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No. of

mixers.




April 24


Cu. Yds.
2.222
2,316
2,290
1,802
1,928
1,980


36:12
37:34
38:22
t34:50
137:51
36:38


6
6
6
6
6
6


Cu. Yds.
496
574
542
326
520
682
491


7:40
8:40
7:40
3:10
10:00
10:00


2
2
2
2
2
2


Cu. Yds.
161}
239}
127
159}
93}
130}


Cu. Yds.
2,879}
3,129}
2,959
2,287}
2,541}
2,792}
491


April 25


April 26


April 27


April 28


April 29




















Total


12,538


221:27


6


3.631


47:10


2


912


17,081
1,286,702}


























1.303,783}



*The 491 yards shown for the portable mixers are reinforced concrete, and were placed on the following days:
April 24th, 89} yards; April 25th, 74} yards; April 26th. 62} yards; April 27th, 76} yards; April 28th, 96} yards;
April 29th. 91} yards.

tApril 27 — Delay of one hour and five minutes on the automatic railroad caused by a derailed car. Delay of one
hour on the automatic road, caused by broken trolley in mixer building.

JApril 28 — Cableway tower No. 2 idle from 8 a. m. on the 28th, to 2 p. m. on the 29th, account replacing main
cable. Tower No. 1 derailed from 12 noon of the 28th to 7.30 a. m. on the 29th.

PEDRO MIGUEL LOCKS.

Concrete work in the locks at Pedro Miguel is about 76 percent completed, 635,875 cubic
yards, out of a total of 837,400, having been placed at the close of work on April 29. The
record for each of the six 8-hour working days of last week, follows:





Construction Plant.


Auxiliary Plant.


Large
stone.




Date.


2-Cubic yard mixers


2-cubic yard mixers.


}-cubic yard mixer.


Total.




Concrete ' Hours
placed, worked.


No. of
mixers


Concrete
placed.


Hours
worked.


No. of
mixers


Concrete
Placed.


Hours
worked


No. of
mixers




April 24 . .
April 25. .
April 26. .
April 27. .
April 28. .
April 29. .


Cu. Yds.
698
560
620
484
690
692


12:00
10:00
12:00
10:00
12:00
12:00


2
2
2

2
2
2


r„. Yds.
708
604
680
574
402
474


15:00
12:50
14:50
12:50
9:50
11:00


2
2
2
2
2
2


Cu. Yds.
127
156
189
139
119

so


11:00
13:00
13:75
11:75
8:25
3:50


2
2
2
2

1


Cu. Yds.


Cu. Yds.
1,533
1,320
1,489
1,197
1,211
1,216


Total
Previously


3,744


68:00


2


3,442


75:00


2


780


61:25


1.67


4,187


7,966
627,909
























Grand


4,187


635,875



MIRAFLORES LOCKS.

Over 15 per cent of the concrete for the system of two twin locks at Miraflores was in place
on April 29, the total amount on that date being 213,949 cubic yards, out of a total of approxi-
mately 1,362,000. The record for each of the six 8-hour working days of last week, follows:







Auxiliary Plant.




Date.


2-cubic yard mixers.


2-cubic yard mixers.


}-cubic yard mixer.


Total.




Concrete
placed.


Hours
worked.


No. of
mixers


Concrete Hours
placed, worked.


No. of
mixers


Concrete
placed.


Hours No. of Large
worked. I mixersi stone.




April 24 . .
April 25 . .
April 26. .
April 27. .
April 28 . .
April 29. .


Cu. Yds.
878
796
1.014
1,114
954
990


21:67
22:75
18:92
20:83
19:67
25:00


4
4
4
4
4
4


Cu. Yds.
244
208
228
172
280
224


5:00
4:00
5:00
3:00
6:00
5.00


2
2
2
2
2
2


Cu. Yds.
699
711
644
658
569
418
*205


45:50
43:50
37:00
36:50
35:50
20:50
27:84


6
6
5
5
6
3
.67


Cu. Yds.


Cu. Yds.
1,882
1,762
1,928
1,999
1,803
1,632




















Total
Previously-


5,746


128:84


4


1.356


28:00


2


3.904


246:34


5.28


3,693


11.006
202,943
























Grand


3,693


213,949



This 205 yards was mixed by a }-yard mixer, the amounts for each day being: April 24th, 61 yards: April 2Sth,
47 yards-, April 26th, 42 yards; April 27th. 55.yards.



May 3, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



283



SOCIAL LIFE OF THE ZONE.



Women's Clubs.

There will be a meeting of the executive
board of the Canal Zone Federation of
Women's Clubs in Cristobal on Monday
afternoon, May 8. The executive board is
composed of the eight officers of the Federa-
tion and the presidents of the several clubs.

The annual meeting of the Cristobal
Woman's Club was held at the Commission
clubhouse on Wednesday, April 26. The
season opened on September 28 with a re-
ception, and there have been 20 general
meetings with programs, seven meetings of
the executive board, and seven business meet-
ings. The four departments have been active ;
the educational, philanthropy, and home
departments each has provided two pro-
grams for the general meetings, and the meet-
ings of the art and literature department,
with programs following out a study of French
art and history, have been open to the club
members and well attended. The member-
bership of 60 with which the year began, has
been maintained. The Cecelian chorus or-
ganized in 1908, continues one of the features
of the club. The officers elected for the coming
year are, as follows: President, Mrs. Carl H.
Elliott; first vice-president, Mrs. Thomas E.
Brown, Jr.; second vice-president, Mrs. E.
H. Colip; recording secretary, Mrs. R. W.
Culbertson; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Charles M. Butters; treasurer, Mrs. Fred
Guderian. A meeting of the executive
board will be held on Wednesday, May 3, at
which time the newly elected president will
appoint the chairmen of the house and social
committees, and the work for the coming
year will be outlined. The club will resume
meetings in September.

On Thursday, April 20, the Gatun Woman's
Club held a farewell reception in honor of
Mrs. A. P. McCulIoch, who has been an active
member of the club since its organization.
Mrs. McCulIoch has left for her home in the
States.

The Paraiso Woman's Club will hold two
meetings in May, after which the meetings
will be discontinued until September. On
May 24, the club will entertain the members
of the Empire Woman's Club. There will be
an exhibition of the Federation pictures and
a program consisting of a paper on art, and
musical numbers. Each member of the club
is entitled to invite one guest.

A dance will be held by the Knights of
Pythias in the Culebra clubhouse on Saturday
evening, May 13, when the members of the
Odd Fellows lodge, the Red Men, and their
auxiliary order, the Daughters of Pocahontas,
will be the guests.

The Mechanics Club of Empire will hold a
banquet and dance at the Kangaroo hall on
Saturday evening, May 6.

On Sunday, April 22, a meeting in honor of
the ninety-second anniversary of the founding
of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows was
held at the Cristobal clubhouse. The program
consisted of songs and speeches. There are
five lodges in the Canal Zone, and one of the
auxiliary order, the Daughters of Rebekah.

New Clubhouse for University Club.

The University Club of Panama, a majority
of whose members are Canal or railroad em-
ployes, has purchased a lot about 60 by
100 feet, near the old fort on the sea wall
in Panama, and will erect thereon a three-
story, masonry clubhouse. Tentative plans



provide for a building with an open third
story or roof garden, rooms on the second
floor, which can be made into one large room
for dancing; and for kitchen and bowling
alley on the ground floor.



NEW STEAM SHOVEL TRIP.



Observance of Memorial Day.

Empire, C. Z., April 22, 1911.

To all ex-service men of the Army, Navy,
Marine Corps, or Revenue Cutter Service of
the United States, now on the Canal Zone.

Dear Comrades : As has been our custom
since 1908, orders have been issued from these
headquarters, to observe with fittingceremony,
the day set aside for the purpose of paying
tribute to our soldier dead, viz., Decoration
Day, May 30.

In this we ask the cooperation of all ex-
soldier organizations upon the Canal Zone,
and especially do we invite all ex-service men
who are not already connected with any
organization of the kind.

We also invite any and all civic organiza-
tions to participate with us in this, what we
hold to be a sacred duty, incumbent upon us.

It is therefore hereby earnestly requested
that each organization designate at least one
representative to confer with the undersigned,
either by letter or 'phone, in order that the
special details be arranged with satisfaction
to all.

To observe this day with fitting service is
not only our duty, but it will be an object
lesson for good results among our associates
of other nations, owing to the peculiar cir-
cumstances surrounding us.

It is hoped that the public schools of the
Zone may join us in whatever manner is
consistent with the management and sur-
roundings.

Sincerely and fraternally yours,
E. W. Bucklin.

Department Commander Canal Zone, Army
and Navy Union of the United States of
A merica.

George Washington Memorial Association.

The George Washington Memorial Asso-
ciation has been organized for the purpose
of erecting in Washington a building suitable
for holding conventions, and with institu-
tional features such as will promote the study
of science and the arts. This building will
cost about two million dollars, and it is pro-
posed to raise this amount, and an endowment
fund of five hundred thousand dollars, by
public subscription. Literature on the sub-
ject, and pins, may be obtained at the Com-
mission clubhouses.



Baseball Premiums.

The pennant for the club winning the
greatest number of games in the Panama
Canal Baseball League series, which came to
an end with the benefit game played at Cris-
tobal on April 2, will be awarded to the
Commissary-Subsistence team. In addition,
a prize in the form of a gold watch fob,
presented by a firm of undergarment manu-
facturers in the United States, will be given
to each member of the winning team. The
Atlantic club has been awarded second place,
and each member of that team will receive
a bronze watch chain fob from the same firm.



Fancy Dress Ball.

The Catholic Club, in connection with St.
Ferdinand's Church, Empire, held a fancy
dress ball at Kangaroo hall on Saturday
evening, April 29.



Invention of Steam Shovel Engineer Stands Prac-
tical Test.

A steam shovel dipper trip devised by
steam shovel engineer A. H. Geddes of the
Central Division has been recommended for
use on 40 dippers of the 95-ton steam shovels.
The present trip, or latch, by which the
bottom of a steam shovel dipper is opened,
to permit material to fall through, is operated
by a rope in the hand of the steam shovel
craneman, and under conditions frequently
met, the force required is extreme. The device
invented by Mr. Geddes consists of a steam
cylinder the piston of which opens the latch
on the door of the dipper through levers.
Steam is admitted and exhausted from the
cylinder through a three-way valve located on
the boom beside the craneman's seat. A
steam pipe extends from the valve along the
boom opposite the dipper stick slot, and at
the end of the pipe and on the cylinder are
universal joints connected with a flexible
hose.

At the request of the inventor, his device
was given a trial on steam shovel No. 216 at
work in Culebra Cut. The test was begun on
January 18 and ended on March 31, and in
this period the shovel excavated an average of
1,418 cubic yards a day. In the 60 working
days from October 30, 1910, to January 12,
1911, this same steam shovel, working under
practically the same conditions, using the
old style trip, excavated an average of 939
cubic yards a day. Six other shovels, working
under practically the same conditions, using
the old style trip, during the period of the
test excavated an average of 1,222 cubic
yards a day.

The committee which considered the merits
of the device consisted of Major T. C. Dick-
son, Inspector of Shops; W. H. Bates, Super-
intendent of Steam Shovel Repairs, and
Lewis Webster, steam shovel engineer. In its
report this committee says:

While the effect of the device upon the amount
excavated is based upon the operation of a single
shovel, the above data indicate in the opinion of the
committee, that the device increases the output by
at least 100 cubic yards per working day. Taking the
cost of the excavation at 67 cents a cubic yard, the
value of the device would be S67 per day.

It is estimated that the device can be made and
applied in quantity for about S125 per shovel.

Although the night repair crew made minor repairs
on the device on 10 different occasions, it was not in-
jured by dobeying. The engineer and craneman claim
that repairs required by the device have caused no
greater delays during working hours than the rope
trip. Account was not kept of the actual cost of
repairs made to the device, and the committee is of the
opinion that the cost of repairs and maintenance of the
device will appreciably exceed the corresponding costs
with the rope trip, but that the cost of original installa-
tion and the cost of running repairs will be small in
comparison with the value of the increased output,
as estimated above.

The committee is of the opinion that the
general principles and features of the device
will result in an increase in output and will
prove economical, and recommends its adop-
tion and installation on all dipper sticks of
95-ton shovels on which four and five-yard
dippers are used. It recommends also that
the cylinder and piston which were used in
the experimental device, and were taken from
available material, be redesigned. Mean-
while, a thrust cylinder, now in stock, will be
tested, and. if it proves satisfactory, will prob-
ably be used. If it does not prove satis-
factory a cylinder and piston will be designed
especially for the purpose.



284



THE CANA'L RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 36.



CANAL MEDAL SERVICE BARS.



The following list contains the names of employes of the Isthmian Canal Commission, who completed six or four years' continuous
service on the Isthmus, between January 1 and December 31, 1910, and for that reason are entitled to receive a medal bar. The list is
now published in order that it may be carefully checked by those interested. Any omissions, errors in the spelling of names or in the
dates from which bars become due, should be reported to the Office of the Chairman at Culebra, for correction. The list will be continued
in the issue of May 10, 1911.



Name. Bar due.

1910.

Russell. William G Jan. 1

Thompson. Charles G. . .Jan. 1

Andrews. Isaac H Jan. 6

Huff, Fred L Jan. 6

MacNair. Athol C Jan. 6

Small. William H Jan. 7

Corliss. Edwin M Jan. 13

Gallagher, Harry J Jan. 13

Heinrich, Amandus. . . .Jan. 13

Howard, Robert C Jan. 13

McCauley, Daniel J Jan. 13

McCormack, William TJan. 13

Tannehill, John W Jan. 13

Jones Christopher G. . .Jan. IS

Woodside, James Jan. 16

Mohrmann, Harry Jan. 17

Clark. Orrin M Jan. 18

Holleman. Marshall S. .Jan. 19

Albin, Walter Jan. 20

Jerry. Edward N Jan. 20

Johnson, Nelson R Jan. 20

Rabbitt. David F Jan. 20

Surles. Jesse C Jan. 20

Canfield. Herman Jan. 22

Herz, Simon Jan. 22

Surles, Clarence C Jan. 22

McGuigan. Joseph J . . .Jan. 23
Hammond, Robert S. . .Jan. 24
Luedtke, Charles L. . . .Jan. 25
Galliher. Edward L. . . .Jan. 26

Gruver. Fleetwood Jan. 26

Wheeler. Charles P. . . .Jan. 26
Mannoni, Lawrence. . . Jan. 29
McAllister. Frank I. . . .Jan. 29

Rose. Charles Jan. 29

Akers. Ralph P Feb. 1

Harris. Charles H Feb. 1

Kimberly. William T . . . Feb. 1

Stevens. George H Feb. 1

Wiggins, Charles Feb. 4

Leftwich. Robert B Feb. 5

McCullough. Archie. . . .Feb. 5

Vandeburgh. C. L Feb. 5

Whitehead, Wilbur W. . .Feb. 5

Walker. Lewin W Feb. 8

Boyle, Edward M Feb. 9

Fisher, Allen D Feb. 9

Mayrs, James A Feb. 9

Pennell. George B Feb. 9

Poole. Bernell C Feb. 9

Roessner, William E. . . .Feb. 9

Wahlquist. Oscar Feb. 9

Wood, Benjamin F. .Feb. 10

Anger, George F Feb. 11

Carpprow, James M . . .Feb. 12

Grant. James Feb. 12

Bourcy, S. L Feb. 13

Phillips. Charles E Feb. 14

Brown. Peter B Feb. IS

Daly. Charles C Feb. 15

Kunce, Oren H Feb. 15

Thompson, Thomas CFeb. 15
Hayden, Charles W. . . . Feb. 21
Kuller, Benjamin F. . . .Feb. 21

O'Leary. Joseph Feb. 2 1

Stoddard, Charles Feb. 21

Waters, Albert V Feb. 21

Allvn. JohnC Feb. 22

Bentley, Enoch A Feb. 22

Farrell, Fred F Feb. 22

Ferguson, Robert N. . .Feb. 22

Gould, Marcus L Feb. 22

Kenney. Daniel Feb. 22

Morrison. William F. . .Feb. 22

Smith. Walter B Feb. 22

Steward. William S Feb. 22

Stubner, Charles E. . . .Feb. 22

Smith. Peter Feb. 24

Barton. Robert C Feb. 26

Cook. Charles I! Feb. 26

Hull. William G Feb. 26

King. Milton P Feb. 26

Taylor. Owen T Feb. 26

Owry, Elzer M Feb. 27

Alexander, Burchard B.Feb. 28

O'Connor, Charles Mar. 1

Taber, John A Mar. 2

White, Frank D Mar. 5



Name. Bar dite.

Childs, William W Mar. 6

Harrison, T. William . . .Mar. 6

LaRock. Herbert Mar. 6

Hanson. Henry C Mar. 8

Grier, Samuel, Jr Mar. 10

Webster, Willis A Mar. 10

McKenna. Roy M . . . .Mar. 12
Dohrmann. Henry W..Mar. 17
Fechtig. Alexander C. .Mar. 17

Gilmore, John E Mar. 17

Kennedy, Edward J. . .Mar. 17
Shaughnessy, J. And'w.Mar. 17

Viberg, George L Mar. 17

Lamster, Edward J Mar. 20

Biggie, Harry E Mar. 22

Burton, Stephen F . . . . Mar. 22
Freedman, Sam D . . . . Mar. 22

Hofman, Otto W Mar. 22

Hornor, Benjamin F...Mar. 22

Murray, John J Mar. 22

Tweed. Homer N Mar. 22

Kimball. Melvin J Mar. 23

Clardy, A. Basil Mar. 24

Gardiner. Ralph Mar. 24

Gibson. William C Mar. 26

Hurley, Walter W Mar. 26

McDonald, Patrick J. . Mar. 26

Brady, Clyde Mar. 31

Clark, Edward B Mar. 31

Speary, Anna Mar. 31

Taylor, William Mar. 31

Mantooth, A Apr. 1

Mealer, William O Apr. 1

Brown, Perry - F Apr. 3

Tate, Dexter Apr. 3

Reeder, Dennis F Apr. 8

Hertz. Gustav C Apr. 9

Dew. Harvey C Apr. 10

Martin, William M. . . .Apr. 10
McLean, Andrew L. . . .Apr. 10

Nolan, Michael C Apr. 10

Peterson, William B. . .Apr. 10

Lewis, Fitz J Apr. 1 1

Hart. Henry A Apr. 12

Blake, Arthur O Apr. 16

Fernstrom, Thomas O. .Apr. 17
Watson, George W. . . .Apr. 18
Feurtado, Joseph P. . .Apr. 20

Albrecht. John E Apr. 21

Carrigan. Thomas Apr. 21

Mahoney, Patrick J... .Apr. 21

Reed. Edward L Apr. 21

Sergeant, William R. . .Apr. 21

Siggins, Michael Apr. 21

Wilson. Charles M Apr. 21

Cartwright. Charles H . Apr. 26

Conner, Frank W Apr. 26

Grant, Ward E Apr. 26

Krueger, Charles J . . . . Apr. 26
MacPherson, Carrie L..Apr. 26

VanFleet, Minnie May 2

Broderick, Timothy J . . . May 4

Chandler, Earl H May 4

Woodman, Charles L. . .May 4

Ekedahl.Olof May 5

Sheibley, Firmer H May 7

Smith, Alfred May 7

Campbell, George May 10

Cooper, John C May 1 1

Dorsey, William May 11

Dozier, William T May 11

Edmonson, Alonzo ... May 1 1

Irwin, Mary B May 11

Jennings, Samuel W. . .May 11

Lewis, John F May 11

McCoy. William M May 11

Major. John I May 1 1

Montgomery. Henry' ... May 11

Polk, William F May 11

Roberts, Frank R May 1 1

Taylor. Willoughby M.May 11
Wickhara, Clarence A. . May 11
Davies, Richard M. . . .May 15

Hartley, Edwin B May 15

Miller. Edward C May 15

O'Haire, William J . . . . May IS

Rice. Willard May 15

Wager, Andrew F May 15

Windes, William N May 15



Name. Bar due.

Finley, Thomas May 17

Brennan, Charles F May 21

Brown. Daniel C May 21

Cretors, Cheney F May 2 1

Gayer, William C May 21

Girdner, Harry .May 21

Heckman, Henry L. . . .May 21

Lowe. George May 21

McConahy, John May 21

Mead, Charles H May 21

Richmond, Vena E. . . .May 21

Stoehr, George P May 2 1

Clark, F. P May 24

Deer, Edgar H May 26

Duncan, Samuel May 26

Earhart, Troy W May 26

Kemp, James May 26

Luther, Arthur T May 26

McClinton, Joseph L. .May 26
McCormick, Joseph . . . May 26

Maney, Frank L May 26

Stewart, Malcolm May 26

Zeiler, Avrum H May 26

Bruner, Jasper H May 31

Julien, Clark May 31

Kane, John H May 31

Payne. Burd F May 31

Walker, Alfred J May 31

Walling, Clifford T May 31

Browne, Frank A June 5

Cocoran, Anthony T. . . .June 5

Cotton, Harold L June S

Gallagher, William P. . .June 5
Harrington, Charles R. .June 5

Lawlor, William A June 5

Tracy, Edmund H June 5

Wood, Stanley W June 6

Slayback, Edward June 8

Chute, Frank E June 9

Clifton. Robert B June 9

Cosgrove, James June 9

Farrow. William E June 9

Kendall, Joshua W June 9

Morley, John F June 9

Nevius. Chester M June 9

Pilson, Frank K June 9

Randall. Ortez G May 9

Underhill, Percy H May 9

Wolverton, David R. . . .May 9

Wuerz, Robert May 9

Young, Thomas H May 9

McLean, Leonard May 13

Wilson, Matthew May 14

Gorham, Frederick L. .May 15

Jury, Frank J May 15

Loulan, James A May 15

Richmond, John May 15

Robinson, R. R May 15

Waldon, Frank K June 15

Burnham, Howard D. .June 20

Darling, George June 20

Derhammer, Peter. . . .June 20

French, Marvin L June 20

Light, Ben F June 20

Needhani, William II . .June 20

Wertz. Harry C June 20

Lambert, Clarence K. .June 21
Buckholdt, Joseph A... June 24
Dawson, George H . . . .June 24
Dickinson, Albert M. . .June 24
McNamara, Gordon G.June 24

Moore, Edward June 24

Smith, Julian C June 24

Tabor, Charles S June 24

Kennedy, Arthur W. . .June 25
Savinien, Francis P. . . .June 27

Grinder, Joseph B June 30

Mackintosh. Joseph. . .June 30

Westburg, John E June 30

Whipple, C. Earl June 30

Phillips. Jack July 2

Deneen. Jack July 4

Sturdivant, Roy H July 4

Whaler, John W July 4

Peterson, Walter July 9

Betterley, William J . . .July 10
Bradney, Madison F. . .July 10

Cook. George H July 10

Gayle, Edmund D July 10



Name. Bar due.

Gilbert, James J July 10

McCormick, Edward B.July 10
Stocchini, Thomas F. . .July 11
Bowlby, Richard F. . . July 12

Carroll, John M July 12

Griley, George L July 13

Alexander, William H. .July 14

Brown, George July 14

Cole, Lvman U July 14

Conley. Richard S July 14

Conley, William H July 14

Hughes, Willam E July 14

James, William M July 14

Nelson, Richard M . . . .July 14

Pulsifer, Chase July 14

Staley, Frank S July 14

Deeds, Edward F July 16

Paris, Joseph July 17

Beard, Frederick S July 19

Brown, Warren J July 19

Cook, Robert W July 19

McLean. William P July 19

Thomas, Trevor July 19

Thompson, Ernest R. . .July 19

Keefe, John H July 20

Payne, Louis W July 21

Dibowski, Charles J . . .July 25

Logan, Orren July 25

Peel, Samuel July 25

Sexton, Charles B July 25

Smith, Leroy July 25

Webster. Lewis July 25

White, James July 25

Allison. Edward H July 30

Bumgardner, Elton M..July 30
Cameron, Charles C . . .July 30

Durand, Louis A July 30

Henkle, Benjamin F. . .July 30

Hunter, Abel A July 30

Persons, Charles L July 30

Kenney, Arthur F Aug. 1

Slater, Arthur A Aug. 2

Brown, Elizabeth C. . . .Aug. 5

Grout, Floid E Aug. 5

Matchette. J. Marion. . .Aug. 5

Palmer, Charles A Aug. 5

Bath. Charles H Aug. 9

Bradley, William E Aug. 9

Miller. John B., Jr Aug. 9

Million, George Aug. 9

Munroe, John K Aug. 9

Newman, Charles J Aug. 9

Sommerville, Robert .... Aug. 9

Sprecken. Harry V Aug. 9

Thompson, Charles W.Aug. 11

Garvin, Patrick J Aug. 13

Heeb, Emil Aug. 13

Kefauver, Lloyd A. . . .Aug. 13
Ramsey, George W. P.Aug. 13

Stanley, James O Aug. 13

Driscoll. Michael J . . . .Aug. 14

Shigley, L. M Aug. 14

Simonson, Charles Aug. 16

Brown, Walter G Aug. 17

Barnes, William I Aug. 18

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