Chess - Sunday Times National Schools' Chess Contest - R.L. Johannes - London
Young chess player, R.L. Johannes, 15, of Dulwich College, London. He is one of the competitors in the Sunday Times national schools' chess tournament at St Ermin's Hotel in London.
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Chess - Chess Federation's National Chess Week - London
London transport bus crews play a large section of teenagers at the South Kensington Dining Club. The main event of the week is the mammoth match 'Teenagers' V 'Old Stagers', the finals all to be held on March 17th.
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Singer Pegg Lee
American sining star Peggy Lee as she arrives in Southampton from the USA to begin a three week season at the Pigalle in London. 22/01/02: American singing star Peggy Lee whose smoky voice in such songs as That All There Is? and Fever made her a jazz and pop legend, has died. *... it was announced. Lee died from a heart attack at her home in Bel Air, Los Angeles, said her daughter, Nicki Lee Foster. Lee repeatedly battled injury and ill health, including heart trouble, in order to maintain a career that brought her a Grammy, an Oscar nomination and sold-out houses worldwide. She was 81.