With the falling through of the arrangements for the cricket game with Pennsylvania the cricket club's season is practically at an end. It cannot, however, be considered concluded until the game with Pennsylvania is settled in some way. If the best plan is to play the game off in the autumn we hope that it will be surely carried out. It seems, however, far from satisfactory to postpone a championship game as long as this plan proposes. In such a case, the game cannot be a real indication of the two teams for this season. We should by all means have the deciding match with Pennsylvania, but it seems to us that lengthy postponement should be decided upon only as the last resort.