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At the meeting of the Harvard Golf Club held last night, the plans for the coming season were outlined. Practice will begin as soon as the links are in fit condition. Three matches a week will be played among the Harvard players themselves, and a team of twelve men will soon be chosen to play matches with local clubs. From these twelve will be chosen the six to represent Harvard in the Intercollegiate Tournament to be held in the first week of May, on the Ardsley links.
W. B. Cutting, Jr., 1900, G. C. Clark, Jr., 1901, J. H. Choate, Jr., 1L., I. T. Burden, Jr., 1L., M. E. Jenkins 1L., R. B. Stone '98, S. B. Buck '98, F. Curtis '98, R. F. Tucker 1901, F. L. W. Richardson '99, G. M. Sargent '99. T. M. Hastings '98, G. M. Wheelock 1901, J. G. Averell '99, J. Dek. Towner '98, Stoughton Bell 2L., J. A. Homans '99, M. S. Greenough '98, C. D. Draper 1900, J. C. McCall '99, P. P. Chase 1900, W. E. Skillings 1900, L. Luquer '99, Gordon Allen '98, G. H. Tower 1901, L. S. Butler '98, J. T. Pratt 1L.
All those who have not yet handed in schedules of their recitations to J. F. Curtis, 42 Claverly, should do so at once.
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