Alekhine Blindfold simul results
of 18 CHICAGO STU DENT TIES IN CHESS MATCH CHIAGO, July 17 () Vladimir Grigorieff, University of Chicago, by adding two points to his total, tied Lieut. John D. Matheson, West Point, for first place in the World's Fair intercollegiate chess tournament today. Grigorieff defeated Martin C. Stark, Harvard, in the eighth round and also scored his adjourned.. game from the fifth round with Justin Navtski, Maine. Lieut. Matheson won from Seymour Osher, Illinois. Other results: Reynold Carlson, Northwestern, lost ho Naviski. Maine. iweivin vaie, Wisconsin, won irom Robert Wilson. Hillsdale. Nathan Beckhardt, College of the City" of New York, adjourned with Willis E. Lamb, Jr., California. Edward M. Borsodi, Yale, defeated Harold Outler, New York university. The players delayed their schedule yesterday in order to permit Dr. Alex ander Alekhlne, of Paris, to give a blindfold exhibition in which he won 19 games, drew nine and lost four.