THE plans of the new Gymnasium, which we hoped to have published this week, have not been entirely completed. The architects did not receive the proposals of contractors for the work until a day or two ago, and Mr. Hemenway must be consulted before any of these proposals can be accepted. If the estimates of the cost of putting up the building, in accordance with the present plan, prove satisfactory, the contractors will begin at once. If, on the other hand, it is found necessary to make decided changes in the design, work will be delayed several weeks. While we are desirous naturally to see the building begun, and while we are disappointed by delays, we cannot help expressing our appreciation of Mr. Hemenway's generosity, and of the care and trouble he has taken in his efforts to secure for the College a good gymnasium.