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The secretary of the Sophomore class renders the following preliminary report of the finance committee. Within two weeks the final report will be announced, and the chairman of the four sub-committees appointed.
At present $363.75 has been collected; the standing of the sub-committees, together with the amounts collected by each man, in order, is given below:
Sub-committee 4 heads the list as follows: 1, C. C. Lund $45; 2, W. F. Enright $27; 3, S. L. Kuhn $23; 4, F. P. Magoun $19.50, 5, F. E. Large $16.50. Sub-committee 3 is next: 1, W. M. Boyden $45.75; 2, Harold Amory $37; 3, J. D. Filley $15.50; 4, D. Moffat $15. Sub-committee 2 ranks third: 1, W. W. Kent $30.50; 2, A. Dixon $27; 3, S. M. Richardson $15; 4, D. W. King $9. Sub-committee 1 is last with only two men out of six reporting: 1, R. P. Baldwin $28; 2, C. H. Kendall $15.
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