Two New Clubs Join S. Jersey Association
Chess Willi Sam Laird: Two New Clubs Join i S. Jersey Associaiioi Two new member clubs will join the South Jersey Chess As sociation this year and take part in Its championship competition.! One is the newly organized Haddonfleld Chess Club, which! is meeting on Monday nights at 252-B 252-B 252-B Princeton rd., Barrington! Manor Apartments, Barrington. The club's present membership is about a dozen. Officers are Philip Van Osten, president; Thomas; Barry, treasurer; Mrs. Philip Morrcll, secretary, and Philip Morrell,' team captain. J The Morrells are recent arrivals in South Jersey from Kansas City and both are well known Midwest players. Morrell, who was1 last, year's winner of the Greater! 1 Kansas City tournament, carries tlie y. S. Chess Federation and of aii expert's rating. Mrs. Morrell ;a rub affiliated with the SJCA. 1 is u. b. women s speed champion. Wood hopes this year's tourna-They tourna-They tourna-They have been instrumental in mrnt will be the biggest yet held forming the new Haddonfleld r!uh.! an(j urjjPS PVcryone who can enter The club meetings start at 7.30 to iSa jhe flrst roum 0f piay p. m.p and all players Bre wcl-j wcl-j wcl-j Will be on the evening of Friday, come and invited to attend. ' Oct. 18. Afternoon and evening The other new member club of( rounds will be staged on Saturday to lead a large field that Included some of Western Europe's best known players. Dr. Fazekas was an international international master in Czechoslovakia before War II and is now a nat-: nat-: uralized citizen of Great Britain. Following I the game that can be said to have given 14 year-old year-old year-old Bobby Fischer his victory in the U. S. Open. It was played against W. G. Addison of San Francisco. Addison was the only player to defeat Bisguier during the tournament. tournament. Since Bobby and the defending defending titlist finished in a 10-2 10-2 10-2 tie, and since Bobby defeated Addison Addison in the game shown here, the tie-breaking tie-breaking tie-breaking rules naturally gave him the edge over Bisguier and with it the championship. CARO-KANN CARO-KANN CARO-KANN PFFTNSIt the SJCA will Moorestown plant members include represent of rca. two of areas loremost players, Andrew Cluessanthis and Philip Selvaggi. Tentative lineups of the "A" and "B" leagues for SJCA play have Camden, Atlantic City, Woodbury. Wildwood. Millville, Haddonfleld, and Moorestown RCA represented in the "A" the; and again on Sunday. Its, Wood requests that anyone this' seeking Information about the tournament call him at Lincoln 7- 7- 5723. E. F. DaiRlB, of Atlantic City, was reelected president of the South Jersey Chess Association at its recent business meeting. Other officers chosen were Pr. League. The present status of btreilleM of llammonton, vice Trenton, a member last year, is president; Lew Wood of Wood-uncertain. Wood-uncertain. Wood-uncertain. I burj-, burj-, burj-, secretary; Mrs. Philip Mor- Mor- n, vf t tt,;. ;n re" 1 Haddonfleld, assistant see-The see-The see-The B League this year will , , .j iirm: rvn n Include teams from Camden. At- At- ,'u. " ' IT " lantic City, Woodbury, and llammonton, llammonton, which is returning to the circuit after absence as a separate separate unit.'" Wildwood is unde cided so far as to whether it will field a team in this league. Fhrhir Wliltf 1 P K 2 KI-QR3 KI-QR3 KI-QR3 S Kt-m Kt-m Kt-m 4 K'r A KtlKtch B-B4 B-B4 B-B4 7 Q-K2ch Q-K2ch Q-K2ch 44 h 9 P-Q4 P-Q4 P-Q4 10 B Kll 11 B-Kl B-Kl B-Kl 12 O-O-O O-O-O O-O-O O-O-O O-O-O 13 P-B4 P-B4 P-B4 14 B B) 15 KtB 1 KR-K KR-K KR-K IT B-Q? B-Q? B-Q? IS Kt-KS Kt-KS Kt-KS Plurlc Whil F-QB1 F-QB1 F-QB1 P-BJ P-BJ P-BJ r 04 10 KI-KI4 KI-KI4 KI-KI4 PP 21 B-B1 B-B1 B-B1 KI-B1 KI-B1 KI-B1 22 PxR KPxKt 31 P B1 B-QI B-QI B-QI 24 P-Q P-Q P-Q Q K2 2? RP Kvl 2S Ki-KSch Ki-KSch Ki-KSch QB-B4 QB-B4 QB-B4 2T RxB R-K R-K R-K 2 RjfcR K-B K-B K-B 29 B-KS B-KS B-KS K' Q3 .10 K-W1 K-W1 K-W1 QH O 31 P-K'4 P-K'4 P-K'4 HxB 32 P-QR4 P-QR4 P-QR4 r KB4 3J PlP P-B5 P-B5 P-B5 34 P-K'S P-K'S P-K'S K'-B1 K'-B1 K'-B1 P P P-KKt4 P-KKt4 P-KKt4 30 P-B P-B P-B Camden, treasurer, During (he recent matches Samuel Reshevskv Dlaved aeainst I Arthur Ricniinr anH Firn!iM Byrne, several queries were made to this department asking the lo- lo- ratinn nf tli Manhattan Phncs One of the biRgest events of the club, where the matches were! South Jersey season comes early: ncd. The club has new head-tins head-tins head-tins year. It is the South Jersey! nartPr Bt w XUh t .. W -l -l : u: ... :. . " " " ' v..iitiiijMiMiMH', wim ii, York C ltV Amateur will be played Urt. 18-13-20, 18-13-20, 18-13-20, 18-13-20, 18-13-20, This individual at llammonton event will be a Play starts 'there next week in the preliminaries of the club's annual annual rhamninnchin Ricrriiinr uhn five-round five-round five-round Swiss, with Lew Wood:currenty holds the club titie as probably serving as tournament. WPu , being U. S. champion, is director. There w ill be permanent I rnvptM t Hnfomi it Firemen's Auxiliary Eleels New Officers Gibbstown, Sept. 19 Mrs. Edith M. Vandergrift, of Janvier, recently was elected president of the Gloucester County Firemen's Ladies Auxiliary, it was an nounced today. Other ollicers elected at a meeting here were Mrs. Anna Hall, of Paulsboro, first vice president; president; Verna Winter, of Swedes- Swedes- boro, second vice president; victoria victoria Wise, of Blackwood Ter race, recording secretary; Mary' Gerhart, of National Park, assist ant recording secretary; Eva Berry, of Mullica Hill, corre sponding secretary; Edith Van- Van- lier, of Fcrrcll, financial secre tary; Doris Bonnet, of Banisboro, treasurer, and Jean Sizemore, of Gibbstown, assistant treasurer. j 1 K-KI2 K-KI2 K-KI2 K -Ktl -Ktl w P-B4 P-B4 P-B4 $ BuKI PKi5 P-ORi. P-ORi. P-ORi. Ptp X R4 Rcaltni and traveling trophies for the winner, winner, also for Class B and C play ers and juniors. A real veteran of the game, 39-year-old 39-year-old 39-year-old 39-year-old 39-year-old Dr. Stephen Fazekas I he entrance fee w ill he 5-'.; 5-'.; 5-'.; w on the British Chess Federation Tlayers must also be members of championship with a score of 8-3 8-3 8-3 Paris The game of solitaire is reported to have originated in 1650, and it is a result of some real "solitary." A French political prisoner in the Bastille is supposed supposed to have invented it.