Two or three years ago there existed at Harvard an organization known as the Phillips Exeter Club. As its name indicated, the club was composed of Exeter men at Harvard. Phillips Exeter Academy has long been known as a Harvard preparatory school. Every year she sends nearly two-thirds of her graduating class to Harvard; and for this reason the prime object of such a club here needs no explanation. Even Yale, with half as many Exeter men as Harvard, has an Exeter Club. This is manifestly an anomalous state of affairs, and steps should be taken to re-organize this club at Harvard, since, as the CRIMSON showed not long ago, there has been a gradual decrease in the number of Exeter men coming to Harvard in the last two years. There are many causes of this decrease, not the least among which is the seeming indifference of old Exeter men at Harvard.