The fourth annual New York dinner of the class of 1900 was held at the Harvard Club of New York last night. Forty-five members were present. Contrary to the usual custom, the committee in charge of the arrangements decided that the members should not be called on for extemporaneous speeches, but an interesting program was arranged instead. Each man present was handed a "newspaper" entitled "The 1900 Anvll," which contained fake news and hits on the men. Special songs written by W. Gotthold '00 were sung by all, and the rest, of the program consisted of amusing stunts by the members.
1900 Dinner in New York Last Night
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