At a meeting of the Junior Dinner committee yesterday it was decided to hold the dinner on Thursday, March 23, instead of the day before. This change was made as the first date conflicted with a concert to be given by the Glee Club, which would have taken away a number of men. Arrangements have been made to have the dinner at the Tremont House. The room will seat two hundred and fifty men. It is desirable that at least one hundred and twenty-five should go and as many more as possible. At present about forty signatures have been left in the blue book at Leavitt and Peirce's. All members of the class who have not signed will save the committee considerable inconvenience by entering their names at once.
Junior Class Dinner.
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