The winter meetings of the H. A. A. promise this season to be the most interesting there have been for years. The policy, which has been only recently adopted, of inviting outsiders to compete at the games, will this year be carried out with a great deal of care and attention. With the addition of some of the best gymnasts of the country the meetings ought surely to prove extremely interesting. Last year the experiment was tried of having but two meetings; the mere fact that the Athletic Association has decided to go back to three shows that they consider the interest in these meetings keen enough to warrant the change. One of the points of value of these indoor meetings is the encouragement they give to gymnastic contests. While out-door sport is perhaps somewhat more enlivening, its foundations, it should be remembered, lie in gymnasium work. The strength that men acquire at gymnastics mert and all the better able to stand the tests of out-door contests. In gymnastics, as in all other kinds of sport, the greater the interest shown the higher will be the grade of the sport; the greater the attention paid to the winter meetings of the Athletic Association, the better and more exciting will be the contests, and the higher the grade in the end of outdoor athletics. With the prospects of brilliant meetings, then, the interest shown this year should be greater than ever.
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