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World Championship Zonal Tournament
PETER CLARKE. ' reports from Ensched
Oxford: ADRIAN HOLLIS and JOHN FOOTNER (Black) o.
Cambridge: GEORGE SHELDRICK and IAN Smart (White) with annotations by LEONARD BARDEN
Position after Black's (8) B-N5 ... rnlqlrkl/ppplppbp/1n4pl/8/ 2PP2b1/2N2N2/PP2BPPP/ RIBQIRK1 Arranged by TERENCE TILLER
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Tape Records: a spokesman of one of the leading recording companies discusses the development of the tape record and current production methods. A director of a record club talks about their increasing popularity and the long-term prospects. JOHN GILBERT comments on the quality of tape records and reviews some recent issues.
Microphones at the BBC: R. S. C. GUNDRY talks about microphones used by the BBC and offers some guidance to amateurs
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