In the South
Preserving the Railways
Swiss Achievement: George Behrend on the Transport House at Lucerne British Efforts: Douglas Clarke talks to A. J. Boston, chairman of a panel advising the Transport Commission on the choice of relies tor preservation Voluntary Contribution: Richard Keen talks to members of the Festiniog Railway Society on a special train to Portmadoc last month
Inter-City Par Contest
Round 1: Heat 3
LEEDS (G. Fell. J. Bloomberg, Mrs. R. F. Corwen. Mrs. M. Oldroyd) v. Derby IX. J. Rees. E. White, H. N. D. Bailey, Dr. J. Macfartane)
They play a hand of Par Contract in which points are given for bidding, lead, and play"
Denier. East: love-all
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
The One and the Many
Analvtical comments on the Simultaneous Display by Svetozar Gligoric in January
Leonard Barden on Mattingly v. Gligoric
(Talk postponed from May 8)
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A Staunton Treble Chance
Talk by Frank Rhoden
Points of Technique
No. 25 — Concealed Dangers
Gerald Abrahams discusses this position
Black to move
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