The annual dinner of the Freshman class will be held this evening at 7.30 o'clock at the American House, Boston. An informal reception at 6.45 o'clock will precede the dinner. R. H. Hutchinson will act as toastmaster to the following toasts: "The Class," R. C. Brown; "Athletics," F. A. Forster; "Debating," G. S. Deming; "The Musical Clubs," E. C. Bacon. The class song, the words to which have been written by J. S. Reed, will be sung to the tune of "Die Wacht am Rhein." Evening dress will not be worn.
The following men, who have been appointed ushers, will report at 6.30 o'clock to receive badges from J. E. Thayer, who will act as head usher: R. E. Andrews, R. H. Aronson, W. C. Bowers, F. H. Burrage, D. Crocker, J. A. Curtis, G. W. Delano, W. K. Earle, T. W. Ellis, R. Emerson, A. T. Enos, F. P. Ferguson, S. Galatti, G. P. Gardner, R. G. Gilmore, T. M. Gregory, S. T. Hicks, H. Hooper, Jr., R. P. Jordan, F. R. Kirkland, M. F. LaCroix, C. L. Lanigan, P. T. Large, L. M. Little, J. R. MacMillan, E. K. Merrihew, J. S. Myers, S. B. Olney, F. C. Page, G. A. Parker, J. S. Ramsay, J. P. Rice, A. T. Shohl, A. Sweeney, P. H. Vogel, F. E. Waterman, C. F. Wendell, G. S. West, J. B. E. Wheeler, D. J. Witmer, L. Wulsin, P. Wyman.
All members of the class, who signed the dinner bond and have not yet bought tickets, may obtain them from members of the committee before 10 o'clock today.