It was generally understood that the Inter-collegiate Foot-ball Convention, held last spring, would be the only one to which we would be called upon to send delegates this year. But now comes a notice from the secretary of the association calling for delegates for a new convention. In case it is to be the custom to call meetings in the fall, it would be decidedly better to transact all necessary business then and to give up the spring meeting altogether. At any rate provision should be made to prevent any needless recurrence of this annoyance. Meetings in the spring have decided advantages if all the business can be attended to. Much dissatisfaction is felt by the officers of our association from the receipt of the secretary's communication.