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At a meeting of the Golf Club, last evening, J. H. Choate, Jr., 1L., was re-elected president; Stoughton Bell 2L., was re-elected secretary and treasurer. The executive committee is composed of the president and secretary ex-officio and J. F. Curtis '99, W. B. Cutting, Jr., 1900, and G. C. Clarke 1901, elected.
It was voted that, provided the Harvard Club obtained the links of the Cambridge Golf Club, as is very probable, the initiation fee shall be $10 and the annual dues $10. Otherwise they shall remain as at present, $5.
It was further voted that a gold medal should be given to J. F. Curtis, the winner of the intercollegiate championship, and that silver medals should be given to those who won their individual matches in the finals of the team play.
Owing to some misunderstanding about the lease, the links were closed during April. They are now open to the club.
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