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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 29, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday July 28, 1972

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37 MOVES TO GLORY

Bobby
REYKJAVIK, Iceland I) -
Bobby Fischer's relentless of-
fense overwhelmed chess cham-
pion Boris Spassky and forced
him to resign yesterday night
after 37 moves in the eighth
game of their world title series.
The games marked the fourth
time Spassky has resigned in the
24-game battle to retain his
crown. It gave the American
challenger a 5-3 lead over the
Russian champion going into the
ninth game scheduled for Sun-
day. Fischer needs 12' points
to bring the title to the United
States; Spassky 12 to keep it.
Spassky gave Fischer his hand
in a gesture conceding the de-
feat. Both walked off the stage,
Spassky trailing Fischer. Out-
side the Russian smiled climbed
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bumps Boris

into his yellow Rance R o v e r
and drove off.
Some experts said the champ-
ion played like a child in yester-
day's game. Fischer's rooks dog-
ged his king relentlessly, and the
Russian's pawns were hopelessly
scattered when the contest end-
ed after nearly four hours. In
a slow but sure endgame, Fis-
cher pressed home his advant-
age, with strong centrally plac-
ed rooks.
He kept his pawns on the black
squares, threatening Spassky' s
black-squared bishop and his
powerful pieces on the white
squares, out of the reach of
Spassky's bishop. Some were
critical of Spassky's play. "This
is not championship chess," said
grandmaster Miguel Najdorf of
Argentine.
Fischer opened with the white
pieces and his Queen's bishop
pawnsthe lbERglishi opening, dc-
priving Spassky of any counter-
play by continual pressure.
Spassky's mirror-play x a s
thought designed to irritate Fis-
cher.
The symmetry was smashed at
the seventh move. as Fischer
forced a pawn and then a knight
exchange. This left his pieces
better developed with the queer
well up.
At the 11th move. lie introduc-
ed a variationi which Spassky
considered for 52 muinutes. Es-
perts said Spassky chose tLii
only possible response. For the
moment, he was out of danger.
But minutes later, on the 16th
move, the champion blundered.
with an exchange which cost him
a rook to Fischer's bishop and
pawn. Fischer put him in check
three moves later, regained the
MONEY TALKS:

crucial pawn, and tightened his
hold as the endgame unfolded
toward defeat for Spassky.
But Fischer forced the champ-
ion into check on the 21st move.
In squeezing out, Spassky lost
a pawn.
Spass ky spiked
Fischer-Wbite Spassky-Blaek
1. P-QI4 P-QB4
2Kt-QOS Kt-QB3
Kt-B3 Kt-B3
4. P-KKt3 P-KKt3
5. B-Kt2 B-Kt2
6. 0-0 0-
IElapsed tine: Fischer 14 initites,
sitsasky 12 mninutes.
7. P-4 4PxP'
0. KtxP KtiKt
9. QxKt P-Q3
10. B-Kt5 B-K3
11. Q-14 to come
Elapsed time, Fischer 2:mitutes,
SitasskSy 37 mintites
it. C-Kt3tKl-Qlsi
14. Q-QSI'-QRt
15. B-K3P-QKt4
t7. lBltol
19. Klt-Q1Kt-Q2
20. Kt-Q5QxQ
21. KtxPchK-li-
22. RxQKxKt
23. RtxBR-Ktich
24. B-B1Kt-84
25. K-Kt2P-QR4
Elapsed time: Fischer 505 Attttes,
spassky 100 minutes.
26. 1-K4 B-R
27. P-B4 P-B3
29. IR K2-QBS li-Kt
to. B-Ku2I'-R4
Si. K B-I -Q2 lB-IM
32. P-B5ch Pxp
33. PxPch K-K4
34. RB4-Q4 KxP
35, R-Qat-ltK-KS
B. RxQPch K-K2
37. r-B6
Spassky resigns
Elapsed time: Fischer 94 mitnttes,
Spassky 135 minites.

WHA raids Bruins

A O A

CLEVELAND tP' - Gerry
Cheevers, star goalie of the
Boston Bruins of the National
Hockey League, jumped to the
Cleveland Crusaders of the
World Hockey Association yes-
terday for "the security of my
family."
Details of the contract, in-
cluding its length, were not re-
vealed, but Crusaders owner
Nick Mileti termed the contract
"probably as fine a contract as
any goalie has ever had and
one of the finest in the his-"
tory of shorts,"
"I weighed a lot of things in
the last three weeks," said
Cheevers a miain cog in the
Bruins march to the Stanley

Cup championship. "My prior-
ities got down to one thing, se-
curity of my family."
BOSTON - The New Eng-
land Whalers announced yes-
terday that former Boston
Bruin favorite Ted Green has
signed a long - term contract
with the World Hockey Associ-
ation team for an undisclosed
amount.
. PHILADELPHIA s) -
The Philadelphia Blazers of the
fledgling World Hockey Asso-
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given Derek Sanderson until
next Wednesday to jump the
National Hockey League Bos-
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