A large number of men from Central New York met last evening in Holworthy 15, and organized the Central New York Club of Harvard University. The object of the club is to promote the interests of Harvard throughout Central New York, to encourage a friendly feeling between men coming from that section, and to welcome new men at the beginning of each year. A regular meeting will be held in the early part of October, at the beginning of the fall term, and during the year it is intended to have monthly smoke talks.
The officers elected are as follows: R. McN. Barker '98, of Syracuse, president; B. C. Mead '96, of Auburn, vice-president; C. C. Mann '99, of Utica, secretary and treasurer. The above officer, with L. W. Mott '96, of Oswego, and W. S. Morgan Gr., of Rome, constitute the executive committee.