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Noel Thomas describes a late spawning of Common Toads observed last September
Anthony Common reports on the increasing number of Avocets wintering on the Tamar Cecil Bell tells the story of his breeding experiments with the Marsh Fritillary butterfly
Bryan Sage , recently back from the Middle East, tells of some of his bird-watching adventures there
John Clegg discusses the relationship of local museums with amateur naturalists and how they can be of use to one another
Produced by Winwood Reade
Manchester v. Glasgow
MANCHESTER CHESS Club (White)
Dr. B. H. Neumann ,
C. G. Hilton GLASGOW Chess CLUB (Black)
W. A. Fairhurst C. W. Marshall , P. B. Anderson
The moves till now:
(I) 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; (10) P-QKt3, B-KB1; (11) B-Kt2. P-KKt3
0 0 0
A Chess Lesson
C. H. O'D. Alexander answers questions put to him by Marsland Gander
* * *
Master v. Listeners
Listeners (White): Leonard Barden
Master (Black): C. H. O'D. Alexander
Position after Black's
Dr. B. H.
C. G. Hilton
W. A. Fairhurst
C. H. O'D.
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