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Harvard will be one of the nine colleges which will compete in the Eastern Intercollegiate Chin Golf Championship Tournament to be held tomorrow evening at 6:15 in studio number 1 of WOR at New York. John L. Allen '39 will wear the colors of the Crimson in an attempt to win a three-foot-high silver cup.

According to the rules the prize will go to "the person cleaving the course (the face) in the fewest number of strokes without incurring too many of the stated penalties for chopping off an ear lobe, or without, in a pitch of enthusiasm, severing the entire head from his body."

Yale, Brown, Amherst, Dartmouth, Princeton, Williams, Fordham, and Columbia will be represented.

Each contestant will receive some sort of prize, and each will be marked and checked by a fair-sex member of a Broadway chorus. A cocktail party will follow the broadcast.

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