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1929 Finance Drive Closing


As a result of the first week in the drive of the Freshman Finance Committee, $874.50 in cash has been collected, and $450 more has been pledged, making a total of $1,294.50.

Since the amount necessary for the establishment of a class fund and the payment of present debts is $2800, over half of this still remains to be collected.

The drive will last two weeks longer, in which time an especial attempt will be made to reach those students who live outside the college. Very few of this large element in the Freshman class has been visited as yet.

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