It is probable that the dates which Yale has proposed for the two freshman games in the spring will have to be rejected. The necessity of this decision has been brought about through no fault of the Harvard management, but certain unavoidable hindrances have arisen which make it next to impossible to play on either of the proposed days. Today the Harvard freshman management will write to New Haven, proposing two dates which, it is hoped, will prove satisfactory to Yale. It is necessary that the dates of the games should be settled as soon as possible. All other games during the season must be arranged so as not to conflict with the games with Yale, and therefore it is requisite that the date of at least one of the games should be settled as soon as practicable. It is unfortunate that neither of the dates that Yale has given can be accepted by Harvard; and since it is for the interest of both teams that the dates may be arranged soon, we would urge immediate action on Harvard's part, and for an equally prompt decision by Yale.