Queen Maneuver

"Sometimes it pays to use the third rank-as a thoroughfare/' Prom the Franklin C. C. Tournament (Phi lad el ยก)hia).

Black to Move B. F. Winkelman

There followed:

2 K-B1 Q-QR3ch

5 KxR QxRch

7 Q-B3 and Black won the ending.

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courtesy oj toe u. isavy ARTHUR W. DAKE WITH MEMBERS OF THE U. S. NAVY CHESS TEAM

No, this is not a scene from "Pinafore" or from "The Pirates of Penzance". This photograph was taken on the U. S. S. Indianapolis during Fleet Week at Portland, Oregon (July 22-31, 1938). Standing (left to right) are: A. I. Husted, W. F. Freeman, Lieut. W. A. Hickey, Arthur W. Dake, Ensign R. Gray, W. T. Ammons, J. W. Moore and G. A. Krompotich.

Dake acted as Master of Ceremonies in contests between the Navy Chess Team and the teams of the Portland C. C. and the Multnomah Athletic Club. He was the guest of honor at dinners given by the officers of the U. S. S. Indianapolis on July 28 and by the Chief Petty Officers on July 31. On both occasions he gave simultaneous exhibitions and played a number of games blindfold.

A STRONG FINISH Texas Championship Tournament

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