In the beginners' fencing tournament which took place at Hemenway Gymnasium yesterday afternon, Noel Morss '26, was the winner. R. A. Durham '25 won second place, followed by Howard Finney '26 and A. R. Allen '26, in that order. These four men will be taken up to the University squad for development. Coach Danguy presented a fencing-foil to Morss, the winner, and a fencing-glove to Durham, who showed the best form.
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