AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION
1995
HISTORICAL BOOK



Compiled and Edited By
Craig R. Hutchinson
With Assistance From
Phil Straus, Barbara Calhoun, Terry Benson, Robert McCallister,
Roy Laird, Roger White, Chris Kirschner, George Chernowitz,
Alva Jenkins, Louise Ingram, and Dianne Cartledge

PUBLISHED BY
THE AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION

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The American Go Association 1995 Historical Book was compiled and edited by Craig Hutchinson with assistance from Phil Straus, Barbara Calhoun, Terry Benson, Robert McCallister, Roy Laird, Roger White, Kris Kirschner, George Chernowitz, Alva Jenkins, Louise Ingram, and Dianne Cartledge.


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DEDICATION



THE AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION


1995 HISTORICAL BOOK


is dedicated to


Joseph P Bowles


Ralph H Fox


Lee Foster Hartman


Edward Lasker


Lester & Elizabeth Morris


John MH Olmstead


Karl Davis Robinson


Arthur Smith


WD Witt


and to all the other past, present, and future Go Players








DISCLAIMER



To capture the history of Go in the United States requires the help of all involved in Go. Although I made every attempt to verify the accuracy of this document, I cannot assume any liability for errors or omissions in each version. I cannot be held liable for any loss or damage in connection with, or arising from, the furnishing or use of the materials in this manual. All information contained herein is subject to historical verification.



CONTENTS


Introduction


1.1The American Go Association - 60 Years


2.1AGA Historical Go-Stones


3.1AGA Historical Record of Tournaments


4.1AGA Historical Record Updates


5.1AGA Historical Record of Officers


6.1AGA Historical Notes

7.1AGA Historical American Go Bulletin, Journal, and Newsletter Contents Index


8.1AGA Historical American Go Bulletin, Journal, and Newsletter Item Index


9.1AGA Historical American Go Bulletin, Journal, and Newsletter Subject Index


10.1AGA Game and Fuseki Index


11.1AGA Historical Bibliography

12.1AGA Karl Davis Robinson Collection in the Princeton Gest Oriental Library


INTRODUCTION


The American Go Association Historical Book is designed to provide information about and a glimpse of the material contained in the AGA Library/Archive (AGALA), which is a historical record of the AGA and of the development of Go activities in the United States.


The information provided in this book was compiled and edited by Craig R. Hutchinson, who is the AGA Librarian/Archivist and Chairman of the Robinson Go Library Committee and who holds in trust the historical records and materials of the AGA. In 1974 Craig Hutchinson volunteered for and inherited the job of AGA Librarian/Archivist from Ralph Fox, with the approval of the AGA under John Stephenson. Craig is now allotting a regular portion of his time to being a more active AGA Librarian/Archivist.


With the passing away of Go players who have contributed to the development of Go in the US and abroad, served as officers of the AGA, accumulated AGA records and documents, and accumulated personal libraries of historical significance, the AGALA serves as a repository so that the material will not be lost.


The AGA Library/Archive presently contains:

a.The AGA correspondence of Ralph Fox, Robert High, Robert McCallister, Lester Morris, and Karl Davis Robinson. As a result the AGALA contains some of the correspondence of Lee Foster Hartman, WD Witt, JP Bowles, John Olmstead, Robert Ryder, and others. The Japanese literature portion of the Robinson Go Library is preserved in the Gest Oriental Library at Princeton University.

b.AGA Historical Picture Album (Photos from 1935 to 1995)

c.AGA Historical News Articles Album (News Articles from 1911-1995)

d.AGA Historical Souvenir Album (sales brochures for Go books and equipment from 1929 to 1995)

e.AGA Historical Publication Album of AGALA selections

f.The Go board and stones that were used to produce the American Go Journal Volumes 1-8

g.Karl Davis Robinson's Go board




In order to keep the above items accurate and up to date, it is requested that all members of the AGA provide the AGA Library/Archive with copies of newspaper articles, magazine articles, books, monographs, bibliographies, pictures, translations, flyers, equipment, etc that they would like to have preserved and access to on behalf of the AGA. Selected AGALA items will be made available at the Congress each year.


Plans for the future include a forum on the history of the AGA at each AGA Congress and to provide attendees access to selected AGALA items each year. Any AGA member is invited to visit the AGALA and use the AGALA and its storage facility for historical research.


The data and information contained herein is based on continuing research. It will take the help of the entire AGA to keep the AGA Librarian/Archivist accurate and not going "Ding-Go-Bats." This is another one of those AGA functions that is performed out of love for the game of Go and its devotees. At some point the trusteeship of the Library/Archive will be passed on to another like-minded Go player.



Craig Hutchinson, March 30, 2006


THE AMERICAN Go ASSOCIATION

60 YEARS


ACTIVITIES OF THE AGA


The American Go Association, founded in 1935, is the national organization of Go players in the United States. The AGA works to provide services that will increase players' enjoyment of the game and improve their strength. It cooperates with similar national organizations around the world to promote the game more widely. Toward these ends, the AGA:

Publishes the American Go Journal and American Go Newsletter.

Distributes an annual club list and membership list.

Sanctions and promotes AGA-rated tournaments.

Maintains a computerized rating system.

Organizes the US Go Congress and US Championship.

Selects US participants for international tournaments.

Schedules and organizes tours of professional players.

Works to develop a strong national network of clubs.

Promotes Go and develops projects to strengthen the US Go playing community.


Tournaments and Ratings


The AGA sponsors and helps to organize local, regional and national tournaments, providing equipment, prizes and organizational assistance as needed to our national network of local organizers. Hundreds of players participate in more than fifty annual tournaments. Results from AGA sponsored tournaments are entered into a computerized rating system, producing a nationally recognized rating for each participant which is regularly updated.


US Championship


Geography has historically made it difficult to hold a US national championship. From its start in 1960 through 1967 the US Championship was decided among East Coast players. In 1969, 1971 and 1973 it was still decided in the East, but in 1968, 1970, 1972 and annually from 1974 to 1976 the Champion was determined in a single game telephone match between Eastern and Western Contenders.


From 1977 to 1987, the winners of separate Eastern and Western Championship tournaments met in a face-to-face best of three match with the site alternating between East and West. In 1988 the first unified US Open Championship was held at the 4th US Go Congress. By 1994 well over 200 players competed in the US Open.


US Go Congress


The first US Go Congress was initiated in 1985 by Haskell Small. National Congresses have been held annually since then. For nine days each August, more than 200 players mingle with their peers, receive instruction from professional players, and participate in a variety of tournaments including the US Championship and qualifying tournaments for several international events.


International Amateur Tournaments


The American Go Association has been a member of the International Go Federation since the IGF's inception in 1983 and it actively participates in IGF activities. US players participate in all major international amateur tournaments, including the World Amateur Go Championship which has been held annually since 1979, and the World Youth Wei-ch'i Championship since 1984.


Starting in the late 80s a number of international tournaments were added. Significant sponsorship from the Fujitsu Corporation and the Ing Foundation has allowed us to develop two annual invitational tournaments. The IGF has added an International Women's Amateur Championship and Pair Go Championship to its calendar, and the Qualifying Tournaments for these events are welcome additions to the tournament calendar.


American Professionals


A number of US citizen professionals presently compete in international professional tournaments. Since 1988, the AGA has organized a national playoff for the Fujitsu Cup Championship. This playoff has seen heated competition between Michael Redmond, professional 7-dan of the Japan Go Association and Jimmy Cha, 4-dan of the Korean Go Association. James Kerwin, 1 dan (Japan), and Janice Kim, 1-dan (Korea), are also active competitors and popular teachers. These players have also competed in several invitational international professional tournaments.


A number of non-citizen professional players currently reside in the US and are popular Go teachers. Among the most active are Zhujiu (Jujo) Jiang, 9-dan, and Yi Lun Yang, 6-dan, both from China.


Professional Tours


The AGA has been very active in organizing and supporting tours to the US by professional players from Asia. Top professional players have toured a number of US cities in recent years, often in conjunction with visits to the US Go Congress. Numerous important professional tournament and friendship matches have been played on US soil by Japanese, Chinese and Korean professionals. Other less formal visits are often arranged.


HISTORY OF THE AGA


The first Go games played in the US probably took place among Chinese and Japanese immigrants to the West Coast in the late 19th century. Although many of these immigrants worked on the trans-continental railroad, and some Go players probably traveled East, it is thought that they played primarily among themselves.


Non-Asians discovered the game through early publications. Arthur Smith encountered the game on a tour of the East and wrote The Game Of Go, one of the first Occidental Go books, which was published in New York in 1908. By 1909, a small group was playing regularly in New York, including Harper's magazine editor, Lee Hartman, and Karl Davis Robinson. WD Witt began playing regularly in Philadelphia. In addition, Walter de Havilland (actress Olivia de Havilland's father) wrote a short book published in 1910 entitled ABC of Go, and he apparently was active in promoting the game on the west coast during the 10s and 20s. In 1911 Hartman and Robinson produced the first English translation of a Japanese Go book, Fuseki Tsuron by Heijiro Hirose. In 1914 Edward Lasker, who had learned of the game through an article in a German magazine on Asian culture, immigrated to the US from Germany and joined this group. Lasker had already established an international reputation as a chess authority. For that reason, when he wrote Go And Go-Moku in 1934, it found a fairly wide readership. A few hundred people across the country took up the game, many of them converting from chess, and the American Go movement was born.


The American Go Association held it's first organizational meeting in August 1934 with an executive committee composed of Robinson, Witt, Lasker, Frank Gittleson, and JH Vanderslice. In January 1935, Lasker, Robinson, Witt and others permanently organized the American Go Association with it's first constitution, and while strongly centered in New York, they worked to promote Go throughout the US. Go began to take root in Universities such as Princeton, Cambridge, and Pennsylvania, as well as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, California Institute of Technology, Bell Laboratories, and a few chess clubs. In other places where Go was played outside the universities (such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle), the playing population was mainly in Asian clubs. In 1936 The San Francisco Go Club became the first International Chapter of The Japan Go Association and was presented with a commemorative example of Honinbo Shusai's calligraphy to celebrate the occasion. World War II brought American Go activity to a halt. Anti-Japanese sentiment and the internment of the American- Japanese population isolated Go from the mainstream culture.


In the early 40s Karl Robinson and John Olmstead became entwined in trying to establish a rational set of Go Rules. They published A Rationalization of Go

in 1941 and The Structure of Go in 1945.


In 1949 the American Go Association announced its revival with the publication of the first English-language Go magazine, The American Go Journal, started by Robinson, George & Edith Chernowitz, and Lester & Elizabeth Morris. Between then and 1961, the AGA produced eight volumes of the only advanced instruction available in English at that time. Publication was suspended in 1955 when the Tokyo based Igo-Bunka-Kai began producing the Japanese Go Journal

and was resumed in 1957 under the leadership of Robert McCallister. The publication was again suspended in 1961 when the Japan Go Association started producing Go Monthly Review in English.


A small rule book, The Game of Go by Lester and Elizabeth Morris, was published by the AGA in 1951 and is still distributed with some Go sets sold in the U.S. More than 30,000 had been printed. Another major promoter of the game during the '50s was John Goodell of Minnesota who produced and distributed several thousand copies of a pamphlet The Game of Ki. In the early 60s Takao Matsuda of New York, many times US Champion, published a series of Matsuda Go Letters which contained high level English language instruction.


Robert McCallister took over as president in the late 50s, and by the mid 60s, membership was at an all-time high of 500, but during the Vietnam war era it dwindled to about 100 members. John Stephenson, Matthias Thim, and Masao Takabe took over the Association in 1974. They raised funds for AGA equipment, reestablished the club network, resumed publication of The American Go Journal, found advertisers, established a national rating system, and restarted tournament activity to feed the rating system. Terry Benson became the editor of The American Go Journal in 1976 and took over as President of the AGA in 1977. He held this post until 1989, tenaciously recruiting local and national organizers, and overseeing the creation and development of a unified national organization. Benson continues to serve as executive editor of The American Go Journal and works on long range projects for the AGA. Since 1984, The American Go Journal has been edited by Roy Laird.


1977 was a turning point for tournament play in the U.S. Japan Air Lines (JAL) began its sponsorship of the U.S. Championship. Terry Benson organized both the first Labor Day weekend Eastern U.S. Championship tournament (27 players) and the first Western Championship (46 players). He also introduced the use of the McMahon system (invented by an American McMahon, used by the AGA in previous years when it was introduced to the AGA by Robert McCallister and later modified by the Europeans) to the U.S. Championship tournaments. The two Championship winners,Shin Kang (Baltimore) and Kyung Kim (San Francisco), met in the first of the best-of-three, face-to-face final matches sponsored by JAL and organized by the AGA.


The main U.S. Championship tournament was played simultaneously in the East and West on Labor Day Weekend (the last summer weekend) from 1978 to 1984. The Eastern tournament was held in New York (organized by Terry Benson) and grew to 155 players. The Western tournament (alternating between San Francisco and Los Angeles) grew to 80 players. The size of the Championship tournaments and their connection to the selection of players for the World Amateur Championship which started in 1979 gave Go and the Association a successful publicity event.


In 1978, Dave Relson took over as Membership Secretary and Rating Coordinator and put the AGA's records on the computer. Bruce Wilcox began his Instant Go series in the Journal. Les Lanphear started his tenure as Western Vice President. Many individuals (including Don Wiener, Barbara Calhoun, and Roy Laird) began to help with the Journal and AGA work and Calhoun became treasurer in 1981. The Association membership zoomed to 700.


In the early 80's Roger White assumed the new position of Club Coordinator and in 1985 Bob High took over as Membership Secretary. Both worked tirelessly to improve the AGA's services to Go organizers and by the mid eighties the official roster of clubs topped 100. Almost half were official AGA chapters.


The AGA, in cooperation with White, established the American Go Foundation to accept tax-deductible contributions toward advancing the educational and cultural aspects of Go. One of the AGF's first projects was to support the publication in 1986 of the pamphlet The Way to Go by Karl Baker, which was designed to help promoters of Go introduce beginners to the concepts.


In 1985, Haskell Small, inspired by the European Go Congress, put together a team of organizers from the Baltimore-Washington area and ran the First U.S. Go Congress. The Congress has continued as an annual event, and has been instrumental in furthering unity among U.S. Go players. The first truly national AGA Governing Board meeting was held in 1986 at the Congress in Seattle. By 1987 a new constitution and bylaws were accepted that established the AGA's current organizational structure. In 1988, the first unified U.S. Open championship was held.


Barbara Calhoun, who has represented the AGA on the Board of Directors of the International Go Federation since 1985, followed Benson as President from 1989 to 1992. Calhoun concentrated her efforts on the rapidly developing international tournament area, and worked closely with Roy Laird and Bob High. High was elected President for the term starting in 1993 but was tragically killed in a white-water rafting accident in Chile, just eight days into his term. He was replaced by Phil Straus, who had chaired the Ratings Commission.


THE FUTURE



Straus has brought the AGA into the age of electronic communication, and much of its business is now conducted via e-mail. The computer age is upon us in many ways. The US Go Congress hosts a tournament for Go playing computer programs, and this is only one of many national and international computer Go events. A substantial prize has been established for the first program to reach master level, but today's strongest programs are years away from attaining this.


The phenomenon of the 90s is the Internet Go Server, where hundreds of thousands of Go games are played per year. Players across the globe or across town can disregard geography and engage in a game of Go via computer modem.


In the 61 years since its inception in 1934 the AGA has grown to nearly 1500 members. A wide variety of projects are underway to bring Go to the public's attention, and player education is a big priority. With 150 clubs, an annual schedule of more than fifty tournaments, a computerized rating system, and a cohesive national organization, the AGA and Go in the US are poised for an active future.


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This short summary of 60 years of AGA activities was originally compiled and edited in Mar 89 by Barbara Calhoun. It included contributions from Roy Laird, who helped compile the AGA history from the writings of Terry Benson, Robert McCallister and others; Terry Benson, who reviewed and commented on the history; and Bob High and Chen Dao Lin who provided editorial and other assistance. The history was updated by Calhoun in May 92 and Aug 94 and by Calhoun and Craig Hutchinson in May 95.



AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL GO-STONES

March 30, 2006

This list of AGA Historical Go-Stones was compiled by Craig R Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on AGA historical documents and AGA publications. See the AGA Go Bibliography for citations. Research is continuing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.

1935

The American Go Association was founded.

1936

The AGA published one issue of Go - A Bulletin Devoted to the Game of Go.

1937

The AGA Secretary JP Bowles published a list of American people known or believed to have been interested in Go.

1938

The AGA tried to get the Japanese to include a display of Go at the Worlds Fair in New York City.

1939

Fukuda, 5 Dan professional, toured the US after a tour in Germany.

1941

English and German pages were included in the Go magazine Igo Kurabu.

The AGA published The Rationalization of Go.

1946

The AGA published The Structure of Go.

1949

The AGA began publishing The American Go Journal.

The San Francisco Go Club became the first international chapter of the Nihon Kiin.

1960

The Nihon Kiin began publishing Go Review.

1961

Takeo Matsuda began publishing the Matsuda Go Letter.


1964

The AGA began publishing its first Newsletter.

The AGA participated in the First International Go Tournament sponsored by the Nihon Kiin in Japan.

1968

Ishi Press published its first book Modern Joseki and Fuseki Volume 1.

The US National East and West Coast Championships were established.

1974

The AGA began to republish The American Go Journal.

1977

Japan Airlines began sponsorship of the US Go Championships

1978

The Sabaki Go Company was formed.

1981

Jim Kerwin returned from Japan as a Professional Shodan.

1983

The International Go Federation was formed with the AGA an active member.

1984

The first Computer Go Tournament was held.

1985

The AGA held its first Go Congress coordinated by Ken Koester and Haskell Small.

AGA Special Interest Group formed for Computer Go.

1986

The AGA published The Way To Go, a phamplet by Karl Baker.

Tele-Tsuke was created. It was AGA sponsored computer program that provided a standardized communications protocol to allow two players with microcomputers and modems to play a game over telephone lines.

The American Go Foundation was formed by Roger White.



1988

The AGA began participating in the World Go Championship (the Fujitsu Cup).

1991

AGA became incorporated.

1993

Go arrived on the Internet.

1994

AGA received the first of three yearly $100,000 grants from the Taipei-based Ing Chang-ki Goe Foundation to help promote Go in the U.S.



AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL RECORD OF TOURNAMENTS

March 30, 2006

This AGA Historical Record of Tournaments was originally compiled by Barbara Calhoun from the American Go Journal, Ranka, and various international tournament bulletins. The history and statistics were updated by Calhoun in May 92 and Aug 94.


Research is ongoing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.


NATIONAL TOURNAMENTS

US OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

YEAR NAME (CITY STATE)

1959 Takao Matsuda (New York City NY, appointed)

1960 CS Shen (New York City NY)

1961 Shen (New York City NY)

1962 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1963 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1964 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1965 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1966 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1967 Matsutomo (Tokyo Japan)

1968 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1969 Young Kwon (New York City NY)

1970 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1971 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1972 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1973 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1974 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1975 Matsuda (New York City NY)

1976 Kyung Kim (San Francisco CA)

1977 Kim (San Francisco CA)

1978 Shin Kang (Baltimore MD)

1979 Kim (San Francisco CA)

1980 Kim (San Francisco CA)

1981 Charles Huh (Seattle WA)

1982 Zhong Tai Yan (Bakersfield CA)

1983 Gun Suk Han (New York City NY)

1984 Sang Mo Suh (Los Angeles CA)

1985 Ho Suk Yi (Los Angeles CA)

1986 Ji Young Yoo (New York City NY)

1987 Chuan Zhuan Yu (Los Angeles CA)

1988 Hong Soo Shin (San Francisco)

1989 Paul Hu (San Jose CA)

1990 Jung Ho Lim (Salt Lake City UT)

1991 Si Yeon Li (New York City NY)

1992 Woo Jin Kim (LA)

1993 John Lee (Chicago IL)

1994 Keun-Young Lee (Baltimore MD)


CONGRESS CHAMPIONSHIP

YEARLOCATIONNAME (CITY)

1985Washington DCThomas Hsiang (Rochester NY)

1986Seattle WAY Futakuchi (Tokyo Japan)

1987S Hadley MAK Ito (Tokyo Japan)

1988Berkeley CAPaul Hu (San Jose CA)

1989New Brunswick NJRon Snyder (Westfield NJ)

1990Denver COJin Yang (Pittsburgh PA)

1991Rochester NYRon Snyder (Westfield NJ)

1992-Tournament combined with US Championship

NORTH AMERICAN AMATEUR ING CUP

1991 Charles Huh (Seattle WA)

1992Dae Yol Kim (New Jersey)

1993 Charles Huh (Seattle WA)

1994 John Lee (Chicago IL)



INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR TOURNAMENTS

WORLD AMATEUR GO CHAMPIONSHIP

1979Shin Kang (Baltimore MD)

Kyung Kim (San Francisco CA)

Shigeo Matsuhara (Los Angeles CA)

1980Kyung Kim (San Francisco CA) 7th

Takao Matsuda (New York City NY)

Ned Phipps (San Francisco CA)

1981Ron Snyder (Westfield NJ) 7th

Hai Chow Chen (Seattle WA) 10th

1982Sidney Kobashigawa (San Francisco CA) 6th

1983Gun Ho Choi (Los Angeles CA)

1984Hong Soo Shin (San Francisco CA)

1985Charles Huh (Seattle WA) 5th

1986Ron Snyder (Westfield NJ)

1987Takao Matsuda (New York City NY)

1988Jung Ho Lim (Salt Lake City UT)

1989Hong Soo Shin (San Francisco)

1990Charles Huh (Seattle WA)

1991Joseph Wang (Jacksonville TX)

1992Joong Ki Kim (Battle Creek HI)

1993Woo Jin Kim (Los Angeles CA)

1994John Lee (Chicago IL)

WORLD WOMEN'S AMATEUR GO CHAMPIONSHIP

1989 Laura Yedwab (Berkeley CA)

1990 Judy Schwabe (Cleveland OH)

1991Joanne Phipps (Sonoma CA)

1992 Yong Wei Peng (New York City NY)

1993 n/a

1994Debbie Siemon (Atlanta, GA)

WORLD YOUTH WEI-CH'I CHAMPIONSHIP

1984 Janis Kim (Albuquerque NM)

1985 Janis Kim (Albuquerque NM) 2nd

1986 Tony Pa (Los Angeles CA) 15th

1987 Tony Pa (Los Angeles CA) 10th

Alan Chen (Los Angeles CA) 11th

1988David Mechner (New York NY)

Tony Pa (Los Angeles CA)

1989Lisa Chen (Los Angeles CA)

Irene Chen (Los Angeles CA)

1990Lisa Chen (Los Anglees CA)

Irene Chen (Los Angeles CA)

1991Daniel Haff (San Diego, CA)

1992 David Zeng (New Mexico)

Yuan Zhou (Maryland)

1993John Lee (Chicago IL)

1994

INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR PAIR GO CHAMPIONSHIP

1991 Zhi-li Peng (New York City NY)

Debbie Siemon (Atlanta GA)

1992Thomas Hsiang (Rochester NY)

Judy Schwabe (Cleveland OH)

1993 John Lee (Chicago IL)

Debbie Siemon (Atlanta GA)

1994 John Lee (Chicago IL)

Debbie Siemon (Atlanta GA)


INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL TOURNAMENTS

WORLD GO CHAMPIONSHIP (THE FUJITSU CUP)

The contender is selected in a Professional/Amateur Qualifying Tournament held in the US.

YEARNAME (CITY)

1988Jung Ho Lim (Salt Lake City UT)

1989Jimmy Cha (Los Angeles CA)

1990Jimmy Cha (Los Angeles CA)

1991 Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

1992 Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

1993 Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

1994Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

THE ING CUP (INVITATIONAL)

1988 Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

1992

DONG YANG SECURITIES CUP (INVITATIONAL)

1990 Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

1992 Jimmy Cha (Los Angeles CA)

1993 Michael Redmond (Tokyo Japan)

INTERNATIONAL

PROFESSIONAL/AMATEUR TOURNAMENTS

IBM LIGHTNING GO TOURNAMENT

1988 Thomas Tu (Los Angeles CA)

1989 Joseph Wang (Jacksonville TX)

1990 Jung Ho Lim (Salt Lake City UT)

(tournament discontinued)

THE ASIA-PACIFIC GOODWILL TOURNAMENT

(THE IWAKI CUP)

1988 Jeff Knox (San Francisco CA)

(tournament discontinued)


AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL RECORD UPDATES

March 30, 2006

This AGA Historical Record Updates was compiled by Craig R Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on AGA historical documents and AGA publications. See the AGA Go Bibliography for citations. Research is ongoing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.

1.The Go Player's Almanac (Ip92) page 17 second paragraph:

The paragraph beginning with "Among these are certain names which ..."

Should read "Among these are certain names which should be especially honored: Lee Foster Hartman, editor of Harper's Magazine and Karl Davis Robinson who published a five copy translation of Fuseki Tsuron. WD Witt who founded the Philadelphia Go Club in 1934. Dr. Edward Lasker, the chess master, who learned go in 1905 and wrote the still popular handbook Go and Go-Moku in 1934 with the assistance of Karl Davis Robinson, Lee Foster Hartman, and WD Witt. Edward Lasker was for decades one of the guiding spirits of the New York Go Club, which was formed by Edward Lasker, Lee F Hartman and Karl Davis Robinson in 1934. WD Witt, Karl D Robinson, Lee F Hartman, Edward Lasker, Frank Gittelson, JH Vanderslice, FO Sell and JP Bowles who founded the American Go Association in 1935. John Olmstead and Karl D Robinson for their publishing The Rationalization of Go (1941) and The Structure of Go (1946). Lester & Elizabeth Morris, George & Edith Chernowitz, and Karl D Robinson for beginning to publish The American Go Journal (1949). Capt. Erwin Fink, who ..."

2.Go World, No. 71, p15 second paragraph:

The sentence "The Rules Committee of the American Go Association initiated the movement by writing a book called The Structure of Go (1934)."

Should read "...by writing two books, The Rationalization of Go (1941) and The Structure of Go (1946)."

3.American Go Journal, Vol 10:1 p6. The photo caption should read:

"Karl Davis Robinson, Chairman of AGA Tournaments and Rules Committee, before the war."

4.American Go Journal, Vol 28:4, p3 fourth paragraph, second sentence:

"Robinson, whose papers are collected at the Gest Oriental Library of Princeton University, ..."

Should read: "Robinson, whose papers are collected at the AGA Library/Archive administered by Craig Hutchinson, AGA Librarian, ..."

5.The 10th World Amateur Go Championship (Ni88) page 135 third paragraph: "1910 - First English book on Go, The ABC of Go by Walter de Havilland."

Should read "1908 - First English book on Go, The Game of Go by Arthur Smith."


AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL RECORD OF OFFICERS

March 30, 2006

This AGA Historical Officer Record was compiled by Craig Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on AGA historical documents and AGA publications. Research is continuing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.

YEAR: 1935 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :1935 Flyer on The American Go Association, AGA Secretary's Report 01/27/1936

PRESIDENT :WD Witt

1VP  :Lee Foster Hartman

2VP  :Edward Lasker

SECRETARY :FO Sell

TREASURER :FO Sell

TOURNAMENTS :KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

EXECUTIVE CMT:Karl Davis Robinson, Edward Lasker, Frank Gittelson, JH Vanderslice

YEAR: 1936 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :News Release

PRESIDENT :Lee Foster Hartman

1VP  :Edward Lasker

2VP  :Kurt Rosenwald

SECRETARY :Fritz Kastilan

TREASURER :Fritz Kastilan

TOURNAMENTS:KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

YEAR: 1937 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 125

REFERENCE :Ltr JP Bowles-AGA Members 11/19/1937

PRESIDENT :Lee Foster Hartman

1VP  :Edward Lasker

2VP  :Kurt Rosenwald

SECRETARY :Fritz Kastilan

TREASURER :Joseph P. Bowles

TOURNAMENTS :KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

YEAR: 1938 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Edward Lasker

1VP  :Fritz Kastilan

2VP  :Kurt Rosenwald

SECRETARY :Veazey Cook

TREASURER :Alfred F Parrott

TOURNAMENTS :KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

PUBLICATIONS:LF Hartman-Chairman, Hunting Cairns, KD Robinson

YEAR: 1939 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :

1VP  :

2VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

TOURNAMENTS :KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

PUBLICATIONS :LF Hartman


YEAR: 1940 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Fritz Kastilan

1VP  :Kurt Rosenwald

2VP  :Borris J Kinsburg

SECRETARY :Karl D Robinson

TREASURER :AF Parrot

TOURNAMENTS :KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

PUBLICATIONS :LF Hartman

YEAR: 1941 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Kurt Rosenwald

1VP  :BJ Kinsburg

2VP  :VC Cook

SECRETARY :KD Robinson

TREASURER :AF Parrot

TOURNAMENTS :KD Robinson

RULES :KD Robinson

PUBLICATIONS:LF Hartman

YEAR: 1942 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :Rosenwald-KDR 02/20/1942, KDR-Rosenwald 02/24/1942

PRESIDENT :Boris J Kinsburg

1VP  :Veazey Cook

2VP  :L Bohenblust

SECRETARY :KD Robinson

TREASURER :Nicholas Saluzzi

TOURNAMENTS :Edward Lasker

RULES :John Olmstead

PUBLICATIONS:WD Witt

YEAR: 1943 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :KDR-JPB 01/19/1943, JPB-KDR 01/23/1943, JPB-KDR 2/16/1943

PRESIDENT :Veazey Cook

1VP  :L Bohnenblust

2VP  :Cyril Kaplan

SECRETARY :KD Robinson

TREASURER :Nicholas Saluzzi

TOURNAMENTS:John Olmstead

RULES :John Olmstead

PUBLICATIONS :

YEAR: 1944 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 36

REFERENCE :Cook-KDR 05/25/1944, Minutes of Annual Meeting

PRESIDENT :Edward Lasker

1VP  :Cyril Kaplan

2VP  :Fritz Kastilan

SECRETARY :Karl D Robinson

TREASURER :Veazey Cook

TOURNAMENTS :Kurt Rosenwald

RULES :John Olmstead

PUBLICATIONS:Karl D Robinson


YEAR: 1945 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :

1VP  :

2VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

TOURNAMENTS:

RULES :

PUBLICATIONS:Karl D Robinson

YEAR: 1946 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :

1VP  :

2VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

TOURNAMENTS:

RULES :

PUBLICATIONS:Karl D Robinson

YEAR: 1947 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :

1VP  :

2VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

TOURNAMENTS:

RULES :

PUBLICATIONS:Karl D Robinson

YEAR: 1948 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Boris John Kinsburg

1VP  :John Bowman

2VP  :Max Steinbook

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Jay Eliasberg

PUBLICATIONS:KD Robinson

AGJ STAFF :KD Robinson, Edith Chernowitz, George Chernowitz, Lester Morris

YEAR: 1949 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 1:1

PRESIDENT :Boris John Kinsburg

1VP  :John Bowman

2VP  :Max Steinbook

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Jay Eliasberg

PUBLICATIONS:KD Robinson

AGJ STAFF :KD Robinson, Edith Chernowitz, George Chernowitz, Lester Morris

YEAR: 1950 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 1:3

PRESIDENT :Boris John Kinsburg

1VP  :John Bowman

2VP  :Max Steinbook

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Jay Eliasberg

PUBLICATIONS:KD Robinson

AGJ STAFF :KD Robinson, Edith Chernowitz, George Chernowitz, Lester Morris


YEAR: 1951 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGA Letter Jan 1951; AGJ Vol 2:1,4

PRESIDENT :Boris John Kinsburg

1VP  :Max Steinbook

2VP  :Guthrie McClain

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Elizabeth Morris

PUBLICATIONS:KD Robinson

AGJ STAFF :KD Robinson, Edith Chernowitz, Lester Morris, Robert Gillooly

YEAR: 1952 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 3:1

PRESIDENT :Boris John Kinsburg

1VP  :Guthrie McClain

2VP  :Robert Gillooly

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Elizabeth Morris

PUBLICATIONS:KD Robinson

AGJ STAFF :KD Robinson, Lester Morris, Robert Gillooly

YEAR: 1953 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 150

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 4:1,2

PRESIDENT :Karl Davis Robinson

1VP  :Lester Morris

2VP  :Robert Gillooly

3VP  :Koshi Takashima

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Elizabeth Morris

PUBLICATIONS:Lester Morris

AGJ STAFF :Lester Morris, Lien-sheng Yang, Jack Schwartz, Elizabeth Morris

YEAR: 1954 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 5:3

PRESIDENT :Karl Davis Robinson

1VP  :Lester Morris

2VP  :Robert Gillooly

3VP  :Koshi Takashima

SECRETARY :Elizabeth Morris

TREASURER :Elizabeth Morris

PUBLICATIONS:Lester Morris

AGJ STAFF :Lester Morris, Lien-sheng Yang, Elizabeth Morris

YEAR: 1955 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :KDR-Shimada 10/07/1955

PRESIDENT :Karl Davis Robinson

1VP  :Lester Morris

2VP  :Robert Gillooly

3VP  :Koshi Takashima

SECRETARY :Walter McKibben

RECORDING SEC:John L Bauer

TREASURER :David M Good

PUBLICATIONS:Lester Morris

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Executive Committee: Ralph H. Fox, Robert Gillooly, Elizabeth E. Morris, Koshi Takashima. Consultants: Morris Cohon, Takao Matsuda, Lien-sheng Yang


YEAR: 1956 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:


REFERENCE :(KDR-Fox 07/02/1956)

PRESIDENT :Karl Davis Robinson

1VP  :Lester Morris

2VP  :Robert Gillooly

3VP  :Koshi Takashima

SECRETARY :John L Bauer

TREASURER :David M Good

PUBLICATIONS:Lester Morris

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Ralph H. Fox, Robert Gillooly, Elizabeth E. Morris, Koshi Takashima. Consultants: Morris Cohon, Takao Matsuda, Lien-sheng Yang

YEAR: 1957 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 6:1

PRESIDENT :Lester Morris

1VP  :William Labov

SECRETARY :Robert A McCallister

TREASURER :Frank Scalpone

PUBLICATIONS:Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AGJ STAFF :Robert McCallister, William Labov, Koshi Takashima, Takao Matsuda, Lester Morris, Clint Parmelee, Teresa Labov

YEAR: 1958 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGA Ltr 12/30/1957

PRESIDENT :Lester Morris

1VP  :William Labov

SECRETARY :Robert A McCallister

TREASURER :Frank Scalpone

PUBLICATIONS:Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Ralph H Fox, William F Loomis, Koshi Takashima

AGJ STAFF :Robert McCallister, William Labov, Koshi Takashima, Takao Matsuda, Lester Morris

YEAR: 1959 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 7:3

PRESIDENT :Lester Morris

1VP  :William Labov

SECRETARY :Robert A McCallister

TREASURER :Frank Scalpone

PUBLICATIONS:Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Ralph H. Fox, William F. Loomis, Koshi Takashima

AGJ STAFF :Robert McCallister, William Labov, Koshi Takashima, Takao Matsuda, Lester Morris

YEAR: 1960 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 160

REFERENCE :Labov-Morris 01/10/1960, AGA Minutes April 1960, Morris letter 02/05/1960

PRESIDENT :Lester Morris

1VP  :William D. Labov

SECRETARY :Robert M. Ryder

TREASURER :Frank Scalpone

RULES :B. Kane, M. Horiguchi, R. Ryder, K.D. Robinson

PUBLICATIONS:Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Ralph H. Fox, William F. Loomis, Koshi Takashima

AGJ STAFF :Robert McCallister, William Labov, Koshi Takashima, Takao Matsuda

YEAR: 1961 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 200+

REFERENCE :AGA Letter 03/18/1961

PRESIDENT :Robert McCallister

1VP  :Jay Eliasberg

SECRETARY :Robert M. Ryder


TREASURER :Frank Scalpone

RULES :T. Matsuda, R. Ryder, M. Horiguchi

PUBLICATIONS:Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Lester Morris, Koshi Takashima, William Loomis, Ralph Fox

AGJ STAFF :Robert McCallister, Koshi Takashima, Takao Matsuda

YEAR: 1962 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 338+

REFERENCE :McCallister-Goodell 09/23/1962

PRESIDENT :Robert McCallister/John Goodell

1VP  :Jay Eliasberg

SECRETARY :Robert M Ryder

TREASURER :Frank Scalpone

CORRESPONDENC:Ralph H. Fox

PUBLICATIONS:Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

EXECUTIVE CMT:Lester Morris, Koshi Takashima, William Loomis, Ralph Fox

AGJ STAFF :Robert McCallister, Koshi Takashima, Takao Matsuda

YEAR: 1963 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGA Ltr 08/04/1964

PRESIDENT :John Goodell

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Edward Andrelos

CORRESPONDENC:Irwin Mann

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

YEAR: 1964 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 231

REFERENCE :June 1964 Membership List; AGNL Vol 2:1-4; Minutes of AGA meeting 06/07/1964, 08/31/1964

PRESIDENT :John Goodell

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Edward Andrelos

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AG NEWSLETTER:John Goodell

YEAR: 1965 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 284

REFERENCE :AGA List Feb 65, AGA Ltr Aug 31, AGANL 11/??/1964, AGNL Vol 2:1-4

PRESIDENT :Paul Anderson

1VP  :Ralph Fox

SECRETARY :Jay Eliasberg

TREASURER :Hugh Thompson

MEMBERSHIP:Robert McCallister

TOURNAMENTS :Robert Ryder

RULES :Robert Ryder

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AG NEWSLETTER:John Goodell


YEAR: 1966 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGNL Vol 2:1-4

PRESIDENT :Paul Anderson

1VP  :Ralph Fox

SECRETARY :Jay Eliasberg

TREASURER :Hugh Thompson

MEMBERSHIP:Robert McCallister

TOURNAMENTS :Robert Ryder

RULES :Robert Ryder

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AG NEWSLETTER:John Goodell

YEAR: 1967 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGNL Vol 2:1-4

PRESIDENT :Walt McKibben

1VP  :Paul Anderson

SECRETARY :Jay Eliasberg

TREASURER :Hugh Thompson

TOURNAMENTS :Robert Ryder

RULES :Robert Ryder

RATINGS :Robert Ryder, Robert McCallister

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AG NEWSLETTER:Kurt Nassau

YEAR: 1968 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 211

REFERENCE :AGNL Vol 2:1-6; AGA Membership List

PRESIDENT :Walt McKibben

1VP  :Paul Anderson/RM Ryder

SECRETARY :Jay Eliasberg

TREASURER :Hugh Thompson

TOURNAMENTS :Robert Ryder

RULES :Robert Ryder

RATINGS :LE McMahon, Robert Ryder

TECH ADVISOR:Takao Matsuda

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AG NEWSLETTER:Kurt Nassau

YEAR: 1969 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGN Vol 3:1-2

PRESIDENT :Robert M Ryder

1VP  :Walt McKibben/RM Ryder

2VP  :S Gartenhaus

3VP  :R Dolen

SECRETARY :Jay Eliasberg

TREASURER :Hugh Thompson

CORRESPONDENC:Paul Anderson

RATINGS :LE McMahon

TECH ADVISOR:Takao Matsuda

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

AG NEWSLETTER:Kurt Nassau

YEAR: 1970 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Robert M Ryder

1VP  :Walt McKibben

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

MEMBERSHIP:

RATINGS :

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

YEAR: 1971 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Robert M Ryder

1VP  :Walt McKibben

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

MEMBERSHIP:

RATINGS :

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox


YEAR: 1972 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE:

PRESIDENT :Robert M Ryder

1VP  :Walt McKibben

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

MEMBERSHIP:

RATINGS :

AGA LIBRARIAN:Ralph H. Fox

YEAR: 1973 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGN, Terry Benson

PRESIDENT :Robert Ryder/John Stevenson

1VP  :Walt McKibben

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :

RATINGS :

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

YEAR: 1974 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 9:1, Terry Benson

PRESIDENT :John Stevenson

1VP  :Masao Takabe

W COAST COOR:Peter Gilder

SECRETARY :Matthias Thim

TREASURER :Matthias Thim

RATINGS :Art O'Leary

PUBLICATIONS:John Stevenson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

AGJ STAFF :John Stevenson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi

YEAR: 1975 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :Terry Benson

PRESIDENT :John Stevenson

1VP  :Masao Takabe

SECRETARY :Matthias Thim

TREASURER :Matthias Thim

PUBLICATIONS:John Stevenson

RATINGS :Art O'Leary

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :John Stevenson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi, Terry Benson

YEAR: 1976 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 11:1, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :John Stevenson

1VP  :Masao Takabe

SECRETARY :Matthias Thim/ Larry Brauner

TREASURER :Matthias Thim

TOURNAMENTS :Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

PUBLICATIONS:John Stevenson

RATINGS :Dave Relson

CONSTITUTION:Eben Breed

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :John Stevenson, Terry Benson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher


YEAR: 1977 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ Vol 12:3-4, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :Eben Breed

RECORDING SEC:Helen Cayne

TREASURER :Matthias Thim

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Eben Breed

RATINGS :Dave Relson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher, Bill Spight, Don Wiener, Dave Relson, Bruce Wilcox

YEAR: 1978 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

RECORDING SEC:Helen Cayne

TREASURER :Matthias Thim

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Eben Breed

RATINGS :Dave Relson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :John Stevenson, Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Bruce Wilcox, Milton Bradley, Dave Relson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher, Barbara Calhoun, Vincent Falci, Chaim Frenkel

YEAR: 1979 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Dave Relson

RATINGS :Dave Relson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Bruce Wilcox, Milton Bradley, Dave Relson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher, Barbara Calhoun, Vincent Falci, Chaim Frenkel, Young Kwon, Robert Myers, Dennis Waggoner

YEAR: 1980 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Dave Relson

RATINGS :Dave Relson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Dave Relson, Masao Takabe, Matthias Thim, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher, Barbara Calhoun, Vincent Falci, Robert Myers, Bruce Wilcox (See AGJ Vol 15:5/6 for a general review of 1974-1980 AGJ Staff and Contributors)

YEAR: 1981 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Dave Relson

RATINGS :Dave Relson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Barbara Calhoun, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, David Relson, Masao Takabe, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher, Bob Terry, Jerry Pinto, Roger Newlander, Roy Bogas, Ken Koester, Dennis Waggoner, Peter Shotwell, Tibor Bognar, Phillippe Varda, Vincent Falci

YEAR: 1982 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Dave Relson

RATINGS :Dave Relson

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Babara Calhoun, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Dave Relson, Masao Takabe, Tako Onishi, Robert Rusher, Bob Terry, S Kobashigawa, C Kirby, Roger Newlander, R Bogas, Ken Koester, Dennis Waggoner, Peter Shotwell, Tibor Bognar, Phillippe Varda, J Reiber, Haskell Small, Roger White, D Irwin, S Rodes, J Goon, V Falci

YEAR: 1983 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

RULES :Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Dave Relson

TOURNAMENTS:Ken Koester

RATINGS :Dave Relson

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Dave Relson, Masao Takabe, Robert Rusher, Bob Terry, Ken Koester, Haskell Small, D Irwin, Les Lanphear, KMK, B Bernstein, Joe Walters, Stoney Ballard, Ron Snyder, Vincent Falci

YEAR: 1984 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP  :

SECRETARY :

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

MEMBERSHIP:Dave Relson

TOURNAMENTS:Ken Koester

RATINGS :Dave Relson

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV CMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Dave Relson, Masao Takabe, Robert Rusher, Bob Terry, Ken Koester, Haskell Small, D Irwin, Les Lanphear, KMK, B Bernstein, Joe Walters, Stoney Ballard, Ron Snyder, Peter Shotwell, Terry Assael, R Muncie, T Wall, W Evans, Barbara Calhoun, Vincent Falci

YEAR: 1985 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP/EASTERN :Masao Takabe

3VP/WESTERN :Les Lanphear

MEMBER SEC:Chen Dao Lin, Bob High

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

CORRESPONDENC:Peter Shotwell

RULES :Terry Benson

RATINGS :Dave Relson

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Ken Koester and Haskell Small

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

REGIONAL :North CA-Jeff Knox, South CA-Joe Walters, New England-Don Wiener

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Don Wiener, Dave Relson, Robert Rusher, Les Lanphear, Stoney Ballard, Peter Shotwell, Terry Assael, R Muncie, T Wall, R Simon, J Chetrit, C Lin, T Rice, M Stern, Haskell Small, Vincent Falci, E Rosenthal, S Liss, A Lewis, A Abramson

YEAR: 1986 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP/EASTERN :Masao Takabe

3VP/WESTERN :Les Lanphear

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

YOUTH COORD :Chen Dao Lin

CLUB COORD:Roger White

CORRESPONDENC:Peter Shotwell

CONSTITUTION:Roger White

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Chris Kirschner

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus


RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA :Dave Relson

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

REGIONAL :North CA-Jeff Knox, South CA-Joe Walters, New England-Don Wiener

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Peter Shotwell, Don Wiener, Bob High, Terry Assael, Vincent Falci, P Redmond, E Ream, T Gallagher, J Chetrit, Barbara Calhoun, D Cornell, B White, W Evans, J Bates, O Smith, Les Lanphear, Y Cho

YEAR: 1987 AGA MEMBERSHIPS: 1004

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP/EASTERN :Masao Takabe

3VP/WESTERN :Les Lanphear

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

YOUTH COORD :Chen Dao Lin

CLUB COORD:Roger White

CORRESPONDENC:Peter Shotwell

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Bill Saltman

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

CONSTITUTION:Roger White

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Dave Relson

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Cynthia Fox

REGIONAL :North CA-Jeff Knox, South CA-Joe Walters, New England-Don Wiener

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Peter Shotwell, Don Wiener, Bob High, Terry Assael, Chen Dao Lin, Vincent Falci, Wynne Evans, Terry Gallagher, Barbara Calhoun, Phil Straus, Richard Simon, Haskell Small, Michael Keene, Richard Simon, Richard Maher, W Buckley

YEAR: 1988 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Terry Benson

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Roger White

3VP/WESTERN :Ned Phipps

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Barbara Calhoun & Katherine Wolfthal

RECORDING SEC:Bob Mendenhall & Les Lanphear

AGA ADMIN ASST:Brad Klein

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

YOUTH COORD :Chen Dao Lin

CLUB COORD:Roger White

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Ned Phipps

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

CONSTITUTION:Roger White

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Laurie Sweeney

IGF DIRECTOR:Les Lanphear & Barbara Calhoun

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Terry Benson

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Joe Walters, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Bill Skees & Ben Bernstein, FL-Joel Sanet

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Don Wiener, Bob High, Terry Assael, Wynne Evans, Vincent Falci, Richard Simon, W Buckley, Michael Keene, Brad Klein, Gail Force

YEAR: 1989 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Barbara Calhoun

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Roger White

3VP/WESTERN :Ned Phipps & Ernest Brown

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Katherine Wolfthal

RECORDING SEC:Les Lanphear

AGA ADMIN ASST:Brad Klein

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

YOUTH COORD :Chen Dao Lin

CLUB COORD:Roger White

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Paul Mathews & Rick Mott

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Laurie Sweeney

EDUCATION :Ernest Brown

IGF DIRECTOR:Barbara Calhoun

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Roy Laird/Jean-Claude Chetrit

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Joe Walters, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Ben Bernstein, FL-Joel Sanet, PA-Phil Straus, NY/NJ-Chen-dao Lin, TX-Wendell Chen

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Bob High, Terry Assael, Wynne Evans, Vincent Falci, Gail Force, J Chetrit, W Buckley, Brad Klein

YEAR: 1990 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Barbara Calhoun

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Roger White

3VP/WESTERN :Ernest Brown

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Mike Ryan

RECORDING SEC:Hal Womack

AGA ADMIN ASST:Brad Klein

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Ulo Tamm & Stuart Horowitz

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Laurie Sweeney

EDUCATION :Ernest Brown

IGF DIRECTOR:Barbara Calhoun

RULES :Terry Benson


AG NEWSLETTER:Roy Laird/Jean-Claude Chetrit

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Ray Tayek, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Ben Bernstein, FL-Joel Sanet, PA-Phil Straus, NY/NJ Chen-dao Lin, TX Wendell Chen

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Bob High, Terry Assael, Wynne Evans, Vincent Falci, J Chetrit, George Tylutki

YEAR: 1991 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Barbara Calhoun

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Roger White

3VP/WESTERN :Ernest Brown

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Katherine Wolfthal

RECORDING SEC:Hal Womack

AGA ADMIN ASST:Brad Klein

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

IGF Director :Les Lanphear

USGC DIRECTOR:Dave Weimer

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Laurie Sweeney

EDUCATION :Ernest Brown

IGF DIRECTOR:Barbara Calhoun

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Roy Laird

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Ray Tayek, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Ben Bernstein, FL-Joel Sanet, PA-Phil Straus, NY/NJ-Chen-dao Lin, TX-Wendell Chen

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Bob High, Terry Assael, Wynne Evans, Vincent Falci, George Tylutki, Katherine Wolfthal

YEAR: 1992 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Barbara Calhoun

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Roger White

3VP/WESTERN :Ernest Brown

MEMBER SEC:Bob High

TREASURER :Michael Simon

RECORDING SEC:Larry Gross

AGA ADMIN ASST:Jim Merkin

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Sam Zimmerman

EDUCATION :Ted Kaiser

IGF DIRECTOR:Barbara Calhoun

ISGC DIRECTOR:Jean DeMaitte

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Chris Garlock

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Lawrence Gross, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Ben Bernstein & Haskell Small, FL-Joel Sanet, NY/NJ-Chen-dao Lin, TX-Wendell Chen

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Bob High, Vincent Falci, Jim Merkin, Barbara Calhoun, Janice Kim, Phil Straus, Bob Terry, Wynne Evans, Larry Fish, J Chetrit, Michael Simon

YEAR: 1993 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Bob High, Barbara Calhoun (pro temp), Phil Straus

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Roger White

3VP/WESTERN :Ernest Brown

MEMBER SEC:Chris Garlock

MEMBER DATA:Sam Zimmerman

TREASURER :Michael Simon

RECORDING SEC:Larry Gross

AGA ADMIN ASST:Mary Laird

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

RATINGS COMM:Phil Straus

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Sam Zimmerman

EDUCATION :Peter Schumer

IGF DIRECTOR:Barbara Calhoun

USGC DIRECTOR:Micah Feldman, Bill Saltman, Dan Hewins, & Bob McGuigan

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Chris Garlock

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Lawrence Gross, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Haskell Small, FL-Joel Sanet, PA-Phil Straus, NY/NJ-Chen-dao Lin, TX-Wendell Chen

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Vincent Falci, Janice Kim, Phil Straus, Wynne Evans, Larry Fish, J Chetrit, Michael Simon, Don Wiener, Wanda Metcalf, Phil Saltman

YEAR: 1994 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Phil Straus

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Clay Smith

3VP/WESTERN :Larry Gross

MEMBER SEC:Chris Garlock

MEMBER DATA:Sam Zimmerman

TREASURER :Michael Simon

RECORDING SEC:Larry Gross

AGA ADMIN ASST:Mary Laird

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

YOUTH COORD:None Redmond

TOURNAMENTS :Ken Koester

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews


RATINGS DATA:Sam Zimmerman

EDUCATION :None Redmond

IGF DIRECTOR:Barbara Calhoun

USGC DIRECTOR:Ken Koester & Haskell Small

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Chris Garlock

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Brian McDonald, South CA-Lawrence Gross, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Haskell Small, FL-Joel Sanet, NY/NJ-Chen-dao Lin

AGJ STAFF :Terry Benson, Roy Laird, Michael Simon, Wynne Evans, Vincent Falci, Don Wiener, Janice Kim

YEAR: 1995 AGA MEMBERSHIPS:

REFERENCE :AGJ, Terry Benson, Roy Laird

PRESIDENT :Phil Straus

1VP/EASTERN :Chen-dao Lin

2VP/CENTRAL :Clay Smith

3VP/WESTERN :Gun Ho (Gary) Choi

MEMBER SEC:Evan Behre

MEMBER DATA:Sam Zimmerman

TREASURER :Polly Muhm Pohl

RECORDING SEC:Larry Gross

AGA ADMIN ASST:Mary Laird

PUBLICATIONS:Roy Laird

CLUB COORD:Roger White

TOURNAMENTS :Clay Smith

RATINGS STATS:Paul Matthews

RATINGS DATA:Sam Zimmerman

EDUCATION :Peter Schumer

IGF DIRECTOR:Clay Smith

RULES :Terry Benson

AG NEWSLETTER:Chris Garlock

AGA LIBRARIAN:Craig Hutchinson

RGL ADV COMMT:Craig Hutchinson, George Chernowitz, Robert McCallister

REGIONAL :North CA-Anton Dovydaitis, South CA-Lawrence Gross, New England-Don Wiener, Pacific Northwest-Chris Kirschner, Mountain States-Bob Mendenhall, VA/MD-Haskell Small, FL-Joel Sanet, NY/NJ-Chen-dao Lin

AGJ STAFF :Roy Laird, Terry Benson, Wynne Evans, Vincent Falci


AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL NOTES

March 30, 2006

These AGA Historical Notes were compiled by Craig R Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on AGA historical documents and AGA publications. See the AGA Go Bibliography for citations. Research is continuing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.

CITATIONS BY YEAR

Reference, if given, is at the beginning in parenthesis. For example (KDR-JPB 01/01/1936) refers to a letter sent from KDR to JPB. (Am49) refers to a listing in the AGA Historical Bibliography generally giving the first two letters of author's last name or title plus the year.

Initials used for common reference and correspondence are: AGA - American Go Association, AGJ - American Go Journal, CRH - CR Hutchinson, EL - Edward Lasker, JMHO - John MH Olmstead, JPB - Joseph P Bowles, KDR - Karl Davis Robinson, LFH - Lee Foster Hartman, WDW - WD Witt.

Citations are sorted chronologically, first by those without a given reference, and then by date of citation reference if the date is not known.

1907

1.Edward Lasker (an Electrical Engineer) learned the game of Go from O. Korschelt's book Das Japanisch-Chinesische Spiel 'Go' (Ko80) and from playing Japanese fellow students at the University of Berlin.

1908

1.To Arthur Smith goes the credit for the first introduction of Go in the US. After residence in Japan and assistance by Mokichi Nakamura, he published The Game of Go (Sm08), edition 500. "This work was well designed to arouse American interest in the romantic historical background of Go and to inculcate the beginning Go player so effectively that in a medium of fellow Go players, enriched by an occasional Japanese player, he has but slight chance of recovery." The book was published at Smith's expense. The plates were stored in a barn in NJ & abandoned when the family moved. A. Smith, New York Attorney, died in 1929. His surviving son was not a serious player. (WDW 8/5/1936) Errors in The Game of Go are noted by WDW. (WDW-KDR 3/11/1940) William Gongdon Wood made many kind suggestions in the preparation of the book.

2.Edward Lasker showed the game of Go to Emmanuel Lasker (World Chess Champion) whereupon Emmanuel preferred to play Go instead of Chess. Edward Lasker taught the game to many people in Berlin which helped spread the seeds for an interest wide enough to result in a monthly Go magazine, the Go Zeitung.


1909

1.The first three documented Caucasian Americans to play Go as of 1909 were Lee Foster Hartman (LFH), Karl Davis Robinson (KDR), and WD Witt (WDW).

2.After KDR came upon Arthur Smith's book he became part of a small group of Go players which included Lee Foster Hartman, Editor of Harper's Magazine, and Edward Lasker. Everyone was a disciple of Arthur Smith with the exception of Lasker, who had discovered the game via Korschelt in Germany.

1910

1.W.A. de Havilland (father of actress Olivia de Havilland) published The ABC of Go, The National War Game of Japan (Ha10). He commented that "The trouble lies in the difference of mentality of Japanese compared with Foreigners. A Japanese finds it quite restful to use his brains in a different direction from that of his work; the foreigner prefers to relax by pushing a ball up a slope and seeing where it settles."

1911

1.LFH and KDR edited and produced in typewritten form a translation by Mokichi Nakamura (who helped Arthur Smith with his book) of Fuseki Tsuron (Hi11), by Heijiro Hirose. Initially 5 copies were made with distribution: #1 Hartman, #2 Robinson, #3 Smith, #4 Nakamura and #5 loaned to Marshall. Edward Lasker made copies in 1923 but did not include the diagrams.

1912

1.(Wi35.3 05/07/1935) WDW conducted the first Caucasian Go tournament in Philadelphia, PA.

1914

1.Master chess players played Go between chess games at international tournaments. WDW gave Frank J. Marshall, the noted Chess champion 9 stones and won every game.

2.(WDW-KDR 03/01/1933) WDW first learned Go from Arthur Smith's Book when it came out in 1908. He continued to play and teach others. WDW gained more insight into the game when Mr. Onaga joined the Philadelphia Chess Club to learn chess and also played Go with WDW and his disciples.

1929

1.(WDW 01/15/1934) In the fall of 1929, a board of cardboard with 17 lines and a set of small wooden men was available for $1 or $1.50 under the Chinese name Wei-Chi.

1930

1.Comments on Snip Go (Ru30.2) (Distributed in a package of cigarettes): Ruger wrote to Witt "... that a cigarette company, in Austria is now enclosing with each package one Go stone, and one page from a little Go-booklet which he has written." Witt wrote to KDR "... there are 20 pages, and when one has gotten them all he has an attractive booklet explaining Go, printed in blue, red, yellow, and green. The company also, for a small sum, sells a board, probably of paper. The game is called Snip Go-Spiel, the name Snip evidently being given to the character which appears in other series issued with cigarettes, such as foot-ball, tennis, etc. The last page of the booklet gives his address, as the editor of the German Go-Zeitung and author of other books on the game."

1931

1.(Wi31) Witt bibliography note on Japanese Chess, The Science and Art of War or Struggle, Chinese Chess and I-Go (Yo05) "Two issues in common circulation. One bound in smooth green cloth, with white lettering. The frontispiece portrait of the author is a bust only on poor paper and on the back of the title page is given the name of the printer, MA Donohue & Company. The frontispiece portrait is full-length, the author appears in Japanese dress. The United States Catalogue of books in print, 1-1-1912, states also that the work was issued in leather at $6. Rumored the author was heartbroken over the fact that not even a single copy of the book had ever been purchased."

1932

1.Robert Waida moved to Japan and was KDRs point of contact for books, information, etc. Times were difficult due to the depression both in US and Japan. He arranged for Paul Cate to obtain books for KDR.

2.(Perkins 01/26/1934) Go languished with KDR until 1932 when KDR ran into Edward Lasker at Lee Chumley's Restaurant.

1933

1.KDR resided at 16 Grove Street, New York City.

2.Paul Cate began procuring Go books in Japan for KDR.

3.Philip Harding Cate (brother of Paul Cate) also obtained books for KDR and did some translation for KDR while residing in Tokyo.

4.KDR received copies of Suzukie's Go Dictionary via Paul Cate in Japan.

5.KDR worked in the field of photography. He had dreams of publishing books on Go to include Joseki and Fuseki classifications as well as games. In his attempts to write a book on Go, he was trying to develop an economical way of producing Go diagrams.

6.KDR developed a quadrant notation in 1911. KDR spent considerable time refining the quadrant notation in 1933 for use in his proposed book. The quadrant notation was to allow for symmetry in cataloging Joseki and Fuseki positions.

7.(WDW 01/15/1934) Marshall Field & Co. in Chicago produced a Go game with a 19 line board made out of cardboard and a small case of stones for $7.50. The game included Aoge Slomann's booklet The Game of Go (Sl31) published by Milton Bradley. Marshall Field & Co. sold the game for $3.50 in order to get rid of it in the summer of 1933.


8.(Wi35.3 05/07/1935) In February WDW met LF Hartman and LFH gave WDW KDR's phone number. KDR began correspondence with WD Witt and helped WD Witt obtain books from Japan via Waida and Cate. At this time WDW also met Fritz Kastilan and introduced KDR to F Kastilan.

9.(Wi35.3 05/07/1935) On 06/10/1933 the Philadelphia Go Club was officially organized with WD Witt elected president. The club had been playing unofficially for four and half years.

10.(WDW 06/14/1933) KDR suggested the formation of the American Go Association in letter to WDW, June 14, 1933.

11.(Wi35.3 05/07/1935) Go was initiated at Princeton University by JL Vanderslice from Philadelphia, who first learned the game in 1933 from a small pamphlet written in 1882 by Shurig (SC82).

12.(Ryder-Horiguchi 12/03/1958) The beginning of the Bell Laboratories Go Club. Macy's department store held a hobby show in which Go was exhibited. Bell Laboratories was working four days a week during the depression and Kenneth D Smith, a Bell Laboratories engineer, went to the hobby show and found a Japanese gentlemen sitting by himself with a Go board in front of him. The gentlemen explained the game to KD Smith, and KD Smith took the game back to Bell Laboratories and showed it to some of the other engineers. A small group formed which continued playing through the years.

1934

1.(Memorandum on the writing of a book on Go by KDR) KDR outlined his proposed book on the Strategy and Tactics of Go. KDR was planning to write a book based on the translation of Hirose's Fuseki Tsuron (Hi11), and Edward Lasker was planning to write a book based on Korschelt (Ko80) and the Hirose translation (HI11). There was a rivalry between KDR and E. Lasker about who would be the first one to publish a book. Lasker was to publish an elementary book and KDR was to publish a more elaborate one. Lasker's aim was to promote Go on a 13x13 board, of which KDR was not in favor. KDR then postponed plans to write his own book in order to provide consultation on Edward Lasker's book. KDR worked as a consultant to Edward Lasker to promote Go with the production of Go sets and Lasker's book. KDR produced the negatives and prints for Lasker's book. What KDR intended to develop an economical method for producing Go diagrams which could be used for the production of his own book.

2.KDR and WD Witt exchanged reproductions of the Go literature in their libraries in 1934 via photo reproduction by KDR. The location of the reproduction is not known.

3.WDW introduced Fritz Kastilan to KDR. Kastilan learned to play Go in Germany and played with Emmanuel Lasker, Felix Dueball (the German Go champion), and Bruno Ruger (editor of the German Gozeitung). WD Witt was in contact with Bruno Ruger, and they communicated via Esperanto.

4.WDW gave KDR a copy of Ruger's Das Go-Spiel (Ru20) and Das Vorgabespiel Beim Go (Ru29). WDW received a copy of Fuseki Tsuron (Hi11) from KDR.

5.The NY Go group, lead by LF Hartman, made their own translation of Ruger's Vorgaspiel Beim Go.

6.WDW worked steadfastly for the advancement of American Go since 1909. His disciples included: Irwin Stein of Los Angeles CA, Mr. Herr of Philadelphia, PA, and George Kern of Manchester England chess club.

7.WDW indicated he might write a book to help the beginner titled How to Play Go or The Elements of Go. The book was never written.

8.(Wi35.3) Since WDW organized the first Caucasian Go club and Go tournaments in the US, suggested the organization of the AGA, and taught more people to play Go, it can be said he had done more than any one else to spread Go in the US since Arthur Smith up to August 1934.

9.Researcher's note: There was a KDR-WDW-EL triangle over book publishing and historical popularity. Edward Lasker was a player and book writer; WD Witt was a player, researcher, bibliophile, and monograph writer; KD Robinson was a player, Go book collector, and pseudo book writer.

10.KDR was chairman of the American Go Association organizing committee.

11.WDW prepared the first draft of the AGA constitution and bylaws (June 20, 1934), and JP Bowles prepared a second draft dated July 2, 1934 based on WDWs.

12.(WDW-KDR Correspondence 1934) WDW's proposal for the Officers & Directors of the AGA:

a.President: WD Witt - Philadelphia

b.1VP: LF Hartman - New York City

c.2VP: Edward Lasker - Chicago

d.Secretary & Treasurer: Francis Sell - Philadelphia

e.Tournaments & Rules: KD Robinson - New York City

f.Director: Frank Gittelson - Baltimore

g.Director: JH Vanderslice - Princeton

13.WDW's proposal for the AGA Executive Committee: Chairman KD Robinson - New York City, WD Witt - Philadelphia, Edward Lasker - New York, Frank Gittelson - Baltimore, JH Vanderslice - Princeton.

14.JP Bowles, who demonstrated that the way to learn Go is to play Go, prepared a draft AGA Prospectus.

15.(Chernowitz-CRH 03/30/95) Parker Brothers marketed a Go game set during the fall of 1934. The Parker Brothers' Go set was neatly packaged in a cardboard box with folding board. It was a total "nonsuccess" in marketing and the New York University Chess Club purchased about 10 sets at a $1.50 each.

16.(Chernowitz-CRH 03/30/95) Go flourished in the New York University (Washington Square) Go Club during the time frame 1934-1936.


17.During 1934-1935 Go was regularly played at Lee Chumley's Restaurant. A visitor could readily borrow a set of Go stones and find someone with whom to play.

18.Edward Lasker proposed a game on a 13 x 13 line board via cable between the U.S. and Japan for popularizing Go in the U.S. The game was side tracked as a result of a letter from Lasker to the Honinbo because the Honinbo took the position that the first move on a 13x13 wins.

19.(WDW 8/4/1934) An article enitled Go which appeared in "American Magazine" (Am34) brought inquiries from nearly every state in the country. In response to the article, WDW sent a letter to the editor stating that Edward Lasker was not the American Go Champion, that he did not discover Go, and that he was not the first one to suggest playing it on a smaller board. Perry Flegel sent a letter to the editor stating the picture was a set up and that Lasker was not a champion. The stranger mentioned in the article is a cousin of WDW, Karl M Dallenbach, who was probably WDW's first pupil in 1908, shortly after learning the game from Arthur Smith's Book. Dallenbach became a professor at Cornell. From 1909 to 1915 he played with Japanese students at Cornell, at the University of Portland, and with Japanese in Seattle.

20.(8/6/1934) On Aug 6, 1934 the AGA organizational meeting establishing an executive committee took place simultaneously in Lee Chumley's Restaurant, 86 Bedford Street, NYC, NY and in Philadelphia at the Philadelphia Go Club. The AGA permanently organized in Jan 1935 with its first constitution. The AGA Objectives were:

a.To unite into one body residents of America interested in the game of Go,

b.To stimulate the growth of the game in America,

c.To establish and maintain standards of play,

d.To conduct tournaments and National Championship matches,

e.To acquire and disseminate knowledge of the game,

f.To publish a journal reflecting the activities of the Association and contributions to the knowledge of Go, and

g.To maintain friendly relations with the Go players of other countries.

21.(WDW 10/26/1934) Sinnott published Go and Go Moku (La34) in hardback by Edward Lasker. KDR and LFH helped with the editing and production. KDR also prepared the diagrams via photocopy. The book was published in October 1934 with many errors in copy and photographs. KDR and LFH reviewed the book for errors prior to publication. WDW found errors after publication. In addition Lasker Go sets were promoted and KDR assisted with the selection of stones for the promotional sets.

22.(WDW 11/28/1934) WDW suggested that the AGA maintain a complete bibliography of European and American Go literature and volunteered to prepare the first edition. WDW also suggested the AGA maintain a complete scrapbook of items on Go published in Newspapers and Magazines.

23.(WDW 12/14/1934) WDW prepared a set of Go rules, Rules of Go (Wi34), for his proposed book. He submitted it to the AGA to begin the process of establishing a set of AGA Go Rules, and he awaited the adoption of rules by the AGA.

24.(WDW 5/13/1935) Milton Bradley marketed I-Go on a 19 line board and Lasker Go on a 13 line board. Both were discontinued because of the lack of sales.

1935

1.The AGA regular meeting place was in Lee Chumley's Restaurant. Lee Chumley died in April.

2.Beginning players were found in chess clubs.

3.The AGA was aware of Caucasian Go activities in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Seattle, Bell Laboratories, Princeton University, Cambridge University, University of Pennsylvania, Lafayette College, Temple University, and Camden City Chess Club.

4.AGA was prepared to provide information on existing literature, rules and equipment availability in response to inquiries from across the country after the American Magazine article.

5.A brochure on the AGA was published (Ag35). The brochure contained the names of the 1935 AGA officers, a brief description of Go, introductory rules, and a list of places to play in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Princeton.

6.WDW felt JP Bowles did not think WDW had much to do with organizing the AGA. JP Bowles only gave KDR credit for organizing the AGA in his article in Recreation Magazine. Researchers note: Most of the ideas for the AGA and original AGA draft documents, Rules, Constitution, etc. came from WDW.

7."Hobby Round Up" published an article entitled A Leisure League Show which included a discussion of the first public demonstration of the popular game of Go.

8.(WDW 01/21/1935) WDW drafted the first AGA bulletin. Discussed the possibility of a National Championship tournament in summer 1935.

9.(WDW 02/04/1935) WDW refers to an article on Go by Edward Lasker that was to be printed in "Esquire" March 1935.

10.(WDW 03/04/1935) Talk of an AGA Journal. Problem with diagrams noted and recommendation made to use the Korschelt notation.

11.(WDW 04/03/1935) WDW suggested the AGA secretary keep a scrapbook of clippings and articles about Go. He collected material for the scrapbook.

12.(WDW 04/22/1935) WDW prepared an article on Go in America for use by the Publicity & Publications Committee in the proposed Journal.


13.(WDW 04/27/1935) The 1918 movie "Alien Souls" contained a Go scene with Sessue Hawakawa, the famous Japanese movie actor, playing a game with a friend. WDW obtained a "still" of the scene and had it framed.

14.(Wi35.3 05/07/1935) Frank Gittelson from Baltimore taught the game of Go to several friends, which resulted in seven or eight players in Baltimore and a few in Washington DC.

15.(WDW 05/18/1935) WDW wrote A Condensed Bibliography of Works in Occidental Languages on the Chinese-Japanese Game Wei-Chi, or Go.

a.Part 1: Section A, Books and Pamphlets; Section B Periodicals.

b.Part 2: Books, periodicals, etc. which mentioned the game but without sufficient detail to enable the reader to learn to play it.

c.Part 3: Miscellaneous works containing references to Go or some modification of it.

16.(WDW 06/11/1935) A rivalry developed between WDW and KDR on who first proposed the formation of the AGA. WDW felt he was the first to suggest the formation of the AGA, but he would not contest the fact with KDR. (KDR-WDW 6/14/1933) WDW gave credit to KDR where it was first mentioned in their correspondence. However, WDW maintained that he discussed the formation of an AGA with Philadelphia players as early as 1929 or 1930.

17.(Misc 09/19/1935) Robert Sharp played Go for some time in Cambridge, MA using an improvised board with poker chips. He suggested forming a branch of the AGA at Harvard.

18.(WDW 11/26/1935) WDW compiled a glossary of Japanese technical Go terms and attempted to make a list of English equivalents for the Go terms. LFH was not happy with the English equivalents, got into a spat with WDW over it, and tendered his resignation as vice president of the AGA.

19.(WDW 11/26/1935) WDW was active in chess circles and always promoted Go among the chess players. Chess players in the NYC Marshall Chess Club first learned of Go while playing chess in Philadelphia. KDR, LF Hartman and the other Go players in NYC mostly played at Lee Chumley's Restaurant and did not actively promote the game in the NYC chess circles or other places. WDW estimated that due to his efforts and those of others in Philadelphia, Philadelphia had the largest proportion of Go players to population. WDW also predicted that there would be several thousand players in the US in another 50 years and that in time the US would have players ranked with the Japanese masters.

20.(LFH-WDW 12/04/1935) LFH lambasted WDW for attempting to find English equivalents for the Japanese terms in the WDW Japanese Go Lexicon. LFH was fond of using the terms from his editing the translation of Fuseki Tusron. In teaching Go to beginners, WDW discovered the beginners' aversion to learning when confronted with too many Japanese terms. WDW pointed out the small use of Japanese terms in Germany. This was substantiated by Lasker, Messrs, Kastilan and Rosenwald all of whom were immigrants from Germany.

21.Rules

a.The requirement to give warning of capture ("atari") was a question WDW was trying to resolve with JP Bowles.

b.Their source for study was their Caucasian and Oriental libraries, as well as strong Oriental players with whom they came in contact. WDW and KDR had Philip Cate translate Yasunaga's Igo Kenpo and used it to help in preparing the AGA rules. Before fully implementing the Igo Kenpo in the AGA rules, WDW wanted to confirm that the Nihon Kiin had adopted the rules.

c.(WDW 1/4/1935) The question of permitted suicide was raised and positions discovered which would make it a ko threat.

d.(WDW 1/21/1935) WDW appointed Fritz Kastilan, New York City and Alfred Fisher, Philadelphia to serve on the Rules and Tournaments Committee with KDR.

e.(WDW 2/8/1935) WDW sent a revised set of rules to the Rules & Tournaments Committee Members.

f.(WDW 4/3/1935) WDW prodded the Rules & Tournaments Committee with additional rules.

g.(WDW 7/8/1935) WDW prepared the first US classification of seki.

h.(WDW 7/8/1935 & 7/15/1935) WDW was the first American Caucasian to systematically study and analyze the Japanese and Chinese Rules. He posed questions concerning suicide, passing, and notification of atari.

i.(WDW 7/8/1935) WDW discovered that some of the anomalies in the Japanese rules are the result of the change to the Japanese scoring from the Chinese scoring.

j.(WDW 7/24/1935) WDW wrote a paper on the present Japanese method of advancing Go players to higher grades, which had been adopted by the Japanese a few years earlier.

k.(LFH 12/15/1935) WDW drafted the first set of AGA rules. KDR was not satisfied with the WDW draft.

1936

1.LFH spent most of his AGA duties and Go time playing Go, working on translations, looking into a possible match via cable between Japan and the US, and exploring the possibility of a 15 minute radio show.

2.The first AGA Bulletin, Volume I, Number 1 was published March 15, 1936 (AG36).

3.Mr. Kinsberg of Bell Laboratories started playing in the New York Go Club.

4.Ikeda Tokuzo, a postal clerk at Osaka and a Shodan Go player, offered to translate Japanese Go books into English.


5.During this period KDR and LFH had translated Ruger's The Handicap Game of Go by WDW (Ru36), Honinbo Shusai's Tagaisen Fuseki Ho by Dodo (Sh36), Gote no Sente by Ikada of Osaka (Se40), Igo Kenpo (Ki33) and Shin Fuseki Ho (Ki38) by Philip Cate.

6.(KDR-LFH 02/19/1935) Two questions always asked of the AGA: (1) How can I learn to play Go? (2) Where can I buy the materials to play it with? The AGA was not well prepared to answer either question, nor could it put up a good case for membership in the AGA.

7.(KDR-Cate 5/25/1936) KDR wrote a letter to Honinbo Shusai informing him of the AGA.

8.(WDW 9/22/1936) It was discovered that there were some Japanese and Chinese Go books in the John G. White Chess collection held by the Cleveland public library. WDW suggested that sooner or later the KDR and Witt libraries on the game should be preserved in a library.

9.(KDR-Cate 12/16/1936 & LFH 12/29/1936) A cable game occurred between Germany and Japan. It was also suggested that at some point in time Arthur Smith's book would become a numbered collector's item.

10.(WDW 12/31/1936) LFH suggested the AGA officers alternate between New York City and Philadelphia each year during the early years of the AGA. The Philadelphia players thought the launching of the AGA was premature, and only WDW paid 1936 AGA dues. Some felt the game would have to grow in popularity more before a national organization could function properly.

11.Rules

a.(WDW 2/10/1936) WDW learned that the Nihon Kiin was not in a hurry to adopt Yasunaga's Igo Kenpo. WDW was in favor of adopting some if not all of Yasunaga's Igo Kenpo.

b.Philip Cate finished his translation of Igo Kenpo with the help of WDW. Philip Cate was neither familiar with Go nor a Go player, although he was tasked to translate an important Japanese work on the Japanese rules as well as Shin Fuseki Ho.

1937

1.The AGA Secretary and Treasurer functions were now divided between two AGA officers.

2.Paul Cate, Philip Cate, Masao Dodo, Tokuzo Ikeda and K.Takashima were elected honorary members of the AGA.

3.Researcher's note: The AGA had not mentioned anything about the Nihon Kiin club in Los Angeles or San Francisco to date.

4.KDR had the following translations underway: Shin Fuseki Ho (Ki38) by Go Seigen and Kitani being translated by Philip Cate; Gote no Sente (Se40) by Sekiyama final version being edited by LF Hartman; Uchikomi to Ukekata (Ma38) by Maeda being translated by a professor in Tokyo University; Shogaku Igo Kogiroku by Segoshi Kensaku being translated by K Takashima; one of Kitani's later works being translated by Ikeda; and Das Japanisch - Chinesische Spiel 'Go' Ein Concurrent des Schach by Korschelt (Ko81) translated by Rosenwald with editing by KDR. KDR's challenge was to find someone in the US who had enough knowledge of Go and who would be willing to translate the Japanese Go books for little or no money.

5.Bower from Pittsburgh showed up after learning to play Go from Lasker's Book.

6.KDR played Go by mail with WDW and JPB.

7.(KDR-LFH 01/03/1937) In the beginning of 1937 only the New York players were active members of the AGA. KDR suggested they use the New York base until there was enough interest for a national association to function.

8.(LFH 01/26/1937) As the Tagaisen Fuseki Ho translation was passed around, it was found to have a few errors.

9.(LFH 01/28/1937) Cairns (Baltimore) expressed the opinion that American Go players should support further efforts to translate Japanese Go books, and that such support should be a function of the AGA. The Baltimore players, Cairns and Rosenfeld, wanted to support the AGA.

10.(LFH 03/25/1937) Two mathematical treatments of Go were discovered: L Grebe's 1930 monograph (Gr30) and Fukizawa's 1934 article in Kido.

11.(LFH 03/25/1937) KDR wanted to apply electro magnetic theory to the game with Maxwell equations.

12.(WDW 4/23/1937) WDW predicted that in 50 to 200 years all of the technical Japanese Go terms would have English equivalents. KDR wanted to use the Japanese Terms as much as possible, and WDW still wanted to find appropriate English equivalents for all of them.

13.(LFH 07/07/1937, 07/08/1937) KDR received word that the Nihon Kiin was considering publishing a revised edition of Ruger's book. KDR attempted to find out if the Nihon Kiin would also publish an English version.

14.(KDR 07/15/1937) KDR sent to Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Ltd of Seattle an editorial introduction with an appendix dealing with Go diagrams and notations.

15.(WDW 7/21/1937) WDW made a list of Japanese Go terms by Ikeda. WDW also had the following projects underway:

a.Tagaisen Fuseki Ho rearrangement, etc.

b.New-style games of Kuri and Kitani

c.Bibliography of Go (Non-oriental)

d.Go-Lexicon

e.A book on Go, covering more fully the basics for beginners, but also containing much for the advanced student, especially in illustrative games, old and new style, study of openings, endings, problems, bibliography and lexicon (above). Nothing had been done on this book directly for two or three years, and WDW felt it would probably never be finished.

16.(KDR-Witt 8/5/1937) KDR had the idea to start an AGA Go periodical.

17.(JPB 8/5/1937) Bowles tried to get KDR on a radio program called Hobby Lobby.

18.(09/15/1937) KDR moved to Dallas, TX.

19.(WDW 9/27/1937) WDW estimated that the AGA had names of at least 125 players.

20.(WDW 10/15/1937) WDW thought that some day the KDR and WDW libraries would be united, either in the Library of Congress or in the White game and chess collection in Cleveland, Ohio.

21.(WDW 11/19/1937 & 12/4/1937) Two Go pupils of WDW, Irwin Stein and Gardner Wells, moved to Los Angeles and introduced the game to 30-40 friends, of which 10 or so played regularly. Their visits to the Los Angeles Japanese Go club were not cordially received.

22.(KDR-WDW 11/22/1937 & 11/29/1937) JP Bowles sent out a roll call with Japanese Go Literature (Ro37) by KDR as an enclosure with a list of known American Go players. A copy of Japanese Go Literature was also sent to Honinbo Shusai and the editor of Kido in care of the Nihon Kiin.

23.(JPB 11/26/1937) KDR provided names and addresses to JPB for updating his records. The accumulation and follow up of interested Go players was not very well documented, and KDR's move to Dallas did not help the situation. The information was used for the JPB roll-call mailing.

24.(LFH 12/28/1937) The AGA received a letter from John L Bauer in the Philippines inquiring about Go.

25.(LFH 12/28/1937 & JPB 12/6/1937) KDR suggested a group (club) membership in the AGA. KDR felt organization would help contribute to the growth of the game.

26.(PC-KDR ?/?/1937) Paul Cate returned to the US because of all the Japanese war activity.

1938

1.(JPB-KDR 1/14/1938) Knopf wanted to sell 300 copies of Lasker's book for $0.34 each. The AGA offered $0.15 delivered. (KDR-JPB 1/18/1938) KDR thought the original print was 2000. (JPB-KDR 1/22/1938) JPB refered to a print of 1000.

2.(KDR-JPB 1/18/1938) Minutes of the first AGA meetings were not prepared. KDR turned his copy of the constitution and by-laws over to Kastilan. The official copies were held by WDW.

3.(JPB-KDR 1/22/1938) JPB left all official AGA matters up to LFH initiative.

4.(K Rosenwald-KDR 1/27/1938) Rosenwald commented on his translation of Grebe's Die Elemente Des Go (Gr30).

5.(JPB-KDR 1/29/1938) JPB would rather play Go than be a secretary for the AGA.

6.(KDR-LFH 2/10/1938 & WDW-KDR 2/2/1938) KDR and WDW became aware of Igo Tetsugaku (Go Philosophy) which contained a vocabulary listing 400 to 500 terms. WDW was very excited about the book because it helped him with his Go Lexicon.

7.(KDR-LFH 2/10/1938) KDR mentioned his learning, from a letter from Japan, some of the characteristics of a played stone; specifically territory, life, and connection. (Researcher's note: No mention so far of the characteristics of a played stone's work: To Threaten/Succeed to Create-Expand/Reduce-Destroy Influence/Territory/Connection/Life.)

8.(KDR-WDW 2/10/1938) KDR was in the clouds trying to understand Go mathematically via Maxwell equations. Dr Rosenwald provided KDR with a translation of Grebe's Die Elemente des Go (Gr30).

9.(JPB-KDR 3/12/1938) Knopf sold their copies of Lasker's Go and Go Moku (La34) for $0.18 each and Lasker bought 50 of them. (JPB-KDR 4/19/1938) The remaining books went to a dealer.

10.(JPB-KDR 3/19/1938) The AGA treasury consisted of about $20.

11.(KDR-LFH 4/8/1938) KDR mentioned the design for his board for photographing Go diagrams and a process for printing Go literature.

12.(WDW-KDR 4/18/1938) The New York players were aware of the playing of Go in the New York Nippon Club; however, the Occidentals did not play there.

13.(WDW-KDR 4/18/1938) Whitcomb moved from New York City to El Paso, TX. He renewed his membership in the AGA.

14.(WDW-KDR 4/18/1938) WDW described playing Kriegs-Go after watching Kriegs-Chess and learning from Rosenwald that it was popular in Germany.

15.(Cook-KDR 4/28/1938) At the AGA annual meeting, it was felt that the major problem was the lack of progress on translating Go Literature into English.

16.(KDR-JPB 5/6/1938) Philip Cate lost interest in completing the translation of Shin Fuseki Ho.

17.(JPB-KDR 5/27/1938) JPB picked up 57 copies of Lasker's book from Whelan's drug store at $0.17 each and was selling them for $1.50.

18.(KDR-JPB 6/1/1938) KDR did not drive a car before moving to Dallas, and his wife did all the driving. He learned to drive for their California trip.

19.(KDR-Seattle 6/15/1937) KDR made contact with Barten Bowen of the Seattle Chess Club and sent him a copy of Lasker's Book. KDR played with a few Japanese Go players in Seattle and felt Seattle had an opportunity to develop Go players because of the number of Japanese living there. He also made contact with the Japan Society of Seattle, Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Ltd, Dr H. Kato, and HC Hashiguchi in an attempt to stimulate cooperation to popularize Go playing between Oriental and Occidentals. HC Hashiguchi suggested there were some second generation Go players that would be willing to teach Occidentals in Seattle. Hashiguchi published a newspaper and had an article about American Go.

20.(Cook-KDR 7/18/1938) Any acknowledgement of KDR should also include (1) LF Hartman and WD Witt in support of literature and (2) E Lasker and JP Bowles for Go proselyting zeal.

21.(JPB-KDR 7/27/1938) George Chernowitz arrived on the Go scene after being a 1934 eastern collegiate chess champion.

22.(KDR-Kramer 9/16/1938) and (KDR-Cairns 9/22/1938) US Navy Lieutenant Alwin D. Kramer, who had recently returned from Japan, apparently compared the Cate translation of Shin Fuseki Ho with that of his own. KDR attempted to obtain the results of the comparison by writing Kramer.

23.(KDR-LFH 9/17/1938) The July 1938 issue of Igo Shunju included an eight page article on American Go based upon KDR's Japanese Go Literature and information provided from WD Witt to de Havilland via Bowles.

24.(KDR-WDW 9/28/1938) LF Hartman, KDR and Cairns were appointed as members of a Committee on Go Literature. KDR expressed his concern that WDW was not formally appointed to the committee.

25.(WDW-KDR 10/4/1938) WDW informed KDR that Lt. Kramer was the stranger who was more interested in liquid refreshment than playing Go at Lee Chumley's Restaurant.

26.(WDW-KDR 10/4/1938) WDW commented concerning KDR's travels in the West. WDW expressed the belief that Go would flourish greatly in the Pacific states once the prejudice against the Japanese was broken, or perhaps the growth of Go would help break that prejudice.

27.(JLB-AGA 10/6/1938, KDR-AGA 10/7/1938) John L Bauer spent a month in Japan and reported on his stay to KDR and the AGA via a memorandum.

28.(KDR-WDW 10/15/1938) Bauer's trip to Japan helped improve the relations between the AGA and Japan. KDR was looking for a translation of Yasunaga's Rationalization of Igo. KDR was editing Rosenwald's translation of Grebe's work. KDR estimated himself to be a 6 Kyu.

29.(WDW-KDR 10/18/1938) WDW informed KDR of the publication of the articles in Games Digest. WDW thought the rule about placing a stone on the board without liberties was stated wrong. WDW thought the rule was stated wrong in many Occidental books on Go and should be stated "A player may place his stone on an adversely enclosed point, if he wishes." WDW personally thought suicide should be allowed even though he knew the Chinese and Japanese rules did not permit it. WDW felt the publication of Go in Games Digest would give Go a boost. (WDW-KDR 10/25/1938) The author was Geoffrey Mott-Smith, managing editor of Games Digest. (WDW-KDR 3/20/1939) Games Digest merged with Bridge World and the Go series was cancelled along with other board and table games.

30.(WDW-KDR 10/18/1938) The grading of American Go players was very uncertain.

31.(KDR-WDW 10/21/1938) KDR's mathematical approach considered territory as an area consisting of the vacant intersections and the intersections occupied by the surrounding group.

32.(WDW-KDR 10/25/1938) KDR provided WDW with a copy of Des Elemente Des Go (Gr30) and Rosenwald's translation of it. (WDW-KDR 11/1/1938) WDW provided KDR with a revised translation of Gr30. (KDR-WDW 11/5/1938) KDR was still in the mathematical clouds wanting now to write in terms of the theory of complex variables.

33.(KDR-JPB 10/28/1938) JL Bauer identified 13 Go players in Pittsburgh.

34.(Nogami 11/12/1938 & 11/21/1938) Shaw Nogami of Igo Shunju volunteered to obtain books for KDR and to provide Go material written in English in Igo Shunju. (KDR-Nogami 1/5/1939) PB Bowles, LF Hartman, BJ Kinsburg, E Lasker, WD Witt, JL Bauer and KD Robinson subscribed to Igo Shunju beginning with the Oct 1938 issue.

35.(KDR-JPB 11/18/1938) KDR's library assumed the character of a National Go Archive.

36.(KDR-JPB 11/18/1938) KDR sent JPB a copy of an outline for his book. KDR was writing the book on 5x8 cards sorted on decimal classification. (KDR-JPB 12/1/1938) KDR commented on his outline.

37.(WDW-KDR 11/30/1938) WDW provided KDR a completed translation of Des Elemente Des Go (Gr30).

38.(WDW-KDR 11/30/1938) WDW provided KDR a sample card showing how WDW planned to put his Go lexicon in final form on cards. The data on the cards would include the Kanji, Kana, Hirigana, Romonji, reference, definition, synonyms, and suggested English equivalent if appropriate. WDW estimated the lexicon to contain close to 1000 entries (cards). (KDR-WDW 12/20/1938) KDR wanted WDW to make an extra set of cards for KDR and thought the cards would be of great value for the translators.

39.(KDR-Nippon Kiin 12/5/1938) The AGA suggested that the Nihon Kiin include a display at the Worlds Fair. The AGA also requested assistance in translation of Go books.

40.(KDR-WDW 12/10/1938) KDR had misplaced the AGA constitution and by-laws and draft amendment. (WDW-KDR 3/14/1938) Fritz Kastilan had the original AGA Constitution.

41.(KDR-Nogami 12/15/1938) KDR was feeling the effects of the depression and finding it difficult to keep up his magazine subscription and buy the books advertised.


42.(KDR-Nogami 12/15/1938) KDR again suggested that there be a display on Go in the Japanese exhibit at the New York Worlds Fair.

43.(KDR-Nogami 12/15/1938) KDR estimated that there were 200 Occidental American Go players.

44.(KDR-WDW 12/20/1938) KDR updated WDW about KDR correspondence and activity with Japan.

45.(KDR-WDW 12/20/1938) KDR informed WDW of the possible display at the New York Worlds Fair.

46.(KDR-JPB 12/24/1938) Dr. Frederick Mossner, while living in Japan, translated numerous books for Ruger and Dueball in Germany.

1939

1.The 1939 Princeton nucleus of Go players were: Bohnenblust, Olmstead, Fox, Mahlon, Erdos, and Henderson

2.(Nogami-KDR 1/5/1939) Nogami provided translated copies of Igo Garion taken from articles published in Igo Shunju, as well as a translation of Segoshi's Honte to Usote, to John L Bauer. KDR was informed that the real writers of Go Books in Japan are different from the published authors because the professional Go players are not educated enough to write books. For example, Shin Fuseki Ho was written totally by Mr. Yasunaga. The complete works of Kitani and Gosen were written by Yasunaga and Nogami. Nogami thought the custom of "Ghost Writers" was odd and unfair. The professional's name was used to sell the books.

3.(WDW-KDR 1/6/1939). WDW planned to update his Rules of Go (Wi36) for use by the AGA.

4.(WDW-KDR 1/6/1939) The Philadelphia players did not keep records of their Go games. WDW thought of them as amateur "skittle game" quality and not worth the attention of a master.

5.(WDW-KDR 1/6/1938) WDW wished KDR and WDW were 30 years younger so that they could learn to read the Japanese Go books and provide adequate translations to promote Go in the US. As it was they were laying the foundation for others.

6.(WDW-KDR 1/6/1939) WDW again indicated he would provide KDR with sample cards as to how to put the WDW Go lexicon in final form on cards. The data on the cards would include the Kanji, Kana, Hirigana, Romonji, reference, definition, synonyms, and suggested English equivalent if appropriate. WDW would first prepare cards for the Go Tetsugaku. WDW estimated the lexicon to contain over 1200 entries (cards). WDW listed the dictionaries he was using.

7.(WDW-LFH 1/6/1939) A Tokyo news dispatch indicated that the Japanese would be teaching Hitler's Jugend (youth) how to play Go.

8.(KDR-LFH 1/6/1938) The December issue of Igo Shunju included a section on American Correspondence, which contained KDR letters.

9.(KDR-WDW 1/9/1939) Bauer was editing Nogami's translations.

10.(WDW-KDR 1/10/1939) WDW compared his Japanese library with KDR's.

11.(WDW-KDR 1/10/1939) WDW provided KDR with more samples of his cards.

12.(WDW-KDR 1/10/1939) WDW had access to the German translations and advocated English equivalents for the Japanese Go terms. Shicho is one example: WDW suggested zig-zag, as opposed to ladder or stairs as translated by the Germans.

13.(Nippon Kiin-Edward Lasker 1/25/1939) The Nippon Kiin responded to the AGA Worlds Fair request for translation of books. The Kiin requested the following Kiin Branches cooperate with the AGA in promoting Go: Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City, as well as the New York City Japan Society and Seattle Northwest American Japanese Association. In addition, the Kiin contributed about 100 Go books in Japanese to the Japanese Cultural Center in the Rockefeller Center International Building.

14.(KDR-Japan Institute 4/4/1939, WDW file) There was no Go exhibition at the Worlds Fair.

15.(WDW-KDR 4/26/1939) WDW commented on the ranking of players in Germany and the US.

16.(WDW-KDR 5/6/1939 & WDW-KDR 5-29-1939) WDW provided information on his Go lexicon.

17.(JPB 5/16/1939) List of active Go players sent to the New York Nippon Club contained 27 names. The list did not include the players at Princeton.

18.(KDR-WDW 5/18/1939) Bowles and Lasker discovered groups of strong Go players at City College in New York and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

19.(KDR-WDW 5/18/1939) WDW discussed the possibility of an American Go Magazine (Go Archives) which would contain serial installments of the existing translations.

20.(KDR-WDW 5/26/1939, 7/20/1939) KDR commented on the Nippon Kiin and newspapers in Japan publishing Go games.

21.(KDR-LFH 5/26/1939) WDW produced the first draft of his Go Lexicon with about 750 items, an edition of two sets of cards.

22.(KDR-JPB 6/24/1939) KDR mentioned bequeathing his library not to a library or the AGA but to trustees.

23.(JPB-KDR 6/26/1939) JPB suggested that the KDR Go library be listed with the American Library Association.

24.(KDR-LFH 7/13/1939) KDR received, on behalf of the AGA, five copies of the Japanese Government Railway's English language book on Go, Japanese Game of Go (Mi39).

25.(KDR-LFH 7/13/1939) Tokura presented to Germany, through Dueball, his library of over 1000 Go books.

26.(KDR-LFH 7/13/1939) KDR discussed the possibility of a Go magazine with Bowles and with JPB (KDR-JPB 4/29/1939).

27.(KDR-JPB 7/15/1939) KDR asked that LFH, WDW, and Bauer each receive a copy of the Japanese Game of Go (Mi39).

28.(KDR-WDW 7/20/1939) WDW commented on the Japanese Game of Go (Mi39).

29.(KDR -JPB 7/21/1939) KDR commented further on the Japanese Game of Go (Mi 39).

30.(WDW-KDR 8/4/1939) Go continued to be played in Philadelphia on Saturday at the Mercantile Library, and on Sunday and Thursday at the North City Chess Club.

31.(KDR-WDW 8/22/1939) KDR played Go in the San Francisco Nippon Club. The club offered to help promote Go by teaching others. Ms. Robinson's sister-in-law from the Hawaiian Islands became interested in Go and stated that she would report on Go activities when she returned to the Islands.

32.(JPB-KDR 8/26/1939) Distribution of Igo Gairon translation (Sh38): Bauer, JPB, LFH, Ikeda, Nogami, KDR, Yemanouchi, WDW.

33.(09/02/1937) Masayoshi Fukudo, a professional Go player, visited the U.S. in 1939 giving lectures and demonstrations. He arrived and gave the first lecture at the Japan Institute on September 2.

34.(WDW-KDR 9/5/1938) WDW estimated his lexicon would expand to 2000-2500 characters, including compounds.

35.(JPB-KDR 9/28/1939) The Japan Institute held a lecture demonstration on Go with Masayoshi Fukuda. They also provided a Brief Description of Go (Br39).

36.(JMHO-KDR 10/10/1939) John MH Olmstead first made contact with KDR, requesting the loan of Japanese literature.

37.(KDR-JMHO 12/20/1939) John L. Vanderslice, a former pupil of WDW, introduced Go at Princeton University.

38.38.(KDR-JPB 12/12/1939) Bauer discovered two groups of Go players unknown to each other, one at the CA Institute of Technology and the other at the Los Angeles Chess Club.

1940

1.(KDR notes on American Go) The spread of Go in the United States is probably similar, despite modern transportation, the radio, and the printed word, to the spread of Go in Japan when Go first reached Japan in the seventh century. Then, although at first confined to select groups, a few Go players here and there slowly carried the game across the country.

2.(KDR notes on American Go) Slow penetration had been the history of American Go since 1909 when Arthur Smith published The Game of Go. An example is the Go playing group at Princeton University. L Bohnenblust of Princeton, on his sabbatical year at the California Institute of Technology, stimulated the playing of Go at Los Angeles. This was assisted by the Los Angeles branch of Nippon Kiin, the presence of Fukuda, 5 Dan, and the visit of John L. Bauer. The next year, members of the Princeton group, all mathematicians, taught at various American universities: Dr. John MH Olmstead at the University of Minnesota; Dr Ralph Fox and Dr Mahlon Day at the University of Illinois; Dr Paul Erdos at the University of Pennsylvania; Dr Malcom Henderson at Dartmouth College; Dr Nathan Jacobson and Dr ER van Kampen at Johns Hopkins. It is a safe assumption that Go playing groups developed in those universities.

3.(KDR-Mathes 02/12/1940) KDR requested that questions on Go be included on the radio program Information Please.

4.(KDR-JPB 1/18/1940) KDR discussed his method of producing recording diagrams using his quadrant notation.

5.(JMHO-KDR 2/23/1940) Mathematicians playing Go at Princeton: John MH Olmstead, HF Bohnenblust, Rosser on leave from Cornell, Ralph Fox, Paul Erdos, Paul Halmos, Claude Chevalley, GP Hechschild, MM Day, and MC Henderson (a physicist).

6.(JHMO-KDR 3/12/1940) JHMO mentioned his beginning attempts at reconciling the Japanese and Chinese scoring methods.

7.(KDR-Cook 3/17/1940) Three problems for the AGA to solve concerning Go in the US. 1-Relationship of Go players throughout the country. 2-Translation of Japanese books. 3-Relationship to Go players in Japan.

8.(KDR-JPB 4/8/1940) KDR provided a short autobiographical sketch of himself, including his efforts to make the Japanese Go literature available to the English reading public. He stated that he started playing Go in 1909.

9.(KDR-JHMO 7/5/1940) KDR provided JHMO a copy of his memorandum on the Mathematics of Go.

10.(JHMO-KDR 7/17/1940) JHMO returned Shin Fuseki Ho (Ki38) after it had been read by the Princeton Go players.

11.(KDR-JPB 12/17/1940) KDR suggested activating the Rules and Tournaments Committee with JMH Olmstead, JP Bowles, and WDW as members.

12.(KDR-WDW 7/22/1940) From Princeton as the center, Go was spreading to the mathematics departments of many of our universities.

13.(KDR-WDW 7/22/1940) JMHO began review of KDR's mathematical notes on Go.

14.(Nogami 8/10/1940) The AGA was notified that Igo Kurubu planned to publish several pages in English each month.

15.(KDR-Nogami 9/10/1940) One of the difficulties in translating Go books into English had been the absence of all reference to technical Go terms in the standard dictionaries. These terms and their English equivalents had been gradually collected as some of the more important Japanese works on Go were translated. WWD had undertaken a Go Lexicon of technical Japanese Go terms. The lexicon was to include the list in Igo Tetsugaku by Gakujin Hokushu. WDW's Lexicon now included some twelve hundred items and was constantly growing. So far as the compiler is aware, no such lexicon exists in Japan. KDR submitted information about the AGA to Nogami for inclusion in the English pages of Igo Kurabu.

16.(K Rosenwald-KDR 11/16/1941) The English text in Igo-Kurabu was kept neutral; however the more voluminous German text contained pro-Nazi propaganda. Rosenwald also mentioned Japan Day by Day 1877, 1878-79, 1882/83, by Edward Silvester Morse, which was published in 1917. Volume 1, pages 157-159, provided information on Go.

17.(KDR-WDW 11/21/1940) JMHO produced a set of logical definitions and rules.

18.(KDR-WDW 11/21/1940) New York acquired a new strong Go player, Mr Arns, who was a political refugee from France.

19.(Nogami 11/27/1940, KDR-WDW 11/20/1940) The AGA received 50 copies of the October 1940 issue of Igo Club, which contained pages in English. The AGA sent a check for $11 for the issues and postage. (KDR-WDW 11/21/1940) Nogami sent KDR a list of technical Go terms for determining English equivalents and the same list to Lasker for German equivalents. KDR sent the list to WDW. (KDR-WDW 11/21/1940) The English pages were neutral and the German pages are pro-Nazi.

1941

1.(Bowman 1941) Bowman from Pittsburgh expressed his thoughts on the rules of Go to KDR.

2.(JBP-KDR 2/17/1941) AGA membership of 10, KDR note included!

3.(KDR-Parrot 2/25/1941) KDR payed his AGA dues.

4.(KDR-Nippon Kiin 3/27/1941) The AGA considered including a subscription to Igo Kurabu funded from the dues to the AGA.

5.(KDR-JPB 4/3/1941) KDR gave Secretary's report to the AGA annual meeting.

6.(KDR-JPB 5/3/1941) KDR discussed the printing and distribution of The Rationalization of Go (Ol41). He also requested that the AGA and New York Go Club help pay the printing costs.

7.(Hartman 5/20/1941) Dr Frederick Mossner, originally from Germany, entered the US after 4 years in Japan. He was fluent in Japanese and could read the Go books in the KDR collection.

8.(JPB-KDR 6/10/1941) The AGA Executive Committee approved spending $35 for the publication of The Rationalization of Go (Ol41).

9.(KDR-JPB 6/12/1941) Provided outline on the publication of the Rationalization of Go (Ol41) and commented on printing and distribution.

10.(WDW-KDR 7/4/1941) WDW had produced 2500-2600 cards of Go technical terms.

11.(KDR-WDW 7/7/1941) KDR and JMHO had made progress with The Rationalization of Go (Ol41), and the AGA had agreed to publish 100 mimeographed copies. First there was to be a limited edition of 12-15 copies for criticism.

12.(F Mossner-KDR 7/21/1941) Dr. Mossner assisted KDR with the translation of the Japanese rules and the Nihon quest to find a logical set of rules in coordination with KDR's & JMHO's work on the Rationalization of Go (Ol41).

13.(KDR-WDW 8/27/1927) The Rationalization of Go was sent out the end of August 1941. American distribution of The Rationalization of Go (Ol41), Preliminary Edition: Library of Congress for copyright 2, JMH Olmstead 2, LF Hartman 1, Dr Mossner 1, JP Bowles 3, WD Witt 1, Dr J Bowman 1, Huntington Cairns 1, Nancy Lee Swann Gest Oriental Library Princeton 1, Dr R Fox 1 (Mathematical friend of JMH Olmstead), Dr Halmos 1 (Mathematical friend of JMH Olmstead), Dr Bohnenblust 1, and KDR 2 (one sent to JB Eggen). Japan Distribution: Yasunaga, Shimada, Nogami (Editor of Ego Club), Kensaku Segochi, Ikeda, and Yamanouchi.

14.(JPB-KDR 9/22/1941) Commented on the pass-play presented in Ol41. (KDR-JPB 9/25/1941) KDR answered JPB comments on the pass-play. (KDR-JPB-9/27/1941) An accounting of the AGA $35 for the publication of Ol41. (KDR-JPB 11/4/1941) KDR received mailing receipts on Ol41 sent to Japan. The post office took mail off a ship to Japan for censorship and KDR thought his errata sheets for Ol41 were among it. (KDR-JPB 11/5/1941) KDR commented on the suicide play. (JPB-KDR 12/2/1941) JPB commented on the suicide play. KDR and JPB disagreed about when the removal of a suicide should be made and who should make the removal. (KDR-JPB 12/9/1941) KDR commented on suicide play with detailed analysis. (JPB-KDR 12/11/1941) More comments on the suicide play. (KDR-JPB 12/23/1941) More comments on the suicide play. (JPB-KDR 1/10/1941) More comments on the suicide play. (KDR-JPB 2/2/1941) More comments on the suicide play.

15.(KDR-FM 9/9/1941) KDR discussed the draft Rationalization of Go (Ol41) and questions F. Mossner had raised on the draft.

16.(KDR-JPB 9/25/1941) KDR informed JP Bowles of Lee Foster Hartman's death on 9/23/41. KDR stated that Lee Foster Hartman, editor of Harper's Magazine, started playing in 1908. He was the first documented Caucasian American to play Go consistently, and for more than three decades. "...and he even had an addiction, inexplicable to his friends, to the Japanese game of Go. As he described it, it never sounded much more exciting than a yacht race; but he could see something in it, and I understand he became very expert at it." From In Memorial, Lee Foster Hartman 1879-1941. The dean of American Go Players, Arthur Smith, never attempted to actually play the game. Hartman was the first American Go Player to play Go and then to play through the years. He started playing in 1908.

17.(KDR-JPB 9/25/1941) KDR wanted to obtain the translation of Maeda's Uchikomi to Ukekata (Ma38) and to finish the editing that LFH had started.

18.(KDR-JPB 10/17/1941) KDR played Go by mail for many years. He decided to test sending a diagram of the game back and forth in the mail using the Korschelt notation to avoid annotation mistakes.

19.(JPB-KDR 11/19/1941) JPB, who held the LF Hartman library, agreed that the library should be in the hands of KDR.

20.(WDW-KDR 12/09/1941) WDW's wife died 11/28/1941.

21.(KDR-JPB 12/09/1941) Comments on the translation of Uchikomi to Ukekata (Ma38) (the original translation was in the Witt collection): "The translation of Maeda's Uchikomi has arrived... It is most meticulously and flawlessly penned on old-fashion stationary with ruled lines -- every other line left blank, so it has a sort of double spaced effect. The sheets are about six by eight inches; some of them are double folded but only one of the four sides is written on. There are 470 of these sheets, and the whole manuscript must weigh about five pounds." KDR was still trying to obtain Maeda's translation. KDR also raised questions about New York Go activity with respect to the war that had started with Japan.

22.(JPB-AGA 12/10/1941) Statement of receipts and disbursements of AGA and New York Go Club. Treasurer A Parrott had resigned. The AGA had a cash balance of $25.31 and assets of $7.37. The joint account of the AGA and New York Go Club was dissolved, leaving the AGA with $0.

23.(WDW-KDR 12/17/1941) Onaga, who helped WDW translate, went into retirement and/or the protective custody of the US Government at the beginning of the war with Japan.

1942

1.The AGA bought Emmanuel Lasker's Go Set and presented it to the US Naval Academy. Ingersoll (Lieutenant in Math) and E Lasker made the presentation before a simultaneous game.

2.KDR took custody of the Lee Foster Hartman Collection which contained Suzuki's Go Dictionary 3 Volumes, Go No Tedokoro, Kitani's Game Collection, The only Nippon Yearbook - Modern games in a vintage year, Tagaisen Fuseki Ho - translation (Sh36), Ruger's The Handicap Game of Go - translation (Ru36), Sekiyama's Gote No Sente - translation (Se40).

3.(Chernowitz-CRH 03/30/1995) Go was played at the Washington Chess Divan on I Street between 14th and 15th Streets, where George Chernowitz played Captain Kramer at the time.

4.(JPB-KDR 12/2/1942) Active New York Go Club players were Lasker, Aaron, Kinsburg, Cook, Kastilan, Cyril Kaplan, and Bowles.

5.(KDR-JPB 12/22/1942) KDR commented on the rules and finish of the game under the Rationalization of Go (Ol41).

1943

1.(KDR-JPB 1/6/1943) KDR discussed the use of a Go game referee.

2.(JPB-KDR 2/25/1943) JPB met AM Turing, a mathematician who played Go with MHA Newman, Alexander, PAM Dirac, IJ Good, and F. Smithers at Cambridge University in England. Turing provided a set of rules with a definition for suicide play.

3.(JPB-KDR 3/12/1943) JPB discussed the S-Play (Suicide-play)

1944

1.(Cook-KDR 5/3/1944) The AGA transferred its headquarters to 23 West 10th St, the location of the Marshall Chess Club. This was a temporary arrangement.

2.(KDR-Cook 5/13/1944) KDR moved to Memphis. Commented on publication of a Go magazine. KDR still had custody of LFH's collection of Go books.

1945

1.(KDR-Marseille 2/21/1946) WD Witt died April 1945.

2.(JMHO-KDR 11/10/1945) JMHO informed KDR that he would no longer work on The Structure of Go (Ro46) and that KDR was on his own.

1946

1.(Chernowitz-KDR 10/11/1945) George Chernowitz purchased the Witt Collection.

2.(John Bauer-KDR 08/20/1946) John Bauer found Ikeda living in Osaka and reported on the living conditions of some of the Japanese Go players during and after the war.

3.(KDR-Bowles, Bowman, Chernowitz, Fox, Lasker, Marseille, Olmstead) KDR requested that the AGA send food and soap to some of the Japanese Go players.

1947

1.(KDR-Fox 12/18/1947) Yasunaga and Shimada requested permission (via John Bauer) to translate The Structure of Go into Japanese.

1948

1.(E Morris-KDR 11/23/1948, KDR-WW Marseille 12/8/1948, Ryder-Horiguchi 12/03/1958) The AGA met on 11/8/1948 to reorganize and activate plans for stimulating the growth of American Go and to begin publishing a Go journal. The organizing committee consisted of Boris Kinsburg, George & Edith Chernowitz, Karl Davis Robinson, Lester & Elisabeth Morris. Membership and subscription was to be $3 per year. AGA Goals:

a.Contact among the members.

b.Regular issues of Go literature in English.

c.Appoint regional chairmen (sub goal).

1949-1954

1.See the American Go Journal Volumes 1-5 (Am49).

2.See the Japanese Go Journal Volumes 1-3 (Ja54).


3.(Am49 1:1p5) Joseph P. Bowles died April 1949.

4.The AGA suspended publication of the American Go Journal (Am49) with the Japanese publication of the Japanese Go Journal (Ja54).

5.(Ratings April 1954) Lester Morris provided a list of rated American players.

6.(KDR-Fox 08/02/1954) KDR transfered his Go Library to trustees (Lester Morris and Ralph Fox) on behalf of the AGA.

7.Roger Newlander began his translation of a recent Nihon Kiin series on Go (Ne59.1-4).

8.(KDR-Fox 01/07/1955) Morris Cohon commissioned John Bauer to translate Go no Kandokro (The Vital Points of Go) (Ta58) from the Nihon Kiin Series on Go that Roger Newlander was translating.

9.The AGA published its first Newsletter.

1955

1.(Fox 1955 Notes) Ralph Fox noted a Semantic Paradox. A group is captured when it is taken off the board: if its capture cannot be prevented by alternate play, it is called dead. Thus, capture is more final than death. In fact, if alternate play is perturbed by the global strategy, it can even happen that dead stones become alive again and thereby resist capture. This is not just a linguistic paradox; this apparent inconsistency in the use of words occurs also in the original Japanese. (From notes on the fundamental concepts of Go.)

2.(Murashima-KDR 5/7/1955) Robinson was asked to review the draft of How to Play Go (Ta56) by Takagawa Shukaku.

3.(KDR-Murashima 26/8/1955) KDR sent Murashima a copy of his draft revision of The Structure of Go.

4.(12/20/1935) Elizabeth Morris died Dec 20, 1955. Her missionary zeal working on the AGJ staff did much for the spread of Go throughout the US. (Chernowitz-CRH 03/30/1995) The debt that American Go owes to the Morris family cannot be underestimated as they literally devoted their lives to promoting the game and publishing the AGJ at its beginning.

5.(Ja54 V2:6) Igo Bunka sponsors their First International Go Tournament in Tokyo. Robert Gillooly represented the U.S.

1956

1.(AGA Letter 04/??/1956) The AGA moved its headquarters out of the Marshall Chess Club to 137 Montague Street in the house of Harry Satow.

2.(NF Tsang-KDR 06/02/1956) NF Tsang discussed the inflation of professional grades in Japan.

3.(KDR-NF Tsang 06/11/1956) The AGA suggested including a Bulletin of the American Go Association with each issue of the Japanese Go Journal.

4.(AGA Letter 02/11/1957) The Japanese Go Journal suspended publication.

1957

1.(AGA Executive Meeting 01/19/1957) The AGA decided to begin publishing the American Go Journal (Am 49) again.

2.(Newlander-McCallister 06/01/1957) Roger Newlander received permission to use his translations of the books by Iwamoto and Kitani for any Newlander purpose.

3.(Goodell-All Concerned 09/20/1957) John D. Goodell promoted Go with his book The World of Ki (Go57.1) and sold American-made 13x13 and 19x19 line boards with Japanese made stones.

4.(KDR-Kastilan 11/28/1957) KDR retired as president of the AGA.

5.The first European Go Congress was held.

1958

1.(KDR-Horiguchi 06/25/1958) KDR was in the middle of trying to publish an update to The Structure of Go (Ro46).

2.(KDR-Daly 07/03/1958) KDR presented his Go Library to the AGA under the custody of Ralph Fox at Princeton University.

3.(Sabov-KDR 08/17/1958) Goodell planned to market an eight line Go set.

4.(AGA Secretary's Report 01/24/58) John Goodell sold over 3000 Go sets.

5.(KDR-Goodell 08/21/1958, 02/14/1959) Commented on the translation of The Vital Points of Go (Ta58). John Bauer was paid by Morris Cohon for the translation (an amount way below the current rate for such translation), with the intent of publishing it in the AGJ. However, the AGJ had ceased publication. While Fukuda was visiting the U.S. he was impressed with the translation and took a copy back to Japan complete with diagrams. Later Nihon Kiin sent John Bauer a contract with the number of copies left blank. Takao Matsuda secured the consent of Mr. Cohon, who suggested that 100 copies be provided John Bauer on publication which would also include 25 copies for Mr. Cohon. In February 1959 John Bauer received 10 copies, which were distributed as follows: 5 - Mr. Cohon, 1 - John Bauer, 1 - Robinson Go Library, 1 - KDR, 1 - Lester Morris, 1 - John Goodell.

1959

1.(Ryder-Fox 04/02/1959) Kaoru Iwamoto (8 Dan), former Honinbo title holder, and Akio Matsui (5 Dan), journalist in charge of overseas news and articles for Kido and Igo Kurabu, visited the U.S. Mr. Iwamoto brought his daughter with him to serve as his interpreter. She was an extremely strong Go player as well.

2.(McCallister-Hutchinson 06/17/1995) Iwamoto's stay for over a year was made possible in part by Mitsuo Horiguchi who ran the Japanese New York Go Club.


1960

1.(Morris-Scalpone 02/24/1960) By 02/24/1960 the AGA had received about one hundred inquiries as a result of the Women's Day article entitled The Game Nobody Plays (Wo60).

2.(Morris-Scalpone 05/03/1960) Due to the continued response to the Women's Day article, the AGA reprinted 4860 copies of The Game of Go (Mo51).

3.(Nippon Kiin-AGA 06/17/1960) The Nippon Kiin informed the AGA of their plans to publish a Go journal in English.

4.(Ry60) RM Ryder published a memo on a System for Rating Players of the Game of Go (Ry60).

1961

1.(AGA letter) The Nihon Kiin began publishing the Go Monthly Review (Re60).

2.(McCallister-Trilling 01/07/1961) The Nippon Kiin agreed to allow U.S. Go Monthly Review subscribers to be members of the AGA.

3.(Morris-Shimpei 01/13/1961) The AGA began to address the issue of whether to continue publishiing the American Go Journal with the new Go Monthly Review on the market. The AGA did not intend to stop publishing the American Go Journal.

4.(AGA 03/18/1961, McCallister-Hutchinson 06/17/1995) The AGA (Rober McCallister with the Help of Debbie Osborne) sent out over 18,000 copies of The Game of Go in response to the Women's Day article The Game Nobody Plays (Wo60).

5.(03/22/1961) KDR died March 22, 1961.

6.(Morris-McCallister 05/10/1961) The AGA under the leadership of Rober McCallister decided to drop publication of the American Go Journal. The AGA would continue to act as an information center, to help local clubs resolve tournament problems, and perhaps someday to renew Journal publication.

7.(Ryder-?? ??/??/1961) One third of the mail he received as AGA Secretary pleaded for continuance of the American Go Journal.

8.(McCallister-Scalpone) American Go Journal Vol 8:4 went to press.

9.(McCallister-AGA 10/??/1961) The AGA goals were to put out an occasional newsletter or issue of the American Go Journal, to have a national championship, and to have a national rating system.

10.(Fink-AGA 01/16/1962) On 12/22/1961 the first Go Association was founded in Yugoslavia.

1962

1.(AGA-Member 02/10/1962) All subscribers to the Go Monthly Review who resided in the United States, Hawaii, and the Domain of Canada were automatic members of the AGA.

2.(Fink-AGA 04/07/1962) The AGA was invited to send a representative to the 1962 European Go Congress.

3.The AGA was still considering incorporation.

4.(McCallister-Goodell 09/23/1962) McCallister delegated John Goodell as acting president of the AGA.

5.(Am49V10:3p6) NOST (Knights of the Square Table) included postal Go in its games under the coordination of Noble Carlson.

1963

1.(AGA Newsletter 11/30/1964) In 1963 the Nihon Kiin sponsored their First International Go Tournament which was held in Tokyo. The U.S. was represented by Ralph Fox and Robert Ryder.

1964

1.(Minutes AGA meeting 06/07/1964) The AGA met and discussed ideas for strengthening the AGA.

2.(Mann-Eliasberg 07/20/1964) Irwin Mann provided the AGA with a rearranged membership list.

3.(Goodell-AGA 11/30/1964) John Goodell revived the American Go Association Newsletter (Am64).

4.(AGA Newsletter 11/30/1964) Messers. Takao Matsuda and Paul Anderson represented the US in the 2nd International Tournament. The AGA planned to hold a national tournament to determine future representatives.

5.A Treatise of the Rules of Go by JMH Olmstead and KD Robinson was published in Go Review Volume 4:9 p87-103.

1965

1.(AGA letter undated) Paul Anderson wanted a candidate from the West Coast to be nominated for President or Vice President.

2.Lester Morris died.

3.(Anderson-Fox 03/12/1965) The AGA prepared rules for selecting who would participate in the International Go team to represent America.

4.(Bradley-Eliasberg 07/27/1965) Milton Bradley provided the AGA with suggestions for increasing the U.S. Go playing population.

1967

1.(AGA Letter 02/01/1967) The American Go Association Constitution was sent out for general membership vote.

2.Robert McCallister prepared a Go Rating System (Draft).

3.(Ryder-Cha 04/08/1967) The AGA addressed problems in rating inflation.


4.(Ryder 04/30/1967) Robert Ryder prepared a Proposed Go Rating System for the AGA.

5.(Nassau-AGA 06/??/1967) Kurt Nassau began publication of the American Go Newsletter (Am76).

1968 - 1973

1.Read all about it in the American Go Newsletter.

1968

1.(AGA Letter 05/7/1968) The AGA sent out a set of draft regulations to Go Clubs.

2.(Anderson-Fox 05/07/1968) Paul Anderson drafted regulations for AGA Chapters.

3.In 1968 Ishi Press published its first book, Modern Joseki and Fuseki Volume 1 (Sa68).

1969

1.(McCallister-Hutchinson 06/17/1995) Robert McCallister and Richard Dolen develped a procedure for holding telephone matches which were later used by the AGA under the leadership of Bob Ryder.

1973

2.(Stephenson-AGA 12/05/1973) The AGA decided to renew publication of the American Go Journal.

3.(Am49V9:2p3) Dr Ralph H. Fox died 12/23/1973.

1974 - 1995

1.Read all about it in the American Go Journal.

1974

1.(Dix-Hutchinson 11/07/1974) The KDR Go Library was transferred from the AGA to the Gest Oriental Library in Princeton NJ.

2.(Am49V9:2p1) James Kerwin moved to Japan to become the first American Go Professional.

3.(Am49V9:2p3) T. Drange taught Go as an optional part of his logic course in West Virginia.

1976

1.(10/30/1976) On October 30, 1976 the AGA Executive Committee met for the first time under John Stevenson's presidency. Two AGA committees were organized. Eben Breed chaired the committee to study and make recommendations on AGA by-laws and election procedures. Terry Benson chaired the committee to establish tournament regulations.

1978

1.The main U.S. Championship tournament was a simultaneous Eastern and Western held on Labor Day Weekend (the last summer weekend) from 1978 to 1984. The Eastern's held in New York (and organized by Terry Benson) grew to 155 players and the Western's (alternating between San Francisco and Los Angeles) grew to 80 players. The size of the Championship tournaments and their connection to the selection of players for the World Amateur Championship gave go and the Association a successful publicity event.

2.In 1978, Dave Relson took over as Membership Secretary and Rating Coordinator and put the AGA's records on computer. Bruce Wilcox began his Instant Go series in the Journal. Les Lanphear started his tenure as Western Vice President. Many individuals (including Don Wiener, Barbara Calhoun, and Roy Laird) began to help with the Journal and AGA work. The Association membership zoomed to700.

1980's

1.In the '80s, professional players became a regular part of the U.S. go scene. James Kerwin, the U.S.'s first professional, returned after 8 years of study in Japan and first settled in his native Minnesota. He started a local go salon, traveled to several Canadian and United States clubs, and began conducting Go Retreats. Jimmy Cha, Korean 4 dan, in Los Angeles was a generous sponsor and attending professional at several Western Championships and organized a number of important professional tours to the United States. Michael Redmond, pro 5 Dan, of Santa Barbara, California returned from Japan and provided a tremendous boost to the AGA. His rapid progress up through the ranks enhanced the international stature of U.S. go and his story encourages all U.S. players.

2.In the new position of Club Coordinator, Roger White of Cleveland immensely improved services to go organizers. The AGA now listed 116 clubs in the U.S.; 42 of which were official AGA Chapters. After several changes in editorship, the American Go Journal was back on schedule under the guidance of Roy Laird. The AGA's International Go Federation affairs were handled by Les Lanphear and Barbara Calhoun. Dave Relson resigned as membership secretary but not before converting the AGA's rating and membership programs to run on IBM-PC compatible systems.

1984

1.The first Computer Go Tournament is held.

1985

1.In 1985, Haskell Small, inspired by the European Go Congress, put together a team of organizers from the Baltimore-Washington area and ran the First U.S. Go Congress. Although the event was not held in New York City, it was a tremendous success drawing 6 professional players and doubled the expected turnout. (64 players came for the full week, 131 for the weekend Eastern Championship). The scale of the Congress was a quantum leap in the activity of the AGA and continues to be a permanent feature of U.S. Go activities.

1986


1.A new pamphlet, The Way to Go, written by Karl Baker and designed to help promoters of go introduce beginners to the basic concepts was published in 1986.

2.The World Youth Tournament was started as an impetus to start teaching go to children. Several chapters began formal training programs and a North American tournament to select representatives was started to encourage the next generation of go players.

3.The microcomputer revolution was harnessed to help promote go especially in nations like the U.S. with sparse go populations and long distances. Tele-Tsuke is a computer program and standardized communications protocol to allow two players with microcomputers and modems to play a game over telephone lines. The AGA sponsored program was implemented on IBM, AppleII, and Commodore; but any properly equipped computer could be used so long as its programmer follows the protocol. Tele-Tsuke will allow-at a reasonable cost: national and international team play, youth tournaments, selections for international events and access to opponents and teachers by isolated players.

1991

1.The AGA, in cooperation with Roger White, established the American Go Foundation to accept tax-deductible contributions toward advancing the educational and cultural aspects of Go.

1993

1.Go Arrived on the Internet.

1994

1.AGA became incorporated.


AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL AMERICAN GO JOURNAL CONTENTS INDEX

March 30, 2006

This AGA American Go Journal Contents Index was compiled by Craig R Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on material in the AGA Library/Archive, his personal collection, and other bibliographies. Research is continuing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.


The index begins with the first AGA Bulletin published in 1936 and includes the English language Japanese Go Journal published 1954-56 and the AGA Newsletters published 1955-1973, as well as the American Go Journal. The indexes are in chronological order. The index gives the Page/Title of Article/Author; however, the author is omitted in many citations.


Go A Bulletin Devoted to the Game of Go

VOLUME 01:1 DATED 1936/03/15

01The New Bulletin

01Go Club Started at N.Y.U.- "Esquire" Article Credited

01Honorary Member - Hu Hui Chan

01Lee Hartman Elected President of the AGA

01New Translation Handicap Go By Bruno Ruger

01New York Players Meet Twice Weekly

THE AMERICAN GO JOURNAL 1949-1955

VOLUME 01:1 DATED 1949/09

01Hartman, LF; Witt, WD; Smith, Arthur; Robinson, KD; Lasker, Edward

0110 Problems

01An Introduction To Go Part I; Steinbook, Max

01Rules; Steinbook, Max

03First Honinbo Title Match Game 1; Translated by Frederick Mossner

07The American Go Association - Go Boards

07The Master Said; Confucious, The Analects

07We Regret: Obituary Bowles, Joseph P.

08Shin Fuseki - Nature of the Corner (Igo Gairon); Translated by Nogami Akirei of Tokyo and edited by John L. Bauer

12The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 01; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

14Base Positions; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

VOLUME 01:2 DATED 1949/12

17An Introduction To Go Part II; Steinbook, Max

18Problems - Saving Threatened Groups

19First Honinbo Title Match Game 2; Translated by Frederick Mossner

23Unannotated Games 17/11/1670 B:Yasui Sentets, W:Honinbo Dosaku; Translated by Rudolf Aron

24Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 01; Honinbo Shusai, Translated by Masao Dodo, Edited by LF Hartman, WD Witt and Max Steinbook

27The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 02; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

30Solutions of Problems

31Letters To The Editor; Rudolf Aron

32A Go Primer; Gilbert W. Rosenthal

32A Look At the Future; Editors

VOLUME 01:3 DATED 1950/04

33An Introduction To Go Part III; Steinbook, Max

35First Honinbo Title Match Game 3; Translated by Frederick Mossner


38Problems - Aggressive Attitude

39Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 02; Honinbo Shusai, Translated by Masao Dodo, Edited by LF Hartman, WD Witt and Max Steinbook

41The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 03; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

43Comment; Shimada Takuji, "Igo Kempo"

44Unannotated Games 1901, B:Nakagawa Kamesaburo, W:Honinbo Shusai; Rudolf Aron

45Equipment

46Go in The New York City Area; Boris J Kinsburg

47An Eyewitness Report On Go In Post-War Japan; John L Bauer

47Go in The San Francisco Area; Guthrie McClain

48Problem Correction; G.W. Rosenthal

48Solutions to Problems

VOLUME 01:4 DATED 1950/07

49Even Game Joseki Part I; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

52First Honinbo Title Match Game 4; Translated by Frederick Mossner

54Confucius, Elmer Davis, and The New York Times

54Problems - Connecting Groups

55Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 03; Honinbo Shusai

57The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 04; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

61List of Members; AGA

63End of The Fourth Round; AGA

64Solutions of Problems

VOLUME 02:1 DATED 1951/03

01Even Game Joseki Part II; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

03First Honinbo Title Match Game 5; Translated by Frederick Mossner

05Problems

06The Invasion of Enemy Territory; Bruno Ruger, Translated by Elizabeth Morris

07Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 04; Honinbo Shusai

09Unannotated Games: A Future Meijin (1901, B:Honinbo Shusai, Nakagawa Kamesaburo); Rudolf Aron

10The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 05; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

13Corner Positions Leading to Ko, Seki, or Capture; Bruno Ruger

16Solutions of Problems

VOLUME 02:2 DATED 1951/06

17A Go Master Visits The U.S. (Masayoshi Fukuda)

17New Members

19First Honinbo Title Match Game 6; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Edited By Rudolf Aron

25Even Game Joseki Part III; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

28Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 05; Honinbo Shusai

29The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 06; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

31Unannotated Games 1750?, B:Hakugen Honinbo, 8Dan (1727-1754), W:Inseki Inonye, 7Dan (1707-1772); Rudolf Aron

VOLUME 02:3 DATED 1951/09

33Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Marseille

37Editorial

37Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Kinsburg

38Even Game Joseki Part IV; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

41Problems

42Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 06 & 07; Honinbo Shusai

44The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 07; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

47An Interesting Letter; Ralph Fox

48Solutions to Problems

VOLUME 02:4 DATED 1951/12

49Nine Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger

51Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 08 & 09; Honinbo Shusai

53Please Note; AGA

54Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Robert Gillooly

55The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 08; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

58Honinbo Shusai - Iwasaki Kenzo Game; Translated by Rudolf Aron

59Errata "The Game of Go"

60Even Game Joseki Part V; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

63Four Handed Game; B:Kitani & Go Seigen, W:Suzuki & Segoshi

64Correspondence Go?

64Letter To The Editor; George Chernowitz

64Renewal of Student Memberships

64The Battle is On! (New York Six Week Tournament)

64Two Regular Go Nights (New York Area)

VOLUME 03:1 DATED 1952/03

01Note On Counting During the Game; Walter Marseille

04A Match Between Ninth Degree Masters (Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa) Game 1; B:Fujisawa, W:Go Seigen

06Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 10 & 11; Honinbo Shusai

08The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 09; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

11Seven Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger

12Index of Even Joseki Articles

16Miscellany

VOLUME 03:2 DATED 1952/06

03Problems from the magazine Ki-en

17Hasegawa - Mukia Game; Translated by Rudolf Aron

18Fukuda in Hawaii

18Go in Taiwan

18New York Tournament

18Strength - Degrees and Ranks

23Shusaku - Iwasaki Kenzo Game; Translated by Koshi Takashima

24Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 02; Translated by Koshi Takashima

26Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 12, 13 & 14; Honinbo Shusai

29The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 10; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

VOLUME 03:3 DATED 1952/09

33Invasion of Border Territories Part 1; Kajiwara 6 Dan

35Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 03; Translated by Koshi Takashima

38Ryutetsu - Jowa Game; Bruno Ruger

43Problems

44Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 15 & 16; Honinbo Shusai

46Japanese Glossary

46Solutions To Problems

VOLUME 03:4 DATED 1952/12

49Past and Present Presidents of Nippon Kiin Visit AGA Headquarters

51Errata (v3:2p24)

51Schedule of Points, Grand Tournament of Professional Masters of Nippon Kiin

51Solutions To Problems on page 55

52Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 04; Translated by Koshi Takashima

56Invasion of Border Territories Part 2; Kajiwara 6 Dan

58Takata Gillooly Game; W:Takata, B:Gillooly

60The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 11; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris

61Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 17; Honinbo Shusai

VOLUME 04:1 DATED 1953/03

01A Comparison Between The Rules of Wei-Ch'i and Go; C.C. Ing

04Counting Liberties; Masayoshi Fukuda 6Dan

08Two Problems By a Chinese Emperor; Lien-sheng Yang

09Anomalous Situation - A Letter to the Editor; Lien-sheng Yang

10Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 05; Translated by Koshi Takashima

14Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 18 & 19; Honinbo Shusai

16Answers To Problems on Page 3

VOLUME 04:2 DATED 1953/06

17A Biographical Note on Go Seigen; Lien-sheng Yang


18Answer to the Chosei problem (v04:2p13)

18Errata v01:1p3,p11

19Invasion of Border Territories Part 3; Kajiwara 6 Dan

21A Letter to the Secretary; Albert Lai Moon

22Five Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger

24Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 20; Honinbo Shusai

26Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 06 & 07; Translated by Koshi Takashima

32Miscellany

VOLUME 04:3 DATED 1953/09

33End Play; Koshi Takashima

40Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 08; Translated by Koshi Takashima

42Three Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger

44Honinbo Shusai - Go Seigen 1933-34 Game

47The Structure of Go; Karl Davis Robinson

VOLUME 04:3.5 DATED 1953/11

03A Letter To The Editor; Walter W Marseille

VOLUME 04:4 DATED 1953/12

49Shodan Diplomas Awarded (Robert Gillooly, Katsumi Nishiyama, Yaichi Hayakawa, Karl Davis Robinson, Edward Lasker)

49Tasuko Masubuchi Visits the U.S.

52Masubuchi - Matsuda Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Takao Matsuda

54Masubuchi - Takashima Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Koshi Takashima

56Masubuchi - Taylor Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Scott Taylor

58Masubuchi - Proujansky Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Arnold Proujansky

58Masubuchi - Takahashi Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Rokuro Takahashi

62Masubuchi - Elizabeth Morris Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Elizabeth Morris

63Kido

64A Letter From Miss Masubuchi; Masubuchi

VOLUME 05:1 DATED 1954/03

01Hasegawa - Gillooly Game; W:Hasegawa, B:Gillooly

02Problems

03Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 09; Translated by Koshi Takashima

06Masubuchi - Matusda Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Takao Matsuda

08Masubuchi - Nishiyama Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Katsumi Nishiyama

10Masubuchi - Fox Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Ralph Fox

12Masubuchi - Sorensen Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Ruth Sorensen

13Answers to Problems on Page 2

14Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 21; Honinbo Shusai

16A Gift From Tsushima Sensei

16Chernowitz Library

VOLUME 05:2 DATED 1954/06

17Matsuda - Lee Game

18Kido

18Seki Within Seki; IJ Good

18Visits and Visitors

19Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 22; Honinbo Shusai

20Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 10; Translated by Koshi Takashima

22Eight Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger

24Problems; Koshi Takashima


25Answers to Problems

26Honinbo Shusai - Komura 3Dan

28Go Seigen - Muramatsu Shofu Game

29Answers to Problems Continued

VOLUME 05:3 DATED 1954/09

33Nine Stone New Fuseki; Masui 4Dan

34Nine Stone Game From Masui's Superspeed Improvement Method; Masui 4Dan

35Bell Telephone Laboratories

35Fukuda Visit

36Yasui Senkaku - Honinbo Dochi Game

38Murase Shuho - Honinbo Shueyi Game

39Problems

40Honinbo Shukaku (Takagawa) has again successfully defended his title..

40Matsujiro - Sanchi Game

46Taiwan Prodigy

47Problems Solutions

48Nihon Kiin Awards (Shodan: Nathan J. Fine, Ralph H. Fox, Lien-sheng Yang; Nidan: Koshi Takashima; Godan: Takao Matsuda)

VOLUME 05:4 DATED 1954/12

49Menjo Rengo (Partnership Game)

521954 Honinbo Title Match Game; W:Sugiuchi, B:Honinbo Shukaku

54Handicap Fuseki; Masui 4Dan

55Two Seven Stone Fuseki Studies; Masui 4Dan

56Five Stone Fuseki Study By Iwamoto; Masui 4Dan

58Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 23 & 24; Honinbo Shusai

60Hashimoto - Iwamoto Game; W:Hashimoto, B:Iwamoto

62Honinbo Shueyi - Tamura (Shusai) Game; W:Shueyi, B:Tamura

63AGJ Takes A Sabbatical

THE JAPANESE GO JOURNAL 1954-1956

VOLUME 01:1 DATED 1954/09

01Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 2

03Letters; Juichi Tsushima, Arao Imamura, Kensaku Segoe, Kiyoko Ito

04Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 1

05Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 3

05Reviews of Go Activities In Japan

06Sasada as Students' Champion for 1953

08News From Japan

VOLUME 01:2 DATED 1954/11

09National Championship Match Game 1; B:Takagawa, W:Sugiuchi

11National Championship Match Game 2

13National Championship Match Game 3

14Three Stone Handicap Game; Segoe - Three Amateurs

16Go Activities In Japan

VOLUME 02:1 DATED 1955/01

01National Championship Match Game 4

02Letter From Abroad; Lester and Elizabeth Morris, Felix Dueball, Richard Nethercut

03National Championship Match Game 6

06Go Activities In Japan - Periodicals On Go

07Three Stone Handicap Game

08Match Between Hashimoto and Fujisawa

VOLUME 02:2 DATED 1955/03

09Preliminary Hon-In-Bo Tournament Game

12A Rapid Transit Game

14High Ranking Players Promoted

15Kuwabara - Kikuchi

16Challenger's Tournament For Hon-In-Bo

16Go in U.S.A.

16Honinbo Preliminary Tournament

16Playing Conditions

VOLUME 02:3 DATED 1955/05

17Shimamura - Miyashita Game

19Hashimoto - Fujisawa Game

21Problem

22Cho - Go Game

24Answer To Problem on Page 21

24Go Flourishing In New York

24Hashimoto-Fujisawa Match

24Kikuchi As Hope of Amateurs

24Takagawa Still Champion

24Team Match Between Formosa and Korea

VOLUME 02:4 DATED 1955/07

25National (Hon-In-Bo) Championship Match Game 1; Takagawa - Shimamura

27Problems

28Takagawa - Go Seigen Three Game Match Game 1

29Kikuchi - Kano Game, First Game of a Three Game Match

32Answer To Problem on Page 27

32Newspapers Sponsor Two Matches Between Go Seigen and Takagawa

VOLUME 02:5 DATED 1955/09

33Go Seigen - Takaqawa Ten-Game Match Game 1

33Problems

36National (Hon-In-Bo) Championship Match Game 2; Takagawa - Shimamura

38Gillooly - Segoe

40A 5.5 Point Komi For W

40Answers To Problems on page 33

40Go Seigen Leads In Matches

40Mrs Ito Leads In Women's Championship

VOLUME 02:6 DATED 1955/11

41Go Seigen - Takaqawa Ten-Game Match Game 2

44Women's Championship Match Game 1

45A Four Player Game

46Chevalley - Segoe

48An International Go Tournament

48International Go Tournament To Be Played Under New Rules

VOLUME 03:1 DATED 1956/01

01Hirata - Takagawa Game

04A Study In Non-Handicap Opening Play

05Gillooly - Kim

05International Go Tournament Photo

08A Letter From Karl D Robinson

08Errata Ja54v02:6p45

08The First International Tournament

THE (FIRST)

AMERICAN GO NEWSLETTER 1955

VOLUME 00:1 DATED 1955/08/01

016th Dan Professional Again Visits U.S.A.

02Congratulations, Gentlemen! Promoted to Amateur 2 dan: Robert Gillooly, Yaichi Hayakawa, Walter W. Marseille, Scott Taylor

02Editor of German "Go-Zeitung" Visits New York

02In Memoriam: Richard C. Blanchfield

THE AMERICAN GO JOURNAL 1957-1961


VOLUME 06:1 DATED 1957/04

01Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 1; Kensaku Segoe

02About Volume Six

03Go Seigen - Takagawa Game 7 of 10

06Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 25; Honinbo Shusai

07Problems

08Kyu & Dan

08Solutions to Problems

09Back Issues of the AGJ are Available

09Roger Newlander Translations

09The Game of Go, by A. Smith, is Back in Print

09The State of Go - New Jersey

10Raising Your Strength Part 1: Extensions and Connections

VOLUME 06:2 DATED 1957/07

17Advanced Strategy Part 1; Kaku Takagawa

18Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 2; Kensaku Segoe

20A Contribution To Joseki Study; Takao Matsuda

23Hashimoto vs Sakata

26Raising Your Strength Part 2: Forming Territory

VOLUME 06:3 DATED 1957/12

33The Resurgence of the New York Go Club

35Two Stone Handicap Fuseki Part 1; Minoru Kitani

38Go Seigen - Takagawa

42Advanced Strategy Part 2; Kaku Takagawa

46Erratum v06:1p10

47Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 26; Honinbo Shusai

VOLUME 06:4 DATED 1958/05

49Two Stone Handicap Fuseki Part 2; Minoru Kitani

50AGA Officer Election Results

50AGA Plans to Publish an Anthology

50Good News

50John Goodell Sold over 3,500 Go sets

51Sakata - Takagawa Game

55Advanced Strategy Part 3; Kaku Takagawa

58Raising Your Strength Part 3: Staying Out of Trouble

61Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 3; Kensaku Segoe

VOLUME 07:1,2 DATED 1958/11

01Principles of Opening Strategy: How To Play Along the Side; Kaku Takagawa

21A Six Stone Game; Iwamoto

22Of Solid Matter

22Of Solid Matter

22Takao Matsuda is writing a book on "Basic Form in Go"

22The "AGJ Anthology" is printed and bound

23A Go Primer, by Dr. Gilbert W. Rosenthal, is again available

23Problems

23The Second European Go-Congress

24Raising Your Strength Part 4: Playing White for the First Time

30Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 4; Kensaku Segoe

31Answers to Problems on page 23

32A Rule For Seki

VOLUME 07:3 DATED 1959/05

33Essential Techniques of Go Part 1; Takao Matsuda

37Solutions to Problems (given on page 41)

38Sakata vs Takagawa

41Problems


42Two Stone Handicap Game Part 3; Minoru Kitani

44My Trip To Japan; RA McCallister

46McCallister vs Takagawa; RA McCallister

48Iwamoto & Matsui: A New Yorker's View

VOLUME 07:4 DATED 1959/10

49Essential Techniques of Go Part 2; Takao Matsuda

54News of Go - (1, 2, 4, and 5 degree awarded to American Players)

55Iwamoto vs Matsuda

56Karigane

58Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 5; Kensaku Segoe

60Iwamoto vs Takagawa

64Second Encounter

VOLUME 08:1 DATED 1960/02

01Go Proverbs Illustrated and Explained Part 1; Kensaku Segoe

06Correction to diagram v07:4p51

07Essential Techniques of Go Part 3; Takao Matsuda

12AGA News: Membership Meeting; New Jersey Tournament; Article in "Womens Day"; State of Go in Southern California; News from Go Clubs: Twin Cities, Toledo, Hartford, Seattle, Portland, University of North Carolina, Montreal

13American Chapters of the Nippon Kiin

14Amateur Honinbo Tournament Matsuda vs Kusaka

VOLUME 08:2 DATED 1960/06

17Eastern U.S. Championship - C.S. Shen Defeats Matsuda in Final Round

18Two Stone Handicap Game Part 4; Minoru Kitani

23Honinbo Title Match Kitani vs Takagawa

27Announcement: Termination of offer to provide a copy of the "AGJ Anthology" to each new subscriber; AGA

28Go Proverbs Illustrated and Explained Part 2; Kensaku Segoe

32Well Known Faces


VOLUME 08:3 DATED 1960/09

33Essential Techniques of Go Part 4; Takao Matsuda

37Fujisawa vs Hashimoto

40Go Equipment; American Go Supply

41Two Stone Handicap Game Part 5; Minoru Kitani

43Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 6; Kensaku Segoe

47Go and Go-Moku By Edward Lasker is back in print

47Go News: Japanese Tournaments

47Photos: C.S. Chen and Roger Newlander, Takagawa

VOLUME 08:4 DATED 1961/09

49Takagawa vs Fujisawa

54Essential Techniques of Go Part 5; Takao Matsuda

58Two Stone Handicap Game Part 6; Minoru Kitani

60Problems

61Sakai vs Matsuda

64In Memoriam: Karl Davis Robinson

THE

AMERICAN GO NEWSLETTER 1964-1973

VOLUME 00:2 DATED 1964/11/30

01IBM and BTL held their first tournament

01Takao Matsuda won the 1964 Eastern Seaboard Honinbo Tournament

02First International Go Tournament

VOLUME 00:3 DATED 1964/12/17

01Second International Go Tournament

VOLUME 00:4 DATED 1965/03/01

01Sixth Annual New Jersey Go Tournament

02Rules for Selection of An International Go Team To Represent America in any Tournament held in 1965

VOLUME 00:5 DATED 1965/11

01Eisaku Sato, Prime Minister of Japan, Presented the AGA with a Trophy

01Second Annual IBM and BTL Tournament

01Three players from Midwest challenge Eastern Players

03AGA Annual Meeting

VOLUME 01:1 DATED 1967/06

01Takao Matsuda is New Jersey Open Go Champion for 1967

02Go Club Profiles: Cleveland, Denver, New Jersey, San Francisco, Massachusetts, Seattle

03American Rating System

VOLUME 01:2 DATED 1967/09

01Dr Matsutomo is U.S. Eastern Honinbo for 1967

01The Challenger's Tournament

02Jack Schwartz

03Go Club Profiles: Atlanta, Goose Hollow, Greater Washington, Lakers, Montreal, Purdue University, Stanford University, University of Wisconsin

03Iwamoto Visits New York Area

VOLUME 01:3 DATED 1967/11

01Is the AGA Dead

021968 New Jersey Open Tournament

02Go Club Profiles: Berkley, Hawaii Kiin, New York, New York City, Portland, Princeton

02Play Go By Mail


02Tournament Results: New York Go Club, New Jersey Go Club

03Fukuda, 6 Dan, on Visit

03On Running A Go Tournament Part 1; R.M. Ryder

VOLUME 02:1 DATED 1968/01

01Go Club Profiles: Massachusetts, Holmdel, Whippany

01Know Your Officers - Paul Anderson

01Tournament Results

02The U.S.A. Honinbo Tournament?

03On Running A Go Tournament Part 3; R.M. Ryder

04Fukuda Visits New Jersey

04Go Rating Systems; R.M. Ryder

05The European System

05The Japanese and American Rating System

05The Japanese Professional Rating System

05The Point System

VOLUME 02:2 DATED 1968/03

01Go Club Profiles: La Jolla Go Club

01Lost and Missing Go Clubs

01New York Go Club January Tournament

01Soon Leads In New Jersey Go Tournament 1968

02Go Rating Systems Continued; R.M. Ryder

03Know Your Officers - Walt McKibben

VOLUME 02:3 DATED 1968/04

01Go Trip To Japan

01Soon Wins New Jersey Open "Go" Championship 1968, Ryder Wins New Jersey Part

01The U.S.A. Honinbo Tournament Will Be Held

02Go Club Profiles: Rafu Kiin, Seinan Go Kaisha, Pasadena, Santa Barbara, Gardena, Monterey, Virginia, Univac, Greater Washington, Montreal, Ann Arbor, Chicago Mensa

04Publications Available Through the American Go Association

05Go Club Profiles - New York State Open Championships

05Know Your Officers - Ruth Thompson

05Tournament Results

05Traveling Tournament

VOLUME 02:4 DATED 1968/05

01U.S. Eastern Honinbo Tournament

02Challenge - Purdue vs anybody on the telephone

02New Go Book In English "Modern Joseki and Fuseki"; Richard Bozulich

02News Flash: Dr. R.M. Ryder promoted to 5 dan

03First Go Match by Long-Distance Telephone; R.M. Ryder

04Matsuda Wins New York Go Championship

05Gardena Go Club Tournament

05Go at New York City High Schools

05Know Your Officers - Jay Eliasberg

06On Running A Go Tournament Part 4; R.M. Ryder

07Go Club Profiles: Stanford, Japanese Language Speaking Association, Univac, Montreal, New York, Greater Hartford

VOLUME 02:5 DATED 1968/08

01North American Honinbo Playoffs

01U.S. Western Honinbo Championship

02Matsuda Wins U.S. Eastern Go Championship for Sixth Time

03Annual Father and Son Tournament Won by Horiguchis

03Second U.S. Telephone Match Won by Washington Club

03U.S. Go Players in Tokyo

04Murray Hill Go Club Tournament

04Pasadena Go Club Summer Tournament

04Rafu Kiin, Los Angeles Annual Nisei Week Festival Tournament

04Rules For Playing Go by Telephone

VOLUME 02:6 DATED 1968/10

01Subscription Renewal

02A Note of Thanks From The President and Vice President

02Takao Matsuda Wins North American Honinbo Title

04Biography of Takao Matsuda Six dan

04Plans for the 1969 North American Honinbo Tournament

05Regional and Local Tournaments

06Edward Lasker Trophy Announced

06Unusual Tournament Held in Tokyo

07New York - Massachusetts Tournament

07Other Local Tournaments: New York, Denver Intermountain, Denver Spring Tournament, Rafu Kiin, Whippany, Murray Hill

08AGA Point Rating System

10Go Club Profiles: Pasadena, Chicago, Morgantown, San Francisco

10Miscellaneous Items

ApOfficial AGA Rules for Playing Go by Telephone

VOLUME 03:1 DATED 1969/01

01Report of the Nominating Committee

02Matsuda, Fox, Shao, and Wei Winners in New Jersey Tournament

03Another Telephone Match

03Biography of Professor Ralph Fox

03Eastern Honinbo Tournament Plans

03New England Regional Tournament Plans

03Western Honinbo Tournament Plans

04Gomoku Played by Computer

A Ballot for Officers

A Subscription Renewal

Ap1968 Membership List

VOLUME 03:2 DATED 1969/04

01Report of the Election Committee

02Appeal for Extra Donations - Results

02Message From the Editor

02Message From the New President

02The 1969 North American Honinbo Competition

02Young Kwon wins U.S. Eastern Championship 1969

031969 Western Honinbo Title won by Shigeo Matsubara

04Midwest Honinbo on Warpath

04New York Go Club Elects Officers

04Play Go by Mail

04Tokyo in 1970? See Bozulich!

04Two New Go Books "Modern Joseki & Fuseki, Vol 1" and "Basic Techniques of Go"; R.M. Ryder

06Massachusetts Winter Tournament

VOLUME 03:3 DATED 1969/08

02Help and Important

03Results of New York Go Championships, Matusda Holds 1969 New York Go Championship, Ronald Snyder is Kyu Champion, Nidan Championship is a Triple Tie

04Clobbered Again! Bell Labs loses again to IBM for the 6th time

04First Canadian Go Tournament

05Carlton Chess and Go Club

05Forthcoming Tournaments

05Historical Notes

05Hopewell Go Club

05Massachusetts Go Association Report

05New Jersey Open Tournament

06National Fantasy Fun Federation

VOLUME 04:1 DATED 1970/09

02Editorial

03Matsuda Regains U.S. Eastern Go Championship

03Takao Matsuda Again Wins North American Noninbo Title

03Western Honinbo Tournament Won by S. Matsubara

04China Wins New York International Go Championship

05New Jersey Go Tournament Won by Matsuda and Ryder

06Yugoslav Go Team Visits U.S.A.

07Go Books in English

07More Books From Ishi Press

08La Jolla Go Club

08Personal Notes

08Presidents Message from Dr. R.M. Ryder

VOLUME 05:2 DATED 1971.06

02Murray Hill Go Club Tournament

02Twelfth Annual New Jersey "Go" Championship

031971 European Go Congress

03Comment; AGA

03Obituaries - James Varela, Dr. Gilbert Rosenthal, John Barrs

04Additional Go Equipment

04Go Club Notes: Cleveland Go Club Moves to Case-Western Reserve University

04Go Clubs: New Mexico, Albuquerque, Maryland, Minnesota

04Miyashita Visit

04Tournament Dates

VOLUME 05:1 DATED 1971/01

02Editorial

031970 North American Honinbo Championship Game; Takao Matsuda

05Shibata Wins New York Go Championship

05Tournaments Scheduled for 1971

06Bell Labs Finally Wins One From IBM at the Game of Go

06European Go Players Gain In Numbers and Strength

06Go Libraries in the U.S.

07Availability of Books in English and Low-priced Equipment

07Go Clubs: Detroit, South New Jersey, Harvey Mudd College, Minneapolis

09Miyashita 9Dan Coming to New York

VOLUME 05:3 DATED 1971/12

01From The Editor

02Second U.S. International Go Tournament

03New York Championship Regained By Matsuda

03Rafu Kiin Handicap Tournament

04Seinan Go Kaisha Handicap Tournament

05Foreigner's Tournament In Tokyo Won By The Foreigners


05Go Seigen Visits New York and New Jersey

06Argentine Go Association Formed

06New Building For Nihon Kiin

06Obituary - M. Cohen

07Go Club Notes: Cleveland, San Francisco, Chicago

07Miscellaneous

VOLUME 06:1 DATED 1972/06

01The First Go Lesson - Or How to Teach a Beginner and Have Him Come Back to Play Some More

03Horguchi-Ryder Father and Son Matches

03Matsuda Holds 1972 New Jersey Open Championship in Go, Hamajima New Jersey Champion

04Proposal for a Go Tour by R.A. McCallister

04Travel Notes of R.A. McCallister

05Play Go By Mail

05Visit of Japanese Professionals, Sept 1972

06Go Clubs: Canada, Argentina, Chicago, Cleveland, Murray Hill

06Odd Notes On Go; J.T. Fairbairn, From the British Go Journal

07Coming In The Next Issue

07New York Go Club Tournaments

VOLUME 06:2 DATED 1972/10

011973 Renewal Notice

02An Open Letter from the Editor

03Go Journals: Check List and Availability

03Japanese Go Touring Mission

041972 New York Go Tournament

04Requests

04Third International Team Tournament

04Third North American Honinbo Tournament

05Coming In The Next Issue

05Go Clubs in North America: (60 Clubs listed)

05Miscellany

05Tentative New York-New Jersey Tournament Schedule for 1973

VOLUME 06:3 DATED 1972/12

02Editorial: Good News & Bad News

03Matsuda Holds North American Honinbo Title by 1/2 Point

03New York State Go Championship 1972

04Rafu Kiin Handicap Tournament

05Gardena Go Handicap Tournament

05More Supply Sources

05New Books: "The 1971 Honinbo Tournament," "Go For Beginners," "The Master of Go"

06Go Clubs in North America: Additions & Corrections

06Miscellany

07IBM Beats BTL Again in Annual Match

08A Game From the IBM-BTL Go Match

VOLUME 07:1 DATED 1973/04

01Changes In the AGA and the Go Review

01Editorial

0214th Annual New Jersey Championships 1973

02Suggested: A Go Summer Camp

03Go Clubs in North America: Additions

03New Books on Go in English: "Life or Death," Yasanaga's Best Ten Games

03Official Go Newsletter of the New York Go Club

04Miscellany

04Professional Go Player Visit to U.S.

05Game Between Mr. Ichigen Okubo and Takao Matsuda


VOLUME 07:2 DATED 1973/09

02Editorial #1: Farewell from the Editor

02Editorial #2: Is the AGA Dead? (Continued)

03Editorial #3: The Future of Go in the U.S.A.

04Hamajima Wins U.S. Eastern Honinbo Tournament

05BTL Beats IBM in Annual Match 3-2

05Summer Go Camp?

06Go Clubs in North America: Additions

06Miscellany

07A Listing of Members of the AGA

07On the Proposed American Rules for the Game of Go

ApProposed Rules

THE AMERICAN GO JOURNAL 1974-1995

VOLUME 09:1 DATED 1974/01

00Cover Problem

00Collector's Item: AGJ Back Issues; AGA

01News

02West Coast Report

03Editorial

03Secretary Report

05Focus On Go

061973 International Team Tournament

08Professional Game

10Tsume Go For Dan Players; Kada

11Enjoyable Self-Test; Rin Kai Ho (Meijin)

12Look For Effective Cuts; Kano

13Quick & Dirty Principles of Go: Strategy for Beginners; Milton N. Bradley

15Beware of an Automatic Answer; Magari

15Tesuji to Get Stronger; Fujisawa

161973 New York State Open

16New Go Club - Go Circle

17Answer to Cover Problem

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 09:2 DATED 1974/03

00Cover Problem

00Go Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01AGA News

01Craig Hutchinson Reappointed AGA Librarian

01Go Clubs: Ann Arbor, NJ Champion, Baltimore vs Washington, Delaware Valley

01Go Store open; AGA

01James Kerwin arrived in Tokyo to become the first American Shodan

01Missing Go Reviews

02Twenty-First Annual Tournament

03Editorial; J. Stephenson

03Obituary - Dr. Ralph H. Fox

041974 New Jersey Open

06Group Diagrams In Go; Milo Wolff

08Historical Game; Hasegawa - Kitani

11Answer to Cover Problem

12Hamete; Maeda

13Kanji

15Igo Test For 8th Kyu; Rin Meijin

16New York - Philadelphia Kyu Team Telephone Match

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 09:3 DATED 1974/05

00Cover Problem

00Go Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01American Honinbo Tournament

01Getting Organized

01Go Players' Tour to Nihon Kiin

01Judan Tournament

01Matsuda, 6-dan in semi-finals

01News

01Nihon Kiin Championship

02Judan Title Match 2nd Game; Sakata-Hashimoto

03Editorial

03Letter; Tzu-ping Shao

03Vice President's Memo

04Does Hoshi Cry? Part 1; Kajiwara

08Eastern Go Scene

09Western Go Scene

101974 Pennsylvania State Open

10Go Reviews

11This Summer... a Go tour!

12Questions Of Fuseki; Shimoda

15Answer to Cover Problem; Shimoda

16Igo Test 4th Kyu

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 09:4 DATED 1974/07

00Cover Problem

00Igo; Takashimaya

01Go Clubs: Penn. State Open, Pacific Open Coming in August, Fairfield County Go Club, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Uchikomi, Oklahoma City, Cal Poly, Jamaica, Tri-Cites, North Carolina, Your Club

01News

02Pro Best Ten Tournament

03Letter; Alfred R. Pray

03News From Japan

041974 Pennsylvania State Open

04Answer to Cover Problem

05Tournament Photos

06Go in Argentina

07Direction for Pressing

08Does Hoshi Cry? Part 2; Kajiwara

12Rin's Igo Tests

14One Point Igo Lessons

17New Books; AGA

18Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

VOLUME 09:5 DATED 1974/09

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01News

02Alert AGA Schedule for Professional Visits

02Answer to Cover Problem

03Letter; Litton Go Club

03News from Japan

04Does Hoshi Cry? Part 3; Kajiwara

08Life In The Game of Go; David B. Benson

11Rin's Igo Tests

13What's New in New York?; Games Gallery

14Sakata's One Point IGo Lessons

15AGA would like volunteer to be the Rating Coordinator

16Photos

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 09:6 DATED 1974/11

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Letter; David Levner

01News From Japan

02Eastern Honinbo Tournament Report

03Kitani 9-Stone Game

04Pacific Open Charts

06Tentative AGA Chapter Roster

07Answer To Cover Problem

11AGA Ratings

12Eastern Honinbo & US Kyu Championship

13Eastern Inter-Club Handicap Tournament

14Great Adult Games Store; Games Gallery

14Sakata's One Point IGo Lessons

16Can The American Go Establishment Recover From a Bad Fuseki; Milton N. Bradley


16East Coast Tournament Charts

16NYC Mailjam

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 10:1 DATED 1975/01

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Tournament Calendar

0216th Annual New Jersey Go Tournament

02Letter: Greater Washington Go Club; Ray E. Kukol

02Schedule for the Go Professional's Visit to North America

03Tengen ManeGo; Kitani-Go Seigen

04A Brief History of the San Francisco Go Club

08Answer To Cover Problem

08Letters; Elliot Adams, Robert McCallister, Anton Ninno

10News From Japan

11Complete Set of 1974 American Go Journals

12Sakata's Igo Tests (4th Kyu)

13The AGA National Rating System

13The Value of the First Move; R. Clegg

15One-Piece Tabletop Goban; Games Gallery

161974 Maryland Open Championship Results

17Rating Report

VOLUME 10:2 DATED 1975/03

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Tournament Calendar

02Announcements

02Anyone for Amateur Radio Go?

02Clubs: Michigan State, Massachusetts, Oregon, London

02Correction to Photo v10:1

02Go Reviews Wanted; AGA

02Theory & Go Meeting; Klaus Heine

03Professional Games

05Answer To Cover Problem

05Fun Go Tests; Sakata

07Penn. Open

08Rin's Igo Tests For 6th Kyus

10Numerical Go Ratings & Some Meanings; Art O'Leary

1118 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

15Report On The 1975 New Jersey Open Championship Tournament; RM Ryder

16Rating Report

172nd Annual Maryland Open

174th Amsterdam International

18Games Gallery

VOLUME 10:3 DATED 1975/05

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Tournament Calendar

02Announcements: Pullman/Moscow Go Club, Michigan State University, Indiana University

02Go Reviews; AGA

02Looking for Spring '74 Go Review To Purchase; Harry Gonshor

03End To A Successful Tour: Isamu Haruyama, Yasumasa Hane

04Schenectady Go Club

051975 Pennsylvania State Open Championship Results

06Postal Go In The U.S.; Theodore Drange

0818 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

11Answer To Cover Problem

11Professional Games

13European Go Congress - Synopsis of Tournaments and Events

15On Provisional Ratings; Art O'Leary


15Rating Readout

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 10:4 DATED 1975/07

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

011975 US Kyu Championship - Eastern Division, 1975 American Honinbo Tournament - Eastern Division

02Connecticut State Open

02Maryland Open Tournament Report

03Iwamoto Stop Over

03N.Y.C. Go Scene

03Skilled In Photography?; AGA

04Robinson Go Library; Craig Hutchinson

05Professional Game

07Answer To Cover Problem

0818 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

13Robinson Go Library Listings

16Ratings

17Meet The Mind Benders in Games & Puzzles

VOLUME 10:5 DATED 1975/09

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go Reviews; AGA

01Late Reminder For Eastern Semi-Finals National Championships

02Professional Games

031976 Atlantic Go League

03Iwamoto Professional Team in N.Y.C.

041975 N.Y. State Open Photos

0518 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

10Answer To Cover Problem

11Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

13Robinson Go Library Listings

17Ratings

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 10:6 DATED 1975/11

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01News From Japan

02Announcements

02China Defeats United States in First International Telex Go Match

02Go/Logic Teaching Syllabus Available From Dr. Ted Drange

02Jersey City Championships

02Letter; Carl Harp

0319th European Go-Congress Report; Matthias Thim

03Seminar On Go/Game Theory - Summary Report; Klaus Heine

04The First Annual Connecticut State Open Championships

05Answer To Cover Problem

06Professional Game

0718 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

10Handicap Teaching Game; Matsumoto 7D vs Hisami Hirano 2k

14Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

16Adult Games; Games Gallery

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 11:1 DATED 1976/01

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01A Setback For American Go? "Go Review" may be discontinued

0218 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

021975 Telex Go Match vs China

08Answer To Cover Problem

08Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

10Comments On "The Laws of Wei-Ch'i" and a Counterproposal; William F. Mann

15News From Japan

15Simplified Rating System; Art O'Leary

16Rating Readout

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 11:2 DATED 1976/03

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go Review, Good (?) News

01Tournament Calendar

01U.S. News

02North American Honinbo Title Game

04North American Kyu Championship

06Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

0718 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

10Answer To Cover Problem

11Professional Game Review

13Instructional Game (7 Stone)

16Rating Readout

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 11:3 DATED 1976/05

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go in The Open!

01Honinbo and Kyu Championships

01Tournament Calendar

02Go Books In English Available Through The AGA

02Third Annual Maryland Open Go Championships

02U.S. Go News

0320th Annual European Go Congress and Go Championship

04Professional Game Commentary; Ohira 9D vs Fujisawa 9D

06New Jersey Open Tournament Game Commentary; Takao Matsuda

0918 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

11Pro-Amateur Handicap Game (7 Stone); Awaji 6D vs Yamauchi 1k

14The Kyu Corner; Bob Gross 2k vs Don Decourselle 2k

15Answer To Cover Problem

16Rating Report

18Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 11:4 DATED 1976/07

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Editorial; John Stephenson

02Honinbo and Kyu Championships

02Tournament Calendar

03Calling All Hams! or Wats or TWX! Come In Please!

03Larry Brauner - New AGA Secretary

03Rating System Report

03Wanted To Buy: Out of print Go Books; Anton Ninno

0420th Annual European Go Congress and Go Championship

05Club Charters and Rank Diplomas

05The Passing of "The Great Kitani"

06Let's Go Oklahoma!

06Syracuse University Go Club

06Third Annual Maryland Open - Biggest and Best Yet

06Virginia Commonwealth University Go Club

07The Kyu Corner; Ted Drange 1k vs Ernie Harrison

08Katachi; Sakata

10The Deeper Meaning of Go; Ken Veit


11AGA considers articles for publication; AGA

12Professional Game Records

1418 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

17Maryland Open Tournament - First Round

201973 Honinbo Title Match; Meijin Rin Kaiho vs Honinbo Ishida

22Answer To Cover Problem; Fujisawa

22Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

23AGA Rating Readout

26Igo; Takashimaya

26Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 11:5 DATED 1976/09

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01My Corner: Editorial; Terry Benson

02Eastern Honinbo Won By Kang

02Go Review Subscription Rate Increases

02Tournament Calendar

03Metropolitan Go League; Larry Brauner

03U.S. Team vs Canada

04The Kyu Corner; Michael Brockbank 7k vs Richard Jankowski 8k

05Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

06Which Moves are Bad; Takagawa

07Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen"

0820th European Go Congress; Terry Benson

11Asahi Top Eight Tournament Championship Match

14New York State Open

16Professional Game Records

1818 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

21Notes on the Rating System; Art O'Leary

24Answer to Cover Problem

24Rating Readout

VOLUME 11:6 DATED 1976/11

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01My Corner: Editorial; Terry Benson

023rd London Open Go Congress

02Tournament Briefs

02Tournament Calendar

03Team Match In Toronto

04Haruyama, 7Dan, In New York

04Kansas State University Go Club

04Metropolitan Go League; Larry Brauner

04Postal AGA Go Club

04Zen Go Circle Saki League

05An American Ansafone

05Go Comes to Long Island

05Philadelphia Go Day

05Wanted To Buy; Anton Ninno

06History of the Eastern and North American Honinbo Titles

07Eastern Honinbo Finals

08New AGA Executive Committee Meets

091976 Tournament Champions

09Joseki Journey; Fujisawa

10European Go Championship Final Game Record

13Professional Game Records

1421st Amateur Honinbo Title

16Memorabilia of a Go Congress (Go Songs); Terry Benson

18The Kyu Corner; Ron Schmidt 3k vs Raymundo Gutierrez 9k

2218 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

23The Masters' Quirks; Stuart Dowsey

24Rating Readout

26Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 12:1 DATED 1977/01

00Cover Problem


00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Subscription

03Tournament Calendar

04The North American Honinbo and Kyu Championships

05Go Review Notice

05My Corner: Editorial; Terry Benson

06AGA Executive Committee Meeting

07Go Books In English Available Through the AGA

07Wanted/For Sale

08Club Bulletin Board: Indiana University, Dallas County, New Mexico, The Penn

091976 Mejin Title Match Game 3

09Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen"

09West Coast Champion Wins North American Honinbo for 1st Time

13Professional Game Records

15Teaching Game (7 Stone); Hayashi 9D vs Yamamoto 1k

18The Kyu Corner: The 7x7 Board; Bill Spight

20Answer To Cover Problem

2118 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

23Rating Report

26Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 12:2 DATED 1977/03

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Subscription

03Last Minute Notice! The Michigan Open

03The United States Honinbo and Kyu Championships

04Tournament Calendar

05The New York Championship & New York Handicap Championship

05Tournament Briefs

09First Issue of "Go World" Appears

09No New Notice on Go Review

1021th Annual European Go Congress

11AGA Contact List

15First Kisei Title Series

2018 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

23Answer To Cover Problem

23Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen"

24Rating Readout

26Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 12:3,4 DATED 1977/05

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Subscription

03My Corner: Editorial; Terry Benson

04Go Perspective Planned as New Nihon Ki-in English Magazine

04Tournament and Event Calendar

05The Maryland Open

05The Philadelphia Team Tournament

06Indiana University Holds "The Hoosier Hasty"

06Michigan Open has 20 Entrants

071976 U.S. Honinbo Telephone Match

07Official AGA T-Shirts

07Takagawa Film Now Available to Clubs

081976 North American Honinbo Finals

08United States Kyu Championship Finals

11AGA Executive Committee Meeting

1224th NHK Cup Title Match

16NHK Semi-Final Games

17Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen"

18Let's Change Our Way of Thinking; Miyamoto Yoshihisa

22List of U.S. & Canadian Go Clubs

24The Value of the First Move; Roger Clegg

25AGA Secretary Job Split Up to Spread the Burden

25Wanted/For Sale

264-Stone Handicap Game; Fujisawa Shuko 9D vs Inaba 6d

27Chinese Rule; Bill Spight

28It Can't Happen?! Third Round of the Second Annual Kisei Title

291976 Sino-American Telex Match; Terry Benson

35Mastering Go; Ken Veit

40David Mitchell Sets World Record

4118 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

43Answer To Cover Problem

44Rating Readout

46Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 12:5,6 DATED 1977/09

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02Ann Arbor Go Club Winter Tournament

02Go Day 1978 is January 28th

02New Mexico Go Association Winter Tournament

02Tournament and Event Calendar

0319th Annual New Jersey Open

03A Go Filled September In New York City

03First Annual Long Island Open Go Tournament

041977 Eastern Honinbo Tournament Championship Game

06My Corner: Editorial and Autobiography; Bruce Wilcox

07Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

20Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen"

20Official AGA T-Shirts

20Takagawa Film Now Available

29Twas The Move Before Yose

3318 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

38Solutions To Instant Go Problems; Bruce Wilcox

39Solution To Cover Problem; Bruce Wilcox

40Rating Readout

42Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 13:1 DATED 1978/01

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

0146 Players Attend The First Western U.S. Go Championships in Berkeley

01Eastern Executive Committee Meets to Accept Western Proposal and Formulate Bylaws

01Special Membership Created

01Western Executive Committee Formed

02First Annual Baltimore Korean Open

02Tournament and Event Calendar

031978 American Go Championships

03Massachusetts Go Association Seeks Full-Time Meeting Place

03The Go Review Ghost Lingers On

03Westerners Finally Make Professional Shodan (James Kerwin)

04Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

15Official AGA T-Shirts

2218 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

24Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen"

25Some Western Views

26AGA Seeks Written Teaching Materials

26Congratulations! Philip W. Anderson


26For Sale: Complete Sets of Go Review Magazine

27Western U.S. Go Championships

28Eastern U.S. Go Championships

29Korean Tournaments

29Ottawa Go Tournament; John Katic

30Letters; Robert Ryder, Robert Lerche, Bill Spight, Philip Tracy, Jonathan Skinner, Harold Shindel, Doug Cable, John Reiber

32Club Notices: Gilbert W. Rosenthal Memorial Go Club, Dallas County Go Circle, Zen; Terry Benson

32Go Perspective Still Unborn or Still Born; Terry Benson

33Go World; Ishi Press

33Rating Readout

34Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 13:2 DATED 1978/03

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03First Annual Long Island Open

03Korean Tournament Draws 47 Players

03Wanted: Someone To Produce "The American Go Journal" within the Current Budget

0419th Annual New Jersey Open

04Baltimore Mid-Winter Tournament

04New Mexico Go Association Winter Handicap Tournament

05Alberta Open Draws 44 Players

06Ann Arbor Winter Handicap Tournament

06Official AGA T-Shirts

06Takagawa Film Now Available

07Korean Professionals Visit the U.S.

07Tournament and Event Calendar

08Ann Arbor Go Club Spring Tournament

08Announcing the First Annual Gold Hill Open Go Tournament

08The Maryland Open

091978 American Championship

09Go Summer Camp 1978 In Sweden with Toshiaki Nagahara

09National Amateur Champions to be Brought to Japan

09New Mexico State Championships

101977 American Honinbo Championship Match

15Go Pals in Cleveland; Yang Hwi "Yonny" Cho

17Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

18Club Notices: Pullman/Moscow, San Diego Report, Friday Night Go in Washington, Long Beach Contact, Go In Queens, New Philadelphia Go Contact

18Letters; John B. Colson, Richard Werner

3018 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

3222nd European Go Congress

32Go Camping Norway 1978

33Answer To Cover Problem

33Go World; Ishi Press

34Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 13:3 DATED 1978/05

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Korean Professionals Visit the U.S.

021978 American Go Championships

02Tournament and Event Calendar

035th Annual Maryland Open Draws 34 Players

03AGA, Yoong-Ang Daily News, and Yomiuri Shinbun Sponsor Team Match

03Ann Arbor Spring Tournaments End Tied

03Japanese/Korean Team Match

03New Mexico Go Association Spring Handicap Tournament

03New York Open Go Tournament

03New York State Open Won by Matsuda

04Boards and Stones; Zen

04Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

07Club Notices: New Portland, Atlanta, Kansas University, Brigham Young, Massachusetts, Boulder, Chicago, Baltimore, Whichita State University, Northern Virginia, New Dallas County

09Wanted/For Sale; Anton Ninno, Empty Sky Go Club

12Go World; Ishi Press

17A Footnote to "Go Pals in Cleveland" from v13:2

18Learning to Play Go; Milton M. Bradley

2218 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

24Answer To Cover Problem

25Ranking Readout

26Igo; Takashimaya

VOLUME 13:4,5,6 DATED 1978/07

01An Apology From the Editor; Terry Benson

02Go

0320th Annual New Jersey Open

03The Greater Washington Go Club Kyu Tournament

03Tournament and Event Calendar

03Weekend Tournaments in Oregon

04Ann Arbor Fall Tournament

04Go Tournament; Ann Arbor Go Club

04NMGA July 15 Championships

04Toronto Club Report; Bruce Amos

061978 U.S. Championships

101978 U.S. Eastern Go Championship

11Matsuhara Wins Western U.S. Go Title; Herb Doughty

13Eastern and Western Executive Committees Meet

13Shin Kang Defeats Shigeo Matsuhara for U.S. Title

14Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

19Boards and Stones; Zen

24Canadian Go Association Formally Organized

25First Canadian Open Draws 48

26Surprises At The European Go Congress

27Go World; Ishi Press

28A Selected Bibliography of Currently Available Go Books

28Flash: Expert Wins Wrong Tournament

29Kajiwara Visits New York; Terry Benson

29Two Young Lions

31ANGLO-USSR Telephone Match

32On "Sente" and "Gote" Part 1; Toshiro Yamabe

35The London Go Center Closes; Terry Benson

36Club Notices: Washington DC, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Chicago

36Letters; Yoshinori Imagawa, Ryan Massey, Paul Styar

38Announcement: Seminar on Scientific Theory of Go - at the 1979 European Go Congress; Klaus Heine

38We Must All Publicize Go

39Personalities in The AGA

4018 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

42Colonies Repulse British Attack; Roy Laird

44Computer Go; Bruce Wilcox

51A Request From the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson

51Old Back Issues of "Go Review" Now Available; AGA

52Two Stone Handicap Game

53The AGA Rating System; David Relson

57Rating Readout

VOLUME 14:1 DATED 1979/01

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02A Tragic Loss: Brian Castledine

02Tournament and Event Calendar

02Western Go Professionals in the News

03Go in D.C.

03Go in Oregon

03More Go Coverage

03New York Go Club Elections

0418 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi

06A Thank You: Tako Onishi for Translation of Go Super Book #29 "18 Hints to Improve Your Suji"

06Computers and Go; Terry Benson

071978 U.S. Championship Match

09Washington 1978 Fall Tournament

1020th Annual New Jersey Championships; Bob Ryder

111978 Canadian Open Go Championships

12The New York Go Club - Zen Go Circle Match; Jerry Pinto

13Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox

13Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

14Dolen Chosen World Championship Team Captain

15Boards and Stones; Zen

19Go in California, Pennsylvania, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal, Texas, Washington, Maryland

28AGA Expiration Date; AGA Membership Secretary

28Answer To Cover Problem

30Letters and Comments; John Goon, Roger Barth, Jonathan Skinner, Tom Trilling, Chris Nevison, Francois Petitjean, Tom Reuterdahl

31A Go Tale; Terry Benson

32Rating Readout

VOLUME 14:2 DATED 1979/03

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03Ann Arbor Tournament

03New York Go Club Tournaments

03Quebec Open

03Tournament and Event Calendar

04British Go Players Visit China

04New York Go Club Spring Tournament

05Go in Cleveland, San Diego, Ottawa

05Handicap Tournament: Team Match West Virginia University vs Greater Washington Area

05Sabaki Go Company

05San Francisco Tournaments

0623rd European Go Congress

07Kerwin Defeats 4-Dan in Oza Tournament

08The First World Amateur Go Championship; Terry Benson

10Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

13Boards and Stones; Zen

16Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox

16Wanted/For Sale; Anton Ninno, Empty Sky Go Club

21On "Sente" and "Gote" Part 2; Toshiro Yamabe

24A Target For The Machines?; Dave Erbach


24Old Back Issues of "Go Review" Now Available; AGA

VOLUME 14:3 DATED 1979/05

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03Chinese Team Invited to U.S.

03Rogue Valley Go Tournament

03The New York Go Club is on the Move

03Tournament and Event Calendar

041979 American Go Championships

04Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament

04Iwamoto 9D and Chizu Kobayashi 5D will be in New York for the Eastern Honinbo Tournament

051980 World Amateur Championships

05Maryland Open; Roy Laird

06Go The Master Game; Skip Ascheim

07Complete Set of Go Reviews For Sale; John Stephenson

07Quebec Open

07Sabaki Go Club

081979 New York State Go Championships; Jerry Pinto

09Ann Arbor Tournament

09Baltimore Tournament

09Go in Madison

09New Portland Go Club Weekend Tournament

10Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

17Boards and Stones; Zen

18Ann Arbor vs Cleveland Ratings Match

18British Go Players Visit China; Stuart Dowsey

18Go in California

201978 China-Japan Exchange

21Go World; Ishi Press

21IHC Club Sponsors New York Tournament; Terry Benson

22A Game At The Club; Marlon Magpie

24Organizing The International Esperantist Go-League; Hiroshi Inouye

VOLUME 14:4 DATED 1979/07

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03Club Notices: Los Angeles Seinan-Go Kaisho, Los Angeles Korean Go Club, Fairfax VA George Mason Go Group

03Go World; Ishi Press

03Tournament and Event Calendar

04Largest U.S. Championships Ever Pick 1980 World Amateur Team Members

05Sabaki Go Company

061979 Western U.S. Go Championship

06Boards and Stones; Zen

07New Portland Go Club Tournament; Peter Freedman

07Rogue Valley Tournament

08The First Open Go Championship of the Province of Quebec; Matthias Thim

09Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox

13List of Publications Available Through AGA

18Final Game, 1979 PAEWANG Title

18Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox

211979 World Amateur Championship

23French Go Magazine

24Rating Readout

VOLUME 14:5,6 DATED 1979/10

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Cover Problem


01My Corner; Terry Benson

02French Go Magazine

02The Second Quebec Open Tournament

02Tournament and Event Calendar

03Go Tournament; Ann Arbor Go Club

03List of Publications Available Through AGA

04Baltimore Go Club News

04Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament

04New York Go Club Fall Tournament

05Indiana University Club News

06A Kobayashi Teaching Game

10The 2nd Annual Amateur Go Championship

11A Request From the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson

12Boards and Stones; Zen

12People's Republic of China Visit Report; John Maier

13Kitani: Go and I; Bob Myers

17Go World; Ishi Press

17Professional Visit

18The Preparation & Use of Thickness in a Two Stone Game

20The Suzuki Method for Five Stone Games

23Computer Go; Bruce Wilcox

23Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox

23Official AGA T-Shirts

32Sabaki Go Company

40Computer Go Bibliography; Bruce Wilcox

40For Sale: Books and magnetic set; James Cho

42The 1979 European Go Congress; Terry Benson

46Prize Idea

47First Game 1976 Meijin Match

48Answer to Cover Problem

VOLUME 15:1 DATED 1980/01

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Cover Problem

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03Go Club Activities; Kansas City, Michigan State, New York

03Instant Go Tenuki

03The 1980 Canadian National Championship

04A Note On Last Issue

04Official Chapter Status

04Ratings Change

04Tournament and Event Calendar

05A New York Go Center

06Ann Arbor Winter Tournament

06Official AGA T-Shirts

06The Second Quebec Open Tournament

07New Portland Go Club Championship Tournament; Peter Freedman

07The Toronto Open

08Kim Wins U.S. Championship Finals

10Go Equipment; Tokyo Sales Corp.

11A Sense of Direction

12A Request From the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson

12Boards and Stones; Zen

13Segoe: Life and Death; Bob Meyers

17For Sale: Books and magnetic set; James Cho

17Sabaki Go Company

18A Battle of Champions

19Complete Set of "Go Reviews" For Sale; John Stephenson

21Report on the Go Seminar at the 23rd European Go Congress, Konigswinter; David Benson

22List of Publications Available Through AGA

23Answer to Cover Problem

23Go World; Ishi Press

24Rating Readout

VOLUME 15:2,3 DATED 1980/03

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

031980 U.S. Championships

03Big Brother Changed our Zip Code!

03People's Republic of China Tour

03The 1980 Canadian National Championships

04Go in California, Cleveland, Portland, Florida, Penn State, Tucson

04Honinbo Montreal

04Tournament and Event Calendar

04What A Difference A Year Makes

05Sen Suzuki Settles Seattle

06Is There Go In Denver

07The Second Year of the World Amateur Championships; Terry Benson

12The 3rd Annual World Amateur Go Championships

13Go World; Ishi Press

14World Amateur Championship Game; Matusda vs Chang

16Sabaki Go Company

17A "Little" Life-and-Death Problem; Don Wiener

21The 1980 Maryland Tournament

23Report on the New Jersey Go Tournament; Bob Ryder

24The 2nd Quebec Open Tournament; Tibor Bognar

25Kitani: Go and I; Boy Myers

27Boards and Stones; Zen

29Panasonic Introduces Electronic Go Game

30Bent-4 In The Corner - A Controversial Rule; Don Wiener

31My Trip Abroad; Chizu Kobayashi

35Does the Ladder Work? Problem

364-Stone Handicap Game

41Go Equipment; Tokyo Sales Corp.

43Answer to Ladder Problem

45Complete Set of "Go Reviews" For Sale; John Stephenson

46Segoe: Life and Death; Bob Meyers

48First British National Schools Team Go Championships

48Massachusetts Fall and Winter Open

VOLUME 15:4 DATED 1980/07

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Cover Problem

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03Go News Is Good News; Terry Benson

03Southern California Open & Southern California Handicap

03Tournament and Event Calendar

04Turning Points, A Report by Terry Benson, AGA President

06Korean Champion Visits U.S.; Terry Benson

08Segoe: Life and Death; Bob Meyers

09Easy Go-ing

101980 United States Championships; Terry Benson

141980 Baltimore Midwinter Handicap Tournament

14Baltimore Go Club News; Warren Litt and Jim Pickett

15Teaching Go To Children; Gary A Klein

17Go Equipment; Tokyo Sales Corp.

18Attack and Defense, A Book Review; Roy Laird

18Go Instruction with Ron Snyder


19Manhattan Go Club Opens; Roy Laird

20Oops...... Letters to the Editor; Roger Barth, Warren Litt

21Kyung Kim at the 1980 World Amateur Championship

22French Go Magazine

23Going Boeing

24Go in Princeton

25Wanted/For Sale; Anton Ninno, Empty Sky Go Club

26Lllra Go Club

27A Game From the 1st World Amateur Championships

30The Ontario Open; Pat Thompson

31Kitani: Go and I; Boy Myers

33Go in Dallas

33Go in Tennessee

34Go World; Ishi Press

35A TV First

36Professionals Galore

36Some Eastern Notes

37An Apple II Masters the McMahon

37Eastern Representative Tournament

37Relson Chosen Team Captain

39Letters....We "Don't" Get Letters Error Corrections in Kitani - go and I, Bent-4 In the Corner, Segoe: Life and Death, 4-Stone Handicap Game; AGA

40Answer to Cover Problem

40Ratings Notice

41Rating Readout

VOLUME 15:5,6 DATED 1980/10

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Tournaments Are Springing Up All Over: Manhattan, San Francisco, Seattle Cherry Blossom, Massachusetts, Third Quebec, Eighth Maryland; Terry Benson

01Passing The Torch; Terry Benson

02American Go Journal Staff and Contributors - 1974 to 1980

03AGA Membership Application

04Maryland Open

04San Francisco Quarterly Tournament

04Third Quebec Open

04Tournament and Event Calendar

0525th European Go Congress

05Canadian Championship; Terry Benson

06Go Instruction; Ron Snyder

07The AGA Executive Committees

08A Professional Apology

08Kerwin Update

08Western Committee Meeting

091977 Kisei Tournament Game; Bob Terry

16Manhattan Go Club Fall Tournament; Roy Laird

18Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

191977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match; Bob Terry

19Go in Pennsylvania

19Wanted: The Vital Points of Go and Go Proverbs Illustrated; Sabaki Go Company

21Easy Go-ing

27Go World; Ishi Press

27The AGA Workhorses

28Go Proverbs; Roy Laird

29Southern California Open

29The Proceedings of the 2nd Seminar of Scientific Go Theory; Klaus Heine

30Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament; John Goon

31Shibumi; Roy Laird

32Go in TV Land; Roy Laird

33Manhattan Go Club!


33Ratings Notice; Dave Relson

33Sabaki Go Company

VOLUME 16:1 DATED 1981/03

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

03A Matter of Responsibility

04United States Championships - Labor Day Weekend - September 5th & 6th

05Kerwin Update

05Missing Persons Bureau

05Tournament and Event Calendar

061st Edward Lasker Memorial Tournament

06Obituary - Edward Lasker (1885-1981): An Appreciation; Gerald E. Pinto

09New York's Big Spring Open; Terry Benson

10Northern Virginia Spring Go Tournament; Ken Koester

111981 Massachusetts Spring Open

12A Loss; Terry Benson

14A New Montreal Go Tournament

14Go World; Ishi Press

151981 World Amateur Championship Report

16Notes on the Third World Amateur Championship; Ron Snyder

16Portland Tournament Report

181977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match

19Go Instruction with Ron Synder

24New York State Open Draws Top Field

24Third Quebec Open

25Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

26AGA Gallery

28Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

31Seattle Tournament Draws 28 Entrants

32Rating Readout

33Easy Go-ing

33Manhattan Go Club!

33Sabaki Go Company

VOLUME 16:2 DATED 1981/06

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Cover Problem

01Go

02AGA Membership Application

02American Go Association

03AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

03United States Championships Report

04Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

05First Annual Sen Suzuki Tournament Results

061977 New Player Event Game

07Ratings Change

09Official Chapter Status

11Go Instruction with Ron Synder

12Magic At The Edge of the Board; Don Wiener

16A Match Between USA and Europe

17Go Tournament; Ann Arbor Go Club

17San Francisco Go Club Quarterly

18The Power of A 9-Stone Handcap; Don Wiener

21Go World; Ishi Press

24Back Issues of Go Review Available

25How The Young Edward Lasker Learned About Go, and How He and the World Chess Champion Nearly Went to Japan to Study Go with the Masters.; Jerald E. Pinto

27Some Tips on Finding the Vital Point in Life-and-Death; Sakakibara, Translated by Roy Bogas

29Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

32Ann Arbor Spring Tournament

32Answer to Cover Problem

32Iwamoto Visits The U.S.

33Easy Go-ing

33Manhattan Go Club!

33Sabaki Go Company

VOLUME 16:3 DATED 1981/09

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

03Second Annual L.A. Baduk Club Championship; Les Lanphear

04United States Championship Won by Charles Huh

05A Capital Tournament; Ken Koester

06Hands Across The Water; Ken Koester

081981 Maryland Open

10Go in Los Angeles

11Leeds Grammar Successfuly Defend Their Title; Stuart Dowsey

11Lightning Go; Milton N. Bradley

12Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

16Go World; Ishi Press

17Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

18Oki-Go, a four stone game; Miyamoto Naoki

22Official Chapter Status

241977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match; Bob Terry

25Ratings Change

31Easy Go-ing

31Manhattan Go Club!

32Go Instruction; Ron Snyder

32Sabaki Go Company

33Rating Readout

VOLUME 16:4 DATED 1981/12

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

03Manhattan Go Club Moves to 47 West 44th St.

03New Jersey Go Tournament; Bob Ryder

041982 Quebec Open Championship; Tibor Bognar

05The 4th World Amateur Go Championship; Tibor Bognar

07Even The Blossoms !! A Report on the Northern Virginia Cherry Blossom Tournament; Ken Koester

09Instant Go Revisited; Kenneth M. Koester

10Oki-Go, a four stone game; Miyamoto Naoki

14List of Publications Available Through AGA

151982 Massachusetts Spring Open

15Books Wanted; Max Barnard

15Changing of the Guard in Seattle; Mike Rosen

162nd Annual Tengen Tournament, Best of 5, Game 2

17Go World; Ishi Press

20News From Japan; Bob Terry

21Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

22Did You Know...

22Showing The Stones: Tips on Photographing Go; Kenneth M. Koester, Jr.

24Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

31Go Instruction; Ron Snyder


32Did You Know...

32Sabaki Go Company

33Rating Readout

VOLUME 17:1 DATED 1982/03

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

03New York State Open Draws 46 Players

04Go in Oregon

04Go in Ottawa

051982 BC Open Go Championship

05Vintage Go '82

0613 Line Go; Terry Benson

086th Annual Meijin Tournament Challenger League, Game #6; Bob Terry

09Go in Ohio

11Go in Washington State, Minnesota

13Go in North Carolina

15Sabaki Go Company

16Fuseki: Toward Becoming Shodan; Hashimoto Shoji, Translated by Dennis Waggoner

19Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

20An Open Letter to the AGA Members from Sidney Kobashigawa, U.S. Representative at the 4th World Amateur Go Championship

21Go in Iowa

22Presenting Pente; Barbara Calhoun

23Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

27Go in Sonoma County

28Go in River City, Kansas City, Syracuse

32A Small Keshi of Last Issue (Correction v16:4)

33Easy Go-ing

33Go World; Ishi Press

VOLUME 17:2 DATED 1982/06

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

031982 Maryland Open

03AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

04Manhattan Go Club Fall Tournament

05A Thank You - AGA Go Library Donation

05Canadian Championship Tremendous Success

05No News is No News

06More U.S. Championship Scenes

07U.S. Championship Prizes

08Jimmy Cha: America's Unknown Pro; Bob Terry

09Easy Go-ing

10Upset Victory For A Veteran

12Kubouchi's Breathtaking Sacrifice Strategy

13Go in Cleveland

13Second Annual Inter Ethnic Cleveland Go Tournament

17Sabaki Go Company

18Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

19The Cause of Victory; The Cause of Defeat; Ota Kiyomichi

20A Request from the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson

23The 1982 European Go Congress

24Go in Los Angeles

25Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

31Back Issues of Go Review Available

31Go World; Ishi Press

32Rating Readout


33Master Go Game

VOLUME 17:3 DATED 1982/09

00Cover Problem

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03In The Beginning; Kenneth M. Koester

03My Corner; Terry Benson

04AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

04AGA Western Executive Committee Minutes

04Fantasylair '83

05Go in Vancouver: Summer, '82 Highlights; Roy Langston

05Southern California Inaugural

06Baubles, Bangles, and Beads

071982 Greater Washington Fall Go Tournament

08Three Tie In Ann Arbor

08U.S. Championship Game

09U.S. Contenders Final Match - Game 3

10Go in Japan

10Strength Through Humility; Kenneth M. Koester

11Go in Sacramento, Chicago

12Kido Sponsored Rivals Match

17Go in Maryland

17Sabaki Go Company

19Go in Columbus

20Easy Go-ing

21Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

22Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

27Answer To Cover Problem

27Go in Kansas City

27Mass Go Association Fall Handicap Tournament

28Go in Ottawa, Santa Rosa, Illinois

28The Vivisection of an Opening

30Visiting A Country Temple on a Winter Day

31Did You Know...?

32Did You Know...?

32Go World; Ishi Press

32Inter-City Computer Go

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 17:4 DATED 1982/12

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03Views: The Goplayer's Guide to the AGJ; Kenneth Koester

04AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

04News

05Go World; Ishi Press

06Triumphal Tour of Japan

07Go Proverbs Devastated

07Summer Go In Boulder; Skip Ascheim

08Strength Through Humility; James Kerwin

10Easy Go-ing

11When Is Ko not a Ko?; Bob Terry

121981 Honinbo League

13Did You Know

19Goings On

19The Vivisection of an Opening

22Did You Know

23The British Go Association

24Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

25Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

26Sabaki Go Company

29Did You Know

29Did You Know

31A Request From the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson

32Rating Readout

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 18:1 DATED 1983

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03Views; Ken Koester

04News

04The 1983 Montreal Honinbo Tournament

04The First Southern California Open Go Tournament

05Did You Know; Ted Drange

05The 1983 Quebec Open Championship

05The Midwest Handicap Tournament

06My Dream Come True Part 1; Les Lanphear

091983 Massachusetts Spring Open

09Go Proverbs Devastated

09Sabaki Go Company

10A Man of Many Levels: Les Lanphear; Kenneth M. Koester

14Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

15The Professional Eye; Jimmy Cha

17Go Proverbs Devastated

19Review: "Enclosure Josekis: Attacking and Defending the Corner"

20Takagawa on Profit and Influence; Bob Terry

25Did You Know; Ted Drange

27Easy Go-ing

27Go World; Ishi Press

28Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

32AGA Classified For Sale: Out of Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

32AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 18:2 DATED 1984/04

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

031983 Canadian Open Go Championships

03Cleveland Dog Days Regional

03Denver Korean Association

03Michael Redmond Reaches 3 Dan

03News

04First Release of the Dan Maker Series; Bill Skees

04Mountain View Go Club Handicap Tournament

04My Corner; Terry Benson

04World Youth Tournament

05My Dream Come True Part 2; Les Lanphear

10Go in Canada

10Go World; Ishi Press

11The European Go Congress; John Beckett

13Cho Chikun: From Shodan to Superstar; Bob Terry

21Go in Californina

23Easy Go-ing

23Go Lessons by Jimmy Cha

23Sabaki Go Company

24Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

25Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

27Go in Wisconsin

29Go at Litton Industries

31AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

32National Go Society


33Master Go Game

VOLUME 18:3 DATED 1984/07

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03A Congressional Idea; Haskell Small

03Come One Come All to the U.S. Championships

03Here She Comes Again; Roy Laird

04AGA Tournament and Event Calendar

04Chinatown Go Club Finds New Quarters

04Cho Chi Kun Visits the U.S.

04Club Corrections

04Late News

04Manhattan Go Club Moves Up The West Side

05The High Cost of Swindling; Bob Terry

07Did You Know

09For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

13Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

14First Release of the Dan Maker Series; Bill Skees

14How To Tell Chess Where To Go

15Reasons For Preferring Go To Chess; Ted Drange

17The 1983 Eastern Championship Match

20Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

21Go Proverbs Devastated

23Go World; Ishi Press

23Sabaki Go Company

24Computer Go: Part 5; Bruce Wilcox

25Another Go Club Springs to Life

26Easy Go-ing

27Vacation In Paradise; Joel Sanet

30Go Lessons by Jimmy Cha

31Rating Readout

32National Go Society

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 18:4 DATED 1984/11

01Go

02American Go Association

03My Corner; Roy Laird

04Cleveland's Carlson Open

04Go News

04Places: Go In Los Angeles, Tokyo

04Players: Michael Redmond

05Annual Portland Tournament

05Tournaments Remembered and To Come

05U.S. Championships

05Vintage Go In Winery

06All A-Board; Roger White

06Did You Know

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

08Diabolical Handicap Play; Yamabe Toshiro, Translation Bob Terry

09Go World; Ishi Press

15Mini-Lesson in Tesuji

16The First United States Go Congress, August 10-18, 1985

17Seasons Greetings

18Half A World Away, The 1st World Youth Wei-Ch'i Championship

20The Ing Rules

24TV Star

25Sabaki Go Company

26Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

31Danmaker Series


31Easy Go-ing

32National Go Society

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 19:1 DATED 1985/02

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03AGA Works with Computer Network

03Janice Kim wins Again

03Matsushita Endows Education Fund

03Redmond & Kobayashi Attend U.S. Tournament

04The 1984 Canadian Open

04Tournaments & Events

05NEMESIS Is Here! - Finally! A Computer Program That Really Plays; Tracy Wall

06All A-Board; Roger White

06Postal Go: More Than Just The Game; Roger White

07Go And Cognitive Psychology; Peter Shotwell

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

09Championships Gallery

09Easterns; Peter Shotwell

09The 1984 U.S. Championships

09Westerns; Joe Walters & Les Lanphear

10The 1985 WAC Championship Match

11Three Ways to Kadoban; Roy Laird

12The First United States Go Congress, August 10-18, 1985

13Nakayama Noriyuki: A Reminiscence; Marvin Allen Wolfthal

18Nakayama at Edinburgh; Andre Moussa

21East Coast Chinro

22The 1984 European Go Congress; Dave Weimer

24Answers to Nakayama Problems

25Danmaker Series

25Go-ing on Fifty

28Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

31Go World 1985; Sabaki Go Company

32National Go Society

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 19:2 DATED 1985/05

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03Go Congress to See Large Turnout

03Go in New York

03Go News

03Historic Pro-Pro Game, Japan-U.S. Telematch in San Francisco

03Late and Great News from the 7th World Amateur Championships

03Places

04A Really Big Move

04Danmaker Series

04Tournaments & Events

05Letters To The Editor; Bob Ryder, Melvin Rosenfeld, Max Warshauer

06All A-Board; Roger White

06Go Day in San Francisco; Bob Hamilton

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

08Cho vs Otake: The Long and Winding Road; Bob Terry

08Go, Ghosts and Gambling - Is There Life After Death?; Peter Shotwell

12Go Proverbs Devastated

13The 1984 U.S. Western Championships

14NEMESIS? He's The One Not Eating a Sandwich; Bruce Wilcox

17The First United States Go Congress, August 10-18, 1985

18Sketching Out the Game; Kobayashi Chizu

19Kobayashi Chizu: A Woman In Go; Susan Long

21Go World 1985; Sabaki Go Company

22Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

23Comic Art In Japanese Society; Conrad Skinner

31Solutions To Kobayashi Problems

32National Go Society

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 19:3 DATED 1985/08

00Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp

01Go

02American Go Association

03My Corner; Roy Laird

04Letters To The Editor; Jung Soo-Hyon, Joel Sanet

05Go News

05Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Book Review

05Places

05The Second World Youth Tournament

05Tournaments & Events

06Hun Takes Fifth at 1985 WAGC

071985 IGF Delegate Report: My Trip To Japan; Barbara Calhoun

08The International Go Federation

09The American Go Journal: A Retrospective; Peter Shotwell

29Easy Go-ing

29The Swan and 1000 Miles

30Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

32National Go Society

33Master Go Game

VOLUME 19:4 DATED 1985/12

00National Go Society

01Go

02American Go Association

03Go News

03November Contest in San Francisco

03Tournaments & Events

03U.S. Go Congress 86 Seattle, Washington

04Michael Redmond Makes Professional 5-Dan

04Young Yanks

05Go World; Ishi Press

05Janice Kim Takes 2nd in Youth Tournament

06All A-Board; Roger White

06The Ann Arbor One-Day, Six Round Tournament: An Instant Pairing System; Dewey G. Cornell

07Dr. Drange's Go Theorems

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

08Mr. Ing's Computer Competition

09Playing On a Large Scale - The First U.S. Go Congress; Roy Laird

09This Year Give Go - A Christmas Tesuji; Sabaki Go Company

161985 Westerns

16Rin and O Tour

17The Hiroshima Game; Yonny Cho, Translated by Peter Shotwell

19Danmaker

21Easy Go-ing

21Japan-China Super Go

22Guerrilla Tactics For Beginners; Bob Terry


23Go Proverbs Devastated

26Club and Rating News

28Overheard At the Go Congress

30For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

31Solution to The Swan and the 1000 Miles

32Book Review "Graded Go Problems for Beginners"

33Go Quality sets imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading

VOLUME 20:1 DATED 1986/02

00National Go Society

01Go

02American Go Association

03Souvenirs; Joe Engel

04Youth Championship Playoff

05Letters To The Editor; Jonathan Wood, Joel Sanet

06All A-Board; Roger White

06Five Minutes To More Cultured Go-Playing; Janice Kim

07A Chat With Jerry Rogers

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

08Go News

08Graded Go Problems For Beginners, Vol 2

08Japan-China NEC Super Go

08NEMESIS In Taipei

08Third U.S. Chinese Tour

09Go in Israel

09Go in San Francisco

09Tournaments & Events

10A Go Retreat - James Kerwin Comes to Wisconsin; Edward Ream

12The Five Worst Moves in 1985; Kageyama Toshiro, Translation Terry Gallagher

13Go in Seattle

17Danmaker

18Michael Redmond An American Professional

19Because I Love The Game - Redmond Interview Part 1; Les Lanphear

21Redmond Game Jigo in Spite of Himself

24Go in New York

25Go Retreat in Canada

25Redmond Analysis - Redmond v. Kofoku

261985 U.S. Championship Match Game 1

26U.S. Go Congress 86

27Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

27Subscribe To "Go World"; Sabaki Go Company

VOLUME 20:2 DATED 1986/05

00National Go Society

01Go

02American Go Association

03AGA Go PIG Formed

03Attention All Programmers

03Go News

03Tournaments & Events

04Danmaker

04North America's World Youth Championship Representatives Chosen

051986 United States GO Congress

07Computer Workshop at the European Go Congress

07Eastern U.S. Championship Al Fresco

07Electronic Go Board

08All A-Board; Roger White

08Long-Distance Go; Carl Mendez and George Meyer

09Go and Fencing - Review of "Gote No Sente"

09Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell


10Because I Love The Game - Redmond Interview Part 2; Les Lanphear

13Redmond Analysis - Redmond vs. Kazuhiro

14Chinese Problems

151985 China Goodwill Tour; Richard Dolen

16Winning Through Mental Discipline - The Ten Commandments of Go; Otake Hideo, Translated by Bob Terry

23For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

24The First Ing Computer Go Championships; Bruce Wilcox

25On The Enjoyment of Go; Ishiure Noboru, Translated by Robert McGuigan

26Subscribe To "Go World"; Sabaki Go Company

27Solutions to Chinese Problems

29Corrections: Ted Drange small boards

29Tournament News

30Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

33Go: Quality Sets Imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading

VOLUME 20:3 DATED 1986/08

00National Go Society

01Go

02American Go Association

03Ann Arbor's Winter Icebreaker

03Go News

03Tournamania! - Have You Played In a Tournament This Year

04Boston Breaks Attendance Record

04Toronto Open

05Denver Debut

05Kansas City Hosts Championships

06All A-Board; Roger White

06Go By Golly By Post; Tom Schmidel

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

07The Game of Wei Chi, Book Review

09The Eighth World Amateur Championship; Barbara Calhoun

13East Meets West: A Game From the 1986 World Amateur Go Championship; Ron Snyder

14Electronic Go Board

15AGA Vailable - "The Way To Go"; Karl Baker

16To My Neighbors On The Same Floor; Anne Dicky

18Tele-Tsuke Lets You Take on the World

19Getting The Most Out Of The Opening Part 1; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry

20Subscribe To "Go World"; Sabaki Go Company

21For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

25Calling All Programmers

26Cleveland's Carlson Open

26Soup's On In Baltimore

27New York Kyus Up

27Tuesday Beginner's Tournament in San Francisco

28Danmaker

29Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

32Rating Readout

33Go Quality sets imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading

VOLUME 20:4 DATED 1986/11

00National Go Society

01Go

03American Go Association

03Chinese Tour

03First 1987 Kisei Playoff Game to Be Held in Los Angeles

03Go News

041986 Computer Congress

04More Tournamania?!

04San Francisco Golden Anniversary

05Tele-Tsuke Lets You Take on the World

05Tournaments & Events

06The 1986 Eastern US Championship - Stones Rustling in An Empty Sky

07The Way To Go

08Danmaker

08The International Computer Go Forum; David Erbach

09Third World Youth Wei-ch'i Championships; Bruce Wilcox

10All A-Board; Roger White

10The Amateur's Song (Song)

11Tesuji (Song)

11The Major Windler (Song)

12Electronic Go Board

12Send the Gift of Go - 1986 Ranka Yearbook; Sabaki Go Company

13The Second US Go Congress; Roy Laird

25Getting the Most Out of the Opening Part 2; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry

29For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

31Easy Go-ing

32Now You Can't Afford To Miss The Best Go Games in the World!; Ishi Press

33Go Quality sets imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading

VOLUME 21:1 DATED 1987/02

00National Go Society

01Go

02American Go Association

03Dan-Kyu Commentary Exchange Proposed

03Does Ellery Queen Play Go?

03Go News

03World Youth Playoff

04Tournaments & Events

05LA Kisei; Gary Roberts

06The Third U.S. Go Congress, August 8-16, 1987, Northhampton, MA

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

07Thoughts On "The Protracted Game" Book Review

08Chinese Pros Tour US

10Electronic Go Board

12Two Valiant Efforts

13The Amateur Rating System In Japan

14Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

15Ishi Press International Plays A Fast-Pace Opening

16Getting the Most Out of the Opening Part 3; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry

19Let's Go

19NEMESIS...The Go Master; Crystalline Creations, Inc

19Play Go In A Rarefied Atmosphere

22Oops! Photos v20:4p14-15

25Go in North Texas

29Computer Go; David Erbach

29Sabaki Go Company

29Tele-Tsuke; AGA

29The Way To Go; Phil Straus

31Did You Miss...These Valuable Back Issues of AGJ

32Serving Go Players in America; Ishi Press

33Go Quality sets imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading

VOLUME 21:2 DATED 1987/05

00National Go Society

01Go

02American Go Association

03Bi-coastal Cherry Blossoms

03Miami and Texas Debut

03NJ Open At Rutgers

03The More The Merrier: Nine Regional Tournaments Welcome Spring

04Fourth World Youth Championship In Hong Kong - Two From L.A. Will Represent North America

04Ishi Presses Onward - Third New Title In Under A Year

04Ratings Issue Heats Up - National Committee Formed

05First Inter-City Club Competition - Tele-Tsuke Will Link Cleveland and Baltimore

05Tournaments & Events

06All A-Board; Roger White

06An Open Letter to The AGA; Robert McCallister

07A Long Way To Go

07Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

08The Third U.S. Go Congress

09The L.A. Kisei Game

10First Mejin Game In New York

11Cho Hoon-hyun Meets The New Wave; Badok Magazine, Translated by Janice Kim

15Electronic Go Board

16The Power of Go; John Power

20Fuseki Master; Skees Associates, Inc.

21A Fight To The Finish

23Available From The AGA

23Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach

23Let's Go, Let's Go Master; The Tank

24Reducing Territorial Frameworks, Book Review; Wynne Evans

25Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

28Boston, SF, Philly, Denver

28For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

29NEMESIS...the Go Master; Crystalline Creations, Inc

32June Special "Graded Go Problems"; Sabaki Go Company

32The Quaking

33Become A Go Master!; Ishi Press

VOLUME 21:3 DATED 1987/08

00National Go Society

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News

03NEMESIS Chosen Game of the Month

03Redmond Scores

03Summer Tournament Scene

04Batting 1000

04Going, Going...Gonshor

04The Tenth Canadian Go Championship, Go-ing All Out

04Tournaments & Events

05High Notes; Bob High

05NEMESIS - 15 Kyu and Counting

06Go And Thinking Part 1


06Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

07The Ninth World Amateur Go Championships; Haskell Small

08For The Children - James Chen's American Go Institute

09Sabaki Go Company

10Popular Openings; Jeong Soo Hyun, Translated by Kim Kae-yool, edited by Wynne Evans

12Let's Go; The Tank

14Words of The Masters

17At the Meijin's Teaching Hall; Fujisawa Shuko, Translated by Bob McGuigan

21Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach

22NEMESIS...the Go Master; Crystalline Creations, Inc

23Thinking About Go Part 1; Edward K Ream

27Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

29Available From The AGA

32Electronic Go Board

32Game Analysis; Sen Suzuki

33Become A Go Master!; Ishi Press

VOLUME 21:4 DATED 1987/11

00National Go Society

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Editorial; Roy Laird

04A World Pro Go Championship - $1 Million

04Go News

05Corrections: Last Year's Congress Issue

05Tournaments & Events

05What Makes A Winner

06Broadening Your Go Horizons "Go" (Dutch), "The Deutsche Go-Zeitung" (German), "Go- Revue Francais du Go" (France); Bob High

07Meijin Masters Manhattan

10The Meijin: An Ancient Lineage

12The Fourth World Youth Wei-chi Championship; Harry Gonshor

13A Game of Go; Haskell Small

13Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach

13Easy Go-ing

13Electronic Go Board

14Masterpieces of Handicap Go

17Go World; Sabaki Go Company

18Mass Appeal - The Third US Go Congress

22Go Parodies 1987

24The Professionals

28Protocol: How To Act at a Professional Simultaneous Event

32Prizewinners 1987 US Go Congress

34Our Newest Professional...New Mexico's Janice Kim

35Available From The AGA

35Let's Go

36Killers By Kim

36The Second Book of Go, Book Review

37For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

38NEMESIS...The Go Master; Crystalline Creations, Inc

39Computer Go; Crystalline Creations, Inc

39Instant Go; Crystalline Creations, Inc

40Thinking About Go Part 2; Edward K Ream

42In Praise of Tsume Go (Life and Death) Part 1; Nobuaki Maeda, Translated by Bob Terry

43Did This Man Teach George Washington To Play Go?; Jaap K. Blom

45And In English Too!, "The Canadian Go Review", and "The British Go Journal"

45Vital Statistics

46Answers To Kim's Killers

48Maeda's Life and Death Answer to Problem

49Become A Go Master!; Ishi Press

VOLUME 22:1 DATED 1988/01

00National Go Society

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03My Corner; Roy Laird

04Fujitsu Sponsors First World Go Championship

04Go News; Roy Laird

04Native Talent - The Sheraton Sponsors American Professional Event

05Local and Foreign Programs Split Prizes In Third International Computer Wei-ch'i Congress

05World Pro Cup and Fifth Youth Championship To Be Held Together In Paris

06First 1988 Kisei Game Held In Honolulu

06NEMESIS Moves Ahead

06San Francisco Setback

07A Hallowed Game

07Obituary - Deborah Osborne

07The Bay Area Gets a Pro

08A New Record

08Bay Area Workshop

08Live At Five

08MACRave

08MD Magazine; Marilyn Stern

08Public Radio

08Small Moves

08We're A Sport

09Tournaments & Events

10High Notes; Bob High

10New AGA Software

11Dan-Kyu Very Much

11Rating Program

12All A-Board; Roger White

12Make Your Own Demonstration Board; Roger White

131987 U.S. Championships

16Killers By Kim

17Life and Death From A to Z, (A,B,C); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

18Go And Thinking Part 2

18Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

19The Fourth U.S. Go Congress - July 30-Aug 7 - Berkeley, CA

20Masterpieces of Handicap Go

21A Game of Go; Haskell Small

23The Way To Go; AGA

24NEMESIS...the Go Master; Toyogo

24NEMESIS...the Joseki Tutor; Toyogo

26Direction of Play; Ken Koester

26How to Report Tournament Results

27Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

33Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach

33For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

33Let's Go, Let's Go Master; The Tank

35Killers by Kim - Answers

36Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

36Read This Aloud; Phil Straus

40Good Aji

40Janice Kim Commentary by Mail

40The American Go Institute; Yi-len Yang 6-dan

41A Traditional Go Ban for under two hundred dollars!; Ishi Press

VOLUME 22:2 DATED 1988/03

00National Go Society

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03My Corner; Roy Laird

04Four on a Match

04IBM Sponsors Go Championship in Japan

05Go and Sexual Intimacy

05Go on CompuServe

05Learn Go by Mail - American Go Institute Offers Correspondence Course; Richard Dolen

05Nikko Hotel Match in San Francisco

06Big Orange Gets Bigger

06Harvard Dans

06No Va Cherry Blossom

06Sake To Me

06San Francisco's Winter Winners

06Seattle Cherry Blossom

06Texas Triumph

06Tournament Notes

06Wild Midwest

07Flash! Janice Kim...

07K.C. Midwest Championships

07Tournament Report Program

08Errata AGJ 22:1: News, Masterpieces of Handicap Go, Kim's Killers

08For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

08Tournaments & Events

09Go And Thinking Part 3

09Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

10Fujitsu Cup

12Masterpieces of Handicap Go

1610 Steps To More Effective Work with Beginners

18Anders Kierulf's Smart Go Board; Dave Erbach

18High Notes; Bob High

19The Fourth U.S. Go Congress

20Reading Ahead

22NEMESIS...the Go Master; Toyogo

23NEMESIS...the Joseki Tutor; Toyogo

24Killers By Kim

25Life and Death From A to Z, (D,E,F); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

26Killers by Kim - Answers

27Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

28Direction of Play; Ken Koester

29Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

34Electronic Go Board

34Janice Kim Commentary by Mail

34The American Go Institute

40A Game of Go; Haskell Small

40Computer Go; David Erbach

40Star of Poland; The Tank, Inc

40Two New Books: "The Power of the Star Point" and "The Magic of Go"; Ishi Press

VOLUME 22:3 DATED 1988/07

00National Go Society

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03The AGA Prepares for the 90s

05An American Pro-Am Championship

05Go News; Roy Laird

05Michael Redmond Promotes to 6-Dan

05Too Much To Talk About

06Being A Sport

06The Iwaki Cup


06The Kisei In New York

07Carlson Memorial Becomes Regional

07Central Region Establishes "Triple Crown"

07Philly Stakes

07Pros On The Move

08Electronic Go Board

08Tournaments & Events

0910 In a Row: The Tenth World Amateur Go Championship; Barbara Calhoun

1012 Kyu Go Program? - Star of Poland; The Tank

10Go Conference on BBS; The Tank

11A Game of Go; Haskell Small

11Lim vs. Schlemper at the WAGC; Mr. Lim

12Corrections: Life & Death from A to Z

12For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

12Killers By Kim

13Life and Death From A to Z, (G,H,I); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

14Seattle Sheraton Sponsors U.S. Professional Event

16The Fourth US Go Congress; Roy Laird & Phil Straus

17Do Go Players Have More Testosterone?

22Teach Your Children: An Interview with Wang Runan; Roy Laird

23First Unified US Championship; Roy Laird & Phil Straus

25The 1988 Annual AGA Board of Directors Meeting

26Committee Reports

271988 U.S. Championship Title Game

27Janice Kim Commentary by Mail

27The American Go Institute

28Masterpieces of Handicap Go

31The 1989 US Fujitsu Open

34Smart Go Board; Anders Kierulf

35Killers by Kim - Answers

36NEMESIS...the Go Master; Toyogo

37NEMESIS...the Joseki Tutor; Toyogo

37Wanted: $100,000 for NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

38A Choice Old Masterpiece "The Game In Which Iwata Was Beaten To Death"; Miyazawa Goro, Translated by Tsugio Hattori & Bob McGuigan

38The Heart Stopping Move of Ishigaya

39AGA Products

39GoReport

39GoTour

39How To Start A Go Club; AGA

39Posters

39Tele-Tsuke

39The Way To Go

40Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

41Learn Go From the North American Champion! COSMOS; Ishi Press

VOLUME 22:4 DATED 1988/10

00The Fifth U.S. Go Congress, August 6-13, 1989, Rutgers University

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Redmond Beats Takemiya

03World Cup

04Go in Shangri-La - Ing's World Pro Cup Comes To Beijing

04Go West, Young Players! - Ings World Youth Wei-Chi Championship Comes To Paris

05Meijin Magic

06AGA Selects New President

06Another American Korean Professional

06Chinese Pro Games In L.A.

07Korea Tour

07Tournaments & Events

08The Kisei In New York

102nd Fujitsu Cup - North American Playoffs in Seattle; Bill Camp

12Flash Cha's Success Continues

13High Notes; Bob High

13Who We Are: A Membership Survey

14Go Posters; Roger White

14The Way To Go; AGA

14We Are OpeNetwork; The Tank

15A New Way To Go

15Go Moon

15In Print

15The Magic of Go

16The Power Of The Star Point, Book Review

16The Seventh Annual Meijin Sen - Takagawa vs Rin

18For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson

19Give It Your Best Effort, an Interview with Phil Straus; Roy Laird

20How To Start A Go Club; AGA

21Three Terminal Groups: AMCOM Network, The OPENNetwork BBS on Go & Computers, The GoBoard

22Killers By Kim

23Life and Death From A to Z, (J,K,L); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

24Killers by Kim - Answers

25Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

26NEMESIS...the Go Master; Toyogo

27NEMESIS...the Joseki Tutor; Toyogo

28Origins: Part 1; Peter Shotwell

28Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

29Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander

29Tele-Tsuke; AGA

33A Game of Go; Haskell Small

35Janice Kim Commentary by Mail

35The American Go Institute

37Electronic Go Board

37The Original Smart Go Board

40Batman and Robin

40Go Proverbs Devastated

40The Tetrahedron

41Learn Go From the North American North American Champion! COSMOS; Ishi Press

VOLUME 23:1 DATED 1989/01

00Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Big Orange Goes International

03Go News; Roy Laird

03LA Pro Beats Two 9-Dans

03Wang Wi Wows Winter Watchers

04Computer Games Olympiad Will Feature Go

04Ishi Press International Stakes Out A Big Territory

04Kerwin Visits California

04No Va Cherry Blossom

04Philly Tournament at Rutgers

04Rocky Mountain Championship

06Tournaments & Events

07Computer Games I & II

07High Notes; Bob High

08What's Your Rating? Part 1 - Ranks; Roy Laird

10The Japan Professional System

111989 U.S. Fujitsu Cup Elimination

12What's Your Rating? Part 1 - Ratings; Roy Laird

14How Much Stronger Are Professional Players; Roy Laird

15A Game of Go; Haskell Small

15AGA Products

15Electronic Go Board

15Go Report

15GoTour

15Tele-Tsuke

15The Way To Go

16The Day of the "7-Dan"?; Roy Laird

17Smart Go Board; Anders Kierulf

18Star Of Poland; OPENetwork

19Life and Death From A to Z, (M,N,O); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

20An Interview with Ishi Press Founder Richard Bozulich

25Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

26Strategic Error & Blunder; Phil Straus

28Masterpieces of Handicap Go

30Janice Kim Commentary by Mail

33The American Go Institute

36AGJ Back Issue Bonanza!

37Instant Go Articles by Wilcox; Toyogo

39AGA Supporters

40Go Proverbs Devastated

40Go Receives His Just Reward

40The Adventures of Go Kiburi

41Ishi Press COSMOS; Ishi Press

VOLUME 23:2 DATED 1989/04

00Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03My Corner; Roy Laird

051990 US Fijitsu Cup And Regional Championship

05Go News; Roy Laird

05Redmond On A Roll

05US Amateur Beats Professional

06International Women's Championship

06Memorial Day Melee

06Portland Open

06Southwest Rises Again

06Winners Kyu Up In Midwest

07British Go Association Publishes Go Songbook

07Cleveland Tournament Expands To Two Days

07Dept. of Corrections

07Eastern Championship In Philadelphia

07The Baltimore Open

08Tournaments & Events

09A Trip To Nagoya - The 11th World Amateur Go Championship; Chris Kirschner

11Morning Calm, Evening Fire - The First Korea-USA Friendship Baduk Tournament; Roy Laird

12The 1989 Team

17Bruce Wilcox Creates Another Nemesis; Roy Laird

19AGA Supporters

20Jim's Journal: Part 1 - Conversations with Jim Kerwin

21AGA Products

21GoReport

21GoTour

21Tele-Tsuke

21The Way To Go

22A Visit To The American Go Institute; Bob Terry

22Life and Death From A to Z, (P,Q,R); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

26Life & Death from A to Z Solutions


27Masterpieces of Handicap Go

32Electronic Go Board

33A Game of Go; Haskell Small

33Go Scribe; Oxbow Research Inc.

33James Kerwin: Improve Your Play with Go Lessons

33Smart Go Board; Anders Kierulf

34Star Of Poland; OPENetwork

37Play Me Honest (Song)

37Silly Songs Sung in Korea

37The Ko Player's Lament (Song)

37To Fight (Song)

39Xanadu Books Last Remaining "Invinciple"

40Go Kiburi On The Planet Of The Apes

40Go Proverbs Devastated

40The Africa Joke

41Traditional Elegance: Harmony in Wood, Shell and Stone; Ishi Press

VOLUME 23:3 DATED 1989/07

00Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

041989 US Mejin

04European Team Go

04Ko, Heave Ho!

04San Francisco Go Club Survives Quake: Devotees Take "Quake Draws" After "The Pretty Big One"; Lloyd Gowen

051990 Tournaments and Events

06Singapore Fling - The Sixth World Youth Wei-chi Championship; Ernest Brown

07A Game of Go; Haskell Small

08The British Invasion; Francis Roads

09An International Affair; Roy Laird and Phil Straus

14Instant Go Articles by Wilcox; Toyogo

15On The Scene In L.A.; Bob Terry

16Top Quality Go Equipment From The Orient; Yutopian Enterprises

19Electronic Go Board

20AGA Supporters

20Go Scribe; Oxbow Research Inc.

20James Kerwin: Improve Your Play with Go Lessons

21Jim's Journal: Part 2 - Finish The Opening; James Kerwin

24Solution to Kerwin Problem

24Star Of Poland; OPENetwork

25Masterpieces of Handicap Go

32Smart Go Board; Anders Kierulf

34Xanadu Books Last Remaining "Invinciple"

36The 1989 US Go Congress Song "Turkey in The Straw"

38The Winners' Circle - 1989 US Go Congress Winners

40How To Do Well In The Congress Handicap Tournament; Weak-Kneed Dan

41Traditional Elegance: Harmony in Wood, Shell and Stone; Ishi Press

VOLUME 23:4 DATED 1989/10

00Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Computer Eyes

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Hard Copy Too

04Games Wanted

04Looking For A Few Good Kids

04Public Notice

051990 Tournaments and Events

06Fujitsu Tournament Results

06Star Of Poland; OPENetwork

07The 1990 North American Fujitsu Qualifying Tournament - Jimmy Cha Wins Again!

08Who's Who in Fujitsu - A Brief Look At Some of the Top US Players

12Jimmy Cha's Challenge

12Who Gets To Play In Fujitsu

13Final Round

13Help Wanted; Roy Laird

15AGA Supporters

16High Notes; Bob High

16The Flavor of the Game; Bob High

2037 Hours With A Superb Go Teacher; Phil Straus

26Masterpieces of Handicap Go

27A Game of Go; Haskell Small

27Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

27Swiss Explorer; Anders Kierulf

31Electronic Go Board

336th U.S. Go Congress Denver, CO

34Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo

35Origins: Part 2 - Go, Gods and Men; Peter Shotwell

35Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell

40Go Kiburi In The Middle Ages; Bob High

40Top Quality Go Equipment From The Orient; Yutopian Enterprises

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 24:1 DATED 1990/01

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03My Corner: Go and Money; Roy Laird

04Cha Chastens Cho - Jimmy Cha Beats Cho Chikun in Fujitsu Cup!!

04Go News; Roy Laird

05Go To A Festival

05Obituary - Mitsuo Horiguchi; Robert M. Ryder

061990 Tournaments and Events

06Korean International Tournament

07Jimmy Cha's Farewell To America

10Laura Yedwab Tops Western Players In Worlds Women's Tournament; Roy Laird

12Big Board Go; Bob High

12Deviant Go; Bob High

12High Notes; Bob High

12Non-Standard Standards; Bob High

13European Excursions; Bob High

13Topological Go; Bob High

13Two-for-One Go; Bob High

14Etudes; Bob High

14Literary Fancies; Bob High

14So What?; Bob High

15If You Have A Computer; OPENetwork

15Star of Poland is the strongest

15The Brooklyn Go Club

16Go: The Study of Buddhist Ideals; Ernest Brown

16Stepping Stones; Ernest Brown

18Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

196th U.S. Go Congress

20Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo

21The 1990 Fujitsu Games

25A Game of Go; Haskell Small

30Jim's Journal: Part 3 - Attack The Frontiers; James Kerwin

32James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

33Masterpieces of Handicap Go

35Official Rules and Equipment of the Ing Cup International Go Tournament; Yutopian Enterprises

35Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

37Go Anywhere; Home Planet Software

39AGA Supporters

40How Many Games?; Roy Laird

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 24:2 DATED 1990/04

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03IPI And "Hard Copy"

03IPI And IBM

03Recording Industry

04Obituary - Susumu Yasumura

04Rating Commission Update

051990 Tournaments and Events

05Digital Go Mouse

05Fujitsu Playoff In SF

06Go in The City Of Peace; Bob High

09Playing By The Rules; Roy Laird

14Win One, Lose One - 3rd China-Korea Friendship Tournament in LA Ends In Draw; Bob Terry

17Life and Death From A to Z, (S,T,U); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

18Stepping Stones; Ernest Brown

18The Glass Bead Game; Ernest Brown

19Inside The AGA Rating System; Paul Matthews

20The 1990 Fujitsu Games; James Kerwin

21James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

23Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

25Electronic Go Board

25Masterpieces of Handicap Go

27A Game of Go; Haskell Small

28Direction of Play; Ken Koester

30The AGA Honor Roll

31Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo

32Go in The USSR; Roy Laird

33If You Have A Computer; OPENetwork

33Star of Poland is the strongest

33The Brooklyn Go Club

35Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

35The American Go Institute

39Official Rules and Equipment of the Ing Cup International Go Tournament; Yutopian Enterprises

40Go Kiburi Meets Dracula; Fred Hansen

40Go Proverbs Devastated

40Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 24:3 DATED 1990/07

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03A Russian Journal - In English

03Cha, Redmond To Play In SF Fujitsu Playoff

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Volga Boat Trip

04First Life Member

04More New Products

05International Postal Go


05Tournament Time

06Go, Hot Tubs and Walking On The Beach

06James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

07Tournament and Event Calendar

08Rocky Mountain Eyes - Denver Hosts Sixth US Go Congress; Roy Laird

17Tomorow's Champions?

18A Mighty Thickness

18I've Got Ko Threats

18Two New Silly Go Songs

20Winners - 1990 US Go Congress Championship

22Jim's Journal: Playing On The Frontiers Part II; James Kerwin

24Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

26Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo

27An American Benefactor - The 1990 Cotsen Open; Bob Terry

30High Notes; Bob High

30Mathematical Go; Bob High

33Top Quality Equipment From All Over Asia; Yutopian Enterprises

34Masterpieces of Handicap Go

38Electronic Go Board

38Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

39Solutions To Problems; James Kerwin

39We Need Your Help; AGA

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 24:4 DATED 1990/10

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

031991 US Go Congress, August 3-11, Rochester, NY

03Another American Professional!!

03Go News; Roy Laird

04Banking On Go

04Help Wanted: AGA Treasurer & AGA Business Manager

05Tournament and Event Calendar

06Redmond Rules at Fujitsu

08The 1991 Fujitsu Games

09James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

09Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

11Star of Poland is the strongest

13Go Proverbs From The Real World

14Teaching Go To Children (Part 1); Peter Freedman

15Famous Western Go Players

16Life and Death From A to Z, (V,W,X); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

17Jim's Journal: How To Use Power; James Kerwin

17Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

20Instant Go Chapter 10 -- Breakout; Bruce Wilcox

26A Game of Go; Haskell Small

27Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo

30Laser, Truth, Kids; Bruce Wilcox

33The American Go Institute

33Top Quality Equipment From All Over Asia; Yutopian Enterprises

34High Notes; Bob High

34Software Reviews; Bob High

36The Ideal Beginner's Book; Milton Bradley

37Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

38Why's Your Rating; AGA

39Go Kiburi and The Chief's Wraith; Bob High

39Next Issue; AGA

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 25:1 DATED 1991/01

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Canadian Fujitsu

03Go in The Ultimate Party Town

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Redmond Wins Again In Fujitsu

04Reach Out And Play Someone

04Third US-Korea Friendship Baduk Tournament

05Tournament and Event Calendar

05Tulsa Tournament

06The 1991 Fujitsu Games

09Star of Poland is the strongest

09Subscribe to "Mangajin"

13The San Francisco Go Club - A Brief History of America's Great National Go Treasure; Ernest Brown

15The Las Vegas Open

17Go Moon

19Learn Go By Mail!; The American Go Institute

19Life and Death From A to Z, (Y,Z); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin

20Jim's Journal: Attacking; James Kerwin

21Top Quality Equipment From All Over Asia; Yutopian Enterprises

23Go and the I Ching

23Stepping Stones; Ernest Brown

25High And Mid-Kyu Players!!!; Milton Bradley

26The Second World Women's Amateur Championship

27The 1991 US Women's Championship

28Masterpieces of Handicap Go

32Does God Play Go?

32Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

33Baduk and Life; Dr. Seoung-Yong Hong

34Fuseki Study

35Help Wanted; AGA

36Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

37Life & Death from A to Z Solutions

38James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

39Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 25:2,3 DATED 1991/07

00Get Stoned With NEMESIS V5

01Go Is

02American Go Association

031991 World Amateur Go Championship

03Go News; Roy Laird

04Las Vegas Open

051992 Tournament and Event Calendar

06Obituary - Felix Khuner 1907-1991

06Obituary - Harry Gonshor 1928-1991

07One By Ishida: "All About Thickness"

07Two By Cho Chikun: "Positional Judgement" and "The 3-3 Point: Modern Opening Stragegy"


07What's New; Roy Laird

08Coming Soon: "The World Of Go" and "Test Your Strength"

09New From Toyogo

10A Great Leap Forward - Over 250 Players Throng To The Seventh US Go Congress

23Hane, Hane; Mike Ryan

23Sensei's Knife; Ken Koester

24Last Dango in Rochester; Bob High

261991 US Go Congress Winner's Circle

28The 1991 Cotsen Open; Bob Terry

32Calling All Artists; AGA

32The World Youth Wei Ch'i Championship; Peter Freedman

33Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 1; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

34Aristotle On Go - Where East Meets West; David Mechner

36Good Thinking - An Interview with Zhu-jiu Jiang; Ernest Brown

38Go and Education: The Key To The Future

39Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

40Special Exhibition Game

42A Teaching Game

43Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

44On The Road Again - The Third Korea-US Friendship Baduk Tournament

47My Life In Go; Oingyi Zheng

49Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

49Yutopian Enterprises

52Masterpieces of Handicap Go

53Play By The Rules - The New AGA Simplified Rules of Go; AGA

56Testing Your Strength - Part 1: Understanding Kadoban; Wayne Nelson and Bob High

63Go Culture In The Emerald City; Player Zero

65A Game of Go; Haskell Small

65James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

67The American Go Institute

69Answers To Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

69This Just In

70Go Kiburi Gets Rich

70Last Dango in Rochester - Solution; Bob High

72The AGA Honor Roll

73Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 25:4 DATED 1991/10

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03China/Hong Kong Go Tour

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Going With The Times - Bush Advised To Play Yosu-Miru

03Jiang Offers Clinics In Cleveland, California

04Going For The Green

04Pro Tours This Summer

051992 Tournament and Event Calendar

06The 1991 North American Fujitsu Cup - Redmond Wins Again; Davis Erbach

10The Fujitsu Final; Michael Redmond

11The American Go Institute

13Subscribe to "Mangajin"

14The Third Amateur Women's International Go Tournament; Yari Leski

15The American Go Foundation; Roger White

17Instant Go Starter Kit; Bruce Wilcox

17Redmond's Go Camp


18In Praise of Tsume Go Part 2 - How Beginners Should Study Life and Death Problems; Bob Terry

18Join The AGA Honor Roll!

19Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 2; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

19World Youth Wei Chi Championship

20The Third Man: an interview with James Davies; Roy Laird

23The 1992 US Go Congress, August 1-9, Salem, Oregon

24Masterpieces of Handicap Go

25Escorted China Go Tour

25James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

27Go Players Do It In Groups

29Yutopian Enterprises

30A Matter of Life and Death; David A. Mechner

31Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf

32In Praise of Tsume Go Part 2 - Solutions; Bob Terry

34Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

35Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

36Yang's Life And Death: Solution (from p. 19)

38The Kos; Bob High

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press

VOLUME 26:1 DATED 1992/01

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Important Notice! New Diagram Conventions

03The 9th World Youth Wei Ch'i Championship

03There's Go In Them Thar Hills

04Go For Bush in '92

04Media Mentions

04Professional Workshops

051992 Tournament and Event Calendar

06A Real Knockout - Two's Company - Four's A Game At World Pairs Championships in Tokyo; Roy Laird

10Subscribe to "Mangajin"

10The American Go Institute

11Rules of Pair Go

12Jimmy Cha vs Janice Kim

13Join The AGA Honor Roll!

14Masterpieces of Handicap Go

17James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

18Teaching Go To Children: Part 2; Peter Freedman

19Special Sale - Back Issues

20Zhu-Jiu Jiang vs. Paul Hu

21Notice - Mr Jiang's July redwood mountain go retreat...

23Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 3; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

24An Instant Tournament Primer; W.J. Hansen

27Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

28Go Trekking in Asia - A two month excursion; Yari Leski

31Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print

33Chinese Jade & Quartz stones; Yotopian

34The American Go Foundation; Roger White

35Did You Forget? - The 1992 US Go Congress

36Solutions to Yang's Life and Death (from p.23); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

37Solution to New Year Problem

38The Maven; Roy Laird

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Get the Facts About Go In "The Go Player's Almanac"; Ishi Press

VOLUME 26:2 DATED 1992/04

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03US Resident Plays For $400,000

04Chess In Schools - Why Not Go?

04Reminder For Las Vegas

051992 Tournament and Event Calendar

06The World Amateur Go Championship

08Jujo's Bootcamp - The First Annual Cleveland Go Workshop; Chris Garlock

10Four Games From "Boot Camp"

11Join The AGA Honor Roll!

15The American Go Foundation; Roger White

16What Do You Mean, I Have To Make Another Move?

18Ikeda's Rules; Bob High

19Man Nyun Peh - An Application of The Super Ko Rule In The Opening; Andy Finch

19Yutopian Enterprises

20Instant Go Starter Kit; Bruce Wilcox

20Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 4; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

20The American Go Institute

21Masterpieces of Handicap Go

25James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

29Understanding Kadoban - Part 2: Match Play; Wayne Nelson and Bob High

31Jujo On Learning Go

32Go For Beginners: Professional 9x9 Go Part 1; Richard Hunter

34New Games For Go Players; Bob High

36Solutions to Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

37Special Sale - Back Issues

38What Is The American Go Foundation

39Go Kiburi Gives Up; Bob High

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

42Get the Facts About Go In "The Go Player's Almanac"; Ishi Press

VOLUME 26:3 DATED 1992/07

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03A Few Editorial Comments

03Go For Sierra

03Go News; Roy Laird

03The Children's Crusade

04Hollyhock Go Workshop 1992; Robert LaFleche

051992-93 Tournament and Event Calendar

06Go West, Young Person

09Just Say Go!; The Sierra Network

10On The Oregon Trail - The Eighth US Go Congress

10The Second Ing Cup Tournament

10The US Open

111992 Ing Cup Winners

11The Pairs Championship Playoff

12NovaNet Go Project; Dietrich Schussel

13Friendship Matches

13Lightning Tournament

13Self-Paired Handicap

13The "Day Off"

14The Pros Who Taught Us


15Crazy Go

15Grand Finale

161992 Winners Circle

17Handicap Tournament Results

17James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

17The American Go Foundation; Roger White

181992 AGA National Board Meeting

20The Ing Final

22Jujo On Learning Go

23Special Exhibition Game

26Special Prize Game

28Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 5; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

28Yutopian Enterprises

29How To Play Handicap Go (Part 1); James Kerwin

31A Game of Go; Haskell Small

33Enlarge Your Asian Horizons with Kyoto Journal

34Masterpieces of Handicap Go

38Solutions to Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

39The American Go Institute

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

42Get the Facts About Go In "The Go Player's Almanac"; Ishi Press

VOLUME 26:4 DATED 1992/10

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Don't Forget To Vote!; AGA

03Go in Business Week

03Go News; Roy Laird

03High Office

03New In Print - "The Great Joseki Debates" and "Opening Theory Made Easy"

04Go Global With Internet!

04Montana Go Club Grows

051993 Tournament and Event Calendar

06The 1992 Cotsen Open

07OPENETWORK

09The American Go Institute

10A Game From The World Youth Championship

13Waylaid By Wei-Chi; Dan Deneen

15A Note On Chinese Counting

16The Canterbury Go Congress

17Join The AGA Honor Roll!

18Yutopian Enterprises

19A Game From The European Go Congress

20How To Choose Joseki; Yi-lun Yang, in collaboration with Phil Straus

28How To Play Handicap Go (Part 2); James Kerwin

30James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

31World Champion Program - Go Intellect

32Life In B League; Janice Kim

34Masterpieces of Handicap Go

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

42Get the Facts About Go In "The Go Player's Almanac"; Ishi Press

VOLUME 27:1 DATED 1993/01

00NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Robert Gordon High 1946-1993; Roy Laird

05Memorial donations can be sent to:

06Lament On A Pilgrimage; Michael Ryan

07Free Compuserver Introductory Offer

07Go Global with Internet!


07Go News; Roy Laird

08Czech It Out, Man - A Month Of Solid Go

08Ishi Press Review

08Nominations Open For President; VP's To Be Chosen Later This Year

08Youth Championship Selection Coming Up

091993 Tournament and Event Calendar

101992 Fujitsu Scoreboard

101992 North American Fujitsu

11The Final Match

11Your Best Move This Year: The US Go Congress

14Life In Amateur B League; Michael J. Simon

15Special Sale - Back Issues

18The 1992 Amateur Pairs Tournament; Janice Kim

20Three Go Problems; Ye-hui Wang, Translated by Steven Lo

21The Ninth US Go Congress, August 7-15, 1993, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA; AGA

22Masterpieces of Handicap Go

26AGA Reading List

26DAE YOL KIM: Portrait of A Champion; Michael Simon

28How To Choose Joseki Part 2; Yi-lun Yang, in collaboration with Phil Straus

36Solutions To Three Go Problems

36Strongest Go Playing Program in the World: 1992 Computer Go World Champion, Go Intellect

38Join The AGA Honor Roll!

39Do Not So Gently Offer To Resign

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 27:2 DATED 1993/04

00$5000 Reward! - Mr. Ing wants you to Go the right way!; Yutopian Enterprises

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Online Go Forum At Delphi

03Regional Pair Go Tournaments to Be Set

03Regional VP Selection Completed

04Montana Go Club Grows

04Nihon Ki-in America Founded

04Russian Publisher Likes Intellectual Games

04Venezuelan Invitation

05A Chip Off The Old Ban

05Go in Space

05Heather Plays Go

05Public Service Ad Features Go

05T&E Moves To AGN

06How To Get On The Internet

06How To Play Go On The Internet; Mindy McAdams

07Important IGS Commands

08How To Get "Client Software" (The Easy Way)

10How To Get "Client Software" (The Hard Way)

11Less Common Commands

12Ranks and the Stats Box

14How To Get on the Go Server

14The Imagination Network

14User Beware - Anarchy Reigns on the IGS

16What You Think (Or What We Think You Think); Roy Laird

17AGA Questionnaire Results

18How To Start A Go Club; AGA

19New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

20This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 1); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

23Join The AGA Honor Roll!

24The 10 Commandments of Handicap Go; Bob Terry

31Yutopian Enterprises

32Masterpieces of Handicap Go

33Pass Out; AGA

35Next Issue; AGA

36Instant Go Starter Kit; Bruce Wilcox

36Subscribe to "Mangajin"

38Promote Yourself!; Roger White

39The Games of Go Seigen; Mark Hall

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Get Stoned with NEMESIS V5

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 27:3 DATED 1993/07

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Ing Foundation Offers Major Grant

04New From Ishi Press "All About Life and Death"

04Winter Go Workshop With Jim Kerwin

04Yutopian Enterprises

05Player of the Year

05Record Level of Play

05The 1993 US Go Congress

06Hard Working Professionals

06Internet

06New By-Laws

06Rating Advances

07Similar Time Next Year

08Mixed Pairs Draws Forty Players

09John Lee's Excellent Adventure

09Yi-lun Yang - Learn Go By Mail

10Ing Chang-Ki World Youth Championship

16Wei-Qi In Inner Mongolia; Feng Wan-zeng, Translated by Steven Lo

18US Circuit Enters Third Cycle

19Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 6; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

20This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 2); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

21World Class Program - Go Intellect

22Game Supplement

24Join The AGA Honor Roll!

25How To Play Handicap Go: Part 3; James Kerwin

29James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

30Masterpieces of Handicap Go

33A Game of Go; Haskell Small

37American Go Tournament Circuit Standings

38Solutions to Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Get Stoned with NEMESIS V5

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 27:4 DATED 1993/10

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03$300,000, No Strings Attached!

03Go News; Roy Laird

04By-Laws Vote

04Janice Kim Places Third in Korean Pro Tournament

04Redmond Defeats World Champion!

04Regional Pair Tournaments to be Held

05The 1993 Fujitsu Tournament

06Triple Ko In Miami

09The Games of Go Seigen; Mark Hall

10The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises

10Yang's Life and Death Part 7; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

11How To Play Handicap Go: Part 4; James Kerwin

13Yutopian Enterprises

15James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan

16This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 3); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

19Don't Forget To Vote!; AGA

20Play The Honest Move - Come To The 10th US Go Congress - Washington DC, August 6-14

21Presidential Problems Part 1: Winning a Won Game

35Introducing OR-GO

36My First Game With Bob

37Join The AGA Honor Roll!

38Yang's Life and Death: Solutions; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

39Announcing the Michael Redmond Cup

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Get Stoned with NEMESIS V5

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 28:1 DATED 1994/01

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Good News About "Go World"!

03Next From Ishi Press "Forcing Moves"

04Go On NBC Nightly News

04Regional Pair Tournaments to be Held

04Robert G. High Memorial Award

05Play The Honest Move - Come To The 10th US Go Congress - Washington DC, August 6-14

06The 1993 International Pair Go Championship

07Join The AGA Honor Roll!

08And Now For Something Completely Different

10First World Youth Super Go Championship: Final Match

11Tenth World Youth Go Championship: Junior Division Final Match

12Tenth World Youth Go Championship: Senior Division Final Match

13The Games of Go Seigen; Mark Hall

13Yang's Life and Death Part 8; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

141993 Fujitsu Qualifying Tournament - Three Michael Redmond Games

17Yutopian Enterprises

21The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises

27Introducing OR-GO

28Masterpieces of Handicap Go

32This is Go The Natural Way! Part 4; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

37Correction to "Natural Go" Part 3; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

37Yutopian Enterprises

38Solutions To Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

39Go With A Pro; Yi-Lun Yang

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Get Stoned with NEMESIS V5

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 28:2 DATED 1994/04

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Agreement Reached With Ing Foundation

03Go News; Roy Laird

04A New Treasure

04Mathematical Go "Mathematical Go: Chilling Gets the Last Point"

04Nihon Kiin America Requests Proposals

05Redmond Cup Update

05Wanted: "Invincible: The Games of Shusaku" by John Power; Eric

06A College Go Course

095 X 5 Go; James Davies

12Yutopian Enterprises

13Play The Honest Move - Come To The 10th US Go Congress - Washington DC, August 6-14

14Walking Stones; Peter Shotwell

17Join The AGA Honor Roll!

18The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises

19Introducing OR-GO

20Masterpieces of Handicap Go

28This is Go The Natural Way! Part 5; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

32Yutopian Enterprises

34Professional 9x9 Go Part 2; Richard Hunter

36Martial Arts and Curative Power; Michael J. Simon

38Game Record

39Go Kiburi Carves On; David Sutton

39The Further Adventures of Go Kiburi - Go Kiburi Takes Up Woodwork; David Sutton

40The AGA Honor Roll

41Get Stoned with NEMESIS V5

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 28:3 DATED 1994/07

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03A Go Wedding at Canterbury

03Go News; Roy Laird

03Houston Will Host 1994 Fujitsu

03Yutopian Publishes Go Book - "Killer of Go"

04Life In B League; Janice Kim

10Jujo's Bootcamp 3; Chris Garlock

12Two Jujo Jiang Games

14Introducing OR-GO

18Masterpieces of Handicap Go

25The AGA Honor Roll

26This is Go The Natural Way! Part 6; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

29Computer Software; Yutopian Enterprises

30The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises

32How To Play Handicap Go: Part 5; James Kerwin

40Announcing publication of "Killer of Go"; Yutopian Enterprises

41Get Stoned with NEMESIS V5

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 28:4 DATED 1994/10

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Dr. Robert M. Ryder, March 8, 1915 - July 21, 1994

03Go News; Roy Laird

04Washington's Other Congress; Roy Laird

11Internet Update; Mindy McAdams

13The Light-Hearted Banter; Mike Ryan

15The American Go Journal; AGA

15The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises

15Tired of Western Style; New York Go Institute

16The Ing Grant: How Will It Be Used?

17Go Classifications; Bjorn Goldis

18Ing Rules Discussion

19A New Lincoln Memorial; Nakayama Noriyuki, recorded by Phil Straus

19Join The AGA Honor Roll!

20Michael Redmond (W) vs. Jian Hong Wang (B)

24Computer Software; Yutopian Enterprises

25Killer of Go; Yutopian Enterprises

25Yang's Life and Death Part 9; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

26Masterpieces of Handicap Go

32Criteria For Selection of Invitational Tournament Contenders - US Representative to the World Amateur Go Championships

34The Empty Board - Emptiness; William S.Cobb

37Request For Proposals - The American Go Foundation

37Teachers Wanted; AGA

38Solutions To Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

40The AGA Honor Roll

41OR-GO

42All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 29:1 DATED 1995/01

00New Digital Go Clock - Chronos

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03$5000 PR Challenge Grant

03Go News; Roy Laird

03ING $$ Will Support Masters Tournament

03Ishi Press Makes Changes, Stays on Track

04Go in Space

04Kisei Title Game Comes To Atlanta

05Three Contests

06Chinese Pros Give Numerical Ratings A Try

06Pair Goes Pro

06Top Chinese Pro Visits California

07New Supplement to Shareware Favorite

07New Teaching Aids - Korean-American Pro Translates Teacher's Book

07On The Internet - Internet Go Server Moves to Korea

08First AGA Internet Tournament

09U.S. Go Congress '95

10Old Go Mags Get Big $$

11The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises

12Obituary - Walt McKibben 1926-1994

14An Exercise In Logistics and Faith

176 x 6 Go; James Davies


20The Empty Board - Attachment; William S. Cobb

21Join The AGA Honor Roll!

22Walking Stones - Going For the Go(ld); Peter Shotwell

24The Black Hole Theory of Go; By Players Zero, Minus One, et al.

31Life In B League; Janice Kim

34Top five reasons not to give up Go for a career in interior design:

35Killer of Go; Yutopian Enterprises

35Yang's Life and Death Part 9; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

36This is Go The Natural Way! Part 7; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry

39Free $$! (Well, almost free)

41A Window of Opportunity - An Interview with Anton Dovydaitis of Ishi Press

44Let's Go - Part 1: Getting Started; None Redmond

45Computer Software; Yutopian Enterprises

46Solutions To Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin

48The AGA Honor Roll

49Announcing Learn To Play Go by Jeong Soo-hyun & Janice Kim

50All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press

VOLUME 29:2 DATED 1995/02

00NEMESIS

01Go Is

02American Go Association

03Attention All Go Players: Buy Another Book Shelf

03John Lee Unbeaten in Europe's Ing Cup

03The First AGA Internet Go Tournament

04New Shareware Release

05AGA Archive To Be Catalogued

05Correction to Igo Shareware Credits

05Late Breaking Congress News

06A Compendium of Trick Plays; Yutopian Enterprises

06Wanted For Evaluation

07U.S. Go Congress '95

08James Kerwin (W) vs Michael Redmond (B); Yi-Lun Yang 6d & Bradley Jones

13Go: An Asian Paradigum For Business Strategy; Kiseido

14Kerwin's "Meta-Game" Stars at Workshop; Christopher Garlock

15Three Problems - A "Meta-Game" Analysis; Jim Kerwin

18Ratings Are What You Make Them; Paul Matthews

19Computer Software; Yutopian Enterprises

20Get Strong At Joseki; Kiseido

21Get Strong At Invading; Kiseido

22Masterpieces of Handicap Go; Robert Mc Guigan

25Have Dan - Will Travel; James Kerwin

31Essay Contest; None Redmond

31Let's Go!; None Redmond

33Go Board Demonstration Boards; GMI Goboards

34The Empty Board Go Proverbs as Koans; William S. Cobb

35Go Classifications; Bjorn Goldis

36Life In B League; Janice Kim

38So What were the answers to those Bill and Jill problems, anyway?

40Join The AGA Honor Roll

41Learn To Play Go Volume II; Good Move Press

42The Many Faces of Go Version 9.0; Ishi Press


AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL AMERICAN GO JOURNAL ITEM INDEX

March 30, 2006

This AGA American Go Journal Item Index was compiled by Craig R Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on material in the AGA Library/Archive, his personal collection, and other bibliographies. Research is continuing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.


In addition to the American Go Journal, this index includes the first AGA Bulletin published in 1936, the English language Japanese Go Journal published 1954-56, and the AGA Newsletters published 1955-1973. The indexes are in alphabetical order. The index gives the Title of Article/Author/Publication/Page; however, the author is omitted in many citations.


$300,000, No Strings Attached!, Am49:27:4p03

$5000 PR Challenge Grant, Am49:29:1p03

$5000 Reward! - Mr. Ing wants you to Go the right way!; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:27:2p00

10 Commandments of Handicap Go; Bob Terry, Am49:27:2p24

10 In a Row: The Tenth World Amateur Go Championship; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:22:3p09

10 Problems, Am49:01:1p01b

10 Steps To More Effective Work with Beginners, Am49:22:2p16

12 Kyu Go Program? - Star of Poland; The Tank, Am49:22:3p10

13 Line Go; Terry Benson, Am49:17:1p06

14th Annual New Jersey Championships 1973, Am64:07:1p02

16th Annual New Jersey Go Tournament, Am49:10:1p02

18 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi, Am49:10:2p11, Am49:10:3p08, Am49:10:4p08, Am49:10:5p05, Am49:10:6p07, Am49:11:1p02, Am49:11:2p07, Am49:11:3p09, Am49:11:4p14, Am49:11:5p18, Am49:11:6p22, Am49:12:1p21, Am49:12:2p20, Am49:12:3,4p41, Am49:12:5,6p33, Am49:13:1p22, Am49:13:2p30, Am49:13:3p22, Am49:13:4,5,6p40, Am49:14:1p04

1954 Honinbo Title Match Game; W:Sugiuchi, B:Honinbo Shukaku, Am49:05:4p52

1968 Membership List, Am64:03:1pAppendix

1968 New Jersey Open Tournament, Am64:01:3p02

1969 North American Honinbo Competition, Am64:03:2p02

1969 Western Honinbo Title won by Shigeo Matsubara, Am64:03:2p03

1970 North American Honinbo Championship Game; Takao Matsuda, Am64:05:1p03

1971 European Go Congress, Am64:05:2p03

1972 New York Go Tournament, Am64:06:2p04

1973 Honinbo Title Match; Meijin Rin Kaiho vs Honinbo Ishida, Am49:11:4p20

1973 International Team Tournament, Am49:09:1p06

1973 New York State Open, Am49:09:1p16

1973 Renewal Notice, Am64:06:2p01

1974 Maryland Open Championship Results, Am49:10:1p16

1974 New Jersey Open, Am49:09:2p04

1974 Pennsylvania State Open, Am49:09:3p10, Am49:09:4p04

1975 N.Y. State Open Photos, Am49:10:5p04

1975 Pennsylvania State Open Championship Results, Am49:10:3p05

1975 Telex Go Match vs China, Am49:11:1p02

1975 US Kyu Championship - Eastern Division, 1975 American Honinbo Tournament - Eastern Division, Am49:10:4p01

1976 Atlantic Go League, Am49:10:5p03

1976 Mejin Title Match Game 3, Am49:12:1p09

1976 North American Honinbo Finals, Am49:12:3,4p08

1976 Sino-American Telex Match; Terry Benson, Am49:12:3,4p29

1976 Tournament Champions, Am49:11:6p09

1976 U.S. Honinbo Telephone Match, Am49:12:3,4p07

1977 American Honinbo Championship Match, Am49:13:2p10

1977 Eastern Honinbo Tournament Championship Game, Am49:12:5,6p04

1977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match, Am49:16:1p18

1977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match; Bob Terry, Am49:15:5,6p19, Am49:16:3p24

1977 Kisei Tournament Game; Bob Terry, Am49:15:5,6p09

1977 New Player Event Game, Am49:16:2p06

1978 American Championship, Am49:13:2p09

1978 American Go Championships, Am49:13:1p03, Am49:13:3p02

1978 Canadian Open Go Championships, Am49:14:1p11

1978 China-Japan Exchange, Am49:14:3p20

1978 U.S. Championship Match, Am49:14:1p07

1978 U.S. Championships, Am49:13:4,5,6p06

1978 U.S. Eastern Go Championship, Am49:13:4,5,6p10

1979 American Go Championships, Am49:14:3p04


1979 European Go Congress; Terry Benson, Am49:14:5,6p42

1979 New York State Go Championships; Jerry Pinto, Am49:14:3p08

1979 Western U.S. Go Championship, Am49:14:4p06

1979 World Amateur Championship, Am49:14:4p21

1980 Baltimore Midwinter Handicap Tournament, Am49:15:4p14

1980 Canadian National Championship, Am49:15:1p03

1980 Canadian National Championships, Am49:15:2,3p03

1980 Maryland Tournament, Am49:15:2,3p21

1980 U.S. Championships, Am49:15:2,3p03

1980 United States Championships; Terry Benson, Am49:15:4p10

1980 World Amateur Championships, Am49:14:3p05

1981 Honinbo League, Am49:17:4p12

1981 Maryland Open, Am49:16:3p08

1981 Massachusetts Spring Open, Am49:16:1p11

1981 World Amateur Championship Report, Am49:16:1p15

1982 BC Open Go Championship, Am49:17:1p05

1982 European Go Congress, Am49:17:2p23

1982 Greater Washington Fall Go Tournament, Am49:17:3p07

1982 Maryland Open, Am49:17:2p03

1982 Massachusetts Spring Open, Am49:16:4p15

1982 Quebec Open Championship; Tibor Bognar, Am49:16:4p04

1983 Canadian Open Go Championships, Am49:18:2p03

1983 Eastern Championship Match, Am49:18:3p17

1983 Massachusetts Spring Open, Am49:18:1p09

1983 Montreal Honinbo Tournament, Am49:18:1p04

1983 Quebec Open Championship, Am49:18:1p05

1984 Canadian Open, Am49:19:1p04

1984 European Go Congress; Dave Weimer, Am49:19:1p22

1984 U.S. Championships, Am49:19:1p09

1984 U.S. Western Championships, Am49:19:2p13

1985 China Goodwill Tour; Richard Dolen, Am49:20:2p15

1985 IGF Delegate Report: My Trip To Japan; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:19:3p07

1985 U.S. Championship Match Game 1, Am49:20:1p26

1985 WAC Championship Match, Am49:19:1p10

1985 Westerns, Am49:19:4p16

1986 Computer Congress, Am49:20:4p04

1986 Eastern US Championship - Stones Rustling in An Empty Sky, Am49:20:4p06

1986 United States GO Congress, Am49:20:2p05

1987 U.S. Championships, Am49:22:1p13

1988 Annual AGA Board of Directors Meeting, Am49:22:3p25

1988 U.S. Championship Title Game, Am49:22:3p27

1989 Team, Am49:23:2p12

1989 U.S. Fujitsu Cup Elimination, Am49:23:1p11

1989 US Fujitsu Open, Am49:22:3p31

1989 US Go Congress Song "Turkey in The Straw", Am49:23:3p36

1989 US Mejin, Am49:23:3p04

1990 Fujitsu Games, Am49:24:1p21

1990 Fujitsu Games; James Kerwin, Am49:24:2p20

1990 North American Fujitsu Qualifying Tournament - Jimmy Cha Wins Again!, Am49:23:4p07

1990 Tournaments and Events, Am49:23:3p05, Am49:23:4p05, Am49:24:1p06, Am49:24:2p05

1990 US Fijitsu Cup And Regional Championship, Am49:23:2p05

1991 Cotsen Open; Bob Terry, Am49:25:2,3p28

1991 Fujitsu Games, Am49:24:4p08, Am49:25:1p06

1991 North American Fujitsu Cup - Redmond Wins Again; Davis Erbach, Am49:25:4p06

1991 US Go Congress Winner's Circle, Am49:25:2,3p26

1991 US Go Congress, August 3-11, Rochester, NY, Am49:24:4p03

1991 US Women's Championship, Am49:25:1p27

1991 World Amateur Go Championship, Am49:25:2,3p03

1992 AGA National Board Meeting, Am49:26:3p18

1992 Amateur Pairs Tournament; Janice Kim, Am49:27:1p18

1992 Cotsen Open, Am49:26:4p06

1992 Fujitsu Scoreboard, Am49:27:1p10

1992 Ing Cup Winners, Am49:26:3p11

1992 North American Fujitsu, Am49:27:1p10

1992 Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:25:2,3p05, Am49:25:4p05, Am49:26:1p05, Am49:26:2p05

1992 US Go Congress, August 1-9, Salem, Oregon, Am49:25:4p23

1992 Winners Circle, Am49:26:3p16

1992-93 Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:26:3p05

1993 Fujitsu Qualifying Tournament - Three Michael Redmond Games, Am49:28:1p14

1993 Fujitsu Tournament, Am49:27:4p05

1993 International Pair Go Championship, Am49:28:1p06

1993 Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:26:4p05, Am49:27:1p09

1993 US Go Congress, Am49:27:3p05

19th Annual New Jersey Open, Am49:12:5,6p03, Am49:13:2p04

19th European Go-Congress Report; Matthias Thim, Am49:10:6p03

1st Edward Lasker Memorial Tournament, Am49:16:1p06

20th Annual European Go Congress and Go Championship, Am49:11:3p03, Am49:11:4p04

20th Annual New Jersey Championships; Bob Ryder, Am49:14:1p10

20th Annual New Jersey Open, Am49:13:4,5,6p03

20th European Go Congress; Terry Benson, Am49:11:5p08

21st Amateur Honinbo Title, Am49:11:6p14

21th Annual European Go Congress, Am49:12:2p10

22nd European Go Congress, Am49:13:2p32

23rd European Go Congress, Am49:14:2p06

24th NHK Cup Title Match, Am49:12:3,4p12

25th European Go Congress, Am49:15:5,6p05

2nd Annual Amateur Go Championship, Am49:14:5,6p10

2nd Annual Maryland Open, Am49:10:2p17

2nd Annual Tengen Tournament, Best of 5, Game 2, Am49:16:4p16

2nd Fujitsu Cup - North American Playoffs in Seattle; Bill Camp, Am49:22:4p10

2nd Quebec Open Tournament; Tibor Bognar, Am49:15:2,3p24

37 Hours With A Superb Go Teacher; Phil Straus, Am49:23:4p20

3rd Annual World Amateur Go Championships, Am49:15:2,3p12

3rd London Open Go Congress, Am49:11:6p02

4-Stone Handicap Game, Am49:15:2,3p36

4-Stone Handicap Game; Fujisawa Shuko 9D vs Inaba 6d, Am49:12:3,4p26

46 Players Attend The First Western U.S. Go Championships in Berkeley, Am49:13:1p01


4th Amsterdam International, Am49:10:2p17

4th World Amateur Go Championship; Tibor Bognar, Am49:16:4p05

5 X 5 Go; James Davies, Am49:28:2p09

5th Annual Maryland Open Draws 34 Players, Am49:13:3p03

6 x 6 Go; James Davies, Am49:29:1p17

6th Annual Meijin Tournament Challenger League, Game #6; Bob Terry, Am49:17:1p08

6th Dan Professional Again Visits U.S.A., Am55:00:1p01

6th U.S. Go Congress, Am49:24:1p19

6th U.S. Go Congress Denver, CO, Am49:23:4p33

9th World Youth Wei Ch'i Championship, Am49:26:1p03

A "Little" Life-and-Death Problem; Don Wiener, Am49:15:2,3p17

A 5.5 Point Komi For W, Ja54:02:5p40

A Battle of Champions, Am49:15:1p18

A Biographical Note on Go Seigen; Lien-sheng Yang, Am49:04:2p17

A Brief History of the San Francisco Go Club, Am49:10:1p04

A Capital Tournament; Ken Koester, Am49:16:3p05

A Chat With Jerry Rogers, Am49:20:1p07

A Chip Off The Old Ban, Am49:27:2p05

A Choice Old Masterpiece "The Game In Which Iwata Was Beaten To Death"; Miyazawa Goro, Translated by Tsugio Hattori & Bob McGuigan, Am49:22:3p38

A College Go Course, Am49:28:2p06

A Comparison Between The Rules of Wei-Ch'i and Go; C.C. Ing, Am49:04:1p01

A Compendium of Trick Plays; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:29:2p06

A Congressional Idea; Haskell Small, Am49:18:3p03

A Contribution To Joseki Study; Takao Matsuda, Am49:06:2p20

A Few Editorial Comments, Am49:26:3p03

A Fight To The Finish, Am49:21:2p21

A Footnote to "Go Pals in Cleveland" from v13:2, Am49:13:3p17

A Four Player Game, Ja54:02:6p45

A Game At The Club; Marlon Magpie, Am49:14:3p22

A Game From the 1st World Amateur Championships, Am49:15:4p27

A Game From The European Go Congress, Am49:26:4p19

A Game From the IBM-BTL Go Match, Am64:06:3p08

A Game From The World Youth Championship, Am49:26:4p10

A Game of Go; Haskell Small, Am49:21:4p13, Am49:22:1p21, Am49:22:2p40, Am49:22:3p11, Am49:22:4p33, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p07, Am49:23:4p27, Am49:24:1p25, Am49:24:2p27, Am49:24:4p26, Am49:25:2,3p65, Am49:26:3p31, Am49:27:3p33


A Gift From Tsushima Sensei, Am49:05:1p16

A Go Filled September In New York City, Am49:12:5,6p03

A Go Master Visits The U.S. (Masayoshi Fukuda), Am49:02:2p17

A Go Primer, by Dr. Gilbert W. Rosenthal, is again available, Am49:07:1,2p23

A Go Primer; Gilbert W. Rosenthal, Am49:01:2p32

A Go Retreat - James Kerwin Comes to Wisconsin; Edward Ream, Am49:20:1p10

A Go Tale; Terry Benson, Am49:14:1p31

A Go Wedding at Canterbury, Am49:28:3p03

A Great Leap Forward - Over 250 Players Throng To The Seventh US Go Congress, Am49:25:2,3p10

A Hallowed Game, Am49:22:1p07

A Kobayashi Teaching Game, Am49:14:5,6p06

A Letter From Karl D Robinson, Ja54:03:1p08

A Letter From Miss Masubuchi; Masubuchi, Am49:04:4p64

A Letter To The Editor; Walter W Marseille, Am49:04:3.5p03

A Letter to the Secretary; Albert Lai Moon, Am49:04:2p21

A Listing of Members of the AGA, Am64:07:2p07

A Long Way To Go, Am49:21:2p07

A Look At the Future; Editors, Am49:01:2p32

A Loss; Terry Benson, Am49:16:1p12

A Man of Many Levels: Les Lanphear; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:18:1p10

A Match Between Ninth Degree Masters (Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa) Game 1; B:Fujisawa, W:Go Seigen, Am49:03:1p04

A Match Between USA and Europe, Am49:16:2p16

A Matter of Life and Death; David A. Mechner, Am49:25:4p30

A Matter of Responsibility, Am49:16:1p03

A Mighty Thickness, Am49:24:3p18

A New Lincoln Memorial; Nakayama Noriyuki, recorded by Phil Straus, Am49:28:4p19

A New Montreal Go Tournament, Am49:16:1p14

A New Record, Am49:22:1p08

A New Treasure, Am49:28:2p04

A New Way To Go, Am49:22:4p15

A New York Go Center, Am49:15:1p05

A Note of Thanks From The President and Vice President, Am64:02:6p02

A Note On Chinese Counting, Am49:26:4p15

A Note On Last Issue, Am49:15:1p04

A Professional Apology, Am49:15:5,6p08

A Rapid Transit Game, Ja54:02:2p12

A Real Knockout - Two's Company - Four's A Game At World Pairs Championships in Tokyo; Roy Laird, Am49:26:1p06

A Really Big Move, Am49:19:2p04


A Request From the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson, Am49:13:4,5,6p51, Am49:14:5,6p11, Am49:15:1p12, Am49:17:2p20, Am49:17:4p31

A Rule For Seki, Am49:07:1,2p32

A Russian Journal - In English, Am49:24:3p03

A Selected Bibliography of Currently Available Go Books, Am49:13:4,5,6p28

A Sense of Direction, Am49:15:1p11

A Setback For American Go? "Go Review" may be discontinued, Am49:11:1p01

A Six Stone Game; Iwamoto, Am49:07:1,2p21

A Small Keshi of Last Issue (Correction v16:4), Am49:17:1p32

A Study In Non-Handicap Opening Play, Ja54:03:1p04

A Target For The Machines?; Dave Erbach, Am49:14:2p24

A Teaching Game, Am49:25:2,3p42

A Thank You - AGA Go Library Donation, Am49:17:2p05

A Thank You: Tako Onishi for Translation of Go Super Book #29 "18 Hints to Improve Your Suji", Am49:14:1p06

A Traditional Go Ban for under two hundred dollars!; Ishi Press, Am49:22:1p41

A Tragic Loss: Brian Castledine, Am49:14:1p02

A Trip To Nagoya - The 11th World Amateur Go Championship; Chris Kirschner, Am49:23:2p09

A TV First, Am49:15:4p35

A Visit To The American Go Institute; Bob Terry, Am49:23:2p22

A Window of Opportunity - An Interview with Anton Dovydaitis of Ishi Press, Am49:29:1p41

A World Pro Go Championship - $1 Million, Am49:21:4p04

About Volume Six, Am49:06:1p02

Additional Go Equipment, Am64:05:2p04

Adult Games; Games Gallery, Am49:10:6p16

Advanced Strategy Part 1; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:06:2p17

Advanced Strategy Part 2; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:06:3p42

Advanced Strategy Part 3; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:06:4p55

Adventures of Go Kiburi, Am49:23:1p40

Africa Joke, Am49:23:2p40

AGA Annual Meeting, Am64:00:5p03

AGA Archive To Be Catalogued, Am49:29:2p05

AGA Classified For Sale: Out of Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson, Am49:18:1p32

AGA considers articles for publication; AGA, Am49:11:4p11

AGA Contact List, Am49:12:2p11

AGA Executive Committee Meeting, Am49:12:1p06, Am49:12:3,4p11

AGA Executive Committees, Am49:15:5,6p07

AGA Expiration Date; AGA Membership Secretary, Am49:14:1p28

AGA Gallery, Am49:16:1p26

AGA Go PIG Formed, Am49:20:2p03

AGA Honor Roll, Am49:24:2p30, Am49:24:3p40, Am49:24:4p40, Am49:25:1p40, Am49:25:2,3p72, Am49:25:4p40, Am49:26:1p40, Am49:26:2p40, Am49:26:3p40, Am49:26:4p40, Am49:27:1p40, Am49:27:2p40, Am49:27:3p40, Am49:27:4p40, Am49:28:1p40, Am49:28:2p40, Am49:28:3p25, Am49:28:4p40, Am49:29:1p48

AGA Membership Application, Am49:13:2p02, Am49:14:2p02, Am49:14:3p02, Am49:14:4p02, Am49:15:1p02, Am49:15:2,3p02, Am49:15:4p02, Am49:15:5,6p03, Am49:16:1p02, Am49:16:2p02

AGA National Rating System, Am49:10:1p13

AGA News, Am49:09:2p01

AGA News: Membership Meeting; New Jersey Tournament; Article in "Womens Day"; State of Go in Southern California; News from Go Clubs: Twin Cities, Toledo, Hartf, Am49:08:1p12

AGA Officer Election Results, Am49:06:4p50

AGA Plans to Publish an Anthology, Am49:06:4p50

AGA Point Rating System, Am64:02:6p08

AGA Prepares for the 90s, Am49:22:3p03

AGA Products, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

AGA Questionnaire Results, Am49:27:2p17

AGA Rating Readout, Am49:11:4p23

AGA Rating System; David Relson, Am49:13:4,5,6p53

AGA Ratings, Am49:09:6p11

AGA Reading List, Am49:27:1p26

AGA Secretary Job Split Up to Spread the Burden, Am49:12:3,4p25

AGA Seeks Written Teaching Materials, Am49:13:1p26

AGA Selects New President, Am49:22:4p06

AGA Subscription, Am49:12:1p02, Am49:12:2p02, Am49:12:3,4p02

AGA Supporters, Am49:23:1p39, Am49:23:2p19, Am49:23:3p20, Am49:23:4p15, Am49:24:1p39

AGA Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:16:2p03, Am49:16:3p03, Am49:16:4p03, Am49:17:1p03, Am49:17:2p03, Am49:17:3p04, Am49:17:4p04, Am49:18:1p32, Am49:18:2p31, Am49:18:3p04

AGA Vailable - "The Way To Go"; Karl Baker, Am49:20:3p15

AGA Western Executive Committee Minutes, Am49:17:3p04

AGA Workhorses, Am49:15:5,6p27

AGA Works with Computer Network, Am49:19:1p03

AGA would like volunteer to be the Rating Coordinator, Am49:09:5p15

AGA, Yoong-Ang Daily News, and Yomiuri Shinbun Sponsor Team Match, Am49:13:3p03

AGJ Anthology is printed and bound, Am49:07:1,2p22

AGJ Back Issue Bonanza!, Am49:23:1p36

AGJ Takes A Sabbatical, Am49:05:4p63

Agreement Reached With Ing Foundation, Am49:28:2p03

Alberta Open Draws 44 Players, Am49:13:2p05

Alert AGA Schedule for Professional Visits, Am49:09:5p02

All A-Board; Roger White, Am49:18:4p06, Am49:19:1p06, Am49:19:2p06, Am49:19:4p06, Am49:20:1p06, Am49:20:2p08, Am49:20:3p06, Am49:20:4p10, Am49:21:2p06, Am49:22:1p12

All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press, Am49:27:1p42, Am49:27:2p42, Am49:27:3p42, Am49:27:4p42, Am49:28:1p42, Am49:28:2p42, Am49:28:3p42, Am49:28:4p42, Am49:29:1p50

Amateur Honinbo Tournament Matsuda vs Kusaka, Am49:08:1p14

Amateur Rating System In Japan, Am49:21:1p13

Amateur's Song (Song), Am49:20:4p10

American Chapters of the Nippon Kiin, Am49:08:1p13

American Go Association, Am49:16:2p02, Am49:16:3p02, Am49:16:4p02, Am49:17:1p02, Am49:17:2p02, Am49:17:3p02, Am49:17:4p02, Am49:18:1p02, Am49:18:2p02, Am49:18:3p02, Am49:18:4p02, Am49:19:1p02, Am49:19:2p02, Am49:19:3p02, Am49:19:4p02, Am49:20:1p02, Am49:20:2p02, Am49:20:3p02, Am49:20:4p03, Am49:21:1p02, Am49:21:2p02, Am49:21:3p02, Am49:21:4p02, Am49:22:1p02, Am49:22:2p02, Am49:22:3p02, Am49:22:4p02, Am49:23:1p02, Am49:23:2p02, Am49:23:3p02, Am49:23:4p02, Am49:24:1p02, Am49:24:2p02, Am49:24:3p02, Am49:24:4p02, Am49:25:1p02, Am49:25:2,3p02, Am49:25:4p02, Am49:26:1p02, Am49:26:2p02, Am49:26:3p02, Am49:26:4p02, Am49:27:1p02, Am49:27:2p02, Am49:27:3p02, Am49:27:4p02, Am49:28:1p02, Am49:28:2p02, Am49:28:3p02, Am49:28:4p02, Am49:29:1p02, Am49:29:2p02

American Go Association - Go Boards, Am49:01:1p07

American Go Foundation; Roger White, Am49:25:4p15, Am49:26:1p34, Am49:26:2p15, Am49:26:3p17

American Go Institute, Am49:22:2p34, Am49:22:3p27, Am49:22:4p35, Am49:23:1p33, Am49:24:2p35, Am49:24:4p33, Am49:25:2,3p67, Am49:25:4p11, Am49:26:1p10, Am49:26:2p20, Am49:26:3p39, Am49:26:4p09


American Go Institute; Yi-len Yang 6-dan, Am49:22:1p40

American Go Journal Staff and Contributors - 1974 to 1980, Am49:15:5,6p02

American Go Journal: A Retrospective; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:3p09

American Go Journal; AGA, Am49:28:4p15

American Go Tournament Circuit Standings, Am49:27:3p37

American Honinbo Tournament, Am49:09:3p01

American Rating System, Am64:01:1p03

An American Ansafone, Am49:11:6p05

An American Benefactor - The 1990 Cotsen Open; Bob Terry, Am49:24:3p27

An American Pro-Am Championship, Am49:22:3p05

An Apology From the Editor; Terry Benson, Am49:13:4,5,6p01

An Apple II Masters the McMahon, Am49:15:4p37

An Exercise In Logistics and Faith, Am49:29:1p14

An Eyewitness Report On Go In Post-War Japan; John L Bauer, Am49:01:3p47

An Instant Tournament Primer; W.J. Hansen, Am49:26:1p24

An Interesting Letter; Ralph Fox, Am49:02:3p47

An International Affair; Roy Laird and Phil Straus, Am49:23:3p09

An International Go Tournament, Ja54:02:6p48

An Interview with Ishi Press Founder Richard Bozulich, Am49:23:1p20

An Introduction To Go Part I; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:1p01c

An Introduction To Go Part II; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:2p17

An Introduction To Go Part III; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:3p33

An Open Letter from the Editor, Am64:06:2p02

An Open Letter to the AGA Members from Sidney Kobashigawa, U.S. Representative at the 4th World Amateur Go Championship, Am49:17:1p20

An Open Letter to The AGA; Robert McCallister, Am49:21:2p06

And In English Too!, "The Canadian Go Review", and "The British Go Journal", Am49:21:4p45

And Now For Something Completely Different, Am49:28:1p08

Anders Kierulf's Smart Go Board; Dave Erbach, Am49:22:2p18

ANGLO-USSR Telephone Match, Am49:13:4,5,6p31

Ann Arbor Fall Tournament, Am49:13:4,5,6p04

Ann Arbor Go Club Spring Tournament, Am49:13:2p08

Ann Arbor Go Club Winter Tournament, Am49:12:5,6p02

Ann Arbor One-Day, Six Round Tournament: An Instant Pairing System; Dewey G. Cornell, Am49:19:4p06


Ann Arbor Spring Tournament, Am49:16:2p32

Ann Arbor Spring Tournaments End Tied, Am49:13:3p03

Ann Arbor Tournament, Am49:14:2p03, Am49:14:3p09

Ann Arbor vs Cleveland Ratings Match, Am49:14:3p18

Ann Arbor Winter Handicap Tournament, Am49:13:2p06

Ann Arbor Winter Tournament, Am49:15:1p06

Ann Arbor's Winter Icebreaker, Am49:20:3p03

Announcement: Seminar on Scientific Theory of Go - at the 1979 European Go Congress; Klaus Heine, Am49:13:4,5,6p38

Announcement: Termination of offer to provide a copy of the "AGJ Anthology" to each new subscriber; AGA, Am49:08:2p27

Announcements, Am49:10:2p02, Am49:10:6p02

Announcements: Pullman/Moscow Go Club, Michigan State University, Indiana University, Am49:10:3p02

Announcing Learn To Play Go by Jeong Soo-hyun & Janice Kim, Am49:29:1p49

Announcing publication of "Killer of Go"; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:28:3p40

Announcing the First Annual Gold Hill Open Go Tournament, Am49:13:2p08

Announcing the Michael Redmond Cup, Am49:27:4p39

Annual Father and Son Tournament Won by Horiguchis, Am64:02:5p03

Annual Portland Tournament, Am49:18:4p05

Anomalous Situation - A Letter to the Editor; Lien-sheng Yang, Am49:04:1p09

Another American Korean Professional, Am49:22:4p06

Another American Professional!!, Am49:24:4p03

Another Go Club Springs to Life, Am49:18:3p25

Another Telephone Match, Am64:03:1p03

Answer to Cover Problem, Am49:09:1p17, Am49:09:2p11, Am49:09:4p04, Am49:09:5p02, Am49:09:6p07, Am49:10:1p08, Am49:10:2p05, Am49:10:3p11, Am49:10:4p07, Am49:10:5p10, Am49:10:6p05, Am49:11:1p08, Am49:11:2p10, Am49:11:3p15, Am49:11:5p24, Am49:12:1p20, Am49:12:2p23, Am49:12:3,4p43, Am49:13:2p33, Am49:13:3p24, Am49:14:1p28, Am49:14:5,6p48, Am49:15:1p23, Am49:15:4p40, Am49:16:2p32, Am49:17:3p27

Answer To Cover Problem; Fujisawa, Am49:11:4p22

Answer to Cover Problem; Shimoda, Am49:09:3p15

Answer to Ladder Problem, Am49:15:2,3p43

Answer To Problem on Page 21, Ja54:02:3p24

Answer To Problem on Page 27, Ja54:02:4p32

Answer to the Chosei problem (v04:2p13), Am49:04:2p18

Answers To Kim's Killers, Am49:21:4p46

Answers to Nakayama Problems, Am49:19:1p24

Answers to Problems, Am49:05:2p25

Answers to Problems Continued, Am49:05:2p29

Answers to Problems on Page 2, Am49:05:1p13

Answers to Problems on page 23, Am49:07:1,2p31

Answers To Problems on Page 3, Am49:04:1p16

Answers To Problems on page 33, Ja54:02:5p40

Answers To Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:25:2,3p69

Anyone for Amateur Radio Go?, Am49:10:2p02

Appeal for Extra Donations - Results, Am64:03:2p02

Argentine Go Association Formed, Am64:05:3p06

Aristotle On Go - Where East Meets West; David Mechner, Am49:25:2,3p34

Asahi Top Eight Tournament Championship Match, Am49:11:5p11

At the Meijin's Teaching Hall; Fujisawa Shuko, Translated by Bob McGuigan, Am49:21:3p17

Attack and Defense, A Book Review; Roy Laird, Am49:15:4p18

Attention All Go Players: Buy Another Book Shelf, Am49:29:2p03

Attention All Programmers, Am49:20:2p03

Availability of Books in English and Low-priced Equipment, Am64:05:1p07

Available From The AGA, Am49:21:2p23, Am49:21:3p29, Am49:21:4p35

Back Issues of Go Review Available, Am49:16:2p24, Am49:17:2p31

Back Issues of the AGJ are Available, Am49:06:1p09

Baduk and Life; Dr. Seoung-Yong Hong, Am49:25:1p33

Ballot for Officers, Am64:03:1pA

Baltimore Go Club News, Am49:14:5,6p04

Baltimore Go Club News; Warren Litt and Jim Pickett, Am49:15:4p14

Baltimore Mid-Winter Tournament, Am49:13:2p04

Baltimore Open, Am49:23:2p07

Baltimore Tournament, Am49:14:3p09

Banking On Go, Am49:24:4p04

Base Positions; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:1p14

Batman and Robin, Am49:22:4p40

Batting 1000, Am49:21:3p04

Battle is On! (New York Six Week Tournament), Am49:02:4p64

Baubles, Bangles, and Beads, Am49:17:3p06

Bay Area Gets a Pro, Am49:22:1p07

Bay Area Workshop, Am49:22:1p08

Because I Love The Game - Redmond Interview Part 1; Les Lanphear, Am49:20:1p19

Because I Love The Game - Redmond Interview Part 2; Les Lanphear, Am49:20:2p10

Become A Go Master!; Ishi Press, Am49:21:2p33, Am49:21:3p33, Am49:21:4p49

Being A Sport, Am49:22:3p06

Bell Labs Finally Wins One From IBM at the Game of Go, Am64:05:1p06

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Am49:05:3p35

Bent-4 In The Corner - A Controversial Rule; Don Wiener, Am49:15:2,3p30

Beware of an Automatic Answer; Magari, Am49:09:1p15

Bi-coastal Cherry Blossoms, Am49:21:2p03

Big Board Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p12

Big Brother Changed our Zip Code!, Am49:15:2,3p03

Big Orange Gets Bigger, Am49:22:2p06

Big Orange Goes International, Am49:23:1p03

Biography of Professor Ralph Fox, Am64:03:1p03

Biography of Takao Matsuda Six dan, Am64:02:6p04

Black Hole Theory of Go; By Players Zero, Minus One, et al., Am49:29:1p24

Boards and Stones; Zen, Am49:13:3p04, Am49:13:4,5,6p19, Am49:14:1p15, Am49:14:2p13, Am49:14:3p17, Am49:14:4p06, Am49:14:5,6p12, Am49:15:1p12, Am49:15:2,3p27

Book Review "Graded Go Problems for Beginners", Am49:19:4p32

Books Wanted; Max Barnard, Am49:16:4p15

Boston Breaks Attendance Record, Am49:20:3p04

Boston, SF, Philly, Denver, Am49:21:2p28

British Go Association, Am49:17:4p23

British Go Association Publishes Go Songbook, Am49:23:2p07

British Go Players Visit China, Am49:14:2p04

British Go Players Visit China; Stuart Dowsey, Am49:14:3p18

British Invasion; Francis Roads, Am49:23:3p08

Broadening Your Go Horizons "Go" (Dutch), "The Deutsche Go-Zeitung" (German), "Go- Revue Francais du Go" (France); Bob High, Am49:21:4p06

Brooklyn Go Club, Am49:24:1p15, Am49:24:2p33

Bruce Wilcox Creates Another Nemesis; Roy Laird, Am49:23:2p17

BTL Beats IBM in Annual Match 3-2, Am64:07:2p05

By-Laws Vote, Am49:27:4p04

Calling All Artists; AGA, Am49:25:2,3p32

Calling All Hams! or Wats or TWX! Come In Please!, Am49:11:4p03

Calling All Programmers, Am49:20:3p25

Can The American Go Establishment Recover From a Bad Fuseki; Milton N. Bradley, Am49:09:6p16

Canadian Championship Tremendous Success, Am49:17:2p05

Canadian Championship; Terry Benson, Am49:15:5,6p05

Canadian Fujitsu, Am49:25:1p03

Canadian Go Association Formally Organized, Am49:13:4,5,6p24

Canterbury Go Congress, Am49:26:4p16

Carlson Memorial Becomes Regional, Am49:22:3p07

Carlton Chess and Go Club, Am64:03:3p05

Cause of Victory; The Cause of Defeat; Ota Kiyomichi, Am49:17:2p19

Central Region Establishes "Triple Crown", Am49:22:3p07

Cha Chastens Cho - Jimmy Cha Beats Cho Chikun in Fujitsu Cup!!, Am49:24:1p04

Cha, Redmond To Play In SF Fujitsu Playoff, Am49:24:3p03

Challenge - Purdue vs anybody on the telephone, Am64:02:4p02

Challenger's Tournament, Am64:01:2p01

Challenger's Tournament For Hon-In-Bo, Ja54:02:2p16

Championships Gallery, Am49:19:1p09

Changes In the AGA and the Go Review, Am64:07:1p01

Changing of the Guard in Seattle; Mike Rosen, Am49:16:4p15

Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:27:4p10, Am49:28:1p21, Am49:28:2p18, Am49:28:3p30, Am49:28:4p15, Am49:29:1p11

Chernowitz Library, Am49:05:1p16

Chess In Schools - Why Not Go?, Am49:26:2p04

Chevalley - Segoe, Ja54:02:6p46

Children's Crusade, Am49:26:3p03

China Defeats United States in First International Telex Go Match, Am49:10:6p02

China Wins New York International Go Championship, Am64:04:1p04

China/Hong Kong Go Tour, Am49:25:4p03

Chinatown Go Club Finds New Quarters, Am49:18:3p04

Chinese Jade & Quartz stones; Yotopian, Am49:26:1p33

Chinese Pro Games In L.A., Am49:22:4p06

Chinese Problems, Am49:20:2p14

Chinese Pros Give Numerical Ratings A Try, Am49:29:1p06

Chinese Pros Tour US, Am49:21:1p08

Chinese Rule; Bill Spight, Am49:12:3,4p27

Chinese Team Invited to U.S., Am49:14:3p03

Chinese Tour, Am49:20:4p03

Cho - Go Game, Ja54:02:3p22


Cho Chi Kun Visits the U.S., Am49:18:3p04

Cho Chikun: From Shodan to Superstar; Bob Terry, Am49:18:2p13

Cho Hoon-hyun Meets The New Wave; Badok Magazine, Translated by Janice Kim, Am49:21:2p11

Cho vs Otake: The Long and Winding Road; Bob Terry, Am49:19:2p08

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 01; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:1p12

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 02; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:2p27

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 03; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:3p41

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 04; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:4p57

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 05; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:1p10

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 06; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:2p29

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 07; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:3p44

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 08; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:4p55

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 09; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:03:1p08

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 10; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:03:2p29

Classical Handicap Joseki Part 11; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:03:4p60

Cleveland Dog Days Regional, Am49:18:2p03

Cleveland Tournament Expands To Two Days, Am49:23:2p07

Cleveland's Carlson Open, Am49:18:4p04, Am49:20:3p26

Clobbered Again! Bell Labs loses again to IBM for the 6th time, Am64:03:3p04

Club and Rating News, Am49:19:4p26

Club Bulletin Board: Indiana University, Dallas County, New Mexico, The Penn, Am49:12:1p08

Club Charters and Rank Diplomas, Am49:11:4p05

Club Corrections, Am49:18:3p04

Club Notices: Gilbert W. Rosenthal Memorial Go Club, Dallas County Go Circle, Zen; Terry Benson, Am49:13:1p32

Club Notices: Los Angeles Seinan-Go Kaisho, Los Angeles Korean Go Club, Fairfax VA George Mason Go Group, Am49:14:4p03

Club Notices: New Portland, Atlanta, Kansas University, Brigham Young, Massachusetts, Boulder, Chicago, Baltimore, Whichita State University, Northern Virginia,, Am49:13:3p07

Club Notices: Pullman/Moscow, San Diego Report, Friday Night Go in Washington, Long Beach Contact, Go In Queens, New Philadelphia Go Contact, Am49:13:2p18

Club Notices: Washington DC, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Chicago, Am49:13:4,5,6p36

Clubs: Michigan State, Massachusetts, Oregon, London, Am49:10:2p02

Collector's Item: AGJ Back Issues; AGA, Am49:09:1p00b

Colonies Repulse British Attack; Roy Laird, Am49:13:4,5,6p42

Come One Come All to the U.S. Championships, Am49:18:3p03

Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen", Am49:11:5p07, Am49:12:1p09, Am49:12:2p23, Am49:12:3,4p17, Am49:12:5,6p20, Am49:13:1p24

Comic Art In Japanese Society; Conrad Skinner, Am49:19:2p23

Coming In The Next Issue, Am64:06:1p07, Am64:06:2p05

Coming Soon: "The World Of Go" and "Test Your Strength", Am49:25:2,3p08

Comment; AGA, Am64:05:2p03

Comment; Shimada Takuji, "Igo Kempo", Am49:01:3p43

Comments On "The Laws of Wei-Ch'i" and a Counterproposal; William F. Mann, Am49:11:1p10

Committee Reports, Am49:22:3p26

Complete Set of "Go Reviews" For Sale; John Stephenson, Am49:15:1p19, Am49:15:2,3p45

Complete Set of 1974 American Go Journals, Am49:10:1p11

Complete Set of Go Reviews For Sale; John Stephenson, Am49:14:3p07

Computer Eyes, Am49:23:4p03

Computer Games I & II, Am49:23:1p07

Computer Games Olympiad Will Feature Go, Am49:23:1p04

Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach, Am49:21:2p23, Am49:21:3p21, Am49:21:4p13, Am49:22:1p33

Computer Go Bibliography; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:14:5,6p40

Computer Go: Part 5; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:18:3p24

Computer Go; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:13:4,5,6p44, Am49:14:5,6p23

Computer Go; Crystalline Creations, Inc, Am49:21:4p39

Computer Go; David Erbach, Am49:21:1p29, Am49:22:2p40

Computer Software; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:28:3p29, Am49:28:4p24, Am49:29:1p45, Am49:29:2p19

Computer Workshop at the European Go Congress, Am49:20:2p07

Computers and Go; Terry Benson, Am49:14:1p06

Confucius, Elmer Davis, and The New York Times, Am49:01:4p54

Congratulations! Philip W. Anderson, Am49:13:1p26

Congratulations, Gentlemen! Promoted to Amateur 2 dan: Robert Gillooly, Yaichi Hayakawa, Walter W. Marseille, Scott Taylor, Am55:00:1p02

Connecticut State Open, Am49:10:4p02

Corner Positions Leading to Ko, Seki, or Capture; Bruno Ruger, Am49:02:1p13

Correction to "Natural Go" Part 3; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:1p37

Correction to diagram v07:4p51, Am49:08:1p06

Correction to Igo Shareware Credits, Am49:29:2p05

Correction to Photo v10:1, Am49:10:2p02

Corrections: Last Year's Congress Issue, Am49:21:4p05

Corrections: Life & Death from A to Z, Am49:22:3p12

Corrections: Ted Drange small boards, Am49:20:2p29

Correspondence Go?, Am49:02:4p64

Counting Liberties; Masayoshi Fukuda 6Dan, Am49:04:1p04

Cover Problem, Am49:09:1p00a, Am49:09:2p00a, Am49:09:3p00a, Am49:09:4p00a, Am49:09:5p00a, Am49:09:6p00a, Am49:10:1p00a, Am49:10:2p00a, Am49:10:3p00a, Am49:10:4p00a, Am49:10:5p00a, Am49:10:6p00a, Am49:11:1p00a, Am49:11:2p00a, Am49:11:3p00a, Am49:11:4p00a, Am49:11:5p00a, Am49:11:6p00a, Am49:12:1p00a, Am49:12:2p00a, Am49:12:3,4p00a, Am49:12:5,6p00a, Am49:13:1p00a, Am49:13:2p00a, Am49:13:3p00a, Am49:14:1p00a, Am49:14:5,6p00b, Am49:15:1p00b, Am49:15:4p00b, Am49:16:2p00b, Am49:17:3p00b

Craig Hutchinson Reappointed AGA Librarian, Am49:09:2p01

Crazy Go, Am49:26:3p15

Criteria For Selection of Invitational Tournament Contenders - US Representative to the World Amateur Go Championships, Am49:28:4p32

Czech It Out, Man - A Month Of Solid Go, Am49:27:1p08

DAE YOL KIM: Portrait of A Champion; Michael Simon, Am49:27:1p26

Dan-Kyu Commentary Exchange Proposed, Am49:21:1p03

Dan-Kyu Very Much, Am49:22:1p11

Danmaker, Am49:19:4p19, Am49:20:1p17, Am49:20:2p04, Am49:20:3p28, Am49:20:4p08

Danmaker Series, Am49:18:4p31, Am49:19:1p25, Am49:19:2p04

David Mitchell Sets World Record, Am49:12:3,4p40

Day of the "7-Dan"?; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p16

Day Off, Am49:26:3p13

Deeper Meaning of Go; Ken Veit, Am49:11:4p10

Denver Debut, Am49:20:3p05

Denver Korean Association, Am49:18:2p03

Dept. of Corrections, Am49:23:2p07

Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press, Am49:23:4p41, Am49:24:1p41, Am49:24:2p41, Am49:24:3p41, Am49:24:4p41, Am49:25:1p41, Am49:25:2,3p73, Am49:25:4p41

Deviant Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p12

Diabolical Handicap Play; Yamabe Toshiro, Translation Bob Terry, Am49:18:4p08

Did This Man Teach George Washington To Play Go?; Jaap K. Blom, Am49:21:4p43

Did You Forget? - The 1992 US Go Congress, Am49:26:1p35

Did You Know, Am49:17:4p13, Am49:17:4p22, Am49:17:4p29, Am49:17:4p29, Am49:18:3p07, Am49:18:4p06

Did You Know..., Am49:16:4p22, Am49:16:4p32

Did You Know...?, Am49:17:3p31, Am49:17:3p32

Did You Know; Ted Drange, Am49:18:1p05, Am49:18:1p25

Did You Miss...These Valuable Back Issues of AGJ, Am49:21:1p31

Digital Go Mouse, Am49:24:2p05

Direction for Pressing, Am49:09:4p07

Direction of Play; Ken Koester, Am49:22:1p26, Am49:22:2p28, Am49:24:2p28

Do Go Players Have More Testosterone?, Am49:22:3p17

Do Not So Gently Offer To Resign, Am49:27:1p39

Does Ellery Queen Play Go?, Am49:21:1p03

Does God Play Go?, Am49:25:1p32

Does Hoshi Cry? Part 1; Kajiwara, Am49:09:3p04

Does Hoshi Cry? Part 2; Kajiwara, Am49:09:4p08

Does Hoshi Cry? Part 3; Kajiwara, Am49:09:5p04

Does the Ladder Work? Problem, Am49:15:2,3p35

Dolen Chosen World Championship Team Captain, Am49:14:1p14

Don't Forget To Vote!; AGA, Am49:26:4p03, Am49:27:4p19

Dr Matsutomo is U.S. Eastern Honinbo for 1967, Am64:01:2p01

Dr. Drange's Go Theorems, Am49:19:4p07

Dr. Robert M. Ryder, March 8, 1915 - July 21, 1994, Am49:28:4p03

e's Go In Them Thar Hills, Am49:26:1p03

East Coast Chinro, Am49:19:1p21

East Coast Tournament Charts, Am49:09:6p16


East Meets West: A Game From the 1986 World Amateur Go Championship; Ron Snyder, Am49:20:3p13

Eastern and Western Executive Committees Meet, Am49:13:4,5,6p13

Eastern Championship In Philadelphia, Am49:23:2p07

Eastern Executive Committee Meets to Accept Western Proposal and Formulate Bylaws, Am49:13:1p01

Eastern Go Scene, Am49:09:3p08

Eastern Honinbo & US Kyu Championship, Am49:09:6p12

Eastern Honinbo Finals, Am49:11:6p07

Eastern Honinbo Tournament Plans, Am64:03:1p03

Eastern Honinbo Tournament Report, Am49:09:6p02

Eastern Honinbo Won By Kang, Am49:11:5p02

Eastern Inter-Club Handicap Tournament, Am49:09:6p13

Eastern Representative Tournament, Am49:15:4p37

Eastern U.S. Championship - C.S. Shen Defeats Matsuda in Final Round, Am49:08:2p17

Eastern U.S. Championship Al Fresco, Am49:20:2p07

Eastern U.S. Go Championships, Am49:13:1p28

Easterns; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:1p09

Easy Go-ing, Am49:15:4p09, Am49:15:5,6p21, Am49:16:1p33, Am49:16:2p33, Am49:16:3p31, Am49:17:1p33, Am49:17:2p09, Am49:17:3p20, Am49:17:4p10, Am49:18:1p27, Am49:18:2p23, Am49:18:3p26, Am49:18:4p31, Am49:19:3p29, Am49:19:4p21, Am49:20:4p31, Am49:21:4p13

Editor of German "Go-Zeitung" Visits New York, Am55:00:1p02

Editorial, Am49:02:3p37, Am49:09:1p03, Am49:09:3p03, Am64:04:1p02, Am64:05:1p02, Am64:07:1p01

Editorial #1: Farewell from the Editor, Am64:07:2p02

Editorial #2: Is the AGA Dead? (Continued), Am64:07:2p02

Editorial #3: The Future of Go in the U.S.A., Am64:07:2p03

Editorial: Good News & Bad News, Am64:06:3p02

Editorial; J. Stephenson, Am49:09:2p03

Editorial; John Stephenson, Am49:11:4p01

Editorial; Roy Laird, Am49:21:4p03

Edward Lasker Trophy Announced, Am64:02:6p06

Eight Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:05:2p22

Eighth World Amateur Championship; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:20:3p09

Eisaku Sato, Prime Minister of Japan, Presented the AGA with a Trophy, Am64:00:5p01

Electronic Go Board, Am49:20:2p07, Am49:20:3p14, Am49:20:4p12, Am49:21:1p10, Am49:21:2p15, Am49:21:3p32, Am49:21:4p13, Am49:22:2p34, Am49:22:3p08, Am49:22:4p37, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p32, Am49:23:3p19, Am49:23:4p31, Am49:24:2p25, Am49:24:3p38

Empty Board - Attachment; William S. Cobb, Am49:29:1p20

Empty Board - Emptiness; William S.Cobb, Am49:28:4p34

Empty Board Go Proverbs as Koans; William S. Cobb, Am49:29:2p34

End of The Fourth Round; AGA, Am49:01:4p63

End Play; Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:3p33

End To A Successful Tour: Isamu Haruyama, Yasumasa Hane, Am49:10:3p03

Enjoyable Self-Test; Rin Kai Ho (Meijin), Am49:09:1p11

Enlarge Your Asian Horizons with Kyoto Journal, Am49:26:3p33

Equipment, Am49:01:3p45

Errata "The Game of Go", Am49:02:4p59

Errata (v3:2p24), Am49:03:4p51

Errata AGJ 22:1: News, Masterpieces of Handicap Go, Kim's Killers, Am49:22:2p08

Errata Ja54v02:6p45, Ja54:03:1p08

Errata v01:1p3,p11, Am49:04:2p18

Erratum v06:1p10, Am49:06:3p46

Escorted China Go Tour, Am49:25:4p25

Essay Contest; None Redmond, Am49:29:2p31

Essential Techniques of Go Part 1; Takao Matsuda, Am49:07:3p33

Essential Techniques of Go Part 2; Takao Matsuda, Am49:07:4p49

Essential Techniques of Go Part 3; Takao Matsuda, Am49:08:1p07

Essential Techniques of Go Part 4; Takao Matsuda, Am49:08:3p33

Essential Techniques of Go Part 5; Takao Matsuda, Am49:08:4p54

Etudes; Bob High, Am49:24:1p14

European Excursions; Bob High, Am49:24:1p13

European Go Championship Final Game Record, Am49:11:6p10

European Go Congress - Synopsis of Tournaments and Events, Am49:10:3p13

European Go Congress; John Beckett, Am49:18:2p11

European Go Players Gain In Numbers and Strength, Am64:05:1p06

European System, Am64:02:1p05

European Team Go, Am49:23:3p04

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 01; Honinbo Shusai, Translated by Masao Dodo, Edited by LF Hartman, WD Witt and Max Steinbook, Am49:01:2p24

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 02; Honinbo Shusai, Translated by Masao Dodo, Edited by LF Hartman, WD Witt and Max Steinbook, Am49:01:3p39

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 03; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:01:4p55

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 04; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:1p07

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 05; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:2p28

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 06 & 07; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:3p42

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 08 & 09; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:4p51

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 10 & 11; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:1p06

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 12, 13 & 14; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:2p26

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 15 & 16; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:3p44

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 17; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:4p61

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 18 & 19; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:04:1p14

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 20; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:04:2p24

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 21; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:05:1p14

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 22; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:05:2p19

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 23 & 24; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:05:4p58

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 25; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:06:1p06

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 26; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:06:3p47

Even Game Joseki Part I; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:4p49

Even Game Joseki Part II; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:1p01

Even Game Joseki Part III; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:2p25

Even Game Joseki Part IV; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:3p38

Even Game Joseki Part V; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:4p60

Even The Blossoms !! A Report on the Northern Virginia Cherry Blossom Tournament; Ken Koester, Am49:16:4p07

Famous Western Go Players, Am49:24:4p15

Fantasylair '83, Am49:17:3p04

Fifth U.S. Go Congress, August 6-13, 1989, Rutgers University, Am49:22:4p00

Final Game, 1979 PAEWANG Title, Am49:14:4p18

Final Match, Am49:27:1p11

Final Round, Am49:23:4p13

First 1987 Kisei Playoff Game to Be Held in Los Angeles, Am49:20:4p03

First 1988 Kisei Game Held In Honolulu, Am49:22:1p06

First AGA Internet Go Tournament, Am49:29:2p03

First AGA Internet Tournament, Am49:29:1p08

First Annual Baltimore Korean Open, Am49:13:1p02

First Annual Connecticut State Open Championships, Am49:10:6p04

First Annual Long Island Open, Am49:13:2p03


First Annual Long Island Open Go Tournament, Am49:12:5,6p03

First Annual Sen Suzuki Tournament Results, Am49:16:2p05

First British National Schools Team Go Championships, Am49:15:2,3p48

First Canadian Go Tournament, Am64:03:3p04

First Canadian Open Draws 48, Am49:13:4,5,6p25

First Game 1976 Meijin Match, Am49:14:5,6p47

First Go Lesson - Or How to Teach a Beginner and Have Him Come Back to Play Some More, Am64:06:1p01

First Go Match by Long-Distance Telephone; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:4p03

First Honinbo Title Match Game 1; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:1p03

First Honinbo Title Match Game 2; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:2p19

First Honinbo Title Match Game 3; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:3p35

First Honinbo Title Match Game 4; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:4p52

First Honinbo Title Match Game 5; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:02:1p03

First Honinbo Title Match Game 6; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Edited By Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:2p19

First Ing Computer Go Championships; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:20:2p24

First Inter-City Club Competition - Tele-Tsuke Will Link Cleveland and Baltimore, Am49:21:2p05

First International Go Tournament, Am64:00:2p02

First International Tournament, Ja54:03:1p08

First Issue of "Go World" Appears, Am49:12:2p09

First Kisei Title Series, Am49:12:2p15

First Life Member, Am49:24:3p04

First Mejin Game In New York, Am49:21:2p10

First Open Go Championship of the Province of Quebec; Matthias Thim, Am49:14:4p08

First Release of the Dan Maker Series; Bill Skees, Am49:18:2p04, Am49:18:3p14

First Southern California Open Go Tournament, Am49:18:1p04

First Unified US Championship; Roy Laird & Phil Straus, Am49:22:3p23

First United States Go Congress, August 10-18, 1985, Am49:18:4p16, Am49:19:1p12, Am49:19:2p17

First World Amateur Go Championship; Terry Benson, Am49:14:2p08

First World Youth Super Go Championship: Final Match, Am49:28:1p10

Five Minutes To More Cultured Go-Playing; Janice Kim, Am49:20:1p06

Five Stone Fuseki Study By Iwamoto; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:4p56

Five Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:04:2p22

Five Worst Moves in 1985; Kageyama Toshiro, Translation Terry Gallagher, Am49:20:1p12

Flash Cha's Success Continues, Am49:22:4p12

Flash! Janice Kim..., Am49:22:2p07

Flash: Expert Wins Wrong Tournament, Am49:13:4,5,6p28

Flavor of the Game; Bob High, Am49:23:4p16

Focus On Go, Am49:09:1p05

For Sale: Books and magnetic set; James Cho, Am49:14:5,6p40, Am49:15:1p17

For Sale: Complete Sets of Go Review Magazine, Am49:13:1p26

For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson, Am49:18:3p09, Am49:19:4p30, Am49:20:2p23, Am49:20:3p21, Am49:20:4p29, Am49:21:2p28, Am49:21:4p37, Am49:22:1p33, Am49:22:2p08, Am49:22:3p12, Am49:22:4p18

For The Children - James Chen's American Go Institute, Am49:21:3p08

Foreigner's Tournament In Tokyo Won By The Foreigners, Am64:05:3p05

Forthcoming Tournaments, Am64:03:3p05

Four Games From "Boot Camp", Am49:26:2p10

Four Handed Game; B:Kitani & Go Seigen, W:Suzuki & Segoshi, Am49:02:4p63

Four on a Match, Am49:22:2p04

Fourth U.S. Go Congress, Am49:22:2p19

Fourth U.S. Go Congress - July 30-Aug 7 - Berkeley, CA, Am49:22:1p19

Fourth US Go Congress; Roy Laird & Phil Straus, Am49:22:3p16

Fourth World Youth Championship In Hong Kong - Two From L.A. Will Represent North America, Am49:21:2p04

Fourth World Youth Wei-chi Championship; Harry Gonshor, Am49:21:4p12

Free $$! (Well, almost free), Am49:29:1p39

Free Compuserver Introductory Offer, Am49:27:1p07

French Go Magazine, Am49:14:4p23, Am49:14:5,6p02, Am49:15:4p22

Friendship Matches, Am49:26:3p13

From The Editor, Am64:05:3p01

Fujisawa vs Hashimoto, Am49:08:3p37

Fujitsu Cup, Am49:22:2p10

Fujitsu Final; Michael Redmond, Am49:25:4p10

Fujitsu Playoff In SF, Am49:24:2p05

Fujitsu Sponsors First World Go Championship, Am49:22:1p04

Fujitsu Tournament Results, Am49:23:4p06

Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Kinsburg, Am49:02:3p37

Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Marseille, Am49:02:3p33

Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Robert Gillooly, Am49:02:4p54

Fukuda in Hawaii, Am49:03:2p18

Fukuda Visit, Am49:05:3p35

Fukuda Visits New Jersey, Am64:02:1p04

Fukuda, 6 Dan, on Visit, Am64:01:3p03

Fun Go Tests; Sakata, Am49:10:2p05

Further Adventures of Go Kiburi - Go Kiburi Takes Up Woodwork; David Sutton, Am49:28:2p39

Fuseki Master; Skees Associates, Inc., Am49:21:2p20

Fuseki Study, Am49:25:1p34

Fuseki: Toward Becoming Shodan; Hashimoto Shoji, Translated by Dennis Waggoner, Am49:17:1p16

Game Analysis; Sen Suzuki, Am49:21:3p32

Game Between Mr. Ichigen Okubo and Takao Matsuda, Am64:07:1p05

Game of Go, by A. Smith, is Back in Print, Am49:06:1p09

Game of Wei Chi, Book Review, Am49:20:3p07

Game Record, Am49:28:2p38

Game Supplement, Am49:27:3p22

Games Gallery, Am49:10:2p18

Games of Go Seigen; Mark Hall, Am49:27:2p39, Am49:27:4p09, Am49:28:1p13

Games Wanted, Am49:23:4p04

Gardena Go Club Tournament, Am64:02:4p05

Gardena Go Handicap Tournament, Am64:06:3p05

Get Stoned With NEMESIS V5, Am49:25:2,3p00, Am49:27:2p41, Am49:27:3p41, Am49:27:4p41, Am49:28:1p41, Am49:28:2p41, Am49:28:3p41

Get Strong At Invading; Kiseido, Am49:29:2p21

Get Strong At Joseki; Kiseido, Am49:29:2p20

Get the Facts About Go In "The Go Player's Almanac"; Ishi Press, Am49:26:1p41, Am49:26:2p42, Am49:26:3p42, Am49:26:4p42

Getting Organized, Am49:09:3p01

Getting The Most Out Of The Opening Part 1; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:20:3p19

Getting the Most Out of the Opening Part 2; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:20:4p25

Getting the Most Out of the Opening Part 3; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:21:1p16

Gillooly - Kim, Ja54:03:1p05

Gillooly - Segoe, Ja54:02:5p38

Give It Your Best Effort, an Interview with Phil Straus; Roy Laird, Am49:22:4p19

Glass Bead Game; Ernest Brown, Am49:24:2p18

Go, Am49:12:1p01, Am49:12:2p01, Am49:12:3,4p01, Am49:12:5,6p01, Am49:13:2p01, Am49:13:4,5,6p02, Am49:14:1p01, Am49:14:2p01, Am49:14:3p01, Am49:14:4p01, Am49:15:1p01, Am49:15:2,3p01, Am49:15:4p01, Am49:16:1p01, Am49:16:2p01, Am49:16:3p01, Am49:16:4p01, Am49:17:1p01, Am49:17:2p01, Am49:17:3p01, Am49:17:4p01, Am49:18:1p01, Am49:18:2p01, Am49:18:3p01, Am49:18:4p01, Am49:19:1p01, Am49:19:2p01, Am49:19:3p01, Am49:19:4p01, Am49:20:1p01, Am49:20:2p01, Am49:20:3p01, Am49:20:4p01, Am49:21:1p01, Am49:21:2p01

Go Activities In Japan, Ja54:01:2p16

Go Activities In Japan - Periodicals On Go, Ja54:02:1p06

Go And Cognitive Psychology; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:1p07

Go and Education: The Key To The Future, Am49:25:2,3p38

Go and Fencing - Review of "Gote No Sente", Am49:20:2p09

Go and Go-Moku By Edward Lasker is back in print, Am49:08:3p47

Go and Sexual Intimacy, Am49:22:2p05

Go and the I Ching, Am49:25:1p23

Go And Thinking Part 1, Am49:21:3p06

Go And Thinking Part 2, Am49:22:1p18

Go And Thinking Part 3, Am49:22:2p09

Go Anywhere; Home Planet Software, Am49:24:1p37

Go at Litton Industries, Am49:18:2p29

Go at New York City High Schools, Am64:02:4p05

Go Board Demonstration Boards; GMI Goboards, Am49:29:2p33

Go Books in English, Am64:04:1p07

Go Books In English Available Through The AGA, Am49:11:3p02, Am49:12:1p07

Go By Golly By Post; Tom Schmidel, Am49:20:3p06

Go Camping Norway 1978, Am49:13:2p32

Go Classifications; Bjorn Goldis, Am49:28:4p17, Am49:29:2p35

Go Club Activities; Kansas City, Michigan State, New York, Am49:15:1p03

Go Club Notes: Cleveland Go Club Moves to Case-Western Reserve University, Am64:05:2p04

Go Club Notes: Cleveland, San Francisco, Chicago, Am64:05:3p07

Go Club Profiles - New York State Open Championships, Am64:02:3p05

Go Club Profiles: Atlanta, Goose Hollow, Greater Washington, Lakers, Montreal, Purdue University, Stanford University, University of Wisconsin, Am64:01:2p03

Go Club Profiles: Berkley, Hawaii Kiin, New York, New York City, Portland, Princeton, Am64:01:3p02

Go Club Profiles: Cleveland, Denver, New Jersey, San Francisco, Massachusetts, Seattle, Am64:01:1p02

Go Club Profiles: La Jolla Go Club, Am64:02:2p01

Go Club Profiles: Massachusetts, Holmdel, Whippany, Am64:02:1p01

Go Club Profiles: Pasadena, Chicago, Morgantown, San Francisco, Am64:02:6p10

Go Club Profiles: Rafu Kiin, Seinan Go Kaisha, Pasadena, Santa Barbara, Gardena, Monterey, Virginia, Univac, Greater Washington, Montreal, Ann Arbor, Chicago Me, Am64:02:3p02

Go Club Profiles: Stanford, Japanese Language Speaking Association, Univac, Montreal, New York, Greater Hartford, Am64:02:4p07

Go Club Started at N.Y.U.- "Esquire" Article Credited, Bu36:01:1p01b

Go Clubs in North America: (60 Clubs listed), Am64:06:2p05

Go Clubs in North America: Additions, Am64:07:1p03, Am64:07:2p06

Go Clubs in North America: Additions & Corrections, Am64:06:3p06

Go Clubs: Ann Arbor, NJ Champion, Baltimore vs Washington, Delaware Valley, Am49:09:2p01

Go Clubs: Canada, Argentina, Chicago, Cleveland, Murray Hill, Am64:06:1p06

Go Clubs: Detroit, South New Jersey, Harvey Mudd College, Minneapolis, Am64:05:1p07

Go Clubs: New Mexico, Albuquerque, Maryland, Minnesota, Am64:05:2p04

Go Clubs: Penn. State Open, Pacific Open Coming in August, Fairfield County Go Club, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Uchikomi, Oklahoma City, Cal Poly, Jamaica, Tri, Am49:09:4p01

Go Comes to Long Island, Am49:11:6p05

Go Conference on BBS; The Tank, Am49:22:3p10

Go Congress to See Large Turnout, Am49:19:2p03

Go Culture In The Emerald City; Player Zero, Am49:25:2,3p63

Go Day 1978 is January 28th, Am49:12:5,6p02

Go Day in San Francisco; Bob Hamilton, Am49:19:2p06

Go Equipment; American Go Supply, Am49:08:3p40

Go Equipment; Tokyo Sales Corp., Am49:15:1p10, Am49:15:2,3p41, Am49:15:4p17

Go Flourishing In New York, Ja54:02:3p24

Go For Beginners: Professional 9x9 Go Part 1; Richard Hunter, Am49:26:2p32

Go For Bush in '92, Am49:26:1p04

Go For Sierra, Am49:26:3p03

Go Global With Internet!, Am49:26:4p04, Am49:27:1p07

Go in Argentina, Am49:09:4p06

Go in Business Week, Am49:26:4p03

Go in California, Am49:14:3p18

Go in California, Cleveland, Portland, Florida, Penn State, Tucson, Am49:15:2,3p04


Go in California, Pennsylvania, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal, Texas, Washington, Maryland, Am49:14:1p19

Go in Californina, Am49:18:2p21

Go in Canada, Am49:18:2p10

Go in Cleveland, Am49:17:2p13

Go in Cleveland, San Diego, Ottawa, Am49:14:2p05

Go in Columbus, Am49:17:3p19

Go in D.C., Am49:14:1p03

Go in Dallas, Am49:15:4p33

Go in Iowa, Am49:17:1p21

Go in Israel, Am49:20:1p09

Go in Japan, Am49:17:3p10

Go in Kansas City, Am49:17:3p27

Go in Los Angeles, Am49:16:3p10, Am49:17:2p24

Go in Madison, Am49:14:3p09

Go in Maryland, Am49:17:3p17

Go in New York, Am49:19:2p03, Am49:20:1p24

Go in North Carolina, Am49:17:1p13

Go in North Texas, Am49:21:1p25

Go in Ohio, Am49:17:1p09

Go in Oregon, Am49:14:1p03, Am49:17:1p04

Go in Ottawa, Am49:17:1p04

Go in Ottawa, Santa Rosa, Illinois, Am49:17:3p28

Go in Pennsylvania, Am49:15:5,6p19

Go in Princeton, Am49:15:4p24

Go in River City, Kansas City, Syracuse, Am49:17:1p28

Go in Sacramento, Chicago, Am49:17:3p11

Go in San Francisco, Am49:20:1p09

Go in Seattle, Am49:20:1p13

Go in Shangri-La - Ing's World Pro Cup Comes To Beijing, Am49:22:4p04

Go in Sonoma County, Am49:17:1p27

Go in Space, Am49:27:2p05, Am49:29:1p04

Go in Taiwan, Am49:03:2p18

Go in Tennessee, Am49:15:4p33

Go in The City Of Peace; Bob High, Am49:24:2p06

Go in The New York City Area; Boris J Kinsburg, Am49:01:3p46

Go in The Open!, Am49:11:3p01

Go in The San Francisco Area; Guthrie McClain, Am49:01:3p47

Go in The Ultimate Party Town, Am49:25:1p03

Go in The USSR; Roy Laird, Am49:24:2p32

Go in TV Land; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p32

Go in U.S.A., Ja54:02:2p16

Go in Vancouver: Summer, '82 Highlights; Roy Langston, Am49:17:3p05

Go in Washington State, Minnesota, Am49:17:1p11

Go in Wisconsin, Am49:18:2p27

Go Instruction with Ron Snyder, Am49:15:4p18

Go Instruction with Ron Synder, Am49:16:1p19, Am49:16:2p11

Go Instruction; Ron Snyder, Am49:15:5,6p06, Am49:16:3p32, Am49:16:4p31

Go Is, Am49:21:3p01, Am49:21:4p01, Am49:22:1p01, Am49:22:2p01, Am49:22:3p01, Am49:22:4p01, Am49:23:1p01, Am49:23:2p01, Am49:23:3p01, Am49:23:4p01, Am49:24:1p01, Am49:24:2p01, Am49:24:3p01, Am49:24:4p01, Am49:25:1p01, Am49:25:2,3p01, Am49:25:4p01, Am49:26:1p01, Am49:26:2p01, Am49:26:3p01, Am49:26:4p01, Am49:27:1p01, Am49:27:2p01, Am49:27:3p01, Am49:27:4p01, Am49:28:1p01, Am49:28:2p01, Am49:28:3p01, Am49:28:4p01, Am49:29:1p01, Am49:29:2p01

Go Journals: Check List and Availability, Am64:06:2p03

Go Kiburi and The Chief's Wraith; Bob High, Am49:24:4p39

Go Kiburi Carves On; David Sutton, Am49:28:2p39

Go Kiburi Gets Rich, Am49:25:2,3p70

Go Kiburi Gives Up; Bob High, Am49:26:2p39

Go Kiburi In The Middle Ages; Bob High, Am49:23:4p40

Go Kiburi Meets Dracula; Fred Hansen, Am49:24:2p40

Go Kiburi On The Planet Of The Apes, Am49:23:2p40

Go Lessons by Jimmy Cha, Am49:18:2p23, Am49:18:3p30

Go Libraries in the U.S., Am64:05:1p06

Go Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp, Am49:09:2p00b, Am49:09:3p00b

Go Moon, Am49:22:4p15, Am49:25:1p17

Go News, Am49:18:4p04, Am49:19:2p03, Am49:19:3p05, Am49:19:4p03, Am49:20:1p08, Am49:20:2p03, Am49:20:3p03, Am49:20:4p03, Am49:21:1p03, Am49:21:3p03, Am49:21:4p04

Go News Is Good News; Terry Benson, Am49:15:4p03

Go News: Japanese Tournaments, Am49:08:3p47

Go News; Roy Laird, Am49:22:1p04, Am49:22:3p05, Am49:22:4p03, Am49:23:1p03, Am49:23:2p05, Am49:23:3p03, Am49:23:4p03, Am49:24:1p04, Am49:24:2p03, Am49:24:3p03, Am49:24:4p03, Am49:25:1p03, Am49:25:2,3p03, Am49:25:4p03, Am49:26:1p03, Am49:26:2p03, Am49:26:3p03, Am49:26:4p03, Am49:27:1p07, Am49:27:2p03, Am49:27:3p03, Am49:27:4p03, Am49:28:1p03, Am49:28:2p03, Am49:28:3p03, Am49:28:4p03, Am49:29:1p03

Go on CompuServe, Am49:22:2p05

Go On NBC Nightly News, Am49:28:1p04

Go Pals in Cleveland; Yang Hwi "Yonny" Cho, Am49:13:2p15

Go Parodies 1987, Am49:21:4p22

Go Perspective Planned as New Nihon Ki-in English Magazine, Am49:12:3,4p04

Go Perspective Still Unborn or Still Born; Terry Benson, Am49:13:1p32

Go Players Do It In Groups, Am49:25:4p27


Go Players' Tour to Nihon Kiin, Am49:09:3p01

Go Posters; Roger White, Am49:22:4p14

Go Proverbs Devastated, Am49:17:4p07, Am49:18:1p09, Am49:18:1p17, Am49:18:3p21, Am49:19:2p12, Am49:19:4p23, Am49:22:4p40, Am49:23:1p40, Am49:23:2p40, Am49:24:2p40

Go Proverbs From The Real World, Am49:24:4p13

Go Proverbs Illustrated and Explained Part 1; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:08:1p01

Go Proverbs Illustrated and Explained Part 2; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:08:2p28

Go Proverbs; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p28

Go Quality sets imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading, Am49:19:4p33, Am49:20:3p33, Am49:20:4p33, Am49:21:1p33

Go Rating Systems Continued; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:2p02

Go Rating Systems; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:1p04

Go Receives His Just Reward, Am49:23:1p40

Go Report, Am49:23:1p15

Go Retreat in Canada, Am49:20:1p25

Go Review Ghost Lingers On, Am49:13:1p03

Go Review Notice, Am49:12:1p05

Go Review Subscription Rate Increases, Am49:11:5p02

Go Review, Good (?) News, Am49:11:2p01

Go Reviews, Am49:09:3p10

Go Reviews Wanted; AGA, Am49:10:2p02

Go Reviews; AGA, Am49:10:3p02, Am49:10:5p01

Go Scribe; Oxbow Research Inc., Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p20

Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 1, Ja54:01:1p04

Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 2, Ja54:01:1p01

Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 3, Ja54:01:1p05

Go Seigen - Muramatsu Shofu Game, Am49:05:2p28

Go Seigen - Takagawa, Am49:06:3p38

Go Seigen - Takagawa Game 7 of 10, Am49:06:1p03

Go Seigen - Takaqawa Ten-Game Match Game 1, Ja54:02:5p33

Go Seigen - Takaqawa Ten-Game Match Game 2, Ja54:02:6p41

Go Seigen Leads In Matches, Ja54:02:5p40

Go Seigen Visits New York and New Jersey, Am64:05:3p05

Go Store open; AGA, Am49:09:2p01

Go Summer Camp 1978 In Sweden with Toshiaki Nagahara, Am49:13:2p09

Go The Master Game; Skip Ascheim, Am49:14:3p06

Go To A Festival, Am49:24:1p05

Go Tournament; Ann Arbor Go Club, Am49:13:4,5,6p04, Am49:14:5,6p03, Am49:16:2p17

Go Trekking in Asia - A two month excursion; Yari Leski, Am49:26:1p28

Go Trip To Japan, Am64:02:3p01

Go West, Young Person, Am49:26:3p06

Go West, Young Players! - Ings World Youth Wei-Chi Championship Comes To Paris, Am49:22:4p04

Go With A Pro; Yi-Lun Yang, Am49:28:1p39

Go World 1985; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:19:1p31, Am49:19:2p21

Go World; Ishi Press, Am49:13:1p33, Am49:13:2p33, Am49:13:3p12, Am49:13:4,5,6p27, Am49:14:3p21, Am49:14:4p03, Am49:14:5,6p17, Am49:15:1p23, Am49:15:2,3p13, Am49:15:4p34, Am49:15:5,6p27, Am49:16:1p14, Am49:16:2p21, Am49:16:3p16, Am49:16:4p17, Am49:17:1p33, Am49:17:2p31, Am49:17:3p32, Am49:17:4p05, Am49:18:1p27, Am49:18:2p10, Am49:18:3p23, Am49:18:4p09, Am49:19:4p05

Go World; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:21:4p17

Go, Ghosts and Gambling - Is There Life After Death?; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:2p08

Go, Hot Tubs and Walking On The Beach, Am49:24:3p06

Go-ing on Fifty, Am49:19:1p25

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 02; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:2p24

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 03; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:3p35

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 04; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:4p52

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 05; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:1p10

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 06 & 07; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:2p26

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 08; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:3p40

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 09; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:05:1p03

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 10; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:05:2p20

Go/Logic Teaching Syllabus Available From Dr. Ted Drange, Am49:10:6p02

Go: An Asian Paradigum For Business Strategy; Kiseido, Am49:29:2p13

Go: Quality Sets Imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading, Am49:20:2p33

Go: The Study of Buddhist Ideals; Ernest Brown, Am49:24:1p16

Going Boeing, Am49:15:4p23

Going For The Green, Am49:25:4p04

Going With The Times - Bush Advised To Play Yosu-Miru, Am49:25:4p03

Going, Going...Gonshor, Am49:21:3p04


Goings On, Am49:17:4p19

Gomoku Played by Computer, Am64:03:1p04

Good Aji, Am49:22:1p40

Good News, Am49:06:4p50

Good News About "Go World"!, Am49:28:1p03

Good Thinking - An Interview with Zhu-jiu Jiang; Ernest Brown, Am49:25:2,3p36

GoReport, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:2p21

GoTour, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Book Review, Am49:19:3p05

Graded Go Problems For Beginners, Vol 2, Am49:20:1p08

Grand Finale, Am49:26:3p15

Great Adult Games Store; Games Gallery, Am49:09:6p14

Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:14:3p04, Am49:14:5,6p04

Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament; John Goon, Am49:15:5,6p30

Greater Washington Go Club Kyu Tournament, Am49:13:4,5,6p03

Group Diagrams In Go; Milo Wolff, Am49:09:2p06

Guerrilla Tactics For Beginners; Bob Terry, Am49:19:4p22

Half A World Away, The 1st World Youth Wei-Ch'i Championship, Am49:18:4p18

Hamajima Wins U.S. Eastern Honinbo Tournament, Am64:07:2p04

Hamete; Maeda, Am49:09:2p12

Handicap Fuseki; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:4p54

Handicap Teaching Game; Matsumoto 7D vs Hisami Hirano 2k, Am49:10:6p10

Handicap Tournament Results, Am49:26:3p17

Handicap Tournament: Team Match West Virginia University vs Greater Washington Area, Am49:14:2p05

Hands Across The Water; Ken Koester, Am49:16:3p06

Hane, Hane; Mike Ryan, Am49:25:2,3p23

Hard Copy Too, Am49:23:4p03

Hard Working Professionals, Am49:27:3p06

Hartman, LF; Witt, WD; Smith, Arthur; Robinson, KD; Lasker, Edward, Am49:01:1p01a

Haruyama, 7Dan, In New York, Am49:11:6p04

Harvard Dans, Am49:22:2p06

Hasegawa - Gillooly Game; W:Hasegawa, B:Gillooly, Am49:05:1p01

Hasegawa - Mukia Game; Translated by Rudolf Aron, Am49:03:2p17

Hashimoto - Fujisawa Game, Ja54:02:3p19

Hashimoto - Iwamoto Game; W:Hashimoto, B:Iwamoto, Am49:05:4p60

Hashimoto vs Sakata, Am49:06:2p23

Hashimoto-Fujisawa Match, Ja54:02:3p24

Have Dan - Will Travel; James Kerwin, Am49:29:2p25

Heart Stopping Move of Ishigaya, Am49:22:3p38

Heather Plays Go, Am49:27:2p05

Help and Important, Am64:03:3p02

Help Wanted: AGA Treasurer & AGA Business Manager, Am49:24:4p04

Help Wanted; AGA, Am49:25:1p35

Help Wanted; Roy Laird, Am49:23:4p13

Here She Comes Again; Roy Laird, Am49:18:3p03

High And Mid-Kyu Players!!!; Milton Bradley, Am49:25:1p25

High Cost of Swindling; Bob Terry, Am49:18:3p05

High Notes; Bob High, Am49:21:3p05, Am49:22:1p10, Am49:22:2p18, Am49:22:4p13, Am49:23:1p07, Am49:23:4p16, Am49:24:1p12, Am49:24:3p30, Am49:24:4p34

High Office, Am49:26:4p03

High Ranking Players Promoted, Ja54:02:2p14

Hirata - Takagawa Game, Ja54:03:1p01

Hiroshima Game; Yonny Cho, Translated by Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:4p17

Historic Pro-Pro Game, Japan-U.S. Telematch in San Francisco, Am49:19:2p03

Historical Game; Hasegawa - Kitani, Am49:09:2p08

Historical Notes, Am64:03:3p05

History of the Eastern and North American Honinbo Titles, Am49:11:6p06

Hollyhock Go Workshop 1992; Robert LaFleche, Am49:26:3p04

Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:11:3p01, Am49:11:4p02

Honinbo Montreal, Am49:15:2,3p04

Honinbo Preliminary Tournament, Ja54:02:2p16

Honinbo Shueyi - Tamura (Shusai) Game; W:Shueyi, B:Tamura, Am49:05:4p62

Honinbo Shukaku (Takagawa) has again successfully defended his title.., Am49:05:3p40

Honinbo Shusai - Go Seigen 1933-34 Game, Am49:04:3p44

Honinbo Shusai - Iwasaki Kenzo Game; Translated by Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:4p58

Honinbo Shusai - Komura 3Dan, Am49:05:2p26

Honinbo Title Match Kitani vs Takagawa, Am49:08:2p23

Honorary Member - Hu Hui Chan, Bu36:01:1p01b

Hopewell Go Club, Am64:03:3p05

Horguchi-Ryder Father and Son Matches, Am64:06:1p03

Houston Will Host 1994 Fujitsu, Am49:28:3p03

How Many Games?; Roy Laird, Am49:24:1p40

How Much Stronger Are Professional Players; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p14

How The Young Edward Lasker Learned About Go, and How He and the World Chess Champion Nearly Went to Japan to Study Go with the Masters.; Jerald E. Pinto, Am49:16:2p25

How To Choose Joseki Part 2; Yi-lun Yang, in collaboration with Phil Straus, Am49:27:1p28

How To Choose Joseki; Yi-lun Yang, in collaboration with Phil Straus, Am49:26:4p20

How To Do Well In The Congress Handicap Tournament; Weak-Kneed Dan, Am49:23:3p40

How To Get "Client Software" (The Easy Way), Am49:27:2p08

How To Get "Client Software" (The Hard Way), Am49:27:2p10

How To Get on the Go Server, Am49:27:2p14

How To Get On The Internet, Am49:27:2p06

How To Play Go On The Internet; Mindy McAdams, Am49:27:2p06

How To Play Handicap Go (Part 1); James Kerwin, Am49:26:3p29

How To Play Handicap Go (Part 2); James Kerwin, Am49:26:4p28

How To Play Handicap Go: Part 3; James Kerwin, Am49:27:3p25

How To Play Handicap Go: Part 4; James Kerwin, Am49:27:4p11

How To Play Handicap Go: Part 5; James Kerwin, Am49:28:3p32

How to Report Tournament Results, Am49:22:1p26

How To Start A Go Club; AGA, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:22:4p20, Am49:27:2p18

How To Tell Chess Where To Go, Am49:18:3p14

Hun Takes Fifth at 1985 WAGC, Am49:19:3p06

I've Got Ko Threats, Am49:24:3p18

IBM and BTL held their first tournament, Am64:00:2p01

IBM Beats BTL Again in Annual Match, Am64:06:3p07

IBM Sponsors Go Championship in Japan, Am49:22:2p04

Ideal Beginner's Book; Milton Bradley, Am49:24:4p36

If You Have A Computer; OPENetwork, Am49:24:1p15, Am49:24:2p33

Igo Test 4th Kyu, Am49:09:3p16

Igo Test For 8th Kyu; Rin Meijin, Am49:09:2p15

Igo; Takashimaya, Am49:09:1p18, Am49:09:2p18, Am49:09:3p18, Am49:09:4p00b, Am49:09:5p18, Am49:09:6p18, Am49:10:3p18, Am49:10:5p18, Am49:10:6p18, Am49:11:1p18, Am49:11:2p18, Am49:11:3p18, Am49:11:4p26, Am49:11:5p26, Am49:11:6p26, Am49:12:1p26, Am49:12:2p26, Am49:12:3,4p46, Am49:12:5,6p42, Am49:13:1p34, Am49:13:2p34, Am49:13:3p26

IHC Club Sponsors New York Tournament; Terry Benson, Am49:14:3p21

Ikeda's Rules; Bob High, Am49:26:2p18


Imagination Network, Am49:27:2p14

Important IGS Commands, Am49:27:2p07

Important Notice! New Diagram Conventions, Am49:26:1p03

In Memoriam: Karl Davis Robinson, Am49:08:4p64

In Memoriam: Richard C. Blanchfield, Am55:00:1p02

In Praise of Tsume Go (Life and Death) Part 1; Nobuaki Maeda, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:21:4p42

In Praise of Tsume Go Part 2 - How Beginners Should Study Life and Death Problems; Bob Terry, Am49:25:4p18

In Praise of Tsume Go Part 2 - Solutions; Bob Terry, Am49:25:4p32

In Print, Am49:22:4p15

In The Beginning; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:17:3p03

Index of Even Joseki Articles, Am49:03:1p12

Indiana University Club News, Am49:14:5,6p05

Indiana University Holds "The Hoosier Hasty", Am49:12:3,4p06

ING $$ Will Support Masters Tournament, Am49:29:1p03

Ing Chang-Ki World Youth Championship, Am49:27:3p10

Ing Final, Am49:26:3p20

Ing Foundation Offers Major Grant, Am49:27:3p03

Ing Grant: How Will It Be Used?, Am49:28:4p16

Ing Rules, Am49:18:4p20

Ing Rules Discussion, Am49:28:4p18

Inside The AGA Rating System; Paul Matthews, Am49:24:2p19

Instant Go Articles by Wilcox; Toyogo, Am49:23:1p37, Am49:23:3p14

Instant Go Chapter 10 -- Breakout; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:24:4p20

Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:14:1p13, Am49:14:2p16, Am49:14:4p18, Am49:14:5,6p23

Instant Go Revisited; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:16:4p09

Instant Go Starter Kit; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:25:4p17, Am49:26:2p20, Am49:27:2p36

Instant Go Tenuki, Am49:15:1p03

Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p07, Am49:13:1p04, Am49:13:2p17, Am49:13:3p04, Am49:13:4,5,6p14, Am49:14:1p13, Am49:14:2p10, Am49:14:3p10, Am49:14:4p09

Instant Go; Crystalline Creations, Inc, Am49:21:4p39

Instructional Game (7 Stone), Am49:11:2p13

Inter-City Computer Go, Am49:17:3p32

International Computer Go Forum; David Erbach, Am49:20:4p08

International Go Federation, Am49:19:3p08

International Go Tournament Photo, Ja54:03:1p05

International Go Tournament To Be Played Under New Rules, Ja54:02:6p48

International Postal Go, Am49:24:3p05

International Women's Championship, Am49:23:2p06

Internet, Am49:27:3p06

Internet Update; Mindy McAdams, Am49:28:4p11

Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo, Am49:24:1p20, Am49:24:2p31, Am49:24:3p26, Am49:24:4p27, Am49:25:1p39

Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo, Am49:25:2,3p39, Am49:25:4p35, Am49:26:1p27, Am49:26:2p41, Am49:26:3p41, Am49:26:4p41, Am49:27:1p41

Introducing OR-GO, Am49:27:4p35, Am49:28:1p27, Am49:28:2p19, Am49:28:3p14

Invasion of Border Territories Part 1; Kajiwara 6 Dan, Am49:03:3p33

Invasion of Border Territories Part 2; Kajiwara 6 Dan, Am49:03:4p56

Invasion of Border Territories Part 3; Kajiwara 6 Dan, Am49:04:2p19

Invasion of Enemy Territory; Bruno Ruger, Translated by Elizabeth Morris, Am49:02:1p06

IPI And "Hard Copy", Am49:24:2p03

IPI And IBM, Am49:24:2p03

Is the AGA Dead, Am64:01:3p01

Is There Go In Denver, Am49:15:2,3p06

Ishi Press COSMOS; Ishi Press, Am49:23:1p41

Ishi Press International Plays A Fast-Pace Opening, Am49:21:1p15

Ishi Press International Stakes Out A Big Territory, Am49:23:1p04

Ishi Press Makes Changes, Stays on Track, Am49:29:1p03

Ishi Press Review, Am49:27:1p08

Ishi Presses Onward - Third New Title In Under A Year, Am49:21:2p04

It Can't Happen?! Third Round of the Second Annual Kisei Title, Am49:12:3,4p28

Iwaki Cup, Am49:22:3p06

Iwamoto & Matsui: A New Yorker's View, Am49:07:3p48

Iwamoto 9D and Chizu Kobayashi 5D will be in New York for the Eastern Honinbo Tournament, Am49:14:3p04

Iwamoto Professional Team in N.Y.C., Am49:10:5p03

Iwamoto Stop Over, Am49:10:4p03

Iwamoto Visits New York Area, Am64:01:2p03

Iwamoto Visits The U.S., Am49:16:2p32

Iwamoto vs Matsuda, Am49:07:4p55

Iwamoto vs Takagawa, Am49:07:4p60

Jack Schwartz, Am64:01:2p02

James Kerwin (W) vs Michael Redmond (B); Yi-Lun Yang 6d & Bradley Jones, Am49:29:2p08

James Kerwin arrived in Tokyo to become the first American Shodan, Am49:09:2p01

James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan, Am49:24:1p32, Am49:24:2p21, Am49:24:3p06, Am49:24:4p09, Am49:25:1p38, Am49:25:2,3p65, Am49:25:4p25, Am49:26:1p17, Am49:26:2p25, Am49:26:3p17, Am49:26:4p30, Am49:27:3p29, Am49:27:4p15

James Kerwin: Improve Your Play with Go Lessons, Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p20

Janice Kim Commentary by Mail, Am49:22:1p40, Am49:22:2p34, Am49:22:3p27, Am49:22:4p35, Am49:23:1p30

Janice Kim Places Third in Korean Pro Tournament, Am49:27:4p04

Janice Kim Takes 2nd in Youth Tournament, Am49:19:4p05

Janice Kim wins Again, Am49:19:1p03

Japan Professional System, Am49:23:1p10

Japan-China NEC Super Go, Am49:20:1p08

Japan-China Super Go, Am49:19:4p21

Japanese and American Rating System, Am64:02:1p05

Japanese Glossary, Am49:03:3p46

Japanese Go Touring Mission, Am64:06:2p03

Japanese Professional Rating System, Am64:02:1p05

Japanese/Korean Team Match, Am49:13:3p03

Jersey City Championships, Am49:10:6p02

Jiang Offers Clinics In Cleveland, California, Am49:25:4p03

Jim's Journal: Attacking; James Kerwin, Am49:25:1p20

Jim's Journal: How To Use Power; James Kerwin, Am49:24:4p17

Jim's Journal: Part 1 - Conversations with Jim Kerwin, Am49:23:2p20

Jim's Journal: Part 2 - Finish The Opening; James Kerwin, Am49:23:3p21

Jim's Journal: Part 3 - Attack The Frontiers; James Kerwin, Am49:24:1p30

Jim's Journal: Playing On The Frontiers Part II; James Kerwin, Am49:24:3p22

Jimmy Cha vs Janice Kim, Am49:26:1p12

Jimmy Cha's Challenge, Am49:23:4p12

Jimmy Cha's Farewell To America, Am49:24:1p07

Jimmy Cha: America's Unknown Pro; Bob Terry, Am49:17:2p08

John Goodell Sold over 3,500 Go sets, Am49:06:4p50

John Lee Unbeaten in Europe's Ing Cup, Am49:29:2p03

John Lee's Excellent Adventure, Am49:27:3p09

Join The AGA Honor Roll, Am49:29:2p40

Join The AGA Honor Roll!, Am49:25:4p18, Am49:26:1p13, Am49:26:2p11, Am49:26:4p17, Am49:27:1p38, Am49:27:2p23, Am49:27:3p24, Am49:27:4p37, Am49:28:1p07, Am49:28:2p17, Am49:28:4p19, Am49:29:1p21

Joseki Journey; Fujisawa, Am49:10:5p11, Am49:10:6p14, Am49:11:1p08, Am49:11:2p06, Am49:11:4p22, Am49:11:5p05, Am49:11:6p09

Judan Title Match 2nd Game; Sakata-Hashimoto, Am49:09:3p02

Judan Tournament, Am49:09:3p01

Jujo On Learning Go, Am49:26:2p31, Am49:26:3p22

Jujo's Bootcamp - The First Annual Cleveland Go Workshop; Chris Garlock, Am49:26:2p08

Jujo's Bootcamp 3; Chris Garlock, Am49:28:3p10

June Special "Graded Go Problems"; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:21:2p32

Just Say Go!; The Sierra Network, Am49:26:3p09

K.C. Midwest Championships, Am49:22:2p07

Kajiwara Visits New York; Terry Benson, Am49:13:4,5,6p29

Kanji, Am49:09:2p13

Kansas City Hosts Championships, Am49:20:3p05

Kansas State University Go Club, Am49:11:6p04

Karigane, Am49:07:4p56

Katachi; Sakata, Am49:11:4p08

Kerwin Defeats 4-Dan in Oza Tournament, Am49:14:2p07

Kerwin Update, Am49:15:5,6p08, Am49:16:1p05

Kerwin Visits California, Am49:23:1p04

Kerwin's "Meta-Game" Stars at Workshop; Christopher Garlock, Am49:29:2p14

Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander, Am49:16:1p28, Am49:16:2p29, Am49:16:3p12, Am49:16:4p24, Am49:17:1p23, Am49:17:2p25, Am49:17:3p22, Am49:17:4p25, Am49:18:1p28, Am49:18:2p25, Am49:18:3p20, Am49:18:4p26, Am49:19:1p28, Am49:19:2p22, Am49:19:3p30, Am49:20:1p27, Am49:20:2p30, Am49:20:3p29, Am49:21:1p14, Am49:21:2p25, Am49:21:3p27, Am49:22:1p27, Am49:22:2p29, Am49:22:4p29

Kido, Am49:04:4p63, Am49:05:2p18

Kido Sponsored Rivals Match, Am49:17:3p12

Kikuchi - Kano Game, First Game of a Three Game Match, Ja54:02:4p29

Kikuchi As Hope of Amateurs, Ja54:02:3p24

Killer of Go; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:28:4p25, Am49:29:1p35

Killers By Kim, Am49:21:4p36, Am49:22:1p16, Am49:22:2p24, Am49:22:3p12, Am49:22:4p22

Killers by Kim - Answers, Am49:22:1p35, Am49:22:2p26, Am49:22:3p35, Am49:22:4p24

Kim Wins U.S. Championship Finals, Am49:15:1p08

Kisei In New York, Am49:22:3p06, Am49:22:4p08

Kisei Title Game Comes To Atlanta, Am49:29:1p04

Kitani 9-Stone Game, Am49:09:6p03


Kitani: Go and I; Bob Myers, Am49:14:5,6p13

Kitani: Go and I; Boy Myers, Am49:15:2,3p25, Am49:15:4p31

Know Your Officers - Jay Eliasberg, Am64:02:4p05

Know Your Officers - Paul Anderson, Am64:02:1p01

Know Your Officers - Ruth Thompson, Am64:02:3p05

Know Your Officers - Walt McKibben, Am64:02:2p03

Ko Player's Lament (Song), Am49:23:2p37

Ko, Heave Ho!, Am49:23:3p04

Kobayashi Chizu: A Woman In Go; Susan Long, Am49:19:2p19

Korea Tour, Am49:22:4p07

Korean Champion Visits U.S.; Terry Benson, Am49:15:4p06

Korean International Tournament, Am49:24:1p06

Korean Professionals Visit the U.S., Am49:13:2p07, Am49:13:3p01

Korean Tournament Draws 47 Players, Am49:13:2p03

Korean Tournaments, Am49:13:1p29

Kos; Bob High, Am49:25:4p38

Kubouchi's Breathtaking Sacrifice Strategy, Am49:17:2p12

Kuwabara - Kikuchi, Ja54:02:2p15

Kyu & Dan, Am49:06:1p08

Kyu Corner: The 7x7 Board; Bill Spight, Am49:12:1p18

Kyu Corner; Bob Gross 2k vs Don Decourselle 2k, Am49:11:3p14

Kyu Corner; Michael Brockbank 7k vs Richard Jankowski 8k, Am49:11:5p04

Kyu Corner; Ron Schmidt 3k vs Raymundo Gutierrez 9k, Am49:11:6p18

Kyu Corner; Ted Drange 1k vs Ernie Harrison, Am49:11:4p07

Kyung Kim at the 1980 World Amateur Championship, Am49:15:4p21

L.A. Kisei Game, Am49:21:2p09

La Jolla Go Club, Am64:04:1p08

LA Kisei; Gary Roberts, Am49:21:1p05

LA Pro Beats Two 9-Dans, Am49:23:1p03

Lament On A Pilgrimage; Michael Ryan, Am49:27:1p06

Largest U.S. Championships Ever Pick 1980 World Amateur Team Members, Am49:14:4p04

Larry Brauner - New AGA Secretary, Am49:11:4p03

Las Vegas Open, Am49:25:1p15, Am49:25:2,3p04

Laser, Truth, Kids; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:24:4p30

Last Dango in Rochester - Solution; Bob High, Am49:25:2,3p70

Last Dango in Rochester; Bob High, Am49:25:2,3p24

Last Minute Notice! The Michigan Open, Am49:12:2p03

Late and Great News from the 7th World Amateur Championships, Am49:19:2p03

Late Breaking Congress News, Am49:29:2p05

Late News, Am49:18:3p04


Late Reminder For Eastern Semi-Finals National Championships, Am49:10:5p01

Laura Yedwab Tops Western Players In Worlds Women's Tournament; Roy Laird, Am49:24:1p10

Learn Go by Mail - American Go Institute Offers Correspondence Course; Richard Dolen, Am49:22:2p05

Learn Go By Mail!; The American Go Institute, Am49:25:1p19

Learn Go From the North American Champion! COSMOS; Ishi Press, Am49:22:3p41

Learn Go From the North American North American Champion! COSMOS; Ishi Press, Am49:22:4p41

Learn To Play Go Volume II; Good Move Press, Am49:29:2p41

Learning to Play Go; Milton M. Bradley, Am49:13:3p18

Lee Hartman Elected President of the AGA, Bu36:01:1p01b

Leeds Grammar Successfuly Defend Their Title; Stuart Dowsey, Am49:16:3p11

Less Common Commands, Am49:27:2p11

Let's Change Our Way of Thinking; Miyamoto Yoshihisa, Am49:12:3,4p18

Let's Go, Am49:21:1p19, Am49:21:4p35

Let's Go - Part 1: Getting Started; None Redmond, Am49:29:1p44

Let's Go Oklahoma!, Am49:11:4p06

Let's Go!; None Redmond, Am49:29:2p31

Let's Go, Let's Go Master; The Tank, Am49:21:2p23, Am49:22:1p33

Let's Go; The Tank, Am49:21:3p12

Letter From Abroad; Lester and Elizabeth Morris, Felix Dueball, Richard Nethercut, Ja54:02:1p02

Letter To The Editor; George Chernowitz, Am49:02:4p64

Letter: Greater Washington Go Club; Ray E. Kukol, Am49:10:1p02

Letter; Alfred R. Pray, Am49:09:4p03

Letter; Carl Harp, Am49:10:6p02

Letter; David Levner, Am49:09:6p01

Letter; Litton Go Club, Am49:09:5p03

Letter; Tzu-ping Shao, Am49:09:3p03

Letters and Comments; John Goon, Roger Barth, Jonathan Skinner, Tom Trilling, Chris Nevison, Francois Petitjean, Tom Reuterdahl, Am49:14:1p30

Letters To The Editor; Bob Ryder, Melvin Rosenfeld, Max Warshauer, Am49:19:2p05

Letters To The Editor; Jonathan Wood, Joel Sanet, Am49:20:1p05

Letters To The Editor; Jung Soo-Hyon, Joel Sanet, Am49:19:3p04

Letters To The Editor; Rudolf Aron, Am49:01:2p31

Letters....We "Don't" Get Letters Error Corrections in Kitani - go and I, Bent-4 In the Corner, Segoe: Life and Death, 4-Stone Handicap Game; AGA, Am49:15:4p39

Letters; Elliot Adams, Robert McCallister, Anton Ninno, Am49:10:1p08

Letters; John B. Colson, Richard Werner, Am49:13:2p18

Letters; Juichi Tsushima, Arao Imamura, Kensaku Segoe, Kiyoko Ito, Ja54:01:1p03

Letters; Robert Ryder, Robert Lerche, Bill Spight, Philip Tracy, Jonathan Skinner, Harold Shindel, Doug Cable, John Reiber, Am49:13:1p30

Letters; Yoshinori Imagawa, Ryan Massey, Paul Styar, Am49:13:4,5,6p36

Life & Death from A to Z Solutions, Am49:22:1p36, Am49:22:2p27, Am49:22:3p40, Am49:22:4p25, Am49:23:1p25, Am49:23:2p26, Am49:24:2p35, Am49:24:4p37, Am49:25:1p37

Life and Death From A to Z, (A,B,C); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:1p17

Life and Death From A to Z, (D,E,F); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:2p25

Life and Death From A to Z, (G,H,I); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:3p13

Life and Death From A to Z, (J,K,L); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:4p23

Life and Death From A to Z, (M,N,O); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:23:1p19

Life and Death From A to Z, (P,Q,R); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:23:2p22

Life and Death From A to Z, (S,T,U); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:24:2p17

Life and Death From A to Z, (V,W,X); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:24:4p16

Life and Death From A to Z, (Y,Z); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:25:1p19

Life In Amateur B League; Michael J. Simon, Am49:27:1p14

Life In B League; Janice Kim, Am49:26:4p32, Am49:28:3p04, Am49:29:1p31, Am49:29:2p36

Life In The Game of Go; David B. Benson, Am49:09:5p08

Light-Hearted Banter; Mike Ryan, Am49:28:4p13

Lightning Go; Milton N. Bradley, Am49:16:3p11

Lightning Tournament, Am49:26:3p13

Lim vs. Schlemper at the WAGC; Mr. Lim, Am49:22:3p11

List of Members; AGA, Am49:01:4p61

List of Publications Available Through AGA, Am49:14:4p13, Am49:14:5,6p03, Am49:15:1p22, Am49:16:4p14

List of U.S. & Canadian Go Clubs, Am49:12:3,4p22

Literary Fancies; Bob High, Am49:24:1p14

Live At Five, Am49:22:1p08

Lllra Go Club, Am49:15:4p26

Local and Foreign Programs Split Prizes In Third International Computer Wei-ch'i Congress, Am49:22:1p05

London Go Center Closes; Terry Benson, Am49:13:4,5,6p35

Long-Distance Go; Carl Mendez and George Meyer, Am49:20:2p08

Look For Effective Cuts; Kano, Am49:09:1p12

Looking For A Few Good Kids, Am49:23:4p04

Looking for Spring '74 Go Review To Purchase; Harry Gonshor, Am49:10:3p02

Lost and Missing Go Clubs, Am64:02:2p01

MACRave, Am49:22:1p08

Maeda's Life and Death Answer to Problem, Am49:21:4p48

Magic At The Edge of the Board; Don Wiener, Am49:16:2p12

Magic of Go, Am49:22:4p15

Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp, Am49:09:4p18, Am49:09:5p00b, Am49:09:6p00b, Am49:10:1p00b, Am49:10:2p00b, Am49:10:3p00b, Am49:10:4p00b, Am49:10:5p00b, Am49:10:6p00b, Am49:11:1p00b, Am49:11:2p00b, Am49:11:3p00b, Am49:11:4p00b, Am49:11:5p00b, Am49:11:6p00b, Am49:12:1p00b, Am49:12:2p00b, Am49:12:3,4p00b, Am49:12:5,6p00b, Am49:13:1p00b, Am49:13:2p00b, Am49:13:3p00, Am49:13:3p00b, Am49:14:1p00b, Am49:14:2p00a, Am49:14:3p00, Am49:14:4p00, Am49:14:5,6p00a, Am49:15:1p00a, Am49:15:2,3p00, Am49:15:4p00a, Am49:15:5,6p00a, Am49:15:5,6p18, Am49:16:1p00, Am49:16:1p25, Am49:16:2p00a, Am49:16:2p04, Am49:16:3p00, Am49:16:3p17, Am49:16:4p00, Am49:16:4p21, Am49:17:1p00, Am49:17:1p19, Am49:17:2p00, Am49:17:2p18, Am49:17:3p00b, Am49:17:3p21, Am49:17:4p00, Am49:17:4p24, Am49:18:1p00, Am49:18:1p14, Am49:18:2p00, Am49:18:2p24, Am49:18:3p00, Am49:18:3p00, Am49:18:3p13, Am49:19:1p00, Am49:19:2p00, Am49:19:3p00

Major Windler (Song), Am49:20:4p11

Make Your Own Demonstration Board; Roger White, Am49:22:1p12

Man Nyun Peh - An Application of The Super Ko Rule In The Opening; Andy Finch, Am49:26:2p19

Manhattan Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:17:2p04

Manhattan Go Club Fall Tournament; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p16

Manhattan Go Club Moves to 47 West 44th St., Am49:16:4p03

Manhattan Go Club Moves Up The West Side, Am49:18:3p04

Manhattan Go Club Opens; Roy Laird, Am49:15:4p19

Manhattan Go Club!, Am49:15:5,6p33, Am49:16:1p33, Am49:16:2p33, Am49:16:3p31

Many Faces of Go Version 9.0; Ishi Press, Am49:29:2p42


Martial Arts and Curative Power; Michael J. Simon, Am49:28:2p36

Maryland Open, Am49:12:3,4p05, Am49:13:2p08, Am49:15:5,6p04

Maryland Open Tournament - First Round, Am49:11:4p17

Maryland Open Tournament Report, Am49:10:4p02

Maryland Open; Roy Laird, Am49:14:3p05

Mass Appeal - The Third US Go Congress, Am49:21:4p18

Mass Go Association Fall Handicap Tournament, Am49:17:3p27

Massachusetts Fall and Winter Open, Am49:15:2,3p48

Massachusetts Go Association Report, Am64:03:3p05

Massachusetts Go Association Seeks Full-Time Meeting Place, Am49:13:1p03

Massachusetts Winter Tournament, Am64:03:2p06

Master Go Game, Am49:17:2p33, Am49:17:3p33, Am49:17:4p33, Am49:18:1p33, Am49:18:2p33, Am49:18:3p33, Am49:18:4p33, Am49:19:1p33, Am49:19:2p33, Am49:19:3p33

Master Said; Confucious, The Analects, Am49:01:1p07

Mastering Go; Ken Veit, Am49:12:3,4p35

Masterpieces of Handicap Go, Am49:21:4p14, Am49:22:1p20, Am49:22:2p12, Am49:22:3p28, Am49:23:1p28, Am49:23:2p27, Am49:23:3p25, Am49:23:4p26, Am49:24:1p33, Am49:24:2p25, Am49:24:3p34, Am49:25:1p28, Am49:25:2,3p52, Am49:25:4p24, Am49:26:1p14, Am49:26:2p21, Am49:26:3p34, Am49:26:4p34, Am49:27:1p22, Am49:27:2p32, Am49:27:3p30, Am49:28:1p28, Am49:28:2p20, Am49:28:3p18, Am49:28:4p26

Masterpieces of Handicap Go; Robert Mc Guigan, Am49:29:2p22

Masters' Quirks; Stuart Dowsey, Am49:11:6p23

Masubuchi - Elizabeth Morris Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Elizabeth Morris, Am49:04:4p62

Masubuchi - Fox Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Ralph Fox, Am49:05:1p10

Masubuchi - Matsuda Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Takao Matsuda, Am49:04:4p52

Masubuchi - Matusda Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Takao Matsuda, Am49:05:1p06

Masubuchi - Nishiyama Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Katsumi Nishiyama, Am49:05:1p08

Masubuchi - Proujansky Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Arnold Proujansky, Am49:04:4p58

Masubuchi - Sorensen Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Ruth Sorensen, Am49:05:1p12

Masubuchi - Takahashi Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Rokuro Takahashi, Am49:04:4p58

Masubuchi - Takashima Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:4p54

Masubuchi - Taylor Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Scott Taylor, Am49:04:4p56

Match Between Hashimoto and Fujisawa, Ja54:02:1p08

Mathematical Go "Mathematical Go: Chilling Gets the Last Point", Am49:28:2p04

Mathematical Go; Bob High, Am49:24:3p30

Matsuda - Lee Game, Am49:05:2p17

Matsuda Holds 1972 New Jersey Open Championship in Go, Hamajima New Jersey Champion, Am64:06:1p03

Matsuda Holds North American Honinbo Title by 1/2 Point, Am64:06:3p03

Matsuda Regains U.S. Eastern Go Championship, Am64:04:1p03

Matsuda Wins New York Go Championship, Am64:02:4p04

Matsuda Wins U.S. Eastern Go Championship for Sixth Time, Am64:02:5p02

Matsuda, 6-dan in semi-finals, Am49:09:3p01

Matsuda, Fox, Shao, and Wei Winners in New Jersey Tournament, Am64:03:1p02

Matsuhara Wins Western U.S. Go Title; Herb Doughty, Am49:13:4,5,6p11

Matsujiro - Sanchi Game, Am49:05:3p40

Matsushita Endows Education Fund, Am49:19:1p03

Maven; Roy Laird, Am49:26:1p38

McCallister vs Takagawa; RA McCallister, Am49:07:3p46

MD Magazine; Marilyn Stern, Am49:22:1p08

Media Mentions, Am49:26:1p04

Meet The Mind Benders in Games & Puzzles, Am49:10:4p17

Meijin Magic, Am49:22:4p05

Meijin Masters Manhattan, Am49:21:4p07

Meijin: An Ancient Lineage, Am49:21:4p10

Memorabilia of a Go Congress (Go Songs); Terry Benson, Am49:11:6p16

Memorial Day Melee, Am49:23:2p06

Memorial donations can be sent to:, Am49:27:1p05

Menjo Rengo (Partnership Game), Am49:05:4p49

Message From the Editor, Am64:03:2p02

Message From the New President, Am64:03:2p02

Metropolitan Go League; Larry Brauner, Am49:11:5p03, Am49:11:6p04

Miami and Texas Debut, Am49:21:2p03

Michael Redmond (W) vs. Jian Hong Wang (B), Am49:28:4p20

Michael Redmond An American Professional, Am49:20:1p18

Michael Redmond Makes Professional 5-Dan, Am49:19:4p04

Michael Redmond Promotes to 6-Dan, Am49:22:3p05

Michael Redmond Reaches 3 Dan, Am49:18:2p03

Michigan Open has 20 Entrants, Am49:12:3,4p06

Midwest Handicap Tournament, Am49:18:1p05

Midwest Honinbo on Warpath, Am64:03:2p04

Mini-Lesson in Tesuji, Am49:18:4p15

Miscellaneous, Am64:05:3p07

Miscellaneous Items, Am64:02:6p10

Miscellany, Am49:03:1p16, Am49:04:2p32, Am64:06:2p05, Am64:06:3p06, Am64:07:1p04, Am64:07:2p06

Missing Go Reviews, Am49:09:2p01

Missing Persons Bureau, Am49:16:1p05

Mixed Pairs Draws Forty Players, Am49:27:3p08

Miyashita 9Dan Coming to New York, Am64:05:1p09

Miyashita Visit, Am64:05:2p04

Montana Go Club Grows, Am49:26:4p04, Am49:27:2p04

More Books From Ishi Press, Am64:04:1p07

More Go Coverage, Am49:14:1p03

More New Products, Am49:24:3p04

More Supply Sources, Am64:06:3p05

More The Merrier: Nine Regional Tournaments Welcome Spring, Am49:21:2p03

More Tournamania?!, Am49:20:4p04

More U.S. Championship Scenes, Am49:17:2p06

Morning Calm, Evening Fire - The First Korea-USA Friendship Baduk Tournament; Roy Laird, Am49:23:2p11

Mountain View Go Club Handicap Tournament, Am49:18:2p04

Mr. Ing's Computer Competition, Am49:19:4p08

Mrs Ito Leads In Women's Championship, Ja54:02:5p40

Murase Shuho - Honinbo Shueyi Game, Am49:05:3p38

Murray Hill Go Club Tournament, Am64:02:5p04, Am64:05:2p02

My Corner: Editorial and Autobiography; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p06

My Corner: Editorial; Terry Benson, Am49:11:5p01, Am49:11:6p01, Am49:12:1p05, Am49:12:3,4p03

My Corner: Go and Money; Roy Laird, Am49:24:1p03

My Corner; Roy Laird, Am49:18:4p03, Am49:19:3p03, Am49:22:1p03, Am49:22:2p03, Am49:23:2p03

My Corner; Terry Benson, Am49:14:5,6p01, Am49:17:3p03, Am49:18:2p04

My Dream Come True Part 1; Les Lanphear, Am49:18:1p06

My Dream Come True Part 2; Les Lanphear, Am49:18:2p05

My First Game With Bob, Am49:27:4p36


My Life In Go; Oingyi Zheng, Am49:25:2,3p47

My Trip Abroad; Chizu Kobayashi, Am49:15:2,3p31

My Trip To Japan; RA McCallister, Am49:07:3p44

N.Y.C. Go Scene, Am49:10:4p03

Nakayama at Edinburgh; Andre Moussa, Am49:19:1p18

Nakayama Noriyuki: A Reminiscence; Marvin Allen Wolfthal, Am49:19:1p13

National (Hon-In-Bo) Championship Match Game 1; Takagawa - Shimamura, Ja54:02:4p25

National (Hon-In-Bo) Championship Match Game 2; Takagawa - Shimamura, Ja54:02:5p36

National Amateur Champions to be Brought to Japan, Am49:13:2p09

National Championship Match Game 1; B:Takagawa, W:Sugiuchi, Ja54:01:2p09

National Championship Match Game 2, Ja54:01:2p11

National Championship Match Game 3, Ja54:01:2p13

National Championship Match Game 4, Ja54:02:1p01

National Championship Match Game 6, Ja54:02:1p03

National Fantasy Fun Federation, Am64:03:3p06

National Go Society, Am49:18:2p32, Am49:18:3p32, Am49:18:4p32, Am49:19:1p32, Am49:19:2p32, Am49:19:3p32, Am49:19:4p00, Am49:20:1p00, Am49:20:2p00, Am49:20:3p00, Am49:20:4p00, Am49:21:1p00, Am49:21:2p00, Am49:21:3p00, Am49:21:4p00, Am49:22:1p00, Am49:22:2p00, Am49:22:3p00

Native Talent - The Sheraton Sponsors American Professional Event, Am49:22:1p04

NEMESIS, Am49:29:2p00.1

NEMESIS - 15 Kyu and Counting, Am49:21:3p05

NEMESIS Chosen Game of the Month, Am49:21:3p03

NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo, Am49:24:1p00, Am49:24:2p00, Am49:24:3p00, Am49:24:4p00, Am49:25:1p00, Am49:25:4p00, Am49:26:1p00, Am49:26:2p00, Am49:26:3p00, Am49:26:4p00, Am49:27:1p00

NEMESIS In Taipei, Am49:20:1p08

NEMESIS Is Here! - Finally! A Computer Program That Really Plays; Tracy Wall, Am49:19:1p05

NEMESIS Moves Ahead, Am49:22:1p06

NEMESIS...The Go Master; Crystalline Creations, Inc, Am49:21:1p19, Am49:21:2p29, Am49:21:3p22, Am49:21:4p38

NEMESIS...the Go Master; Toyogo, Am49:22:1p24, Am49:22:2p22, Am49:22:3p36, Am49:22:4p26

NEMESIS...the Joseki Tutor; Toyogo, Am49:22:1p24, Am49:22:2p23, Am49:22:3p37, Am49:22:4p27


NEMESIS? He's The One Not Eating a Sandwich; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:19:2p14

New AGA Executive Committee Meets, Am49:11:6p08

New AGA Software, Am49:22:1p10

New Books on Go in English: "Life or Death," Yasanaga's Best Ten Games, Am64:07:1p03

New Books: "The 1971 Honinbo Tournament," "Go For Beginners," "The Master of Go", Am64:06:3p05

New Books; AGA, Am49:09:4p17

New Building For Nihon Kiin, Am64:05:3p06

New Bulletin, Bu36:01:1p01a

New By-Laws, Am49:27:3p06

New Digital Go Clock - Chronos, Am49:27:2p19, Am49:27:3p00, Am49:27:4p00, Am49:28:1p00, Am49:28:2p00, Am49:28:3p00, Am49:28:4p00, Am49:29:1p00

New England Regional Tournament Plans, Am64:03:1p03

New From Ishi Press "All About Life and Death", Am49:27:3p04

New From Toyogo, Am49:25:2,3p09

New Games For Go Players; Bob High, Am49:26:2p34

New Go Book In English "Modern Joseki and Fuseki"; Richard Bozulich, Am64:02:4p02

New Go Club - Go Circle, Am49:09:1p16

New In Print - "The Great Joseki Debates" and "Opening Theory Made Easy", Am49:26:4p03

New Jersey Go Tournament Won by Matsuda and Ryder, Am64:04:1p05

New Jersey Go Tournament; Bob Ryder, Am49:16:4p03

New Jersey Open Tournament, Am64:03:3p05

New Jersey Open Tournament Game Commentary; Takao Matsuda, Am49:11:3p06

New Members, Am49:02:2p17

New Mexico Go Association Spring Handicap Tournament, Am49:13:3p03

New Mexico Go Association Winter Handicap Tournament, Am49:13:2p04

New Mexico Go Association Winter Tournament, Am49:12:5,6p02

New Mexico State Championships, Am49:13:2p09

New Portland Go Club Championship Tournament; Peter Freedman, Am49:15:1p07

New Portland Go Club Tournament; Peter Freedman, Am49:14:4p07

New Portland Go Club Weekend Tournament, Am49:14:3p09

New Shareware Release, Am49:29:2p04

New Supplement to Shareware Favorite, Am49:29:1p07

New Teaching Aids - Korean-American Pro Translates Teacher's Book, Am49:29:1p07

New Translation Handicap Go By Bruno Ruger, Bu36:01:1p01b

New York - Massachusetts Tournament, Am64:02:6p07

New York - Philadelphia Kyu Team Telephone Match, Am49:09:2p16

New York Championship & New York Handicap Championship, Am49:12:2p05

New York Championship Regained By Matsuda, Am64:05:3p03

New York Go Club - Zen Go Circle Match; Jerry Pinto, Am49:14:1p12

New York Go Club Elections, Am49:14:1p03

New York Go Club Elects Officers, Am64:03:2p04

New York Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:14:5,6p04

New York Go Club is on the Move, Am49:14:3p03

New York Go Club January Tournament, Am64:02:2p01

New York Go Club Spring Tournament, Am49:14:2p04

New York Go Club Tournaments, Am49:14:2p03, Am64:06:1p07

New York Kyus Up, Am49:20:3p27

New York Open Go Tournament, Am49:13:3p03

New York Players Meet Twice Weekly, Bu36:01:1p01b

New York State Go Championship 1972, Am64:06:3p03

New York State Open, Am49:11:5p14

New York State Open Draws 46 Players, Am49:17:1p03

New York State Open Draws Top Field, Am49:16:1p24

New York State Open Won by Matsuda, Am49:13:3p03

New York Tournament, Am49:03:2p18

New York's Big Spring Open; Terry Benson, Am49:16:1p09

News, Am49:09:1p01, Am49:09:3p01, Am49:09:4p01, Am49:09:5p01, Am49:17:4p04, Am49:18:1p04, Am49:18:2p03

News Flash: Dr. R.M. Ryder promoted to 5 dan, Am64:02:4p02

News From Japan, Am49:09:4p03, Am49:09:5p03, Am49:09:6p01, Am49:10:1p10, Am49:10:6p01, Am49:11:1p15, Ja54:01:1p08

News From Japan; Bob Terry, Am49:16:4p20

News of Go - (1, 2, 4, and 5 degree awarded to American Players), Am49:07:4p54

Newspapers Sponsor Two Matches Between Go Seigen and Takagawa, Ja54:02:4p32

Next From Ishi Press "Forcing Moves", Am49:28:1p03

Next Issue; AGA, Am49:24:4p39, Am49:27:2p3533

NHK Semi-Final Games, Am49:12:3,4p16

Nihon Ki-in America Founded, Am49:27:2p04

Nihon Kiin America Requests Proposals, Am49:28:2p04

Nihon Kiin Awards (Shodan: Nathan J. Fine, Ralph H. Fox, Lien-sheng Yang; Nidan: Koshi Takashima; Godan: Takao Matsuda), Am49:05:3p48

Nihon Kiin Championship, Am49:09:3p01

Nikko Hotel Match in San Francisco, Am49:22:2p05

Nine Stone Game From Masui's Superspeed Improvement Method; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:3p34

Nine Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:02:4p49

Nine Stone New Fuseki; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:3p33

Ninth US Go Congress, August 7-15, 1993, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA; AGA, Am49:27:1p21

Ninth World Amateur Go Championships; Haskell Small, Am49:21:3p07

NJ Open At Rutgers, Am49:21:2p03

NMGA July 15 Championships, Am49:13:4,5,6p04

No New Notice on Go Review, Am49:12:2p09

No News is No News, Am49:17:2p05

No Va Cherry Blossom, Am49:22:2p06, Am49:23:1p04

Nominations Open For President; VP's To Be Chosen Later This Year, Am49:27:1p08

Non-Standard Standards; Bob High, Am49:24:1p12

North America's World Youth Championship Representatives Chosen, Am49:20:2p04

North American Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:12:1p04

North American Honinbo Playoffs, Am64:02:5p01

North American Honinbo Title Game, Am49:11:2p02

North American Kyu Championship, Am49:11:2p04

Northern Virginia Spring Go Tournament; Ken Koester, Am49:16:1p10

Note On Counting During the Game; Walter Marseille, Am49:03:1p01

Notes on the Rating System; Art O'Leary, Am49:11:5p21

Notes on the Third World Amateur Championship; Ron Snyder, Am49:16:1p16

Notice - Mr Jiang's July redwood mountain go retreat..., Am49:26:1p21

NovaNet Go Project; Dietrich Schussel, Am49:26:3p12

November Contest in San Francisco, Am49:19:4p03

Now You Can't Afford To Miss The Best Go Games in the World!; Ishi Press, Am49:20:4p32

Numerical Go Ratings & Some Meanings; Art O'Leary, Am49:10:2p10

NYC Mailjam, Am49:09:6p16

Obituaries - James Varela, Dr. Gilbert Rosenthal, John Barrs, Am64:05:2p03

Obituary - Deborah Osborne, Am49:22:1p07

Obituary - Dr. Ralph H. Fox, Am49:09:2p03

Obituary - Edward Lasker (1885-1981): An Appreciation; Gerald E. Pinto, Am49:16:1p06

Obituary - Felix Khuner 1907-1991, Am49:25:2,3p06

Obituary - Harry Gonshor 1928-1991, Am49:25:2,3p06

Obituary - M. Cohen, Am64:05:3p06

Obituary - Mitsuo Horiguchi; Robert M. Ryder, Am49:24:1p05

Obituary - Susumu Yasumura, Am49:24:2p04

Obituary - Walt McKibben 1926-1994, Am49:29:1p12

Odd Notes On Go; J.T. Fairbairn, From the British Go Journal, Am64:06:1p06

Of Solid Matter, Am49:07:1,2p22, Am49:07:1,2p22

Official AGA Rules for Playing Go by Telephone, Am64:02:6pAppendix

Official AGA T-Shirts, Am49:12:3,4p07, Am49:12:5,6p20, Am49:13:1p15, Am49:13:2p06, Am49:14:5,6p23, Am49:15:1p06

Official Chapter Status, Am49:15:1p04, Am49:16:2p09, Am49:16:3p22

Official Go Newsletter of the New York Go Club, Am64:07:1p03

Official Rules and Equipment of the Ing Cup International Go Tournament; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:24:1p35, Am49:24:2p39

Oki-Go, a four stone game; Miyamoto Naoki, Am49:16:3p18, Am49:16:4p10

Old Back Issues of "Go Review" Now Available; AGA, Am49:13:4,5,6p51, Am49:14:2p24

Old Go Mags Get Big $$, Am49:29:1p10

On "Sente" and "Gote" Part 1; Toshiro Yamabe, Am49:13:4,5,6p32

On "Sente" and "Gote" Part 2; Toshiro Yamabe, Am49:14:2p21

On Provisional Ratings; Art O'Leary, Am49:10:3p15

On Running A Go Tournament Part 1; R.M. Ryder, Am64:01:3p03

On Running A Go Tournament Part 3; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:1p03

On Running A Go Tournament Part 4; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:4p06

On The Enjoyment of Go; Ishiure Noboru, Translated by Robert McGuigan, Am49:20:2p25

On The Internet - Internet Go Server Moves to Korea, Am49:29:1p07

On The Oregon Trail - The Eighth US Go Congress, Am49:26:3p10

On the Proposed American Rules for the Game of Go, Am64:07:2p07

On The Road Again - The Third Korea-US Friendship Baduk Tournament, Am49:25:2,3p44

On The Scene In L.A.; Bob Terry, Am49:23:3p15

One By Ishida: "All About Thickness", Am49:25:2,3p07

One Point Igo Lessons, Am49:09:4p14

One-Piece Tabletop Goban; Games Gallery, Am49:10:1p15

Online Go Forum At Delphi, Am49:27:2p03

Ontario Open; Pat Thompson, Am49:15:4p30

Oops! Photos v20:4p14-15, Am49:21:1p22

Oops...... Letters to the Editor; Roger Barth, Warren Litt, Am49:15:4p20

OPENETWORK, Am49:26:4p07

OR-GO, Am49:28:4p41

Organizing The International Esperantist Go-League; Hiroshi Inouye, Am49:14:3p24

Original Smart Go Board, Am49:22:4p37

Origins: Part 1; Peter Shotwell, Am49:22:4p28

Origins: Part 2 - Go, Gods and Men; Peter Shotwell, Am49:23:4p35

Other Local Tournaments: New York, Denver Intermountain, Denver Spring Tournament, Rafu Kiin, Whippany, Murray Hill, Am64:02:6p07

Ottawa Go Tournament; John Katic, Am49:13:1p29

Our Newest Professional...New Mexico's Janice Kim, Am49:21:4p34

Overheard At the Go Congress, Am49:19:4p28

Pacific Open Charts, Am49:09:6p04

Pair Goes Pro, Am49:29:1p06

Pairs Championship Playoff, Am49:26:3p11

Panasonic Introduces Electronic Go Game, Am49:15:2,3p29

Pasadena Go Club Summer Tournament, Am64:02:5p04

Pass Out; AGA, Am49:27:2p33

Passing of "The Great Kitani", Am49:11:4p05

Passing The Torch; Terry Benson, Am49:15:5,6p01

Past and Present Presidents of Nippon Kiin Visit AGA Headquarters, Am49:03:4p49

Penn. Open, Am49:10:2p07

People's Republic of China Tour, Am49:15:2,3p03

People's Republic of China Visit Report; John Maier, Am49:14:5,6p12

Personal Notes, Am64:04:1p08

Personalities in The AGA, Am49:13:4,5,6p39

Philadelphia Go Day, Am49:11:6p05

Philadelphia Team Tournament, Am49:12:3,4p05

Philly Stakes, Am49:22:3p07

Philly Tournament at Rutgers, Am49:23:1p04

Photos, Am49:09:5p16

Photos: C.S. Chen and Roger Newlander, Takagawa, Am49:08:3p47

Places, Am49:19:2p03, Am49:19:3p05

Places: Go In Los Angeles, Tokyo, Am49:18:4p04

Plans for the 1969 North American Honinbo Tournament, Am64:02:6p04

Play By The Rules - The New AGA Simplified Rules of Go; AGA, Am49:25:2,3p53

Play Go By Mail, Am64:01:3p02, Am64:03:2p04, Am64:06:1p05


Play Go In A Rarefied Atmosphere, Am49:21:1p19

Play Me Honest (Song), Am49:23:2p37

Play The Honest Move - Come To The 10th US Go Congress - Washington DC, August 6-14, Am49:27:4p20, Am49:28:1p05, Am49:28:2p13

Player of the Year, Am49:27:3p05

Players: Michael Redmond, Am49:18:4p04

Playing By The Rules; Roy Laird, Am49:24:2p09

Playing Conditions, Ja54:02:2p16

Playing On a Large Scale - The First U.S. Go Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:19:4p09

Please Note; AGA, Am49:02:4p53

Point System, Am64:02:1p05

Popular Openings; Jeong Soo Hyun, Translated by Kim Kae-yool, edited by Wynne Evans, Am49:21:3p10

Portland Open, Am49:23:2p06

Portland Tournament Report, Am49:16:1p16

Postal AGA Go Club, Am49:11:6p04

Postal Go In The U.S.; Theodore Drange, Am49:10:3p06

Postal Go: More Than Just The Game; Roger White, Am49:19:1p06

Posters, Am49:22:3p39

Power of A 9-Stone Handcap; Don Wiener, Am49:16:2p18

Power of Go; John Power, Am49:21:2p16

Power Of The Star Point, Book Review, Am49:22:4p16

Preliminary Hon-In-Bo Tournament Game, Ja54:02:2p09

Preparation & Use of Thickness in a Two Stone Game, Am49:14:5,6p18

Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo, Am49:23:1p00, Am49:23:2p00, Am49:23:3p00, Am49:23:4p00, Am49:23:4p34

Presenting Pente; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:17:1p22

Presidential Problems Part 1: Winning a Won Game, Am49:27:4p21

Presidents Message from Dr. R.M. Ryder, Am64:04:1p08

Principles of Opening Strategy: How To Play Along the Side; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:07:1,2p01

Prize Idea, Am49:14:5,6p46

Prizewinners 1987 US Go Congress, Am49:21:4p32

Pro Best Ten Tournament, Am49:09:4p02

Pro Tours This Summer, Am49:25:4p04

Pro-Amateur Handicap Game (7 Stone); Awaji 6D vs Yamauchi 1k, Am49:11:3p11

Problem, Ja54:02:3p21

Problem Correction; G.W. Rosenthal, Am49:01:3p48

Problems, Am49:02:1p05, Am49:02:3p41, Am49:03:3p43, Am49:05:1p02, Am49:05:3p39, Am49:06:1p07, Am49:07:1,2p23, Am49:07:3p41, Am49:08:4p60, Ja54:02:4p27, Ja54:02:5p33

Problems - Aggressive Attitude, Am49:01:3p38

Problems - Connecting Groups, Am49:01:4p54

Problems - Saving Threatened Groups, Am49:01:2p18

Problems from the magazine Ki-en, Am49:03:2p03

Problems Solutions, Am49:05:3p47

Problems; Koshi Takashima, Am49:05:2p24

Proceedings of the 2nd Seminar of Scientific Go Theory; Klaus Heine, Am49:15:5,6p29

Professional 9x9 Go Part 2; Richard Hunter, Am49:28:2p34

Professional Eye; Jimmy Cha, Am49:18:1p15

Professional Game, Am49:09:1p08, Am49:10:4p05, Am49:10:6p06

Professional Game Commentary; Ohira 9D vs Fujisawa 9D, Am49:11:3p04

Professional Game Records, Am49:11:4p12, Am49:11:5p16, Am49:11:6p13, Am49:12:1p13

Professional Game Review, Am49:11:2p11

Professional Games, Am49:10:2p03, Am49:10:3p11, Am49:10:5p02

Professional Go Player Visit to U.S., Am64:07:1p04

Professional Visit, Am49:14:5,6p17

Professional Workshops, Am49:26:1p04

Professionals, Am49:21:4p24

Professionals Galore, Am49:15:4p36

Promote Yourself!; Roger White, Am49:27:2p38

Proposal for a Go Tour by R.A. McCallister, Am64:06:1p04

Proposed Rules, Am64:07:2pAppendix

Pros On The Move, Am49:22:3p07

Pros Who Taught Us, Am49:26:3p14

Protocol: How To Act at a Professional Simultaneous Event, Am49:21:4p28

Public Notice, Am49:23:4p04

Public Radio, Am49:22:1p08

Public Service Ad Features Go, Am49:27:2p05

Publications Available Through the American Go Association, Am64:02:3p04

Quaking, Am49:21:2p32

Quebec Open, Am49:14:2p03, Am49:14:3p07

Questions Of Fuseki; Shimoda, Am49:09:3p12

Quick & Dirty Principles of Go: Strategy for Beginners; Milton N. Bradley, Am49:09:1p13

Rafu Kiin Handicap Tournament, Am64:05:3p03, Am64:06:3p04

Rafu Kiin, Los Angeles Annual Nisei Week Festival Tournament, Am64:02:5p04

Raising Your Strength Part 1: Extensions and Connections, Am49:06:1p10

Raising Your Strength Part 2: Forming Territory, Am49:06:2p26

Raising Your Strength Part 3: Staying Out of Trouble, Am49:06:4p58

Raising Your Strength Part 4: Playing White for the First Time, Am49:07:1,2p24

Ranking Readout, Am49:13:3p25


Ranks and the Stats Box, Am49:27:2p12

Rating Advances, Am49:27:3p06

Rating Commission Update, Am49:24:2p04

Rating Program, Am49:22:1p11

Rating Readout, Am49:10:3p15, Am49:11:1p16, Am49:11:2p16, Am49:11:5p24, Am49:11:6p24, Am49:12:2p24, Am49:12:3,4p44, Am49:12:5,6p40, Am49:13:1p33, Am49:13:4,5,6p57, Am49:14:1p32, Am49:14:4p24, Am49:15:1p24, Am49:15:4p41, Am49:16:1p32, Am49:16:3p33, Am49:16:4p33, Am49:17:2p32, Am49:17:4p32, Am49:18:3p31, Am49:20:3p32

Rating Report, Am49:10:1p17, Am49:10:2p16, Am49:11:3p16, Am49:12:1p23

Rating System Report, Am49:11:4p03

Ratings, Am49:10:4p16, Am49:10:5p17

Ratings Are What You Make Them; Paul Matthews, Am49:29:2p18

Ratings Change, Am49:15:1p04, Am49:16:2p07, Am49:16:3p25

Ratings Issue Heats Up - National Committee Formed, Am49:21:2p04

Ratings Notice, Am49:15:4p40

Ratings Notice; Dave Relson, Am49:15:5,6p33

Reach Out And Play Someone, Am49:25:1p04

Read This Aloud; Phil Straus, Am49:22:1p36

Reading Ahead, Am49:22:2p20

Reasons For Preferring Go To Chess; Ted Drange, Am49:18:3p15

Record Level of Play, Am49:27:3p05

Recording Industry, Am49:24:2p03

Redmond & Kobayashi Attend U.S. Tournament, Am49:19:1p03

Redmond Analysis - Redmond v. Kofoku, Am49:20:1p25

Redmond Analysis - Redmond vs. Kazuhiro, Am49:20:2p13

Redmond Beats Takemiya, Am49:22:4p03

Redmond Cup Update, Am49:28:2p05

Redmond Defeats World Champion!, Am49:27:4p04

Redmond Game Jigo in Spite of Himself, Am49:20:1p21

Redmond On A Roll, Am49:23:2p05

Redmond Rules at Fujitsu, Am49:24:4p06

Redmond Scores, Am49:21:3p03

Redmond Wins Again In Fujitsu, Am49:25:1p03

Redmond's Go Camp, Am49:25:4p17

Reducing Territorial Frameworks, Book Review; Wynne Evans, Am49:21:2p24

Regional and Local Tournaments, Am64:02:6p05

Regional Pair Go Tournaments to Be Set, Am49:27:2p03

Regional Pair Tournaments to be Held, Am49:27:4p04, Am49:28:1p04

Regional VP Selection Completed, Am49:27:2p03

Relson Chosen Team Captain, Am49:15:4p37


Reminder For Las Vegas, Am49:26:2p04

Renewal of Student Memberships, Am49:02:4p64

Report of the Election Committee, Am64:03:2p01

Report of the Nominating Committee, Am64:03:1p01

Report On The 1975 New Jersey Open Championship Tournament; RM Ryder, Am49:10:2p15

Report on the Go Seminar at the 23rd European Go Congress, Konigswinter; David Benson, Am49:15:1p21

Report on the New Jersey Go Tournament; Bob Ryder, Am49:15:2,3p23

Request For Proposals - The American Go Foundation, Am49:28:4p37

Requests, Am64:06:2p04

Results of New York Go Championships, Matusda Holds 1969 New York Go Championship, Ronald Snyder is Kyu Champion, Nidan Championship is a Triple Tie, Am64:03:3p03

Resurgence of the New York Go Club, Am49:06:3p33

Review: "Enclosure Josekis: Attacking and Defending the Corner", Am49:18:1p19

Reviews of Go Activities In Japan, Ja54:01:1p05

Rin and O Tour, Am49:19:4p16

Rin's Igo Tests, Am49:09:4p12, Am49:09:5p11

Rin's Igo Tests For 6th Kyus, Am49:10:2p08

Robert G. High Memorial Award, Am49:28:1p04

Robert Gordon High 1946-1993; Roy Laird, Am49:27:1p03

Robinson Go Library Listings, Am49:10:4p13, Am49:10:5p13

Robinson Go Library; Craig Hutchinson, Am49:10:4p04

Rocky Mountain Championship, Am49:23:1p04

Rocky Mountain Eyes - Denver Hosts Sixth US Go Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:24:3p08

Roger Newlander Translations, Am49:06:1p09

Rogue Valley Go Tournament, Am49:14:3p03

Rogue Valley Tournament, Am49:14:4p07

Rules For Playing Go by Telephone, Am64:02:5p04

Rules for Selection of An International Go Team To Represent America in any Tournament held in 1965, Am64:00:4p02

Rules of Pair Go, Am49:26:1p11

Rules; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:1p01d

Russian Publisher Likes Intellectual Games, Am49:27:2p04

ry & Go Meeting; Klaus Heine, Am49:10:2p02

Ryutetsu - Jowa Game; Bruno Ruger, Am49:03:3p38

Sabaki Go Club, Am49:14:3p07


Sabaki Go Company, Am49:14:2p05, Am49:14:4p05, Am49:14:5,6p32, Am49:15:1p17, Am49:15:2,3p16, Am49:15:5,6p33, Am49:16:1p33, Am49:16:2p33, Am49:16:3p32, Am49:16:4p32, Am49:17:1p15, Am49:17:2p17, Am49:17:3p17, Am49:17:4p26, Am49:18:1p09, Am49:18:2p23, Am49:18:3p23, Am49:18:4p25, Am49:21:1p29, Am49:21:3p09

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 1; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:06:1p01

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 2; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:06:2p18

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 3; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:06:4p61

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 4; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:07:1,2p30

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 5; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:07:4p58

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 6; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:08:3p43

Sakai vs Matsuda, Am49:08:4p61

Sakata - Takagawa Game, Am49:06:4p51

Sakata vs Takagawa, Am49:07:3p38

Sakata's Igo Tests (4th Kyu), Am49:10:1p12

Sakata's One Point IGo Lessons, Am49:09:5p14, Am49:09:6p14

Sake To Me, Am49:22:2p06

San Francisco Go Club - A Brief History of America's Great National Go Treasure; Ernest Brown, Am49:25:1p13

San Francisco Go Club Quarterly, Am49:16:2p17

San Francisco Go Club Survives Quake: Devotees Take "Quake Draws" After "The Pretty Big One"; Lloyd Gowen, Am49:23:3p04

San Francisco Golden Anniversary, Am49:20:4p04

San Francisco Quarterly Tournament, Am49:15:5,6p04

San Francisco Setback, Am49:22:1p06

San Francisco Tournaments, Am49:14:2p05

San Francisco's Winter Winners, Am49:22:2p06

Sasada as Students' Champion for 1953, Ja54:01:1p06

Schedule for the Go Professional's Visit to North America, Am49:10:1p02

Schedule of Points, Grand Tournament of Professional Masters of Nippon Kiin, Am49:03:4p51

Schenectady Go Club, Am49:10:3p04

Seasons Greetings, Am49:18:4p17

Seattle Cherry Blossom, Am49:22:2p06

Seattle Sheraton Sponsors U.S. Professional Event, Am49:22:3p14

Seattle Tournament Draws 28 Entrants, Am49:16:1p31

Second Annual IBM and BTL Tournament, Am64:00:5p01

Second Annual Inter Ethnic Cleveland Go Tournament, Am49:17:2p13

Second Annual L.A. Baduk Club Championship; Les Lanphear, Am49:16:3p03

Second Book of Go, Book Review, Am49:21:4p36

Second Encounter, Am49:07:4p64

Second European Go-Congress, Am49:07:1,2p23

Second Ing Cup Tournament, Am49:26:3p10

Second International Go Tournament, Am64:00:3p01

Second Quebec Open Tournament, Am49:14:5,6p02, Am49:15:1p06

Second U.S. International Go Tournament, Am64:05:3p02

Second U.S. Telephone Match Won by Washington Club, Am64:02:5p03

Second US Go Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:20:4p13

Second World Women's Amateur Championship, Am49:25:1p26

Second World Youth Tournament, Am49:19:3p05

Second Year of the World Amateur Championships; Terry Benson, Am49:15:2,3p07

Secretary Report, Am49:09:1p03

Segoe: Life and Death; Bob Meyers, Am49:15:1p13, Am49:15:2,3p46, Am49:15:4p08

Seinan Go Kaisha Handicap Tournament, Am64:05:3p04

Seki Within Seki; IJ Good, Am49:05:2p18

Self-Paired Handicap, Am49:26:3p13

Seminar On Go/Game Theory - Summary Report; Klaus Heine, Am49:10:6p03

Sen Suzuki Settles Seattle, Am49:15:2,3p05

Send the Gift of Go - 1986 Ranka Yearbook; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:20:4p12

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 1; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:25:2,3p33

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 2; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:25:4p19

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 3; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:1p23

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 4; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:2p20

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 5; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:3p28

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 6; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:27:3p19

Sensei's Knife; Ken Koester, Am49:25:2,3p23

Serving Go Players in America; Ishi Press, Am49:21:1p32

Seven Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:03:1p11

Seventh Annual Meijin Sen - Takagawa vs Rin, Am49:22:4p16

Shibata Wins New York Go Championship, Am64:05:1p05

Shibumi; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p31

Shimamura - Miyashita Game, Ja54:02:3p17

Shin Fuseki - Nature of the Corner (Igo Gairon); Translated by Nogami Akirei of Tokyo and edited by John L. Bauer, Am49:01:1p08


Shin Kang Defeats Shigeo Matsuhara for U.S. Title, Am49:13:4,5,6p13

Shodan Diplomas Awarded (Robert Gillooly, Katsumi Nishiyama, Yaichi Hayakawa, Karl Davis Robinson, Edward Lasker), Am49:04:4p49

Showing The Stones: Tips on Photographing Go; Kenneth M. Koester, Jr., Am49:16:4p22

Shusaku - Iwasaki Kenzo Game; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:2p23

Silly Songs Sung in Korea, Am49:23:2p37

Similar Time Next Year, Am49:27:3p07

Simplified Rating System; Art O'Leary, Am49:11:1p15

Singapore Fling - The Sixth World Youth Wei-chi Championship; Ernest Brown, Am49:23:3p06

Sixth Annual New Jersey Go Tournament, Am64:00:4p01

Sketching Out the Game; Kobayashi Chizu, Am49:19:2p18

Skilled In Photography?; AGA, Am49:10:4p03

Small Moves, Am49:22:1p08

Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf, Am49:23:4p27, Am49:24:1p18, Am49:24:2p23, Am49:24:3p38, Am49:24:4p09, Am49:25:1p32, Am49:25:2,3p49, Am49:25:4p31

Smart Go Board; Anders Kierulf, Am49:22:3p34, Am49:23:1p17, Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p32

So What were the answers to those Bill and Jill problems, anyway?, Am49:29:2p38

So What?; Bob High, Am49:24:1p14

Software Reviews; Bob High, Am49:24:4p34

Solution To Cover Problem; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p39

Solution to Kerwin Problem, Am49:23:3p24

Solution to New Year Problem, Am49:26:1p3736

Solution to The Swan and the 1000 Miles, Am49:19:4p31

Solutions of Problems, Am49:01:2p30, Am49:01:4p64, Am49:02:1p16

Solutions to Chinese Problems, Am49:20:2p27

Solutions To Instant Go Problems; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p38

Solutions To Kobayashi Problems, Am49:19:2p31

Solutions to Problems, Am49:01:3p48, Am49:02:3p48, Am49:03:3p46, Am49:06:1p08

Solutions to Problems (given on page 41), Am49:07:3p37

Solutions To Problems on page 55, Am49:03:4p51

Solutions To Problems; James Kerwin, Am49:24:3p39

Solutions To Three Go Problems, Am49:27:1p36

Solutions to Yang's Life and Death (from p.23); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:1p36


Solutions to Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:2p36, Am49:26:3p38, Am49:27:3p38, Am49:28:1p38, Am49:28:4p38, Am49:29:1p46

Some Eastern Notes, Am49:15:4p36

Some Tips on Finding the Vital Point in Life-and-Death; Sakakibara, Translated by Roy Bogas, Am49:16:2p27

Some Western Views, Am49:13:1p25

Soon Leads In New Jersey Go Tournament 1968, Am64:02:2p01

Soon Wins New Jersey Open "Go" Championship 1968, Ryder Wins New Jersey Part, Am64:02:3p01

Soup's On In Baltimore, Am49:20:3p26

Southern California Inaugural, Am49:17:3p05

Southern California Open, Am49:15:5,6p29

Southern California Open & Southern California Handicap, Am49:15:4p03

Southwest Rises Again, Am49:23:2p06

Souvenirs; Joe Engel, Am49:20:1p03

Special Exhibition Game, Am49:25:2,3p40, Am49:26:3p23

Special Membership Created, Am49:13:1p01

Special Prize Game, Am49:26:3p26

Special Sale - Back Issues, Am49:26:1p1918, Am49:26:2p37, Am49:27:1p15

Star of Poland is the strongest, Am49:24:1p15, Am49:24:2p33, Am49:24:4p11, Am49:25:1p09

Star Of Poland; OPENetwork, Am49:23:1p18, Am49:23:2p34, Am49:23:3p24, Am49:23:4p06

Star of Poland; The Tank, Inc, Am49:22:2p40

State of Go - New Jersey, Am49:06:1p09

Stepping Stones; Ernest Brown, Am49:24:1p16, Am49:24:2p18, Am49:25:1p23

Strategic Error & Blunder; Phil Straus, Am49:23:1p26

Strength - Degrees and Ranks, Am49:03:2p18

Strength Through Humility; James Kerwin, Am49:17:4p08

Strength Through Humility; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:17:3p10

Strongest Go Playing Program in the World: 1992 Computer Go World Champion, Go Intellect, Am49:27:1p36

Structure of Go; Karl Davis Robinson, Am49:04:3p47

Subscribe To "Go World"; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:20:1p27, Am49:20:2p26, Am49:20:3p20

Subscribe to "Mangajin", Am49:25:1p09, Am49:25:4p13, Am49:26:1p10, Am49:27:2p36

Subscription Renewal, Am64:02:6p01, Am64:03:1pA

Suggested: A Go Summer Camp, Am64:07:1p02

Summer Go Camp?, Am64:07:2p05

Summer Go In Boulder; Skip Ascheim, Am49:17:4p07


Summer Tournament Scene, Am49:21:3p03

Surprises At The European Go Congress, Am49:13:4,5,6p26

Suzuki Method for Five Stone Games, Am49:14:5,6p20

Swan and 1000 Miles, Am49:19:3p29

Swiss Explorer; Anders Kierulf, Am49:23:4p27

Syracuse University Go Club, Am49:11:4p06

T&E Moves To AGN, Am49:27:2p05

Taiwan Prodigy, Am49:05:3p46

Takagawa - Go Seigen Three Game Match Game 1, Ja54:02:4p28

Takagawa Film Now Available, Am49:12:5,6p20, Am49:13:2p06

Takagawa Film Now Available to Clubs, Am49:12:3,4p07

Takagawa on Profit and Influence; Bob Terry, Am49:18:1p20

Takagawa Still Champion, Ja54:02:3p24

Takagawa vs Fujisawa, Am49:08:4p49

Takao Matsuda Again Wins North American Noninbo Title, Am64:04:1p03

Takao Matsuda is New Jersey Open Go Champion for 1967, Am64:01:1p01

Takao Matsuda is writing a book on "Basic Form in Go", Am49:07:1,2p22

Takao Matsuda Wins North American Honinbo Title, Am64:02:6p02

Takao Matsuda won the 1964 Eastern Seaboard Honinbo Tournament, Am64:00:2p01

Takata Gillooly Game; W:Takata, B:Gillooly, Am49:03:4p58

Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell, Am49:18:4p07, Am49:19:1p07, Am49:19:2p07, Am49:19:4p07, Am49:20:1p07, Am49:20:2p09, Am49:20:3p07, Am49:21:1p07, Am49:21:2p07, Am49:21:3p06, Am49:22:1p18, Am49:22:2p09, Am49:22:4p28, Am49:23:4p35

Tasuko Masubuchi Visits the U.S., Am49:04:4p49

Teach Your Children: An Interview with Wang Runan; Roy Laird, Am49:22:3p22

Teachers Wanted; AGA, Am49:28:4p37

Teaching Game (7 Stone); Hayashi 9D vs Yamamoto 1k, Am49:12:1p15

Teaching Go To Children (Part 1); Peter Freedman, Am49:24:4p14

Teaching Go To Children: Part 2; Peter Freedman, Am49:26:1p18

Teaching Go To Children; Gary A Klein, Am49:15:4p15

Team Match Between Formosa and Korea, Ja54:02:3p24

Team Match In Toronto, Am49:11:6p03

Tele-Tsuke, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

Tele-Tsuke Lets You Take on the World, Am49:20:3p18, Am49:20:4p05

Tele-Tsuke; AGA, Am49:21:1p29, Am49:22:4p29

Tengen ManeGo; Kitani-Go Seigen, Am49:10:1p03

Tentative AGA Chapter Roster, Am49:09:6p06

Tentative New York-New Jersey Tournament Schedule for 1973, Am64:06:2p05

Tenth Canadian Go Championship, Go-ing All Out, Am49:21:3p04

Tenth World Youth Go Championship: Junior Division Final Match, Am49:28:1p11

Tenth World Youth Go Championship: Senior Division Final Match, Am49:28:1p12

Testing Your Strength - Part 1: Understanding Kadoban; Wayne Nelson and Bob High, Am49:25:2,3p56

Tesuji (Song), Am49:20:4p11

Tesuji to Get Stronger; Fujisawa, Am49:09:1p15

Tetrahedron, Am49:22:4p40

Texas Triumph, Am49:22:2p06

Thinking About Go Part 1; Edward K Ream, Am49:21:3p23

Thinking About Go Part 2; Edward K Ream, Am49:21:4p40

Third Amateur Women's International Go Tournament; Yari Leski, Am49:25:4p14

Third Annual Maryland Open - Biggest and Best Yet, Am49:11:4p06

Third Annual Maryland Open Go Championships, Am49:11:3p02

Third International Team Tournament, Am64:06:2p04

Third Man: an interview with James Davies; Roy Laird, Am49:25:4p20

Third North American Honinbo Tournament, Am64:06:2p04

Third Quebec Open, Am49:15:5,6p04, Am49:16:1p24

Third U.S. Chinese Tour, Am49:20:1p08

Third U.S. Go Congress, Am49:21:2p08

Third U.S. Go Congress, August 8-16, 1987, Northhampton, MA, Am49:21:1p06

Third US-Korea Friendship Baduk Tournament, Am49:25:1p04

Third World Youth Wei-ch'i Championships; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:20:4p09

This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 1); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:27:2p20

This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 2); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:27:3p20

This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 3); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:27:4p16

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 4; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:1p32

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 5; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:2p28

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 6; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:3p26

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 7; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:29:1p36

This Just In, Am49:25:2,3p69

This Summer... a Go tour!, Am49:09:3p11

This Year Give Go - A Christmas Tesuji; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:19:4p09

Thoughts On "The Protracted Game" Book Review, Am49:21:1p07

Three Contests, Am49:29:1p05

Three Go Problems; Ye-hui Wang, Translated by Steven Lo, Am49:27:1p20

Three players from Midwest challenge Eastern Players, Am64:00:5p01

Three Problems - A "Meta-Game" Analysis; Jim Kerwin, Am49:29:2p15

Three Stone Handicap Game, Ja54:02:1p07

Three Stone Handicap Game; Segoe - Three Amateurs, Ja54:01:2p14

Three Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:04:3p42

Three Terminal Groups: AMCOM Network, The OPENNetwork BBS on Go & Computers, The GoBoard, Am49:22:4p21

Three Tie In Ann Arbor, Am49:17:3p08

Three Ways to Kadoban; Roy Laird, Am49:19:1p11

Tired of Western Style; New York Go Institute, Am49:28:4p15

To Fight (Song), Am49:23:2p37

To My Neighbors On The Same Floor; Anne Dicky, Am49:20:3p16

Tokyo in 1970? See Bozulich!, Am64:03:2p04

Tomorow's Champions?, Am49:24:3p17

Too Much To Talk About, Am49:22:3p05

Top Chinese Pro Visits California, Am49:29:1p06

Top five reasons not to give up Go for a career in interior design:, Am49:29:1p34

Top Quality Equipment From All Over Asia; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:24:3p33, Am49:24:4p33, Am49:25:1p21

Top Quality Go Equipment From The Orient; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:23:3p16, Am49:23:4p40

Topological Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p13

Toronto Club Report; Bruce Amos, Am49:13:4,5,6p04

Toronto Open, Am49:15:1p07, Am49:20:3p04

Tournamania! - Have You Played In a Tournament This Year, Am49:20:3p03

Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:12:3,4p04, Am49:12:5,6p02, Am49:13:1p02, Am49:13:2p07, Am49:13:3p02, Am49:13:4,5,6p03, Am49:14:1p02, Am49:14:2p03, Am49:14:3p03, Am49:14:4p03, Am49:14:5,6p02, Am49:15:1p04, Am49:15:2,3p04, Am49:15:4p03, Am49:15:5,6p04, Am49:16:1p05, Am49:24:3p07, Am49:24:4p05, Am49:25:1p05

Tournament Briefs, Am49:11:6p02, Am49:12:2p05

Tournament Calendar, Am49:10:1p01, Am49:10:2p01, Am49:10:3p01, Am49:11:2p01, Am49:11:3p01, Am49:11:4p02, Am49:11:5p02, Am49:11:6p02, Am49:12:1p03, Am49:12:2p04

Tournament Dates, Am64:05:2p04

Tournament News, Am49:20:2p29

Tournament Notes, Am49:22:2p06

Tournament Photos, Am49:09:4p05

Tournament Report Program, Am49:22:2p07

Tournament Results, Am64:02:1p01, Am64:02:3p05

Tournament Results: New York Go Club, New Jersey Go Club, Am64:01:3p02

Tournament Time, Am49:24:3p05

Tournaments & Events, Am49:19:1p04, Am49:19:2p04, Am49:19:3p05, Am49:19:4p03, Am49:20:1p09, Am49:20:2p03, Am49:20:4p05, Am49:21:1p04, Am49:21:2p05, Am49:21:3p04, Am49:21:4p05, Am49:22:1p09, Am49:22:2p08, Am49:22:3p08, Am49:22:4p07, Am49:23:1p06, Am49:23:2p08

Tournaments Are Springing Up All Over: Manhattan, San Francisco, Seattle Cherry Blossom, Massachusetts, Third Quebec, Eighth Maryland; Terry Benson, Am49:15:5,6p00b

Tournaments Remembered and To Come, Am49:18:4p05

Tournaments Scheduled for 1971, Am64:05:1p05

Traditional Elegance: Harmony in Wood, Shell and Stone; Ishi Press, Am49:23:2p41, Am49:23:3p41

Travel Notes of R.A. McCallister, Am64:06:1p04

Traveling Tournament, Am64:02:3p05

Triple Ko In Miami, Am49:27:4p06

Triumphal Tour of Japan, Am49:17:4p06

Tsume Go For Dan Players; Kada, Am49:09:1p10

Tuesday Beginner's Tournament in San Francisco, Am49:20:3p27

Tulsa Tournament, Am49:25:1p05

Turning Points, A Report by Terry Benson, AGA President, Am49:15:4p04

TV Star, Am49:18:4p24

Twas The Move Before Yose, Am49:12:5,6p29

Twelfth Annual New Jersey "Go" Championship, Am64:05:2p02

Twenty-First Annual Tournament, Am49:09:2p02

Two By Cho Chikun: "Positional Judgement" and "The 3-3 Point: Modern Opening Stragegy", Am49:25:2,3p07

Two Jujo Jiang Games, Am49:28:3p12

Two New Books: "The Power of the Star Point" and "The Magic of Go"; Ishi Press, Am49:22:2p40

Two New Go Books "Modern Joseki & Fuseki, Vol 1" and "Basic Techniques of Go"; R.M. Ryder, Am64:03:2p04

Two New Silly Go Songs, Am49:24:3p18

Two Problems By a Chinese Emperor; Lien-sheng Yang, Am49:04:1p08

Two Regular Go Nights (New York Area), Am49:02:4p64

Two Seven Stone Fuseki Studies; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:4p55

Two Stone Handicap Fuseki Part 1; Minoru Kitani, Am49:06:3p35

Two Stone Handicap Fuseki Part 2; Minoru Kitani, Am49:06:4p49

Two Stone Handicap Game, Am49:13:4,5,6p52

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 3; Minoru Kitani, Am49:07:3p42

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 4; Minoru Kitani, Am49:08:2p18

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 5; Minoru Kitani, Am49:08:3p41

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 6; Minoru Kitani, Am49:08:4p58

Two Valiant Efforts, Am49:21:1p12

Two Young Lions, Am49:13:4,5,6p29

Two-for-One Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p13

U.S. Championship Game, Am49:17:3p08

U.S. Championship Prizes, Am49:17:2p07

U.S. Championships, Am49:18:4p05

U.S. Contenders Final Match - Game 3, Am49:17:3p09

U.S. Eastern Honinbo Tournament, Am64:02:4p01

U.S. Go Congress '95, Am49:29:1p09, Am49:29:2p07

U.S. Go Congress 86, Am49:20:1p26

U.S. Go Congress 86 Seattle, Washington, Am49:19:4p03

U.S. Go News, Am49:11:3p02

U.S. Go Players in Tokyo, Am64:02:5p03

U.S. News, Am49:11:2p01

U.S. Team vs Canada, Am49:11:5p03

U.S. Western Honinbo Championship, Am64:02:5p01

U.S.A. Honinbo Tournament Will Be Held, Am64:02:3p01

U.S.A. Honinbo Tournament?, Am64:02:1p02

Unannotated Games 17/11/1670 B:Yasui Sentets, W:Honinbo Dosaku; Translated by Rudolf Aron, Am49:01:2p23

Unannotated Games 1750?, B:Hakugen Honinbo, 8Dan (1727-1754), W:Inseki Inonye, 7Dan (1707-1772); Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:2p31

Unannotated Games 1901, B:Nakagawa Kamesaburo, W:Honinbo Shusai; Rudolf Aron, Am49:01:3p44

Unannotated Games: A Future Meijin (1901, B:Honinbo Shusai, Nakagawa Kamesaburo); Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:1p09

Understanding Kadoban - Part 2: Match Play; Wayne Nelson and Bob High, Am49:26:2p29

United States Championship Won by Charles Huh, Am49:16:3p04

United States Championships - Labor Day Weekend - September 5th & 6th, Am49:16:1p04

United States Championships Report, Am49:16:2p03

United States Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:12:2p03

United States Kyu Championship Finals, Am49:12:3,4p08

Unusual Tournament Held in Tokyo, Am64:02:6p06

Upset Victory For A Veteran, Am49:17:2p10

US Amateur Beats Professional, Am49:23:2p05

US Circuit Enters Third Cycle, Am49:27:3p18

US Open, Am49:26:3p10

US Resident Plays For $400,000, Am49:26:2p03

User Beware - Anarchy Reigns on the IGS, Am49:27:2p14

Vacation In Paradise; Joel Sanet, Am49:18:3p27

Value of the First Move; R. Clegg, Am49:10:1p13

Value of the First Move; Roger Clegg, Am49:12:3,4p24

Venezuelan Invitation, Am49:27:2p04

Vice President's Memo, Am49:09:3p03

Views: The Goplayer's Guide to the AGJ; Kenneth Koester, Am49:17:4p03

Views; Ken Koester, Am49:18:1p03

Vintage Go '82, Am49:17:1p05

Vintage Go In Winery, Am49:18:4p05

Virginia Commonwealth University Go Club, Am49:11:4p06

Visit of Japanese Professionals, Sept 1972, Am64:06:1p05

Visiting A Country Temple on a Winter Day, Am49:17:3p30

Visits and Visitors, Am49:05:2p18

Vital Statistics, Am49:21:4p45

Vivisection of an Opening, Am49:17:3p28, Am49:17:4p19

Volga Boat Trip, Am49:24:3p03

Walking Stones - Going For the Go(ld); Peter Shotwell, Am49:29:1p22

Walking Stones; Peter Shotwell, Am49:28:2p14

Wang Wi Wows Winter Watchers, Am49:23:1p03

Wanted For Evaluation, Am49:29:2p06

Wanted To Buy: Out of print Go Books; Anton Ninno, Am49:11:4p03

Wanted To Buy; Anton Ninno, Am49:11:6p05

Wanted/For Sale, Am49:12:1p07, Am49:12:3,4p25

Wanted/For Sale; Anton Ninno, Empty Sky Go Club, Am49:13:3p09, Am49:14:2p16, Am49:15:4p25

Wanted: "Invincible: The Games of Shusaku" by John Power; Eric, Am49:28:2p05

Wanted: $100,000 for NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo, Am49:22:3p37

Wanted: Someone To Produce "The American Go Journal" within the Current Budget, Am49:13:2p03

Wanted: The Vital Points of Go and Go Proverbs Illustrated; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:15:5,6p19

Washington 1978 Fall Tournament, Am49:14:1p09

Washington's Other Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:28:4p04

Way To Go, Am49:20:4p07, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

Way To Go; AGA, Am49:22:1p23, Am49:22:4p14

Way To Go; Phil Straus, Am49:21:1p29

Waylaid By Wei-Chi; Dan Deneen, Am49:26:4p13

We Are OpeNetwork; The Tank, Am49:22:4p14

We Must All Publicize Go, Am49:13:4,5,6p38

We Need Your Help; AGA, Am49:24:3p39

We Regret: Obituary Bowles, Joseph P., Am49:01:1p07

We're A Sport, Am49:22:1p08

Weekend Tournaments in Oregon, Am49:13:4,5,6p03

Wei-Qi In Inner Mongolia; Feng Wan-zeng, Translated by Steven Lo, Am49:27:3p16

Well Known Faces, Am49:08:2p32

West Coast Champion Wins North American Honinbo for 1st Time, Am49:12:1p09

West Coast Report, Am49:09:1p02

Western Committee Meeting, Am49:15:5,6p08

Western Executive Committee Formed, Am49:13:1p01

Western Go Professionals in the News, Am49:14:1p02

Western Go Scene, Am49:09:3p09

Western Honinbo Tournament Plans, Am64:03:1p03

Western Honinbo Tournament Won by S. Matsubara, Am64:04:1p03

Western U.S. Go Championships, Am49:13:1p27

Westerners Finally Make Professional Shodan (James Kerwin), Am49:13:1p03

Westerns; Joe Walters & Les Lanphear, Am49:19:1p09

What A Difference A Year Makes, Am49:15:2,3p04

What Do You Mean, I Have To Make Another Move?, Am49:26:2p16

What Is The American Go Foundation, Am49:26:2p38

What Makes A Winner, Am49:21:4p05

What You Think (Or What We Think You Think); Roy Laird, Am49:27:2p16

What's New in New York?; Games Gallery, Am49:09:5p13

What's New; Roy Laird, Am49:25:2,3p07

What's Your Rating? Part 1 - Ranks; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p08

What's Your Rating? Part 1 - Ratings; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p12

When Is Ko not a Ko?; Bob Terry, Am49:17:4p11

Which Moves are Bad; Takagawa, Am49:11:5p06

Who Gets To Play In Fujitsu, Am49:23:4p12

Who We Are: A Membership Survey, Am49:22:4p13

Who's Who in Fujitsu - A Brief Look At Some of the Top US Players, Am49:23:4p08

Why's Your Rating; AGA, Am49:24:4p38

Wild Midwest, Am49:22:2p06

Win One, Lose One - 3rd China-Korea Friendship Tournament in LA Ends In Draw; Bob Terry, Am49:24:2p14

Winners - 1990 US Go Congress Championship, Am49:24:3p20

Winners Kyu Up In Midwest, Am49:23:2p06

Winners' Circle - 1989 US Go Congress Winners, Am49:23:3p38

Winning Through Mental Discipline - The Ten Commandments of Go; Otake Hideo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:20:2p16

Winter Go Workshop With Jim Kerwin, Am49:27:3p04

Women's Championship Match Game 1, Ja54:02:6p44

Words of The Masters, Am49:21:3p14

World Amateur Championship Game; Matusda vs Chang, Am49:15:2,3p14

World Amateur Go Championship, Am49:26:2p06

World Champion Program - Go Intellect, Am49:26:4p31

World Class Program - Go Intellect, Am49:27:3p21

World Cup, Am49:22:4p03

World Pro Cup and Fifth Youth Championship To Be Held Together In Paris, Am49:22:1p05

World Youth Playoff, Am49:21:1p03

World Youth Tournament, Am49:18:2p04

World Youth Wei Ch'i Championship; Peter Freedman, Am49:25:2,3p32

World Youth Wei Chi Championship, Am49:25:4p19

Xanadu Books Last Remaining "Invinciple", Am49:23:2p39, Am49:23:3p34

Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print, Am49:24:1p35, Am49:24:2p40, Am49:24:3p24, Am49:24:4p17, Am49:25:1p36, Am49:25:2,3p43, Am49:25:4p34, Am49:26:1p31

Yang's Life and Death Part 7; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:27:4p10

Yang's Life and Death Part 8; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:28:1p13

Yang's Life and Death Part 9; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:28:4p25, Am49:29:1p35

Yang's Life And Death: Solution (from p. 19), Am49:25:4p36

Yang's Life and Death: Solutions; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:27:4p38

Yasui Senkaku - Honinbo Dochi Game, Am49:05:3p36

Yi-lun Yang - Learn Go By Mail, Am49:27:3p09


Young Kwon wins U.S. Eastern Championship 1969, Am64:03:2p02

Young Yanks, Am49:19:4p04

Your Best Move This Year: The US Go Congress, Am49:27:1p11

Youth Championship Playoff, Am49:20:1p04

Youth Championship Selection Coming Up, Am49:27:1p08

Yugoslav Go Team Visits U.S.A., Am64:04:1p06

Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:25:2,3p49, Am49:25:4p29, Am49:26:2p19, Am49:26:3p28, Am49:26:4p18, Am49:27:2p31, Am49:27:3p04, Am49:27:4p13, Am49:28:1p17, Am49:28:1p37, Am49:28:2p12, Am49:28:2p32

Yutopian Publishes Go Book - "Killer of Go", Am49:28:3p03

Zen Go Circle Saki League, Am49:11:6p04

Zhu-Jiu Jiang vs. Paul Hu, Am49:26:1p20


AMERICAN GO ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL AMERICAN GO JOURNAL SUBJECT INDEX

March 30, 2006





This AGA American Go Journal Subject Index was compiled by Craig R Hutchinson, AGA Librarian/Archivist. Entries are based on material in the AGA Library/Archive, his personal collection, and other bibliographies. Research is continuing. Please send recommended updates, additions, and changes with supporting documentation to Craig R Hutchinson, 3409 Silver Maple Place, Falls Church, VA 22042-3545, TEL: 703-698-9811, FAX: 703-876-6727, e-mail crhutch@aol.com.


In addition to the American Go Journal, this index includes the first AGA Bulletin published in 1936, the English language Japanese Go Journal published 1954-56, and the AGA Newsletters published 1955-1973. The indexes are in systematic/alphabetical order. The index gives the Title of Article/Author/Publication/Page; however, the author is omitted in many citations.


ADVERTISMENTS

$5000 Reward! - Mr. Ing wants you to Go the right way!; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:27:2p00

12 Kyu Go Program? - Star of Poland; The Tank, Am49:22:3p10

1973 Renewal Notice, Am64:06:2p01

1974 Pennsylvania State Open, Am49:09:3p10

22nd European Go Congress, Am49:13:2p32

23rd European Go Congress, Am49:14:2p06

6th U.S. Go Congress, Am49:24:1p19

6th U.S. Go Congress Denver, CO, Am49:23:4p33

A Compendium of Trick Plays; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:29:2p06

A Game of Go; Haskell Small, Am49:21:4p13, Am49:22:1p21, Am49:22:2p40, Am49:22:3p11, Am49:22:4p33, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p07, Am49:23:4p27, Am49:24:1p25, Am49:24:2p27, Am49:24:4p26, Am49:25:2,3p65, Am49:26:3p31, Am49:27:3p33

A Traditional Go Ban for under two hundred dollars!; Ishi Press, Am49:22:1p41

Additional Go Equipment, Am64:05:2p04

Adult Games; Games Gallery, Am49:10:6p16

AGA Classified For Sale: Out of Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson, Am49:18:1p32

AGA considers articles for publication; AGA, Am49:11:4p11

AGA Membership Application, Am49:13:2p02, Am49:14:2p02, Am49:14:3p02, Am49:14:4p02, Am49:15:1p02, Am49:15:2,3p02, Am49:15:4p02, Am49:15:5,6p03, Am49:16:1p02, Am49:16:2p02

AGA Products, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

AGA Ratings, Am49:09:6p11

AGA Reading List, Am49:27:1p26

AGA Seeks Written Teaching Materials, Am49:13:1p26


AGA Subscription, Am49:12:1p02, Am49:12:2p02, Am49:12:3,4p02

AGA Supporters, Am49:23:1p39, Am49:23:2p19, Am49:23:3p20, Am49:23:4p15, Am49:24:1p39

AGA Vailable - "The Way To Go"; Karl Baker, Am49:20:3p15

AGA would like volunteer to be the Rating Coordinator, Am49:09:5p15

AGJ Back Issue Bonanza!, Am49:23:1p36

Alert AGA Schedule for Professional Visits, Am49:09:5p02

All About Life & Death, The most complete work on tsume Go ever published in English; Ishi Press, Am49:27:1p42, Am49:27:2p42, Am49:27:3p42, Am49:27:4p42, Am49:28:1p42, Am49:28:2p42, Am49:28:3p42, Am49:28:4p42, Am49:29:1p50

American Go Association, Am49:16:2p02, Am49:16:3p02, Am49:16:4p02, Am49:17:1p02, Am49:17:2p02, Am49:17:3p02, Am49:17:4p02, Am49:18:1p02, Am49:18:2p02, Am49:18:3p02, Am49:18:4p02, Am49:19:1p02, Am49:19:2p02, Am49:19:3p02, Am49:19:4p02, Am49:20:1p02, Am49:20:2p02, Am49:20:3p02, Am49:20:4p03, Am49:21:1p02, Am49:21:2p02, Am49:21:3p02, Am49:21:4p02, Am49:22:1p02, Am49:22:2p02, Am49:22:3p02, Am49:22:4p02, Am49:23:1p02, Am49:23:2p02, Am49:23:3p02, Am49:23:4p02, Am49:24:1p02, Am49:24:2p02, Am49:24:3p02, Am49:24:4p02, Am49:25:1p02, Am49:25:2,3p02, Am49:25:4p02, Am49:26:1p02, Am49:26:2p02, Am49:26:3p02, Am49:26:4p02, Am49:27:1p02, Am49:27:2p02, Am49:27:3p02, Am49:27:4p02, Am49:28:1p02, Am49:28:2p02, Am49:28:3p02, Am49:28:4p02, Am49:29:1p02, Am49:29:2p02

Announcement: Seminar on Scientific Theory of Go - at the 1979 European Go Congress; Klaus Heine, Am49:13:4,5,6p38

Announcing Learn To Play Go by Jeong Soo-hyun & Janice Kim, Am49:29:1p49

Announcing publication of "Killer of Go"; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:28:3p40

Announcing the Michael Redmond Cup, Am49:27:4p39

Appeal for Extra Donations - Results, Am64:03:2p02

Availability of Books in English and Low-priced Equipment, Am64:05:1p07

Available From The AGA, Am49:21:2p23, Am49:21:3p29, Am49:21:4p35

Back Issues of Go Review Available, Am49:16:2p24, Am49:17:2p31

Back Issues of the AGJ are Available, Am49:06:1p09

Ballot for Officers, Am64:03:1pA

Become A Go Master!; Ishi Press, Am49:21:2p33, Am49:21:3p33, Am49:21:4p49

Boards and Stones; Zen, Am49:13:3p04, Am49:13:4,5,6p19, Am49:14:1p15, Am49:14:2p13, Am49:14:3p17, Am49:14:4p06, Am49:14:5,6p12, Am49:15:1p12, Am49:15:2,3p27

Books Wanted; Max Barnard, Am49:16:4p15

Calling All Artists; AGA, Am49:25:2,3p32

Calling All Hams! or Wats or TWX! Come In Please!, Am49:11:4p03

Calling All Programmers, Am49:20:3p25

Chinese Jade & Quartz stones; Yotopian, Am49:26:1p33

Collector's Item: AGJ Back Issues; AGA, Am49:09:1p00b

Come Play Go at Coffee Salon "Zen", Am49:11:5p07, Am49:12:1p09, Am49:12:2p23, Am49:12:3,4p17, Am49:12:5,6p20, Am49:13:1p24

Coming In The Next Issue, Am64:06:1p07, Am64:06:2p05

Complete Set of "Go Reviews" For Sale; John Stephenson, Am49:15:1p19, Am49:15:2,3p45

Complete Set of 1974 American Go Journals, Am49:10:1p11

Complete Set of Go Reviews For Sale; John Stephenson, Am49:14:3p07

Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach, Am49:21:3p21, Am49:21:4p13, Am49:22:1p33

Computer Go; Crystalline Creations, Inc, Am49:21:4p39

Computer Go; David Erbach, Am49:21:1p29, Am49:22:2p40

Computer Software; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:28:3p29, Am49:28:4p24, Am49:29:1p45, Am49:29:2p19

Danmaker, Am49:19:4p19, Am49:20:1p17, Am49:20:2p04, Am49:20:3p28, Am49:20:4p08

Danmaker Series, Am49:18:4p31, Am49:19:1p25, Am49:19:2p04

Develop Your Game with 3 New Books From Ishi: "Positional Judgement," "All About Thickness," and "Graded Go Problems," Vol 4; Ishi Press, Am49:23:4p41, Am49:24:1p41, Am49:24:2p41, Am49:24:3p41, Am49:24:4p41, Am49:25:1p41, Am49:25:2,3p73, Am49:25:4p41

Did You Forget? - The 1992 US Go Congress, Am49:26:1p35

Did You Miss...These Valuable Back Issues of AGJ, Am49:21:1p31

Don't Forget To Vote!; AGA, Am49:26:4p03, Am49:27:4p19

Easy Go-ing, Am49:15:4p09, Am49:15:5,6p21, Am49:16:1p33, Am49:16:2p33, Am49:16:3p31, Am49:17:1p33, Am49:17:2p09, Am49:17:3p20, Am49:17:4p10, Am49:18:1p27, Am49:18:2p23, Am49:18:3p26, Am49:18:4p31, Am49:19:3p29, Am49:19:4p21, Am49:20:4p31, Am49:21:4p13

Electronic Go Board, Am49:20:2p07, Am49:20:3p14, Am49:20:4p12, Am49:21:1p10, Am49:21:2p15, Am49:21:3p32, Am49:21:4p13, Am49:22:2p34, Am49:22:3p08, Am49:22:4p37, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p32, Am49:23:3p19, Am49:23:4p31, Am49:24:2p25, Am49:24:3p38

Enlarge Your Asian Horizons with Kyoto Journal, Am49:26:3p33

Equipment, Am49:01:3p45

Escorted China Go Tour, Am49:25:4p25

Essay Contest; None Redmond, Am49:29:2p31

First Release of the Dan Maker Series; Bill Skees, Am49:18:2p04, Am49:18:3p14

For Sale: Books and magnetic set; James Cho, Am49:14:5,6p40, Am49:15:1p17

For Sale: Complete Sets of Go Review Magazine, Am49:13:1p26

For Sale: Out-of-Print Go Books; CR Hutchinson, Am49:18:3p09, Am49:19:4p30, Am49:20:2p23, Am49:20:3p21, Am49:20:4p29, Am49:21:2p28, Am49:21:4p37, Am49:22:1p33, Am49:22:2p08, Am49:22:3p12, Am49:22:4p18

Free $$! (Well, almost free), Am49:29:1p39

French Go Magazine, Am49:14:4p23, Am49:14:5,6p02, Am49:15:4p22

Fuseki Master; Skees Associates, Inc., Am49:21:2p20

Game Analysis; Sen Suzuki, Am49:21:3p32

Games Gallery, Am49:10:2p18

Get Stoned With NEMESIS V5, Am49:25:2,3p00, Am49:27:2p41, Am49:27:3p41, Am49:27:4p41, Am49:28:1p41, Am49:28:2p41, Am49:28:3p41

Get Strong At Invading; Kiseido, Am49:29:2p21

Get Strong At Joseki; Kiseido, Am49:29:2p20

Get the Facts About Go In "The Go Player's Almanac"; Ishi Press, Am49:26:1p41, Am49:26:2p42, Am49:26:3p42, Am49:26:4p42

Go, Am49:12:1p01, Am49:12:2p01, Am49:12:3,4p01, Am49:12:5,6p01, Am49:13:2p01, Am49:13:4,5,6p02, Am49:14:1p01, Am49:14:2p01, Am49:14:3p01, Am49:14:4p01, Am49:15:1p01, Am49:15:2,3p01, Am49:15:4p01, Am49:16:1p01, Am49:16:2p01, Am49:16:3p01, Am49:16:4p01, Am49:17:1p01, Am49:17:2p01, Am49:17:3p01, Am49:17:4p01, Am49:18:1p01, Am49:18:2p01, Am49:18:3p01, Am49:18:4p01, Am49:19:1p01, Am49:19:2p01, Am49:19:3p01, Am49:19:4p01, Am49:20:1p01, Am49:20:2p01, Am49:20:3p01, Am49:20:4p01, Am49:21:1p01, Am49:21:2p01

Go and Education: The Key To The Future, Am49:25:2,3p38

Go Anywhere; Home Planet Software, Am49:24:1p37

Go Board Demonstration Boards; GMI Goboards, Am49:29:2p33

Go Books In English Available Through The AGA, Am49:11:3p02, Am49:12:1p07

Go Camping Norway 1978, Am49:13:2p32

Go Classifications; Bjorn Goldis, Am49:28:4p17, Am49:29:2p35

Go Conference on BBS; The Tank, Am49:22:3p10

Go Equipment; American Go Supply, Am49:08:3p40

Go Equipment; Tokyo Sales Corp., Am49:15:1p10, Am49:15:2,3p41, Am49:15:4p17

Go Instruction with Ron Snyder, Am49:15:4p18

Go Instruction with Ron Synder, Am49:16:1p19, Am49:16:2p11

Go Instruction; Ron Snyder, Am49:15:5,6p06, Am49:16:3p32, Am49:16:4p31

Go Is, Am49:21:3p01, Am49:21:4p01, Am49:22:1p01, Am49:22:2p01, Am49:22:3p01, Am49:22:4p01

Go Journals: Check List and Availability, Am64:06:2p03

Go Lessons by Jimmy Cha, Am49:18:2p23, Am49:18:3p30

Go Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp, Am49:09:2p00b, Am49:09:3p00b

Go Moon, Am49:25:1p17

Go Posters; Roger White, Am49:22:4p14

Go Proverbs From The Real World, Am49:24:4p13

Go Quality sets imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading, Am49:19:4p33, Am49:20:3p33, Am49:20:4p33, Am49:21:1p33

Go Report, Am49:23:1p15

Go Review Notice, Am49:12:1p05

Go Reviews, Am49:09:3p10

Go Reviews Wanted; AGA, Am49:10:2p02

Go Reviews; AGA, Am49:10:3p02, Am49:10:5p01

Go Scribe; Oxbow Research Inc., Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p20

Go The Master Game; Skip Ascheim, Am49:14:3p06

Go With A Pro; Yi-Lun Yang, Am49:28:1p39

Go World 1985; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:19:1p31, Am49:19:2p21

Go World; Ishi Press, Am49:13:1p33, Am49:13:2p33, Am49:13:3p12, Am49:13:4,5,6p27, Am49:14:3p21, Am49:14:4p03, Am49:14:5,6p17, Am49:15:1p23, Am49:15:2,3p13, Am49:15:4p34, Am49:15:5,6p27, Am49:16:1p14, Am49:16:2p21, Am49:16:3p16, Am49:16:4p17, Am49:17:1p33, Am49:17:2p31, Am49:17:3p32, Am49:17:4p05, Am49:18:1p27, Am49:18:2p10, Am49:18:3p23, Am49:18:4p09, Am49:19:4p05

Go World; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:21:4p17

Go: An Asian Paradigum For Business Strategy; Kiseido, Am49:29:2p13

Go: Quality Sets Imported from Japan; Shibumi Trading, Am49:20:2p33

Good Aji, Am49:22:1p40

GoReport, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:2p21

GoTour, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

Great Adult Games Store; Games Gallery, Am49:09:6p14

Have Dan - Will Travel; James Kerwin, Am49:29:2p25

Help and Important, Am64:03:3p02

Help Wanted; AGA, Am49:25:1p35

Help Wanted; Roy Laird, Am49:23:4p13

High And Mid-Kyu Players!!!; Milton Bradley, Am49:25:1p25

How To Start A Go Club; AGA, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:22:4p20, Am49:27:2p18

If You Have A Computer; OPENetwork, Am49:24:1p15, Am49:24:2p33

Igo; Takashimaya, Am49:09:1p18, Am49:09:2p18, Am49:09:3p18, Am49:09:4p00b, Am49:09:5p18, Am49:09:6p18, Am49:10:3p18, Am49:10:5p18, Am49:10:6p18, Am49:11:1p18, Am49:11:2p18, Am49:11:3p18, Am49:11:4p26, Am49:11:5p26, Am49:11:6p26, Am49:12:1p26, Am49:12:2p26, Am49:12:3,4p46, Am49:12:5,6p42, Am49:13:1p34, Am49:13:2p34, Am49:13:3p26

Instant Go Articles by Wilcox; Toyogo, Am49:23:1p37, Am49:23:3p14

Instant Go Starter Kit; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:25:4p17, Am49:26:2p20, Am49:27:2p36

Instant Go; Crystalline Creations, Inc, Am49:21:4p39

Introducing NEMESIS Deluxe; Toyogo, Am49:24:1p20, Am49:24:2p31, Am49:24:3p26, Am49:24:4p27, Am49:25:1p39

Introducing NEMESIS Scribbler; Toyogo, Am49:25:2,3p39, Am49:25:4p35, Am49:26:1p27, Am49:26:2p41, Am49:26:3p41, Am49:26:4p41, Am49:27:1p41

Introducing OR-GO, Am49:27:4p35, Am49:28:1p27, Am49:28:2p19, Am49:28:3p14

Ishi Press COSMOS; Ishi Press, Am49:23:1p41

Iwamoto Stop Over, Am49:10:4p03

James Kerwin Professional 1-Dan, Am49:24:1p32, Am49:24:2p21, Am49:24:3p06, Am49:24:4p09, Am49:25:1p38, Am49:25:2,3p65, Am49:25:4p25, Am49:26:1p17, Am49:26:2p25, Am49:26:3p17, Am49:26:4p30, Am49:27:3p29, Am49:27:4p15

James Kerwin: Improve Your Play with Go Lessons, Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p20

Janice Kim Commentary by Mail, Am49:22:1p40, Am49:22:2p34, Am49:22:3p27, Am49:22:4p35, Am49:23:1p30

Join The AGA Honor Roll, Am49:29:2p40

Join The AGA Honor Roll!, Am49:25:4p18, Am49:26:1p13, Am49:26:2p11, Am49:26:4p17, Am49:27:1p38, Am49:27:2p23, Am49:27:3p24, Am49:27:4p37, Am49:28:1p07, Am49:28:2p17, Am49:28:4p19, Am49:29:1p21

Jujo On Learning Go, Am49:26:2p31, Am49:26:3p22

June Special "Graded Go Problems"; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:21:2p32

Just Say Go!; The Sierra Network, Am49:26:3p09

Kido, Am49:04:4p63


Killer of Go; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:28:4p25, Am49:29:1p35

Learn Go By Mail!; The American Go Institute, Am49:25:1p19

Learn Go From the North American Champion! COSMOS; Ishi Press, Am49:22:3p41

Learn Go From the North American North American Champion! COSMOS; Ishi Press, Am49:22:4p41

Learn To Play Go Volume II; Good Move Press, Am49:29:2p41

Let's Go, Am49:21:1p19, Am49:21:4p35

Let's Go, Let's Go Master; The Tank, Am49:21:2p23, Am49:22:1p33

Let's Go; The Tank, Am49:21:3p12

List of Publications Available Through AGA, Am49:14:4p13, Am49:14:5,6p03, Am49:15:1p22, Am49:16:4p14

Mail Order; Tokyo Sales Corp, Am49:09:4p18, Am49:09:5p00b, Am49:09:6p00b, Am49:10:1p00b, Am49:10:2p00b, Am49:10:3p00b, Am49:10:4p00b, Am49:10:5p00b, Am49:10:6p00b, Am49:11:1p00b, Am49:11:2p00b, Am49:11:3p00b, Am49:11:4p00b, Am49:11:5p00b, Am49:11:6p00b, Am49:12:1p00b, Am49:12:2p00b, Am49:12:3,4p00b, Am49:12:5,6p00b, Am49:13:1p00b, Am49:13:2p00b, Am49:13:3p00, Am49:13:3p00b, Am49:14:1p00b, Am49:14:2p00a, Am49:14:3p00, Am49:14:4p00, Am49:14:5,6p00a, Am49:15:1p00a, Am49:15:2,3p00, Am49:15:4p00a, Am49:15:5,6p00a, Am49:15:5,6p18, Am49:16:1p00, Am49:16:1p25, Am49:16:2p00a, Am49:16:2p04, Am49:16:3p00, Am49:16:3p17, Am49:16:4p00, Am49:16:4p21, Am49:17:1p00, Am49:17:1p19, Am49:17:2p00, Am49:17:2p18, Am49:17:3p00b, Am49:17:3p21, Am49:17:4p00, Am49:17:4p24, Am49:18:1p00, Am49:18:1p14, Am49:18:2p00, Am49:18:2p24, Am49:18:3p00, Am49:18:3p00, Am49:18:3p13, Am49:19:1p00, Am49:19:2p00, Am49:19:3p00

Manhattan Go Club!, Am49:15:5,6p33, Am49:16:1p33, Am49:16:2p33, Am49:16:3p31

Master Go Game, Am49:17:2p33, Am49:17:3p33, Am49:17:4p33, Am49:18:1p33, Am49:18:2p33, Am49:18:3p33, Am49:18:4p33, Am49:19:1p33, Am49:19:2p33, Am49:19:3p33

Meet The Mind Benders in Games & Puzzles, Am49:10:4p17

Memorial donations can be sent to:, Am49:27:1p05

More Supply Sources, Am64:06:3p05

National Go Society, Am49:18:2p32, Am49:18:3p32, Am49:18:4p32, Am49:19:1p32, Am49:19:2p32, Am49:19:3p32, Am49:19:4p00, Am49:20:1p00, Am49:20:2p00, Am49:20:3p00, Am49:20:4p00, Am49:21:1p00, Am49:21:2p00, Am49:21:3p00, Am49:21:4p00, Am49:22:1p00, Am49:22:2p00, Am49:22:3p00

NEMESIS, Am49:29:2p00.1

NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo, Am49:24:1p00, Am49:24:2p00, Am49:24:3p00, Am49:24:4p00, Am49:25:1p00, Am49:25:4p00, Am49:26:1p00, Am49:26:2p00, Am49:26:3p00, Am49:26:4p00, Am49:27:1p00

NEMESIS...The Go Master; Crystalline Creations, Inc, Am49:21:1p19, Am49:21:2p29, Am49:21:3p22, Am49:21:4p38

NEMESIS...the Go Master; Toyogo, Am49:22:1p24, Am49:22:2p22, Am49:22:3p36, Am49:22:4p26

NEMESIS...the Joseki Tutor; Toyogo, Am49:22:1p24, Am49:22:2p23, Am49:22:3p37, Am49:22:4p27

New Books; AGA, Am49:09:4p17

New Digital Go Clock - Chronos, Am49:27:2p19, Am49:27:3p00, Am49:27:4p00, Am49:28:1p00, Am49:28:2p00, Am49:28:3p00, Am49:28:4p00, Am49:29:1p00

Next Issue; AGA, Am49:24:4p39, Am49:27:2p3533

Notice - Mr Jiang's July redwood mountain go retreat..., Am49:26:1p21

Now You Can't Afford To Miss The Best Go Games in the World!; Ishi Press, Am49:20:4p32

Official AGA T-Shirts, Am49:12:3,4p07, Am49:12:5,6p20, Am49:13:1p15, Am49:13:2p06, Am49:14:5,6p23, Am49:15:1p06

Official Rules and Equipment of the Ing Cup International Go Tournament; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:24:1p35, Am49:24:2p39

Old Back Issues of "Go Review" Now Available; AGA, Am49:13:4,5,6p51, Am49:14:2p24

One-Piece Tabletop Goban; Games Gallery, Am49:10:1p15

OPENETWORK, Am49:26:4p07

OR-GO, Am49:28:4p41

Pass Out; AGA, Am49:27:2p33

Play By The Rules - The New AGA Simplified Rules of Go; AGA, Am49:25:2,3p53

Play Go In A Rarefied Atmosphere, Am49:21:1p19

Play The Honest Move - Come To The 10th US Go Congress - Washington DC, August 6-14, Am49:27:4p20, Am49:28:1p05, Am49:28:2p13

Posters, Am49:22:3p39

Prepare to meet your NEMESIS; Toyogo, Am49:23:1p00, Am49:23:2p00, Am49:23:3p00, Am49:23:4p00, Am49:23:4p34

Promote Yourself!; Roger White, Am49:27:2p38

Publications Available Through the American Go Association, Am64:02:3p04

Redmond's Go Camp, Am49:25:4p17

Request For Proposals - The American Go Foundation, Am49:28:4p37

Sabaki Go Club, Am49:14:3p07

Sabaki Go Company, Am49:14:2p05, Am49:14:4p05, Am49:14:5,6p32, Am49:15:1p17, Am49:15:2,3p16, Am49:15:5,6p33, Am49:16:1p33, Am49:16:2p33, Am49:16:3p32, Am49:16:4p32, Am49:17:1p15, Am49:17:2p17, Am49:17:3p17, Am49:17:4p26, Am49:18:1p09, Am49:18:2p23, Am49:18:3p23, Am49:18:4p25, Am49:21:1p29, Am49:21:3p09

Send the Gift of Go - 1986 Ranka Yearbook; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:20:4p12

Serving Go Players in America; Ishi Press, Am49:21:1p32

Skilled In Photography?; AGA, Am49:10:4p03

Smart Game Board; Anders Kierulf, Am49:23:4p27, Am49:24:1p18, Am49:24:2p23, Am49:24:3p38, Am49:24:4p09, Am49:25:1p32, Am49:25:2,3p49, Am49:25:4p31

Smart Go Board; Anders Kierulf, Am49:22:3p34, Am49:23:1p17, Am49:23:2p33, Am49:23:3p32

Special Sale - Back Issues, Am49:26:1p1918, Am49:26:2p37, Am49:27:1p15

Star of Poland is the strongest, Am49:24:1p15, Am49:24:2p33, Am49:24:4p11, Am49:25:1p09

Star Of Poland; OPENetwork, Am49:23:1p18, Am49:23:2p34, Am49:23:3p24, Am49:23:4p06

Star of Poland; The Tank, Inc, Am49:22:2p40

Strongest Go Playing Program in the World: 1992 Computer Go World Champion, Go Intellect, Am49:27:1p36

Subscribe To "Go World"; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:20:1p27, Am49:20:2p26, Am49:20:3p20

Subscribe to "Mangajin", Am49:25:1p09, Am49:25:4p13, Am49:26:1p10, Am49:27:2p36

Subscription Renewal, Am64:02:6p01, Am64:03:1pA

Swiss Explorer; Anders Kierulf, Am49:23:4p27

Takagawa Film Now Available, Am49:12:5,6p20, Am49:13:2p06

Takagawa Film Now Available to Clubs, Am49:12:3,4p07

Teachers Wanted; AGA, Am49:28:4p37

Tele-Tsuke, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

Tele-Tsuke Lets You Take on the World, Am49:20:3p18, Am49:20:4p05

Tele-Tsuke; AGA, Am49:21:1p29, Am49:22:4p29

The 1991 US Women's Championship, Am49:25:1p27

The 1992 US Go Congress, August 1-9, Salem, Oregon, Am49:25:4p23

The AGA Honor Roll, Am49:24:2p30, Am49:24:3p40, Am49:24:4p40, Am49:25:1p40, Am49:25:2,3p72, Am49:25:4p40, Am49:26:1p40, Am49:26:2p40, Am49:26:3p40, Am49:26:4p40, Am49:27:1p40, Am49:27:2p40, Am49:27:3p40, Am49:27:4p40, Am49:28:1p40, Am49:28:2p40, Am49:28:3p25, Am49:28:4p40, Am49:29:1p48

The American Go Association - Go Boards, Am49:01:1p07

The American Go Foundation; Roger White, Am49:25:4p15, Am49:26:1p34, Am49:26:2p15, Am49:26:3p17

The American Go Institute, Am49:22:2p34, Am49:22:3p27, Am49:22:4p35, Am49:23:1p33, Am49:24:2p35, Am49:24:4p33, Am49:25:2,3p67, Am49:25:4p11, Am49:26:1p10, Am49:26:2p20, Am49:26:3p39, Am49:26:4p09

The American Go Institute; Yi-len Yang 6-dan, Am49:22:1p40

The American Go Journal; AGA, Am49:28:4p15

The Brooklyn Go Club, Am49:24:1p15, Am49:24:2p33

The Cheapest Professional Quality Stones in the World!; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:27:4p10, Am49:28:1p21, Am49:28:2p18, Am49:28:3p30, Am49:28:4p15, Am49:29:1p11

The Games of Go Seigen; Mark Hall, Am49:27:2p39, Am49:27:4p09, Am49:28:1p13

The Ideal Beginner's Book; Milton Bradley, Am49:24:4p36

The Las Vegas Open, Am49:25:1p15

The Many Faces of Go Version 9.0; Ishi Press, Am49:29:2p42

The Ninth US Go Congress, August 7-15, 1993, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA; AGA, Am49:27:1p21

The Original Smart Go Board, Am49:22:4p37

The Way To Go, Am49:20:4p07, Am49:22:3p39, Am49:23:1p15, Am49:23:2p21

The Way To Go; AGA, Am49:22:1p23, Am49:22:4p14

The Way To Go; Phil Straus, Am49:21:1p29

This Summer... a Go tour!, Am49:09:3p11

This Year Give Go - A Christmas Tesuji; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:19:4p09

Three Contests, Am49:29:1p05

Tired of Western Style; New York Go Institute, Am49:28:4p15

Top Quality Equipment From All Over Asia; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:24:3p33, Am49:24:4p33, Am49:25:1p21

Top Quality Go Equipment From The Orient; Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:23:3p16, Am49:23:4p40

Traditional Elegance: Harmony in Wood, Shell and Stone; Ishi Press, Am49:23:2p41, Am49:23:3p41

Two New Books: "The Power of the Star Point" and "The Magic of Go"; Ishi Press, Am49:22:2p40

U.S. Go Congress '95, Am49:29:1p09, Am49:29:2p07

U.S. Go Congress 86, Am49:20:1p26

Vital Statistics, Am49:21:4p45

Wanted To Buy: Out of print Go Books; Anton Ninno, Am49:11:4p03


Wanted To Buy; Anton Ninno, Am49:11:6p05

Wanted/For Sale, Am49:12:1p07, Am49:12:3,4p25

Wanted/For Sale; Anton Ninno, Empty Sky Go Club, Am49:13:3p09, Am49:14:2p16, Am49:15:4p25

Wanted: "Invincible: The Games of Shusaku" by John Power; Eric, Am49:28:2p05

Wanted: $100,000 for NEMESIS Igo Dojo; Toyogo, Am49:22:3p37

Wanted: Someone To Produce "The American Go Journal" within the Current Budget, Am49:13:2p03

Wanted: The Vital Points of Go and Go Proverbs Illustrated; Sabaki Go Company, Am49:15:5,6p19

We Are OpeNetwork; The Tank, Am49:22:4p14

We Need Your Help; AGA, Am49:24:3p39

What's New in New York?; Games Gallery, Am49:09:5p13

World Champion Program - Go Intellect, Am49:26:4p31

World Class Program - Go Intellect, Am49:27:3p21

World Youth Wei Chi Championship, Am49:25:4p19

Xanadu Books Last Remaining "Invinciple", Am49:23:2p39, Am49:23:3p34

Xanadu Bookstore All English Language Go Books in Print, Am49:24:1p35, Am49:24:2p40, Am49:24:3p24, Am49:24:4p17, Am49:25:1p36, Am49:25:2,3p43, Am49:25:4p34, Am49:26:1p31

Yi-lun Yang - Learn Go By Mail, Am49:27:3p09

Your Best Move This Year: The US Go Congress, Am49:27:1p11

Yutopian Enterprises, Am49:25:2,3p49, Am49:25:4p29, Am49:26:2p19, Am49:26:3p28, Am49:26:4p18, Am49:27:2p31, Am49:27:3p04, Am49:27:4p13, Am49:28:1p17, Am49:28:1p37, Am49:28:2p12, Am49:28:2p32

BIOGRAPHIES

A Biographical Note on Go Seigen; Lien-sheng Yang, Am49:04:2p17

Biography of Professor Ralph Fox, Am64:03:1p03

Biography of Takao Matsuda Six dan, Am64:02:6p04

Jimmy Cha: America's Unknown Pro; Bob Terry, Am49:17:2p08

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

A Selected Bibliography of Currently Available Go Books, Am49:13:4,5,6p28

AGA Archive To Be Catalogued, Am49:29:2p05

BOOK REVIEWS

A Go Primer; Gilbert W. Rosenthal, Am49:01:2p32

A New Way To Go, Am49:22:4p15

And In English Too!, "The Canadian Go Review", and "The British Go Journal", Am49:21:4p45

Attack and Defense, A Book Review; Roy Laird, Am49:15:4p18

Book Review "Graded Go Problems for Beginners", Am49:19:4p32

British Go Association Publishes Go Songbook, Am49:23:2p07

Computer Games I & II, Am49:23:1p07

Go Books in English, Am64:04:1p07

Go Moon, Am49:22:4p15

Go Proverbs; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p28

Graded Go Problems for Beginners, Book Review, Am49:19:3p05

In Print, Am49:22:4p15

Mathematical Go "Mathematical Go: Chilling Gets the Last Point", Am49:28:2p04

More Books From Ishi Press, Am64:04:1p07

New Books on Go in English: "Life or Death," Yasanaga's Best Ten Games, Am64:07:1p03

New Books: "The 1971 Honinbo Tournament," "Go For Beginners," "The Master of Go", Am64:06:3p05

New Go Book In English "Modern Joseki and Fuseki"; Richard Bozulich, Am64:02:4p02

New Translation Handicap Go By Bruno Ruger, Bu36:01:1p01b

One By Ishida: "All About Thickness", Am49:25:2,3p07

Reducing Territorial Frameworks, Book Review; Wynne Evans, Am49:21:2p24

Review: "Enclosure Josekis: Attacking and Defending the Corner", Am49:18:1p19

Shibumi; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p31

The Game of Wei Chi, Book Review, Am49:20:3p07

The Magic of Go, Am49:22:4p15

The Power Of The Star Point, Book Review, Am49:22:4p16

The Second Book of Go, Book Review, Am49:21:4p36

Two By Cho Chikun: "Positional Judgement" and "The 3-3 Point: Modern Opening Stragegy", Am49:25:2,3p07

Two New Go Books "Modern Joseki & Fuseki, Vol 1" and "Basic Techniques of Go"; R.M. Ryder, Am64:03:2p04

CHUBAN

Base Positions; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:1p14

Invasion of Border Territories Part 1; Kajiwara 6 Dan, Am49:03:3p33

Invasion of Border Territories Part 2; Kajiwara 6 Dan, Am49:03:4p56

Invasion of Border Territories Part 3; Kajiwara 6 Dan, Am49:04:2p19

Keshi and Uchikomi; Kaoru Iwamoto, Translation T. Ogoshi, Edited by Roger Newlander, Am49:16:1p28, Am49:16:2p29, Am49:16:3p12, Am49:16:4p24, Am49:17:1p23, Am49:17:2p25, Am49:17:3p22, Am49:17:4p25, Am49:18:1p28, Am49:18:2p25, Am49:18:3p20, Am49:18:4p26, Am49:19:1p28, Am49:19:2p22, Am49:19:3p30, Am49:20:1p27, Am49:20:2p30, Am49:20:3p29, Am49:21:1p14, Am49:21:2p25, Am49:21:3p27, Am49:22:1p27, Am49:22:2p29, Am49:22:4p29

Raising Your Strength Part 1: Extensions and Connections, Am49:06:1p10

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 2; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:06:2p18

The Cause of Victory; The Cause of Defeat; Ota Kiyomichi, Am49:17:2p19

The Invasion of Enemy Territory; Bruno Ruger, Translated by Elizabeth Morris, Am49:02:1p06

This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 1); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:27:2p20

This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 2); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:27:3p20

This is Go The Natural Way! (Part 3); Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:27:4p16

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 4; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:1p32

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 5; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:2p28

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 6; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:3p26

This is Go The Natural Way! Part 7; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:29:1p36

CLUBS

AGA Contact List, Am49:12:2p11

American Chapters of the Nippon Kiin, Am49:08:1p13

Announcements: Pullman/Moscow Go Club, Michigan State University, Indiana University, Am49:10:3p02

Another Go Club Springs to Life, Am49:18:3p25

Argentine Go Association Formed, Am64:05:3p06

Baltimore Go Club News; Warren Litt and Jim Pickett, Am49:15:4p14

Carlton Chess and Go Club, Am64:03:3p05

Chinatown Go Club Finds New Quarters, Am49:18:3p04

Cleveland's Carlson Open, Am49:20:3p26

Club Bulletin Board: Indiana University, Dallas County, New Mexico, The Penn, Am49:12:1p08

Club Charters and Rank Diplomas, Am49:11:4p05

Club Corrections, Am49:18:3p04

Club Notices: Gilbert W. Rosenthal Memorial Go Club, Dallas County Go Circle, Zen; Terry Benson, Am49:13:1p32

Club Notices: Los Angeles Seinan-Go Kaisho, Los Angeles Korean Go Club, Fairfax VA George Mason Go Group, Am49:14:4p03

Club Notices: New Portland, Atlanta, Kansas University, Brigham Young, Massachusetts, Boulder, Chicago, Baltimore, Whichita State University, Northern Virginia,, Am49:13:3p07

Club Notices: Pullman/Moscow, San Diego Report, Friday Night Go in Washington, Long Beach Contact, Go In Queens, New Philadelphia Go Contact, Am49:13:2p18

Club Notices: Washington DC, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Chicago, Am49:13:4,5,6p36

Clubs: Michigan State, Massachusetts, Oregon, London, Am49:10:2p02

Go at Litton Industries, Am49:18:2p29

Go Club Activities; Kansas City, Michigan State, New York, Am49:15:1p03

Go Club Notes: Cleveland Go Club Moves to Case-Western Reserve University, Am64:05:2p04

Go Club Notes: Cleveland, San Francisco, Chicago, Am64:05:3p07

Go Club Profiles - New York State Open Championships, Am64:02:3p05

Go Club Profiles: Atlanta, Goose Hollow, Greater Washington, Lakers, Montreal, Purdue University, Stanford University, University of Wisconsin, Am64:01:2p03

Go Club Profiles: Berkley, Hawaii Kiin, New York, New York City, Portland, Princeton, Am64:01:3p02

Go Club Profiles: Cleveland, Denver, New Jersey, San Francisco, Massachusetts, Seattle, Am64:01:1p02

Go Club Profiles: La Jolla Go Club, Am64:02:2p01

Go Club Profiles: Massachusetts, Holmdel, Whippany, Am64:02:1p01

Go Club Profiles: Pasadena, Chicago, Morgantown, San Francisco, Am64:02:6p10

Go Club Profiles: Rafu Kiin, Seinan Go Kaisha, Pasadena, Santa Barbara, Gardena, Monterey, Virginia, Univac, Greater Washington, Montreal, Ann Arbor, Chicago Me, Am64:02:3p02

Go Club Profiles: Stanford, Japanese Language Speaking Association, Univac, Montreal, New York, Greater Hartford, Am64:02:4p07

Go Clubs in North America: (60 Clubs listed), Am64:06:2p05

Go Clubs in North America: Additions, Am64:07:1p03, Am64:07:2p06

Go Clubs in North America: Additions & Corrections, Am64:06:3p06

Go Clubs: Canada, Argentina, Chicago, Cleveland, Murray Hill, Am64:06:1p06

Go Clubs: Detroit, South New Jersey, Harvey Mudd College, Minneapolis, Am64:05:1p07

Go Clubs: New Mexico, Albuquerque, Maryland, Minnesota, Am64:05:2p04

Go Clubs: Penn. State Open, Pacific Open Coming in August, Fairfield County Go Club, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Uchikomi, Oklahoma City, Cal Poly, Jamaica, Tri, Am49:09:4p01

Go Day in San Francisco; Bob Hamilton, Am49:19:2p06

Go in California, Cleveland, Portland, Florida, Penn State, Tucson, Am49:15:2,3p04

Go in California, Pennsylvania, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal, Texas, Washington, Maryland, Am49:14:1p19

Go in Californina, Am49:18:2p21

Go in Canada, Am49:18:2p10

Go in Cleveland, Am49:17:2p13

Go in Columbus, Am49:17:3p19

Go in Dallas, Am49:15:4p33

Go in Iowa, Am49:17:1p21

Go in Israel, Am49:20:1p09

Go in Kansas City, Am49:17:3p27

Go in Los Angeles, Am49:16:3p10, Am49:17:2p24

Go in Maryland, Am49:17:3p17

Go in New York, Am49:19:2p03, Am49:20:1p24

Go in North Carolina, Am49:17:1p13

Go in North Texas, Am49:21:1p25

Go in Ohio, Am49:17:1p09

Go in Ottawa, Santa Rosa, Illinois, Am49:17:3p28

Go in Pennsylvania, Am49:15:5,6p19

Go in River City, Kansas City, Syracuse, Am49:17:1p28

Go in Sacramento, Chicago, Am49:17:3p11

Go in San Francisco, Am49:20:1p09

Go in Seattle, Am49:20:1p13

Go in Sonoma County, Am49:17:1p27

Go in Tennessee, Am49:15:4p33

Go in Washington State, Minnesota, Am49:17:1p11

Go in Wisconsin, Am49:18:2p27

Go Retreat in Canada, Am49:20:1p25

Goings On, Am49:17:4p19

Hopewell Go Club, Am64:03:3p05

La Jolla Go Club, Am64:04:1p08

List of U.S. & Canadian Go Clubs, Am49:12:3,4p22

Lllra Go Club, Am49:15:4p26

Lost and Missing Go Clubs, Am64:02:2p01

Manhattan Go Club Moves Up The West Side, Am49:18:3p04

Massachusetts Go Association Seeks Full-Time Meeting Place, Am49:13:1p03

New York Kyus Up, Am49:20:3p27

Official Chapter Status, Am49:15:1p04, Am49:16:2p09, Am49:16:3p22

Places: Go In Los Angeles, Tokyo, Am49:18:4p04

Soup's On In Baltimore, Am49:20:3p26

Syracuse University Go Club, Am49:11:4p06

Tentative AGA Chapter Roster, Am49:09:6p06

Tuesday Beginner's Tournament in San Francisco, Am49:20:3p27

Vintage Go In Winery, Am49:18:4p05

Virginia Commonwealth University Go Club, Am49:11:4p06

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

1986 Computer Congress, Am49:20:4p04

Anders Kierulf's Smart Go Board; Dave Erbach, Am49:22:2p18

Attention All Programmers, Am49:20:2p03

Computer Go - An International Newsletter; David Erbach, Am49:21:2p23

Computer Workshop at the European Go Congress, Am49:20:2p07

Mr. Ing's Computer Competition, Am49:19:4p08

NEMESIS - 15 Kyu and Counting, Am49:21:3p05

NEMESIS In Taipei, Am49:20:1p08

NEMESIS Is Here! - Finally! A Computer Program That Really Plays; Tracy Wall, Am49:19:1p05

NEMESIS? He's The One Not Eating a Sandwich; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:19:2p14

NovaNet Go Project; Dietrich Schussel, Am49:26:3p12

Software Reviews; Bob High, Am49:24:4p34

The First Ing Computer Go Championships; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:20:2p24

The International Computer Go Forum; David Erbach, Am49:20:4p08

COMPUTER THEORY

A Target For The Machines?; Dave Erbach, Am49:14:2p24

AGA Works with Computer Network, Am49:19:1p03

Computer Go Bibliography; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:14:5,6p40

Computer Go: Part 5; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:18:3p24

Computer Go; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:13:4,5,6p44, Am49:14:5,6p23

Computers and Go; Terry Benson, Am49:14:1p06

EDITORIALS

A Matter of Responsibility, Am49:16:1p03

About Volume Six, Am49:06:1p02

An Apology From the Editor; Terry Benson, Am49:13:4,5,6p01

Editorial, Am49:02:3p37, Am49:09:1p03, Am49:09:3p03

Editorial; J. Stephenson, Am49:09:2p03

Editorial; John Stephenson, Am49:11:4p01

Editorial; Roy Laird, Am49:21:4p03

Go Perspective Still Unborn or Still Born; Terry Benson, Am49:13:1p32

In The Beginning; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:17:3p03

My Corner: Editorial and Autobiography; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p06

My Corner: Editorial; Terry Benson, Am49:11:5p01, Am49:11:6p01, Am49:12:1p05, Am49:12:3,4p03

My Corner: Go and Money; Roy Laird, Am49:24:1p03

My Corner; Roy Laird, Am49:18:4p03, Am49:19:3p03, Am49:22:1p03, Am49:22:2p03, Am49:23:2p03

My Corner; Terry Benson, Am49:14:5,6p01, Am49:17:3p03, Am49:18:2p04


Passing The Torch; Terry Benson, Am49:15:5,6p01

Views: The Goplayer's Guide to the AGJ; Kenneth Koester, Am49:17:4p03

Views; Ken Koester, Am49:18:1p03

ERRATA

A Professional Apology, Am49:15:5,6p08

A Small Keshi of Last Issue (Correction v16:4), Am49:17:1p32

Correction to "Natural Go" Part 3; Takemiya Masaki, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:28:1p37

Correction to diagram v07:4p51, Am49:08:1p06

Correction to Igo Shareware Credits, Am49:29:2p05

Correction to Photo v10:1, Am49:10:2p02

Corrections: Last Year's Congress Issue, Am49:21:4p05

Corrections: Life & Death from A to Z, Am49:22:3p12

Corrections: Ted Drange small boards, Am49:20:2p29

Dept. of Corrections, Am49:23:2p07

Errata "The Game of Go", Am49:02:4p59

Errata (v3:2p24), Am49:03:4p51

Errata AGJ 22:1: News, Masterpieces of Handicap Go, Kim's Killers, Am49:22:2p08

Errata Ja54v02:6p45, Ja54:03:1p08

Errata v01:1p3,p11, Am49:04:2p18

Erratum v06:1p10, Am49:06:3p46

Oops! Photos v20:4p14-15, Am49:21:1p22

Problem Correction; G.W. Rosenthal, Am49:01:3p48

What A Difference A Year Makes, Am49:15:2,3p04

FUSEKI

A Study In Non-Handicap Opening Play, Ja54:03:1p04

Diabolical Handicap Play; Yamabe Toshiro, Translation Bob Terry, Am49:18:4p08

Does Hoshi Cry? Part 1; Kajiwara, Am49:09:3p04

Does Hoshi Cry? Part 2; Kajiwara, Am49:09:4p08

Does Hoshi Cry? Part 3; Kajiwara, Am49:09:5p04

Eight Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:05:2p22

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 01; Honinbo Shusai, Translated by Masao Dodo, Edited by LF Hartman, WD Witt and Max Steinbook, Am49:01:2p24

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 02; Honinbo Shusai, Translated by Masao Dodo, Edited by LF Hartman, WD Witt and Max Steinbook, Am49:01:3p39

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 03; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:01:4p55

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 04; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:1p07

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 05; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:2p28

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 06 & 07; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:3p42

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 08 & 09; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:02:4p51

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 10 & 11; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:1p06

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 12, 13 & 14; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:2p26

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 15 & 16; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:3p44

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 17; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:03:4p61

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 18 & 19; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:04:1p14

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 20; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:04:2p24

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 21; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:05:1p14

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 22; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:05:2p19

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 23 & 24; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:05:4p58

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 25; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:06:1p06

Even Game Fuseki Studies Part 26; Honinbo Shusai, Am49:06:3p47

Five Stone Fuseki Study By Iwamoto; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:4p56

Five Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:04:2p22

Fuseki Study, Am49:25:1p34

Fuseki: Toward Becoming Shodan; Hashimoto Shoji, Translated by Dennis Waggoner, Am49:17:1p16

Getting The Most Out Of The Opening Part 1; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:20:3p19

Getting the Most Out of the Opening Part 2; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:20:4p25

Getting the Most Out of the Opening Part 3; Ohira Shuzo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:21:1p16

Guerrilla Tactics For Beginners; Bob Terry, Am49:19:4p22

Handicap Fuseki; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:4p54

How To Play Handicap Go (Part 1); James Kerwin, Am49:26:3p29

How To Play Handicap Go (Part 2); James Kerwin, Am49:26:4p28

How To Play Handicap Go: Part 3; James Kerwin, Am49:27:3p25

How To Play Handicap Go: Part 4; James Kerwin, Am49:27:4p11

How To Play Handicap Go: Part 5; James Kerwin, Am49:28:3p32

Kitani: Go and I; Bob Myers, Am49:14:5,6p13

Kitani: Go and I; Boy Myers, Am49:15:2,3p25, Am49:15:4p31

Let's Change Our Way of Thinking; Miyamoto Yoshihisa, Am49:12:3,4p18

Nine Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:02:4p49

Nine Stone New Fuseki; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:3p33

Popular Openings; Jeong Soo Hyun, Translated by Kim Kae-yool, edited by Wynne Evans, Am49:21:3p10

Principles of Opening Strategy: How To Play Along the Side; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:07:1,2p01

Questions Of Fuseki; Shimoda, Am49:09:3p12

Raising Your Strength Part 2: Forming Territory, Am49:06:2p26

Seven Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:03:1p11

Shin Fuseki - Nature of the Corner (Igo Gairon); Translated by Nogami Akirei of Tokyo and edited by John L. Bauer, Am49:01:1p08

Sketching Out the Game; Kobayashi Chizu, Am49:19:2p18

Takagawa on Profit and Influence; Bob Terry, Am49:18:1p20

The Five Worst Moves in 1985; Kageyama Toshiro, Translation Terry Gallagher, Am49:20:1p12

The Power of A 9-Stone Handcap; Don Wiener, Am49:16:2p18

The Preparation & Use of Thickness in a Two Stone Game, Am49:14:5,6p18

The Suzuki Method for Five Stone Games, Am49:14:5,6p20

The Vivisection of an Opening, Am49:17:3p28, Am49:17:4p19

Three Stone Handicap Opening; Bruno Ruger, Am49:04:3p42

Two Seven Stone Fuseki Studies; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:4p55

Two Stone Handicap Fuseki Part 1; Minoru Kitani, Am49:06:3p35

Two Stone Handicap Fuseki Part 2; Minoru Kitani, Am49:06:4p49

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 3; Minoru Kitani, Am49:07:3p42

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 5; Minoru Kitani, Am49:08:3p41

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 6; Minoru Kitani, Am49:08:4p58

GAMES

1954 Honinbo Title Match Game; W:Sugiuchi, B:Honinbo Shukaku, Am49:05:4p52

1970 North American Honinbo Championship Game; Takao Matsuda, Am64:05:1p03

1973 Honinbo Title Match; Meijin Rin Kaiho vs Honinbo Ishida, Am49:11:4p20

1976 Mejin Title Match Game 3, Am49:12:1p09

1976 North American Honinbo Finals, Am49:12:3,4p08

1977 American Honinbo Championship Match, Am49:13:2p10

1977 Eastern Honinbo Tournament Championship Game, Am49:12:5,6p04

1977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match, Am49:16:1p18

1977 Kido Sponsored Rivals Match; Bob Terry, Am49:15:5,6p19, Am49:16:3p24

1977 Kisei Tournament Game; Bob Terry, Am49:15:5,6p09

1977 New Player Event Game, Am49:16:2p06

1978 U.S. Championship Match, Am49:14:1p07

1978 U.S. Eastern Go Championship, Am49:13:4,5,6p10

1979 World Amateur Championship, Am49:14:4p21

1981 Honinbo League, Am49:17:4p12

1981 Maryland Open, Am49:16:3p08

1985 U.S. Championship Match Game 1, Am49:20:1p26

1987 U.S. Championships, Am49:22:1p13

1988 U.S. Championship Title Game, Am49:22:3p27

1993 Fujitsu Qualifying Tournament - Three Michael Redmond Games, Am49:28:1p14

21st Amateur Honinbo Title, Am49:11:6p14

24th NHK Cup Title Match, Am49:12:3,4p12

2nd Annual Tengen Tournament, Best of 5, Game 2, Am49:16:4p16

4-Stone Handicap Game, Am49:15:2,3p36

4-Stone Handicap Game; Fujisawa Shuko 9D vs Inaba 6d, Am49:12:3,4p26

6th Annual Meijin Tournament Challenger League, Game #6; Bob Terry, Am49:17:1p08

A Battle of Champions, Am49:15:1p18

A Choice Old Masterpiece "The Game In Which Iwata Was Beaten To Death"; Miyazawa Goro, Translated by Tsugio Hattori & Bob McGuigan, Am49:22:3p38

A Fight To The Finish, Am49:21:2p21

A Four Player Game, Ja54:02:6p45

A Game At The Club; Marlon Magpie, Am49:14:3p22

A Game From the 1st World Amateur Championships, Am49:15:4p27

A Game From The European Go Congress, Am49:26:4p19

A Game From the IBM-BTL Go Match, Am64:06:3p08

A Game From The World Youth Championship, Am49:26:4p10

A Kobayashi Teaching Game, Am49:14:5,6p06

A Loss; Terry Benson, Am49:16:1p12

A Match Between Ninth Degree Masters (Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa) Game 1; B:Fujisawa, W:Go Seigen, Am49:03:1p04

A Match Between USA and Europe, Am49:16:2p16

A Rapid Transit Game, Ja54:02:2p12

A Sense of Direction, Am49:15:1p11

A Six Stone Game; Iwamoto, Am49:07:1,2p21

A Teaching Game, Am49:25:2,3p42

Amateur Honinbo Tournament Matsuda vs Kusaka, Am49:08:1p14

Asahi Top Eight Tournament Championship Match, Am49:11:5p11

At the Meijin's Teaching Hall; Fujisawa Shuko, Translated by Bob McGuigan, Am49:21:3p17

Chevalley - Segoe, Ja54:02:6p46

Cho - Go Game, Ja54:02:3p22

Cho Chikun: From Shodan to Superstar; Bob Terry, Am49:18:2p13

Cho Hoon-hyun Meets The New Wave; Badok Magazine, Translated by Janice Kim, Am49:21:2p11

Cho vs Otake: The Long and Winding Road; Bob Terry, Am49:19:2p08

Colonies Repulse British Attack; Roy Laird, Am49:13:4,5,6p42

DAE YOL KIM: Portrait of A Champion; Michael Simon, Am49:27:1p26

East Meets West: A Game From the 1986 World Amateur Go Championship; Ron Snyder, Am49:20:3p13

Eastern Honinbo Finals, Am49:11:6p07

European Go Championship Final Game Record, Am49:11:6p10

Final Game, 1979 PAEWANG Title, Am49:14:4p18

Final Round, Am49:23:4p13

First Game 1976 Meijin Match, Am49:14:5,6p47

First Honinbo Title Match Game 1; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:1p03

First Honinbo Title Match Game 2; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:2p19

First Honinbo Title Match Game 3; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:3p35

First Honinbo Title Match Game 4; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:01:4p52

First Honinbo Title Match Game 5; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Am49:02:1p03

First Honinbo Title Match Game 6; Translated by Frederick Mossner, Edited By Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:2p19

First Kisei Title Series, Am49:12:2p15

First Mejin Game In New York, Am49:21:2p10

First World Youth Super Go Championship: Final Match, Am49:28:1p10

For The Children - James Chen's American Go Institute, Am49:21:3p08

Four Games From "Boot Camp", Am49:26:2p10

Four Handed Game; B:Kitani & Go Seigen, W:Suzuki & Segoshi, Am49:02:4p63

Fujisawa vs Hashimoto, Am49:08:3p37

Fujitsu Cup, Am49:22:2p10

Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Kinsburg, Am49:02:3p37

Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Marseille, Am49:02:3p33

Fukuda Games; W:Fukuda, B:Robert Gillooly, Am49:02:4p54

Game Between Mr. Ichigen Okubo and Takao Matsuda, Am64:07:1p05

Game Supplement, Am49:27:3p22

Gillooly - Kim, Ja54:03:1p05

Gillooly - Segoe, Ja54:02:5p38

Go For Beginners: Professional 9x9 Go Part 1; Richard Hunter, Am49:26:2p32

Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 1, Ja54:01:1p04

Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 2, Ja54:01:1p01

Go Seigen - Hashimoto Match Game 3, Ja54:01:1p05

Go Seigen - Muramatsu Shofu Game, Am49:05:2p28

Go Seigen - Takagawa, Am49:06:3p38

Go Seigen - Takagawa Game 7 of 10, Am49:06:1p03

Go Seigen - Takaqawa Ten-Game Match Game 1, Ja54:02:5p33

Go Seigen - Takaqawa Ten-Game Match Game 2, Ja54:02:6p41

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 02; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:2p24

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 03; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:3p35

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 04; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:4p52

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 05; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:1p10

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 06 & 07; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:2p26

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 08; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:3p40

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 09; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:05:1p03

Go-Sei-Gen - Fujisawa Match Game 10; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:05:2p20

Handicap Teaching Game; Matsumoto 7D vs Hisami Hirano 2k, Am49:10:6p10

Hasegawa - Gillooly Game; W:Hasegawa, B:Gillooly, Am49:05:1p01

Hasegawa - Mukia Game; Translated by Rudolf Aron, Am49:03:2p17

Hashimoto - Fujisawa Game, Ja54:02:3p19

Hashimoto - Iwamoto Game; W:Hashimoto, B:Iwamoto, Am49:05:4p60

Hashimoto vs Sakata, Am49:06:2p23

Hirata - Takagawa Game, Ja54:03:1p01

Historical Game; Hasegawa - Kitani, Am49:09:2p08

Honinbo Shueyi - Tamura (Shusai) Game; W:Shueyi, B:Tamura, Am49:05:4p62

Honinbo Shusai - Go Seigen 1933-34 Game, Am49:04:3p44

Honinbo Shusai - Iwasaki Kenzo Game; Translated by Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:4p58

Honinbo Shusai - Komura 3Dan, Am49:05:2p26

Honinbo Title Match Kitani vs Takagawa, Am49:08:2p23

Hun Takes Fifth at 1985 WAGC, Am49:19:3p06

Ing Chang-Ki World Youth Championship, Am49:27:3p10

Instructional Game (7 Stone), Am49:11:2p13

It Can't Happen?! Third Round of the Second Annual Kisei Title, Am49:12:3,4p28

Iwamoto vs Matsuda, Am49:07:4p55

Iwamoto vs Takagawa, Am49:07:4p60

James Kerwin (W) vs Michael Redmond (B); Yi-Lun Yang 6d & Bradley Jones, Am49:29:2p08

Jimmy Cha vs Janice Kim, Am49:26:1p12

Judan Title Match 2nd Game; Sakata-Hashimoto, Am49:09:3p02

Karigane, Am49:07:4p56

Kerwin Defeats 4-Dan in Oza Tournament, Am49:14:2p07

Kido Sponsored Rivals Match, Am49:17:3p12

Kikuchi - Kano Game, First Game of a Three Game Match, Ja54:02:4p29

Kim Wins U.S. Championship Finals, Am49:15:1p08

Kitani 9-Stone Game, Am49:09:6p03

Kubouchi's Breathtaking Sacrifice Strategy, Am49:17:2p12

Kuwabara - Kikuchi, Ja54:02:2p15

Kyung Kim at the 1980 World Amateur Championship, Am49:15:4p21

Life In B League; Janice Kim, Am49:26:4p32, Am49:29:2p36

Lim vs. Schlemper at the WAGC; Mr. Lim, Am49:22:3p11

Masterpieces of Handicap Go, Am49:21:4p14, Am49:22:1p20, Am49:22:2p12, Am49:22:3p28, Am49:23:1p28, Am49:23:2p27, Am49:23:3p25, Am49:23:4p26, Am49:24:1p33, Am49:24:2p25, Am49:24:3p34, Am49:25:1p28, Am49:25:2,3p52, Am49:25:4p24, Am49:26:1p14, Am49:26:2p21, Am49:26:3p34, Am49:26:4p34, Am49:27:1p22, Am49:27:2p32, Am49:27:3p30, Am49:28:1p28, Am49:28:2p20, Am49:28:3p18, Am49:28:4p26

Masterpieces of Handicap Go; Robert Mc Guigan, Am49:29:2p22

Masubuchi - Elizabeth Morris Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Elizabeth Morris, Am49:04:4p62

Masubuchi - Fox Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Ralph Fox, Am49:05:1p10

Masubuchi - Matsuda Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Takao Matsuda, Am49:04:4p52

Masubuchi - Matusda Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Takao Matsuda, Am49:05:1p06

Masubuchi - Nishiyama Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Katsumi Nishiyama, Am49:05:1p08

Masubuchi - Proujansky Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Arnold Proujansky, Am49:04:4p58

Masubuchi - Sorensen Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Ruth Sorensen, Am49:05:1p12

Masubuchi - Takahashi Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Rokuro Takahashi, Am49:04:4p58

Masubuchi - Takashima Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:4p54

Masubuchi - Taylor Game; W:Tatsuko Masubuchi, B:Scott Taylor, Am49:04:4p56

Match Between Hashimoto and Fujisawa, Ja54:02:1p08

Matsuda - Lee Game, Am49:05:2p17

Matsuhara Wins Western U.S. Go Title; Herb Doughty, Am49:13:4,5,6p11

Matsujiro - Sanchi Game, Am49:05:3p40

McCallister vs Takagawa; RA McCallister, Am49:07:3p46

Menjo Rengo (Partnership Game), Am49:05:4p49

Michael Redmond (W) vs. Jian Hong Wang (B), Am49:28:4p20

Murase Shuho - Honinbo Shueyi Game, Am49:05:3p38

Nakayama at Edinburgh; Andre Moussa, Am49:19:1p18

National (Hon-In-Bo) Championship Match Game 1; Takagawa - Shimamura, Ja54:02:4p25

National (Hon-In-Bo) Championship Match Game 2; Takagawa - Shimamura, Ja54:02:5p36

National Championship Match Game 1; B:Takagawa, W:Sugiuchi, Ja54:01:2p09

National Championship Match Game 2, Ja54:01:2p11

National Championship Match Game 3, Ja54:01:2p13

National Championship Match Game 4, Ja54:02:1p01

National Championship Match Game 6, Ja54:02:1p03

New Jersey Open Tournament Game Commentary; Takao Matsuda, Am49:11:3p06

New York - Philadelphia Kyu Team Telephone Match, Am49:09:2p16

New York State Open, Am49:11:5p14

NHK Semi-Final Games, Am49:12:3,4p16

Nine Stone Game From Masui's Superspeed Improvement Method; Masui 4Dan, Am49:05:3p34

North American Honinbo Title Game, Am49:11:2p02

North American Kyu Championship, Am49:11:2p04

Oki-Go, a four stone game; Miyamoto Naoki, Am49:16:3p18, Am49:16:4p10

On The Enjoyment of Go; Ishiure Noboru, Translated by Robert McGuigan, Am49:20:2p25

Preliminary Hon-In-Bo Tournament Game, Ja54:02:2p09

Pro Best Ten Tournament, Am49:09:4p02

Pro-Amateur Handicap Game (7 Stone); Awaji 6D vs Yamauchi 1k, Am49:11:3p11

Professional 9x9 Go Part 2; Richard Hunter, Am49:28:2p34

Professional Game, Am49:09:1p08, Am49:10:4p05, Am49:10:6p06

Professional Game Commentary; Ohira 9D vs Fujisawa 9D, Am49:11:3p04

Professional Game Records, Am49:11:4p12, Am49:11:5p16, Am49:11:6p13, Am49:12:1p13

Professional Game Review, Am49:11:2p11

Professional Games, Am49:10:2p03, Am49:10:3p11, Am49:10:5p02

Redmond Analysis - Redmond v. Kofoku, Am49:20:1p25

Redmond Analysis - Redmond vs. Kazuhiro, Am49:20:2p13

Redmond Game Jigo in Spite of Himself, Am49:20:1p21

Ryutetsu - Jowa Game; Bruno Ruger, Am49:03:3p38

Sakai vs Matsuda, Am49:08:4p61


Sakata - Takagawa Game, Am49:06:4p51

Sakata vs Takagawa, Am49:07:3p38

Sasada as Students' Champion for 1953, Ja54:01:1p06

Shimamura - Miyashita Game, Ja54:02:3p17

Shusaku - Iwasaki Kenzo Game; Translated by Koshi Takashima, Am49:03:2p23

Special Exhibition Game, Am49:25:2,3p40, Am49:26:3p23

Special Prize Game, Am49:26:3p26

Taiwan Prodigy, Am49:05:3p46

Takagawa - Go Seigen Three Game Match Game 1, Ja54:02:4p28

Takagawa vs Fujisawa, Am49:08:4p49

Takata Gillooly Game; W:Takata, B:Gillooly, Am49:03:4p58

Teaching Game (7 Stone); Hayashi 9D vs Yamamoto 1k, Am49:12:1p15

Tengen ManeGo; Kitani-Go Seigen, Am49:10:1p03

Tenth World Youth Go Championship: Junior Division Final Match, Am49:28:1p11

Tenth World Youth Go Championship: Senior Division Final Match, Am49:28:1p12

The 1983 Eastern Championship Match, Am49:18:3p17

The 1984 U.S. Western Championships, Am49:19:2p13

The 1985 WAC Championship Match, Am49:19:1p10

The 1990 Fujitsu Games, Am49:24:1p21

The 1990 Fujitsu Games; James Kerwin, Am49:24:2p20

The 1991 Fujitsu Games, Am49:24:4p08, Am49:25:1p06

The Final Match, Am49:27:1p11

The Fourth World Youth Wei-chi Championship; Harry Gonshor, Am49:21:4p12

The Fujitsu Final; Michael Redmond, Am49:25:4p10

The Heart Stopping Move of Ishigaya, Am49:22:3p38

The Hiroshima Game; Yonny Cho, Translated by Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:4p17

The Ing Final, Am49:26:3p20

The Kyu Corner: The 7x7 Board; Bill Spight, Am49:12:1p18

The Kyu Corner; Bob Gross 2k vs Don Decourselle 2k, Am49:11:3p14

The Kyu Corner; Michael Brockbank 7k vs Richard Jankowski 8k, Am49:11:5p04

The Kyu Corner; Ron Schmidt 3k vs Raymundo Gutierrez 9k, Am49:11:6p18

The Kyu Corner; Ted Drange 1k vs Ernie Harrison, Am49:11:4p07

The L.A. Kisei Game, Am49:21:2p09

The Professional Eye; Jimmy Cha, Am49:18:1p15

The Second World Women's Amateur Championship, Am49:25:1p26

The Seventh Annual Meijin Sen - Takagawa vs Rin, Am49:22:4p16

The Third Amateur Women's International Go Tournament; Yari Leski, Am49:25:4p14


Three Stone Handicap Game, Ja54:02:1p07

Three Stone Handicap Game; Segoe - Three Amateurs, Ja54:01:2p14

Triple Ko In Miami, Am49:27:4p06

TV Star, Am49:18:4p24

Twenty-First Annual Tournament, Am49:09:2p02

Two Jujo Jiang Games, Am49:28:3p12

Two Stone Handicap Game, Am49:13:4,5,6p52

Two Stone Handicap Game Part 4; Minoru Kitani, Am49:08:2p18

Two Valiant Efforts, Am49:21:1p12

Two Young Lions, Am49:13:4,5,6p29

U.S. Championship Game, Am49:17:3p08

U.S. Contenders Final Match - Game 3, Am49:17:3p09

Unannotated Games 17/11/1670 B:Yasui Sentets, W:Honinbo Dosaku; Translated by Rudolf Aron, Am49:01:2p23

Unannotated Games 1750?, B:Hakugen Honinbo, 8Dan (1727-1754), W:Inseki Inonye, 7Dan (1707-1772); Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:2p31

Unannotated Games 1901, B:Nakagawa Kamesaburo, W:Honinbo Shusai; Rudolf Aron, Am49:01:3p44

Unannotated Games: A Future Meijin (1901, B:Honinbo Shusai, Nakagawa Kamesaburo); Rudolf Aron, Am49:02:1p09

United States Kyu Championship Finals, Am49:12:3,4p08

Upset Victory For A Veteran, Am49:17:2p10

Win One, Lose One - 3rd China-Korea Friendship Tournament in LA Ends In Draw; Bob Terry, Am49:24:2p14

Women's Championship Match Game 1, Ja54:02:6p44

World Amateur Championship Game; Matusda vs Chang, Am49:15:2,3p14

Yasui Senkaku - Honinbo Dochi Game, Am49:05:3p36

Zhu-Jiu Jiang vs. Paul Hu, Am49:26:1p20

HAMETE

Hamete; Maeda, Am49:09:2p12

The High Cost of Swindling; Bob Terry, Am49:18:3p05

HISTORY

A Brief History of the San Francisco Go Club, Am49:10:1p04

Did This Man Teach George Washington To Play Go?; Jaap K. Blom, Am49:21:4p43

Hartman, LF; Witt, WD; Smith, Arthur; Robinson, KD; Lasker, Edward, Am49:01:1p01a

Historical Notes, Am64:03:3p05

History of the Eastern and North American Honinbo Titles, Am49:11:6p06

How The Young Edward Lasker Learned About Go, and How He and the World Chess Champion Nearly Went to Japan to Study Go with the Masters.; Jerald E. Pinto, Am49:16:2p25

The American Go Journal: A Retrospective; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:3p09

The Meijin: An Ancient Lineage, Am49:21:4p10

The San Francisco Go Club - A Brief History of America's Great National Go Treasure; Ernest Brown, Am49:25:1p13

INTERVIEWS

A Chat With Jerry Rogers, Am49:20:1p07

A Man of Many Levels: Les Lanphear; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:18:1p10

A Trip To Nagoya - The 11th World Amateur Go Championship; Chris Kirschner, Am49:23:2p09

A Visit To The American Go Institute; Bob Terry, Am49:23:2p22

An Interview with Ishi Press Founder Richard Bozulich, Am49:23:1p20

Because I Love The Game - Redmond Interview Part 1; Les Lanphear, Am49:20:1p19

Because I Love The Game - Redmond Interview Part 2; Les Lanphear, Am49:20:2p10

Bruce Wilcox Creates Another Nemesis; Roy Laird, Am49:23:2p17

Give It Your Best Effort, an Interview with Phil Straus; Roy Laird, Am49:22:4p19

Go Is, Am49:23:1p01

Good Thinking - An Interview with Zhu-jiu Jiang; Ernest Brown, Am49:25:2,3p36

How To Do Well In The Congress Handicap Tournament; Weak-Kneed Dan, Am49:23:3p40

Jim's Journal: Part 1 - Conversations with Jim Kerwin, Am49:23:2p20

Kobayashi Chizu: A Woman In Go; Susan Long, Am49:19:2p19

My Dream Come True Part 2; Les Lanphear, Am49:18:2p05

Our Newest Professional...New Mexico's Janice Kim, Am49:21:4p34

Strength Through Humility; James Kerwin, Am49:17:4p08

Strength Through Humility; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:17:3p10

The Power of Go; John Power, Am49:21:2p16

The Third Man: an interview with James Davies; Roy Laird, Am49:25:4p20

Thinking About Go Part 1; Edward K Ream, Am49:21:3p23

Thinking About Go Part 2; Edward K Ream, Am49:21:4p40

INTRODUCTION

Focus On Go, Am49:09:1p05

Go Is, Am49:23:2p01, Am49:23:3p01, Am49:23:4p01, Am49:24:1p01, Am49:24:2p01, Am49:24:3p01, Am49:24:4p01, Am49:25:1p01, Am49:25:2,3p01, Am49:25:4p01, Am49:26:1p01, Am49:26:2p01, Am49:26:3p01, Am49:26:4p01, Am49:27:1p01, Am49:27:2p01, Am49:27:3p01, Am49:27:4p01, Am49:28:1p01, Am49:28:2p01, Am49:28:3p01, Am49:28:4p01, Am49:29:1p01, Am49:29:2p01

JOSEKI

A Contribution To Joseki Study; Takao Matsuda, Am49:06:2p20

Direction for Pressing, Am49:09:4p07

Even Game Joseki Part I; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:4p49

Even Game Joseki Part II; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:1p01

Even Game Joseki Part III; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:2p25

Even Game Joseki Part IV; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:3p38

Even Game Joseki Part V; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:4p60

Index of Even Joseki Articles, Am49:03:1p12

Joseki Journey; Fujisawa, Am49:10:5p11, Am49:10:6p14, Am49:11:1p08, Am49:11:2p06, Am49:11:4p22, Am49:11:5p05, Am49:11:6p09

Raising Your Strength Part 4: Playing White for the First Time, Am49:07:1,2p24

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 01; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:1p12

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 02; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:2p27

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 03; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:3p41

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 04; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:01:4p57

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 05; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:1p10

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 06; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:2p29

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 07; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:3p44

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 08; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:02:4p55

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 09; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:03:1p08

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 10; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:03:2p29

The Classical Handicap Joseki Part 11; Translated by Bruno Ruger and Edited by Lester H. Morris, Am49:03:4p60

KATACHI

Katachi; Sakata, Am49:11:4p08

LEARNING

10 Steps To More Effective Work with Beginners, Am49:22:2p16

13 Line Go; Terry Benson, Am49:17:1p06

A Long Way To Go, Am49:21:2p07

Go And Thinking Part 1, Am49:21:3p06

Go And Thinking Part 2, Am49:22:1p18

Go And Thinking Part 3, Am49:22:2p09

Teach Your Children: An Interview with Wang Runan; Roy Laird, Am49:22:3p22

Teaching Go To Children; Gary A Klein, Am49:15:4p15

To My Neighbors On The Same Floor; Anne Dicky, Am49:20:3p16

MATHEMATICS

Dr. Drange's Go Theorems, Am49:19:4p07

Group Diagrams In Go; Milo Wolff, Am49:09:2p06

Life In The Game of Go; David B. Benson, Am49:09:5p08

NEWS

$300,000, No Strings Attached!, Am49:27:4p03

$5000 PR Challenge Grant, Am49:29:1p03

1968 Membership List, Am64:03:1pAppendix

1975 N.Y. State Open Photos, Am49:10:5p04

1985 IGF Delegate Report: My Trip To Japan; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:19:3p07

1989 US Mejin, Am49:23:3p04

1991 US Go Congress, August 3-11, Rochester, NY, Am49:24:4p03

1991 World Amateur Go Championship, Am49:25:2,3p03

6th Dan Professional Again Visits U.S.A., Am55:00:1p01

A 5.5 Point Komi For W, Ja54:02:5p40

A Chip Off The Old Ban, Am49:27:2p05

A Few Editorial Comments, Am49:26:3p03

A Footnote to "Go Pals in Cleveland" from v13:2, Am49:13:3p17

A Gift From Tsushima Sensei, Am49:05:1p16

A Go Master Visits The U.S. (Masayoshi Fukuda), Am49:02:2p17

A Go Primer, by Dr. Gilbert W. Rosenthal, is again available, Am49:07:1,2p23

A Go Retreat - James Kerwin Comes to Wisconsin; Edward Ream, Am49:20:1p10

A Go Wedding at Canterbury, Am49:28:3p03

A Hallowed Game, Am49:22:1p07

A Letter From Karl D Robinson, Ja54:03:1p08

A Letter From Miss Masubuchi; Masubuchi, Am49:04:4p64

A Listing of Members of the AGA, Am64:07:2p07

A Look At the Future; Editors, Am49:01:2p32

A New Record, Am49:22:1p08

A New Treasure, Am49:28:2p04

A New York Go Center, Am49:15:1p05

A Note of Thanks From The President and Vice President, Am64:02:6p02

A Note On Last Issue, Am49:15:1p04

A Really Big Move, Am49:19:2p04

A Russian Journal - In English, Am49:24:3p03

A Setback For American Go? "Go Review" may be discontinued, Am49:11:1p01

A Thank You - AGA Go Library Donation, Am49:17:2p05

A Thank You: Tako Onishi for Translation of Go Super Book #29 "18 Hints to Improve Your Suji", Am49:14:1p06

A TV First, Am49:15:4p35

AGA Annual Meeting, Am64:00:5p03

AGA Executive Committee Meeting, Am49:12:1p06, Am49:12:3,4p11

AGA Expiration Date; AGA Membership Secretary, Am49:14:1p28

AGA Gallery, Am49:16:1p26

AGA Go PIG Formed, Am49:20:2p03

AGA News, Am49:09:2p01

AGA News: Membership Meeting; New Jersey Tournament; Article in "Womens Day"; State of Go in Southern California; News from Go Clubs: Twin Cities, Toledo, Hartf, Am49:08:1p12

AGA Officer Election Results, Am49:06:4p50

AGA Plans to Publish an Anthology, Am49:06:4p50

AGA Secretary Job Split Up to Spread the Burden, Am49:12:3,4p25

AGA Selects New President, Am49:22:4p06

AGA Western Executive Committee Minutes, Am49:17:3p04

AGJ Takes A Sabbatical, Am49:05:4p63

Agreement Reached With Ing Foundation, Am49:28:2p03

American Go Journal Staff and Contributors - 1974 to 1980, Am49:15:5,6p02

American Honinbo Tournament, Am49:09:3p01

An American Ansafone, Am49:11:6p05

An American Pro-Am Championship, Am49:22:3p05

An Apple II Masters the McMahon, Am49:15:4p37

An Eyewitness Report On Go In Post-War Japan; John L Bauer, Am49:01:3p47

An International Affair; Roy Laird and Phil Straus, Am49:23:3p09

An International Go Tournament, Ja54:02:6p48

An Open Letter from the Editor, Am64:06:2p02


An Open Letter to the AGA Members from Sidney Kobashigawa, U.S. Representative at the 4th World Amateur Go Championship, Am49:17:1p20

Ann Arbor vs Cleveland Ratings Match, Am49:14:3p18

Announcement: Termination of offer to provide a copy of the "AGJ Anthology" to each new subscriber; AGA, Am49:08:2p27

Announcements, Am49:10:2p02, Am49:10:6p02

Another American Korean Professional, Am49:22:4p06

Another American Professional!!, Am49:24:4p03

Anyone for Amateur Radio Go?, Am49:10:2p02

Attention All Go Players: Buy Another Book Shelf, Am49:29:2p03

Banking On Go, Am49:24:4p04

Batting 1000, Am49:21:3p04

Bay Area Workshop, Am49:22:1p08

Being A Sport, Am49:22:3p06

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Am49:05:3p35

Big Brother Changed our Zip Code!, Am49:15:2,3p03

British Go Players Visit China; Stuart Dowsey, Am49:14:3p18

By-Laws Vote, Am49:27:4p04

Can The American Go Establishment Recover From a Bad Fuseki; Milton N. Bradley, Am49:09:6p16

Canadian Fujitsu, Am49:25:1p03

Canadian Go Association Formally Organized, Am49:13:4,5,6p24

Carlson Memorial Becomes Regional, Am49:22:3p07

Central Region Establishes "Triple Crown", Am49:22:3p07

Cha Chastens Cho - Jimmy Cha Beats Cho Chikun in Fujitsu Cup!!, Am49:24:1p04

Cha, Redmond To Play In SF Fujitsu Playoff, Am49:24:3p03

Challenge - Purdue vs anybody on the telephone, Am64:02:4p02

Challenger's Tournament For Hon-In-Bo, Ja54:02:2p16

Championships Gallery, Am49:19:1p09

Changes In the AGA and the Go Review, Am64:07:1p01

Changing of the Guard in Seattle; Mike Rosen, Am49:16:4p15

Chernowitz Library, Am49:05:1p16

Chess In Schools - Why Not Go?, Am49:26:2p04

China/Hong Kong Go Tour, Am49:25:4p03

Chinese Pro Games In L.A., Am49:22:4p06

Chinese Pros Give Numerical Ratings A Try, Am49:29:1p06

Chinese Pros Tour US, Am49:21:1p08

Chinese Team Invited to U.S., Am49:14:3p03

Chinese Tour, Am49:20:4p03

Cho Chi Kun Visits the U.S., Am49:18:3p04

Comic Art In Japanese Society; Conrad Skinner, Am49:19:2p23

Coming Soon: "The World Of Go" and "Test Your Strength", Am49:25:2,3p08

Committee Reports, Am49:22:3p26

Computer Eyes, Am49:23:4p03

Computer Games Olympiad Will Feature Go, Am49:23:1p04

Congratulations! Philip W. Anderson, Am49:13:1p26

Congratulations, Gentlemen! Promoted to Amateur 2 dan: Robert Gillooly, Yaichi Hayakawa, Walter W. Marseille, Scott Taylor, Am55:00:1p02

Craig Hutchinson Reappointed AGA Librarian, Am49:09:2p01

Czech It Out, Man - A Month Of Solid Go, Am49:27:1p08

Dan-Kyu Commentary Exchange Proposed, Am49:21:1p03

David Mitchell Sets World Record, Am49:12:3,4p40

Did You Know..., Am49:16:4p22, Am49:16:4p32

Digital Go Mouse, Am49:24:2p05

Does Ellery Queen Play Go?, Am49:21:1p03

Dolen Chosen World Championship Team Captain, Am49:14:1p14

Eastern and Western Executive Committees Meet, Am49:13:4,5,6p13

Eastern Executive Committee Meets to Accept Western Proposal and Formulate Bylaws, Am49:13:1p01

Eastern Go Scene, Am49:09:3p08

Editor of German "Go-Zeitung" Visits New York, Am55:00:1p02

Editorial, Am64:04:1p02, Am64:05:1p02, Am64:07:1p01

Editorial #1: Farewell from the Editor, Am64:07:2p02

Editorial #2: Is the AGA Dead? (Continued), Am64:07:2p02

Editorial #3: The Future of Go in the U.S.A., Am64:07:2p03

Editorial: Good News & Bad News, Am64:06:3p02

Eisaku Sato, Prime Minister of Japan, Presented the AGA with a Trophy, Am64:00:5p01

End of The Fourth Round; AGA, Am49:01:4p63

European Go Players Gain In Numbers and Strength, Am64:05:1p06

European Team Go, Am49:23:3p04

Famous Western Go Players, Am49:24:4p15

First 1988 Kisei Game Held In Honolulu, Am49:22:1p06

First AGA Internet Tournament, Am49:29:1p08

First International Go Tournament, Am64:00:2p02

First Issue of "Go World" Appears, Am49:12:2p09

First Life Member, Am49:24:3p04

Flash Cha's Success Continues, Am49:22:4p12

Flash! Janice Kim..., Am49:22:2p07

Flash: Expert Wins Wrong Tournament, Am49:13:4,5,6p28

Four on a Match, Am49:22:2p04

Free Compuserver Introductory Offer, Am49:27:1p07

From The Editor, Am64:05:3p01

Fujitsu Playoff In SF, Am49:24:2p05


Fujitsu Sponsors First World Go Championship, Am49:22:1p04

Fukuda in Hawaii, Am49:03:2p18

Fukuda Visit, Am49:05:3p35

Fukuda Visits New Jersey, Am64:02:1p04

Fukuda, 6 Dan, on Visit, Am64:01:3p03

Game Record, Am49:28:2p38

Games Wanted, Am49:23:4p04

Getting Organized, Am49:09:3p01

Go Activities In Japan, Ja54:01:2p16

Go Activities In Japan - Periodicals On Go, Ja54:02:1p06

Go and Go-Moku By Edward Lasker is back in print, Am49:08:3p47

Go and Sexual Intimacy, Am49:22:2p05

Go at New York City High Schools, Am64:02:4p05

Go Club Started at N.Y.U.- "Esquire" Article Credited, Bu36:01:1p01b

Go Clubs: Ann Arbor, NJ Champion, Baltimore vs Washington, Delaware Valley, Am49:09:2p01

Go Comes to Long Island, Am49:11:6p05

Go Flourishing In New York, Ja54:02:3p24

Go For Bush in '92, Am49:26:1p04

Go For Sierra, Am49:26:3p03

Go Global With Internet!, Am49:26:4p04, Am49:27:1p07

Go in Business Week, Am49:26:4p03

Go in California, Am49:14:3p18

Go in D.C., Am49:14:1p03

Go in Oregon, Am49:14:1p03

Go in Princeton, Am49:15:4p24

Go in Shangri-La - Ing's World Pro Cup Comes To Beijing, Am49:22:4p04

Go in Space, Am49:27:2p05, Am49:29:1p04

Go in Taiwan, Am49:03:2p18

Go in The New York City Area; Boris J Kinsburg, Am49:01:3p46

Go in The San Francisco Area; Guthrie McClain, Am49:01:3p47

Go in The Ultimate Party Town, Am49:25:1p03

Go in The USSR; Roy Laird, Am49:24:2p32

Go in TV Land; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p32

Go in U.S.A., Ja54:02:2p16

Go Libraries in the U.S., Am64:05:1p06

Go News, Am49:18:4p04, Am49:19:2p03, Am49:19:3p05, Am49:19:4p03, Am49:20:1p08, Am49:20:2p03, Am49:20:3p03, Am49:20:4p03, Am49:21:1p03, Am49:21:3p03, Am49:21:4p04

Go News Is Good News; Terry Benson, Am49:15:4p03

Go News: Japanese Tournaments, Am49:08:3p47

Go News; Roy Laird, Am49:22:1p04, Am49:22:3p05, Am49:22:4p03, Am49:23:1p03, Am49:23:2p05, Am49:23:3p03, Am49:23:4p03, Am49:24:1p04, Am49:24:2p03, Am49:24:3p03, Am49:24:4p03, Am49:25:1p03, Am49:25:2,3p03, Am49:25:4p03, Am49:26:1p03, Am49:26:2p03, Am49:26:3p03, Am49:26:4p03, Am49:27:1p07, Am49:27:2p03, Am49:27:3p03, Am49:27:4p03, Am49:28:1p03, Am49:28:2p03, Am49:28:3p03, Am49:28:4p03, Am49:29:1p03

Go on CompuServe, Am49:22:2p05

Go On NBC Nightly News, Am49:28:1p04

Go Pals in Cleveland; Yang Hwi "Yonny" Cho, Am49:13:2p15

Go Perspective Planned as New Nihon Ki-in English Magazine, Am49:12:3,4p04

Go Players' Tour to Nihon Kiin, Am49:09:3p01

Go Review Subscription Rate Increases, Am49:11:5p02

Go Review, Good (?) News, Am49:11:2p01

Go Seigen Visits New York and New Jersey, Am64:05:3p05

Go Store open; AGA, Am49:09:2p01

Go To A Festival, Am49:24:1p05

Go Trip To Japan, Am64:02:3p01

Go West, Young Players! - Ings World Youth Wei-Chi Championship Comes To Paris, Am49:22:4p04

Go, Hot Tubs and Walking On The Beach, Am49:24:3p06

Go-ing on Fifty, Am49:19:1p25

Go/Logic Teaching Syllabus Available From Dr. Ted Drange, Am49:10:6p02

Going Boeing, Am49:15:4p23

Going For The Green, Am49:25:4p04

Going With The Times - Bush Advised To Play Yosu-Miru, Am49:25:4p03

Going, Going...Gonshor, Am49:21:3p04

Gomoku Played by Computer, Am64:03:1p04

Good News, Am49:06:4p50

Good News About "Go World"!, Am49:28:1p03

Graded Go Problems For Beginners, Vol 2, Am49:20:1p08

Hard Copy Too, Am49:23:4p03

Hard Working Professionals, Am49:27:3p06

Haruyama, 7Dan, In New York, Am49:11:6p04

Hashimoto-Fujisawa Match, Ja54:02:3p24

Heather Plays Go, Am49:27:2p05

Help Wanted: AGA Treasurer & AGA Business Manager, Am49:24:4p04

Here She Comes Again; Roy Laird, Am49:18:3p03

High Notes; Bob High, Am49:23:1p07

High Office, Am49:26:4p03

High Ranking Players Promoted, Ja54:02:2p14

Historic Pro-Pro Game, Japan-U.S. Telematch in San Francisco, Am49:19:2p03

Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:11:4p02

Honinbo Preliminary Tournament, Ja54:02:2p16

Honinbo Shukaku (Takagawa) has again successfully defended his title.., Am49:05:3p40

Honorary Member - Hu Hui Chan, Bu36:01:1p01b

Houston Will Host 1994 Fujitsu, Am49:28:3p03

IBM Sponsors Go Championship in Japan, Am49:22:2p04

Important Notice! New Diagram Conventions, Am49:26:1p03

ING $$ Will Support Masters Tournament, Am49:29:1p03

Ing Foundation Offers Major Grant, Am49:27:3p03

Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:14:2p16, Am49:14:4p18, Am49:14:5,6p23

Instant Go Tenuki, Am49:15:1p03

International Go Tournament Photo, Ja54:03:1p05

International Go Tournament To Be Played Under New Rules, Ja54:02:6p48

International Postal Go, Am49:24:3p05

Internet, Am49:27:3p06

Internet Update; Mindy McAdams, Am49:28:4p11

IPI And "Hard Copy", Am49:24:2p03

IPI And IBM, Am49:24:2p03

Is the AGA Dead, Am64:01:3p01

Ishi Press International Plays A Fast-Pace Opening, Am49:21:1p15

Ishi Press International Stakes Out A Big Territory, Am49:23:1p04

Ishi Press Makes Changes, Stays on Track, Am49:29:1p03

Ishi Press Review, Am49:27:1p08

Ishi Presses Onward - Third New Title In Under A Year, Am49:21:2p04

Iwamoto & Matsui: A New Yorker's View, Am49:07:3p48

Iwamoto 9D and Chizu Kobayashi 5D will be in New York for the Eastern Honinbo Tournament, Am49:14:3p04

Iwamoto Professional Team in N.Y.C., Am49:10:5p03

Iwamoto Visits New York Area, Am64:01:2p03

Iwamoto Visits The U.S., Am49:16:2p32

James Kerwin arrived in Tokyo to become the first American Shodan, Am49:09:2p01

Janice Kim Places Third in Korean Pro Tournament, Am49:27:4p04

Janice Kim Takes 2nd in Youth Tournament, Am49:19:4p05

Janice Kim wins Again, Am49:19:1p03

Japanese Go Touring Mission, Am64:06:2p03

Jiang Offers Clinics In Cleveland, California, Am49:25:4p03

John Goodell Sold over 3,500 Go sets, Am49:06:4p50

John Lee Unbeaten in Europe's Ing Cup, Am49:29:2p03

John Lee's Excellent Adventure, Am49:27:3p09

Judan Tournament, Am49:09:3p01

Jujo's Bootcamp - The First Annual Cleveland Go Workshop; Chris Garlock, Am49:26:2p08

Kajiwara Visits New York; Terry Benson, Am49:13:4,5,6p29

Kansas State University Go Club, Am49:11:6p04

Kerwin Update, Am49:15:5,6p08, Am49:16:1p05

Kerwin Visits California, Am49:23:1p04

Kido, Am49:05:2p18

Kikuchi As Hope of Amateurs, Ja54:02:3p24

Kisei Title Game Comes To Atlanta, Am49:29:1p04

Know Your Officers - Jay Eliasberg, Am64:02:4p05

Know Your Officers - Paul Anderson, Am64:02:1p01

Know Your Officers - Ruth Thompson, Am64:02:3p05

Know Your Officers - Walt McKibben, Am64:02:2p03

Ko, Heave Ho!, Am49:23:3p04

Korea Tour, Am49:22:4p07

Korean International Tournament, Am49:24:1p06

Korean Professionals Visit the U.S., Am49:13:2p07, Am49:13:3p01

LA Pro Beats Two 9-Dans, Am49:23:1p03

Larry Brauner - New AGA Secretary, Am49:11:4p03

Las Vegas Open, Am49:25:2,3p04

Late Breaking Congress News, Am49:29:2p05

Learn Go by Mail - American Go Institute Offers Correspondence Course; Richard Dolen, Am49:22:2p05

Lee Hartman Elected President of the AGA, Bu36:01:1p01b

Let's Go Oklahoma!, Am49:11:4p06

Letter From Abroad; Lester and Elizabeth Morris, Felix Dueball, Richard Nethercut, Ja54:02:1p02

Letter: Greater Washington Go Club; Ray E. Kukol, Am49:10:1p02

Letter; Alfred R. Pray, Am49:09:4p03

Letter; Carl Harp, Am49:10:6p02

Letter; Tzu-ping Shao, Am49:09:3p03

Letters and Comments; John Goon, Roger Barth, Jonathan Skinner, Tom Trilling, Chris Nevison, Francois Petitjean, Tom Reuterdahl, Am49:14:1p30

Letters To The Editor; Bob Ryder, Melvin Rosenfeld, Max Warshauer, Am49:19:2p05

Letters To The Editor; Jonathan Wood, Joel Sanet, Am49:20:1p05

Letters To The Editor; Jung Soo-Hyon, Joel Sanet, Am49:19:3p04

Letters....We "Don't" Get Letters Error Corrections in Kitani - go and I, Bent-4 In the Corner, Segoe: Life and Death, 4-Stone Handicap Game; AGA, Am49:15:4p39

Letters; Elliot Adams, Robert McCallister, Anton Ninno, Am49:10:1p08

Letters; John B. Colson, Richard Werner, Am49:13:2p18

Letters; Juichi Tsushima, Arao Imamura, Kensaku Segoe, Kiyoko Ito, Ja54:01:1p03

Letters; Robert Ryder, Robert Lerche, Bill Spight, Philip Tracy, Jonathan Skinner, Harold Shindel, Doug Cable, John Reiber, Am49:13:1p30

Letters; Yoshinori Imagawa, Ryan Massey, Paul Styar, Am49:13:4,5,6p36

List of Members; AGA, Am49:01:4p61


Live At Five, Am49:22:1p08

Local and Foreign Programs Split Prizes In Third International Computer Wei-ch'i Congress, Am49:22:1p05

Looking For A Few Good Kids, Am49:23:4p04

Looking for Spring '74 Go Review To Purchase; Harry Gonshor, Am49:10:3p02

MACRave, Am49:22:1p08

Man Nyun Peh - An Application of The Super Ko Rule In The Opening; Andy Finch, Am49:26:2p19

Manhattan Go Club Moves to 47 West 44th St., Am49:16:4p03

Manhattan Go Club Opens; Roy Laird, Am49:15:4p19

Matsuda, 6-dan in semi-finals, Am49:09:3p01

Matsushita Endows Education Fund, Am49:19:1p03

MD Magazine; Marilyn Stern, Am49:22:1p08

Media Mentions, Am49:26:1p04

Meijin Magic, Am49:22:4p05

Meijin Masters Manhattan, Am49:21:4p07

Message From the Editor, Am64:03:2p02

Message From the New President, Am64:03:2p02

Metropolitan Go League; Larry Brauner, Am49:11:5p03, Am49:11:6p04

Michael Redmond An American Professional, Am49:20:1p18

Michael Redmond Makes Professional 5-Dan, Am49:19:4p04

Michael Redmond Promotes to 6-Dan, Am49:22:3p05

Michael Redmond Reaches 3 Dan, Am49:18:2p03

Miscellaneous, Am64:05:3p07

Miscellaneous Items, Am64:02:6p10

Miscellany, Am49:04:2p32, Am64:06:2p05, Am64:06:3p06, Am64:07:1p04, Am64:07:2p06

Missing Go Reviews, Am49:09:2p01

Missing Persons Bureau, Am49:16:1p05

Mixed Pairs Draws Forty Players, Am49:27:3p08

Miyashita 9Dan Coming to New York, Am64:05:1p09

Miyashita Visit, Am64:05:2p04

Montana Go Club Grows, Am49:26:4p04, Am49:27:2p04

More Go Coverage, Am49:14:1p03

More New Products, Am49:24:3p04

Mrs Ito Leads In Women's Championship, Ja54:02:5p40

My Trip Abroad; Chizu Kobayashi, Am49:15:2,3p31

N.Y.C. Go Scene, Am49:10:4p03

National Fantasy Fun Federation, Am64:03:3p06

Native Talent - The Sheraton Sponsors American Professional Event, Am49:22:1p04

NEMESIS Chosen Game of the Month, Am49:21:3p03

NEMESIS Moves Ahead, Am49:22:1p06

New AGA Executive Committee Meets, Am49:11:6p08

New Building For Nihon Kiin, Am64:05:3p06

New By-Laws, Am49:27:3p06

New From Ishi Press "All About Life and Death", Am49:27:3p04

New From Toyogo, Am49:25:2,3p09

New Go Club - Go Circle, Am49:09:1p16

New In Print - "The Great Joseki Debates" and "Opening Theory Made Easy", Am49:26:4p03

New Members, Am49:02:2p17

New Shareware Release, Am49:29:2p04

New Supplement to Shareware Favorite, Am49:29:1p07

New Teaching Aids - Korean-American Pro Translates Teacher's Book, Am49:29:1p07

New York Go Club Elections, Am49:14:1p03

New York Go Club Elects Officers, Am64:03:2p04

New York Players Meet Twice Weekly, Bu36:01:1p01b

News, Am49:09:1p01, Am49:09:3p01, Am49:09:4p01, Am49:09:5p01, Am49:17:4p04, Am49:18:1p04, Am49:18:2p03

News Flash: Dr. R.M. Ryder promoted to 5 dan, Am64:02:4p02

News From Japan, Am49:09:4p03, Am49:09:5p03, Am49:09:6p01, Am49:10:1p10, Am49:10:6p01, Am49:11:1p15, Ja54:01:1p08

News From Japan; Bob Terry, Am49:16:4p20

News of Go - (1, 2, 4, and 5 degree awarded to American Players), Am49:07:4p54

Newspapers Sponsor Two Matches Between Go Seigen and Takagawa, Ja54:02:4p32

Next From Ishi Press "Forcing Moves", Am49:28:1p03

Nihon Ki-in America Founded, Am49:27:2p04

Nihon Kiin America Requests Proposals, Am49:28:2p04

Nihon Kiin Awards (Shodan: Nathan J. Fine, Ralph H. Fox, Lien-sheng Yang; Nidan: Koshi Takashima; Godan: Takao Matsuda), Am49:05:3p48

Nihon Kiin Championship, Am49:09:3p01

Nikko Hotel Match in San Francisco, Am49:22:2p05

No New Notice on Go Review, Am49:12:2p09

No News is No News, Am49:17:2p05

Nominations Open For President; VP's To Be Chosen Later This Year, Am49:27:1p08

NYC Mailjam, Am49:09:6p16

Of Solid Matter, Am49:07:1,2p22, Am49:07:1,2p22

Official Go Newsletter of the New York Go Club, Am64:07:1p03

Old Go Mags Get Big $$, Am49:29:1p10

On The Internet - Internet Go Server Moves to Korea, Am49:29:1p07

On The Scene In L.A.; Bob Terry, Am49:23:3p15

Online Go Forum At Delphi, Am49:27:2p03

Oops...... Letters to the Editor; Roger Barth, Warren Litt, Am49:15:4p20

Overheard At the Go Congress, Am49:19:4p28

Pair Goes Pro, Am49:29:1p06

Panasonic Introduces Electronic Go Game, Am49:15:2,3p29

Past and Present Presidents of Nippon Kiin Visit AGA Headquarters, Am49:03:4p49

Personal Notes, Am64:04:1p08

Personalities in The AGA, Am49:13:4,5,6p39

Philadelphia Go Day, Am49:11:6p05

Philly Stakes, Am49:22:3p07

Photos, Am49:09:5p16

Photos: C.S. Chen and Roger Newlander, Takagawa, Am49:08:3p47

Places, Am49:19:2p03, Am49:19:3p05

Play Go By Mail, Am64:01:3p02, Am64:03:2p04, Am64:06:1p05

Player of the Year, Am49:27:3p05

Players: Michael Redmond, Am49:18:4p04

Playing Conditions, Ja54:02:2p16

Postal AGA Go Club, Am49:11:6p04

Presenting Pente; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:17:1p22

Presidents Message from Dr. R.M. Ryder, Am64:04:1p08

Pro Tours This Summer, Am49:25:4p04

Professional Go Player Visit to U.S., Am64:07:1p04

Professional Visit, Am49:14:5,6p17

Professional Workshops, Am49:26:1p04

Professionals Galore, Am49:15:4p36

Proposal for a Go Tour by R.A. McCallister, Am64:06:1p04

Pros On The Move, Am49:22:3p07

Public Notice, Am49:23:4p04

Public Radio, Am49:22:1p08

Public Service Ad Features Go, Am49:27:2p05

Rating Advances, Am49:27:3p06

Rating Commission Update, Am49:24:2p04

Reach Out And Play Someone, Am49:25:1p04

Record Level of Play, Am49:27:3p05

Recording Industry, Am49:24:2p03

Redmond & Kobayashi Attend U.S. Tournament, Am49:19:1p03

Redmond Beats Takemiya, Am49:22:4p03

Redmond Cup Update, Am49:28:2p05

Redmond Defeats World Champion!, Am49:27:4p04

Redmond On A Roll, Am49:23:2p05

Redmond Scores, Am49:21:3p03

Redmond Wins Again In Fujitsu, Am49:25:1p03

Regional Pair Go Tournaments to Be Set, Am49:27:2p03

Regional Pair Tournaments to be Held, Am49:27:4p04, Am49:28:1p04

Regional VP Selection Completed, Am49:27:2p03

Relson Chosen Team Captain, Am49:15:4p37

Reminder For Las Vegas, Am49:26:2p04

Report of the Election Committee, Am64:03:2p01

Report of the Nominating Committee, Am64:03:1p01

Requests, Am64:06:2p04

Reviews of Go Activities In Japan, Ja54:01:1p05

Robert G. High Memorial Award, Am49:28:1p04

Robinson Go Library Listings, Am49:10:4p13, Am49:10:5p13

Robinson Go Library; Craig Hutchinson, Am49:10:4p04

Roger Newlander Translations, Am49:06:1p09

Rogue Valley Go Tournament, Am49:14:3p03

Russian Publisher Likes Intellectual Games, Am49:27:2p04

San Francisco Go Club Survives Quake: Devotees Take "Quake Draws" After "The Pretty Big One"; Lloyd Gowen, Am49:23:3p04

San Francisco Setback, Am49:22:1p06

Schedule for the Go Professional's Visit to North America, Am49:10:1p02

Second Encounter, Am49:07:4p64

Secretary Report, Am49:09:1p03

Seki Within Seki; IJ Good, Am49:05:2p18

Shodan Diplomas Awarded (Robert Gillooly, Katsumi Nishiyama, Yaichi Hayakawa, Karl Davis Robinson, Edward Lasker), Am49:04:4p49

Similar Time Next Year, Am49:27:3p07

Singapore Fling - The Sixth World Youth Wei-chi Championship; Ernest Brown, Am49:23:3p06

Small Moves, Am49:22:1p08

Some Eastern Notes, Am49:15:4p36

Some Western Views, Am49:13:1p25

Special Membership Created, Am49:13:1p01

Suggested: A Go Summer Camp, Am64:07:1p02

Summer Go Camp?, Am64:07:2p05

T&E Moves To AGN, Am49:27:2p05

Takagawa Still Champion, Ja54:02:3p24

Takao Matsuda is New Jersey Open Go Champion for 1967, Am64:01:1p01

Takao Matsuda is writing a book on "Basic Form in Go", Am49:07:1,2p22

Takao Matsuda won the 1964 Eastern Seaboard Honinbo Tournament, Am64:00:2p01

Tasuko Masubuchi Visits the U.S., Am49:04:4p49

Team Match Between Formosa and Korea, Ja54:02:3p24

The "AGJ Anthology" is printed and bound, Am49:07:1,2p22

The 1988 Annual AGA Board of Directors Meeting, Am49:22:3p25

The 1990 North American Fujitsu Qualifying Tournament - Jimmy Cha Wins Again!, Am49:23:4p07

The 9th World Youth Wei Ch'i Championship, Am49:26:1p03

The AGA Executive Committees, Am49:15:5,6p07

The AGA Prepares for the 90s, Am49:22:3p03

The AGA Workhorses, Am49:15:5,6p27

The Bay Area Gets a Pro, Am49:22:1p07

The British Invasion; Francis Roads, Am49:23:3p08

The Children's Crusade, Am49:26:3p03

The First AGA Internet Go Tournament, Am49:29:2p03

The First International Tournament, Ja54:03:1p08

The Game of Go, by A. Smith, is Back in Print, Am49:06:1p09

The Go Review Ghost Lingers On, Am49:13:1p03

The Ing Grant: How Will It Be Used?, Am49:28:4p16

The International Go Federation, Am49:19:3p08

The Iwaki Cup, Am49:22:3p06

The Kisei In New York, Am49:22:3p06

The London Go Center Closes; Terry Benson, Am49:13:4,5,6p35

The New Bulletin, Bu36:01:1p01a

The New York Go Club is on the Move, Am49:14:3p03

The Professionals, Am49:21:4p24

The Resurgence of the New York Go Club, Am49:06:3p33

The Second European Go-Congress, Am49:07:1,2p23

The State of Go - New Jersey, Am49:06:1p09

The Tenth Canadian Go Championship, Go-ing All Out, Am49:21:3p04

The World Amateur Go Championship, Am49:26:2p06

Theory & Go Meeting; Klaus Heine, Am49:10:2p02

There's Go In Them Thar Hills, Am49:26:1p03

Third US-Korea Friendship Baduk Tournament, Am49:25:1p04

This Just In, Am49:25:2,3p69

Three Terminal Groups: AMCOM Network, The OPENNetwork BBS on Go & Computers, The GoBoard, Am49:22:4p21

Tokyo in 1970? See Bozulich!, Am64:03:2p04

Too Much To Talk About, Am49:22:3p05

Top Chinese Pro Visits California, Am49:29:1p06

Tournament Photos, Am49:09:4p05

Tournament Time, Am49:24:3p05

Travel Notes of R.A. McCallister, Am64:06:1p04

Traveling Tournament, Am64:02:3p05

Tulsa Tournament, Am49:25:1p05

U.S. Go News, Am49:11:3p02

U.S. Go Players in Tokyo, Am64:02:5p03

U.S. News, Am49:11:2p01

U.S. Team vs Canada, Am49:11:5p03

US Amateur Beats Professional, Am49:23:2p05

US Resident Plays For $400,000, Am49:26:2p03

Venezuelan Invitation, Am49:27:2p04

Visit of Japanese Professionals, Sept 1972, Am64:06:1p05


Visits and Visitors, Am49:05:2p18

Volga Boat Trip, Am49:24:3p03

Wang Wi Wows Winter Watchers, Am49:23:1p03

Wanted For Evaluation, Am49:29:2p06

We're A Sport, Am49:22:1p08

Well Known Faces, Am49:08:2p32

West Coast Report, Am49:09:1p02

Western Committee Meeting, Am49:15:5,6p08

Western Executive Committee Formed, Am49:13:1p01

Western Go Professionals in the News, Am49:14:1p02

Western Go Scene, Am49:09:3p09

Westerners Finally Make Professional Shodan (James Kerwin), Am49:13:1p03

What Makes A Winner, Am49:21:4p05

What's New; Roy Laird, Am49:25:2,3p07

Who Gets To Play In Fujitsu, Am49:23:4p12

Who's Who in Fujitsu - A Brief Look At Some of the Top US Players, Am49:23:4p08

Winter Go Workshop With Jim Kerwin, Am49:27:3p04

World Cup, Am49:22:4p03

World Pro Cup and Fifth Youth Championship To Be Held Together In Paris, Am49:22:1p05

World Youth Playoff, Am49:21:1p03

Young Yanks, Am49:19:4p04

Youth Championship Selection Coming Up, Am49:27:1p08

Yutopian Publishes Go Book - "Killer of Go", Am49:28:3p03

Zen Go Circle Saki League, Am49:11:6p04

NOTES

A Letter To The Editor; Walter W Marseille, Am49:04:3.5p03

A Letter to the Secretary; Albert Lai Moon, Am49:04:2p21

A Matter of Life and Death; David A. Mechner, Am49:25:4p30

A Note On Chinese Counting, Am49:26:4p15

A Window of Opportunity - An Interview with Anton Dovydaitis of Ishi Press, Am49:29:1p41

AGA Questionnaire Results, Am49:27:2p17

All A-Board; Roger White, Am49:18:4p06, Am49:19:1p06, Am49:19:2p06, Am49:19:4p06, Am49:20:1p06, Am49:20:2p08, Am49:20:3p06, Am49:20:4p10, Am49:21:2p06, Am49:22:1p12

An Interesting Letter; Ralph Fox, Am49:02:3p47

An Open Letter to The AGA; Robert McCallister, Am49:21:2p06

Aristotle On Go - Where East Meets West; David Mechner, Am49:25:2,3p34

Baduk and Life; Dr. Seoung-Yong Hong, Am49:25:1p33

Big Board Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p12

Broadening Your Go Horizons "Go" (Dutch), "The Deutsche Go-Zeitung" (German), "Go- Revue Francais du Go" (France); Bob High, Am49:21:4p06

Comment; AGA, Am64:05:2p03

Confucius, Elmer Davis, and The New York Times, Am49:01:4p54

Correspondence Go?, Am49:02:4p64

Criteria For Selection of Invitational Tournament Contenders - US Representative to the World Amateur Go Championships, Am49:28:4p32

Dan-Kyu Very Much, Am49:22:1p11

Deviant Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p12

Did You Know, Am49:17:4p13, Am49:17:4p22, Am49:17:4p29, Am49:17:4p29, Am49:18:3p07, Am49:18:4p06

Did You Know...?, Am49:17:3p31, Am49:17:3p32

Did You Know; Ted Drange, Am49:18:1p05, Am49:18:1p25

Direction of Play; Ken Koester, Am49:22:1p26, Am49:22:2p28, Am49:24:2p28

Do Go Players Have More Testosterone?, Am49:22:3p17

Does God Play Go?, Am49:25:1p32

Etudes; Bob High, Am49:24:1p14

European Excursions; Bob High, Am49:24:1p13

First Unified US Championship; Roy Laird & Phil Straus, Am49:22:3p23

Five Minutes To More Cultured Go-Playing; Janice Kim, Am49:20:1p06

Go And Cognitive Psychology; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:1p07

Go and Fencing - Review of "Gote No Sente", Am49:20:2p09

Go and the I Ching, Am49:25:1p23

Go By Golly By Post; Tom Schmidel, Am49:20:3p06

Go in Argentina, Am49:09:4p06

Go in Japan, Am49:17:3p10

Go Kiburi and The Chief's Wraith; Bob High, Am49:24:4p39

Go Kiburi In The Middle Ages; Bob High, Am49:23:4p40

Go Players Do It In Groups, Am49:25:4p27

Go, Ghosts and Gambling - Is There Life After Death?; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:2p08

Go: The Study of Buddhist Ideals; Ernest Brown, Am49:24:1p16

Hands Across The Water; Ken Koester, Am49:16:3p06

High Notes; Bob High, Am49:21:3p05, Am49:22:1p10, Am49:22:2p18, Am49:22:4p13, Am49:23:4p16, Am49:24:1p12, Am49:24:3p30, Am49:24:4p34

How To Get "Client Software" (The Easy Way), Am49:27:2p08

How To Get "Client Software" (The Hard Way), Am49:27:2p10

How To Get on the Go Server, Am49:27:2p14

How To Get On The Internet, Am49:27:2p06

How To Play Go On The Internet; Mindy McAdams, Am49:27:2p06

How to Report Tournament Results, Am49:22:1p26

How To Tell Chess Where To Go, Am49:18:3p14

Important IGS Commands, Am49:27:2p07

Instant Go Chapter 10 -- Breakout; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:24:4p20

Japanese Glossary, Am49:03:3p46

Kanji, Am49:09:2p13

Kerwin's "Meta-Game" Stars at Workshop; Christopher Garlock, Am49:29:2p14

Korean Champion Visits U.S.; Terry Benson, Am49:15:4p06

LA Kisei; Gary Roberts, Am49:21:1p05

Laser, Truth, Kids; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:24:4p30

Less Common Commands, Am49:27:2p11

Let's Go - Part 1: Getting Started; None Redmond, Am49:29:1p44

Letter To The Editor; George Chernowitz, Am49:02:4p64

Letter; David Levner, Am49:09:6p01

Letter; Litton Go Club, Am49:09:5p03

Letters To The Editor; Rudolf Aron, Am49:01:2p31

Life In Amateur B League; Michael J. Simon, Am49:27:1p14

Literary Fancies; Bob High, Am49:24:1p14

Long-Distance Go; Carl Mendez and George Meyer, Am49:20:2p08

Make Your Own Demonstration Board; Roger White, Am49:22:1p12

Mathematical Go; Bob High, Am49:24:3p30

Miscellany, Am49:03:1p16

New AGA Software, Am49:22:1p10

New Games For Go Players; Bob High, Am49:26:2p34

Non-Standard Standards; Bob High, Am49:24:1p12

Note On Counting During the Game; Walter Marseille, Am49:03:1p01

Odd Notes On Go; J.T. Fairbairn, From the British Go Journal, Am64:06:1p06

Origins: Part 1; Peter Shotwell, Am49:22:4p28

Origins: Part 2 - Go, Gods and Men; Peter Shotwell, Am49:23:4p35

People's Republic of China Visit Report; John Maier, Am49:14:5,6p12

Please Note; AGA, Am49:02:4p53

Postal Go In The U.S.; Theodore Drange, Am49:10:3p06

Postal Go: More Than Just The Game; Roger White, Am49:19:1p06

Ranks and the Stats Box, Am49:27:2p12

Rating Program, Am49:22:1p11

Read This Aloud; Phil Straus, Am49:22:1p36

Reasons For Preferring Go To Chess; Ted Drange, Am49:18:3p15

Renewal of Student Memberships, Am49:02:4p64

Seasons Greetings, Am49:18:4p17

Showing The Stones: Tips on Photographing Go; Kenneth M. Koester, Jr., Am49:16:4p22

So What?; Bob High, Am49:24:1p14

Souvenirs; Joe Engel, Am49:20:1p03

Stepping Stones; Ernest Brown, Am49:24:1p16, Am49:24:2p18, Am49:25:1p23

Strength - Degrees and Ranks, Am49:03:2p18

Talking Stones; Peter Shotwell, Am49:18:4p07, Am49:19:1p07, Am49:19:2p07, Am49:19:4p07, Am49:20:1p07, Am49:20:2p09, Am49:20:3p07, Am49:21:1p07, Am49:21:2p07, Am49:21:3p06, Am49:22:1p18, Am49:22:2p09, Am49:22:4p28, Am49:23:4p35

Teaching Go To Children (Part 1); Peter Freedman, Am49:24:4p14

Teaching Go To Children: Part 2; Peter Freedman, Am49:26:1p18

The 10 Commandments of Handicap Go; Bob Terry, Am49:27:2p24

The Battle is On! (New York Six Week Tournament), Am49:02:4p64

The Black Hole Theory of Go; By Players Zero, Minus One, et al., Am49:29:1p24

The Empty Board - Attachment; William S. Cobb, Am49:29:1p20

The Empty Board Go Proverbs as Koans; William S. Cobb, Am49:29:2p34

The First Go Lesson - Or How to Teach a Beginner and Have Him Come Back to Play Some More, Am64:06:1p01

The Flavor of the Game; Bob High, Am49:23:4p16

The Glass Bead Game; Ernest Brown, Am49:24:2p18

The Imagination Network, Am49:27:2p14

The Master Said; Confucious, The Analects, Am49:01:1p07

The Masters' Quirks; Stuart Dowsey, Am49:11:6p23

The Pros Who Taught Us, Am49:26:3p14

The Quaking, Am49:21:2p32

Thoughts On "The Protracted Game" Book Review, Am49:21:1p07

Top five reasons not to give up Go for a career in interior design:, Am49:29:1p34

Topological Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p13

Triumphal Tour of Japan, Am49:17:4p06

Turning Points, A Report by Terry Benson, AGA President, Am49:15:4p04

Two Regular Go Nights (New York Area), Am49:02:4p64

Two-for-One Go; Bob High, Am49:24:1p13

User Beware - Anarchy Reigns on the IGS, Am49:27:2p14

Vacation In Paradise; Joel Sanet, Am49:18:3p27

Vice President's Memo, Am49:09:3p03

Walking Stones - Going For the Go(ld); Peter Shotwell, Am49:29:1p22

Waylaid By Wei-Chi; Dan Deneen, Am49:26:4p13

We Must All Publicize Go, Am49:13:4,5,6p38

What Is The American Go Foundation, Am49:26:2p38

What You Think (Or What We Think You Think); Roy Laird, Am49:27:2p16

Who We Are: A Membership Survey, Am49:22:4p13

Why's Your Rating; AGA, Am49:24:4p38

OBITUARY

A Tragic Loss: Brian Castledine, Am49:14:1p02

Dr. Robert M. Ryder, March 8, 1915 - July 21, 1994, Am49:28:4p03

In Memoriam: Karl Davis Robinson, Am49:08:4p64

In Memoriam: Richard C. Blanchfield, Am55:00:1p02

Jack Schwartz, Am64:01:2p02

Obituaries - James Varela, Dr. Gilbert Rosenthal, John Barrs, Am64:05:2p03

Obituary - Deborah Osborne, Am49:22:1p07

Obituary - Dr. Ralph H. Fox, Am49:09:2p03

Obituary - Edward Lasker (1885-1981): An Appreciation; Gerald E. Pinto, Am49:16:1p06

Obituary - Felix Khuner 1907-1991, Am49:25:2,3p06

Obituary - Harry Gonshor 1928-1991, Am49:25:2,3p06

Obituary - M. Cohen, Am64:05:3p06

Obituary - Mitsuo Horiguchi; Robert M. Ryder, Am49:24:1p05

Obituary - Susumu Yasumura, Am49:24:2p04

Obituary - Walt McKibben 1926-1994, Am49:29:1p12

Robert Gordon High 1946-1993; Roy Laird, Am49:27:1p03

The Passing of "The Great Kitani", Am49:11:4p05

We Regret: Obituary Bowles, Joseph P., Am49:01:1p07

PROBLEMS

10 Problems, Am49:01:1p01b

37 Hours With A Superb Go Teacher; Phil Straus, Am49:23:4p20

5 X 5 Go; James Davies, Am49:28:2p09

6 x 6 Go; James Davies, Am49:29:1p17

A New Lincoln Memorial; Nakayama Noriyuki, recorded by Phil Straus, Am49:28:4p19

Answer to Cover Problem, Am49:09:1p17, Am49:09:2p11, Am49:09:4p04, Am49:09:5p02, Am49:09:6p07, Am49:10:1p08, Am49:10:2p05, Am49:10:3p11, Am49:10:4p07, Am49:10:5p10, Am49:10:6p05, Am49:11:1p08, Am49:11:2p10, Am49:11:3p15, Am49:11:5p24, Am49:12:1p20, Am49:12:2p23, Am49:12:3,4p43, Am49:13:2p33, Am49:13:3p24, Am49:14:1p28, Am49:14:5,6p48, Am49:15:1p23, Am49:15:4p40, Am49:16:2p32, Am49:17:3p27

Answer To Cover Problem; Fujisawa, Am49:11:4p22

Answer to Cover Problem; Shimoda, Am49:09:3p15

Answer to Ladder Problem, Am49:15:2,3p43


Answer To Problem on Page 21, Ja54:02:3p24

Answer To Problem on Page 27, Ja54:02:4p32

Answer to the Chosei problem (v04:2p13), Am49:04:2p18

Answers To Kim's Killers, Am49:21:4p46

Answers to Nakayama Problems, Am49:19:1p24

Answers to Problems, Am49:05:2p25

Answers to Problems Continued, Am49:05:2p29

Answers to Problems on Page 2, Am49:05:1p13

Answers to Problems on page 23, Am49:07:1,2p31

Answers To Problems on Page 3, Am49:04:1p16

Answers To Problems on page 33, Ja54:02:5p40

Answers To Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:25:2,3p69

Beware of an Automatic Answer; Magari, Am49:09:1p15

Chinese Problems, Am49:20:2p14

Corner Positions Leading to Ko, Seki, or Capture; Bruno Ruger, Am49:02:1p13

Cover Problem, Am49:09:1p00a, Am49:09:2p00a, Am49:09:3p00a, Am49:09:4p00a, Am49:09:5p00a, Am49:09:6p00a, Am49:10:1p00a, Am49:10:2p00a, Am49:10:3p00a, Am49:10:4p00a, Am49:10:5p00a, Am49:10:6p00a, Am49:11:1p00a, Am49:11:2p00a, Am49:11:3p00a, Am49:11:4p00a, Am49:11:5p00a, Am49:11:6p00a, Am49:12:1p00a, Am49:12:2p00a, Am49:12:3,4p00a, Am49:12:5,6p00a, Am49:13:1p00a, Am49:13:2p00a, Am49:13:3p00a, Am49:14:1p00a, Am49:14:5,6p00b, Am49:15:1p00b, Am49:15:4p00b, Am49:16:2p00b, Am49:17:3p00b

Does the Ladder Work? Problem, Am49:15:2,3p35

East Coast Chinro, Am49:19:1p21

Enjoyable Self-Test; Rin Kai Ho (Meijin), Am49:09:1p11

Fun Go Tests; Sakata, Am49:10:2p05

Go Seigen Leads In Matches, Ja54:02:5p40

How To Choose Joseki Part 2; Yi-lun Yang, in collaboration with Phil Straus, Am49:27:1p28

How To Choose Joseki; Yi-lun Yang, in collaboration with Phil Straus, Am49:26:4p20

Igo Test 4th Kyu, Am49:09:3p16

Igo Test For 8th Kyu; Rin Meijin, Am49:09:2p15

In Praise of Tsume Go (Life and Death) Part 1; Nobuaki Maeda, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:21:4p42

In Praise of Tsume Go Part 2 - How Beginners Should Study Life and Death Problems; Bob Terry, Am49:25:4p18

In Praise of Tsume Go Part 2 - Solutions; Bob Terry, Am49:25:4p32

Jim's Journal: Attacking; James Kerwin, Am49:25:1p20

Jim's Journal: How To Use Power; James Kerwin, Am49:24:4p17

Jim's Journal: Part 2 - Finish The Opening; James Kerwin, Am49:23:3p21

Jim's Journal: Part 3 - Attack The Frontiers; James Kerwin, Am49:24:1p30

Jim's Journal: Playing On The Frontiers Part II; James Kerwin, Am49:24:3p22

Jimmy Cha's Challenge, Am49:23:4p12

Killers By Kim, Am49:21:4p36, Am49:22:1p16, Am49:22:2p24, Am49:22:3p12, Am49:22:4p22

Killers by Kim - Answers, Am49:22:1p35, Am49:22:2p26, Am49:22:3p35, Am49:22:4p24

Last Dango in Rochester - Solution; Bob High, Am49:25:2,3p70

Last Dango in Rochester; Bob High, Am49:25:2,3p24

Life & Death from A to Z Solutions, Am49:22:1p36, Am49:22:2p27, Am49:22:3p40, Am49:22:4p25, Am49:23:1p25, Am49:23:2p26, Am49:24:2p35, Am49:24:4p37, Am49:25:1p37

Life and Death From A to Z, (A,B,C); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:1p17

Life and Death From A to Z, (D,E,F); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:2p25

Life and Death From A to Z, (G,H,I); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:3p13

Life and Death From A to Z, (J,K,L); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:22:4p23

Life and Death From A to Z, (M,N,O); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:23:1p19

Life and Death From A to Z, (P,Q,R); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:23:2p22

Life and Death From A to Z, (S,T,U); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:24:2p17

Life and Death From A to Z, (V,W,X); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:24:4p16

Life and Death From A to Z, (Y,Z); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-DAo Lin, Am49:25:1p19

Life In B League; Janice Kim, Am49:29:1p31

Look For Effective Cuts; Kano, Am49:09:1p12

Maeda's Life and Death Answer to Problem, Am49:21:4p48

One Point Igo Lessons, Am49:09:4p14

Presidential Problems Part 1: Winning a Won Game, Am49:27:4p21

Problem, Ja54:02:3p21

Problems, Am49:02:1p05, Am49:02:3p41, Am49:03:3p43, Am49:05:1p02, Am49:05:3p39, Am49:06:1p07, Am49:07:1,2p23, Am49:07:3p41, Am49:08:4p60, Ja54:02:4p27, Ja54:02:5p33

Problems - Aggressive Attitude, Am49:01:3p38

Problems - Connecting Groups, Am49:01:4p54


Problems - Saving Threatened Groups, Am49:01:2p18

Problems from the magazine Ki-en, Am49:03:2p03

Problems Solutions, Am49:05:3p47

Problems; Koshi Takashima, Am49:05:2p24

Rin's Igo Tests, Am49:09:4p12, Am49:09:5p11

Rin's Igo Tests For 6th Kyus, Am49:10:2p08

Sakata's Igo Tests (4th Kyu), Am49:10:1p12

Sakata's One Point IGo Lessons, Am49:09:5p14, Am49:09:6p14

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 1; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:25:2,3p33

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 2; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:25:4p19

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 3; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:1p23

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 4; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:2p20

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 5; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:3p28

Sensei Yang's Life and Death Part 6; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:27:3p19

So What were the answers to those Bill and Jill problems, anyway?, Am49:29:2p38

Solution To Cover Problem; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p39

Solution to Kerwin Problem, Am49:23:3p24

Solution to New Year Problem, Am49:26:1p3736

Solution to The Swan and the 1000 Miles, Am49:19:4p31

Solutions of Problems, Am49:01:2p30, Am49:01:4p64, Am49:02:1p16

Solutions to Chinese Problems, Am49:20:2p27

Solutions To Instant Go Problems; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p38

Solutions To Kobayashi Problems, Am49:19:2p31

Solutions to Problems, Am49:01:3p48, Am49:02:3p48, Am49:03:3p46, Am49:06:1p08

Solutions to Problems (given on page 41), Am49:07:3p37

Solutions To Problems on page 55, Am49:03:4p51

Solutions To Problems; James Kerwin, Am49:24:3p39

Solutions To Three Go Problems, Am49:27:1p36

Solutions to Yang's Life and Death (from p.23); Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:1p36

Solutions to Yang's Life and Death; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:26:2p36, Am49:26:3p38, Am49:27:3p38, Am49:28:1p38, Am49:28:4p38, Am49:29:1p46

Tesuji to Get Stronger; Fujisawa, Am49:09:1p15


The Swan and 1000 Miles, Am49:19:3p29

Three Go Problems; Ye-hui Wang, Translated by Steven Lo, Am49:27:1p20

Three Problems - A "Meta-Game" Analysis; Jim Kerwin, Am49:29:2p15

Tsume Go For Dan Players; Kada, Am49:09:1p10

Two Problems By a Chinese Emperor; Lien-sheng Yang, Am49:04:1p08

Which Moves are Bad; Takagawa, Am49:11:5p06

Yang's Life and Death Part 7; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:27:4p10

Yang's Life and Death Part 8; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:28:1p13

Yang's Life and Death Part 9; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:28:4p25, Am49:29:1p35

Yang's Life And Death: Solution (from p. 19), Am49:25:4p36

Yang's Life and Death: Solutions; Yi-lun Yang, Translated by Chen-dao Lin, Am49:27:4p38

PROVERBS

Batman and Robin, Am49:22:4p40

Go Kiburi Meets Dracula; Fred Hansen, Am49:24:2p40

Go Kiburi On The Planet Of The Apes, Am49:23:2p40

Go Proverbs Devastated, Am49:17:4p07, Am49:18:1p09, Am49:18:1p17, Am49:18:3p21, Am49:19:2p12, Am49:19:4p23, Am49:22:4p40, Am49:23:1p40, Am49:23:2p40, Am49:24:2p40

Go Proverbs Illustrated and Explained Part 1; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:08:1p01

Go Proverbs Illustrated and Explained Part 2; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:08:2p28

Go Receives His Just Reward, Am49:23:1p40

The Adventures of Go Kiburi, Am49:23:1p40

The Africa Joke, Am49:23:2p40

The Tetrahedron, Am49:22:4p40

RATINGS

A Request From the Rating Coordinator; Dave Relson, Am49:13:4,5,6p51, Am49:14:5,6p11, Am49:15:1p12, Am49:17:2p20, Am49:17:4p31

AGA Point Rating System, Am64:02:6p08

AGA Rating Readout, Am49:11:4p23

American Rating System, Am64:01:1p03

Club and Rating News, Am49:19:4p26

Go Rating Systems Continued; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:2p02

Go Rating Systems; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:1p04

How Much Stronger Are Professional Players; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p14

Inside The AGA Rating System; Paul Matthews, Am49:24:2p19

Kyu & Dan, Am49:06:1p08


Notes on the Rating System; Art O'Leary, Am49:11:5p21

Numerical Go Ratings & Some Meanings; Art O'Leary, Am49:10:2p10

On Provisional Ratings; Art O'Leary, Am49:10:3p15

Ranking Readout, Am49:13:3p25

Rating Readout, Am49:10:3p15, Am49:11:1p16, Am49:11:2p16, Am49:11:5p24, Am49:11:6p24, Am49:12:2p24, Am49:12:3,4p44, Am49:12:5,6p40, Am49:13:1p33, Am49:13:4,5,6p57, Am49:14:1p32, Am49:14:4p24, Am49:15:1p24, Am49:15:4p41, Am49:16:1p32, Am49:16:3p33, Am49:16:4p33, Am49:17:2p32, Am49:17:4p32, Am49:18:3p31, Am49:20:3p32

Rating Report, Am49:10:1p17, Am49:10:2p16, Am49:11:3p16, Am49:12:1p23

Rating System Report, Am49:11:4p03

Ratings, Am49:10:4p16, Am49:10:5p17

Ratings Are What You Make Them; Paul Matthews, Am49:29:2p18

Ratings Change, Am49:15:1p04, Am49:16:2p07, Am49:16:3p25

Ratings Issue Heats Up - National Committee Formed, Am49:21:2p04

Ratings Notice, Am49:15:4p40

Ratings Notice; Dave Relson, Am49:15:5,6p33

Schedule of Points, Grand Tournament of Professional Masters of Nippon Kiin, Am49:03:4p51

Simplified Rating System; Art O'Leary, Am49:11:1p15

Testing Your Strength - Part 1: Understanding Kadoban; Wayne Nelson and Bob High, Am49:25:2,3p56

The AGA National Rating System, Am49:10:1p13

The AGA Rating System; David Relson, Am49:13:4,5,6p53

The Amateur Rating System In Japan, Am49:21:1p13

The Day of the "7-Dan"?; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p16

The European System, Am64:02:1p05

The Japan Professional System, Am49:23:1p10

The Japanese and American Rating System, Am64:02:1p05

The Japanese Professional Rating System, Am64:02:1p05

The Point System, Am64:02:1p05

Three Ways to Kadoban; Roy Laird, Am49:19:1p11

Understanding Kadoban - Part 2: Match Play; Wayne Nelson and Bob High, Am49:26:2p29

What's Your Rating? Part 1 - Ranks; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p08

What's Your Rating? Part 1 - Ratings; Roy Laird, Am49:23:1p12

Rt

10 In a Row: The Tenth World Amateur Go Championship; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:22:3p09

14th Annual New Jersey Championships 1973, Am64:07:1p02

1969 Western Honinbo Title won by Shigeo Matsubara, Am64:03:2p03

1971 European Go Congress, Am64:05:2p03

1972 New York Go Tournament, Am64:06:2p04

1973 International Team Tournament, Am49:09:1p06

1973 New York State Open, Am49:09:1p16

1974 Maryland Open Championship Results, Am49:10:1p16

1974 New Jersey Open, Am49:09:2p04

1975 Pennsylvania State Open Championship Results, Am49:10:3p05

1975 Telex Go Match vs China, Am49:11:1p02

1976 Sino-American Telex Match; Terry Benson, Am49:12:3,4p29

1976 Tournament Champions, Am49:11:6p09

1978 American Championship, Am49:13:2p09

1978 American Go Championships, Am49:13:1p03, Am49:13:3p02

1978 Canadian Open Go Championships, Am49:14:1p11

1978 China-Japan Exchange, Am49:14:3p20

1978 U.S. Championships, Am49:13:4,5,6p06

1979 New York State Go Championships; Jerry Pinto, Am49:14:3p08

1979 Western U.S. Go Championship, Am49:14:4p06

1980 Baltimore Midwinter Handicap Tournament, Am49:15:4p14

1980 U.S. Championships, Am49:15:2,3p03

1980 United States Championships; Terry Benson, Am49:15:4p10

1980 World Amateur Championships, Am49:14:3p05

1981 Massachusetts Spring Open, Am49:16:1p11

1981 World Amateur Championship Report, Am49:16:1p15

1982 BC Open Go Championship, Am49:17:1p05

1982 Greater Washington Fall Go Tournament, Am49:17:3p07

1982 Maryland Open, Am49:17:2p03

1982 Massachusetts Spring Open, Am49:16:4p15

1982 Quebec Open Championship; Tibor Bognar, Am49:16:4p04

1983 Canadian Open Go Championships, Am49:18:2p03

1983 Massachusetts Spring Open, Am49:18:1p09

1985 Westerns, Am49:19:4p16

1992 AGA National Board Meeting, Am49:26:3p18

1992 Fujitsu Scoreboard, Am49:27:1p10

1992 Ing Cup Winners, Am49:26:3p11

1992 North American Fujitsu, Am49:27:1p10

1992 Winners Circle, Am49:26:3p16

19th Annual New Jersey Open, Am49:13:2p04

1st Edward Lasker Memorial Tournament, Am49:16:1p06

20th Annual New Jersey Championships; Bob Ryder, Am49:14:1p10

20th European Go Congress; Terry Benson, Am49:11:5p08

2nd Fujitsu Cup - North American Playoffs in Seattle; Bill Camp, Am49:22:4p10

46 Players Attend The First Western U.S. Go Championships in Berkeley, Am49:13:1p01

5th Annual Maryland Open Draws 34 Players, Am49:13:3p03

A Capital Tournament; Ken Koester, Am49:16:3p05

A New Montreal Go Tournament, Am49:16:1p14

AGA, Yoong-Ang Daily News, and Yomiuri Shinbun Sponsor Team Match, Am49:13:3p03

Alberta Open Draws 44 Players, Am49:13:2p05

American Go Tournament Circuit Standings, Am49:27:3p37

An Exercise In Logistics and Faith, Am49:29:1p14

ANGLO-USSR Telephone Match, Am49:13:4,5,6p31

Ann Arbor Go Club Spring Tournament, Am49:13:2p08

Ann Arbor Spring Tournament, Am49:16:2p32

Ann Arbor Spring Tournaments End Tied, Am49:13:3p03

Ann Arbor Tournament, Am49:14:3p09

Ann Arbor Winter Handicap Tournament, Am49:13:2p06

Ann Arbor Winter Tournament, Am49:15:1p06

Ann Arbor's Winter Icebreaker, Am49:20:3p03

Announcing the First Annual Gold Hill Open Go Tournament, Am49:13:2p08

Annual Father and Son Tournament Won by Horiguchis, Am64:02:5p03

Annual Portland Tournament, Am49:18:4p05

Baltimore Go Club News, Am49:14:5,6p04

Baltimore Mid-Winter Tournament, Am49:13:2p04

Baltimore Tournament, Am49:14:3p09

Baubles, Bangles, and Beads, Am49:17:3p06

Bell Labs Finally Wins One From IBM at the Game of Go, Am64:05:1p06

Bi-coastal Cherry Blossoms, Am49:21:2p03

Boston Breaks Attendance Record, Am49:20:3p04

Boston, SF, Philly, Denver, Am49:21:2p28

BTL Beats IBM in Annual Match 3-2, Am64:07:2p05

Canadian Championship Tremendous Success, Am49:17:2p05

Canadian Championship; Terry Benson, Am49:15:5,6p05

China Defeats United States in First International Telex Go Match, Am49:10:6p02

China Wins New York International Go Championship, Am64:04:1p04


Cleveland Dog Days Regional, Am49:18:2p03

Cleveland's Carlson Open, Am49:18:4p04

Clobbered Again! Bell Labs loses again to IBM for the 6th time, Am64:03:3p04

Crazy Go, Am49:26:3p15

Denver Debut, Am49:20:3p05

Denver Korean Association, Am49:18:2p03

Dr Matsutomo is U.S. Eastern Honinbo for 1967, Am64:01:2p01

East Coast Tournament Charts, Am49:09:6p16

Eastern Honinbo & US Kyu Championship, Am49:09:6p12

Eastern Honinbo Tournament Report, Am49:09:6p02

Eastern Honinbo Won By Kang, Am49:11:5p02

Eastern Inter-Club Handicap Tournament, Am49:09:6p13

Eastern U.S. Championship - C.S. Shen Defeats Matsuda in Final Round, Am49:08:2p17

Eastern U.S. Championship Al Fresco, Am49:20:2p07

Eastern U.S. Go Championships, Am49:13:1p28

Easterns; Peter Shotwell, Am49:19:1p09

End To A Successful Tour: Isamu Haruyama, Yasumasa Hane, Am49:10:3p03

Even The Blossoms !! A Report on the Northern Virginia Cherry Blossom Tournament; Ken Koester, Am49:16:4p07

Fantasylair '83, Am49:17:3p04

First Annual Baltimore Korean Open, Am49:13:1p02

First Annual Long Island Open, Am49:13:2p03

First Annual Sen Suzuki Tournament Results, Am49:16:2p05

First British National Schools Team Go Championships, Am49:15:2,3p48

First Canadian Go Tournament, Am64:03:3p04

First Canadian Open Draws 48, Am49:13:4,5,6p25

First Go Match by Long-Distance Telephone; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:4p03

First Inter-City Club Competition - Tele-Tsuke Will Link Cleveland and Baltimore, Am49:21:2p05

Foreigner's Tournament In Tokyo Won By The Foreigners, Am64:05:3p05

Fourth World Youth Championship In Hong Kong - Two From L.A. Will Represent North America, Am49:21:2p04

Friendship Matches, Am49:26:3p13

Gardena Go Club Tournament, Am64:02:4p05

Gardena Go Handicap Tournament, Am64:06:3p05

Go in Cleveland, San Diego, Ottawa, Am49:14:2p05

Go in Madison, Am49:14:3p09

Go in Oregon, Am49:17:1p04

Go in Ottawa, Am49:17:1p04

Go in Vancouver: Summer, '82 Highlights; Roy Langston, Am49:17:3p05

Go Summer Camp 1978 In Sweden with Toshiaki Nagahara, Am49:13:2p09

Go West, Young Person, Am49:26:3p06

Grand Finale, Am49:26:3p15

Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:14:5,6p04

Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament; John Goon, Am49:15:5,6p30

Half A World Away, The 1st World Youth Wei-Ch'i Championship, Am49:18:4p18

Hamajima Wins U.S. Eastern Honinbo Tournament, Am64:07:2p04

Handicap Tournament Results, Am49:26:3p17

Handicap Tournament: Team Match West Virginia University vs Greater Washington Area, Am49:14:2p05

Hollyhock Go Workshop 1992; Robert LaFleche, Am49:26:3p04

Honinbo Montreal, Am49:15:2,3p04

Horguchi-Ryder Father and Son Matches, Am64:06:1p03

IBM and BTL held their first tournament, Am64:00:2p01

IBM Beats BTL Again in Annual Match, Am64:06:3p07

Indiana University Club News, Am49:14:5,6p05

Indiana University Holds "The Hoosier Hasty", Am49:12:3,4p06

Inter-City Computer Go, Am49:17:3p32

Is There Go In Denver, Am49:15:2,3p06

Japan-China NEC Super Go, Am49:20:1p08

Japan-China Super Go, Am49:19:4p21

Japanese/Korean Team Match, Am49:13:3p03

Jujo's Bootcamp 3; Chris Garlock, Am49:28:3p10

Kansas City Hosts Championships, Am49:20:3p05

Korean Tournament Draws 47 Players, Am49:13:2p03

Korean Tournaments, Am49:13:1p29

Largest U.S. Championships Ever Pick 1980 World Amateur Team Members, Am49:14:4p04

Late and Great News from the 7th World Amateur Championships, Am49:19:2p03

Leeds Grammar Successfuly Defend Their Title; Stuart Dowsey, Am49:16:3p11

Let's Go!; None Redmond, Am49:29:2p31

Lightning Tournament, Am49:26:3p13

Manhattan Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:17:2p04

Manhattan Go Club Fall Tournament; Roy Laird, Am49:15:5,6p16

Maryland Open Tournament - First Round, Am49:11:4p17

Maryland Open Tournament Report, Am49:10:4p02

Maryland Open; Roy Laird, Am49:14:3p05

Mass Appeal - The Third US Go Congress, Am49:21:4p18

Mass Go Association Fall Handicap Tournament, Am49:17:3p27

Massachusetts Fall and Winter Open, Am49:15:2,3p48

Massachusetts Go Association Report, Am64:03:3p05

Massachusetts Winter Tournament, Am64:03:2p06

Matsuda Holds 1972 New Jersey Open Championship in Go, Hamajima New Jersey Champion, Am64:06:1p03

Matsuda Holds North American Honinbo Title by 1/2 Point, Am64:06:3p03

Matsuda Regains U.S. Eastern Go Championship, Am64:04:1p03

Matsuda Wins New York Go Championship, Am64:02:4p04

Matsuda Wins U.S. Eastern Go Championship for Sixth Time, Am64:02:5p02

Matsuda, Fox, Shao, and Wei Winners in New Jersey Tournament, Am64:03:1p02

Miami and Texas Debut, Am49:21:2p03

Michigan Open has 20 Entrants, Am49:12:3,4p06

Midwest Honinbo on Warpath, Am64:03:2p04

More U.S. Championship Scenes, Am49:17:2p06

Mountain View Go Club Handicap Tournament, Am49:18:2p04

Murray Hill Go Club Tournament, Am64:02:5p04, Am64:05:2p02

National Amateur Champions to be Brought to Japan, Am49:13:2p09

New Jersey Go Tournament Won by Matsuda and Ryder, Am64:04:1p05

New Jersey Go Tournament; Bob Ryder, Am49:16:4p03

New Mexico Go Association Spring Handicap Tournament, Am49:13:3p03

New Mexico Go Association Winter Handicap Tournament, Am49:13:2p04

New Mexico State Championships, Am49:13:2p09

New Portland Go Club Championship Tournament; Peter Freedman, Am49:15:1p07

New Portland Go Club Tournament; Peter Freedman, Am49:14:4p07

New Portland Go Club Weekend Tournament, Am49:14:3p09

New York - Massachusetts Tournament, Am64:02:6p07

New York Championship Regained By Matsuda, Am64:05:3p03

New York Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:14:5,6p04

New York Go Club January Tournament, Am64:02:2p01

New York Go Club Spring Tournament, Am49:14:2p04

New York Open Go Tournament, Am49:13:3p03

New York State Go Championship 1972, Am64:06:3p03

New York State Open Draws 46 Players, Am49:17:1p03


New York State Open Draws Top Field, Am49:16:1p24

New York State Open Won by Matsuda, Am49:13:3p03

New York Tournament, Am49:03:2p18

New York's Big Spring Open; Terry Benson, Am49:16:1p09

NJ Open At Rutgers, Am49:21:2p03

North America's World Youth Championship Representatives Chosen, Am49:20:2p04

Northern Virginia Spring Go Tournament; Ken Koester, Am49:16:1p10

Notes on the Third World Amateur Championship; Ron Snyder, Am49:16:1p16

November Contest in San Francisco, Am49:19:4p03

On The Oregon Trail - The Eighth US Go Congress, Am49:26:3p10

Organizing The International Esperantist Go-League; Hiroshi Inouye, Am49:14:3p24

Other Local Tournaments: New York, Denver Intermountain, Denver Spring Tournament, Rafu Kiin, Whippany, Murray Hill, Am64:02:6p07

Ottawa Go Tournament; John Katic, Am49:13:1p29

Pacific Open Charts, Am49:09:6p04

Pasadena Go Club Summer Tournament, Am64:02:5p04

People's Republic of China Tour, Am49:15:2,3p03

Playing On a Large Scale - The First U.S. Go Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:19:4p09

Portland Tournament Report, Am49:16:1p16

Prizewinners 1987 US Go Congress, Am49:21:4p32

Rafu Kiin Handicap Tournament, Am64:05:3p03, Am64:06:3p04

Rafu Kiin, Los Angeles Annual Nisei Week Festival Tournament, Am64:02:5p04

Report On The 1975 New Jersey Open Championship Tournament; RM Ryder, Am49:10:2p15

Report on the New Jersey Go Tournament; Bob Ryder, Am49:15:2,3p23

Results of New York Go Championships, Matusda Holds 1969 New York Go Championship, Ronald Snyder is Kyu Champion, Nidan Championship is a Triple Tie, Am64:03:3p03

Rin and O Tour, Am49:19:4p16

Rogue Valley Tournament, Am49:14:4p07

Sake To Me, Am49:22:2p06

San Francisco Quarterly Tournament, Am49:15:5,6p04

San Francisco's Winter Winners, Am49:22:2p06

Schenectady Go Club, Am49:10:3p04

Seattle Sheraton Sponsors U.S. Professional Event, Am49:22:3p14

Seattle Tournament Draws 28 Entrants, Am49:16:1p31

Second Annual IBM and BTL Tournament, Am64:00:5p01


Second Annual Inter Ethnic Cleveland Go Tournament, Am49:17:2p13

Second Annual L.A. Baduk Club Championship; Les Lanphear, Am49:16:3p03

Second International Go Tournament, Am64:00:3p01

Second U.S. International Go Tournament, Am64:05:3p02

Second U.S. Telephone Match Won by Washington Club, Am64:02:5p03

Seinan Go Kaisha Handicap Tournament, Am64:05:3p04

Self-Paired Handicap, Am49:26:3p13

Sen Suzuki Settles Seattle, Am49:15:2,3p05

Shibata Wins New York Go Championship, Am64:05:1p05

Shin Kang Defeats Shigeo Matsuhara for U.S. Title, Am49:13:4,5,6p13

Sixth Annual New Jersey Go Tournament, Am64:00:4p01

Soon Leads In New Jersey Go Tournament 1968, Am64:02:2p01

Soon Wins New Jersey Open "Go" Championship 1968, Ryder Wins New Jersey Part, Am64:02:3p01

Southern California Inaugural, Am49:17:3p05

Southern California Open, Am49:15:5,6p29

Southern California Open & Southern California Handicap, Am49:15:4p03

Summer Go In Boulder; Skip Ascheim, Am49:17:4p07

Summer Tournament Scene, Am49:21:3p03

Surprises At The European Go Congress, Am49:13:4,5,6p26

Takao Matsuda Again Wins North American Noninbo Title, Am64:04:1p03

Takao Matsuda Wins North American Honinbo Title, Am64:02:6p02

The "Day Off", Am49:26:3p13

The 1979 European Go Congress; Terry Benson, Am49:14:5,6p42

The 1980 Canadian National Championship, Am49:15:1p03

The 1980 Canadian National Championships, Am49:15:2,3p03

The 1980 Maryland Tournament, Am49:15:2,3p21

The 1982 European Go Congress, Am49:17:2p23

The 1983 Montreal Honinbo Tournament, Am49:18:1p04

The 1983 Quebec Open Championship, Am49:18:1p05

The 1984 Canadian Open, Am49:19:1p04

The 1984 European Go Congress; Dave Weimer, Am49:19:1p22

The 1984 U.S. Championships, Am49:19:1p09

The 1986 Eastern US Championship - Stones Rustling in An Empty Sky, Am49:20:4p06

The 1992 Amateur Pairs Tournament; Janice Kim, Am49:27:1p18

The 1992 Cotsen Open, Am49:26:4p06

The 1993 Fujitsu Tournament, Am49:27:4p05

The 1993 International Pair Go Championship, Am49:28:1p06


The 1993 US Go Congress, Am49:27:3p05

The 2nd Annual Amateur Go Championship, Am49:14:5,6p10

The 2nd Quebec Open Tournament; Tibor Bognar, Am49:15:2,3p24

The 4th World Amateur Go Championship; Tibor Bognar, Am49:16:4p05

The Ann Arbor One-Day, Six Round Tournament: An Instant Pairing System; Dewey G. Cornell, Am49:19:4p06

The Canterbury Go Congress, Am49:26:4p16

The Challenger's Tournament, Am64:01:2p01

The Eighth World Amateur Championship; Barbara Calhoun, Am49:20:3p09

The European Go Congress; John Beckett, Am49:18:2p11

The First Open Go Championship of the Province of Quebec; Matthias Thim, Am49:14:4p08

The First Southern California Open Go Tournament, Am49:18:1p04

The First World Amateur Go Championship; Terry Benson, Am49:14:2p08

The Fourth US Go Congress; Roy Laird & Phil Straus, Am49:22:3p16

The Kisei In New York, Am49:22:4p08

The Maryland Open, Am49:12:3,4p05, Am49:13:2p08

The Midwest Handicap Tournament, Am49:18:1p05

The More The Merrier: Nine Regional Tournaments Welcome Spring, Am49:21:2p03

The New York Championship & New York Handicap Championship, Am49:12:2p05

The New York Go Club - Zen Go Circle Match; Jerry Pinto, Am49:14:1p12

The Ninth World Amateur Go Championships; Haskell Small, Am49:21:3p07

The North American Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:12:1p04

The Ontario Open; Pat Thompson, Am49:15:4p30

The Pairs Championship Playoff, Am49:26:3p11

The Philadelphia Team Tournament, Am49:12:3,4p05

The Second Ing Cup Tournament, Am49:26:3p10

The Second Quebec Open Tournament, Am49:14:5,6p02, Am49:15:1p06

The Second US Go Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:20:4p13

The Second Year of the World Amateur Championships; Terry Benson, Am49:15:2,3p07

The Third U.S. Go Congress, Am49:21:2p08

The Toronto Open, Am49:15:1p07

The United States Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:12:2p03

The US Open, Am49:26:3p10

Third Annual Maryland Open - Biggest and Best Yet, Am49:11:4p06

Third Annual Maryland Open Go Championships, Am49:11:3p02

Third International Team Tournament, Am64:06:2p04

Third Quebec Open, Am49:15:5,6p04, Am49:16:1p24

Third U.S. Chinese Tour, Am49:20:1p08

Third World Youth Wei-ch'i Championships; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:20:4p09

Three players from Midwest challenge Eastern Players, Am64:00:5p01

Three Tie In Ann Arbor, Am49:17:3p08

Toronto Open, Am49:20:3p04

Tournamania! - Have You Played In a Tournament This Year, Am49:20:3p03

Tournament Briefs, Am49:12:2p05

Tournament Results, Am64:02:1p01, Am64:02:3p05

Tournament Results: New York Go Club, New Jersey Go Club, Am64:01:3p02

Twelfth Annual New Jersey "Go" Championship, Am64:05:2p02

U.S. Championship Prizes, Am49:17:2p07

U.S. Championships, Am49:18:4p05

U.S. Eastern Honinbo Tournament, Am64:02:4p01

U.S. Western Honinbo Championship, Am64:02:5p01

United States Championship Won by Charles Huh, Am49:16:3p04

United States Championships - Labor Day Weekend - September 5th & 6th, Am49:16:1p04

United States Championships Report, Am49:16:2p03

Unusual Tournament Held in Tokyo, Am64:02:6p06

US Circuit Enters Third Cycle, Am49:27:3p18

Vintage Go '82, Am49:17:1p05

Washington 1978 Fall Tournament, Am49:14:1p09

Washington's Other Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:28:4p04

West Coast Champion Wins North American Honinbo for 1st Time, Am49:12:1p09

Western Honinbo Tournament Won by S. Matsubara, Am64:04:1p03

Western U.S. Go Championships, Am49:13:1p27

Westerns; Joe Walters & Les Lanphear, Am49:19:1p09

World Youth Tournament, Am49:18:2p04

Young Kwon wins U.S. Eastern Championship 1969, Am64:03:2p02

Youth Championship Playoff, Am49:20:1p04

Yugoslav Go Team Visits U.S.A., Am64:04:1p06

RULES

A Comparison Between The Rules of Wei-Ch'i and Go; C.C. Ing, Am49:04:1p01

A Rule For Seki, Am49:07:1,2p32

An Introduction To Go Part I; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:1p01c

An Introduction To Go Part II; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:2p17

An Introduction To Go Part III; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:3p33

Anomalous Situation - A Letter to the Editor; Lien-sheng Yang, Am49:04:1p09

Bent-4 In The Corner - A Controversial Rule; Don Wiener, Am49:15:2,3p30

Chinese Rule; Bill Spight, Am49:12:3,4p27

Comment; Shimada Takuji, "Igo Kempo", Am49:01:3p43

Comments On "The Laws of Wei-Ch'i" and a Counterproposal; William F. Mann, Am49:11:1p10

Ikeda's Rules; Bob High, Am49:26:2p18

Ing Rules Discussion, Am49:28:4p18

Official AGA Rules for Playing Go by Telephone, Am64:02:6pAppendix

On Running A Go Tournament Part 1; R.M. Ryder, Am64:01:3p03

On Running A Go Tournament Part 3; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:1p03

On Running A Go Tournament Part 4; R.M. Ryder, Am64:02:4p06

On the Proposed American Rules for the Game of Go, Am64:07:2p07

Playing By The Rules; Roy Laird, Am49:24:2p09

Prize Idea, Am49:14:5,6p46

Proposed Rules, Am64:07:2pAppendix

Protocol: How To Act at a Professional Simultaneous Event, Am49:21:4p28

Rules For Playing Go by Telephone, Am64:02:5p04

Rules for Selection of An International Go Team To Represent America in any Tournament held in 1965, Am64:00:4p02

Rules of Pair Go, Am49:26:1p11

Rules; Steinbook, Max, Am49:01:1p01d

The Ing Rules, Am49:18:4p20

The Structure of Go; Karl Davis Robinson, Am49:04:3p47

What Do You Mean, I Have To Make Another Move?, Am49:26:2p16

SONGS

A Mighty Thickness, Am49:24:3p18

Do Not So Gently Offer To Resign, Am49:27:1p39

Go Parodies 1987, Am49:21:4p22

Hane, Hane; Mike Ryan, Am49:25:2,3p23

How Many Games?; Roy Laird, Am49:24:1p40

I've Got Ko Threats, Am49:24:3p18

Lament On A Pilgrimage; Michael Ryan, Am49:27:1p06

Memorabilia of a Go Congress (Go Songs); Terry Benson, Am49:11:6p16

Play Me Honest (Song), Am49:23:2p37

Sensei's Knife; Ken Koester, Am49:25:2,3p23

Silly Songs Sung in Korea, Am49:23:2p37

Tesuji (Song), Am49:20:4p11

The 1989 US Go Congress Song "Turkey in The Straw", Am49:23:3p36

The Amateur's Song (Song), Am49:20:4p10


The Ko Player's Lament (Song), Am49:23:2p37

The Kos; Bob High, Am49:25:4p38

The Light-Hearted Banter; Mike Ryan, Am49:28:4p13

The Major Windler (Song), Am49:20:4p11

The Maven; Roy Laird, Am49:26:1p38

To Fight (Song), Am49:23:2p37

Two New Silly Go Songs, Am49:24:3p18

Visiting A Country Temple on a Winter Day, Am49:17:3p30

STRATEGY

Advanced Strategy Part 1; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:06:2p17

Advanced Strategy Part 2; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:06:3p42

Advanced Strategy Part 3; Kaku Takagawa, Am49:06:4p55

An American Benefactor - The 1990 Cotsen Open; Bob Terry, Am49:24:3p27

Go in The City Of Peace; Bob High, Am49:24:2p06

On "Sente" and "Gote" Part 1; Toshiro Yamabe, Am49:13:4,5,6p32

On "Sente" and "Gote" Part 2; Toshiro Yamabe, Am49:14:2p21

Redmond Rules at Fujitsu, Am49:24:4p06

Strategic Error & Blunder; Phil Straus, Am49:23:1p26

STORIES

1985 China Goodwill Tour; Richard Dolen, Am49:20:2p15

A Go Tale; Terry Benson, Am49:14:1p31

A Great Leap Forward - Over 250 Players Throng To The Seventh US Go Congress, Am49:25:2,3p10

And Now For Something Completely Different, Am49:28:1p08

Go Culture In The Emerald City; Player Zero, Am49:25:2,3p63

Go Kiburi Carves On; David Sutton, Am49:28:2p39

Go Kiburi Gets Rich, Am49:25:2,3p70

Go Kiburi Gives Up; Bob High, Am49:26:2p39

Go Trekking in Asia - A two month excursion; Yari Leski, Am49:26:1p28

Jimmy Cha's Farewell To America, Am49:24:1p07

Laura Yedwab Tops Western Players In Worlds Women's Tournament; Roy Laird, Am49:24:1p10

Life In B League; Janice Kim, Am49:28:3p04

Martial Arts and Curative Power; Michael J. Simon, Am49:28:2p36

My Dream Come True Part 1; Les Lanphear, Am49:18:1p06

My First Game With Bob, Am49:27:4p36

My Life In Go; Oingyi Zheng, Am49:25:2,3p47

My Trip To Japan; RA McCallister, Am49:07:3p44

Nakayama Noriyuki: A Reminiscence; Marvin Allen Wolfthal, Am49:19:1p13


Reading Ahead, Am49:22:2p20

Rocky Mountain Eyes - Denver Hosts Sixth US Go Congress; Roy Laird, Am49:24:3p08

The Empty Board - Emptiness; William S.Cobb, Am49:28:4p34

The Further Adventures of Go Kiburi - Go Kiburi Takes Up Woodwork; David Sutton, Am49:28:2p39

Twas The Move Before Yose, Am49:12:5,6p29

Walking Stones; Peter Shotwell, Am49:28:2p14

Wei-Qi In Inner Mongolia; Feng Wan-zeng, Translated by Steven Lo, Am49:27:3p16

Words of The Masters, Am49:21:3p14

TESUJI

18 Hints To Improve Your Suji; Masubuchi, Am49:10:2p11, Am49:10:3p08, Am49:10:4p08, Am49:10:5p05, Am49:10:6p07, Am49:11:1p02, Am49:11:2p07, Am49:11:3p09, Am49:11:4p14, Am49:11:5p18, Am49:11:6p22, Am49:12:1p21, Am49:12:2p20, Am49:12:3,4p41, Am49:12:5,6p33, Am49:13:1p22, Am49:13:2p30, Am49:13:3p22, Am49:13:4,5,6p40, Am49:14:1p04

Magic At The Edge of the Board; Don Wiener, Am49:16:2p12

Mini-Lesson in Tesuji, Am49:18:4p15

Raising Your Strength Part 3: Staying Out of Trouble, Am49:06:4p58

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 1; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:06:1p01

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 3; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:06:4p61

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 4; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:07:1,2p30

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 5; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:07:4p58

Sacrifice Stone Tactics Part 6; Kensaku Segoe, Am49:08:3p43

THEORY

A College Go Course, Am49:28:2p06

Counting Liberties; Masayoshi Fukuda 6Dan, Am49:04:1p04

Essential Techniques of Go Part 1; Takao Matsuda, Am49:07:3p33

Essential Techniques of Go Part 2; Takao Matsuda, Am49:07:4p49

Essential Techniques of Go Part 3; Takao Matsuda, Am49:08:1p07

Essential Techniques of Go Part 4; Takao Matsuda, Am49:08:3p33

Essential Techniques of Go Part 5; Takao Matsuda, Am49:08:4p54

Instant Go News; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:14:1p13

Instant Go Revisited; Kenneth M. Koester, Am49:16:4p09

Instant Go; Bruce Wilcox, Am49:12:5,6p07, Am49:13:1p04, Am49:13:2p17, Am49:13:3p04, Am49:13:4,5,6p14, Am49:14:1p13, Am49:14:2p10, Am49:14:3p10, Am49:14:4p09

Learning to Play Go; Milton M. Bradley, Am49:13:3p18

Lightning Go; Milton N. Bradley, Am49:16:3p11

Mastering Go; Ken Veit, Am49:12:3,4p35

Quick & Dirty Principles of Go: Strategy for Beginners; Milton N. Bradley, Am49:09:1p13

Report on the Go Seminar at the 23rd European Go Congress, Konigswinter; David Benson, Am49:15:1p21

Seminar On Go/Game Theory - Summary Report; Klaus Heine, Am49:10:6p03

The Deeper Meaning of Go; Ken Veit, Am49:11:4p10

The Proceedings of the 2nd Seminar of Scientific Go Theory; Klaus Heine, Am49:15:5,6p29

The Value of the First Move; R. Clegg, Am49:10:1p13

The Value of the First Move; Roger Clegg, Am49:12:3,4p24

Winning Through Mental Discipline - The Ten Commandments of Go; Otake Hideo, Translated by Bob Terry, Am49:20:2p16

TOURNAMENTS & EVENTS

16th Annual New Jersey Go Tournament, Am49:10:1p02

1968 New Jersey Open Tournament, Am64:01:3p02

1974 Pennsylvania State Open, Am49:09:4p04

1975 US Kyu Championship - Eastern Division, 1975 American Honinbo Tournament - Eastern Division, Am49:10:4p01

1976 Atlantic Go League, Am49:10:5p03

1976 U.S. Honinbo Telephone Match, Am49:12:3,4p07

1979 American Go Championships, Am49:14:3p04

1986 United States GO Congress, Am49:20:2p05

1989 U.S. Fujitsu Cup Elimination, Am49:23:1p11

1990 Tournaments and Events, Am49:23:3p05, Am49:23:4p05, Am49:24:1p06, Am49:24:2p05

1990 US Fijitsu Cup And Regional Championship, Am49:23:2p05

1991 US Go Congress Winner's Circle, Am49:25:2,3p26

1992 Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:25:2,3p05, Am49:25:4p05, Am49:26:1p05, Am49:26:2p05

1992-93 Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:26:3p05

1993 Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:26:4p05, Am49:27:1p09

19th Annual New Jersey Open, Am49:12:5,6p03

19th European Go-Congress Report; Matthias Thim, Am49:10:6p03

20th Annual European Go Congress and Go Championship, Am49:11:3p03, Am49:11:4p04

20th Annual New Jersey Open, Am49:13:4,5,6p03

21th Annual European Go Congress, Am49:12:2p10

25th European Go Congress, Am49:15:5,6p05

2nd Annual Maryland Open, Am49:10:2p17

3rd London Open Go Congress, Am49:11:6p02

4th Amsterdam International, Am49:10:2p17

A Congressional Idea; Haskell Small, Am49:18:3p03

A Go Filled September In New York City, Am49:12:5,6p03

A Real Knockout - Two's Company - Four's A Game At World Pairs Championships in Tokyo; Roy Laird, Am49:26:1p06

A World Pro Go Championship - $1 Million, Am49:21:4p04

AGA Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:16:2p03, Am49:16:3p03, Am49:16:4p03, Am49:17:1p03, Am49:17:2p03, Am49:17:3p04, Am49:17:4p04, Am49:18:1p32, Am49:18:2p31, Am49:18:3p04

An Instant Tournament Primer; W.J. Hansen, Am49:26:1p24

Ann Arbor Fall Tournament, Am49:13:4,5,6p04

Ann Arbor Go Club Winter Tournament, Am49:12:5,6p02

Ann Arbor Tournament, Am49:14:2p03

Another Telephone Match, Am64:03:1p03

Big Orange Gets Bigger, Am49:22:2p06

Big Orange Goes International, Am49:23:1p03

British Go Players Visit China, Am49:14:2p04

Cleveland Tournament Expands To Two Days, Am49:23:2p07

Come One Come All to the U.S. Championships, Am49:18:3p03

Connecticut State Open, Am49:10:4p02

Eastern Championship In Philadelphia, Am49:23:2p07

Eastern Honinbo Tournament Plans, Am64:03:1p03

Eastern Representative Tournament, Am49:15:4p37

Edward Lasker Trophy Announced, Am64:02:6p06

European Go Congress - Synopsis of Tournaments and Events, Am49:10:3p13

First 1987 Kisei Playoff Game to Be Held in Los Angeles, Am49:20:4p03

First Annual Long Island Open Go Tournament, Am49:12:5,6p03

Forthcoming Tournaments, Am64:03:3p05

Fujitsu Tournament Results, Am49:23:4p06

Go Congress to See Large Turnout, Am49:19:2p03

Go Day 1978 is January 28th, Am49:12:5,6p02

Go in The Open!, Am49:11:3p01

Go Tournament; Ann Arbor Go Club, Am49:13:4,5,6p04, Am49:14:5,6p03, Am49:16:2p17

Greater Washington Go Club Fall Tournament, Am49:14:3p04

Harvard Dans, Am49:22:2p06

Honinbo and Kyu Championships, Am49:11:3p01


IHC Club Sponsors New York Tournament; Terry Benson, Am49:14:3p21

International Women's Championship, Am49:23:2p06

Jersey City Championships, Am49:10:6p02

K.C. Midwest Championships, Am49:22:2p07

Last Minute Notice! The Michigan Open, Am49:12:2p03

Late News, Am49:18:3p04

Late Reminder For Eastern Semi-Finals National Championships, Am49:10:5p01

Maryland Open, Am49:15:5,6p04

Memorial Day Melee, Am49:23:2p06

More Tournamania?!, Am49:20:4p04

Morning Calm, Evening Fire - The First Korea-USA Friendship Baduk Tournament; Roy Laird, Am49:23:2p11

New England Regional Tournament Plans, Am64:03:1p03

New Jersey Open Tournament, Am64:03:3p05

New Mexico Go Association Winter Tournament, Am49:12:5,6p02

New York Go Club Tournaments, Am49:14:2p03, Am64:06:1p07

NMGA July 15 Championships, Am49:13:4,5,6p04

No Va Cherry Blossom, Am49:22:2p06, Am49:23:1p04

North American Honinbo Playoffs, Am64:02:5p01

On The Road Again - The Third Korea-US Friendship Baduk Tournament, Am49:25:2,3p44

Penn. Open, Am49:10:2p07

Philly Tournament at Rutgers, Am49:23:1p04

Plans for the 1969 North American Honinbo Tournament, Am64:02:6p04

Portland Open, Am49:23:2p06

Quebec Open, Am49:14:2p03, Am49:14:3p07

Regional and Local Tournaments, Am64:02:6p05

Rocky Mountain Championship, Am49:23:1p04

San Francisco Go Club Quarterly, Am49:16:2p17

San Francisco Golden Anniversary, Am49:20:4p04

San Francisco Tournaments, Am49:14:2p05

Seattle Cherry Blossom, Am49:22:2p06

Southwest Rises Again, Am49:23:2p06

Team Match In Toronto, Am49:11:6p03

Tentative New York-New Jersey Tournament Schedule for 1973, Am64:06:2p05

Texas Triumph, Am49:22:2p06

The 1969 North American Honinbo Competition, Am64:03:2p02

The 1989 Team, Am49:23:2p12

The 1989 US Fujitsu Open, Am49:22:3p31

The 1991 Cotsen Open; Bob Terry, Am49:25:2,3p28

The 1991 North American Fujitsu Cup - Redmond Wins Again; Davis Erbach, Am49:25:4p06

The 3rd Annual World Amateur Go Championships, Am49:15:2,3p12

The Baltimore Open, Am49:23:2p07

The British Go Association, Am49:17:4p23

The Fifth U.S. Go Congress, August 6-13, 1989, Rutgers University, Am49:22:4p00

The First Annual Connecticut State Open Championships, Am49:10:6p04

The First United States Go Congress, August 10-18, 1985, Am49:18:4p16, Am49:19:1p12, Am49:19:2p17

The Fourth U.S. Go Congress, Am49:22:2p19

The Fourth U.S. Go Congress - July 30-Aug 7 - Berkeley, CA, Am49:22:1p19

The Greater Washington Go Club Kyu Tournament, Am49:13:4,5,6p03

The Second World Youth Tournament, Am49:19:3p05

The Third U.S. Go Congress, August 8-16, 1987, Northhampton, MA, Am49:21:1p06

The U.S.A. Honinbo Tournament Will Be Held, Am64:02:3p01

The U.S.A. Honinbo Tournament?, Am64:02:1p02

The Winners' Circle - 1989 US Go Congress Winners, Am49:23:3p38

The World Youth Wei Ch'i Championship; Peter Freedman, Am49:25:2,3p32

Third North American Honinbo Tournament, Am64:06:2p04

Tomorow's Champions?, Am49:24:3p17

Toronto Club Report; Bruce Amos, Am49:13:4,5,6p04

Tournament and Event Calendar, Am49:12:3,4p04, Am49:12:5,6p02, Am49:13:1p02, Am49:13:2p07, Am49:13:3p02, Am49:13:4,5,6p03, Am49:14:1p02, Am49:14:2p03, Am49:14:3p03, Am49:14:4p03, Am49:14:5,6p02, Am49:15:1p04, Am49:15:2,3p04, Am49:15:4p03, Am49:15:5,6p04, Am49:16:1p05, Am49:24:3p07, Am49:24:4p05, Am49:25:1p05

Tournament Briefs, Am49:11:6p02

Tournament Calendar, Am49:10:1p01, Am49:10:2p01, Am49:10:3p01, Am49:11:2p01, Am49:11:3p01, Am49:11:4p02, Am49:11:5p02, Am49:11:6p02, Am49:12:1p03, Am49:12:2p04

Tournament Dates, Am64:05:2p04

Tournament News, Am49:20:2p29

Tournament Notes, Am49:22:2p06

Tournament Report Program, Am49:22:2p07

Tournaments & Events, Am49:19:1p04, Am49:19:2p04, Am49:19:3p05, Am49:19:4p03, Am49:20:1p09, Am49:20:2p03, Am49:20:4p05, Am49:21:1p04, Am49:21:2p05, Am49:21:3p04, Am49:21:4p05, Am49:22:1p09, Am49:22:2p08, Am49:22:3p08, Am49:22:4p07, Am49:23:1p06, Am49:23:2p08

Tournaments Are Springing Up All Over: Manhattan, San Francisco, Seattle Cherry Blossom, Massachusetts, Third Quebec, Eighth Maryland; Terry Benson, Am49:15:5,6p00b

Tournaments Remembered and To Come, Am49:18:4p05

Tournaments Scheduled for 1971, Am64:05:1p05

U.S. Go Congress 86 Seattle, Washington, Am49:19:4p03

Weekend Tournaments in Oregon, Am49:13:4,5,6p03

Western Honinbo Tournament Plans, Am64:03:1p03

Wild Midwest, Am49:22:2p06

Winners - 1990 US Go Congress Championship, Am49:24:3p20

Winners Kyu Up In Midwest, Am49:23:2p06

TSUME

A "Little" Life-and-Death Problem; Don Wiener, Am49:15:2,3p17

Segoe: Life and Death; Bob Meyers, Am49:15:1p13, Am49:15:2,3p46, Am49:15:4p08

Some Tips on Finding the Vital Point in Life-and-Death; Sakakibara, Translated by Roy Bogas, Am49:16:2p27

YOSE

End Play; Koshi Takashima, Am49:04:3p33

When Is Ko not a Ko?; Bob Terry, Am49:17:4p11