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The arrangements for the Harvard Yale whist match, which is to be played on Saturday, Masch 28, have been completed. The following men will make up the team which is to go to New Haven: W. T. Denison '96, C. D. Booth 1L., F. C. Thwaits 3L., C. E. Whitmore 2L., F. N. Morrill '97 and J. W. Peck '96; substitutes, J. D. Arnold 3L. and E. W. Ryerson 2M. Mr. James Stone, secretary of the Brooklyn Whist League, will referee the match.

Tonight the same team will play the short suit team of the American Whist Club at the latter's rooms in Boston.

Peck and Morrill yesterday defeated Thwaits and Whitmore in the finals of the whist, tournament by a score of 8 to 6. The winners now play Booth and Dennison for the championship and have already won one game. The pair winning the best three out of five games will win the championship.

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