The games which were unfinished in the dual chess match between Harvard and Yale Friday night will be adjudicated by G. H. Walcott, of the Boston Chess Club. These games are those between P. W. Bridgman '04 of Harvard, and E. B. Adams '04 Div., of Yale; G. Gordon '04 and H. E. Dimock '06, of Yale; C. W. Lewis '04 and J. J. Fisher 3L., of Yale and A. E. Goddard sL. and B. Chandler '04, of Yale. The six games already finished have left the score a tie, each side having three games to its credit.
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