In the North
Introduced by T. P. Hally Brown
The Formartin and Buchan: A historical survey by Andrew O'Dell
Valve Gears: The second of two technical ' expositions by Peter Semmens
Sleeper to Moscow: Ian Waller describes his trip on the first through train from London to Moscow
Bowhouse Incline: John Emslie went on the first passenger train to ascend this incline in twenty-five years
T. P. Hally
Inter-City Par Contest
LIVERPOOL (E. L. Figgis , K. Barbour , Mrs. J. L. Richardson , L. G. Helm ) v. BIRMINGHAM (Mr. E. F. Briscoe and Mrs. E. F. Briscoe , Mrs. M. E. Pepper , F. C. Keates ) They play a hand of Par Contract in which points are given for bidding, lead, and play
Dealer, North: game all
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
Mrs. J. L.
Mr. E. F.
Mrs. E. F.
Mrs. M. E.
Curiosities of Chess
I-The Lost Combination: by Roger Western
The position to be discussed
White to move
Recent Chess Books
Two reviews by Dr. J. Bronowski
• • •
Points of Technique
26-Losing a Move (ii)
Gerald Abrahams discusses this position:
White to play and win
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