Solutions

Monarch shifts position behind firing line. My vole.—B. M. Marshall.

No. 1009 by Bill Beers and B. M. Marshall 1 R(e)dl

Interesting cross-checks.—Dr. G. Dobbs.

Both threatening and defending: pieces are Black's for (he asking.—P. Rothenberg.

No. 1011 by r. Piasetzky l Se5

Neat unpinning to give check.—B. M. Marshall.

Original Section

LASZLO APRO EDWARD L. DEISS BURNEY M. MARSHALL

Miskolc, Hungary Covington, Kentucky Shreveport, La.

Mate in 2

Mate in 2

Mate in 2

Mate in 2

Mate in 2

No. 1062 BURNEY MARSHALL and BILL BEERS

No. 1065 ISADOR and MORRIS HOCHBERG Bronx, N. Y. Dedicated to P. L. Rothenberg

Mate in 2 Mate in. 2 Mate in 2

SOLUTIONS TO THESE PROBLEMS ARE DUE AUGUST 10th, 1938

No. 1064 HERBERT THORNE St. Petersburg, Florida

No. 1067 NELS NELSON Hopkins, Minn.

No. 1061 LASZLO APRO Miskolc, Hungary

Original Section (cont'd)

San Marino, Calif. Paris, France Hamilton, Ontario

Mare in 3

Mate in 4

No. 1070 No. 1073

San Francisco, Calif. Paris, France

C. S. KIPPING GEO- B. SPENCER G. GOELLER

Wednesbury, England St. Paul, Minn. Pasing Ob. Bayern, Germany

Mate in 3 Mate in 3 Mate in 5

SOLUTIONS TO THESE PROBLEMS ARE DUE AUGUST 10th, 1938

No. 1076 DR. G. DOBBS Carrollton, Ga. Dedicated to Otto Wu "

Quoted Section

No. 1084 J. F. TRACY London Times—1900

Mate in 3 Mate in 3 Mate in 3

( Original)

Ontario, Calif. Lasker's Chess Mag.—1903 British Chess Mag.—1895

Mate -in 3

Mate in 3

Mate in 3

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