The Crimson's four chess teams have compiled highly successful records this year, with two of them capturing League titles.
Barely missing the Metropolitan Chess League's championship, the "A" team lost to the Cambridge YMCA. Shelby Lyman and Arthur Freeman played first and second boards respectively for the Crimson.
League titles went to "B" and "C" teams. The two "B" teams--B-1 and B-2, took first and second places respectively in the 14-team Metropolitan League. Despite the loss of Larry King, who is on leave of absence, B-1 attained an imposing 13-1 record, with Dick Zane playing first board. George Gringold and Vic Hrehorovich helped B-2 to finish with a 12 1/2-1 1/2 record.
Shankro Sen and John Donald led the C team to its championship 11 1/2-1/2 record in "C" League competition.