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EDITORIAL. <jC S is usually the case there is very little on which to r\^ comment this term. The Hockey XI.—perhaps they •^ should take precedence of all else—have enjoyed a successful season under the captaincy of G. Llewellyn, and under the able instruction of Mr. Donaldson and Mr. Morgan. Out of 9 matches played, 5 have been won ; 3 lost ; and 1 drawn. A further account of their doings is to be found below. We offer our heartiest congratulations to H. S. Ross who obtained an Exhibition of ^50 at Jesus College, Oxford, in January last ; and to E. M. C. Denm*, who has been elected Secretary of the Oxford Union Society. The Cadet Corps is flourishing. It is hoped to send a detachment to the P.S.B. Camp at Aldershot in the summer, and an entry has been made for the Empire Shooting Cup. At present the chief source of interest lies in the coming sports, though it seems very probable that the Challenge Cup will again fall to last year's winner. We hope, however, that there will be some keen and close competitions. Congratulations to J. F. Williams on being selected to play for Wales against Ireland. He thoroughly deserves the honour, for this was the sixth match for which he had been chosen as first reserve forward. W. M. Llewellyn, E. Morgan, and A. F. Harding represented the Principality on all three