This is your invitation to attend the
1975 IDAHO STATE (CLOSED) CHESS TOURNAMENT
To be held in Twin Falls, Idaho at the YWCA building on East Elizabeth Blvd., site of previous tournaments.
Registration: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Saturday, February 15, play starts at 9:45 a.m. Swiss style tournament with five rounds, three Saturday and two Sunday. Play will be over by 5:30 p.m. Sunday to allow for travel.
Entry Fee: $10.00 except $7.00 for juniors 18 years old or younger.
USCF Rated. All entrants must belong to or join the U.S. Chess Federation (can join at the tournament). present members bring current paid up card.
One playing section for all classes. Harkness pairings, 60/2 time limit. Median primary tie break. Ted Hartwell directs.
Prizes: Trophies for top three finishers plus top junior, regardless of rating. In addition, cash prizes strictly within class = $30.00 for 1st, 1800 rating and over (Class A and Expert) (No 2nd and 3rd in this class due to lack of enough participants); $20/1st, $15/2nd, $10/3rd for 1600-1799; $20/1st, $15/2nd, $10/3rd for under 1600 or unrated.
Our annual business meeting will be held at the tournament. new officers for 1975 will be elected. Ted Hartwell is current President and Dick Vandenburg is Secretary-Treasurer. The sponsoring Twin Falls Chess Club issies everyone a cordial invitation to attend this year's tournament and renew your Idaho chess friendships.
For further information contact Ted Hartwell, 599 Crestview Dr., Twin Falls 83301.
$1,000 CONTINENTAL LIFE & ACCIDENT - IDAHO OPEN, May 3-4, 1975.
In Boise at the Boise State University Union Building, College Blvd. & Bellevue. $1,000 prize fund guaranteed! including large class prizes from Class D thru Expert. USCF Rated. Entry = $15 (over 18) except $12 if received by May 1, or $10 (under 19) except $8 if received by May 1. 5SS, 50/2. Register 8:00-9:00 a.m. Saturday, play starts 9:30 a.m. Dick Vandenburg, ITD, directs. For information write him at 2316 Regan Abvd., Boise, Idaho 83702.
TOURNAMENT RESULTS -- Western Idaho Open, Boise, Idaho - December 7-8, 1974