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HARVARD IN FINAL ROUND

Of Intercollegiate Fencing Meet in New York Tonight and Tomorrow.

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The final round of the intercollegiate fencing meet will be held this evening and tomorrow afternoon and evening at the Hotel Astor, New York. Harvard will be represented by W. Hunt '11, J. A. MacLaughlin '11, and G. B. Wilbur '12, with M. M. Boyd '12 as substitute. This is the first time since 1906 that Harvard has qualified for the final round in the intercollegiate meet. The other qualifying teams are Annapolis, Columbia, Cornell, Pennsylvania, and West Point.

The University team, with the exception of the preliminary round of the intercollegiates, has not suffered defeat this season, having defeated Springfield Training School, Bowdoin, and Princeton by large scores, besides winning a 5 to 4 victory over Yale and a 6 to 3 victory over West Point.

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