From the Yale News we learn that the Oelrichs tournament takes place next Saturday, and will be played upon terms similar to those of last year's tournament. The first drawing is as follows : Yale vs. University of New York at 11 A. M. ; Harvards vs. Druids of Baltimore at 12 ; Princton vs. New Yorks at 1 ; the finals to be played out in the afternoon. Moreover a gold medal will be given the goal-keeper of the winning team, and another as a prize for long throwing.
The Executive Council of the National Association metlast Saturday and made these arrangements. Mr. Rueter is the delegate from Harvard to this Council, yet he never received any notification of the meeting last Saturday, and so had no opportunity of representing our team at the meeting. This failure to notify Mr. Rueter, if intentional, was not only an insult but an injustice to Harvard. If the failure was due to carelessness, as we hope it was, we must say that such carelessness it is impossible to condone. Harvard had important matters to bring up at the meeting, and under the circumstances we think, that, unless satisfactory excuse be made, she would be quite justified in withdrawing from the National Association.