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The Bicycle Club dinner which took place last evening was a decided success. More members of the club were present than upon any such former occasion, there being thirty-six in all which included a few non-members. Speeches were made by representatives from the different athletic organizations who were present, and many enjoyable songs were sung, especially by Mr. Dorr and Mr. Lowell. Mr. T. J. Coolidge made a pleasing success in the position of toastmaster, and Mr. Dorr also added greatly to the success of the evening as chorister. It was shown that the interest in bicycling is reviving under the energetic efforts of the Bicycle Club. The quiet sociability of last evening's dinner speaks well for the efforts of the managers, and we hope that the future work of the club will be as successful.

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