The permanent trophy for the cable chess matches between Cambridge and Oxford, and Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and Princeton, will be on exhibition in the Living Room of the Union today and tomorrow, and in Gore Hall on Friday and Saturday. The trophy is a silver shield given by Mr. I. L. Rice and valued at $1200. It was recently won temporarily by the British universities and will therefore be sent to England shortly.
Rice Chess Trophy on Exhibition.
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