National Geographic : 1961 Sep
U.A.R. Duels Yugoslavia in Rapid-transit Chess Players clock their moves; anyone who exceeds the time limit forfeits the game. Here Marjam Stopar Babsek of Yugoslavia, who moves the black pieces, weighs a maneuver against Shankri Mohammed of the United Arab Republic. They play in the fifth-floor lounge of the Secretariat, where staff members relax during off-duty hours. Organized activities for U.N . employees and fam ilies include a jazz society and softball league, women's guild and co-op, and ballet, bowling, bridge, cricket, and skiing clubs.