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Letter to Yale Athletic Association.

Conditions for Bicycle Race Accepted.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

The following letter of acceptance has been sent to the Yale Athletic Association:

CAMBRIDGE, MASS., April 25, 1890, MR. F. C. WALCOTT,

Dear Sir:-At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Harvard University Cycling Association, held yesterday afternoon, it was voted to accept the conditions for a team race between Yale and Harvard, named in your letter of the 22d to W. B. Green leaf. It is understood by the above named committee that your letter is an acceptance of the challenge offered Yale by the Harvard Bicycle Club if this is not so please let us know at once.

Yours respectfully,

signed)

Kenneth Brown, Sec'y,

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