The class of 1903 held the first Freshman dinner last evening at the Vendome. Over four hundred men were present and the affair was very successful. The speakers were: G. Clark, toastmaster; R. Derby, class; W. G. Nickerson, football; J. B. Ayer, Jr., crew; W. Clarkson, baseball; A. M. Brown, press; and J. D. Williams, debating.
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