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Carrom Federations and Associations

Was in the prison camp at Changi, Singapore. Returned to UK in the 1950s and worked as a civil servant. Henry Morton (27 July 1932 – 29 October 2013). Christ Church, Oxford. Varsity matches 1952, 1953.

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Played on a high board for Hertfordshire, 1950s, early 1960s; graded 5a ( ) on the 1956 BCF gradling list. Lecturer, inorganic chemistry, Queen Mary College, London, from 1960; earlier a technical officer, ICI. Dr Horacio Jaime Harrington y Merani (7 September 1910 – 21 December 1973). Born Bahía Blanca, Prov.

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Member of Hampstead CC, 1928. Played on a high board for Middlesex in the 1930s. County player for Sussex up to 1972.

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If the players had won a game each, a blitz tie-break would have been necessary to decide the winner. The 19-year-old Indian, who needed to win the second game to have any chance of pushing the final to a tiebreaker, found himself in trouble against the in-form world No.1. Erigaisi gave up on the 48th play and fell into more trouble. The second game ended in 52 runs as Carlsen dashed the Indian GM’s hopes. The UKCF was formed in 1991. The main work of this organisation is to promote the game of Carrom throughout the UK and ensure the participation on Uk players in all major international championships. Many of these clubs run training sessions that can be attended by interested players.

In his earlier years he was a croquet champion on at least five occasions. And his «Modern Croquet Tactics» is in its third edition. His serious work on poetry and literature is little known to chess problemists, but it may be noted that the Swedish literary society. The Samfund de Nio, awarded him a silver medal and diploma for his translations of Swedish poetry into English verse. This loss of a very old friend and a Fairy Chess collaborator for over thirty years is a sad blow and a great loss. John Dean (5 September 1917 – 23 July 1983). St Catharine’s College, Cambridge.

Selwyn, 1957, to read Natural Sciences. Ph.D., Leeds University, 1963; remained as lecturer. Principal Research Fellow, Harwell, 1969.

British Universities Individual Champion, 1957; and co-champion again in 1960. Played for Oxfordshire and later, after moving back to the London area, for Harrow and Cedars clubs. From 1960, played for Hastings CC. Regular tournament competitor in the 1960s, he qualified for the 1961 British Championship, scoring 4/11. Returned to Pinner, playing for Harrow CC but still representing Sussex in county chess.