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Until the fifth round Hearst led the field, but in that fateful round lost to Dietz and never again obtained the lead. Hearst also drew with Mechuer in the seventh round. INTERCOLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP Diet* (Pittsburgh) ........
With the close of the league sea¬ son plans are under way for the first Akron City Championship in four years. Winning in a stirring finish, Lee Magee took the Omaha Experts Tourney with a ‘i Ys-l Vj score, losing a game to Oh man and drawing with Ludwig. In the informal two-move and three move tourneys there were the following results: Two-movers: First Prize, A.
C., demonstrates that Black can draw by making a better second move than 2. Third place with 3%-l% score went, to Kit Crittenden, 16-year-old North Carolina veteran who won the 1949 Tennessee Open and the 1949 North Carolina Open. Pruner (San Francisco), Joe Faucher (Yale), Isaac Ash (Phila¬ delphia), S. In placing fourth, Evans started off with 3 wins and 3 draws in the first 6 rounds, be¬ fore he lost his first game in the 7tli t.o Szabo. Euwe in points, with whom he had drawn in the 2nd round, but lost to Rossolimo in the final round while Euwe was winning from Win- ser.
In the hotly contested event second place went to J. Sullivan, Jr., with 4-1, 19-year- old University of Tennessee junior, who won (he 1948 Tennessee Open, the 1948 Southern Association Open and the 1949 Georgia Open in the short span of his chess playing career. First place went to Laszio Szabo of Hungary, second place to Nicho¬ las Rossolimo of France, while former World Champion Max Euwe placed third.
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Tied for fourth place with 3-2 each were Jack Murphy of Alcoa, Tenn., newly elected President of the Tennessee Chess Association; Bob Coveyou of Oak Ridge, a for¬ mer Tennessee Open Winner and also former University of Chicago player; Louis Miller of Chatta¬ nooga, newly elected secretary- treasurer of the Tennessee Chess Association: W. Scott of At¬ lanta, Ga., youthful hut prominent Negro editor; and Brad Wade, Georgia Tech senior who electrified the gallaries with his sensational play.