The Varsity Club, which was organized in the fall of 1908 to provide quarters for the training tables of the major sports and to afford a meeting-place for members of athletic teams, has just published its first club book. The book contains in compact form the list of officers, a brief history of the club, the constitution and by-laws, and reproductions of various photographs of the club-house, both interior and exterior; including the hall-way, lounge, eating rooms, bedrooms, and kitchen. The dates and scores of all the contests held between Yale and Harvard in the four major sports, are recorded. Finally, the book contains a list of honorary members, and two lists of all members, one by classes, the other in alphabetical order. A copy has been sent to every member of the Varsity Club.
FIRST VARSITY CLUB BOOK
New Publication Lately Sent Out to All Members.
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