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September 27, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-27

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HAPPY NEtt • YEAR

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Ch60Cames, Art from DOver

William Steinitz r a t es
among the masters in chess.
His games, therefore, serve
as a guide for the players
who constantly seek new
guidelines for the sport.
"William Steinitz — Selec-
ted Chess Games," just is-
sued by Dover serves a val-
uable purpose for chess
players.
Edited by Charles Devide,
expanded with a new preface
by David Hooper, this vol-
ume is as much a textbook
as it is a definite book on
the subject.
The explanatory essays as
well as the games will be
viewed as especially meri-
torious for the chess players.
* * *
Among the notable Dover
publications newly issued is
the volume with the collect-
ed piano works by Scott Jop-
lin.
Rags, waltzes and
marches are included in this
work which appears over the
imprimatur of the New York
Public Library.
Not only the scores, the
impressive collection of mus-
ical creations, but also the
numerous artistic reproduc-
tions of covers for works by
Joplin and the numerous
ones with other distinguished
musicians.

Make and Throw Them by
Bernard S. Mason, a well
illustrated work to define the
sport.,
"Fun With String," by
Joseph Leeming, a volume
filled with suggestions for
thrilling games.
Constantine A. Belash's
"Braiding and Knotting,"
lists the techniques and pro-
jects for the art.
*
*
An especially interesting
Dover volume is a paper-
backed edition of a series
of famous mystery stories.
"Lady Audley's Secret" by
Mary Elizabeth Braddon. It
has been republished with a
new introduction by Norman
Donaldson. Already having
sold 1,000,000 copies, the new
paperback is due for another
spurt of popularity.

-

Olympia Hosts U.S.
Championship Bout

Dick the Bruiser and The
Sheik will settle the question
of the United States Heavy-
weight Wrestling Champion-
ship 8 p.m. Saturday at Olym-
pia Stadium.
A battle for the World's
Tag Team Championship
with Bobo Brazil and Tony
Marino facing Crazy Brooks
and Ben Justice will also be
featured. Tickets are avail-
New Dover paperbacks in- able at the Olympia box of-
clude:
fice, Grinnell's, Hudson's and
"Exotic Alphabets and Or- Sears. For information, call
naments" by William Rowe, Olympia, 895-7000.
a truly exotic work that will
fascinate students of lan-
The creative ability of some
guages and ornamentalists. people is too often limited to
"Boomer a ngs How to their nuisance value.

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