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At a meeting of the Bicycle Club held last evening the following named officers were elected: President, Geo. B. Morison, '83; captain, R. Burnham Moffat, '83; sub-captain, Horace Binney, '83; secretary and treasurer, Frank W. White, '85. It was decided to institute a set of two-day runs, the particulars of which will be announced later. It was also decided to appoint a committee of two, with full powers to act upon the matter of holding a hare and hound chase on bicycles early in the fall. Another committee was appointed to look up the matter of securing rooms, both for the storage of bicycles and for the regular meetings of the club. The outlook of the club for the ensuing year is very encouraging and it is hoped that all riders connected with any department of the university will join at once.
All members of '86 who own and ride bicycles are cordially invited to join the club. The president, captain and secretary will meet all such as desire to join at 7 o'clock this evening, at No. 1 Holworthy. All other riders in college not connected with the club are also invited to be present, when the prospects and aims of the club will be talked over. The initiation fee is $2.00, shingle twenty-five cents extra. No yearly dues.
FRANK W. WHITE. Sec. H. B. C.
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