Again we urge the formation of "amateur" foot-ball elevens. The enthusiasm of last year in this direction seems to have died out. Where are the lovers of the noble game and the numerous old players who have been compelled to abandon the "professional" arena? There ought to be a dozen active teams where there are only two or three at present. We volunteer to publish in our columns the names and open dates of any team which is hereafter formed, as our share in promoting the welfare of the game. If the 'varsity could make an arrangement granting Jarvis when unoccupied by the 'varsity games after they are arranged, we think there would be sufficient encouragement for the formation of such amateur teams. Many await the revival of Interest in this sport with much interest as by this means of scretch playing many good men are brought to the front.