Friday the alumni of the Ypsilanti high school sat down to a bounteous repast in the basement of the Methodist church. About 100 were present. 'President M. T. Woodruff was toastmaster and called on some of the old graduates and those of the present senior class, for speeches. It was not until midnig-ht when the banquet broke up and every one went away much pleased with the g-ood time in calling up old recollections of their school davs. Next year will be a jubilee meeting as it is the 50th anniversary of the first senior class. All the old alumni are expeeted to be present and everv alumnus in the city will see that those from out of town will be well entertained. The offlcers elected are Charles Kipg: 69, president: John McCann, 96, vice-president; Ella Spencer '91 seeretary. Roy Hoover, W. N. Lister and Mrs. George Alban were electod to the executlve. eommittee.