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pleted are; Kiriling v. Moore -Ruy Lope;".—Kelling won a pawn in the early stages, and M r, m'o resigned at move iB. Dodd- V. c. E. Fox iGluoro Piano).— Getting n -Irong attack. Eos pained a rook for a knight in the nuddh; ot the pam* 1 , and won on the 50tn move. Buckets, beat H. G. Fox by default. Kpiling is leading with 7 wins and one draw, Barnes lias 5j wins and one draw. G. E. Fox 6 wins and 4 losses, Sevenm and Hicks 5 wins and 5 losses. _ J,i the eleventh round Kelling defeated Pleasants (Queen's Gambit declined',. Hill and Pleasants agreed to a, draw in the unfinished game at the tenth round.

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THE CHESS TOURNEY, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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THE CHESS TOURNEY Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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