It is surprising that the college manifests so little interest in the annual meetings of the various athletic clubs. After the splendid record made by the crimson in the contests of last year it would certainly seem that the students might take the trouble to be present at the meetings which have so direct a bearing upon the athletic future of the college. It is an old theme, it is true, and one that has furnished the Harvard press with many an editorial, yet it is difficult to be silent when the same spirit of indifference manifests itself year after year. What are we to think of the boating interest when less than a hundred men are present at the annual meeting of the Boat Club? Are all the other athletic club meetings to be held with a like scanty attendance? Surely not. The undergraduates must awake to the importance of the work to be done, and govern themselves accordingly.