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Chess and Whist Club.

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At the meeting of the Chess and Whist Club last evening, only one match of the whist tournament was played off. R. D. Brown and H. A. Davis completed their first round by being defeated by H. H. Baker and F. P. Denny. Their score of four games won and one lost, insures them a place in the final round. Victories for R. C. Harrison, and P. J. Harrison over H. H. Baker and F. P. Denny, and also over H. Webster and J. Crane, were reported In section A, Baker and Denny have finished their games with a score of two games won and three lost, and Hale and Stetson, three won, two lost. Section B promises to be closely contested. P. K, Brown and E. A. Darling were the first to finish, with a score of two won, two lost.

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