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Graduates Active in Class Reunions

Ten Classes Celebrate Yesterday


Reunions kept ten graduate groups busy yesterday.

Foremost were the activities of the 25th reunion of the Class of '25. Members of this class went on an all-day jamboree at the beach, starting at Magnolla Beach, with activities, for all age groups and ending up with a giant clambake on Singing Beach. The party there lasted from 6 to 9 in the evening. Lobsters and clams occupied the entire energies of the Class as it spread out almost a thousand strong on the beach.

Meanwhile, other reunioning classes disported themselves in loss sandy and athletic gatherings. The Class of '00 carried off the honors as the oldest class to celebrate yesterday: it began the day with a luncheon at the Country Club in Brookline and dinner at the Harvard Club.

Magnolia Beach, Too

Next in line, the Class of 510 gathered at Magnolia Beach. The Class of '15 began its day yesterday at Swampscott and returned to eat a dinner at Eliot House.

"20 celebrated with a buffet supper at the Business School, while the sons and daughters of the Class held a square dance in Carey Cage. Meanwhile, not to be daunted, the Class of '30 held a symposium, a lunch, indulged in afternoon sports, and ended up with a reunion banquet in the evening.

The Class of 35 held a banquet, and the Class of '40 had a buffet lunch, a class meeting, and a banquet, as it began its two-day reunion.

The Class of '44 celebrated its sixth reunion with a class dinner at Scituate, and the Class of '47, baby among the graduating classes gathering yesterday, held a dinner.

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