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A short time ago the Bicycle Club adopted a resolution to hold a spring race meeting and invite some other college clubs, notably Technology and Yale, to take part. The idea is a good one and will meet with the approval of all interested in intercollegiate athletics. The attempt to arrange a road race with Yale proved unsuccessful, but we see no reason why the plan now proposed should not be heartily entered into. Intercollegiate bicycling has heretofore been confined to the two-mile race at Mott Haven, and so has held a comparatively unimportant place. Bicycling as a sport deserves a much more prominent place in college athletics because of the skill it requires and the number of men interested in it. The plan proposed will go far towards raising its standing. The Bicycle Club deserves a word of praise for its energy. It is one of the most flourishing athletic clubs in college and should be well supported in its effort to broaden the field of intercollegiate athletics.

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