The Harvard Ten Pin Club, of which mention has been made before in the DAILY CRIMSON, although but recently organized, bids fair to become soon a flourishing institution. The charter members are, from '91, Stead, president, Burr, McNear; from '92, Batchelder, secretary, Rhoades, captain, Lockett; from '93, Blagden.
The membership for the present will be limited to 15 on account of the insufficient number of alleys in good repair. The officers as printed above were chosen temporarily and the initiation fee fixed at $3.00 with dues of $1.00 a month. Two matches already have been bowled, one with the Casino Club of Roxbury and one with the Arlington Club. The two alleys which the club have had made over are reserved during certain hours for the use of members trying for the team.