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That the class of 1928 has as its balance on hand $100.21 was shown in the financial statement for the current year signed by J. L. Pool '28, the class secretary, and announced by the class officers last night.
The balance on hand after all the accounts from the Freshman Year had been settled was $942,41. Thus the total expenses this year amounted to $842.20.
The money was spent in three ways. The largest item was the total cost of the Sophomore smoker, including rental, refreshment, and entertainment, which amounted to $492.20. The Sophomore scholarship cost $250 and the annual dues to the Student Council $100, so that the balance on hand is now $100.21.
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