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FENCING TEAM DEFEATED

Columbia Won Intercollegiate Championship in Final Bouts at New York on Friday and Saturday.

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New York, N. Y., March 22, 1913.--Columbia University won the championship of the Intercollegiate Fencing Association held at the Hotel Astor yesterday and today. The four other competitors, Cornell, Pennsylvania, Naval Academy, and Harvard, were finally ranked in the order named.

Yesterday's matches gave Columbia a total of 15 victories, the Naval Academy 10, Cornell 8, Pennsylvania 8, and Harvard 4. Each man fenced 6 bouts. For Harvard, Damon won 3, and Aylen 1.

The final score follows: Columbia--won 27, lost 9; Cornell--won 19, lost 17; Pennsylvania--won 18, lost 18; Naval Academy--won 16, lost 18; Harvard--won 10, lost 26.

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