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To the Editors of the Crimson:

The delay in getting the chess cup has been caused partly by the necessity of executing satisfactory bonds for its safe return, but chiefly by the difficulty of finding a suitable place for its exhibition. We have been unable to find a place that is both public and reasonably secure, but have finally decided, with the consent of the authorities, to put the cup in the Art Room of the Library. It will be there in a few days.

I should like to add my plea to that of "Ninety-five" for the exhibition of all Harvard's trophies. The old Mott Haven cup, in particular, which was won so decisively by Harvard, should be a visible inspiration to the younger generation of athletes. The reading room of the Library would be an ideal place if provided with a small safe for security at night, but at present there is no suitable place.



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