New England Chess

Harold Morton of Prov-idence, R. I., retained his "New England Chess Champion" tide when Weaver W. Adams of Dedham, Mass., lost both the 9th and 10rh games in their match. Final score was: Morton 5, Adams 2, drawn 3.

HarJow B. Daly won the City of Boston championship tourney, for the second -time in the past four years, which gives him two legs in the contest for the silver cup which will become the permanent possession of whoever wins it three times. Harry H. Lyman, one of the younger set of Boston players, finished in second place and George Sturgis, donor of the cup, was third, while Louis R. Chauvenet, Harvard '40 and Weaver W. Adams were tied for fourth place.

City of Boston Championship October 13, 1937 BIRD'S OPENING

White

A. Mengarini

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A. Mengarini

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