A Columbia journal of a recent date says, that a delegate of the Harvard Boat Club has been "sneaking around" the gymnasium in quest of information in regard to the condition of the Columbia crews. A rather intimate acquaintance with the oarsmen of Harvard compels us to doubt the truth of this statement. We are also puzzled as to the reasons the journal in question could have had for bringing forward such a charge. Surely we have been enabled in the past to present to Columbia an uninterrupted view of our rudder without any resort to "sneaking." Is there any reason to doubt that this will hold true of the future?