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Playing by the numbers, U.S. program CHESS 4.6 masters the rest of the world
July 17, 1961
BOATING—Fuller Callaway's Morning Star was the first of the seven-boat field to finish the 3,571-mile race from California to Tahiti, less than three weeks after leaving Los Angeles. Handicap winner was ATHENE, out...
July 10, 1961
His weapons are shooters and kimmies (i.e., target marbles, which used to be called "commies") rather than fast balls, chip shots or gambits, but no Sandy Koufax, Arnold Palmer or Mikhail Botvinnik ever concentrated...
May 08, 1961 | Edmund Stevens
An aging champion created a new training technique to recover the fire of youth—and his title
May 30, 1960 | Edmund Stevens
Sports Illustrated's correspondent in Moscow reports on the new world chess champion Mikhail Tal—and on the new chess era that opened with a smile