Introduced by Robin Holmes
RICH AND RARE: Sir Philip Hendy talks about a recent illustrated edition of the New Testament
SPECIAL NOTICE: Kay Dick reviews Ethel Smyth , a biography by Christopher St. John
LIBRARY LIST: Marghanita Laski on some new detective stories
KENNETH GRAHAME CENTENARY: Lance Sieveking reviews a new study of the writer and his work by Peter Green , and Robin Green "Holmes reads an excerpt from
The Wind in the Willows
The Masters' Pairs-1
Terence Reese and Harold Frank lin discuss hands with players who took part
The Masters' Pairs. held in London last month, is an event for sixteen pairs invited from among the leading British players
This is one of the hands:
Dealer West: game-all
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