The first annual dinner of the Shooting Club was held at Young's last evening. Mr. J. A. Frye, '86, presided, and acted as toast-master. Messrs. H. M. Williams, '85, and L. M. Garrison, '88, were present as guests of the club. A letter of regret was read from Mr. Wm. M. Derby, president of the Yale Gun Club, who was unable to present. After the menu had been discussed, the following gentlemen responded to toasts: R. L. McCook, '85; H. M. Williams, '85; F, S. Meade '87; W. H. Slocum, '86; L. M. Garrison, '88, and others. Mr. W. E. Faulkner, '87, was chorister, and Messrs. R. L. McCook, '85, and F. B. Austin, '86, committee.
H. S. C. Dinner.
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