To the Editors of the Crimson:
Since the Harvard Union is to be one of the great meeting places of the University during the following years, would it not be an appropriate place in which to have the Athletic Trophy Room? The present room in the Gymnasium is not a place often visited, and besides is usually kept locked. Now the records and prizes of our athletic sports are things which I think ought to be kept before the men of the University as much as possible, and in no way does it seem to me could this be better accomplished than by giving up a space in the Union for the purpose, Graduates also when returning to Cambridge would be glad to see records of their former victories kept prominently before the undergraduates of the present day. 1903.