It is a great pity that the plan for a memorial for Mr. Bolles should make so little headway. There have been few men connected with the University who have done so much to help the students during their college course and after their graduation as he, and it seems only fitting that there should be a memorial to him. It is not to be expected that the undergraduate should contribute much towards this, but if each man who knew Mr. Bolles would give a little, it would not be hard to raise the five thousand dollars necessary to endow a memorial scholarship. It is certainly not desirable to canvass for subscriptions, for nothing could be more unfitting than that a man who is not interested should be urged to give to the fund. It remains for those who were Mr. Bolles's friends and those to whom his memory means something, to subscribe the amount necessary.