According to a census conducted last night in one of the House Dining Halls, the average upperclassman has $.22. Forty men were interviewed during the dining hours. One man confessed that he had two dollars but didn't remember where he got it. Four happily owned to being penniless. Three were able to amass two cents after delving among keys and cigarettes. Despite the poverty there was general optimism. In the Union, however, there was great wealth. Five men produced more than five dollars, one revealed a twenty dollar bill saying that it was available at 20 per cent interest.
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