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The Junior Class Dinner.


The dinner of the junior class was held at the Parker house last evening. About one hundred and ten men sat down at the table and enjoyed a pleasant dinner. The following toasts were responded to:

'Varsity eleven-A. J. Cumnock.

'91 nine-B. Bowman.

'91 crew-W. M. Randol.

The South-G. T. Goldthwaite.

The West-J. R. Finlay.

Shooting club-M. Luce, Jr.

Exeter and other clubs-

W. J. Farquhar.


Kappa-H. A. Davis.

The Lampoon-H. Tallant.

Chess and Whist club-

F. W. Burlingham.

Bicycle club-T. Barron.

The Ladies-A. D. Hill.

The Fast Set-H. H. Baker.

Mott Haven team-E. C. Moen.

The toast "The 'varsity nine" was responded to by both Messrs. Luce and Bowman, and J. R. Finlay answered to the " 'varsity crew."

The toasts were interspersed with singing, led by members of the 'varsity Glee club. Mr. Wendell sang his admirable Irish songs.

The officers of the evening were as follows: Moses Willams, Jr., president; Jacob Wendell, Jr., toastmaster; Robert B. Hale, orator; Benjamin A. Gould, poet, and Robert W. Atkinson, coorister. The success of the dinner is greatly due to Messrs M. Williams, I. N. P. Stokes, and W. K. Flint, who acted as committee of arrangements. Mr. Hale's oration was loudly applauded both for its excellence as an oration and for the sentiments which it expressed. the poem was full of hits and gave occasion for much mirth. The dinner broke up with the '91 cheer.

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