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At a regular meeting of the Electric Club the following amendments to the constitution were adopted:
Art, 9 to read: One-fifth of the active membership shall constitute a quorum. Art. 10, Sect. 1 to read: Two regular meetings shall be held each month during term-time, the days of each meeting to be decided by the executive committee.
P. W. Davis, '93, was elected senior vice-president; and D. A. Center, Gr., and A. S. Hayes, '91, to regular membership. G. T. Page, '92 then spoke on Electric railways, comparing the different kinds of motors and ways of carrying currents for locomotion. The club numbers about fifty; it expects to hold public lectures during the year addressed by eminent authorities.
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