The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 10, 1928, Page 2, Image 2

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Mr. Eliot Will Be Speaker at
Meeting of Salem Nature
Club This Evening
W. A. Eliot, president of the
Oregon Aadobon society, will be
the speaker At the meeting of the
Salem Nature club this erening at
the Y. M. C. A.
Kensington Club Entertained
Thursday Afternoon
.Kensington club members were
entertained Thursday afternoon at
the heme of Mrs. Charles E. Pratt.
i .Club members present were
Mts. I. M. Doughton. Mrs. F. S
Anunsen, Mrs. Charles Hudkins
Mrs. Herbert Hauser, Mrs. Otto J
Wilson. Mrs. George Griffith. Mrs
George King, and the hostess, Mrs.
Sewing and conrersation were
the diversions of the afternoon.
Mrs. George King assisted the
hostess in serving at the tea hour
In a fortnight, Mrs. Otto J. Wil
son will entertain the club.
Recent GuesMn Salem Leaves
n. . it ry
r or me zouin
, Miss Edna Pohle left Thursday
evening for San 'Tranclaco after
spending several days in Salem
with her sister. Miss Alma Pohle
Mrs. W. M. Pennington Hos
tess at Attractive One O'clock
Mrs. W. M. Pennington was bos-
teas at an attractive one o'clock
luncheon Thursday afternoon in
her home on North 20th street,
having as her guests the members
of the Golden Hour club.
A bowl of daffodils centered the
luncheon table arranged in the
dining room. St. Patrick's day fa
vors marked covers for Mrs. Carle
E. Abrams. Mrs. J. Ray Pember
fn. Mrs. Albert A. Siewert, Mrs.
L. P. Springer, Mrs. Roy R. Hew
itt. Mrs. Herbert Winkler. Mrs.
- W. H. BreU, Mrs. Claude Van
Slyke, Mrs. Eric Butler. Mrs. Allen
J. Cleveland, Mrs. E. B. Millard,
-and the hostess, Mrs. Penning
ton. The afternoon was spent with
sewing and conversation.
Mrs. Albert A. Siewert will en
tertain the club in a fortnight.
Attend Daughters of the Nile
Meeting in Portland
Mrs. David Wright, Mrs. Bert
Flack. ,85 rs. Lloyd LeGarie. Mrs.
John JL Rottle, and Mrs. R. W.
Hans'Seitz motored to Portland
Wednesday evening to attend the
meeting of Nydia temple. Daugh
ters of the Nile. They were guests
at the luncheon served at the Ma
sonic temple at 12:00 o'clock.
Plans were discussed for the en
tertainment of the supreme queen
of the entire world, Mrs. Helen F.
Cramer of Buffalo, New York, who
will be In Portland on March 19.
Monthly Meeting of Ladies'
Aid Society of Mill Street
M. E. Church
The regular monthly meeting of
the Ladles' Aid society of the Mill
street Methodist church will be
held on Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Marie Stenstrom.
2U95 Trade street.
Return to Home in the East
After sliding a month In Sa
lem as the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Moses, Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Thomas left earlier in
the week for their home in Scran-;
ton. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Thomas is
Mr. Moses' sister.
Entertain in Honor of Recent
Salem Guest
Mrs. Carl E. Nelson entertained
one afternoon earlier in the week
with an informal luncheon in hon
or of Miss Beatrice Locke of Port
land, province supervisor of Gam
ma Phi Beta sorority. Alumnae
members of the Oregon chapter
were guests at the affair.
Double Show
Bert Lytell
Evelyn Brent
Women's Wares"
A Dandy Comedy Drama
-5 Vaudeville
Headed By
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Social Calendak
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Woman's club. C 1 u b-house.
North Cottage street. 2:30 o'clock.
Salem Nature club. Mr. W. A.
Eliot, president of Oregon society
speaker. Y. M. C. A. 8:00 o'clock.
Film at First Congregational
church. "Captain Salvation." 7:30
Woman's Alliance. Unitarian
church. Card party. Mrs. R. D.
McDonald, hostess.
Drama class. Mrs. W. E. Kirk.ij. l. Hendricks and the hostess.
Jlrector. Miss Edith Hazard, 64 0
South Summer street hostess
Standard Bearer Girls. First M.
E. church. Mrs. F. A. Legge, 1399
State street hostess. 7:30 o'clock.
R. N. A. Sewing club. Mrs. Sar
ah Nelson. 705 North 20th street
hostess. 2:00 o'clock.
Drama League class in charge
of Mrs. R. M. Gatke. Mrs. Karl O
Becke. 730 North Summer street
W. F. M. S. First M. E. church.
Mrs. E. T. Barnes, 325 North Cap
itol street hostess. Mrs. Norton of
Korea will be speaker. 2:30
Drama League class. Mrs. W. E.
Anderson, leader, 14 91 Court
Ladies of G. A. R. Sponsoring
silver tea. Mrs. S. E. Oliver. 334
South Winter street hostess. 2
5 o'clock.
Spring flowers decorated the
luncheon table. Covers were placed
for the honor guest. Miss Locke,
Mrs. Hollis Huntington. Mrs. Paul
Hendricks. Mrs. John H. Carson.
Mrs. Frank Spears, and the hostess
Mrs. Nelson.
Ladies of the G. A. R.
Sponsoring Silver Tea
The Ladies of the G. A. R. will
sponsor a silver tea Thursday aft
ernoon from two to five o'clock at
the home of Mrs. S. E. Oliver, 334
South Winter street..
- Members of all patriotic orders
and their friends are Invited to at
Drama League Will Sponsor
Interesting Program
The Salem Drama League will
sponsor an Interesting program
Monday evening at the Woman's
club-house on North Cottage
Professor H. C. Koehler of the
Willamette University faculty.
will give a talk on "Eugene
O'Neill." Miss Beatrice Walton will
tell of O'Neill's latest drama, "Lax
arus Lguhed." which has been
piaying in New lorn tor some
Miss Mary McKee will recite an
original poem, "The Unknown Sol
dier" accompanied by Miss Eu
genia Savage.
The general public is invited to
attend. There will be a small ad
mission charge of those who are
not league members.
Salem Boy Will Tour With
O. S. C. Cadet Band
Salem friends will be Interested
to know that Raymond Carl, a
freshman at Oregon State college.
Corvallls, will tour with the Ore
gon State college cadet band on
its trip through southern Oregon
and California. The itinerary In
cludes Roseburg, Grants Pass,
Medford. Ashland, Yreka. Fort
James. Weed. Dunsmulr. and
Klamath Falls.
Mr. Carl, who plays the oboe,
was manager of the Salem high
school band during his junior and
senior years.
Regular Meeting of Ladies'
Aid Society of W. R. C.
The regular meeting of the La
dies' Aid society of the Woman's
Relief Corps was held Thursday
afternon at the home of Mrs. Lou
iaa Koon.
The committee in charge of the
meeting included Ida Traglio, Mrs
LOwden. Mrs. Delia Clearwater.
Mrs. Mary Ackerman, Mrs. Myrtle
Collins, and Mrs. Rose Hagedorn.
The St. Patrick's day motif was
followed in the decorating.
- The guests answered roil call
with quotations.
Special guests were Mrs. Eaton,
Mrs. Olive Shafer. and Mrs. Ellis.
Standard Bearers Will Meet
Monday E vening
The Standard Bearer girls will
meet at seven-thirty o'clock Mon
day evening at the home ot Mrs.
F. A. Legge, 1399 State street.
"Korea" will be the subject of
the meeting.
Attend Opening of Portland
A number of Salem people mo
tored to Portland Thursday eve
ning to attend the opening of the
magnificent PortUad theater
which has Just been completed at
Broadway and. Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. McCallia
ter were guests of John C Charles
worth, president of the company,
at the opening performance.
' This theater, which will seat
4,000 persons, was built at a cost
of 31.500,000. One) of the most
appreciated features of this beau
tiful theater la the up-to-date ven
tilation system which has been in
stalled. The building has been con
structed, with' hanging; ceilings
which make possible charming
lighting effect which are other
wise impossible to secure. The
globes are placed in the hollows
and cast a subdued, restful, glow
upon patrons by reflecting ray up
on them Instead of projecting the
rays direct. This type- of celling has
been popular in Europe for some
time but is practically new to
The theater has a battery of
four Knabe- grand pianos, three
finished in mahogany and one, a
Louis XV, Ampico Knabe grand.
is finished in gold and ivory. This
is the largest piano Installation In
any theater in the country with
the single exception of the Metro
politan House In teew York.
Old-Fashioned Quilting Bee
at Oglesby Home
Mrs. C: M. Oglesby entertained
a group of her friends with an
old-fashioned quilting bee Tuesday
afternoon in her home at Hazel
and Highland avenues
In the group were Mrs. George
Wenderotb. Mrs. O. ' C. Ogleeby.
Mrs. Josephine Butts, Mrs. Wayne
Barham. Mrs. W. E. Cooer, Mrs.
Mrs. Oglesby.
Refreshment were served al
the close of an enjoyable after
Chemawa Students Will Pre
sent Program at Woman's
Club Meeting
Students from the Indian school
at Chemawa will present the pro
gram at the meeting of the Salem
Woman's club this afternoon In
the club-house on North Cottage
Ruthyn Turney will give a talk
on "Indian History and Art." Mu
steal numbers will be given by Re
no Booth, tenor; Raymond Hal-
dane, baritone; and John Dexter,
A number of Indian curios will
also be on display.
The program which will last
about an hour will begin at 3:15
o'clock. .
Brush College Helpers De
light fully Entertained
The Brush College Helpers were
delightfully entertained Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
wiuiam r. aiccall.
The living rooms of the McCall
home were attractively decorated
with daffodils, Irish flags, hats,
shamrocks, and other St. Patrick's
day novelties.
Mrs. Fred Ewing, president of
the club presided at the meeting
Mrs. McCarter was in charge of
the devotional.
As a feature of the program.
Mrs. McCall presented three of her
pupils In recital. Miss Irene Ol
son and Miss Irene Cutler played
piano numbers and sang several
songs, and Miss Marguerite Chrls-
tenson played a group of piano so
Additional guests for the after
noon were Mrs. Mary Crawford,
Mrs. H. E. Rice, Mrs. Irons, and
Mrs. Seon.
Members present were Mrs. J.
H. Oliver. Mrs. U. G. Lehman.
Mrs. John Schindler, Mrs. F. Ol
son, Mrs. V. Olson. Miss Irene Ol
son. Mrs. M. Fosch. Mrs. Frank,
Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Charles McCar
ter. Mrs. Corydon Blodgett, Mrs.
Arthur Utley. Mrs. Farshet. Mrs.
Ewing, and the hostess, Mrs. Me
Mrs. McCall invited the members
pi her Sunday school class as spe
cial guests at the tea hour. They
are Blllle Utley. Donald Ewing.
Rosa Krall. Irene Cutler, Eliza
beth Singer, Hazel Hatch. Ruth
Whitney. Dorothy McKlnley, Marie
Tansy, and Marguerite Christen
son. Mrs. Fred Ewing, Mrs. John
Schindler, and Mrs. Hatch assisted
Mrs. McCall in serving.
The occasion marked the birth
day anniversary of Mrs. John
Schindler. The musical program
was given In her honor and she
was presented with a lovely basket
of violets and fern.
Mrs. Genevieve Howard WxU
Have Leading Role in Port
land Production
Mrs. Genevieve Howard, sopra
no, of Sheridan, Oregon, has been
chosen to sing the role of Santuz
za in the opera, "Cavalleria Rus
tlcans" announced for presentation
In Portland in the near future by
she Bruce Knowlton Opera com
pany of that city.
She won. in a vocal competition
ft week ago and on Wednesday eve
ning won in the dramatic contest
which was held In Sherman Clay
and company's hall. Five entered
the final contest.
Mrs. Howard has studied voice
with Dr. R. W. Hans Seitz, and
was taught dramatic reading by
ner ratner, Mr. u. a. sevy, a
school teacher at Coquille.
The Judges Wednesday evening j
were: Miss Nina Greathouse.
teacher of dramatics In Portland
high schools, and Samuel E. James.
former member of the old Baker
stock company.
Social Afternoon Meeting of
Woman s Alliance
The Woman's Alliance of the
Unitarian church will be enter
tained Monday afternoon at the
home ot Mrs. R. D. McDonald
with a card party. Mrs. O. R. Llt
tlefleld will be assistant hostess.
All members of the Alliance and
their friends are invited to attend-
I wish to enter In the Fanchon Marco Talent Opportunity
Contest gives in cooperation with The Oregon Statesman and
the Elslnore Theater. I agree to accept the terms and condi
tion of the contract for the Fanchon A Marco Idea In which
I will appear If chosen winner of this contest la this city.: I
understand that the contract calls for a minimum of 12 weeks
booking over the West Coast circuit' at minimum of $50
week salary, plus transportation. I am enclosing my photo
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Rushing Towards the Bril
liant Finish of the Period
On Monday Night
Honor Roll Today
Beulab Wltzell
Mae Young
Thelma Haugen
Mrs. C. Hoogerhyde
Mrs. Georga-Tucker
Beulab Wltxell and Gladys
McDonald tie for first place in the
contest today.
The question now foremost in
everybody's mind is who will be
the winner of the Whippet coach
in The Statesman's auto contest
which closes next Monday at mid
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Pbot by Kennslt Ellii
Drulah WitzeU comes to the
front in The Statesman's ato con'
test todaj. She is one of Salem's
ambitions young ladles who
competing in the contest.
She started early in the game
and ha been a serious contender
all along the line.
She feel that if her friends will
give her their cooperation that
she can not only win the Whippet
coach on March 12, but also one
of the automobiles on March 20.
This young lady appeals to all
her friends to put forth their best
energy now, for now 1 when she
needs their help.
Photo by Kenn.ll E!li.
Gladys MacDonald, who is one
of the leaders tied for first place
In the contest today is well and
favorably known In Salem, hav
ing been for some time employed
with the Hart man Brothers jewel
ry store, and came into contact
with a considerable number of Sa
lem's business men during that
She is well liked and is striv
ing very hard to put her name at
the top of the list for both the
Whippet coach on March 12, and
the Oakland six on March 20.
She asks her friends for their
cooperation in sending in their
subscriptions and also extending
night. All candidates are asking
themselves. "Will I have enough
new subscriptions turned in when
the final count is made to put
me over the line as the winner
of the $687 coach."
Every hour is mighty impor
tant in the last few hours of the
Whippet coach contest; in fact,
after today there are only two
more days left and every single
minute is "vitally important to the
final success.
Not one candidate will admit
the possibility of defeat, for each
of these live wires is working
with might and main to be one of
the victors in the contest. No one
can deny that the race is a mighty
close one, and that Is the reason
the final hours are crowded with
intense excitement and rivalry of
the keenest kind.
These final hours are seeing
some hot battles waged, for it is
a case of now or never. Every can
didate realizes that what is in
tended to be done must be done
between now and midnight Mon
dayday and time Is slipping by
rapidly. . . -
Time Enough Yet
Today and Monday, OP until
midnight, la sufficient time to get
the winning subscriptions that
will cinch the Whlppst coach.
Remember that the long sub
scriptions are most valuable.
Make a thorough canvass of your
friends, see the people who gave
yon their subscription early in
the contest and get them to ex
tend their subscriptions to one,
two three or more years. A lew
long term subscriptions may prove
to be Just the ones you need to
make you one of the big winners.
The contest editor's final vote
count will appear in The States
man Tuesday. March IS. After
that the ballot box will be locked
and sealed to be broken by the
judges on Tuesday, March 20.
This list will stand as it is Tues
day until the . final count is start
ed by the Judges after midnight.
Tuesday. March 20. If you have
any 'kick about the count after it
appears Tuesday, be sure to do it
before Friday noon, March 16, or
forever hold your peace.
Check over your votes and com
pare them with the totals in the
paper on that date, and if you
think that there is any mistake
any place come in and the contest
editor will be glad to patiently ex
plain away all misunderstandings'
if there are any.
Make every minute count, be
cause it is entirely possible that
with the tremendous effort being
made by the candidates, the valu
able Whippet coach will be won
or lost by a few pennies.
Do your best and leave no stone
unturned that will help to put
you in the winning class on oMn
day night.
Ralph Eyre is working bard
and is receiving some cooperation
from his friends, and while he is
only a little fellow we believe that
he has enough speed In him to
make the best of them go to beat
him. He has won prizes before.
and we believe that he can do it
Nina Williams Is stepping on
the gas every day and Is making
a wonderful race.
A delegation of thirty or more
DeMblays from Sunnyslde chapter
of Portland will arrive in Salem
this afternoon. These young men
are here to exemplify the ritual of
their order before Chemeketa
chapter, the local body of the Or
der of DeMolay. The meeting.
which will be held in the Masonic
Temple tonight, is open to all
Master Masons, who are cordially
invited to attend.
The Order of DeMolay is not a
junior Masonic body, although it
is formed of Masons' sons and
their friends. It was formed about
seven years ago as a small club.
and has grown in that short time
to an organization of over three
hundred thousand members. Sun
nyslde chapter Is the oldest chap
ter in Oregon, having been found
ed in 1921. Since that time it
has held an enviable position in
state DeMolay activity.
Among the Sunnyslde members
making the trip are the following
officers: Floyd Day, master coun
cillor; Edward Snipes, senior
councillor; George Armstrong.
junior councillor; John Hall. John
McCulloch, Glenn Rader. Uri Em
body, Perry Cole, Robert Hazer.
Lyle Foster. Monte Davis and
Robert Cunningham.
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The Oakleigh Stock Farms, Inc.,
with headquarters in Medford and
capital stock of $100,000, has
been incorporated by Thomas Har
rison. F. Wilkinson, T. H. Gilbert,
et al.
Other articles filed in the state
corporation department follow:
Capital Realty company. Salem,
13000; Carl Mason, Claud C. Wil
son and Thomas' Bliss.
Sterling Diversified Shares. Inc.,
Portland. $1000; O. C. Leiter, H.
B. Leiter and J. E. Smith.
Portland Metal Specialties, Inc.,
Portland. $10,000; W. W. Wood.
Karl Drlica, Margaret Drlica and
Deborah Wood.
Matinee 10ct 15c -
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Fanchon and Marco
Present Unique Idea Sun
day and Monday
It is reasonable to assume as
some lawyers love to put it that
you have heard of "The Two Black
Well, you're fooled. This yarn
has nothing to do with them; In
fact it goes back some dozen years
when "The Two Comic Blackbirds"
began drawing guffaws from those
who listened to their line of ban
This is a poor news story. Any
professor who heads the depart
ment of journalism in any given
school will tell you whether you
ask him or not that all of the
"meat" of the story should be told
in the first paragraph.
Nevertheless. though you re
somewhat delayed, let It here be
known that Fanchon and Marco
are featuring, among other acts,
"The Two Comic Comedians" when
their bill is offered to the hund
reds who patronize the Elsinore
Sunday and Monday.
The two nationally-known com
edians have come from Broadway
to visit, for the first time, the
Pacific coast. Critics In all the
larger cities have praised them as
comedians of the higher order.
Right here and now it might be
well to name the headliners: one
of them answers when mu soy,
"How do you do? Mr. Moss," and
the other, just as funny, gives his
name as Frye.
To V. E. Mclntyre, manager of
the Elsinore, Mr. Moss took time
off to address a commique.
In part he explained that, "most
people believe that to get mater
ial for a comedy act, you search
the comic publications. But the
kind of humor which is found in
monthly or weekly publications is
not the kind that lasts.
"Jokes that are good one week
are stale the very next."
Therefore, it is obvious to every
one that Messrs. Moss and Frye
get their respective black faces and
heads together frequently that
their act shall not fail to please.
Among the others to be featured
at the Elsinore this week end are
Fink and Ayres, roller skating
team, and Leo Lee, "the vagabond
tenor, to say nothing of the other
"No, they ain't," said one Salem
"But they are!" declared an
"They wouldn't 'play' the coast
said the first. '
"Nevertheless, they're goin" to
this week-end and the Elsinore
management promises to back up
its statement."
They are.
The two Original Comic Black
birds, whose act had its inception
12 years ago, are coming this week
end under an Elsinore banner to
take laughs away from Salem.
They are booked under Fanchon
and Marco and will be headliners
of headliners.
It might surprise the average
patron to learn that they are at
present seeking $50,000 from a
film company which proposes. It
is alleged, to "shoot" a photoplay
titled under one of the Black
Chickens' oldest gags. "How Far
Is Up?" They also ask that an in
junction preventing the showing
of the film be granted.
Moss and Frey are the two sad
ly serious comedians Involved In
the suit. Known from coast to
coast, they never have yet played
the Pacific circuit.
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Everywhere, critics havw ap
praised their work as a little mors
than excellent.
Although Moss and Frye head
the bill, the other acts are. critics
declare, uncommonly excellent.
George B. Outhrie, owner of the
Elsinore. has repeatedly said he
was gratified that he might show
such a bill.
And those who know Mr. Gut I
rie realize that he seldom If ever
says anything he doesn't mean.
It was announced quietly last
night that there would be another
feature which would be "some
thing to write home about."
"Charm" By John Kirkpat-
rick, To Be Presented
May 4 at Auditorium
Selection of the cast for
"Charm." play to be presented by
the senior class of the Salem high
school at the auditorium Friday,
May4, was completed late yester
day afternoon. Miss Lelia John
son, mathematics instructor at the
senior high, will direct the pro
duction. Marvin Headrick is
"Charm." by John Kirkpatrick.
is the old story of a small town
girl who longs to go to New York
and do the big things she believes
can only be accomplished there.
It is about this girl, Ida May Har
per, that the lively action In
"Charm" revolves. Scene of the
play Is laid in a New England
country town.
The feminine lead will be play
ed by Ethel DeLapp in the role of
Ida May; and Jack Chapman was
selected to interpret Joe Pond, the
hero. The 12 other seniors com
pleting the cast are: Bertha Bab
cock as Mrs. Wilson; Ruth Nel
ger, Mrs. Harper; Howard Hill
will act the part of Mr. Lester;
Lee Coe has been assigned the
lines of Cleln; Frank Dolby will
be the Doc Garfield of "Charm";
Robert Boa I was given the part
of Mr. Paxton; Harriet Adams
was successful in trying out for
Miss Mildred; Gertrude Oehler
will be Mrs. Paxton; Thelma La
Duke has been cast as Babe, Alida
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Cast for the senior play has
been announced earlier than usual
that their pictures might be used
In the Clarion annual. Practice
will not begin until April 2.
Proceeds of the play will go to
help defray graduating expenses
and for the customary remem
brance left the high school.
Rejuvenation of Orchards
Method Told By SchustrG
Professor O. E. Schuster of Ore-
gon State college, who spoke be
fore the Salem Realty - board
Thursday noon, declared that re
juvenation of old orchards Is pos
sible with proper soli conditions
and fertilizers. This has beeu v
proven by tests conducted at theXf
Ctrturnn Statn OTnorlmcnt Station. A
These tests are not complete but 31
are far enough under way io prom
the possibility. He declared that
a minimum depth of four feet of
soil was required for successful
Requirements for successful
fruit growing sre four-fold he con
tinued, oil depth, water tabl
level, clas's of soli and fertility are
all necessray. It is very import
ant that real estate men know tlm
soils in their districts if they ex
pected to put the buyer on tla
proper type of soil adapaed for
their Individual purposes.
A complete soli survey map of
this county is being made by th.
government and he urged that
each real estate man secure ono a
soon as possible.
COLLEGE. Corvallls, March 9.
(Special.) Eloise Wright of Sa
lem, freshman in horns econom
ics, gave a reading at the St. Pat
rick's program given under lh" l "
auspices of the Blu Tri. Y. W.
A. club. The presentation pic
tured a gathering of Irish folk at
a picnic in honor of -St. Patrick, g,
Irish songs, readings, music and
clog and folk dances made up th
program which was given entirely
by freshman women. Mi.n
Wright's selection was "Who Is St.
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DETROIT. March 9. (AP
George (Kid) Lavigne, 68, former
lightweight boxing champion, died
at his home here tonight follow
ing a brief illness.
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f2.75 ; next 8 rows 92.20.
Baleaay: first 2 rows 92.20; '
aext 8 rows $1.65; next 7
row $1.10. Meazanine 02. 75 rZ
and 92J20.
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