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SECOND PLACE IN CHESS

Columbia Again Won Tournament In New York.--Princeton Third and Yale Last.

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Columbia repeated last year's performance in the twentieth annual intercollegiate chess tournament held in New York on December 21, 22, and 23, and finished first with total 10 1-2 games out of a possible 12. The University team was second with a total of 8 1-2, Princeton third with 3, and Yale fourth with 2. Harvard and Columbia were tied for first place until the last day of play when Columbia won the championship by defeating Harvard 3 matches to 1.

The best individual scores were made by S. H. Childs, H. A. Wise, and E. L. Gluck all of Columbia, and T. R. Schoonmaker '12 of Harvard, all of whom had three victories and on defeats.

The complete score follows: COLUMBIA Won.  Lost. Beadle,  1 1/2  1 1/2 Childs,  3  0 Wise,  3  0 Gluck,  3  0 Totals,  10 1/2  1 1/2 HARVARD. Schoonmaker,  3  0 Hadley,  1 1/2  1 1/2 Seiniger,  2  1 Harris,  2  1 Totals,  8 1/2  3 1/2 PRINCETON. Van Vliet,  1 1/2  1 1/2 Shafer,  0  3 Kenyon,  1/2  2 1/2 Stockton,  1  2 Totals,  3  9 YALE. Hooker,  0  3 Beach,  1 1/2  1 1/2 Stearns,  1/2  2 1/2 Forbes,  0  3 Totals,  2  10

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