Our athletic relations with Dartmouth have long been so intimate that when a dual track-meet was arranged last year and again this spring, it seemed only a natural extension of our competition with them. Although we expect victory in the track-meet today, we shall watch the performances with interest as a basis for estimating our chances in the Mott Haven and intercollegiate meets which are to follow. In no other sport are the possibilities for developing men quickly so great as in track athletics, and the opportunity for bringing out these men by actual competition is one of the most important objects of the games today.