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TILE M1II CIA N DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1947-

List of Students Honored Friday Cmn

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Names published
in this issue of Tilw Daily complete
the list of students honored in the
24th annual Honors Convocation.
Graduate School
Depa rt men/al Honors
AERONAUTICAL
ENGINEERING :
Gage Crocker, S.B., M.S., +K+i4;
James Dempsey, B.S.; Robert
Gunkel, B.S.E., (Ae.E.) ; Charles
Lauritsen, B.S.E. (Ae.E.), ITatu,
,1,K+, Frank Sheehan Scholar;
Richard ?assman, B.S.E. (Ae.E.),
B.S.E. (Math.) ; Raymond Schney-
er, B.S.E. (Ae.E.) , TI, 12%;rK+
C 1 ;; Roger Sullivan B.S.E. (Ae.
E.),1'1311, Frank Sheehan Scholar.
ANATOMY:
Jose Frontera, B.S., M.S., l ;2,
t'FK4).
ANTHROPOLOGY :
John Witthioft, B.A., M.A., 1-'51
ASTRONOMY:
Robert Page, B.S., M.S., +)13K,
1Z, 4K4.
CHEMICAL AND
METALLURGICAL
ENGINEERING :
William Akers, B.S., M.S., ;;
Harry Aroyan, B.S. (Ch.E.), +K-4,;
Phillip Bocquet, B.S.. (Ch*E.), 13'34>;
Hessel Bouma, Jr., B.Ch.E., 4414);
Worthy Boyd, B.S.E. (Ch.E. ), M.S.,
TBH1, 1:5, 4)K4), 411; Robert
Crooks, B.S.E. (Ch.E.), B.S.E.
(Math.), M.S., (FAy, 2Z; Jack Elen-
baas, B.S.E. (Ch.E.), T1311, 4)A'y;
John Hamaker, Jr., B.S.E. (Met.
E.), T 1 BU , 4), 4+11X; Elliott
Organick B.S.E. (OL.E.); William
Resnick, B.S.Ch.E., M.S., 4;Z, 4K+);
Cedomir Sliepcevich, B.S.E. (Ch.
E.), M.S., T1311, 4A11% ; ;Gopal

Tripathi, B.Sc., M.Sc., S.M., M.S.E.,
"7' +K+: ;Frederick _Wcllingtoni,

John Iffland, B.E., "'7; Warren
Mc lee, B.E.E., I11KNN, :' =; Theodore
IM'Tnley, B.S., M.S.; Badrudduja

Lawrence Bartell. 1.S.(Cliem.). cii Oltbuais, ME, E Romilos Sair-
4)AT, +)1K, +)1+4; Alvin Beale, j,r . B.S:E.E.. B.S.M.E.. M.S.; Mich-
B.S.; Carl Bjorklund, B.S., M.S., a ac Schierba, B.S.E.E.. M.S., ;
4)AT; John Bower, A.B.,. B.S.Ed.; Thoflgs Stout, B.S., IIlKN, 1=.
Edwin Campbell, A.B.; Clyde Ca-- VR'011-, AND
to, B.S.; Jose Martinez-Pico, B.S. (CONSERVATION:
Ch.E.; Kirby Milton, S.B.; William Jm~ Rowbury, Jr.. B.S.; Harry
Richard, Jr., A.B.; George Towe, Sn1;0c't', 1.S., M.F., Z .
B.S., M.S.; J. Weaver, AB. GEOL OGY:
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Walter Kupsch, Graduate, Uni-
Mohamed Makzoumi, B.A., B. vecisity of Amsterdam; Robert
Sc.C.E*; Isadore Nusbaum, B.. Scholten, Graduate, University of
B.S.E., (Ch.E.) ; Earl Wood, B.SJ..Amstei'danL
(C.E.). LIBRARY SCIENCE:

DENTISTRY: Hastiiig .Brubaker, A.B., <'I;K
Milton Braun, D.D.S.; William Harr~iet Jameson, A.B., A.M.,
Brown, Jr., D.D.S., 4K) )1: Ph.D., A.B.L.S., I)1(4'; Richard
Francis Hanagan D.D.S.; Mauric-;" Pooiey. A.B., +K1+4.
Kimelman, D.D.S., <I K I, Kenneth MATHEMATICS:
Marshall, D.D.S.; William Quigley' Winifredl Burroughs, A.B.,M.,
DI D.S,; Allan.- Ruttle, DD.S., 4' 4K1,'); David Gale, B.A.; Clay Per-
ECONOMICS: ry, Jr., A.B., A.M., 4)14; Gustave
Jahn Culbertson, B.S., AK.- Rabson, A.B., 4)(); Arnold Sha-
,4)K+; Harvey Deinzer, A.B., M.B. Piro- .S,.
A., P,1' ;, 4111,; Hubert Frisinger, NAVAL ARCHITECTkIURE
A.B., M.B.A., William Zentz, B.A. AND -MARINE ENGINEERING:
EDUCATION: Henry Tiedemann, B.S..... .
Thomas Brennan M.A., S.T.L., ORIE NTAL LANGUAGES
()AK, 4,K1,; Allen Britton, B.,, M. AND LITERATURES
A,, +K+; William Dixon, A.B., M.I John Cornell, A.B., I11K, <4)1(4).
A., 4+K+; Charles Dove, B.A., (1)-IK; PHILOSOPHY:
Theral .Herrick, A.B., M.A., (PANK, Irving Copilowish, A.B., M.S.,
41M4); George Mallinson, A.B., A. 4)1 K )(l); Edward Moore, A.B.,
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: PHYSICS:
IHan-kuei Chen, B.S.E.E., 1u~; Paul Barker. A.B., M.S., 41K,
Clifford Craft III, B.S.E. (E.E.), )1(4), +11:; Kuang-ya Chu, B.S.;
'11,rim , K(1; Mario Fleites, B.S. Barbara Coe, A.B., A.M.; David
E.E., B.S.M.E,, 1--; Frank Hill, Falkoff, B.A. ; Clarence Fowler,
B.S.E.E., +K 4); Leonhard Hoimbue. B.S.; Lawrence Hadley,, Jr., A.B.,
B.S.E.E., M.E.E. M.S., 7" ; Gordon Hansen, B.S.,

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ZOOLOGY:I
Frederick Barkalow Jr., B.S.
Chem., M.S., , Il ,1':4)('
Clifford Berg, A.B., M.S.; P: E
,])1(4); Helen Denyes, B.A., M.S., ):
E;Burton Hunt. A.B.. M.A., 1E
+)1+4; Perry Johnston, B.S., M.S.,
°_ +K+;Irving Kagan, B.A.,
A.M., [7' '- +K:E. )' ;Joe Nee, B.S.
M.S.,, 1=; Earl Wicks, A.B., M.S.,
Fellowships and
Scholarships .. a
HORACE H. RACKHAM POST-
DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP:
Samuel Kaplan, B.S.,, M.S., Ph.<
"IHORACE H. RACKLIAM1
PREDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS:1
Juan Curet, 1.5., M.S.; Amy
Downey, A.B., A.M., +B11K ; Sidney1
Fine, A.B., A.M.,,4)1(4); Hester Gehs-
ring, A.B., A.M., >11K:; Robert Han-
sen, 1.5. (Chem.), M.S., +)Ay, +B131K.
+P4,4111:; Stanley Norto~ai,
A.B., A.M., +%.K, (I)BK, <k1(l); Will-
iam Resnick, B.S. Ch.E., M.S.,1
'(>K+1; Edwin Spanier, B.A.,
M.S., 1=; Robert 'Taylor, A.B.,
'I1811, (P1 1, +)K+); Max Woodbury,
1.5.. M.S., Z,4h)
UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIPS: a
Eugene Beach, B.S.E', (E.E.) ,
TBII , iII N ,, =41K+), (41; Margar-
et Bertsch, B.A., A.M., +1131K, 41(4);
James Boggs, B.A., M.S.. A-;
Worthy Boyd, B.S.E. (Ch.E.,
chandra Chhatrapati, B. Coin.,1
M.B.A., 41(4+; Ellen Clark, B.A.,
M.A. ; James Clark, A.B., A.M. ;
Barbara Coe, A.B., A.M.; Irvingt
Copilowish, A.B., M.S., 413K, +434;
George Costello, 1.5., M.S.; Har-a
old Courant, A.B., A.M.
Charlotte Edson, B.A., A.M.,1
+131K; Jack Elenbaas, B.S.E.l
(Ch.E.) , '1111, 4+Ay7, 1,4K+:L'Ruth
Flynn, A.B.; Ann Fullerton, A.B.,
A.M., 4)11K; Walter Howard, A.B.,
M.S., ) 4)1K4'; William
Humphrey, B.S., M.S., 1=; Paul
Kircher, B.B.A., M.B.A., 11'!:, (P Kit;
James Knudsen, B.Sc., M.Sc.;
Earl Larrison, 1.S., M.S. ; Malcolm
McDonald, B.S., M.S.; Harry
William Nash, B.S.C.E., M.S.;
Arthur Nethercot, Jr., B.A., M .S.;
Irving Panush, B.Mus., M.Ed.,
A.M.; Anne Pates, B.S., M.S., 1111;[

Willis Pitts, Jr., A.B., A.M., +IK_1K
Eric Rackhain, B.A., A.M.; Faustc
'Ragmirez, 1.S. (Chem.), M.S.
Chem., +A-,. David Reed, 1.S.,
A.M.; Robert Riddell, Jr,., 13.;
James Robertson. B.S., A.M., '+K+4;
Harry Wilcox, Jr., B.S., M.S.. ,
7Jesse Wright, 13.S . A.M., <1KI
RAC KUAM SPECIAL
I ELLOWNSHIPS:
Paul Barker, A.B., M.S..,4)11K,
'1'x4, 411:;Carl Bennett, A.B..
M.A., A.M., 4)13K1--Z; Clifford
!Berg, A.B., M.S., <1, Z,4)()
Clarence Boersma, A.B., A.M.,
1K+; William Boothiby, A.B., A.M'.,
='7 Colvin Gibson, A.B., A.M.,
P: ,4+131K, P4)14, 41 Lawrence
Hadley, Jr., A.B., M.S., =E; Robert
Haugh, A.B.
jRoger Heyns. A.B., M. Clin.
P sychol., +'I'', +K+;K, Eo-IK1
seph Huston, A.B., A.M. ; Daniel
Ling., Jr., B.S.E. (Phys.). B.S.E.
(Math.) , M.S., '1'1311, !'_, 4)1():
Donald Martin, A.B., A.M.; Vic-
tor Monnett, 1.5.:; Joe Noel, B.S.,
M.S., 'Lowell Perkins.,13.5.,
M.S., ''~ :E Robert Pidd, B.S.,
M.S., 4+K(P.
Robert Roelofs, A.B., A.M. 4431K;
Elmer Scott, A.B., M.Sc.; Walter
Wada, B.A., A.M.; Walter Wadey,
B.S., A.M., 4+13K, ZE, 4)1(4)John
Wagner, A.B., M.IS.,. 4)131, Z'
George Wallick, B.S., M.S.; Wili-
iam Webb, A.B., A.M.. 1'';Ste-
phen White, B.S., M.S., (1)1, ='=;
Lawrence Wick, B.S., M.S., I)A-Y,
+)13K, '=., +K(, Russell Wilson,
A.B., 44({'.
UNIVERSITY SCHIOLARSHIIPS:
Henrietta Alexander, 1.S., 4)(4);
Lois Banzet, B.A.; Alberta Brown,
A.B.: JoAnne Brundidge, A.B.;
Martin Cohin, A.B.; Jean Cox, B.A.;
Marian Dunlap, A.B., A Is%; Jacob
Eihhrn .S, :1
Frederick Gehring, B.S.E. (E.E.),
B.S.E. (Math.), ('131, 4)111:; Maizie
Gusakoff, A.B.; Lorraine Kruglov,
B.A.; Harry Loberman, B.S, +131K,
4)1(4, +I1II; Libuse Reed, B.A.; Vir-
ginia Rock, A.B.; Donald Shea,
B.A. ; Ruth Sturrock, 1.S.; Martha
Wishard, B.A.
STATE COLLEGE
SCHOLARSHIPS:
Dorothy Atkins, A.B.; Seymour
Calvert, B.S.; Janice Covell, A.B.;.

:dge B.S.; Santon Fotheringham,I
B.S.; Grace Hnitsin, A.B.; Patri-
,:ia Kenine,-lB.A.: Corinine Knuth,.
A.B.; Fra ncis Olsen:. B.!A.E.; Mary
Shattuck, .A,; B:i'bara Swindler.
A.B.; Edwa.--rd Szymn.uski, B.S.,
Ma =rie Garcia -Ftchegoy iw;n,
Graduiate,UnvridFenna
Uruguay;'' Walter Kupseh, Grad-
uate, Uieriyof., Amsterdam;
Robert Scholtenz, Graduate, Uni-
versity of Amsterdam.
ABBOT'T LABORATORIES
FELLOW' SIP IN ORGANIC
CHIEMISTRY :
Normnan Deno.A,,.S.,oI
ABO1RI GINAL NORTH
AMERICAN RESEARCH
FELLOW SHIP:
Richard MvacNeish, A.B., A.M.
ALLIED CHIEIICAL AND DYE
CORPORATION FELLOWSHIP:
Lyle Albright, B.S.E. (Ch.E.).
M.S.E., A.Z; Donald Dobay,
B.A., M.S., 'A +K, ,41.)
AMERICAN ELECTROPLATERS
SOCIETY FELLOW SHIP:
Benjamin Brigs, B.S.
J.T. BAKER CO.rIWANY
FELLOWSHIP IN ANALYTICAL
CUEMISTRY:
Derris Ruttkar, A.B.
FANNY BURR BUTLER
SCHOLARSHIP :
Arthur Carlson, A.B., A.M., r11131K;
Edithe McGeachy, B.A., 11A0.
COMMUNITY FUND OF
DETROIT SCHOLARSHIPS:
Frankyc '.Ball, 1.S.; Margaret
Booker, B.S.; Sally Carey, B.A.;
Phyllis Fishman, A.B.; Marvis
IKennedy, A.B., 1.S., Odessa Nor-
man. A.B. ; Helen Olandei B.A. ;
Shirley Pearson. B.A.; Vivian
Rawls, B.Mus. ; Alene Weinberg,
A..B.
CONSOLIDATED VULTEE
AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
FELLOW SHIP:
Richard Pas'sman, B.S.E. (Ac.'
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
FELLOWSHIP:
William Herm, B.S.
DOW PHARMACOLOGY
RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP:
James Weeks, B.S., M.S.
DUPONT POSTGRADUATE
FELLOWSHIP:

Chi ' ., 4+P11K A A \.
EATMA-IA
FELLO 511a
MB..
Willia M1'ill.- 1he, . ., )(
Daold Mcvrc,13ik. .ACh. ..

4 : :E~Sidey haproB.A., M.A.,
ILaWTON FEIILLOWSH 5IP:'
,IBRARY SERVeICE
Rui~th RIo~er:, A.B., B.S.L,S.;
Luclla Rystroi, 1.S., M.A.; Mar-
:iorie Tompkins, A.B., B.S.L.S.;
Mai~ry Turne~r, A.B., B.S.L.S.; Hilda
W ILLIAM fIS. 14ERRELI2
jF,,ELLOWVSHIP IN PHARMA-
( IJIC AL CHEMICAL
Floyd Andierson, 1.S., M .S.
MFEROPOLITAN COMMUNITY
SEM INiAR RESEARCH
M'Tarian Dunlap, A.B., AIKA; No-
land Heid~en, A.B., A.M.; ;Israel
Hughes, Jr., A.B.; John Kantner,
A.B., A IK 1, <1N+; Franklin Killian,
A.B., A.M., 4)~aIN; Arthur Lean, A.B.,
M.A., ,1(4); Eugene Martinson,
B.A., M.A., Robert Schimitt, A.B.;
Hloward Smith, B.A., A.B.L.S.
a Ocwutted Con Pg )

Ruth Edwards;, A.B.; Mary Eld-I Beth Cook: .. . Cliem-.), M.S. o sH I'tn ,M.S.,

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SW - - (iVM ath.) , '1'1I1, '14(4),
Leon Madansky, B.S., M.S., +)3K;,
John Malik, B.A., M.S.; William
r Parkinson, B.S.E. (Phys.), M.S.,
ff4 h d'icA f'ic a'(1)4)14; John Parsons, 1B.A.; Rob-
ert Riddell, Jr., 1.3.; Ernest Sal-
+ ~mi, A.B. ; John Sazynski, B.M.E. ;
QUICK DELIVERY Homer Schamp, Jr., A.B. ; Maurice
Lonkhuyzen, 1.S.
Hamburgers ... Milk ... Soft DrinksPO
Albert MCott iB.A. 4i4; Mar-
vin Tablemn; B.S.Ed.
Phone 2-566 - - - 9 P.M. to©1 A.M. SOCIOLOGY:
Werrett Charters, Jr., A.B.
____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ SPEECH:
_________ - - - ,Hugh Norton, A.B., A.M., Ph.D.;
I'Thomas Sawyer, Jr., A.B., A.M.,

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MONTH * END
CLEARAN4CE
It's a smart gal who's fashion-wise and penny-wise
too !
For here's our month-end clearance, right at the
beginning of spring. Perfectly stunning coats, suits,
and dresses drastically reduced. It's the sale of the
season. Whatever you do don't miss it. COME IN
"TODAY while our stock is comiplete and revel in
our wonderful coats, suits, and dresses.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING.

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2 . ,-5 $35 - $39095
The COATS are tailored toppers - boy coat's
belted and fitted types - gabardines-worsted
men's wear-and fleece-all 100% wool in
black, brown, grey, pastels and white. Original
prices 39.95 to 65.00. Sizes 9 to 1 5 - 1 0 to 40.
The SUITS - classic tailors and dressmakers.
Types in black and colors, Sizes 9 to 1 7 - 10
to 40.
JACKETS. One group of brown and white, also
solid black< and brown colors. Were 16.95.
Now 7.00.
Two groups of LOAFER JACKETS. Sizes 10 to
18.. at 3.98 and 5.00.
HANDBAGS. Better handbags of leather and
faile--originally to 22.50. Now at 5.00, 7.00,
10.00.
Also groups of patent, faile and leathers, at
1.98, 2.98, 3.98. BILLFOLDS at .98, 2.98, 3.98-
Two groups of BETTER DRESSES. Crepes, gab-
ardines and 2-piece wool types.
14.95 and 19.95
Two groups-wools, gabardines, and crepes.
Sizes 9 to 15 - 10 to 40. at 7.00 and 10.00.

PERSONAL
BIUCKY-No luck with the Free Press.
How's this? M.P.C.
REDUCE! Lose pounds and inches
where you want them off. Come in
from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. for an intro-
ductory treatment and be convinced.
Baskin 8 N. Normal St., Ypsilanti. )7
HELP WANTED
GIRL for care of children some light
housework afternoons through dinner
hour. Faculty family. 2-3428. )40
HELP WANTED - Stock and general
store work. Part or full time in ex-
clusive men's clothing store. Reply
Box 45, Michigan Daily. )19
FIRST trumpet and lead alto man Fri-
day, Saturday and Sundays. Must
have good strong lead tone and be
able to read and cut shows. Contact
Karl Kalson, Villa Bee Night Club,
Jackson, Michigan. )62
MISCELLANEOUS
MEWING-Campus Alteration Shop,
508 Monroe street. Tel 9841. )2
APARTMEN'r' IN DETROIT, in trade
for information leading to the rent-
ing of suitable apartment in Ann
Arbor. Write Box 2, Michigan Daily. )3
KIDDIES PARKING DEPOT
Ages 2-12
Veterans wives will care for your child
Reasonable raises
Call 20733 10 a~m.-5 p.m.
"If your radio won't work
When it's music you need
I'll fix it for you
With atomic speed."
IFor ex:pert radio repair service phone
9241 or bring your radio to the T.avern
Cafeteria. )57
LOST AND FOUND
POUND: Pearl necklace. At Willow Vil-
l~tge Bus Stop. Claim with cost of
ad. 1366, Sudbury, Willow Village. )65
LOST: Yellow gold wrist watch, rect-
angle shape. Finder call BEAU, 6114.
Reward $10.00.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-.3 Carat Diamond. If inter-
ested, call Rocky evenings, 2-2738. )76
FOR SALE-6 skin Kolinsky scarf-
Silver fox muff. Call 2-7803. )63
PRE WAR TUXEDO with vest. Size
37. Like new. Price $30. Call 24367. )40
FOR SALE: Two season tickets to May
Festival. Main floor. Adjacent seats.
Call 2-3396. ) 64
FOR SALE: Ford Model "A", '31. Rea-
sonable. Need money. Contact Win.
Fetchik, 1216 Maiden Ct., Willow Run.
) 18
5 NAVAL OFFICERS' white uniforms.
Size 37 short. Excellent condition.
4 never worn. Phone 25-7507 after
5 p.m. )61
MOTORCYCLE-Harley, excellent con-
dition. Extras and lots of chrome.
Best offer. See George, 126 Chemistry
Bldg. )75
FOR SALE-Schwinn Bicycle, men's,
with a-speed drive. 26-inch wheels.
Good condition. 1111 Forest noons, or
4 to 6 pam., or call 4592. )67
GOLFERS-Spalding Jones irons, Ha-
gen, Wilson, MacGregor pro. golf
equipment. Golf bags, paxs and balls.
Phone 22058-4044. J oh nn y Malloy
Professional. ) 69
A BETTER PRICE paid for Men's used
clothing. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
ington St. )14
NEW all aluminum Trailercoaches, 14
ft. overall. Completely equipped, $995.
Can be financed. Meyers Aircraft Co.,
Tecumseh Airport, Tecumseh, Mich-
igan. ) 42
OUTDOORS!!
22 acres of rolling country, west of
and near Ann Arbor. Just right for
your suburban home. Will divide into
smialler parcels. Call 6415.
BERNICE_ E. FERRIS, Realtor
WANTED TO BUY
$1500 CASH-Wanted to buy Willys
Jeep Station Wagon-Box 27 )30
WANTED TO BUY-Used Camera, Argus
C-2 or similar make. Write Box 6.1
Michigan Daily. )721
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
WANTED-Student with $500 to buy
partnership in going concern, owner
is graduating. Must be able to work
10 hours weekly. Excellent returns.
Reply Box 49, Michigan Daily. )70
BUSINESS SERVICES
ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERSI
SALES - JOHN JADWIN - SERVICE
855 Tappan Ave. Phone 2-7412 )10

WANTED TO RENT
STUDENT COUPLE desire 2, 3, 4 or 5
room apt. Furnished or unfurnished
starting June, July or Aug. Box 16.
LAW STUDENT and teacher wife want
apartment-furnished or unfurnished
for June or before. 2-yr. residency.
Call Mrs. Yolles, 21729. )71
STUDENT COUPLE desires permanent
furnished apartment beginning June
or will sub-lease for summer semes-
ter. Call Nissler, 2-4551 between 6
and 8. Good references. )
VETERAN AND WIFE wish to sublet
apartment for summer session only.
Can furnish excellent references.
Write H. G. Strunce, Director Instru-
mental Music, Handley High School,
Winchester, Virginia. )22
FOR RENT
TYPEWRITERS now available for rent,
standards or portables. Office Equip-
ment Service Co., 111 S. Fourth Ave.
)36
FOR RENT-5 beds available in male
student's rooming house. 3 blocks
from campus. Phone 2-0240 between
6 and 8 p.m. )(6

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North Main Opposite Court House
--- Today thru Tuesday -
Arthur Lake in
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Kenplurtsi-
OVER the SANTA FE TRAIL
Jungle Girl, Chapter 7
RKO News
WU1[EBTH
OUR PRICE :
Weekdays until 5 P.M., 25c
Evenings and Sundays, 34c
- Today and Monday -.
THE SHOW-OFF
Red Skelton, Marilyn Maxwell
-- and
Gentlemian JOE PALOOKA
with Joe Kirkwood, Leon Errol
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LOST-.-Golf clubs and bag
Hills course last Friday.
4707. Reward.

at Stadium
Finder call
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WILL THE PAR'TY who inadvertently
took brown overcoat from rack at
League cafeteria Friday morning please
call 23782. I have yours. ) 72
WILL PERSON who mistakenly took
derby with red lining and initials
AS. from Theta Chi Bowery Ball
please call 23236. Ask for Swanson.
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RAINCOAeTS, groups of
poplin at 5.00, 7.00, 1C
BLOUSES. Crepes and
tons. 1.98, 2.98, 3.98,

Tcotton gabardine and
D.00. Sizes 1 0-20.
odds and ends in cot-
5.00.

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SKIRTS. Plaids and solids, dark and light
colors and white . . . at 2.98, 3.98, 5.00.

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