Scottish Championship 1922

compiled by Alan McGowan

The thirty-fifth annual congress of the Scottish Association opened at Perth on Good Friday. There were seven entries for the Scottish Championship, viz.:—W. Gibson (last year’s winner) and James Marshall, Glasgow; P. Wenman and G. Page, Edinburgh; N. Schwartz and H.J.M. Toms [sic – should be Thoms], Dundee; and H.L. Forbes, Perth. The congress was officially opened by Councillor A.J. Heatley, Perth, this year;s president of the S.C.A. Perth has one representative in the principal tourney in H.L. Forbes, who played for a season or two in Scottish chess, about twenty years ago. Mr. Gibson retained his title. A lightning tourney of about sixteen entries was played on 15th April, P. Wenman winning first and N. Schwartz second prize.
(British Chess Magazine 1922, p 195/6)

Scottish Championship 1922

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W. Gibson

 

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P. Wenman

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H.J.M. Thoms

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0

 

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G. Page

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J. Marshall

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N. Schwartz

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H.L. Forbes

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