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 - MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1 , 1942 St. Aloysius...
MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1 , 1942 St. Aloysius Enrolment 325, 50 Above Past Year St. Aloysiu.s Parochial school has started full sessions with an enrolment enrolment of 325. or 50 more than the past year, the Rev. Joseph A McDonald, rector, and member of the Archdiocessan School Board of Philadelphia, announced. The educational program this year will follow the program outlined by the parochial school board of Philadelphia. Schedules will be the same as the past year and no changes will be made in vacations. Another class was added to the school. Whereas the first and second second grade doubled up the past year, they are separate now. The Rev. McDonald stated although although no athletic program has as yet been decided upon, it Is expected expected that physical education in the school will follow the pattern of the national physical fitness campaign. There are sufficient supplies on Stalingrad (Continued from Page One) on Germany and Nazi-occupied territory, territory, had tried unsuccessfully to attack Moscow Saturday, Seventy German planes, in three groups, reached the far approaches of the capital, the communique said, but were dispersed by Russian fighters and forced to turn back. O^e German machine and one Russian Russian were shot down. The high command also announced that Russian warships had destroyed destroyed a 10.000-ton German trans port ship in the Baltic sea and that Stormovik dive bombers of the Black Sea fleet had destroyed three Ger man patrol boats. Meanwhile, the Germans, unable to advance on Stalingrad, threw hand for the coming year, ancTfhandplcked mountain—Lmops into enough coal was stored at the close of the past term to last through the Winter Registration saw about 25 pupils from Stowe admitted. Past registrations registrations from Stowe were far below that figure, the Mother Superior stated. Allies in Tree-lo-Tree a new campaign far to the south for vital passes winding through forbidding peaks of the Caucasus to Baku’s oil fields. While the Stalingrad fighting reached a peak of savagery and the campaign in the south assumed new importance, the Russians announced announced the Red air force flew hundreds hundreds of miles through stormy weather Friday night to cut a fiery week the

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 07 Sep 1942, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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