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We decided to wait and see what the others would do with them. A trifling matter -it turned · out you rinsed your fingers in the bowl after eating. Then a polite good-bye and we were driven back in the host's immense · limousine. It was good that there were a few more days to go to the tournament, and I could concentrate on the main thing-the chess I Gradually the other players turned up. Emmanual Lasker had not stuck to his normal rule and ruTived later than me. He was almost 6& 52 Achi'eving the Aim years old-a great deal.

Camp is not the army and I was passed as suitable. We lived under canvas. Due to my inexperience I occupied a place at the very edge of the tents. it was raining for it to turn wet-the tent let the water through. At first they often chased us out to the aerodrome at night. Once I even got dressed while still asleep, lagged behind then caught up my detach­ ment, but only became fully awake when we marched on to the airfield runway. The aerodrome at that time was in high grass full of dew, and we got wet through.

Smurov. Smurov hadsetup tbis laboratory (with first-class equip­ ment ordered from the USA) which was located in the Electrotecbnical ln­ stitute on Pesochnaya Street. As a result of the reorganisation the labora-· tory was transferred to our Institute. Smurov was already seriouslyill. On­ ce, not long before his death, I was presented to him in his professor's flat. The Polytechnic : It was boring for tnein the laboratory. While ! was still a- student • 27 doing a· practical I had had to calculate the stability of the planned Bielorussia Energy system.

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