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, . —THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Tuesday, March 10, 1942 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal Offices 182 Students Listed On tech Fail Semester Honor Roll 7 A total of 182 students were list-® ed on the honor roll announced at Texas Technological college Monday by Registrar \V. P. Clement. -. Based on grades of Ihc fait semester, the list is made up of the upper five per cent of the student bo'dy in scholastic rating. Twenty-Jocr smtfents hid a thr« grade point or "A" average. They are Ger»'.- <ita« BaJl. Oeraldine Beckfr. Mrs. Mtry LOlt r Clirlt, Mrs. Pauline Frey, Florene Juanita Koick. Mary Romans Sparks, »nd Beity Walling, aU or Lubbock: Byron J. Bennett, Loraint; Herman Paul Castle- b*rry, Dilhm; S«m Ch'^holm and H. TVyatt Han\s, Jr.. Brownfield; Ruth Joan Connelly snd Mary Lorraine Smith. PJain- vlewi-John O. Ely, MonAhans; Wilmt Huth Forbis, \Vellineton; John W. KtJter. Am»- rlUo; Mrs. Zol« H. Newaouie, Snyder; Edith Poole, Benjamin; Edith Robertson, TaBoia: Roderick Shaw, Oiton; Mary Margaret Wells, Tunnell, Tahoka; Helen Francn Idalon; Marjorie Wld'noyer, Iowa Park, »»;d Mrs. Ruth Donald Wilson, Lev- ellantj. Students with a 3.53 to 2.99 grade point t)lC"A-mimis" »\tr»g« are: Ouler.e Abel, Marlt Margaret Allen, \lolt Grace Azchw, W. L. Armitrnng, 'r., Helen Louise Ball, Mary Clare Barrett. Opfcella May Beal!, Jlmmie Amelia Boone. Marion Chandler, .Ada Marie Clark. Glenn Earl Davis, Hazel Dlctfnson, Lydia Ann Duff. Janey Gi!more. Sue Ann Goolsby. Monda Wisdom Hamilton, Marguerite Harris, Averlyne Hatther. Ralph HavlF, Mary Carolyn Haynes. Benjsmln P, Her- rinp. Willouise Humphries, Travli Jones, Mrs. Vlrlea B. Mathews, Christine Moore, Betty Jo Morgan, Betty Jane O'Mara. Jar.e Prickett. Carolyn Reynolds, Glenn Sanderson. A. B. Sansom. Robert Smith. Dorothy Stephens, Walter Studhalter, Mrs. Rex Webster, Dorothy Jean Weiss and Joe Keith Williams, all a! Lubbock. benore Frances Anglln, Tahoka: Charles William Arnold. Goree, Jos!e Lee Barnett. Earth: Frances Barrow, Lois Ratliff Smith, Virginia Ann Hllllard, Betty Hurt. Kalh- ryn LaRue Norman, Lames*: Charles C. Britton, Morris Brltton, Roaring Springs: Evalyn s. Brown, Carlsbad. N. M.; Charles Bruce. Mt. Vernon; Mary Janice Bale. Stamford: Joyce B u m p a s B. Quanah: Charles Rogers Carlton, Jamec Woodle Day, John Hall DeGarmo. Reta Jane Norman, plalnvlEw; Robert S. Cartwrlght, Saati Fe, N. M.; Doris Elaine Carton. Thornton: Wlnona Chaney, Litllelleld: J.fartanna Coffey. Cblldress; Ereljn B. • Cooper, El Paso; Marine M. Craddock. Robert L«e; Gamett S. Davis, Stanton; Edwin Dawson. Tulia: Herman P. Delnken. Almstad, N. fli.; W&Udeen Donnell. Mtxin Calvin SlliJ, Belen, N. M.: Aubrey Eubanks. Brectenrldge; BlUIe Louiss Swing. Wnco: O. L. Farrar, Wolfiorth: Herbert Flowers, Jacksboro; Ermadel Floyd, McLean: Jean Forrest, Guthrie: Tom Poirlkes, Dlmmltt; Howard Ray Garrison. David Halbower, Milton Broylei. Georgia 8n». Wharton, Louts* Lewis, Betty Jane Morris, Fort Worth, "W. o. Htrlan, Mules&oe; Eugen* Kcr- rlion. Stratlord; Clifton Haynlo, Dallas: Bleu. Helm. Hale Center: Betty Herring, Benjamin. Kessell. RoiweH. N." M.: John 'Hill;-Jr., Mldlaad: Mary Lou Hlnson. Spring Lake; Helen Mack Hume. Post; Keith Pitton, Kara Hunsucker. Matador; Charlie Bob Hutcheson, Sundown; Raymond Ince, Frank Vernon, Spur; Jean ••--(feeluoB, Dor if Johnston. Abernithy; Kennedy, Gorman; BiUls Knutson, t; l*t» Ift-rU Koenlnger. O'Donnell: lla. F»nUno Letri*, Earth; OnaU Und» Ufht, Thalia;.-Hex Lowe, Cameron; Elizabeth. Zrl» Luce, Llttlefield; Marilyn Moore fcuker, Mariam. Peckhajn, Arcarlllo; Ottalle SicDoifell, Mt. Vernon; Rowena. McKln- JB?, Hamilton: SeUey K. McMillan: Ciiil- drsse; • 'Virginia Le e McSpaddnn. Phillips; . Th'eimi Payne. Helen, Ruth West, Virginia. M*» Malley, Levelland; John Jackson Mc- Eee. Mlrlan Meading, Lorene Sander. Juirilt* Allene WUllams. all of Slaton; Slb- Ity-'Keel, Coahoma; Dan Newhy. Santa Fe *?. '11.;- Zdtth. Pearl Newman, Rails; Billy Sos»-tt Uivln, Roby. Katj 7aye Uorrts, Cisco; Jull* Parker Eutland; . MlrUra AlTa Parks, Jtyion; M»ri* Peterman, Brownfleld;. Edna Loulsi Prange, .Cisco; Beverlj Le« Price. Morton Tota PrlcSett, Uexia; Betty Grate' Pugh Clara. JIB* Whaley, Odessa: David Put- teet; Bonham; Jack Wade Quails. Benja- Scbi; 3. Frsnlc JUpstlne. White Deer: Bert- Bett Reaves. Big Spring: Lynette Riordan, Barger; Donaid Robbins. Santa Ft N. M.•Willlam Rollwagt, Dallas; Jon Rugel, Midland; Robert V. Scott, Floydada; Christine Seaman, Lockney; Ernest Sheets, Dalhart Bertls Jo Shaw. Rails; Emily Sitton, Petersburg; Robert Slater. CofaleskOl, Jf. Y.- Sue Smith. Hamilton; . Harland Soper Emmetshurs. Iowa; Lee Spring. Frloae, Johnle D. Starfcey, Mtileshoe; Frank Svet- Britain Signs Pact With Exiled Greeks LONDON, March 9. 6<P)—Great Britain undertook today to supply war materials to Greek armed forces on a lend-lease basis in an argeement signed with the Greek government-in-exile. The accord said "the complete liberation of Greece and reestablishment of her freedom and independence" are among the objects of the war and declared the two governments "confirm their determination to prosecute the war- to a successful conclusion in the closest cooperation." Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden signed for Britain; and Emmanuel Tsouderos, premier and war minister, for the exiled Greeks. FACES SECOND TRIAL BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March 9. OJ.R)—Mrs. Caroline G. Payne, 43, business manager of a Blooming- on newspaper, faced a "second rial today on charges that she nurdered the lover who jilted her o marry another woman. Special Judge Charles B. Staff yesterday discharged the jury of 11 men and one woman who had debated her 'ate for 48 hours without reach- "ng a decision. Ilk. Bar City; Sallle Ann Taylor. Crosby- on; Vera, Thormann, Loralne: Catherlni Thurston, Olton; Udell Thurm»n, Anson; !dward Turrentine. Tahoka: Darrel .'erner Meadow; Jerrene Verner, Rule Oliver S. Walkup. Dawson; Janet Wright San Angelo; Nina Wright. Shallowater and Harold Yeager, Wichita Falls. O. C. Todc! Speaks At American Legion Meet O. C. Todd, who served in the coast artillery °f the Army fol'ov/- ng World war No. 1, discussed experiences gained in the Philip- jfnes snd the South Sea islands Monday night at a regular meeting of Allen Bros, post., American Leion. Chester A. Hubbard, vice com- m?,nder, presided in absence of Commander Paul Hardwick. Suggestion for systematic purchases of defense stamps and bonds made by Louis Murfee, chairman of a Legion committee on civilian defense. ickes Approves Plan To Allocate Tankers WASHINGTON,' March 9. Secretary of Interior Ickes approved today a plan to allocate available tanker space for movu- ment of oil to the Atlantic coast whereby participants would be assured space in proportion to their use of tankers from July 1. 1939 to | June 30, 19/.I. Ick'js, who is the petroleum coordinator, said the plan was de- Wholesale Market ^ Concluded Monday Retailers took advantage of improved weather- conditions to swell attendance Monday at Concluding features of the three-day semi-annual Western Wholesale Market association mart. A dance in the main ballroom of Hilton hotel attracted most of those attending the market. Jack York, whose band played for dancing, was master of ceremonies. Dancing was. interrupted for a floor show. Those entertaining were Mrs. Brunette Harper, Miss Jane Higgins, Miss Debby Lail and chorus, Bernie Howell, Bundy Bratcher and Lee Searcy. velopecl by the industry transportation Committee for this district and v/as designed to alleviate conditions resulting from disrupr tion of water-borne shipments of petroleum and petroleum products. Besides sharing tanker space, each participant would share a proportionate part of the excess cost of transporting oil to the east coast by alternative transportation, surh as rail, pipelines, barge and tank truck. „ The plan provides that no participant may withdraw prior to its termination, or prior to the end DRILLING IS RESUMED SNYDER, March 9. — With drilling resumed .Saturday in the R. J. Byrd of Dallas No. 1 I. B. \Vade test in the Sharon Ridge oil field, 330 feet from the souih and west lines of the southeast quarter, Section 141-97-H & TC Sur- of. the first 15 months of operation. Carrier participation is optional and limited to owners and operators of tankers in excess ol 3,000 registered gross tons. Ickes said that an industry transportation group subcommittee would administer the plan'. vey, at 1,563, feet, operators are feeSing ahead for the first signs of the Sharon field pay zone. Hav'H. Simons, drilling contractor, cemented eight and one- fourth inch casing at 1,568 feet, PURE WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY and reports successfully closing in the strata of "free air" found at 1,080 feet. Coal, pricss Jumped 25 p°r c«nt in North China in a recent, month. • To relieve Muery of COLDS 666 LIQUID TABLETS SALVE NOSE OROPS COUGH DROPS rax -KDB-Mir-TiSM"—A WONDERFUL LINIMENT INVESTIGATION ASKED WASHINGTON. March 9. 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