Sport: Chess

Last week at Bad Kissingen, Germany, E. D. Bogoljubow, onetime Russian chess champion, paced the floor while he awaited his opponent's move. When Dr. Max Euwe of Holland made his move and pushed the handle on the timepiece that began eating up the seconds allotted to Bogoljubow, the latter made no lunge for the seat which he had vacated. In his mind the board was quite as clear as though he had it placed before him. He was not worried. All he needed was a draw to win first place in the International Grand...

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