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Consultation Match
Manchester v. Glasgow
J. Wolstenholme. C. G. Hilton GLASGOW CHESS Club (Black)
W. A. Fairhurst C. W. Marshall. P. B. Anderson Recent moves:
(30) Q-Kil, P-QB4; (31) Q-KJ, B-Q2; (32) QxP, QxPch; (33) K-Ktl, R-QBI; (34) B-Kt2, Q-B7; (35) R-Kt7, Q-B8ch; (36) K-R2, B-K3
The full score up to White's thirtieth move was given in RADIO TIMES dated March 20
The Bognor Tournament
A report by Harry Golombek
Points of Technique-2


Unknown: Harry Golombek


A monthly series edited and introduced by Maxwell Knight and Robert Spencer
Bird and Mammal Conferences
Professor Gustav KRAMER.of the Max-Planck-Institut at Wilhelmshaven in Germany, discusses recent experimental research into the power of orientation in birds
ROBERT ETCHECOPAR of the Musee National d'Histoire Naturelle, outlines bird-ringing work in France.
Dr. PETER CROWCROFT , of the British Museum (Natural History), talks about his work on the common shrew T. J. PICKVANCE , of the University of Birmingham, gives the results to date of the Midland Mammal Survey, particularlv the new light thrown on the distribution of the Muntjac deer. (Recorded at Bristol during the recent conference of the Mammal Society of the British Isles)
Produced by Jeffery Boswall


Introduced By: Maxwell Knight
Unknown: Robert Spencer
Unknown: Dr. Peter Crowcroft
Unknown: T. J. Pickvance
Produced By: Jeffery Boswall

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