Criticism of President Eliot.

President Eliot's remarks on athletics have been severely criticised at Yale. In an interview published in yesterday's Journal, Professor Richards, a member of the Yale faculty, is quoted as saying that President Eliot is not well informed on football matters and that he fixes his mind on the evils of athletics and does not consider their beneficial side.

Mr. Horatio M. Reynolds, another member of the faculty, is quoted as saying that President Eliot's criticism seems to suggest reading of exaggerated accounts, rather than personal observation.

President Carter of Williams, on the other hand, says in an interview published in the Globe, that he has a profound respect for the judgment of President Eliot and that the latter would not have taken this stand without having given the matter a great deal of attention.