The fourteenth meeting was held January 28-29, 2005, at Xavier University. The readings included the paper in which John von Neumann first proved the Minimax Theorem and launched the serious mathematical theory of games: Zur Theorie der Gesellschaftspiele (Math. Annalen 100 (1928), 295-320), translated as On the theory of games of strategy by Sonya Bargmann, in Contributions to the Theory of Games, IV (Annals of Mathematics Studies 40), A. W. Tucker and R. D. Luce, eds., Princeton U. Pr., 1950, pp. 13-42; additionally, the paper that started von Neumann thinking about games of strategy: Emile Borel, La théorie du jeux et les équations intégrales à noyau symétriques (C. R. Math. Acad. Sci. Paris, vol. 173 (1921), 1304-1308) , translated as Theory of games and integral equations with skew symmetric kernels by Leonard J. Savage, Econometrica, vol. 21, no. 1 (Jan 1953), 97-100.   For details see Danny Otero's report of the meeting.