CHAMPIONSHIP CHESS Do" by instructor By BLAKF, STEVENS United States Expert Bobby Fischer continues !of individual victory, with no one I tying him. I,,! THE STANDINGS lead the Interzonal chess tourney' Fischer 15 at Stockholm, Sweden, increasing fic " cr '3 , , , , , , iPetrosian 13 ; his lead slowlv but surely. ! Fi]i ]2 ,, He is now two points ahead of his nearest rivals, Petrosian and Gligoric . Korchnoi iGeller of Russia, and with three| p or jj^ igames left, he is almost assured rj en )( 0 Stein SPECIALS WED., MARCH 14 ,^0, PC,....EA. 10 BULBS Iar9 Â° ^OZEN 50* 12-FT.-WELL BRANCHED Burlapped EA. Now J1QA town LB. I W BRANCHED, BALLED I BURLAPPED Shade this Summer-- Trunks-Arizona Ash- $1750 EA. II Value BUNCH 10* Â»2 B oo rl sir... E A.515 M Â£Â£Â£Â£!:, ^n* PLANTS-GROWING IN GALLON CANS IT'^oT Mow E e A. 59 AND BURLAPPED WTM".' GALLON CANS TREES rLti ^jft-u 59 89 pm:tr Juniper Green Evenymous Silver Evonymous or MIX - 10 FOR $8.30 PRICE J. H. Hale Varieties 12 12 12 f ] l'/2 n Pomar 11 jUhlmann 11 Dolbochan 10 Olafsson 10 Bilek 9 Barcza 8(4 Bisguier 8 Bertok Â« 6(4 Teschner Yanofsky German 6 [Schweber 6 Cuellar 5 [Aaron 3 There is an interesting race, as can be seen from the above table, between fifth and sixth position, and seventh place. Only six players can qualify for the Candidates' Tournament. Will Korch- noi, Benko, or Portisch be the lucky one? * * Black lo Move and Win This position came about in the game: R. G. Wade vs. G. F. Harris, Bognor Regis, 1958. 1 . . ,N- B5! wins.