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ANSWERS TO Modest Maidens
QUESTIONS
Early Statesman
HORIZONTAL
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Pictured
1
Am'erican
statesman
[12 Mountain
, •- nymph
' '14 Chide
15 Poinsettias—
named after
him
'16 Nothing
17 Anchored
VERTICAL
1 Man's name
2 Prayer
3 Place for
catching
lampreys.
4 L.usical note
5 MalaysiSn
canoe
6 Boat paddles
7 Followers
8 Boy's
nickname
9
19 Aeriform fuel Young eagle
10
Character20 Bewildered
istics
22 Bulk
11 Trials
23 Dismounted 13 Decimeter
.(ab.)
24 Classify
18 My stic
25 Wagers
syllable
26 Pheasant
broods
28 Soaks flax
.29 Behold!
30 Near
31 Twirl
33 Stupefy
By Jay Alan
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Q. What was the special title
given to Theodore Roosevelt by
the Boy Scouts? N. R. L.
A. Because of his ardent support of the Boy Scouts of America, Roosevelt was given the title
Chief Scout Citizen. It was
abolished at his death.
37 Individuals
3D Bellow
40 Crustacean
44 Get up
45 Blackbird of
cuckoo family
46Navigated
48 Size of shot
. (Pi.)
49 Footlike part
By Diek Turner
(Written (or NBA Service.)
The mixed team-of-four event
of the Eastern States regional
championships had two winners.
The team of Mrs. Augusta Cantor, Fred Hirsch, Mrs. Gertrude
Jobes and Herman Goldberg, all
of New York City, won the
trophy. The children's cancer
unit at Memorial Hospital in
New York City also were winners because net proceeds went
to aid the fight against cancer
in children.
Mrs., Cantor and Mrs. Jobes
are sisters. It was particularly
satisfying to Hirsch and Goldberg to win because only a short
t'me before they were leading in
the finals of ttfe Vanderbilt Cup
tournament, only to lose out on
the last 14 boards.
In the Eastern States mixed
team contest the defenders had
22% matches out of 28 at the
Q. How many Negro hospitals
are there? L. W.
A. There are 126 hospitals In
the United States approved by
the American Medical Association as of May 1, 1946, which
cater exclusively to Negroes.
Q. How long has the word
rubber been used? A. McC.
A. .Rubber was named by Joseph Priestley, the famous English chemist. In 1770 a friend in
America sent him a ball of
crude rubber. Discovering that it
would erase pencil marks, he
broke of! small pieces and called
them rubbers.
36 Apple center
ON BRIDGE Carnival
Q. How many of the Britishbases, the so-called "lend-lease"
»KQ
bases, are still occupied by U. S
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naval forces? A. A.
"She uses the touch system all right—she just touched me
AKQ2
A. The Department of the
for ten dollarsi"
•
50 Poker stake
Navy lists the following: N. A.
AS432
51 Staggers
S., Argentia; N. O. B., Argentia;
V872
53 Hermits
• 10
N. A. S., Trinidad; N. O. B., •
84 Notion
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Trinidad; N. A. S., Bermuda.
3
Q. What is the population of
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By
ALBERT
EDWARD
WIGGAM.
D.
Sc.
the smallest Congressional disVA9S3
trict? C. H. S.
• A96
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
A. The smallest Congressional
*AI8
district
in
the
country
is
the
Tournament—^E-W vul.
IF THERE were a little less I HAVE committed many blun- State of Nevada with a popuemergency talk and a little
South West
North East
ders during (the past) 10
of 110,247 in 1940. It
more activity on the part of years, but the worst was my lation
1*
Pass
2•
Pass
Congress to meet the interna- tolerance toward the Commu- elects one Congressman.
Pass
6N.T, Pass
tional problem we would be able nists. ... We will not repeat this
Opening—A J
f
Q. How long has the mechanito meet it.
mistake.
cal cotton picker been in actual
—President Truman. —Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. use? M. H. C.
end of the first session, a record
A. The mechanical cotton pick*
*
80 per cent game. But the new
THE Russians have no necessity UNIVERSAL military training er was in limited production in
champions came back in the sec1944. This machine picks in a
to expand their borders, nor
ond session to win 21>/4 matches
not. give us the right day about as much cotton as
will they for many decades to kindwould
against the defenders' 15.
of an army; it would give could be harvested by 40 to 50
come, except as external threats us a false
Today's hand was selected
sense of security.
average hand pickers.
and pressures compel them to
from the mixed team event. It
—Sen.
Elbert
D.
Thomas
(D.seek military security.
js one on which the bidding
Utah.).
Q. How many animals are
—Henry A. Wallace.
varied a great deal. Most South
* *
* *
known to have become extinct?
players opened with one club
ATOMIS
war
is
not
the
most
J.
E.
N.
At
some tables North responded
HOW can we expect to win over
serious
threat
to
the
continA. Since the beginning of the
1. PROMINENT VWOTER •»«•
with only one diamond. Howthe long run if we are conChristian
era,
about
100
species
'MEN
ARK
ON
TO
THE
ACTS
ever, I believe that North's cortent to spend only one-fourth as
AND WiLl-S THAT WOMEN 'rect response is two diamonds
much of our national income on self-destruetion through reckless and subspecies of mammals
TO WIN THEM."
have
become
extinct
and
600
even
though he does not have
educating our children as the misuse of the land that destroys
»»» U. i fa. Oft<« O > »<». *r JOHN t. fiiuf ca
others are disappearing. More
first-round control in two suits.
Russians s
auu!
his
very
means
of
subsistence.
than tu
60 per
per cent of the
the losses Answer to Question No. 1
—Sen. J. 1
agreeable voice, dressed care- He knows his partner must have
en. _ _ n r K , - ,•?in i
>«'«?ice- man
<p., -^. Fmr/ieZd Osborn, president, have taken place In the last 100 Mostly false. I knew a woman Iessly m& had about everything three aces to open,
Ark.).
New York Zoological Society, years.
u. u.j . h; h pitched dis. unattractive to men. But she de- XTS(I!?,e Plavers might consider
termined she would win a hus- North's Jump to six no trump a
REG'LAR FELLERS
_
,.
band—perfectly praiseworthy. plunge in the dark, others would
D
By oene Byrnes She studied dress, hair-do, make- say he misses a chance to get to
up,- voice culture, found what seven. However, with his jump
men like to talk about and got to two diamonds and then to six
VA
a perfectly good husband^and no trump I am sure that if
I TOSSED
fOO. NOT LETTIfi'
HI*)
FOR
IT,
DION*
I?
deserved him. But what man South held four aces he would
L'lL COUSIN HAVE WHADDAYA
SEE. WHIZ, WHAT
would have ever got on to what take the contract to seven
HIM AU-f?|6HT
THAT LAST HUNKMEAN?
MORE.
COULD.
BUT YA
she was doing?
East could not be criticized for
OF CAKE:
YA ASK?
not opening the ace of spades.
Answer to question No. 2
The
natural opening was the
No. But your best bet would
be to pick a tall, dark man with spade jack. Declarer then spread
deep and wide chest and a big the hand for seven.
head. Scientist Ales Hrdlicka
measured 150 leading scientists
GREEN RAIN . . . "
and found them remarkably alike
in these respects. These traits DAYTON, OHIO, is still puzzling
may also indicate a future prize .. °ver a recent green rain
fighter or football star. It mere- that fell on the city. It could be
ly shows men of fame usually that someone primed a cloud
have strong bodies and great with dry ice pellets before it
physical vigor.
was ripe.—Oakland Tribune.
Answer to Question No. 3
Certainly, the way things are
going'now. As we have raised
the standards of living, the peoAs listings hcit are supplied by radio stations,
ple with brains enough to reach
those standards have almost
responsibility lor inaccuroces rests solely on them.
ceased having children. Skilled
laborers, doctors, lawyers, educators, engineers and business
T O I> A Y A N D T O N I G H T
men—every skilled group except
P
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A
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clergymen are dying out. So if
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Let's Explore Your Mind
"This Js the last time I'm going to warn you, Pet—stop
leaving the car parted in gearl"
SENATOR SOAPER SAYS:
Just as the popular front goes Hank Wallace dislikes the
into a decline in Rome, our Mae American press, but we don't
West in London opens in a solid see why. It never misquotes
hit.
him, if only because he does it
so much better.
For the new trouble-shooter,
Ambassador at Large Harriman,
Details of the latest atomic
the possibilities would seem end- bomb explosion in the Pacific
less. Standing anywhere, at this, are a deep secret, which seems
time, one can shoot in any direc- to set an entirely new high for
tion and hit trouble.
hushing up a report.
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her decides to sell
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TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1948
McKENNEY
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