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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON - At the first meeting of the Harvard Bicycle Club, last Wednesday evening, the members present voted that a schedule of runs be prepared for the remaining part of October and the month of November. It will be useless, however, to prepare such a schedule unless a sufficient number of men will ride.
For the past few years, bicycling at Harvard has been on the decline, and consequently an idea is prevalent that the club is dead. This is far from being the case. The first meeting of the club disproved any such idea. Nevertheless, the list of active members is none too large. While urging every man in college who has a wheel to join, we must depend mainly upon the class of '90 for an increasing membership. According to the present plans of the club, there will be, on an average, two runs a week (weather permitting) for the rest of the season. During the winter months, the active and associate members will meet at the customary "smokers." Membership may be recorded at the secretary's room, No. 9 Thayer.
S. F. M.
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