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Through the courtesy of the Colonial Club members of the Union will now be given an opportunity to use the Colonial Club bowling alleys, it was announced last night.
Since the arrival of the cafeterias and small restaurants around Harvard Square the public bowling alleys have been forced out of existence with the result that the offer of the Colonial Club gives students in the University the privileges of the only bowling alleys situated near the College.
All students who intend to avail themselves of the offer of the Colonial Club should leave their names with the doorman or the newsstand at the Union. If sufficient interest is shown in the project it is probable that the Union will organize tournaments in bowling such as have previously been held in squash and billiards.
The Colonial Club is a private organization with a club house situated on Quincy Street, next to the Union.
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