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INTERCOLLEGIATE CHESS

Twentieth Annual Tournament in New York December 21, 22 and 23.

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The twentieth annual intercollegiate chess tournament will be held at the West Side Republican Club, New York, N. Y., on December 21, 22 and 23. Columbia, Harvard, Princeton and Yale will enter teams. The men to represent the University have not yet been picked but will be chosen within a few days.

The intercollegiate cup, presented to the league by E. A. Caswell, will be held one year by the winning team, but in order to gain permanent possession of it, a team must win it for ten successive years. Of the nineteen tournaments held thus far, Harvard has won nine and tied one, Columbia has won seven, Yale has won one and tied one, and Princeton has won one. Last year Columbia was victorious, Harvard finishing third.

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