German Veteran

In 1921, Cuban Capablanca wrested the world's chess championship from Dr. Emanuel Lasker, German. But in the international chess masters' tournament which began in Manhattan on March 16 and was completed last week, Dr. Lasker triumphed—in the grand manner.

For more than 30 days, through ten duels of two games each, Dr. Lasker had been at or near the top. Of the 20 games, he lost only one to Capablanca. He was forced to draw six games, but Capablanca in addition to losing one game (to Reti,...

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