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December 05, 1966 | Larry Evans
As a player Fidel Castro was no threat to U.S. Champion Bobby Fischer at the Chess Olympics, but Bobby's popularity threatened to rival Fidel's. A member of the U.S. team tells how and why
December 19, 1966
PARSEGHIAN (ADJ.)Sirs:On the contents page of your Dec. 5 issue, the entry for the article, Fischer Would Rather Fight, concerning the Chess Olympics contains a snide reference to Coach Ara Parseghian and his...
November 20, 1967 | Tanya Matthews
Bobby Fischer played like a champion at the international tournament in Tunisia, but he ended by forfeiting his way out of the competition
March 24, 1969
It seems the Knicks' superswinger Dick Barnett harbors a passion for chess, picking up games wherever he can. He has just accepted a challenge from a man in Cleveland, whom he will play by mail ("He said he was a...
January 05, 1970
DAWN OF THE AGE OFThis is our first issue of the new year and of the new decade, and we enter both with a keen sense of anticipation. What Joe Namaths lie before us? What Mets? What Lew Alcindors, Jim Ryuns,...