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Simultaneous Chess.

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Mr. J. F. Barry, the champion of the Boston Chess Club, played simultaneous games of chess with nine members of the Harvard Chess Club at their weekly meeting last night. Mr. Barry won all but three of the games as is shown by the appended score:

Harvard Player. Opening. Winner.

1. Johnson. French. Barry.

2. Southard. French. Barry.

3. Peck. King's Gambit. Peck.

4. Ballou. Ponziani. Barry.

5. Shoenfeld. Ruy Lopez. Shoenfeld.

6. Ffaulke. All gain. Barry.

7. Ryder. Queens pawn. Barry.

8. Dunn. Sicilian. Draw.

9. Davis. French. Barry.

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