THE Junior Dinner Committee announces that the blue book which has been left at Leavitt and Peirce's for signatures, will be taken away on Thursday night and tickets put on sale Friday morning. There are now enough men to warrant holding the dinner, but they represent but a third of the class. The object of this dinner is to bring all the members of the class into pleasant social relations with each other; to encourage a feeling of comradeship and to unite men of all descriptions on at least one point, a loyalty to the class of which they are members. If, then, but a bare third are to be present the dinner must be a failure in the chief object for which it is held. Much as the few may enjoy it, there would not be that enthusiasm and spirit which a gathering of two-thirds or three-fourths of the class would arouse. There is every prospect that the dinner itself and the exercises which are to follow it, will amply compensate men for the price of the ticket. All therefore who have not already signed are urged both for their own pleasure and for the sake of the class to come forward and help to make the dinner a success by going to it. The time is drawing very near when the committee must complete the details of the arrangements; and delay in signing the blue book simply means great inconvenience to them, with no possible gain to anybody.