EDITORS HERALD-CRIMSON.-Many fellows at work on the chest-weights yesterday were much surprised on being asked to give up their places to the candidates for the Mott Haven team. "What!" said one of those thus chagrined, "another team that we must give in to!" This natural feeling of impatience which arises will vanish if the facts of the case are considered. Harvard has held the inter-collegiate cup for four consecutive years, and one more victory by us this spring will make it ours. But since some of our best men graduated in '83, and, moreover, the material in the other colleges is better than usual, every possible effort must be made by us if we are to succeed. Many of the events require long practice before proficiency in them can be attained; hence it is of the utmost importance that men should begin regular training as soon as possible. This can be best done only by organized effort which has therefore been begun by those trying for the team.