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John Finley, editor of the New York Times and President Conant spoke at the first annual Eliot House Feast last night while Professor Merriman acted as toastmaster for a roomful of Elephants stuffed by Mr. Westcott's prize steaks.
Although the meeting was closed to the press, it was impossible to hide the evidence of immense quantities of beer brewed in the Merriman cellar which was used to lighten the cares of the Head Master's charges.
The Feast was held in commemoration of President Eliot's 101 birthday and it is expected that a similar celebration will be held on the same day every year.
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