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EDITORS DAILY CRIMSON: - The chronic difficulties under which the majority of our athletic organizations seem to be struggling, has no doubt, often suggested to our readers the advisability of some change in the present methods of administration. While the ball nine from its large gate receipts. usually has a surplus at the end of the season, the crew, owing to its dependence upon subscriptions alone, is in arrears,

One way of remedying this, and one employed with great success, we believe, in some of the other colleges, is to amalgamate the various organizations under one management, say a business committee, made up of one representative of each branch of athletics. There might be a common treasury of gate receipts and subscriptions at its disposal. One advantage of this is, that supplies and uniforms are contracted for in large quantities (as each team may be equipped by the same manufacturer) and lower rates secured. It seems to us, that such a plan, modified as experience might suggest, is worthy of trial.


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