Redwood City Weekly News by Frisco Del Rosario

Chess, May 3, 1989 (Paul Morphy)

Chess, May 10, 1989 (Wilhelm Steinitz)

Chess, May 24, 1989 (Bishop's Gambit - Yesterday & Today)

Chess, May 31, 1989 (Before The Clock Starts)

Chess, June 21, 1989 (Morphy's Birthday)

Chess, June 28, 1989 (Grandmaster Autobiographies)

Chess, July 26, 1989 (The Dean Of American Chess)

Chess, August 9, 1989 (Los Angeles Expert Wins U.S. Women's Championship)

Chess, September 6, 1989 (Grandmaster De Firmian Wins 24th LERA Class Championships)

Chess, September 27, 1989 (Grandmaster Seirawan Wins FIDE Continental Action Tournament)

Chess, November 8, 1989 (Fuentes Wins 1st Goodwin Open)

Chess, November 15, 1989 (A Hero's Welcome)

Chess, November 22, 1989 (Five Tied For U.S. Championship Lead)

Chess, November 29, 1989 (Five Tie For First At American Open)

Chess, December 13, 1989 (Twenty-Year-Old Wins Share Of U.S. Championship)

Chess, January 3, 1990 (American Interzonalist Guilty Of Stock Manipulation)

Chess, February 21, 1990 (Two Share Top People's Prize)

Chess, April 18, 1990 (Yesterday Chess Was Such An Easy Game To Play)

Chess, May 9, 1990 (GMs To Meet In San Francisco Playoff For Two Interzonal Berths)

Chess, May 16, 1990 (De Firmian, Miles Earn Final Two Interzonal Berths)

Chess, May 30, 1990 (The Mid-Peninsula's Master Of Combination)

Chess, June 27, 1990 (If Not The Warriors, Definitely The Sacramento Kings)

Chess, February 20, 1991 (San Carlos/Australia Telephone Match This Friday)

Chess, February 27, 1991 (2nd Pan Pacific Grandmaster Tournament Begins Saturday)

Chess, March 13, 1991 (Hanging On The Telephone)

Chess, March 20, 1991 (Chess Champ Continues To Confound Communists)

Chess, March 27, 1991 (Levy Captures Burlingame Swiss)

Chess, April 10, 1991 (Torre Wins Pan-Pacific Event)

Chess, May 29, 1991 (Sequoia High School To Host Chess/Pizza Gathering)

Chess, June 5, 1991 (Commemorating Bobby's Bust)

Chess, June 19, 1991 (5th Berkeley Class Struggle This Weekend)

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