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Fencing Team in Sixth Place

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The Harvard fencing team got sixth place in the annual intercollegiate championship tournament held in the Hotel Astor, New York, Friday and Saturday. Cornell won the championship with 35 bouts to her credit, defeating West Point by one bout. W. Hum '11 and J.A. MacLaughlin '11 each won five bouts and G.B. Wilbur '12 won two making Harvard's total 12. Individual honors were also won by Cornell. D.C. Roes winning 14 out of the 15 matches which he entered. He was tied with M.W. Lorimer of Annapolis and won in the fence off.

The score was as follows Cornell 35, West Point 34, Annapolis 22, Columbia 18, Pennsylvania 13, Harvard 12.

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