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'Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

11Vednesdoy, l©nupry 17, 1973

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, January 17, 1973

A gaggle of chess freaks
By MIKE DUWECK

Pre-inaugural cease-fire
ruled out, Ziegler says

Stan Perlo and Dan Boyk won
the Ann Arbor Open chess tourna-
ment last weekend at the Rama-
da Inn on Fourth Street. Perlo
and Boyk, both with perfect 5-0
records, led a field of 157 players
in the two day event.
Although no masters and only
four experts played, the tourna-
mentdstill drew notice as the
second largest ever in Michigan.
The 1963 Western Open in Bay
City, where Bobby Fischer was
victorious, had 161 players.
Chris Smith, Steve Underhill,
and Dan Whitehouse tied for third
place with 4%-% scores. The top
players in each class were as
follows: Class A, Underhill;
Class B, Roger Freling; Class C,
Smith; Class D-E, Michael Gold;
and Unrated Class, Mike Gaief-
sky.
Randall Shepard, the tourna-
ment organizer, who originally
guaranteed $175 in cash prizes,
increased the amount to nearly
$800 due to what he termed an
overwhelming turnout.
Ben Crane, the tournament di-
rector, who also teaches the Uni-
versity Course Mart course, His-
, tory of Chess, warned that in the
future, tournament organizers
will have to be prepared for
tournaments the size of this one.
Crane added that although there
were a few minor problems in
the running of the tournament,
he considered it a success and
"a healthy sign for chess" in
this city.

(Continued from Page 1)
Hanoi reportedly had been de-
manding a force of only 250 men
when the talks broke off Dec. 13.
The United States was talking in
terms of up to 5,000 supervisors,
while Saigon wanted several times
that many.
In Saigon, Nixon's emissary,
Gen. Alexander Haig conferred
for two-and-a-halfhourscyester-
,day with Thieu on the latest draft
agreement before the Paris peace
negotiators.
The U. S. Embassy indicated
further meetings between Haig and
Thieu and said Haig's schedule
was " open - ended." This was
AND WE'RE STILL
WAITING
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taken to mean Haig hoped to get
final agreement from Thieu before
returning to Washington, thus lay-
ing the groundwork for Kissinger
to return to Paris to okay the
agreement with Tho.
Meanwhile in Paris, North Viet-
namese officials expressed reserve
about immediate peace prospects
despite president Nixon's order
suspending all bombing, shelling;
and any further mining of North
Vietnam.
"The bombing has been suspend-
ed but peace is, still not signed",
one Hanoi official commented.

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