The alumni of the btgb school held Iheir ti í tli animal ruunioii last Kridny evenin;, June 24, In the hall of the high ackool building. The occasion UlrfMUKd in interest, any of the previous meetings, and as tltogetber a tiijrlily enjoyabte affair. The wju rviellent. It consisted of two quartettes, a sprinr sonjr, by I'insutl, and Dance we so jraily, by Schubuit, f urn Ulied by KlnM Wincliell and Alabastcr, Mi -r-. Wheedon and Osborne, a solo by MiAlabaster, and a piano duet by Mmm Suiith and Wiluiot. Too mueli can not be said in praise of the oration, on edi, catión, by llev. J. AI. Gelstou, of Pontinc, of the class of '05. IÜM orator ihowod htltlMlH tO be an able thinker and a fine speaker. His addri'ss is highly coniiiienilcd iy ihose who were fortúnate euough to be present, Tlianks are due Mr. ( . M. QnwthoOM, cl '77, tor supplyin at :t late notice h ptH'in for the occasion. The ottlcei tor the enming vear are as follows: Praatdant- L. J'. Win es, of"7o. VU-e PnaMeot- J. K. ISeal, Tl . i-lary- Miss Neille Wheüou, '71. Treusuri-r I.. D. Taylor, T(i. Ortor fttd. A. Majnard, '70. AlkTiiatu- Alex. W. Hainilton, '(J7. Poet- Albart J. VoUsod. 72. Altérnate- Mrs. l.ucms Baktr, 72. Essayist- MIk Nellln A. stnnlcy, '77. Altérnale- MU Minie M (Jurtls. "78. Comiulttee ou musIc-Wlll T. Wbedon. Executlve oommluww John sht-t-ti in, Cbaa. WnKiitr, Mlsxes Ueorgle Gorüricti, Carrlo Ilell.