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William W. Appleton, Box 715, Haverhill, Mass.
John Elbert Caulkins, 92 State St., Boston, Mass.
Richard O. Walter,

47 Equitable Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Harry W. Litchfield, 51 Webster St., Somerville Mass.
Robert Emroy McKinney, 17 Adm. Bldg., Fish Pier, So. Boston, Mass.
Warren Leland Maxcy, 79 Amherst St., Cambridge, Mass.
Norman Wilfred Teale, 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass.
Abner A. Griffing

527 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. J. Chas. Thomas,

63 Summer St., Boston, Mass. George J. Barker,

53 State St., Boston, Mass.
Philip R. Spaulding, Weston, Mass.
Hyman Soloman,

28 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass.
L. Philander Moore, 79 Milk St., Boston, Mass.
Theodore Lincoln Smith, 41 W. First St., So. Boston, Mass.
Charles Carter,

156 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Harold Tracy Hall, 156 Washington St., Boston, Mass. A. Harry Huggins,

62 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown, Mass. Henry L. Weinz,

68 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass. Arthur Gordon Weinz, 239 First St., Cambridge, Mass. Metcalf W. Melcher, 100 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass. Henry Emmons Nickerson, 80 Boylston, St., Boston, Mass. Clarence F. Ray,

148 State St., Boston, Mass. Charles P. Powers,

28 India Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Jeremiah J. Mackin, 84 State St., Boston, Mass.
Charles H. Brown (Rev.) 19 Beacon Ave., Norwood, Mass.
Frank T. Wingate,

Milton High School, Milton, Mass.
Arthur Harry Sweetman, 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass.
James E. Clinton,

115 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. George W. Morse,

20 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. Walter S. Chase,

41 Richmond St., Boston, Mass. George D. Woodbury, Wollaston Foundry Co., Wollaston, Mass. Frederick Howard Wilkes, 89 Franklin St., Boston, Mass. Charles Everett Casto, 853 Albany St., Roxbury Mass. Howard J. Bowman, 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. John Richard Sweeney, 81 Essex St., Boston, Mass. Frederick J. Murphy, Ulysses S. Grant School, Paris St., East

Boston, Mass.
Charles H. Converse, 53 State St., Boston, Mass.
Frederick J. Caldwell, 1043 & 1045 Commonwealth Ave., Boston,

Mass.
Frank Irving Baker, 53 State St., Boston, Mass.
Arthur M. Allen,

93 Franklin St., Boston, Mass.

NON-RESIDENT LIST Harry Ross Wheeler, 119 West 40th St., New York City. William A. Chaplain, 48 Main St., Brockton, Mass. Charles P. Roundy, Box 1495, Providence, R. I. John Edward Maynard, The Draper Maynard Co., Plymouth, N. H. Harold J. Stevens,

16 West 4th St., New York City.

BOWLING

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After several unsuccessful attempts to open the bowling alleys, bowling activities have finally started. As soon as the necessary help can be procured the alleys will be opened at noon.

The committee wants the coöperation of every friend of bowling in the Club to help make the season a successful one, and it would be well to follow the example of our forefathers as shown in the following extract from Judge Sewall's diary:

Wednesday, May 15, 1689, went and
dined with Fish at Capt. Kelley's

upon Mr. Patrige's invitation.
Capt. Hutchinson, Clarke, Appleton,

Brattle, Hull in company. Went to
a Garden at Mile End and drunk Currant

and Rasberry Wine, then to the Dog

and Partrige's and Plaid Nine Pins. To-day we have a marked advantage, as all of the above-mentioned pleasures can be had within our own Club.

The regular Boston Pin Tournament will start Friday, December 27, with ten teams.

BILLIARDS AND POOL

The annual Cowboy and Billiard tournaments will commence about February 1. Members desiring to take part will kindly enroll for the same at the desk in the billiard room. Entries close January 10.

Mr. George F. Slosson, in charge of the Billiard Room, will give private instruction to members of the Club, in Room W, on the roth floor, by appointment.

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BOWLING After several unsuccessful attempts to open the bowling alleys, bowling activities have finally started. As soon as the necessary help can be procured the alleys will be opened at noon.

The committee wants the coöperation of every friend of bowling in the Club to help make the season a successful one, and it would be well to follow the example of our forefathers as shown in the following extract from Judge Sewall's diary:

" Wednesday, May 15, 1689, went and
dined with Fish at Capt. Kelley's

upon Mr. Patrige's invitation.
Capt. Hutchinson, Clarke, Appleton,

Brattle, Hull in company. Went to
a Garden at Mile End and drunk Currant

and Rasberry Wine, then to the Dog

and Partrige's and Plaid Nine Pins. To-day we have a marked advantage, as all of the above-mentioned pleasures can be had within our own Club.

The regular Boston Pin Tournament will start Friday, December 27, with ten teams.

BILLIARDS AND POOL

The annual Cowboy and Billiard tournaments will commence about February 1. Members desiring to take part will kindly enroll for the same at the desk in the billiard room. Entries close January 10.

Mr. George F. Slosson, in charge of the Billiard Room, will give private instruction to members of the Club, in Room W, on the ioth floor, by appointment.

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