Sport: Chess Champs

After nearly a month of vigorous competition the Ninth American Chess Congress ended with the winner undecided. Frank J. Marshall, American champion, and A. Kupchik, both of New York, tied for first place with 10½ games won and 2½ lost. The prizes were split and an address of appreciation made to Harry Latz, general manager of the Hotel Alamac, Lake Hopatcong, N. J., where the matches were held. The players, who had been busy with their games since Aug. 6, broke training and departed for their homes.


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