Representatlves af the large universitles will moet at the üBiversity Aililetic Oliib in New York on Saturday, i"'-ii. 19, lor the purpose of agaiu revising the foot'o.ill rules. Sonie time ago those Interested in the gaine ai the vnrious univei'sities in the East reoognlzetí thal some ac'ii n was cecessary, aud requested the Lnlversity Athletic Club to ,-;i]l a nswíting. Harvard, LMnceton, Yale, Cornell and Pennsylvania have besn invitcd. It is viM-y likejy that the saine men will be called upon to serve as representafives, nu the rules couiiuittee as omposed t ai the lasi two meetings, whi u the follawins were the n.eüiiieis: Walter Oamp of ïale, Alex. Moffati ■f Prmceton, .1. C. Bell r Pemisyiv.,r.ia. Joseph S. Sears of Harvard, L. M. Donuiss oí Oornell, and Paul D.-ishii'! (f the United States N'avnl Acadtny, as delégate at large.