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THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1926
'28; Ray W. Nygren, '28;Herbert
Obedin, '27; Roger A. Pack, '29;
Charles E. Palmer, '29; William B.
TAA Y I Palmer, '29.
Sherwood R. Russell, '27; Reuben
Segell, '29; Rodney V. Shankland, '28;
Walter E. Simmons, '27; Ivan H. Sims,
Literary College Has 44 With All-A '26; Charlotte Stephens, '27; Willis E.
Topper, '27; Abraham M. Torgow, '27;3
leor A EgIS neering Dorothy L. Tyler, '26; Stella Wellman,
(ollege IS '29; Alexander Winkler, '27.
* Honor students in the engineering
LIST HOLDS 17 GIRLS school are the following: James D.
Burby, '27; Stephen L. Burgwin, '26;
Students in the College of Litera- Clark Center, '26; Harrison Cook, A;
lore, Sciences and the Arts who re- Carl E. Ebendick, '28; Donal H. Gold-
ceived a record of all-A work during smith, '26A; John C. Hastie, '28;
the past regular semester number 44, Everett H. Lane, '28; Waldemar J.
while 18 all-A students were reported Poch, '27; Richard S. Potts, '28; Ed-
in the Colleges of Engineering and ward A. Ravenscroft, '28; William C.
Architecture. These figures do not, Reynolds, '29; Earl R. Riethmiller,
however, include several others who '277; Robert J. Smith, '27.
are listed as part time students, those John E. Starrett, '28; Lal C. Bur-
taking only one or two courses. Of mnn, '27; Maurice Markowitz, '26;
the total number of students thus E.rl F. Wolfin, '26A.
honored in the literary college 17 are
girls.
Sixteen of the last semester A stu-
dents received all-A grades the se- T
mester previous, four of this latter
number being girls. The freshman SELL GOfL FORiPRIZES
class lists approximately one-quarter
of the excellent students in the Uni- By Associated Press)
versity, 10 being their number. SEATTLE, June 23-A Northwest
Two prominent Varsity athletes areLmp nes3hANotUne
atahlmpeytnlste teaidef r
among the honor students: Richard cerscty of Washington students in aI
Freyberg, '26, captain of the track s lrsityfcasign studentha
team which took the Western confer- selling campaign here and found the
erence championship the past season, 1collegiate salesnen successful. The
and Norman Gabel, a letter earner on students sold more than $45,000 worth
the 1926 football team. of coal in a month. Fifty-five students
Of the 18 all-A students in the Col- took orders.
lIEges of Engineering and Architecture, A trip to the company's mine and
only one, William C. Reynolds, is in lectures to teach the salesmen some-I
the freshman class. Edward Ravens- thing about the product they were
croft, '28, and Earl Riethmiller, '27, handling preceded the campaign.
lead in the greatest number of hours Prizes were given the most success-
credit earned among this group; they ful salesmen.

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After seven years of legal battling, Ziang Sun Wan, a young Chinese
student, has been released from the District of Columbia Prison where he
had been taken, charged with murder. Three juries tried to agree. Finally,
the charges were nolle prossed and he walked to freedom. The photo
shows Wan, leaving the prison.

both made 20 hours of A credit.
The complete list of literary stu-
dents who earned the all-A record dur-
ing the past semester follows:
Ruth E. Banfield, '28; Francis C.
Beach, '29; Kathryn S. Bennett, '28;
William W. Bishop, Jr. '28; Alexander
Boldyreff, '26; Madeline Bowers, '27.
Josephine A. Clark, '26; $Lary E.'
Cooley, '26;Eunice L. Eichhorn, '26;

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Adele D. Ewell, '28; Robert E. Finch, let. The lectures were delivered while
'29; Elizabeth Fitzgerald, '28; Austin he was an exchange professor in the
Fleming, '27; William H. Frazer, '29; Belgium university and were given in
Richard H. Freyberg, '26; Walter B.I French. His series was entitled,
Fulghum, '29; Norman Gabel, '28; "The Government of the United States
Austin A. Hasel, '26; Ruth Hull, '26; and Its Effect on International Af-
Charlotte Jacobs, '26; Lillian Kessler, fairs."
'28; William E. Klein, '28; Lee A.__
Lewis, '28; Walter L. McCowan, '29; Heavy rains are causing crop dam-
Tom H. Mack, '28; Lucy C. Mellen, '26; age in Jericho and parts of Beer-
Esther Merrick, '28; Walter P. Miller, sheba.

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