The editorial year on the DAILY CRIMSON closes at the opening of May. The time has at last come when the senior members of the board of editors must step down and out to make room for the under-classmen who are waiting to take their proper stations, each a round higher upon the ladder of promotion. But before retiring, the eighty-five men can not refrain from acknowledging the strong support with which the college has favored the paper during the year which they have been at the head of affairs, a year thus made the brightest and most prosperous in the history of daily journalism at Harvard. A continuance of this support in the future we beg, that the work of our successors in catering to the daily wants of the students may be made as easy as possible. With this support almost assured we look forward to even greater success for the paper in the future than that which has crowned our own editorial efforts during the year just past.