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The Chess Tournament.

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The drawings for the Chess tournament are as follows:

Section I. 1, K. Brown; 2, J. Crane; 3. F. W. Burlingham; 4, O. B. Hawes; 5, W. Reed.

Section II. 1, F. H. Gage; 2, H. G. Nichols; 3, W. F. Baker; 4, S. Adams; 5, M. C. Nichols. Section III. J. F. Morton; 2. W. B. Greenleaf; 3, F. Irwin; 4, F. W. Nichols; 5, A. P. Stone; 6, Allen Latham.

O. B. Hawes, F. H. Gage and M. C. Nichols must make arrangements and play games with men in their sections before Wednesday, December 4, or their games will be forfeited.

The following games have already been played: In section 1, K. Brown beat Reed and Crane beat Burlingham. In section 2, H. G. Nichols played a draw with Baker. In section 3, Morton beat Greenleaf, Stone beat Morton, Nichols played a draw with Morton and Nicolls beat Stone.

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