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Who is the lucky man?
What happy individual will have the satisfaction of knowing, when he consults the financial statement of the Eliot House Committee for the year 1935, that the two bucks he thought had long ago vanished into a bottomless pit have reappeared into the happy guise of a pleasant and unexpected contribution to the Elephants' budget?
Whatever his identity, he is to be congratulated for supporting a worthy cause. No doubt the item "FOUND--$2.00," which appears on the "Income" side of the statement, was promptly put to work to help make up the amount named on the "Expenditures' side of the ledger: "Christmas presents for...(among others)....the postman."
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