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Duplicate Whist Tournament.

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The men who will compete in the final round of the duplicate whist tournament are as follows:

1. E. K. Hall, M. B. Jones.

2. J. D. Arnold, E. Mellus.

3. A. D. Salinger, W. T. Gunnison.

4. C. D. Booth, W. T. Denison.

Each couple will play with every other couple for the best two out of three matches, and these matches will count in the invitation tournament.

The records of the couples who are in the final round are as follows;

Won. Lost.

Salinger, Gunnison, 8 0

Booth, Denison, 9 1

Hall, Jones, 7 2

Arnold, Mellus, 7 2

In addition to the men in the final round, the following couples are invited to participate in the tournament which shall decide upon the players to meet Yale May 3, and 4, probably in New Haven:

1. G. A. Gray, J. T. Whicher.

2. E. H. Brown, E. W. Ryerson.

3. J. Smith, Jr., M. E. Ingalls.

4. E. H. Clark, C. L. Bremer.

5. C. E. Smith, F. N. Morrill.

6. T. L. Ross and partner.

7. R. C. Grew, A. Whiteside, Jr.

The entrance fee will be one dollar per man, to be used for paying the expenses of the team to New Haven.

Any of the above couples not wishing to enter this tournament will please send word at once to 21 Thayer.

Of these couples each will play every other for the best two out of three matches.

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