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by GEOFFREY TRISTRAM From the Colston Hall, Bristol


Unknown: Geoffrey Tristram


Consultation Match
South (White)
M. BLAINE, D. B. PRITCHARD v. Midlands (Black)
Annotations by LEONARD BARDEN r3r3/lp2k2p/nlppbppl/pln5/ 2P1PP2/1PN1N1P1/P2R2BP/ 5RK1
Position after Black's(21)..P-B3 Arranged by TERENCE TILLER


Unknown: Leonard Barden
Arranged By: Terence Tiller

: Starting Russian

A course of forty-one lessons
Lesson 26
For details see Tuesday at 6.40 For details of accompanying book and pronunciation disc


A monthly forum
From Stratford, Ontario, to Minneapolis: SIR TYRONE GUTHRIE talks to GRACE SHAW about the design and function of the Guthrie Theatre opened this month in Minneapolis
Costumes and Players: Doris LANGLEY Moore in conversation with MARGARET LANE on the role of the Museum of Costume now in the Assembly Rooms. Bath
The Art of Martha Graham, 3: by one of her chief dancers Robert COHAN in conversation with PEGGY HARPER , illustrated by gramophone records Introduced by CARL WILDMAN


Talks: Sir Tyrone Guthrie
Unknown: Doris Langley Moore
Unknown: Margaret Lane
Dancers: Robert Cohan
Unknown: Peggy Harper
Introduced By: Carl Wildman



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