We wish to urge the students to make an especial point of being present at the meeting called for this evening to discuss the question of building a grand stand on Holmes Field. The matter is of importance, and is one that should be attended to at once. It is true that the whole affair received a severe check last year, when plans were submitted which called for an exorbitant outlay. Yet the designs for the building which are to be presented to-night call for an outlay at the same time reasonable, and within the means of the students. We trust that the day is not far distant when our beautiful grounds may be furnished with as appropriate a building as that which overlooks the field at Yale.