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Consultation Match: London v. Manchester
A match game, of which a few moves are played every week.
Ilford Chess Club (London League Champions): J. B. Hawson, H. I. Woolverton, Dr. B. Sturgeon
Manchester Chess Club: J. Wolstenholme, Dr. B.H. Neumann, C.G. Hilton
Black (London)
Position after White's eighth move [DIAGRAM OF CHESS BOARD ON LISTING]
White (Manchester)
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International Team Tournament
A telephoned report from Munich.
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Master v. Listeners: Competition Game -
The Master: C. H. O'D Alexander
For The Listeners: C. Kottnauer
The first eleven moves:
(1) P-K4. P-Q3: (2) P-Q4, Kt-KB3; (3) Kt-QB3, P-KKt3: (4) B-K2, B-Kt2; (5) P-KR4. P-B4: (6) PxP. Q-R4; (7) B-Q2. QxBP: (8) P-R5. Castles: (9) Kt-R3, Kt-B3: (10) Kt-B4. Kt-Q5; (11) B-Q3, R-K1
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Find the Continuation
A competition series for listeners.
R.G. Wade sets position: No. 3 White to play [DIAGRAM OF CHESS BOARD ON LISTING]
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The Avro Tournament
Talk by P.S. Milner-Barry.

Contributors

Chess player:
J.B. Hawson
Chess player:
H.I. Woolverton
Chess player:
Dr. B. Sturgeon
Chess player:
J. Wolstenholme
Chess player:
Dr. B.H. Neumann
Chess player:
C.G. Hilton Black
Master (Chess player):
C.H. O'D Alexander
For the Listeners (Chess player):
C. Kottnauer
Competition position set by:
R.G. Wade
Speaker (The Avro Tournament):
P. S. Milner-Barry

The Manchester Repertory Theatre - Fifty Years Ago and Today
David Scase, director of the Library Theatre, Manchester, speaks of his aims and what he understands by the repertory tradition.
How did Miss Horniman herself envisage the movement she and Iden Payne initiated? How did she work with her actors? These matters are discussed with Val Gielgud by two members of her original company at the Gaiety in 1908: Sybil Thorndike and Lewis Casson.

Ondine
Mme. Tamara Karsavina, in conversation with Carl Wildman, recalls Jules Perrot's romantic ballet of the water-sprite which she danced in St. Petersburg. On October 27 Dame Margot Fonteyn is to take the name part in a new version at Covent Garden.
(Originally broadcast on April 1)

(BBC recordings)
Next edition of Theatre: Nov. 11

Contributors

Speaker (The Manchester Repertory Theatre):
David Scase
Panellist (The Manchester Repertory Theatre):
Val Gielgud
Panellist (The Manchester Repertory Theatre):
Sybil Thorndike
Panellist (The Manchester Repertory Theatre):
Lewis Casson
Interviewee (Ondine):
Tamara Karsavina
Interviewer (Ondine):
Carl Wildman

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