Since the two men were chosen to represent Harvard in the intercollegiate tournament, the interest in the Harvard chess tournament has flagged, and the men have been very slow in playing their games. But one game remains now to be played, between Van Kleeck and Shenfeld. Ballou has won the tournament, Shoenfeld is second. The score up to date is as follows:
Ballou, 5 1
Shoenfeld, 3 1-2 1 1-2
Van Kleeck, 1 1-2 3 1-2
Mumford, 1 5
It is reported that Skinner, one of the Yale representatives in the intercollegiate tournament, is ill, and may be unable to play. His substitute will be Ross or Arnstein.