"The class of '86," Mr. Barnes ; "Scholarship," Mr. Huddleston ; "the '86 eleven," Mr. Austin ; "the '86 crew," Mr. Harris ; "the annex," Mr. La Monte ; "the HERALD-CRIMSON," Mr. Frye ; "the Lampoon," Mr. W. W. Baldwin ; "the Advocate," Mr. Atherton ; "the Harvard Union," Mr. Merriam ; "the Harvard Total Abstinence League," Mr. Lincoln ; "the university eleven," Mr. Kimball ; "the Harvard Shooting Club," Mr. Abbot ; "the committee," Mr. J. S. Wright ; "the ladies," Mr. Santayana. The speeches were interspersed with songs, under the direction of Mr. Mason, the chorister, and the following gentlemen gave solos : Messrs. Barnes, Edgerly, Mason, Haughton, Harrison, Guild, Merriam, Dewey and Cole.
The best speeches of the evening were those of Messrs. Santayana, Huddle ston and La Monte. Mr. Santayana's closing "oracle" being filled with witty personalities which received rounds of applause.
The committee, Messrs. Barnes, Minot and Wright, and the proprietors of the Quincy House, are to be congratulated on their excellent arrangements, and the class will long remember last Friday as a red letter day in its history.