Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on October 27, 1957 · Page 106
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Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan · Page 106

Detroit, Michigan
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Sunday, October 27, 1957
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These NEW ISSUE Elizabeth U stamps have never been given before and come to you FREE from the world's newest country, Ghana from Plica. rn Islands, North Borneo, Virgin Islands, Kenya, Uganda and other fascinating places throughout the Empire! All genuine, all different, mint and used, pictorials, Ki-firc MMMMMMMMBB1MMf, n"t so new, you'll add them all; rsArn rvw umi r-o r . nn XJOA to your collection ALSO" CUON ' CO" . "P" t FREE copv of helpful "Slampl I" FrJ W ft1?? fT1 Co"' Collector's Guide" and other! Gu,d ClEASe PtJNT) offers foe your fret? inspect ioa.a Thia value We EUxabe;h U offer J may be withdrawn soon, ao be sure you I Only 14, he's a Though Brooklyn's Bobby Fischer amazes chess jit.. mmmmvw9 sP jMmmmmmmmmWBtrzMJm . lmmamwmmvWBmkWBSRmKfrW':":' IbbsP mfmWmmmmmmm r bH vxSslunBnBnUsBHixf rwMtr H "BtfUnB INTENT Bobby debates o move. He has made several trips to tourneys by himself, but his mother keeps in touch with him by telephone. The long-distance tolls for a Nebraska trip: $50. Parade Oct. 27, 1957 CHESS WHIZ continued chess whiz, but experts, his mother wants better report cards by PAUL ABRAMSON JnLMaik v''3Lsf w m mm Bobby hears his mother scold him lovingly about his grades. BROOKLYN, N.Y. . At 14, a local boy named Bobby Fischer is regarded as one of the 20 top chess players in the world. He is the U.S. Open Champion, has been invited to compete at tournaments in Russia and England. "Players with Fischer's ability," says Maurice Kasper, president of the Manhattan Chess Club, "come along only once in a century." Yet Bobby Fischer, a boy of exceptional intellect, is the despair of his high-school teachers. Last year, as a freshman, he fell behind in all his subjects, and almost didn't pass. This year the outlook isn't much better. Bobby is a chess whiz, but Just why mystifies everyone who knows him. "When he was 7," says his sister Joan, 19, "Bobby could discuss mathematical concepts like infinity, or do all kinds of trick problems. But ask him to multiply two and two and he'd probably get it wrong." This contradiction in Bobby's mental makeup has not made life any easier for his mother, Regina Fischer. Divorced from her husband, she has had to work hard at present as a registered nurse to support two children. And between times she's had to scurry from school to school with Bobby. "When he was in fourth grade," she says, "I'd already taken him out of six schools, mostly because he didn't like them. Once I entered him in a class for especially bright children. He walked out after the first day." Aware that Bobby is a child prodigy whose talent must be helped to grow, Mrs. Fischer has continued to try to get special training for him. "I've visited university guidance centers and agencies for gifted children," she says. "Mostlv thev suggest I enroll him in a small private school, where he would get closer attention. But private schools are expensive." "One thing would suggest," says a teacher at the public school he attends, "is that Bobby spend more time studying and less time at chess." Mrs. Fischer nods helplessly. She feels that to ask that of a boy who won the 1957 Open title, topping all but two of the best players in America, would be rather like asking Mickey Mantle to play less baseball and more mah jongg. 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