With this first full week after the Easter recess, our athletics will assume a greater activity. The base ball nine has already done creditable work, and seems, we are glad to see, more definitely made up than is generally the case at even a later time of the year. The track and field athletic team tomorrow will begin more careful training. If the team meets Yale in May, as there is certainly a prospect of its doing, it will require the best possible advantages for training in the next few weeks; and will, in consequence, need a more loyal support from the college. The work of the crew, as well, will from now on be of greater interest to the college; and we only wish that there might be more opportunity for the college to observe, as it does the practice of our other teams, the daily work of our rowing men.
The college's interest in all these branches of athletic sport is unusually keen this spring. It is an interest which shows that the college can give to boating and base ball, to track athletics, to cricket and to tennis, a support so loyal as to end in sure success.