Speaking of good management of college organizations, we should say a word in praise of the co-operative training table system. It has now been under way long enough to give us a very clear idea of what we may expect of it. The system seems to be succeeding admirably. Already several athletic teams are at the table, and others expect soon to go there. We have yet to hear a single word of complaint from any of them. As we have frequently said, various circumstances in connection with our athletics seem to point towards the time when all athletic management shall be vested in one person, and that person not a student. But just at present it is very pleasant for us to reflect occasionally that we are not altogether without students who can manage large interests well. A few years ago the general inefficiency of our student athletic managements made us doubt very gravely whether student managers were of the sligh test use to the college.