Mike Condon and Larue Goldfinch
s. 10 e r f Texan Wins Top Place In Chess Tournament Here Â·Dr. Robert McCready of Dallas, Dallas, Tex. was top winner in field of 50, in the Fifth Annual Fayetteville Open Chess Tournament Tournament held this past weekend on the University of Arkansas Mrs. the Evelyn of one 10 campus. Dr. McCready scored four and one-half points out of a possible five to capture first place cash award and trophy. Six players tied for second through seventh in the five- round Swiss system event. They were Benidito Forgue, Norman, Okla., Mike Condon and Larue Goldfinch both of Fayetteville; Fayetteville; George Hulburd, Tulsa, Okla.; Peter No well, Lakewood, Lakewood, Colo, and Bill Wilvers Lavaca, Ark. Class winners were Hulburd, class A; Wilwers, class B; Richard Frothingham, Little Rock, class C; Roy Hazelwood, Pittsburg, Kan., class D; and Paul Kuroda, Fayetteville, un- rated. The tournament had a record record number of entrants representing representing the states of Arkansas, Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee and Virginia.