The Tenth Anniversary of the Exonian.
The Exonian, the weekly periodical of the Phillips Exeter Academy, completes its tenth year this month under singularly favorable circumstances. It was thought when the paper was started that it would be short-lived, but through the energetic efforts of its editors it became an established feature of the school. During the intervening years it has steadily improved, until now it is acknowledged the best preparatory weekly printed. Its success is due to the painstaking care of each individual editor in the writing and publishing of every issue. In order to commemorate the completion of the ten years of its existence, the present board have decided to give a dinner at the Parker House during the latter part of this month, and in pursuance with this plan all former editors have been asked to attend.