We cannot commend too highly the action taken at the mass meeting last evening. Harvard has taken a fair and decided position and has shown that she will not allow her policy to be dictated by the action of any other college. The meeting showed the universal sentiment of the college, that we have gone too far to withdraw, and that a new base-ball association must be formed. At a mass meeting held on Wednesday, Yale voted to empower her delegates to enter any league except a triple one composed of Harvard, Princeton, and Yale. When Yale sees the position which Harvard has taken and understands that it is final, she undoubtedly will enter the proposed league and so put an end to this much talked-of question. But whether Yale enters or not, college base-ball will be improved greatly in the new league, and will command even more interest than ever before.