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Yale Defeated in Chess by Score of 6 Boards to 4.

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Harvard won her eleventh successive chess victory from Yale last night by a score of 6 to 4. The first three boards weer a clean sweep for the University, B. Winkelman '15, F. M. Currier '16, and F. P. Beal, And., defeating H. D. Hooker 2G., D. A. Quarles '16, and R. Beach '14. The fourth board was a draw between D. M. Beers '15 and G. C. Job '14 (Yale), while L. R. Ford, 2G. was defeated by T. A. Lightner '15 (Yale) on the fifth. The sixth board resulted in a draw between A. S. Terry '15 (Yale) and J. R. Morton 1L.

On the seventh and ninth, D. B. Priest 3L. and G. L. Wilcox '15 won from A. R. Bellinger '17 (Yale) and H. Tompkins '17 (Yale), while the eighth and tenth boards were taken by Yale, D. V. Baldwin '17 and H. B. Perrins '16 defeating C. F. Wilder 2G., and C. H. Fabens 1L. Since Yale won so decisively from Princeton a week ago, this victory clearly demonstrates the superiority of the University team.

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