There is one branch of our athletic interests which is certainly deserving of our cordial support. The lacrosse team have been faithfully training during the spring, and next Saturday they play the University of New York team. We ask all members of the university to purchase a ticket to the game, and if possible encourage the team by their presence. The team is in need of money, and they especially wish that a large amount of gate money be taken, to pay the expenses of the visiting club. Our team won for us three games last fall, and in return for this they were obliged to pay a large share of their expenses to New York. A deficiency in our boating and base-ball interests is soon made good, either by entertainments or subscriptions, and it is only just that a team which has done so well should at least have its necessary expenses and uniforms paid for by the members of the university.