At a meeting of th canoe club, held were adopted. This constitution is modelled after that of the American Canoe Association, with such slight changes as are necessary to adapt it to college requirements. After some discussion as to the design of the burgee to be adopted, Messrs. Frothingham, '84, and Frye, '86, were appointed to secure a design. Messrs. Frothingham, '84, and Nutter, '85, were elected members of the executive committee, of which the commodore is chairman. The club now numbers 15 members, and bids fair to become a permanent and popular institution.
HARVARD CANOE CLUB.
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