Lochner, Louis P. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 12, Number 3 (Dec. 1910)
Editorial, pp. -128
THE DECENNIAL REUNION OF 1900 Perhaps it wtnld guide some future committee to know that we collected before the commence- ment of our reunion 105 subscrip- tions total1ing_ $521.00. During the reunion a few additional sub- scriptions were made to the gen- eral fund and considerably more than $100 was collected on ac- count of the regalia. Printing and postage for various purposes cost something over $300.00. The brass band which accompanied us on all occasions cost $83.00; the hire of help, rent of headquarters, supplies of green punch, express- age, decorations, fireworks, ban- ners and any number of inciden- tals ate up the balance of our fund and about $100 besides. We had a total attendance of 125,_ and whatever may be the opinion of the unfortunates who stayed away, I am sure those of us who attended the Decennial Will never miss another reunion. It was the aspiration of the class of 1900 to set a new and a swift pace for future reunion's. Nothing would please us better than to see the class of 1901 far excel our achievements in attend- ance. They could not possibly have more fun. Let all of the WAITING FOR THE BASE BALL GAME 125'
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