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Harvard-Yale Whist.


The duplicate whist tournament between Harvard and Yale will take place this afternoon and evening at club house of the Theta Delta Chi, corner of Ware Street and Broadway. Yale's representatives arrived in Boston last night and are staying at Young's Hotel. The two teams are made up as follows:

Harvard - A. D. Salinger L. S. and W. T. Gunnison L. S., W. T. Dennison '96 and C. D. Booth '96, E. K. Hill L. S., and M. B. Jones L. S.

Yale - A. F. Carpenter '95 and C. S. Thurston '95, G. P. Wiley '95 and H. S. Peck '96, E. W. Hobart '95 and J. H. Peck '95.

Referee - Mr. Fisher Ames.

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