People: Apr. 20, 1962

Warming up at a press conference for a bit of political education work among his Iowa minions in Des Moines. Teamster Boss Jimmy Hoffa righteously excoriated Old Enemy Bobby Kennedy for "acting like a little hoodlum" and "not representing this country's democracy in a proper manner." The Attorney General's offense: "He travels around the world in his shirtsleeves."

In a gambit that Capablanca never dreamed of, bumptious U.S. Chess ChampionBobby Fischer, 19, invoked the majesty of the law against former Champion Samuel Reshevsky, 50, himself an ex-boy wonder. Having defaulted a 16-game series with Reshevsky last summer by disdaining to show...

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