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On Saturday the club held another most successful run. The meet was announced to be for a two days run, to Newburyport on Saturday and to return from there on Sunday. Arrangements had been made beforehand with the hotel and a box had been reserved for the H. B. C. at the theatre.

At a quarter past nine 17 members started from the steps of University and after riding round the yard went by North Avenue to Medford and thence through Malden to Lynn. This was reached without any falls or accidents at 10.55. Here the club divided, 7 going back to Cambridge in order to see the foot-ball match and the rest going on to Newburyport. The Cambridge party started from Lynn at 11.05 and reached Cambridge at 12.26 having stopped 10 minutes on the way.

The rest of the riders under Captain Smith leaving Lynn at 11.05 rode on to Ipswich, where a stop was made for lunch of two hours. Mounting again Newburyport was reached by 5 o'clock. Here the night was spent, and on Sunday morning at eight the club started back. Lynn was reached at one and Cambridge at 3.40, having stopped at Lynn for an hour. The run was thoroughly enjoyed by all and was full of interest and adventures. The roads were good, and but for a strong head wind on Saturday and on Sunday the weather was delightful. No accidents occurred and all reached home safely after a most agreeable excursion. There will be a hare and hounds run on Thursday at 3.30 P. M. The hares will be Mr. F. W. White, '85, and Mr. Appleton, '87. The roads chosen are good and with very few hills.

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