We should like to call the attention of the skaters in the college to the notice of the Hockey Club, printed in another column. The club gives promise of having so many members that it will probably limit the number of players in the practice games on Fresh Pond to those who belong to it, and therefore all skaters who wish to play will find it for their advantage to join the club. Old players, especially, are invited, for, if there is any skating, the hockey club will try to form a team to play some of the out-of-town teams, such as the one at Jamaica Pond. In that case, of course, the more experienced the men the greater will be the club's success. The invitation, however, is extended to all, and the club hopes to have a good attendance at its meeting.
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