The meeting of the Bicycle Club last evening was attended by about thirty members. The secretary presented the challenge received from the Tech. Club for a road race. The challenge was accepted for April 13, and a committee composed of Brown, '91, Davis, '91, and Greenleaf '92, was appointed to meet a similar committee from Tech. to arrange the details of the race. It was voted that the Harvard club suggest to Tech. the establishment of a regular annual race for a perpetual challenge cup, the cup to be subscribed for jointly by the clubs. The joint committee will meet as soon as possible to make arrangements.
The committee on the spring race meeting reported that owing to the illness of Professor Hart, the athletic committee has been unable to act upon the petition asking for permission to hold the meeting. It is probable that permission will be granted and the race take place May 11. J. B. Noyes, '91, C. A. Stearns, '91, and L. Griffing, L. S. were elected associate members. After voting to hold the usual weekly runs at the discretion of the captain, the meeting adjourned and refreshments were served.