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Harvard Canoe Club.


The annual spring races of the club will be held on Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock, in the Charles River Basin. The course for paddling canoes except class I will be half a mile along the river bank and return, that of class I being a quarter of a mile and return. The sailing race will be over a triangular course each side having half a mile.

The following are the classes:

Class I. Any man, any canoe.

Class II. Birch tandem.

Class III. Open canoes, single blade,

Class IV. Open canoe, single blade,

two men.

one man.

Class V. Decked canoe, double blade, two men.

Class VI. Sailing canoe, any man, any canoe.

Entrance fee of fifty cents can be paid to any officer of the club before Tuesday noon. Mr. Cartwright of M. I. T. has already entered his sailing canoe for class VI.

Cups will be given to the winners.

The start and finish of all races will be made off the Union Boat house, Members of the club who have not paid their usual dues are requested to do so as soon as convenient.

P. B. CHENEY, Jr., Purser.

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