. Neumann , C. G. Hilton
Glascow Chess CLUB (Black)
W. A. Fairhurst ; C.W. Marshall , P. B. Anderson
The moves till now:
(1) P-K4, P-K4; (2) Kt-KB3, Kt-QB3; (3) B-Kt5, Kt-B3; (4) Castles, P-Q3; (5) P-Q4, B-Q2; (6) Kt-B3, B-K2; (7) R-Kl, PxP; (8) KtxP, Castles; (9) B-Bl, R-Kl
» • •
The Hastings Tournament
A final report by Harry Golombek
* • *
How to Enjoy Your Chess
A talk by V. J. Soanes
• * *
Find the Continuation


Unknown: J. Wolstenholme
Unknown: Dr. B. H. Neumann
Unknown: C. G. Hilton
Unknown: W. A. Fairhurst
Unknown: C.W. Marshall
Unknown: P. B. Anderson
Unknown: Harry Golombek
Talk By: V. J. Soanes


George Devine
Artistic director of the English Stage Company,
Royal Court Theatre, S.W.I
Joan Littlewood
Director of productions for
Theatre Workshop,
Theatre Royal, Stratford, E.15 , and Sam Wanamaker
Artistic director of the New Shakespeare Theatre and Club,
Liverpool on the aims and means of non-commercial theatres
What do these men and women of the theatre stand for and how do they manage financially?
Interviews by Carl Wildman and by Marjorie Anderson who also introduces
Mr. T. A. H. Sycamore
Managing director of a firm that has recently given an example of enlightened patronage
Next edition: February 10


Artistic: George Devine

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