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The Fencing Trophy.

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The President of the Fencing Club received a letter yesterday from Mr. W. T. Lawson of the New York Racquet and Tennis Club in regard to the trophy that Harvard won last year. It is to be a bronze statuette of a swordsman of the time of Charlemagne, and will be completed about May 1. He says that the Racquet and Tennis Club, who offer the trophy, will allow it to be exhibited for a month in Cambridge, whether Harvard wins or not. Mr. Lawson suggests Saturday, May 4, as the date for the contest with Columbia.

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