San Francisco Chronicle

   Chess, Sunday, November 19, 1905

E. J. Clarke

   Chess, Sunday, July 24, 1921

   Chess, Sunday, October 9, 1921

   Chess, Sunday, October 16, 1921

   Chess, Sunday, October 23, 1921

   Chess, Sunday, October 30, 1921

   Chess, Sunday, January 15, 1922 (Elmer W. Gruer won the 1st California Chess Championship, held at the Mechanics' Institute Chess Club.)

   Chess, Sunday, January 29, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, February 12, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, February 26, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, May 14, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, July 23, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, October 1, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, October 22, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, November 12, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, December 17, 1922

   Chess, Sunday, May 20, 1923

   Chess, Sunday, August 5, 1923

   Chess, Sunday, February 6, 1927

   Chess, Sunday, August 7, 1927

   Chess, Sunday, August 21, 1927 (Elmer W. Gruer won the California State Chess Championship in Los Angeles.)

   Chess, Sunday, August 28, 1927

   Chess, Sunday, October 16, 1927

   Chess, Sunday, April 1, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, April 8, 1928 (Miss Cameron, 1927 President of the C.C.L.N.A., is the California chess fraternity's "first lady.")

   Chess, Sunday, April 15, 1928 (Transbay Team beats Mechanics' Institute Team 8-7)

   Chess, Sunday, April 22, 1928 (Wallace E. Neville, author of 'Chess Humanics', gave a Simultaneous Exhibition at the Mechanics' Institute Chess Club and scored 10 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw.)

   Chess, Sunday, April 29, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, May 6, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, May 27, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, August 5, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, August 19, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, September 23, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, December 16, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, December 23, 1928

   Chess, Sunday, January 6, 1929

   Chess, Sunday, March 3, 1929

   Chess, Sunday, March 10, 1929

   Chess, Sunday, March 31, 1929

   Chess, Sunday, May 12, 1929

   Chess, Sunday, May 19, 1929 (World Champion Alexander Alekhine gave a Simultaneous Exhibition at the Mechanics' Institute Chess Club and scored 27 wins, 8 losses and 8 draws.)

   Chess, Sunday, August 11, 1929

George Koltanowski

   November 14, 1949 (Chronicle Chess Festival)

   November 20, 1949 (Chess Record Play-As Rough as a Channel Swim - Leisure Chess Problem 81)

   August 27, 1952 (Chess Olympics)

   August 28, 1952 (Olympic Chess)

   August 30, 1952 (Chess Olympics)

   September 4, 1952 (Chess Olympics)

   November 1, 1952 (An Analysis Of World Chess Meet)

   January 31, 1954 (Exhibition Wednesday - Top U.S. Player, Reshevsky, To Play Here)

   Chess Notes, December 30, 1956 (Exhibition Set Jan. 18)

   Chess Notes, January 6, 1957 (Solutions To No. 13)

   Chess Notes, January 17, 1957 (Four Events This Week)

   January 20, 1957 (Junior Title Chess Play Set Here)

   Chess Notes, January 27, 1957 (Entries In CFNC Open)

   Check Your Position On the Chess Ladder, January 27, 1957

   Chess Notes, February 1, 1957 (Ledgerwood Wins Open)

   Chess Notes, February 3, 1957 (CFNC Championship Play Set)

   February 10, 1957 (Major Chess Event Set At Quentin)

   Check Your Position On the Chess Ladder, February 10, 1957

   March 3, 1957 (Spring Chess Tournament Announced)

   Check Your Position On the Chess Ladder, March 10, 1957

   The Chess Column, March 31, 1957 (First Spring CFNC Chess Tournament)

   April 7, 1957 (Berkeley Chess Club Wins Round)

   April 14, 1957 (Close Finish In Industrial Chess Race)

   May 5, 1957 (World Chess Title Won By Smyslov)

   May 26, 1957 (U.S. Chess Open Set August 5-17)

   The Chess Column, June 2, 1957 (New Officers of Chess Friends of Northern California)

   Chess Notes, June 9, 1957 (News of The Clubs)

   The New Chess Ladder, June 9, 1957

   June 30, 1957 (U.S. Junior Chess Champ To Play Here)

   July 7, 1957 (U.S. Junior Chess Title Tourney Set)

   July 9, 1957 (33 Here in U.S. Junior Chess Meet)

   July 10, 1957 (Jr. Chess Tourney in 3-Way Tie)

   The Chess Column, July 14, 1957 (U.S. Junior Championship Tournament)

   Chess Notes, February 2, 1958 (2 Big Dates On the Bay Area Calendar)

   Chess Notes, February 9, 1958 (World Title Match Set)

   Chess Ladder, November 8, 1959 (Kitabayashi Wins for the Fifth Time)

   Chess, December 8, 1961 (The Development Of A World Champion)

   March 11, 1963 (Unique Chess Match)

   May 12, 1963 (Your Next Move Should Be ...)

   May 25, 1963 (Chess With the Giants)

   Chess, May 26, 1963 (Gold Teeth for Free - Curious Match Play)

   June 1, 1963 (Winners of Chess Contest)

   Chess, Sunday, June 15, 1963 (Koltanowski USA vs Keres USSR)

   Chess, Sunday, August 16, 1964 (A Series of TV Lectures)

   Chess, December 27, 1964 (New Year's Plans)

   Chess, January 31, 1965 (Tourneys, Exhibitions And Gossip)

   Chess, Sunday, April 14, 1967 (World Champions)

   Chess, August 25, 1967 (Open Chess Tournament In San Francisco)

   Chess, May 29, 1968 (Candidates Semi-finals)

   Chess, June 3, 1970 (Last Round Blues)

   Chess, January 6, 1972 (Kolty Simul in Menlo Park)

   Chess, May 3, 1972 (K. Grivainis-Dr. F. Gamboa, California Open, Fresno, 1965)

   Chess, May 6, 1975 (Taking Acers On)

   Chess, May 7, 1975 (Acer's Revenge)

   Chess, June 4, 1975 (Swiss Tournament)

   Chess, September 1, 1975 (Paul Keres 1916-1975)

   Chess, January 29, 1976 (The Monterey Coast Open)

   Chess, March 25, 1976 (Played in Australia, 1976)

   Chess, October 27, 1978 (Computer Encounters Of The Chess Kind)

   Chess, February 12, 1979 (Played in the California Chess Masters Open, Berkeley)

   Chess, June 4, 1979 (Lone Pine Highlights)

   Chess, July 11, 1979 (Readers Send In)

   Chess, July 26, 1979 (Readers Send In)

   Chess, July 30, 1979 (Paul Masson Seventh Annual Class Championship)

   Chess, October 9, 1979 (From The Bookshelf)

   Chess, August 25, 1980 (Played By Mail, Australia, 1945)

   Chess, August 27, 1980 (Paul Masson Chess Festival)

   The Chess Column, August 28, 1980 (Paul Masson Chess Festival Spassky Exhibition)

   Chess, August 29, 1980 (Spassky's Only Loss)

   Chess, September 1, 1980 (Dr. Max Euwe's Only Loss)

   Chess, July 29, 1983 (Excitement In Pasadena)

   Chess, August 8, 1983 (The Kasparov Question)

   Chess, March 30, 1984 (A Chess Festival will be held at Longfellow School in Berkeley)

   Chess, June 13, 1984 (World Correspondence Chess Title)

   Chess, July 4, 1984 (Coinciding Championships)

   Chess, August 21, 1984 (U.S. Chess Championship)

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