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JUNIORS RESPONDED WELL

BUT WITH SOPHOMORES ARE STILL AT FOOT IN GYMNASIUM PLEDGES.

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The results for the third day's campaign for the New Gymnasium Fund show a gain of about $850, a falling off of over half from Monday's results. The Junior class responded well to the call from their class committee, and headed the list for yesterday with $374; never-theless they are still in last place. The Freshman class showed a fairly satisfactory total of $299, while the Seniors and Sophomores were far behind with $79 and $96, respectively. The total of all the contributions is now slightly over $7000, and approximately 750 undergraduates have contributed, due to the activity of the Student Council Committee.

The standing of the classes: Amounts Contributed  Percentage of Class Contributing 1916--$2456  1913--49.5 1913-- 1756  1916--29.5 1915-- 1501  1914--28 1914-- 1406  1915--23 Totals, $7119  Average, 32.2

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