Henry L. Nattons '47, recently elected to the honorary title of king by the Harvard Chess Club, for the fourth time in as many terms took on all comers in simultaneous chess in the Lowell House Dining Room, Wednesday night. Nattens made it a clean sweep by winning from all of his challengers, eight of whom faced him during the evening's competition.
Nattens Checkmates Eight in Simultaneous Chess Exhibition
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