Excerpt from Brown Alumni Monthly, Vol. 18: March, 1918
It was a simple buffet luncheon which was served to 175 of the Brown alumni of Boston and vicinity at the Copley Square Hotel, Feb. 5, in place of the usual and time honored dinner. But good fellowship was not absent, the President of the University was there and there was a fine sprinkling of mili tary and naval uniforms among the com pany. The president of the evening was Nathan A. Tufts, 1900, district attorney of Middlesex County.
The chief guest was President Faunce. Of the members of the older classes pres ent was J. D. Edgell, '64, of Gardner, who has attended 43 of these gatherings out of a possible 45.
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