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Chairman of 1916 Sub-Committees

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The competition for the chairmanship of the sub-committees of the 1916. Finance Committee has ended. H. Amory, of Boston, who collected $46, is chairman of the first sub-committee: A. Dixen. 3d. of Chicago, III., with $43, is chairman of second sub-committee; W. C. Boyden, Jr., of Winnetka, III., with $61, is chairman of the third, and S. L. Kuhn, of Cincinnati, O., with $56.51, is chairman of the fourth. Though the collection of dues has so far been fairly successful, there are still many Sophomores who have contributed nothing to the class fund. It will be the duty of the sub-committees to see these men and make them contribute their share.

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