Indifference to base-ball in the springtime, is surely an anomaly. Let us hope that our devotees of the national game are but holding back, and that a goodly number will be at the Fitchburg station at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The book for the signatures of those who wish to accompany the nine to Williamstown, is now at Leavitt & Peirce's, and we are sorry to learn that yet but one student has signed. This lack of interest in the nine is, to say the least, unexpected. This is the first year of Williams in the league, and the college that holds the championship, ought to take sufficient interest in its first game with the new nine, to send to Williamstown as large a delegation as was present last Monday at Amherst. Williamstown is a charming place at this reason of the year, and whoever may go with the nine will surely be amply repaid for the journey they undertake.