THE Cricket Club, notwithstanding its two last games have resulted in defeat, is much to be praised. It has done an amount of work and training that would do credit to other organizations which make larger claims upon College support. The two clubs by whom it has just been defeated have the reputation of being first-class teams. Hence the result of the games has been neither unexpected nor discouraging. But though the organization, as a whole, is a success, yet some points may be fairly criticized. For instance, the fielding is at times wretched, a fault which a little hard work would easily remedy. Another matter that apparently might be improved is the composition of the team in the different matches. The same players, and those the best in the University, ought to play in every game.