Dr. Frank Wells, '64, has presented the Harvard Athletic Association with a new cup to be competed for by the four classes of the college. Unlike most athletic prizes, this cup is of solid silver, standing some eight inches high and having two handles. It will be called the Well's Cup, and is now on exhibition in Leavitt and Peirce's window.
The inter-class games which this will necessitate will take the place of the regular 'varsity spring meeting. They will probably be held the week before the Yale games and the events will be the same as those at Mott Haven. The rules to govern the yearly meetings have not yet been drawn up, but it is certain that students in the various departments outside the college proper will be allowed to compete, the points they may win not being counted toward the class championship. Each year the name of the class winning the greatest number of points will be engraved on the cup, which has been left entirely plain for that purpose.