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by Francis Jackson
From York Minster


Unknown: Francis Jackson


Consultation Match
Manchester v. Glasgow
J. Wolstenholme Dr. B. H. Neumann.
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-KI, PxP; (8) KtxP, Castles; (9) B-Bl, R-KI; (10) P-QKt3, B-KBI; (11) B-Kt2, P-KKt3; (12) P-B3, B-Kt2; (13) QKt-K2, KtxKt; (14) BxKt, P-QKt4; (15) P-QB4, PxP; (16) PxP, P-QB3; (17) P-Kt4, Q-R4; (18) P-KR3, QR-Ktl; (19) R-Ktl, RxR; (20) QxR, B-K3; (21) R-Bl, Kt-Q2; (22) P-B4. BxBch.; (23) KtxB, Q-QB4; (24) Q-Q3
Questions and Answers
Chairman: Dr. J. Bronowskl
Panel: Joan Doulton
Gerald Abrahams , Harry Golombek
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: Dr. J. Bronowskl
Unknown: Joan Doulton
Unknown: Gerald Abrahams
Unknown: Harry Golombek


A monthly magazine programme
Acting Lady Macbeth and Mrs. Alving
BEATRIX LEHMANN and FLORA ROBSON talk with Richard Findlater about the heroines of Shakespeare's Macbeth and Ibsen's Ghosts from the actress's point of view. Lady Macbeth and Mrs. Alving are in the repertoire of both artists.
The Theatre in the Commonwealth
PETER COE, appointed resident producer of the Mermaid Theatre, London, has been to India to produce Twelfth Night with an all-Indian cast. He discusses his impressions with RANEN Roy , a founder-member of the Little Theatre in Calcutta.


Unknown: Ranen Roy


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