After much delay, the dinner committee of the sophomore class has decided upon a date for the class dinner, Saturday of the present week. It is, perhaps, needless to urge '87 to go to the dinner; they will go without urging; but the sophomores should remember that they must sign the book at once or else the committee can form no idea of how many are going, and their plans cannot be perfected until the last minute, an inconvenience which only men who have had experience on such dinner committees can appreciate. The sophomore class dinner is the first of a series of social class gatherings around the festive board, and always proves successful. We expect that eighty-seven's dinner will be no exception to this rule.
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