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The Chess Tournament.

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The preliminary round in the chess tournament has been completed as follows:-

SECTION A.1. Webster won 5; lost 0.

2. Sturgis won 4; lost 1.

3. Everett won 3; lost 2.

4. Carter won 1; lost 4.

4. Chamberlain won 1; lost 4.

4. Green won 1; lost 4.

SECTION B.1. Chamberlin won 4; lost 1.

1. R. D. Brown won 4; lost 1.

3. Irwin won 3; lost 2.

3. Davis won 3; lost 2.

5. Crane won 1; lost 4.

6. Thorndike won 0; lost 5.

SECTION C.1. Black won 4; lost 0.

1. F. M. Brown won 4; lost 0.

3. Hale won 3; lost 2.

4. Powers won 2; lost 3.

5. Pearson won 1-2; lost 4 1-2.

5. Glazier won 1-2; lost 4 1 2.

SECTION D.1. Nicolls won 4; lost 1.

2. Taussig won 3 1-2; lost 1 1-2.

2. Darling won 3 1-2; lost 1 1-2.

4. Hapgood won 3; lost 2.

5. Greenleaf won 1; lost 4.

6. Brackett won 0; lost 5.

The committee urges the men in the final round to play all their games this week if possible. The following is a list of the men, and a table of first moves is added: 1, F. M. Brown; 2, Webster; 3, Nicolls; 4, Black; 5, R. D. Brown; 6, Chamberlin; 7, Taussig or Darling; 8, Sturgis. No. 1 moves first with 2, 4, 6 and 8, No. 2 with 3, 5 and 7; No. 3 with 1, 4, 6 and 8; No. 4 with 2, 5 and 7; No. 5 with 1, 3, 6 and 8; No. 6 with 2, 4 and 7; No. 7 with 1, 3, 5 and 8; No. 8 with 2, 4 and 6.

The committee would repeat its request that all men pay their entrance fees immediately.

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