A Game Opponent
.... . . jrV'V,, & - J - vy' Xiv rwii u' - -XJr - trJ? inn i TiLwi in i i mmAi.Ay.MdMsriiKiMju. ai-o-si I mS n .lmiafiMfl urn A GAME OPPONENT Studying the board in the mirror atop his iron lung, 17-year-old polio patient Bruce Campbell played a match with two-time U. S. chess champion Bobby Fischer, 15, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The game was played at a hospital on Welfare Island, N. Y., where Bruce called out his moves and Bobby made them, and, incidentally, won the match.