'85 has already begun in earnest to advertise her second game with Yale. Large posters printed in blue and red have been put up, and cards, smaller in size, have been placed in horse-cars and store windows. The men on the nine are working hard with the view of winning the game next Saturday. Even now the freshman nine has made a good showing with Yale, and there is no reason why, with steady practice, '85 should not win the game. Certainly as much real enterprise and enthusiasm has been manifested by the freshmen as has been seen for many years. It is only right that the whole college should turn out, and for once help those who are trying to help themselves.