The Senior class dinner will take place tonight at the Parker House. A final appeal is made to all those members of Eighty-nine who have not yet signed to do so at once. The senior class has now only six months more of undergraduate existence, and the chance thus presented for the entire class to come together on a festive occasion will probably be one of the last in the history of the class. Every Eighty-nine class dinner has been marked by an attendance so large and a conviviality and good-fellowship so general as to surprise other classmen. Last year the junior dinner was the most successful which had been given since Eighty-nine entered college, and if the same enthusiasm be revived again this year, the senior dinner will be just as well attended, and just as enjoyable.
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