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Correspondence Chess with Yale.

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The Harvard Chess Club yesterday received a challenge from the Yale Chess Club to play two games of chess by correspondence. At the last meeting of the Chess Club it was voted that the secretary should accept such a challenge (of which notice had already been given) at once, in view of the lateness of the season. A committee composed of E. E. Southard '97, chairman, C. H. Dunn '96, and A. W. Ryder '97, has been appointed to manage the games, which are to begin at once. Harvard has white in one game and black in the other.

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