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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, August 16, 1972

BLUNDERS AT 27th:
SPassky slips to draw

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REYK JAVIK, Iceland /7i- "enod for the 35-year-old Russian
Boris Spassky let possible wmn- when he won a pawn on his 21st
ring charces slip sway from him meve. The payers traded queens
yesterday aod drewe the 14th and a ishop-knight ssap evened.
gime of his world title chess an earlier one. Fischer then had
match with challesger Bobby ann isoated queen's knight pasn,
Fisch-h sih his pieces seighted heaiy
The 29-vyer-oldI Amer icanaf-n the kingside.
ter 401 moives arid fiursbors of S pasky's prsitio was morre
pay, aknowsiledged an insevitable balaced-three paws o each
draw by standing rp arid extend- sid iif the board--and his bishop
isngIis hasod to Spassky.The or) knight stilt prrtected the
score ross stands a it 5;2i avnc square fr his gqen's
Fiscewis faisori sith ll gaisispari.
left to play. Yesterday's game tut tte ctamspirm blcw Iis
wras pistpooed rntundayrry hrhan-ces. tOn his 27ttr move hc
Spasskry's illess, orerlookedl areemetar crin-
Fischer coo take the iworlI bration, movisng his kings bish-
chess crown ouirtrf the Soviet orippawno one surerr, and soon5
Unioo for the first time siicatecilot te pains adantae
1948iwith rnly forr more points. hiehadiwo.
liur Spasky needs 6",trtainTcau h1iecarmpion sat sith Iis brck
it. A win counssore point a drawito te adience. Ile simothed his
half a print fr each plasyer Isaivridrsi rber) the bck ofIis
The 15th gamse is schsedutecdfor sck
tomorroiw. "e ise tell youithtart really
The position began tSrlot:hai- hrts,' a ong Aisericans said.
11111(5is ,1Qlfling sh1rt
1, PQ13 P-3 2. BQKtS5Q I'
3.P i-KtKi.2:1. liii 4 Qil
4. - I.P K? i2. 3P Isis1
5 -I iiQ-t i5iBK K-Kil
I ii-K3 -ii 6.iR QiR i R-Qisi
7.iQii K1-: K-Q -us
5tpe i i me is cher,10 mnite.ii9rixis..P
Spassy 19 in rs in30. 1 Kt P-II
H. R1iii i R-1i31.5R 1' Rlii'
is:? is Kt I PKSS 3 i.iKlB-itS
ilpsd itinie itFishierr 14iuniiiiiis. is. iiQiiPi iK ii53
Spasskiy 46eminuts. i5.i1i1P-ill
i4SK-5 K) K23ii KK P-KU4
K. it4Kt-K :7.K53l-K~ili
K 6.RItiBxR Q38.K-QK3 K-3
Elp ed itime:'Firsi-er 6 ii ii ciiii 40 C-Q K-K
Spssyt86minutes rw
18. i-K5 isxKr ims:Fichr 13 isses
is. Qx it-QI13 Spassy 13 isnuesr.
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"It's prre physical pain."
Yugoslav grasdssaser Seto-
ear Ghigoric said: "He had
chances for a win until then, but
it would have been a long game."
A lightning ex change of pieces
left an end gamiro of pawns ard
roriks--omeesof the hardest for a
Biefrre the gome began referee
Ithas'r Schmid rejected the
Amrericars chaleger's cotetions
thsat tie medical cerifcate Spas-
sky presented in postponing Sun-
day's gamicsewas iot specife
enioughs.
Schmsid sal it wasn't neces-
sari' for a player trs be stiefic
abrirt his illness. 'It only needs
toi be certified' by' a doctor, he
added.
Fischer, playingp the white
tieces, oplened the gamse by mos-
ingIis qree's bishop rosn fr-
iward two squtares.
'Then en his fifth mae e
created a stir among experts by
}moving his bishop to bishop four
instead of the textbook move-
bishop to knight five. The ex-
perts said this mere apparently
sias designed t surprise the
cbamipion., -
Fircher inoitited 'si exchange
of twor pairs of Ipawns. 'This left
the GRssian wsthb ao isolated
forwrard qurein's pawn prtectedi
bst three pieces aind attacked by
twoi.
Spassky warlked away with a
glass of oilk in hi hand, while
the challenger pordered his 12th
inore. Jrust as Ie did, Fischer
pushed Iis queer's rook pawns
onre square, forcisng Sarssky to
return to the board.
The move opened the possibility
of Fischer's winnirg a pawno after
grabbing the champion's crucial
queen's pawn. Experts said
Spassky should hae countered
by movirig his black-squared
bishop, bit e advanced his
kings rook pawn one square.
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aimount of cash, the club said.
Coletta joined the Angels 1sf
night at Clereland from Louis-
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through Aug. 8, sixth best in the
Interniatiorial League.
Coletta, who has played at
I,ousrille 'for forr years, also
hatted .318 last year with 45
runis batted in ard seven homers.
Krosko, acquired in January
from the Milwaukee Brewers'
Evansville farm club, batted
.239 with six home rsrs ard 13
RBt in 49 ganmes with the Angels
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