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2003 Canadian SCRABBLE Championship Photos: Round 13

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Photo 13-001

David Boys (Dorval QC) vs. Bernard Gotlieb (Cote St. Luc QC).

Photo 13-002

Former CNSC Champion Joel Wapnick (Montréal QC) vs. current CNSC Champion Ron Hoekstra (Kentwood, MI).

Photo 13-003

David Stokoe (Windsor ON) vs. Fern Lindzon (North York ON).

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Holding their heads, Robin Pollock Daniel (Toronto ON) vs. Tony Leah (Ajax ON).

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Siri Tillekeratne (Calgary AB) vs. Ian Bell (Waterloo ON).

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When John Chew asks me why I don't have more news on games played by Siri Tillekeratne (Calgary AB), I want to show him why. What can be gleaned from a scoresheet like this other than Siri likes the color red?

Photo 13-007

Libero Paolella (Toronto ON) vs. Mike Ryan (Vancouver BC).

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Teri Tetreault (Calgary AB) vs. Salvatore Desiato (Toronto ON).

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Fern Lindzon (North York ON) chimes in on an endgame talk between Ron Hoekstra (Kentwood, MI) and Joel Wapnick (Montréal QC). Fern is now one win shy of Joel's record.

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Joel Wapnick (Montréal QC) vs. Ron Hoekstra (Kentwood, MI).

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