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ELECTRIC LIGHTS ASSURED

ONLY $200 MORE NEEDED .--REPORT AT JUNIOR SMOKER LAST EVENING.

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At the last Junior Smoker of the year held in the Dining Room of the Union last night, O. G. Saxon, chairman of the 1914 Electric Light Committee reported that a little over $5800 of the $6000 necessary to equip the Senior Dormitories with electric lights has been pledged. Of this amount the Corporation has agreed to pay $3500, while members of the Junior Class have pledged sums amounting to a little over $1500. Because the Sophomore Committee was late in organizing, it was not able to make a complete report, but it is understood that of the remaining amount necessary to insure the installation of the lights all but a little under $200 has been collected. The installation of the electric lights will begin soon after the close of the college year and the improvement will be complete by the opening of the College in September.

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