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"SUNDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1931. PART IL' Graduate Class of 1931 Welcomed Into U.G.L.A. Alumni at Annual Spring Dinner Danc& BRUINS INSTALL NEW PRESIDENT Four Councillors Inducted at Campus Rites First Gathering of Kind in Memorial Hall Guests Include Notables of Former Classes Members of the clas of 1931 today are officially 'amcnij tne University of California at Los Angeles graduate ranks despite thr fact that Senior Week is Just be-(rinning. The latest additions to the Westwood Institution's alumul body were welcomed last night at the annual spring formal oinner-dance, held in Kerchhoff Hall on the campus. As a result of the installations t the banquet, the Bruia alumni also have a new president and four new councillors. The new president is Thomas Manwarring, local business man and former manager of the Dailv Bruin, as an undergraduate. The new councillors are Miss Margaret Gary, Miss Charlotte McGlynn. Warren Croweli snd Lorn Iiams. each of whom has been prominent in university aflair. CEREMONY CONDUCTED Installation rit"s were conducted by Jerold E. Well, who retired as alumni chieftain after many years of prominence both as an undergraduate and an alumnus. This year's alumnt gathering, the first of the kind conducted on th new Westwood campus, constltuetd an alumni dedication of the beautiful new Memorial Hall. The principal speaker last night Iras Chester H. Rowell, regent of the University of California and noted newspaper editor-writer. Other speakers Included Assemblyman Houser of Alhambra, a Bruin graduate and former student-body president; Dr. Ernest Carroll Moore, director, and Frank BalthLs, attorney and former class president, who erved as toastmaster. MANY GUESTS HONORED Honor guests in addition to the above were Regent and Mrs. John R. Haynes. Deans Charles H. Rie-ber, Marvin L. Darcle and Helen Matthewson Laughlin; Assemblyman Little, State Sens tor McKin-ley. Municipal Judge and Mrs. Fred-erickson and Rev. Willsie Martin. James W. Lloyd, business man and former editor of an all-Amer-Ican U.C.L.A. yearbook, was banquet' committee chairman. Other committee members were Mrs. Barbara Lloyd. Mrs. Theresia R. Long, Misses Han-t-na Frectcrickson. Elizabeth Waters. Cynthia Fry. Marion Petti'i. Hn.'riet Andrews. Elizabeth Lloyd and Kr.te Frost and Messrs. Joseph Lonz. Harvey Tafe. William H Neville. Ralph Stilwell. David E!dsway. Robert Kerr. Robert Fu:U;e. D.r.ri Fo'.z and Arch Tut-hi.'l. More than 1000 seniors of the University wil lenter their final week cf undprgniduate activity today when bicjalaureate services are conducted on the Westwood campus at 4 p.m. Commencement is scheduled for Frtdav at the Hollywood Bowl. Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin will be tii j pvinc pal speaker on today's program. Other shakers will be Dr. Clifford L. Barrett, chairman of the philosophy department, and Director Moore. The graduates-to-be will form at I; 30 p.m. in the main quadrangle and march in procession to Royce GIRL SCOUTS GIVEN AWARDS Annual Court Held in Griffith Park mmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm fjPf fi ill, V- J Pfi& S HAL x u t " ' 'r 1 L ijl' v 1 ' f a i T -ja Jl ,,,,3? ALUMNI RALLY '". AT OCCIDENTAL Golden Eaglets Honored Girl Scouts decorated at Griffith Park: Left to right, Mis Elizabeth Alley, regional representative of national board of directors; Shirley Silverman, Audrey Prather and Clara Johnson. GIRL SCOUTS of the Los Angeles Council yesterday were awarded 1475 merit badges at the annual court of awards at the Griffith Park Greek Theater. Mrs. Rose Bryant and Mrs. Shirley Bowles, charter members of the Los Angeles council, presented, awards to the Girl Scout offl-' cers, district captains and community organizers. Elizabeth B. Alley, regional representative, presented badges to troop members. Mrs. Helen M. Laughlin, commissioner of the council, revealed the growth of the Girl Scout movement and of the Ideals for which it stands. Three years ago the Girl Scouts here numbered 200. she said, and now there are more than 3000. Mrs. Edith W. Swarts, local director of the council, also spoke. A colorful parade of fifty-two Girl Scout troops opened the program, which also included musical select'.oas by the Girl Scout orchestra of Horace Mann Junior High School and bugle calls by Sis Jones. Golden Eaglet awards were made to Shirley Silverman. Audrey Prather and Clara Johnson. Letters of commendation were received by Ruth Commague, Ruth Louise Skinner, Betty Lou Moore. Betty Garrett, Dorothy Capewell and Mary Want. Hall Auditorium for the services proper. The ceremony will mark the first appearance of the class of 1931 in the cap and gawn emblematic of its graduation. Throughout the services within the auditorium vocal numbers will be rendered by the University A Capella Choir. GARAGE PROVISION URGED Omission of the position of garage superintendent in the new budget has occasioned a plea from the Board of Public Works to the City Council to replace the item. The Council referred the matter to the Special Budget Committee. UTAH GROUP TO PICNIC Former resident of Park City, Utah, will hold a picnic in South Park, Los Angeles, Sunday, the 14th inst., starting at 10 a.m. Coffee and ice cream will be served by the committee. CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AT MILESTONE Commencement Activities Opened by Reunion Latcson to Head Association for Coming Year Honorary Degrees Will Be Conferred on Two Yesterday was alumni day at Occidental College and the opening of the thirty-ninth commencement season. Old graduate assembled both afternoon and evening. At the banquet last night at the College Union the 164 graduates of 1931 were guests of honor. One hundred and fifty-five will receive degrees of bachelor of arts and nine master of arts. At the annual alumni association election the following officers were chosen: Francis W. Lawson, president; Harold E. Dryden, vice-president, and Clifford Argue, Mary Davies and Kenneth Montgomery, members of the executive committee. The new officers were installed following the banquet. 1 Honorary degrees will be conferred by Occidental upon William H. Oxtoby and David B. Updegraff during the commencement program tomorrow night at 7 o'clock In the Greek theater. Oxtoby Is president of San Francisco Theological Seminar-. He will receive the degree of doctor of laws. Updegraff Is a missionary to India under the Presbyterian board and will be awarded the degree of doctor of divinity. Dr. George W. Dowrie of Stanford University graduate school of business will deliver the address, on "The Challenge of- the Present Economic Crisis." The senior class day with Its traditional ceremonies will be Monday afternoon. The vesper communion service and baccalaureate sermon are scheduled to be conducted today at 4:30 and at 7 p.m., respectively, in Orr gardens and the hillside theater. Rev. Ezra J. Egly, pastor of Riverside Presbyterian Church, will be in charge of the communion. The baccalaureate sermon is to be given by Dr Robert Freeman, president of Occidental's board of trustees and pastor of Pasadena 'Presbyterian Church. MONTGOMERY BROS. AUCTION YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON THE PURCHASE OF YOUR Graduation Gifts Wedding Gifts Our Auction Sale is your Golden opportunity Never again will such a chance be yours to buy such high grade DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVER at such ridiculously low prices nothing is reserved Pick out your own selection it will be put up on sale your bid will buy it at your own price. Remember, we give away three beautiful 18-Kt. White Cold Rings set with fine Diamond Each day one at 11 o'clock one at 2 o'clock one at 5 o'clock come in and get one free of any charge or compliment. MONTGOMERY BROS. Los Angeles Oldest Jewelers Established 1881 7TH STREET AT HOPE If requested your purchase will be packed in .one of Montgomery Bros, gift boxes and delivered free of charge This service is FREE. Largest Class in History to Re Graduated Friday; Exercises Begin Today California Christian College will graduate thirty-two seniors, the largest class in its eleven years' history, next Friday morning with Dr. Theodore Gerald Soares of Pasadena delivering the commencement address in O ray son Memorial Auditorium on the campus, 786 North Vermont avenue. The baccalaureate service at 3 pun. today, with Rev. Warren Grafton, minister of First Christian Church, Los Angeles, speaking, will open the week's major events. At 5 o'clock President C. F. Cheverton will speak and the men's glee club, directed by Herbert G. Tovey, will sing over Radio KHJ. Tomorrow will be Class Day and will Include the ivy procession, presentation of the class gift, progression of the senior bench and other features, all in the morning. The president's reception will be held In the evening. A feature of the week is the second annual choir choral, a competitive sing for choirs of Southern California Christian churches, held along Eisteddfod lines, and for which cash prizes totaling $150 and cups will be awarded. The choral is sponsored by the college in the interest of better church music, 225 singers from eight churches participating this year. The class of 1925 will hold its first reunion dinner Wednesday evening. Thursday will be Alumni U.S.C. RECORD SET BY CLASS (Continued from First Page) John F. Fisher. The university band played the "Euryanthe overture." by Von Weber, and then President Von KleinSmtd arose to preside over the award of senior honors, the actual awards being made by the heads of the departments in which the honors were won. The two Trojan diamond medals went to Marshall Dixon Dufneld. famed athlete and exceptional scholar, and Louis K. Gough, president of the student body. Ernest A. Payne, captain of the track team, was awarded the Gimbel medal. Spectators commented on an unusual combination of beauty and brains when the Lottie Lane prize for the highest scholarship average in the college of arts, sciences and letters was awarded to Winifred Pearle Biegler, daughter of the dean of the college of engineering. ARCHITECTS' AWARD GIVEN The American Institute of Architects' prize for the highest average In the College of Architecture, was won by Christian Eberle Choate. The Delta Sigma Pit Key, for excellence in scholarship and most promise of future success among students of the college of commerce and business administration, was awarded to Lesley Dodge Fay. The Garrett Newklrk medal, for combined academic and technical dentistry talents, went to Dr. Francis Joseph Conley, and the Los Angeles County Dental Society medal, for highest scholarship average, to Dr. Roy Leslie Arnett. Luctle Elizabeth Conley won the Kappa Beta PI scholarship medal, as the woman with the highest scholarship average in the school of law. The alumni medal for the highest scholarship average of the course went to Edward Eugene Tut-tle. The Lehn and Fink medal, for the highest scholarship average in the school of pharmacy was awarded to Nivous Frances Sack, and La verne Dages Mabry won the Zeta rnt Eta cup nonor. awarded to the LARGE GRADUATING CLASS AWARDED DIPLOMAS AND HONORS AT U.S.C. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Dav. featured bv a ha.uhfll1 camp I the alumnl-faculty-senlor tea, and, senior with the highest scholarship in the evening, a dramatic presen- verae among me majors in speecn, tation of President Cheverton's latest book, "When Kings and Prophets Held the Stage." The- ninth annual commencement exercises will begin at 10 a.m. Friday, with conferring of degrees by President Cheverton. Charles C. Chapman of Fullerton, chairman of the board of trustees, will preside. Mrs. OUa Scllards and Mrs. Au- relia Woodruff, mother and daugh ter, will be graduated In the same class. Friday evening trustees, faculty, alumnt and students will gather for the annual banquet. The week's events will close with the annual alumni breakfast Saturday morning, Vaughan R. Harlan, alumni president, presiding. California Christian College Is a four-year college of liberal arts maintained by the Christian Church of California. SEWER CONTRACT LET BV BOARD OF WORKS A single contract was awarded last week by the Board of Public Works and It was for the sewering of Lytelle Place at Avenue 42, which went for 1515. City Engineer Jes- sup last week submitted to the City Council the ordinances of Intention for the improvement of Franklin avenue between Gower street and Argyle avenue, the Improvement of Crdros avenue between Parthenia street and Ro.voc Boulevard, the Improvement of Twenty-ninth street between Peck avenue and OarTey Mreet and the Improvement of Yucca Mreet between Las Pal-mas avenue and Highland avenut. Following is the list of graduates who received diplomas at the annual commencement exercises of the University of Southern California in the Coliseum yesterday: LETTERS, ARTS AND SCIENCES Tho Lottie Lane prize for the hitheit whdlarship averare for the course; Win- uitred Pearle Bieirlcr. Maitna Cum Laudc Winifred Pearle Blnpler. Joseph Matthew Bobbitt. Earl Ed mund HitchH'k, Lucille Huehner, Helena Uraee fetrovitL-h-Nicgouch, Gertrude Ellzi-beth Ruhnka. Cum Laude Louis Charles Beck, Herbert Peter Carstenn. Glen Ernest Cline, Adelaide Cornelia Culler, Donald Gordon Davis, Charlotte Maritaret Doutrlag, Dine Bethune Duffield II, Frederic Glenn Enfo-brctsen, Harold Wiley Freer, Theresa Mar-jone JohriKon. William John Jordan, Mildred LilliHtn Kirkpatriek. Eugene Knnomi, Garry William Kornv, Thomas Lippman, Lnraine Harriet Paradise, Janet McCoy. Edward LeRoy Murden. Tien Dien Ni, Catherine Emily Noel. Helen Elizabeth Peterson. Dorothy Louise Rayner, Theodore Frederick Ruff, Vernon Daniel Schaef-fer, Arthur Lenton Schultz. Esther Mary Schultz, Francis Patricia Shields, Joseph Neville Sikes, Berniece Mildred Strodthoft, Fay Eunison, Dorothy Evelyn Wieslner. COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE The American Institute of Architects' prize awarded for the hirheBt generalaver-aire In school throughout the entire Ave years. Christian Eberle Choate, Cum Laude Thornton "M. Abeil. COMMERCE AND BUSINESS The Delta Siirma Pi ey, for excellence in scholarship and promise ot future business success Leslie V. Fay. Mairna Cum Laudc Robert Harold Barr. Cum Laude Kenneth Lloyd Beuik'.1, Leslie Dodge Fay. Ernest Loewncr Klin's-tlem, Thomas Delmont Reese, Edilli Vyvienne Saye. Ralph Richard Snyde-, Bertram Alven N. Willoufrhby, Jack Zidell. COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY The Garrett Newkirk Medal) awarded for combined academic and technical attainments Francis Joseph Conley. The Ias Angeles County Dental Society Medal, for highest scholarship averare for the four-year course Roy Leslie Arnett. SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Magna Cum Laude Muriel Elizabeth Butler. Frances Elizabeth Carlson, Lcnna Ruth Gordon. Cum Laude Tenney Elizabeth Frakes. Cene Frances Lynch, Williemett Crossett Ralston. Raymond Miller Weslover. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Magna Cum Laude Rodney Christopher Lewis. Adin Ernest Mathews, Harold Htrathcona Moody. Cum , Laude Charles Napoleon Alex-snil.T. Louis Hi If Hendrixpon, Gerald Thomas Pearson. Earle Dahl Sansum, Ash-ton Jlarry Shields. SCHOOL OF LAW The Alumni Medal, for the highest scholarship average for the course-Eugene Edward Tuttle. The Kappa Beta Pi Scholarship Medal, for the woman with the highest scholarship average lor the course Lucilc Elizabeth Conrey. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY The Lehn and Fink Medal for the highest scholarship average for the course Ncvins Frances Sack. Cum Lumle Huford Blaine Drake, MutHUmi Note, Dan-el Jay Patterson, Charlei Kenneth Vickrey. SCHOOL OF SPEECH The Zeu Phi Eta Cup Honor for the Minor with the highest scholarship avcr-ngc among the majors in sinrech l.avernc Doge Motiry. Cum Laude Lavcrne Doges Mobry. COLLEGE OF MUSIC Magna Cum Laudc Lucy Belle Morgan. Cum Laude Gordon Roland Buckland. I.llla .Margaret Bone, Elizabeth lone Hough. Ella M. Johnson. Helen K. Pa--rett. Sony a Saylin. Clara Ella Spilman, Marion Elizabeth Wright. CANDIDATES FOR PH. D. Betty Trier Berry, Mybert Eustace Brunei. Petru Petru Coniarnesen. Ca Hugo Farman. John Wrsley Hurl -ion. William Frederick Huiamel. Elli O'Neal Knox. Myra Esther Retr., Carlotm Corner Wagner, Carl Douglas Wells, Phillip Paul Wiener. DOCTOR OF EDUCATION George Henry Bell, Verne Ralph Rons. MASTER OF ARTS Russell Howard Adams. Maud Adam ton, Helen Marguerite Adkinson, Louise Schneider Althouse, Milton Henry An drew, Frederick Barnabas Armbruster, Amy Louikc Alisterniell, Eileen Carey Bap nett, Genevieve Bates, Arthur O. C. Bean, Lornc W. Bell. Marcus Pera Berbano. Eliz abeth Anna Bergslrnm, Joseph P. Bierke, Joseph G. Blann. Vera Marie Bosinglon. Marione Dowlmg Brown. William t! Brown. Mary Elizabeth Hninton, Meldrim Francis Burnll. into Earl Buss. Elizabeth Jane Butler. Ruth Donat Carlson. Walter Brant Clark. Alit Eleanor Clarke. Gail Girton Clarke, Lowell Harris Coate, Esther Merriman Cogswell, Melvin Lionel Cytron. Augustine liiilliind. h.dgar r.ugene uan inls. Mildred Davidson, Estelle Francis Davis. Takao Doi, Ruth Edwards, James McFarline Ervin, Alice Good Farnsworth. incenza Ferrara. Pearl Blanche t isher Ruth Elizabeth Frey. Alice Margaret Gall Helen Lisa Gnrber. Ethel Mendenhall George. Anna Sue German, Waller Pryce Gilliert, Ruth Framvs Goff, Goldle Alta Graves. Arthur Dash'-w Greenherg, Gladys Alversun Gregg. Mno Kloerta Grldiey Jessie Louise Gruwell. Martha Bergllot Gtntmutiseii. Norman Weir Guthrie. Marion Amidon Hagenburger, Bryant Mclnlyre Hale. Hazel G. Smith Hall. Emma Evelyn Hanthorn. Mary Margaret narker. Frank Timothy Harrington. Har ry 'ride Hams. Elizabeth Hawkins. Pau' ie luuse Hazard, William Ballen- tine Helilev. John Paul Hill Wl lam Pierce Hinsdale, Walter E. Holsteln, Josho Hon, William Henry Houston, Edttha Howell. Elizabeth Lorentzen Hughes, Anna cico Hurley, Etna Oleta Jack. Fern Belle Jiiirerls. Alfred Kendall Jenkins. Elsie Florelne Jewel. Walther David Joel, James Ijcwis Jonas. Frank Everett Jordan. Helen Corimie Kadoch. Pieter Jclle Kapteyn. William Clayton Kauftman. Kanichl Ka wasaki. Marv Lillian Ceeile Keefe. H. Paul Keg Icy, Henry Donald Keislar, Julia Mart Kelly, Kalharyn Kennedy. Paul Gatson Kepner. Frances Mary KlamDt. Eflle L Knox, Esther Laurietta Kohler, Gertrudu Augusta Krieger, Donald Austin Kurz, r.stner t. Larson, Donald William Lean, M. Berenice Lexer. Gladys Marie Leonard. Henrietta T. Leveque, Gilbert Alger Lewis, Tinlih Lewis, Yun Pti Liu, Bonnie-Jean Lock wood. Mel Hwang Loh, Kit King Louis, Isabel Minerva Lowe, Mae Irene Ludemann. James Campbell MeOormirk, Jr., Rob-Art Joseph Mi'Nelly, Zllpha Roberta Main, iiessie nutcninson mason, Maxou Met' linger, Julia Manetta Mendenhall, Glenn Bovard Merrytleld, Josephine Eugenia Mil ler, Louise Irene Mitchell, Kendo Mltn, Thomas Moseley, Minna Etta Nonis, William Frederick Norwood. Elizabeth M. Oakley, Irene L. Olson, Oscar Jeter Owen, Evelyn June. Paxton, William Campbell Payne, Maurine Cynthia Peraberton. Jea-net to Pcrdew, Evelyn Venning Petersen. Kdna Terry Piekrell. Ruth Varney link-ham, Muriel Edwlna Powell, Daniel Stanton Presnall, Hazel Emma Quant, Opal Hay, Daniel James Keed. Ruth Elaine Rued. John Marshall Reinhart. Elltabulb Repots.hnig, Rueuen Busch Resnlk. I.eo- nora May Rhodes, tJenevlcve Lawrence Robinson. Esther W, Bostelman Ross, Robert Loron Rutherford, Catherine Annalsd Sargent, Elslu A. Sebcrt, Lindsay Alfred Semmeus, Alfred A. Shapiro, Harry Lynn Shelter, Edith Roberta Sheridan. Sister Mary Teres Cores, Samuel SknlnlK. Florence Marie Smith. ' Pearle Alken Smlth. Winifred Isabella Smith. Mercedes May Sparks, Elisabeth MalhleU Sprlggs, Trent Hewitt Steele, Ancil K. Steunenlierf , E Orrtrude Street, Florence lone Sturm, Lois Dart SuRleld, Marian Svenarud. Anna Bell Taher, Chester A. Taft, Mary Buchanan Taylor. Lola Margaret Thompson, Ruby Doris Tilleson, Eleanor Mary Titus, Emily Katherlne Tompkins. Ida Mary Trask, Robert Howard Trelhle, Carl Frederick Trieb. Una Harriet t'llaud. Marian Elisabeth Van Glider, Glenn Gibson Vanlmati, Nell D. Warren, Frank Marlon Waten-paugh, Snndhelm Keeton Webb, Esther Mildred Welnstock, Helen Myrtle Smith White, Clara Belle Wultmore. Elsie Kits- Lillian Marie Wolio, Porta Rhoda Wor- The William James Essay prizes. for students of philosophy, were won by Oeorge Knox Roth and Philip Paul Wiener, Awslrd of honors was followed by two vocal selections by Mme. Dux and then President Von KlclnSmld presented the honorary degree Bugle calls marked the close of the' commencement exercises. Almost Immediately after the Coliseum exercises, there was an informal alumni banquet In the social hall of the Student Union Building. One girl graduate received her degree, magna cum laude incidentally, as Lucille Huebner but yesterday morning she became Mrs. Arthur Neely, wife of a Trojan alumnus, In a ceremony at the Hollywood Wedding Chapel. STREET OPENING PLANNED The City Council hag adopted the ordinance of intention for the opening of Diaz avenue from Satl-coy street to Raymer street. Hear- ih .... (m. Tuio if white. Clara Belle Wultmore. t u.a v woo o 4 u., tvhitney. Harriet Evangeline Wilson. QCAt, TWO CAUGHT IN DOPE CHASE With the arrest of a Chinese and an American and the confiscation of $300 worth ot opium early Saturday morning detectives of the narcotics squad are working on the theory that clews growing out of this arrest may lead to the apprehension of a band of narcotic smugglers who have supplied Lo Angeles dope Joints with the contraband. Hoo Oong Soo. .alias Mills Bing.ficers found the opium, which was 37 years of age, of 409 North Broadway, and Charles H. Howe, 32 years of age, of 32 East Linda Vista avenue, were arrested at Calabasas and Ventura Boulevards after a short but thrilling automobile chase by Detective Lieutenants Yoakum and Klrkpatrick. The of- packed In a tin can, on the Chi' ncxe. The arrest followed a tip from underworld sources that Soo had gone to San Luis Obispo on May 8 to get a consignment of dope, The smugglers were driving a Lincoln coupe, listed as Soo's prop-erty. roll, Catherine A.nanda Vt'orthingham, George William Zinke. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Frederic rmstronr, Joe Morton Burch-am, Chwcn flo Chen, George Cicero Cnker. Ethel Jane Davis. Nelson Barrett Dolios. Walter Edward Hewitt. George Lie. Phillip Ludwig M.ilmin. Fred Harold. Weiss. James Norman Wong. MASTER OF SCIENCE Tenia Shults Clare. Cyril Brian Cour-ville. Gertrude Lynch Dunn. Charles Lewis Koelsche. Ejel.vn Pascal Kowitt. Simon E. Merenbach. Omar T. Sadler. Ralph Jesse Shaw, Mary L. Smuil, Charles Oliver Sy-cour, Ralph Webb PETROLEUM ENGINEER Robert Neer McMacttr. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Wendell Hauler Candland. Letgliton Stewart King, Elwood Baker Lay field.-ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Stanley Charles Winkler. PETROLEUM ENGINEERING M.Sc. Arthur Cooke Davis. M A. IN EDUCATION Alice Adiitns,. Iris Helena Albert, Samuel Charles Ambler. Edwin Baldwin Angler, Marion' Ruth Arzt, Marion Long Baker, Jessie Baldwin llarnes. Vera Pauline Ben-ore, James Brooks Blaisd- ll, Olive I'oflman Booth, Genevieve Hum Burr, Holier Green Cain. Harry William tnmptiell, Audrey Louise Carter, Lucile Mac Carter. Clarence White Chamberlniu, Estclla Louisa Church-hill. Llewellyn H. Coburn, Katherine Ken-neily Collins. Ray Michael Cunningham, Jennie G. Davis, Fiances Caxey Delnut, Paul Francis JX-vine, Clifford Orville Dioe, Lorenzo Carl, Esther Anna Dorffi. Genevieve Rosemary Downs, Alive Jane Vu!o-hery. Henry Otto Dyek, John Paul Dyck, Margaret McDonald Dyer, Kuscell D. Dy-sart. Eliza Estrop. Delia (node Fancier, Marion FeatherRtone, Lutic A. Fecucv, Alberta F. Flory, M.ixine Gordon Frank, Mary Elizabeth Friek, JJomer F. Gntcb-1, Frank J. Georges. Benjamin H. Gibbon, Eluonoro Glnno. Adelaide L. Gladden, Robert Lewis Good, Ora Francis Glass, Kale Louise Gridley, Fayc Benson Hall. John William Hainan. PearL Irene Hamlin. Edith Josephine Hanson, Frederick Willard Hanson, Edith Miriam Barker, ArchibaT Parker Harrison, Dorothy Silvl Hasersfc Frank Hagen Hawk, Earle Fnotn HazeltOH Gciii-gc Daniel Henck, Arinin Cart Henfe sclike., Robert Sterling Hieks, Grace W Hognhoom, Frances Marie Hollister, Ruts Plimpton Holmdahl, Arnold Oliver Bors ing, Clara Blanche Hughes. Maude Mo-Phersnn Hume, William R. Hurley, AlsdU A. Jamca. j Ma Cleo James. Elizabeth Jutta Jensea Marguerite E. Downey Johnson, Lilia Sara Jones, Schuyler C. Joyner, Eath Victoria Kalile, Lillian Ilona Kardos, Annie Armine Knrtozian, William Sims KieaV holz, Elsie Ruth Larson, J. Calvin Laadf bach, Grace Leaflingham, Burling Vuscee Lee Hazel Grace Leitzell. Abraham Benjamin Lift. John Raymon Livengood, Ever-elt Isaac Lockharl, Ethel Gage Ludwid1 Helen Lynch, Harlcy Wesley Lyon, Ida i McAdow, Victoria May McAlmon, Mm Ada M.cCaII. Stanley Charles MeClintlft Margery McDonald. Hazel Aletha McDo ell, Vera Lucille McMurry, Junta NsBV MacMillun, Florenc Igerna Manor, Jam (Continued on Page 6, Column The BROADWAY 'VI MALCOLM BROA.0WA7, rOUKTH AND HILL McNAGHTEN, PRES tclephone Order Service, mutual vju A e s it i s i I ii -a- 1 1 Lj i 1 1 . . - w. ji yrf hi i 'i 1 1 i i Interest Unabated in This Sale! JACKET FROCK, ENSEMBLES SO They Would Have Been $16.50 If Not Specially Purchased! Again, The Broadway makes history! What an event! Just when you need them most, come these new, better quality costumes! Models for wear from dawn to dawn, literally! From tennis frocks and knit suits through to daytime navy sheers, small print "town" georgettes, to printed dance chiffons, many with their own little jackets! If you're off for Vacation-land, if you're staying at home, if you're in business, or if you're an outof-town-overthcsweckcnd addict, if you're a gay gadabout, here are frocks for you! Sizes 14 to 44, $11.50. Plenty of White! Embroidered Sheers! 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