|1965 in Korea|
Wozney was a solid master with many Midwest tournament victories to his credit. He lives in a suburb of Cleveland.
He tied for first in the 1964 Ohio Champonship with Richard Kause, George Kellner, James Harkins and David Presser, won outright in 1967 and in 1969 he eked out a tiebreak victory over Robert H. Burns, Jr and Richard Garber. Then in 1971 he again tied for first with Robert Burns and Ross Sprague, Burns getting the title on tiebreaks. In 1972 he won the State title on tiebreaks over Ross Sprague, Richard Kause and Jerry Fink. In 1974 he again tied for first with Robert Burns, Jerry Fink, James Voelker and Arthur Keske with Burns again gaining the title on tiebreaks.
|Playing Albert Sandrin (rigth) in 1967|
This game features a snazzy win by Wozney from the 1973 US Open.