Harvard's success in the B. A. A. games Saturday evening was unparalleled. All her representatives did excellent work, and the college is proud of their record. The fortunate issue of the sports is all the more well welcome because it is deserved. We expected Harvard to win; and her success was but the natural outcome of two important factors. First, the men worked from the start with energy and purpose. Second, they had the benefit of the wisest and carefullest training possible. The college does not always appreciate how much of our success in track and gymnasium athletics is due to Mr. Lathrop. It is largely his painstaking care and skill which have put our track athletics on their present sound basis. We wish, therefore, in congratulating the Harvard men on their success, especially to congratulate and thank Mr. Lathrop.