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THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP

[Per United Press Association.] C'HRISTCHUKCir. December 30. Tlie fourth round resulted as follows:Ruckott v. Barnes (Falkbcer Counter Crambit). —Adjourned. Pawns are equal, liarnes having a knij:hl and n bishop against two km'shts. Kelhng v. C, E. Fox \Jl.ix Lanqel.—A very open pa me. Fox lost n queen for a rook on move 35. and resigned. firiersou v. 31 lira (PelrofF Defence). —Mara lost, a knijhr on tbe 24t.h move, and surrendered forthwith. Dodds v. Pleasants (Guioco Fir.noi -Dodds won a piece on ih<; 13tb move. Pleasant* coniiimed on to move 31, when he resigned. Hieks v. Jloore (Guioco Fmio). —Moore lost a. queen for a rook and a. knight, and resigned at- move 21, mate threatened. Scvereno v. P>. G. Fox.—Sevcrene scored hv default. 'Hill a bye.

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THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP, Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914

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