THE Committee intrusted with the Constitution of the Athletic Association have completed their work, and will have copies of it for sale next week. The difficulty of drawing up such a Constitution has been great, and there has been no one source from which rules could be taken, without modifying them so as to suit the requirements of college athletes. It will be seen that the Constitution provides for a large number of events which have never been introduced at Harvard, but the Committee deemed it advisable to include rules to govern all really good sports, thinking that such rules may be of service before long. As the cost of printing the Constitution has been by no means inconsiderable, it is to be hoped that every member of the Association will supply himself with a copy immediately. Those who enter for the sports in the Gymnasium will find it indispensable to do so. Copies may be obtained, when printed, of the officers or at the University Bookstore.