The chess team will play its annual match against Yale in the rooms of the Yale Chess Club, New Haven, this evening at 7.30 o'clock. As a result of the tournament this fall the following ten men have been selected for the team and will make the trip today: H. L. Perrin 1G., of Wellesley Hills; S. S. Seiniger '14, of Boston; B. Winkelman '15, of Philadelphia, Pa.; W. B. Harris '13, of Philadelphia, Pa.; F. P. Beal, And., of Los Angeles, Cal.; J. R. Morton '13, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; L. R. Ford 1G., of Rich Hill, Mo.; F. M. Currier '16, of Winchester; E. R. V. Hurley '13, C. H. Fabens '13, of Williamstown; E. Lange '13, of Leipsic, Germany.
Chess Team in New Haven Tonight
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