The class nines are very generally complaining that Norton's Field is in the worst possible condition. Apparently nothing has been done to the field since the football season ended. The question now is, who is responsible for the present condition of affairs? The field is in charge of the university associations and it is therefore their business to do the necessary work on it. The managers, however, disclaim all responsibility for the present state of affairs. If no one manager feels that he has the right to put the field in some sort of decent condition, we suggest that they all get together and try to patch up affairs among them. The college does not care who attends to the matter; it simply insists that someone shall give the class and scrub teams a chance to play baseball.