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In the open University whist tournament for pairs W. J. Miller and C. T. Robertson '98 won first, N. S. Kelly '98 and A. J. Halle '98 second.
The four men who will represent Harvard in the New England tournament to be held in Boston next Friday and Saturday are: C. D. Booth 3L., W. J. Miller 5G., A. J. Halle '98 and F. Heilig 1G.
The eight which will represent Harvard in the in ercollegiate tournament next Wednesday is made up as follows: C. D. Booth 3 L. and H. Endicott 1 L.; F. N. Morrill 1 L. and C. E. Whitmore Gr. L.; N. S. Kelly '98 and A. J. Halle '98; C. T. Robertson '98 and F. Heilig 1G. After the match a conference will be held with a view to forming an intercollegiate whist association between Harvard, Yale and Princeton. F. Heilig was authorized to represent Harvard at the conference.
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