Last evening the dinner of the junior class was held at the Parker House. After the more substantial part of the feast had been cleared away, the exercises of the evening were begun with an oration by Mr. Hamilton, whose witty, erudite, and inspiring words met with enthusiastic applause. After all was quiet again, President Coolidge called for the poem from Mr. Wether-bee. The piquant and poetic allusions to class victories and virtues were duly appreciated, and the flights of fancy which were interspersed, received their due meed of attention and approbation.
Mr. Faulkner was Chorister and led the singing with his accustomed ease and grace. Mr. Snelling acted as Toast master, to the most entire satisfaction and pleasure of all.
The dinner was ended at an early hour. The recreant members of the class should regret their absence at an extremely pleasant class reunion. Every one present felt that the ties of class friendship were being more closely knit, and that their love for and pride in class and classmates were increased more than ever.