The Chess Club will play the first of a series of important matches when it opens the second round of the Metropolitan Chess League against the strong Wells Memorial Institute, at the Union tonight.
Though held to a draw in a match with the visitors last fall, Harvard has since been undefeated, winning all League games and the H. Y. P. tournament at New York. The following men will probably play for the University this evening: D. J. Bronstein 2G. D. H. Mugridge 2G. W. A. Robinson '31, Alexander Saron '31, M. C. Stark '33. H. W. Wiley '33.