A training table should be provided for all the regulars and substitutes. The men are brought together through its influence and there are regular meal hours for all. The food of the men should be looked after closely by the trainer or coach. The modern training table should be an attractive place to the players. Thus they become anxious to be there, because of the plain, wholesome, well-cocked foods to be had. The training table should be the best place to board in the whole town. The bill of fare should be changed often, so that there will be no monotony. Pork, sweet-breads or pie should not be served. Coffee and tea must be given up. Nothing that has been prepared by frying should be found at the training table. What an array of good things is left!