ABOUT thirty of the graduate and undergraduate members of the O. K. Club met at a dinner at Young's Hotel on Tuesday evening last. The Rev. Geo. L. Chaney, '59, the first president of the society, occupied the seat at the head of the table, and was introduced as the presiding officer of the evening by Mr. Godfrey Morse, '69. Mr. Chaney greeted the members in a pleasant, genial way, and mentioned various happy incidents connected with the College and Club. He was followed by other graduates in a similar strain. Some account of the present state of the Club and of the prominent College interests was given by the undergraduates, and a cordial invitation was extended to all graduate members to attend the regular fortnightly meetings of the Club. The evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all, and a committee was chosen to arrange for a similar gathering next year.