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#16960: CHAMPIONSHIP CHESS: BOBBY FISCHER VS. BORIS SPASSKY
1972-07-11, PBS, min.
Shelby Lyman, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky

The 1972 World Chess Champioship in Reykjavik, Iceland begins between Bobby Fischer and world champion Boris Spassky of the USSR. World master and grandmaster chess players gather in the PBS TV studios to comment on the matches.

Host: Shelby Lyman.          
#16978: ABC NEWS WITH HARRY REASONER
1972-08-04, ABC, min.
Harry Reasoner, George Wallace, John Connally, Arthur Bremer, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky

Commentary from John Connally. In world chess tournament, Bobby Fischer once again defeats Boris Spassky. Arthur Bremer ruled sane by jury when shooting George Wallace, sentenced to 63 years in prison. 

Harry Reasoner host.
#17027: NEWS,THE
1972-08-13, , min.
Richard Nixon, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky, Frank Carlucci

Russian chess champion Boris Spassky takes a rest from the world chess tournament with Bobby Fischer holding an 8-5 lead. President Nixon picks Frank Carlucci to rush aid to Pennsylvania flood victims.      
#17031: NEWS,THE
1972-08-17, , min.
Nguyen Van Thieu, Henry Kissinger, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky

Henry Kissinger meets for two hours with South Vietnamese President Thieu. They will meet again shortly. After 40 moves, the 15th game in the world chess tournament between Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer is adjourned.       
#17032: NEWS,THE
1972-08-18, , min.
George McGovern, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky

Senator McGovern campaigns in the midwest. The 15th game of the world chess tournament ends in a draw. Bobby Fischer holds a 9-6 lead over Boris Spassky.                     
#17052: NEWS,THE
1972-09-01, , min.
Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky, Rick Demont

Bobby Fischer declared the winner in world chess tournament. Boris Spassky phones in resignation. Rick Demont wins Gold Medal in 400-meter freestyle.        
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