How Good Is Your Memory for Names, News and Faces?
These Pictures Appeared in The Star Last Week. How Well Do You Remember Them and the Incidents They Illustrated? Select the Caption That Properly Accompanies the Picture and Try to Recall the Name of the Individual or Scene
Pictured. Then Check Your Choice Against the Correct Name and Answer That Will Be Found Under “Answers" in Column 2, Page 10.
(a> What they are icearing for
(b) Santa Claus at North Pole.
(c) Banker going South.
(d) Gambler going to Atlanta.
(a) Young society girl.
(b) Princess taking stroll.
(c) Latest child prodigy.
(d) Upside-down-girl recovering.
(a) Modern hitching post.
(b) Nickel parking meter.
(c) Trans-Atlantic passenger.
(d) Young opera singer.
(a) Brave fire laddie.
(b) Famous heavyweight.
(c) Just a painter’s day off.
(d) Champion hitch-hiker.
(a) Claims wealthy son.
(b) Singer bidding good-by.
(c) Just an Easter costume.
(d) Wifq of ball player.
fa) Crying for lost pet.
fb) Slayer of mother.
(c) Survivor of disaster,
fd) Georgia storm victim.
fa) Expert on housework,
fbi Diva on her day off.
(c> Ad for soap powder.
fd> Heroine of plane crash.
Colonial Village House Is Re
production of Washington
The second Silver Star Home of
1936 will be opened for public inspec
tion today at 1810 Sudbury road, the
Tfy? home, a modified reproduction
of Wakefield, birthplace of Washing
ton. was built by Arthur J. Dinger and
furnished by Hutchison's, Inc. Spon
sored by The Star, it is presented by
Edson W. Briggs and will be open to
th° public for 30 days.
The Sudbury road home was given
unanimous indorsement by the Silver
Star Homes Committee, which selects
the houses to receive The Star award.
The committee is headed by James S.
Taylor of the Federal Housing Ad
The living room, on the right of the
hallway, is 22 feet 6 inches by 15 feet
and contains a large fireplace, windows
on two sides and a door leading to a
large rear living porch. The dining
room, to the left of the entrance, is
15 by 13 and is joined in the rear by
a spacious kitchen. The second floor
has three large bed rooms and two
baths. A large recreation room in the
basement, with a fireplace, Is one of
the special features.
The house may be visited between
the hours of 10 a m. and 9 p.m. It
may be reached through Rock Creek I
Park along Beach drive to the north
ern terminus, thence along Plymouth
' street to the ‘'common,” and right on
Sudbury road one block to the home,
or via Sixteenth street to Kalmia road,
thence west on Kalmia road to
PLAN EASTER PRESENT
Good Samaritans to Give Mrs.
A little girl yet to be selected will
present Mrs. Roosevelt with an Easter
basket from the Good Samaritans
after a parade to the White House
tomorrow at 10 a.m.
The Good Samaritans will give their
annual Easter Monday party for
needy children at their home, 638 D
street. Each child will receive an
The parade to the White House will
be headed by the band from the Na
David A. Pine to Speak.
David A. Pine, assistant United
States attorney, will be principal
j speaker at a meeting of the District
Society of Professional Engineers, at
| 8 p.m. Tuesday, in the Raleigh Hotel.
I A report will be made on the pending
bill for the license law for engineers \
AMERICAN AND HOWARD
JOIN RESEARCH GROUP
Project Under U. S. Office of Ed
ucation Participated in by
85 American Universities.
American and Howard Universities
are among 85 in the United States
and Hawaii participating in the Uni
versity Research project sponsored by
the United States Office of Education,
it was announced yesterday.
Several hundred former college
graduates and post-graduate students,
taken from relief rolls, are engaged In
33 research studies of various types.
Twenty-seven colleges have planned to
co-operate in a study* of "Student
Mortality in Institutions of Higher
Education.” and 25 others will engage
in studies of the "Economic Status of
Dr. Bess Goodykoontz. assistant
commissioner of education, is In
charge of the project.
GRIDIRON ELECTS ADAMS
New York Sun Bureau Chief Hare
Becomes Active Member.
Phelps H. Adams, chief of the Wash
ington bureau of the New York Sun,
yesterday was elected an active mem
ber of the Gridiron Club.
Mr. Adams has been in the Wash
ington bureau of the Sun for a num
ber of year* and its head for some
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