Chess With Sam Laird

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CJlCSS With Sdtn Laird: i I! coin n Ctll fl All t TfMlItl aiucaxuii uiuuviii j. vuiu Leads in World Play It is no surprise that with the annual international students' chess tournament drawing to a close at Reykjavik, Iceland, the Russian team should be in the lead. ' With 9 rounds completed and 4 to go, the Russians had a mix-score of 30Vt to 5i4. At tne ffime time Hungary, which had played (one more round, was in second place with a mark of 24 Vt to 15 Vi. The United States quartet, with one lOth round game adjourned, was n rlnw third t .24-15. Rul.i Sana and Czechoslovakia were IIaddonf ipld f. roil I) the only other teams in conten-,1I,1UW,,I1CIU 'ruuI' tion. St Annual Fete . The Russian lead thus ap-, i sur-lneared insurmountable. Our team. The Haddonfleld Rotary Club however, has made a more than! staged its annual steak dinner respectable showing and has an,vednesday night at the Holly excellent chance to wind up injRavjn nalpvFflrm vv-cham and second place. Anthony F. Saidy Jne Dairy F arm Evesham and 01 r oranam university nas mri-ii"!" pionship at San Francisco, The 11-year-old Brooklyn our highest scorer to date. Bobby Fischer,' of Brooklyn, after finishing sixth behind Donald Byrne, the winner, and Larry Evans in the Western Open at Milwaukee, has successfully defended his national junior cham- lad Ship. . . , ' John Gilmour, a Rotarian and owner1 of the farm, was host. Entertainment consisted of softball games and quoit pitching contests. , William Leyendecker, publicity director for the club, estimated finished with a score of Stt-tt in!that 70 persons attended. i:: ; , , , ViT , the field of 33. His only draw came against Gilbert Ramirez, of San Francisco, in the fifth round. 'Wllft a ITiarK I ,,,.. R started off ! (. tn .Ki,u.,0u 'a,ioi had two other draws but to;fin'hed runner-up to Fischer in i 71 -i 7 . mm largest variety ot qualify S V; their lTmfmteh at ' ft1'" 'nJ'r ffiaroLI i international trend sterile1- . k lh flt thr es 'a'i Wi,hout a eat deal S any-lffrtiSS 5 Sudraiy the tables have turm(, at'oMt ( he momenl -rn,- fourth frame has been nd. ownV'L1 T Xn where Bis-all j. riven a Zd chanc T o ,s gn whjie pending its 'resumption, Bisguier has scored a o i -nunc Fresh Large SHRIMP 95? Fresh Picked Crab Meat c lb 991 1223-25 "21 yoft al Ovalify aod Smt" triumph in the fifth gamp hrre- shows that Reshevsky m,i,.j ,um ,., . i . jti t appeared favorable ,n Mm nl k.,,. m. ..i hV lie w iva ilia uj'Hvm iil were in rime trouhle when, nt the '37th move Reshevsky committed . iRisiruier at least to win the nuern for a lmifht UTn.n Piamii-i.' exeeu-r" ....v.. nromntlv tnnk- Advantain. nl tho lKnhf Bi.ni ahwik, iti.ri Wed- Whlla 1 P-W4 j J KtKJB3 S kki-kj P-QP.l 1 KI-B4 I P-K4 IK 19 Cltllfl sec- ii p-s J ji u ki-b jj ii p-ku Dr.- lick Whllr Xl-KBI 20 B-Ql P-K3 31 Kt-R4 B-Kll 11 BiKt P-OKI3 1 KR-B B-R1 24 R-B4 B-K2 25 PlR CtltlM in Q-B4 P-Q1 27 K-QB QKt-UI 2( P PI PBl 29 P-KI3 BPP 30 R-O BiB 31K-B P-K4 32 R-B KI-B4 33 K K!3 Kl-KH 34 K-B3 Q-Q2 34 PlP Kt-QIM 3 Q-BVh WKI 3T Q-Q KR-B Km ait Black P-R3 Q.Q PxB QR-Kt RxR Q-B2 R-QR Q-R2 KB R-B2 KtK Q-Kt Kt-B.l QKl4 P-04 KtP K-K Q-4ch "Quick, Kill crawling insects FLIT BUG ...now contains ...powerful new insect killer exclusiva development of Esso research - makes FLIT better than ever I

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  1. Courier-Post,
  2. 25 Jul 1957, Thu,
  3. Page 19

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