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Phi Beta Kappa Dinner.

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The undergraduate dinner of the Phi Beta Kappa was held at Young's last evening. It was a very pleasant occasion.

Roland Gray '95 was toastmaster. G. H. Chace '96 gave the oration and J. P. Warren '96 the poem. J. K. Whittemore '95, first marshal of the society, and M. Benshimol '95, second marshal, responded to toasts. A. H. Newman '95 responded to "The Class of Ninety-Five;" W. B. Cannon '95 for "The Class of Ninety-Six;" V. S. Thomas '95 to "Athletics at Harvard," and E. H. Warren '95 to "Public Speaking at Harvard."

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