Candidates for the Mott Haven team will begin work at Princeton soon after the recess under the direction of the new trainer, John McMaster. The outlook in track athletics is considered unusually good. Carey, Roddy, Vredenburg, Turner, Borcherling and others of the last year's team have done good work during the fall; they are all experienced men and can be de pended upon to do their best work in the Intercollegiate games. In the freshman class there is plenty of good material; Swain has done very good sprinting; Schmidt is considered a promising man for the quarter mile run; and Ramsdell is jumping in good form. Other '94 men are also expected to make a good showing.
An effort is to be made to place this branch of athletics on a better footing than it has enjoyed hitherto. It has been made a 'varsity organization, and each class is to be energetically canvassed for the funds necessary to make the season a success.