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Whist Team Wins

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In Saturday's play in the duplicate whist contest Harvard make a net gain of 17 -- 12 in the afternoon and five in the evening. Harvard played a straight long suit game and Yale played an irregular lead, showing strength in trumps. The total tricks were: Harvard 47, Yale 30. Harvard now holds a record of six victories during the last six years. The players were: Harvard--A. J. Halle 2L., E. D. Fullerton 2L., H. H. Fox '00, A. R. Campbell 1L., M. Hyman 1L., M. G. Beaman 1L., E. S. Foster '01, and N. S. Kelly 2L. Yale--E. C. Andrews '00, S. M. Wood '00, F.F. Ferry '00, R.H. Nevins '01, R. M. Hosley '00, B. Webster, H. S. McAuley, and R. B. Tillinghast '02 (captain).

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