The notice which the president of the bicycle club has lately published in our columns should induce a large number of men from '88 to join the club at once. The management of the club desire to choose a director from the freshman class within a few days. As yet, however, so few men have joined the club that it hardly seems necessary to select a director to look for the interest of himself, and possibly one other man. The freshmen have shown a commendable zeal in foot ball and track athletics, and should do the same for the other sports, especially bicycling. As any person connected with the college who rides a machine can be admitted as a member of the club, we see no reason to prevent a large number of '88 men from gaining the benefits of membership by giving their names immediately to the secretary.