In a letter to the N. Y. Alumni of Dartmouth College, the librarian of the college writes: "The Association of American Colleges for the support of the school at Athens ought to comprise Dartmouth. It was expected that we should join it. A committee of the faculty was appointed to raise funds ($150 a year) to secure the membership of the college, but for some reason we have been given to understand that it would be an unwise thing to try to raise money for the purpose just now. Is there no one in your large and wealthy body that can enable Dartmouth College to join an association which not only Yale, and Harvard, and Amherst, and Williams, but also Wesleyan and, if I am not mistaken, Tufts, have joined?"