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CHAMPIONSHIP CHESS By BLAKE STEVENS Utttled States Expert Last week's problem was an illustration illustration of anti-chess. No one would relish helping the enemy, but this is the situation here. pawns, but it is much more a middle .game, and pure tactics arc involved. itiit Â·--Â·Â· y*^*x f^ Black to move so as lo allow White to Male in Two: . . . P-Kf; 1 Q-R5, K-K2; 2 QxKP Checkmate. Odds and Ends The following position did not occur in nn actual game, but could have if the name had taken the correct turn. It cnn be considered an end game, as each side has only three pieces left, and no Docs He Have To Spell It, Too? NEW YORK-Jose Ferrer says he's never before told a story about any of his children, hut he just couldn't resist this one, about his ^-year-old son, Miguel. The loy wanted to telephone his mother, Rosemary Clooney, who was singing at the Indiana Stale Fair, lie's a bright youngsler, and followed his father's instructions instructions on hmv to dial Ihc operator and what lo tell her. "[ want to speak lo Miss Rosemary Rosemary Clooney," he said, "in Connersville, Connersville, Ind." "How do yoxi spell Connersville?" Connersville?" asked the operator. "flow would I know?" answered Miguel. "I'm only V/ t ," White To Play initiative is (he deciding factor- here. 1 Q(K8)-K5 ch, Q-B3 (ol . . . K-R3; 2 R-Q6ch forces and if 1 ... K-N1; 2 Il-Q8ch, R- Bl; 3 QK'Gch, Q-B2; 4 QxQcli, KxQ; 5Q-B5ch wins); QxQch K.xO- 3 Q-D5cli wins. Kiev, 13IS R l a u n t o n Gambit A. Kon, IVhjI r-QI P-KI N.qns K - K N 5 r-113 10 l)ilt 11 () KJ IJIaelc 1'xl* N-IU N-IU r-qa Tim end is near. 16 ... KxR; 17 QxPch and Male in five.