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WHO WILL, BE INDlAiIJA' S NEX'T S'l'ATE SPEED CHESS CHAMPION ?????

A new comer or a previous champ'? May· be even YOU! ~!!;,! !!;!;
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FOR D};''TAILS SEE CENTE1~ PAGE IN TEl S

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~he Indianapolis Chess Club ts a non-profit organization established by and for the chess players of Indiana polis and surrounding areas. The cl~b is open on .saturdays from 9:00 A.M. tL>1til 11:00 P.M. (except as announced) at: The IUPUI Union Building 1)00 west Michigan street Indianapolis, Indiana The Regular membership fee is $16 per years; Special memberships (students, senior citizens, etc.) are $10 per year. OFFICERS: President- Gary A. Deuser Vice President- Gordon Simons Treasurer- Lewie-Bob Deuser Editor- Mark R. Frank Secretary- Milton Baltimore Club Manager- Mark Blackstad Tournament Chairman- Keith Swedo ***************************************~*************
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Dear ICC Members & Friends: For the next month or so, the regular Indianapolis Chess Club meetings will be held at the following location: BUTLER UNIVERSITY ATHERTON CENTER "C"-CLUB (lower level) It is close to Clowes Hall and across the street from the Butler University Library. There is a map on the previous page for those of you not familiar with the area. I think you'll be pleased with the temporary location as it is much larger and has much better lighting than our normal meeting rooms at IUPUI. I'm sorry if it will be an incgnv~nienc~ fQ~ some of you. The temporary

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ANSWER TO LAST CHESSQUIZ: You were asked to tell whether famous writers were Pro, Anti, or Neutral about chess, and/or to give a quotation supporting your view:, 1.Thomas H. Huxley- Neutral ("The chess board is the world •••") 2.George Bernard ShawAnti ("Foolish expedient .••") 3.Charles DickensPro (adding necessary dimension to love) 4.Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe- Pro ("touchstone of the intel .. lect") ,.Sir Arthur Conan Doyle- Pro (rlTheregs n.ot the mystery in ten murders that there is in one game of chess.") 6.Benjaman Franklin- Pro ("Chess is so interesting of itself ••• it is never played for money.") 7.H.G. Wells-Anti ("There is no remorse like the remorse of chess.") 8.Edgar Allan Poe- Anti ¥

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Palmer House Hotel. Upper Exhibition Hall 4th Floor. State & Monroe Sts .. Downtown Chicaqo Co-Sponsored by USCFand the Chicago Chess Assn. $$13.500 in Guaranteed Prizes. Winner wil! be named 1979 U.S. Open Champion and will receive 26 GRAND PRIX POINTS. ENT: U.S. Ches Federation, 136 m. 9W. New W,indsor, NY 12550, fifo ~fl 1)1" °d to USC, belore JlJly lth. $50 at the tournameni~) ~J1f1'~.OOr. to 3 PM. S$ 3000-2QOO-1000-700-500-400'350--'3 '0-200 Exp.. A. 8. C, 0, E ecch 500-250, UR 2O(i;;l!lO: trcp" to 1st: top expert, i'.. B. C. D. E. Spectator Fee\;1Ulcr.rou~ 15 for the entire U.S. Open. lias, 7 PM each:.J<v~ng;; ~ Saturday, Aug 4 which is a tree day. Hote! riM: I~\ ~ ,IIQS" ptel the ChiCC90 Parmer House are $26 single, .I{JOUbl g·!riple ..·.. " make reservations at the Palmer House . re Joi§ 7. . {~j ..
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