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1913 FINANCIAL REPORT

Expenditures Exceeded Dues Collected in Junior Year.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Below is printed the financial report of the class of 1913 for the Junior year. The class dues collected amounted to a little over $400, and the total expenditures for class smokers to $452.95. This latter item includes all expenses connected with the smokers, such as sums paid for music, refreshments, entertainments, etc. RECEIPTS. Balance from 1910-11,  $2.53 Class Dues,  400.80 Balance from Junior Dance,  91.57 Balance from sale of Class Buttons,  30.25 Incidentals,  11.50   $536.65 EXPENSES. Class Smokers,  $452.95 Student Council Dues,  $20.00 Printing,  25.00 Refund from Junior Dance,  5.00 Expenses Senior Election,  16.50 Incidentals,  8.90   $528.35 Total credit,  $536.65 Total expenses,  528.35 Balance on hand,  8.30

PERRY G. M. AUSTIN,   Treasurer 1911-1912.

PERRY G. M. AUSTIN,   Treasurer 1911-1912.

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