Found this interesting tidbit somewhere. It was during Friedmans' watch at the Carlisle school, that the U.S. Senate investigated goings-on. They followed the money, and one of the complaints raised by students was that the amounts found in their personal bankbooks didn't jibe with amounts held in their accounts kept by the school. The ultimate consequence of this investigation was the fall of Friedman, along with the firing of that football coach, Pop Warner.
"CARLISLE INDIAN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS:
Please do not send money to students except through the Superintendent. Every student of fourteen years or over, who is in good health, has under our outing system opportunities to earn money, and, under the rules, is allowed half of it as required, the other half being placed ot his credit on interest, to be paid him on his leaving school.
Annuities lawfully due students can be placed on interest with earnings here.
MOSES FRIEDMAN, Supt."