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Intercollegiate Bicycle League.

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At a recent meeting of the Columbia College Union a committee consisting of Taylor, P. G., Bird '96, and Fearing '98, was appointed to ask the opinion of other colleges in regard to the formation of an intercollegiate bicycling league. Cycling has become an important branch of college athletics, but the meet last spring showed plainly that the ordinary quarter-mile track for running is not suitable for bicycle races. The league is being started with a view to having an annual meet apart from the Intercollegiate Track Athletic Games. On a proper track the men would make a much better showing, and enough different events could be formed to make it a success. Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Cornell and Pennsylvania have all expressed themselves in favor of such a league, and the prospect promises to be a success.

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