The Shooting Club has been doing very good work so far this season; but it has been with a limited number of men. What the club needs, if it intends to outshoot Yale on the 29th, is a larger number of men from whom to choose the team. The management has urged men in a general way to come out to the shoots. The only way for it to develop a strong team is to have, as in all other sports, a large number of candidates. We hope that the Shooting Club will show itself active in recruiting new men.
A day or two ago a correspondent in the CRIMSON criticized the executive committee of the H. A. A. for having reserved "for themselves and their friends" the whole of the best section of seats for the Harvard-Yale athletic games. We wish to state, in justice to the committee, that the section is reserved not for the committee but for the contestants in the games.