The Graduate Athletic Association meeting tonight calls many alumni to Cambridge to forward a project which bids fair to greatly strengthen our athletic policy in centralizing and controlling graduate interest. The plan is by no means a new one. It has been carefully considered and formulated by those who set the active movement on foot six weeks ago, and that it meets with widespread approval is shown by the large number of favorable responses to the circulars issued.
An opportunity is offered to undergraduates to attend the meeting in seats reserved for them in the gallery. They will be members of the association in the future, and can tonight become acquainted with the principles involved and fitted to lend a hand when the time comes for active participation. As for holders of Harvard degrees now in the Graduate schools, they are eligible for membership and are expected in the body of the theatre. They, and any other graduates who have not yet done so, may join this evening and it is hoped that numbers will take advantage of the privilege.