Dominating as the interests of war are bound to be in the immediate future, it would be a great pity if they should produce a total eclipse of those other interests of the University which are its perpetual and not its passing concern. The students who have entered or returned to college to carfy forward their intellectual training are still students, or potential scholars, and not merely soldiers and sailors in the making. Before coming to Harvard, as to all the other colleges, for this year of study, they must have heard a great deal of sage counsel, finally warranted by their own inward voices. Alumni Bulletin.