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Harvard Shooting Club.

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A meeting of the Harvard Shooting club has been called for this evening in order to decide finally about the new club house on the Allston marsh. In order to build and fit up this house it will be necessary for the club to raise about three hundred dollars, which will amply cover all expenses. Of this sum the graduates will probably contribute about fifty dollars which will leave two hundred and fifty dollars to be raised among the members of the club. It is intended by the directors to have the building completed by the 22nd of this moth, the date of the annual shoot with the graduates, but this can only be done by the hearty co-operation of the members of the club. The proposed building will be on much the same plan as the club house at Wellington. It will be 20 x 12 with a platform eight feet wide extending across the front. The building will be substantially built and will contain room for lockers which will be put in later. The advantages of such a house on the Allston marshes, will be apparent to every one, for not only is the house a great improvement on that at Watertown, but also it is so near the college grounds that men will be able to go over and shoot without using a whole afternoon, as was necessary to shoot at Watertown. If the members of the club who feel any interest whatever in the matter will lend their support there is no reason whatever why the college should not ever have a substantial addition to its athletic facilities.

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