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The Cycling Association has ready a schedule of bicycle runs for the fall. The runs will average in length about ten miles and afford all students an exceptional advantage to become acquainted with the fine drives about Boston and the various places of interest. The runs will be open to Cycling Association members save the first which will be open to the University. They will be held every Tuesday and Friday and will start at 4 p. m. The pace will be moderate and all bicycle riders are urged to be present. The runs so far arranged are as follows:
Oct. 25. Chestnut Hill Reservoir returning via Beacon street Boulevard and Harvard Bridge.
Oct. 29. The Park ways of Boston, Back Bay Fens, the new Longwood Stream drive-way, and Jamaica Pond Park-way to Franklin Park.
Nov. 1. The Road-Race course through Fresh Pond Reservoir and Belmont.
Nov. 5. Norun. Bicycle 10-mile roadrace this day.
Nov. 8. Lexington and Concord via Massachusetts avenue, returning through Weston and Waltham.
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